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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tHH+ +11 1 H r H H+t BEREA L E TUPPER 1lwGewla ask rhwl + n lass iwrtl rH+Itt IHIIJ+IH VOL VII Fivo cents B copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 80 1U05 One dollar a year NO 24 TAKE NOTICE t The hundredth anniversary of tho birth of William Lloyd GarriHon will ho observed by public exorcises III tho Tuboruncle ut 130 p in on Friday December S The public tin j Invited President BInnchnrd of Whontoi Collego will preach in tho Tnbunm ole Sunday night December 10 null give tho Monday lecture nt 020 tho iioxt morning All nro invited Tho Winter term of Huron Collage opens at SII m of Wednesday Jon nary 3 1000 The now Chapel will be dedicatee on tho first Sunday of tho torm and of tho now year January 7 IDEAS Ingratitude in one of the worst of crimes It is not only nn oflons against the ono to whom gnititndo In elms but it Ia also n crime agaiiiH onoa own soul nod this in tho warm crime of tho two What shall I rentier unto the Lord asks tho Psalmist for all his IxmofitM townrtl moY Ho fiirtU hilt one IIlIlIworIt I will take the cup of miration nod call upon tho name of tho Lord I will pay my votes now in tho presence of nil the eoploM The out who liw no grounds for tliaukfulncrts is ono who has loved self Hilproinoly lie that would mivi his lIfo shall lose it Ho who oats his onke in secret dividing not with hit brother finds blttorixms on hits lips and In lib throat Ho It ill who finds no onuso for thnnkHgiving- Ulosn tho Lord 0 my soul anti forgot not rill his Iwnofltfl to IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Thu Secretary of Agriculture in prodllOtioliStales in ItXKi ronohed tho higher amount aver attained in thin or any other country 0415000000 He also eayp Evorysunset luring the past five yours has registered nn in orooKo of 3400000 In viduo of the farms of this country Tho Jaw of tho United States are culobmting thin week the 2Oth an niversary of the advent of tholr mc into Aiuorlon Dr Rnolow of Louts viii s Qko ela hat 4 b111 l ntlmJl roue for their here and showed how tlmt gratltudo had boon ox prcMed There ore flight grunt problem awaiting solution by tho Fiftyninth Ooa at its ooming nwwlou and President Roosevelts admlulntrntloii anti tho present Congress will be judged largely by wins the latter thus or fails to do tiurlug thofiowiton Thow problems art Rnilmiy rate legislation Fwlortil control of In Hiimnco The Panama Canal Statehood fer tho four remaining Torri tortes Tho German Tariff Tin Santo Domingo treaty The dullest The Reed Sinoot Senatorial contest FROM THE WIDE WORLD A cable dlsjmlch soys that the allied licet has arrived at the island of MityItno Wo are also informed that the horde of departments iu the juuB55esformuch oJtcilfd The nod move is awaited with much interest The Powers have twice meddled when IjnsfHu has nttomptwl to bring ord6r out of the chaos of Turkish affairs nail now it is hoped they will do something themselves The most interesting foreign news this week is from Russia as hnsbcen the case for ocvonil weeks past The men of the flinch Son fleet on nhoro duly have revolted and either killed or Imprisoned their officers Some of the infantry stationed nt Scbusto lot tins gone over to tho mutineers The sailors thus far have comported themselves well but tic city is panic stricken and the inhabitants are fleeing Tho mutiny of the sailors at So buslopal and the revolt of an i ntlro regiment of troops lion created tho greatest alarm in Ruwiiiiu government circles and no attempt is made to disguise tho fioriotiBiiosfl of the situa lion A ctibiiiot meeting linK been railed at St Pctonbiirgh but nothing definite Imo been decided upon News comes from Russian sources that tho Japanese assumption of con trol of Korea was simply n holdup It is claimed that the signatures of tho Emporor and his advisors woro Kccnrjxl h military coercion Our- Gorerifinent however recognizes tho tlu facto government of Korea and will henceforth conduct affairs relat ing to that country through the Japanese legation Tho Americans who settled on tho Isle of Pines in anticipation of that island becoming United States territory are now in revolt They claim they are neglected by Cuba in ovary 1 taxesi MMtrTHE CITIZEN FOR THE DEFENSE Medical Men Gave Testimony In Court Martial Trial of Mid shipman Meriwetlicr i WERE PRESENT AT THE AUTOPSY Medical Director Mutes Said Branchs Death Was Caused by Hemorrhage Under Covering of the liraln Thought It Was Caused By the Victims Head Coming In Sharp Con tact With Some Hard Sub stance Like a Floor Annapolis Md Nov 29The au opal hold last Sunday on the body of the lato Midshipman James 11 Brent Jr bore fruit at Tuesday saorton of the courtmartial which Is trying Midshipman Minor Meriwether on ohargee Inclusive of manslaughter In connection with the death of Mid htpmau Branch after a nIt fight with Mvrtwothor Time days teellmony was given chiefly by medical men who hail been present at tho autopsy and bore upon time quaatlon whether the death of Midshipman Branch resulted from bow of his opponents fists or from hla head striking the floor of tho room In which tho fight was hold Counsel for Midshipman Marl weth er announced that after putting the RcetiBod on tno stand In his own do fBtmo they will close tnolr case Medloal Director Howard E Ames who wont on the stand at the opening of tho afternoon scanlon was not asked oonoornlnjj the details of the au topsy The eaase of Branchs death he said was hemorrhage under the covering of the bruin which ho believ ed both from what ho saw during tho operation and at the autopsy had been OQuHd by Branchs head com ing In sharp contact with some hard substance Nke a floor or a wall The Hospital Record Dr Amos who has recently boon relieved as medical oflleer at the na val academy testified that all oasoa reoelvod at the academy hospital were recorded la a Journal kept for the pur poso and were also reported to tho wperintefident In the morning sick report LAW Cfewupdgr Thomas D Ala grader twtlJt 1Id that he dOM net know of any tatpeetton of Ute hocpHnl jour sal having been made by the authort des Surgeon B D Stokes U S N who U nutating the prosecution crossox mined Dr Ames and the other medi cal wttneMMM offered by the defense pnrttcnlarly wKh regard to the ovl dance that there WM parnlyvis of the left side of Branchs body whereas they Indicated that the probable In jury was on the same side In answer wtlaoM said that Branchs case presented some very unusual features Dr 1 W Olasefarook of Wasjijng ton who Is assisting tho defense as medical advisor and who sew tho au topsy was the test expert witness for tho defense From what ho saw slur fig tho autopsy tho witness was satis fled that the fatal Injuries were duo to Branchs having hit his head against it hard unyielding substance such as a floor or wall and could not have been due to tho brows of fists cncaaed In punching bag gloves AN IMPORTANT TEST What An Eight Inch Armor Piercing Shell Will Do Washington Nov 9What an elghtlnoh armor piercing shell fired at a distance of 1500 yards will do to tho side of an armored cruiser protected by a flvolneh armor plate in a protective deck nearly three Indies thlok was demonstrated by an Important test at the naval proving grounds at Indian Head The shell pierced tho flretueh plate wont through the In clined protective deck and burled itself In the coal bunkers The detailed con ditions under which the test was con ducted pro kept In confidence The result of the tests will be considered at an early meeting of the board of con struction In connection with armor to be supplied to tho now ship- INAUGURATION DAY It Is Recommended That It Be Chang ed To the Last Thursday In April Washington Nov 20Tho last Thursday of April was decided upon at tho meeting of the national committee on the proposed change of Inaugura tion day as the day to recommend to congress for futuro presidential Inau gurations It was decided that no ac tion should be taken on proposing a now date for the assembling of con gress The vote was unanimous The committee having the matter under consideration consists of 15 residents of Washington and tho governors of tho states and territories Gov Lea of Delaware was thb only state executive present Rager To Succeed Holloway Washlrigton Nov 29 Charles Ra get of Cincinnati has been appointed superintendent of the Fifth division of the railway mall service Ho succeeds O T Holloway deceased under whom ho served as ftsslatantsuparintondont WANT EQUAL SUFFRAGE The Austrian People Made An Imperial Demand on the Crown Vienna Nov 29 Tuesday market a now epoch in Austrian history fOr Iho Austrian people throughout the entire land mado known to the crown their Imperial demand for equal suffrage and oven as thin demand was be Ing voiced the crown through Pre mler Baron Uautlch von Frankcntuarti In parliament was assuring the people that Its will would bo done The pre mler promises to bring In by the tat of February a bill providing for a full and free universal equal and direct suffrage The people made known their di mans by a series of monster demoil stratlons In all Important cities arid towns of the country From only onb town Austrolltz aro serious disorders reported Tho troops fired on disor derly demonstrations killing two alt wounding 30 Otherwise tho demon stratlons were characterized by the maintenance of order and dignity THE ISLE OF PINES Secretary of State Root Says That It Belongs To Cuba Washington Nov 29 Sccreta Root has addressed a letter to Charles Raynnrd president of tho American society of the Iso of Pines stating positively that In his judgment thcJ Isle of Pines belongs to Cuba and strongly advising the Americans thef to submit themselves to Cuban law In his letter tho secretary says There is no prdccoduro by which yQu and your associates can lawfully establish a territorial government In that Island The Island is lawfully sub lent to the control and government ql the republic of Cuba and you and your associates are bound to render ob dl once to tho laws of that country ac long as you remain In tho you fall In that obedience IslandiJustly liable to prosecution ban courts and to such may bo provided by the laws of Cuba- for suoh offense on you commit 1 MUTINEERS DEFY ATTACK tj Last Day of Grace Expires and No SIgn of Surrender St Petersburg Nov 2DTho last day of grace accorded the mutineers at Sebastopol has expired with no algni of surrender on the part of the men The hilts towering above the harbor of the Russian stronghold may resound with the roarnt musketry and cannon should tho government attempt to ear ry out IU announced Intention of crushing tho revolt The rebellious sailors apparently have full confidence that the guns of the fleet will not be turned against themWhether General Nepluoff the com mandant of the fortress will dare to stake tho loyalty not only of the troops at his disposal but of the whole army on the coast is however doubt ful CQMBINED FLEET THREATENS A Respite Is Given Until the Evening of November 30 Constantinople Nov 29 During the Balrim festival beginning Tues day and ending the evening of Novem ber 30 the powers fleet will take no further action but If the sultan doos not utilize the Interval to accede to the demands of the powers the fleet will occupy tho Island of Tencdos oft tho coast or Asia Minor Tho porte continues Its efforts to obtain a modification of the financial control scheme FXJ as to make It moro acceptable to Turkish views but was told that no alteration In tho demands of tho powers was possible AN IDENTICAL NOTE Servla Bulgaria and Greece Have Re celved a Warning Nov 29The correspond IIondon Times at Sofia Bulgaria An Identical noto addressed by the AustroHungarian and Russian governments to Servla Bulgaria and Greece was presented here It ex plains tho moUves of tho powers In coercing the porto and warns Sorvla Bulgaria and Greece against stirring up trouble ia Macedonia The note was supported by verbal communica Ions from the representatives of tho other Interested powers NEW YORK BALLOT BOXES Judge Amend Directs That They Be Opened and Ballots Canvassed Now York Nov 29 Judge Amend has Issued formal orders directing tho opening of the ballot boxes used In the recent city elections Tho orders direct tho Inspectors of election to report at the supreme court on Decem ber 1 and recount and canvass the bal lots Tho ballots to be recounted como from the First Second Fourth and Sixth assembly districts Warm Day In Chicago Chicago Nov 29 tfjever since tho establishment of Iho weather bureau has a day BO warm as Tuesday been roiorded In November Tho mercury In tho afternoon reach 68 degrees Early in November 1888 the mercury touched 75 degrees WEALTEIONFA 18 A Synopsis of the Annual Report Secretary of Agriculture 1of James Wilson I FARMERS PRODUCTS AND PROFITS In 1905 It Was 0115000000 the Highest Ever Attained In This or Any Other Country Farms of the Country Have Increased In Value In the Past Five Year To An Aggregate of 6133000000 Washington Nov 27WenILh pro duction on the farms of tho United States In 1005 reached the highest amount over attained in this or any other country J64 16000000 In the first annual report of his third term Secretary of Agriculture Wilson presents an array of figures and statements representing the prod ucts and profits of the farmers of tho country which ho admits dreams of wealth production could hardly equal Besides tho enormous yield of wealth tho secretary estimates that the farms of tho country have Increas od In value during the past five years to a present aggregate of 133000 000 Every sunset during the past five years ho says has registered an Increase I of 3400000 in the value of tho I farms of this country secretaryIbank deposits or oven In the giltedged bonds of private corporations Analyzing the principal crops for the year the secretary says that corn readied Its highest production with 2 708000000 bu a gain of 42000000 over the next lowest year 1899 hay Is second In order of value although cotton held second place during tho two preceding years The hay crop this year Is valued at JGOD000000 Cot ton comes third with a valuation of 676000000 wheat 526000000 oats 282000000 potatoes 138000000 barley 58000000 tobacco 52000 000 sugar cane and sugar beats 00 000000 rice J1380SOOO dairy prod acts 006000X100 an Increase of 54 tOtXOOO over last year The formers hen the secretary companionIoggs try products have climbed to a placo of more than a halt billion dollars In value so the farmers hen competes with wheat for precedence There are more horses and with a larger aggregate value than over before notwithstanding as the secretary says they wore first threatened by the bicycle and later by the suburban trolley and the automobile lie esti mates their value at 1200000000 or nearly as much as tho corn crop and tho valuo of mulos at 262000000 Although mlloh cows are increasing in number and value tho reports states that other cattlo and sheep have for several years been decreas tug There are 17570000 milch cows valued at 482000000 Other cattle aro numbered at 43669000 with a value of 062000000 Swine number 47321000 valued at 283255000 In tho aggregate tho value of farm animals has Increased a few million dollars within tho year and since the census of 190Q have Increased 9 percent Tho report concludes Should there bo no relapse from his present position as a wealth producer three years henco tho farmer will find that the farming element about 35 percent of the population has produced I nn amount of wealth within ten years i equal to onehalt of the entire national wealth produced In three centuries I JOSEPH SMITHS BIRTHPLACE Monument Is Now Being Erected IA To Mark the Spot In Vermont South Royalton Vt Nov 8larticulars of a ceremony held here under the auspices of tho Mormon church wore disclosed hero Junius F Welts a leading resident of Salt Lake City directed tho sealing of a copper cas ket which Is to be placed In a monu ment now being erected to mark tho i birthplace of Joseph Smith tho foun der of the Mormon faith The monu went Is to be placed on a farm situ ated on tho boundary line between the towns between Uoyalton and Sharon Large Families Cause Desertions Chicago Nov 25 According to Lea tor Uodlne superintendent of compul sory education of Cook county there are 18000 desertions every year in Chi cage Largo families Dodlne says are tho cause of wife desertion Centennial Celebration Plttsburg Nov 24Tho centennial celebration of tho Christian church as founded by Alexander Campbell will be celebrated In Plttsburg in October 1909 It is proposed to spend 10000 a year promoting thr event Boer Colony In Texas El Paso Tex Nov 26Gen B J Vlljoen Is here negotiating for land near El Paso on which to found an other colony for the Doers who recent ly abandoned their homes in Chihua I hua Mex lfil 1111II H II 1 II 1 II Ii 1 IIIII J J + + eae +1 C- JJQQMAw 4 WMMrW taaueoarrrMnA- rt I 410rIM- Aura JJPIill1J A SUKPIUS JOOOO + c eirvrt3Nov 16 05 J f e b 1 t YOU DESIRE b 4 1IFmarK in this world or in your old age + tyou must save part of your earnings f There io no dishonor in true oco- nIamy in fact it io next to criminal a spend all you earn when others fto dependent upon you Begin now to save your money We shall be glad to t 1Yoursverytru1 b Cashier t 0 t f t +t t t +++++ ++ 4 4 + t- j i How is This j K COIUKK with DANim DRISCOK I1RO cu Importer eel Wholesaler In shy nook Notion and rurnlnbhtftv- Knoxvm TennrMe- cRroadhanil Kv Nov 8 1005 S E Wolch Jr nor nt Ky Dear Friend Enclosed find my check for 1800 for snit ot clothes Tell Mr Gay it mis tho bust fit I over hull I will remember him when I want another suit Thanking you for past fnvpra I remain Your friend J H COLLIER All in need of first class Suits and Over Coats can be pleased like Mr Collier by geting their clothing of them that have had experience together with the best line of work in 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toe murnlng the Grand Army marches out to tight for breed here is many a wounded soldier many a bruised and bleeding head There is many many a marcher who would Gladly run away To be henceforth tree tom going weak and weaty to the troy There are trr that ever hrTho sweet accent of a oheer there are many that lie iMileeteM at the closing of the day Wo flag are waved above It as the Army marches put There is no clinkclank of sabers and no bugles shrllllnar blast Tro lioldlera wear no trappings made to dale and to thrill And they hoar no sltout of Bravo for their courage or their skill As the great Grand Army cornea There tsno loud of drums ffo applaudlrlff ylnois soldiers do not march I ITn the morning tho Grand Army with Us boy recruits In line starches bravely out to duty In the fltld and mill and mine docs to give Its country glory goes to make It peat and stronG Goes to build the walla and bridges gobs to labor hard and long Through the snow and through the rain Torn with woe and racked with pain Forth the soldiers march to battle hope less or with hope and song There wit be no honors waling there will be no grand review for the soldiers who go trudging whero the folds are damp with dew tor the ones whoso feet aro wearing the hard pavements thin nor thoso Who go down the shafts through darkness to meet stealthy formless foes For the war will never cease And there never ono be peace For the weathcr staIned battalions till the angers trumpet Mows Xu the morning the Grand Array bravely marches forth to tight Por the love of little children for the I sake of doing right For the bridges and the passes so that Progress may push on ATid theres many R wounded soldier many a weary one and wan Whom a cheer would strengthen so Cut unoheered wo let them so ITor they merely march to labor and have no fine weapons drawn M5 J3 Baser In Chicago RecordHerald Dri and I By liVING BACHELLER Author NEbos HoUsn Darrel cl tin BteMCd Istea Etc Oopjriffbt inbrtothtvp rabUttOc CelDp CHAPTER XVIII CoXTixinsp A thought came lying through my Train with iho sting of an arrow She must not be deceived I have not any noble blood In me I am only the son of a soldierfarmer and have my fortune to make said I quickly That Is only a little folly sho anv betor poor or cares not a snap of her finger del- Is she not a republican has sho not I money enough Nevertheless I beg you to say In your letter that I have nothing but my word and my honor As we rode along I noted In my book the place and time we were to meet the cajitivae The marquis joined us ttt the Hermitage where a stableboy watered our horses Three servants t were still there tho others being now In the counts service It any place give me a days happi ness It la dear to me and the whero t find love Is forover sacred I like to Bland where I stood thinking of It and there I ace that those dear moments are as much a part of me as of history 00 while Thereto and the marquis got ort their horses for a little parley with tho gardener I cantered up tho north trail to where I sat awhile that de Ughtful summer day with Louise Tho grotto had now a lattice roofing of bare branches Leaves as red as her blush Its golden as my memories came rat flag through It falling with a saint rustle The big Wpods were as a gloomy and deserted mansion with tho lonely cry of thejfflnd above and a ghostly rustle wherrf had been love and song and laughter and all de tight CHAPTER XIX Dri and r fat tho chateau that aft ernoon up In the red tavern at Morrlstown about dusk My companion rode away proudly the medal dangling at his waistcoat lapeL Jerushy Janel said he presently as ho pulled rein Aint again V hey thet floppjn there so meks me feel luk a bird Dont seem nohow natraL Wha d ye sposo ho gin mo thet air thing for He was putting It away carefully In his wallet As a token of respect for your bravery said I His laughter roared in the otlll woods making niy horse lift and snort a little It was never an easy job to break any horse to Dds laughter Its reediclous saId he thought fully in a moment Why M Cause fer the reason why they dnnt no man deserve nutbln for doln what he d orter ho answered with a serious and dcteralaed took You did well said I and deserve anything you can get Done my damdentl said he But I did nt do nuthln but git licked Got phot an tore an slammed all over thet air deck an could nt do no barm t nobody Joe luk a hoes tied u the stall an a lot o men whalln 1m an a lot more tryn t scare Im t death Wha d1 ye Bpose thet air things Made ur he Inquired after a little ypu i Silver said I Pure ellvorr Undoubtedly was my answer Judas Priest said ho taking out his wallet again to look at the trophy Thot air mus be wuth suthln Moro than n years salary said I Ho looked up at me with n sharp whistle of surprise Aiu no groat hand far scch fiummy dlddles said be as he put tho modal awayIts n badge of honor said L It shows you ro a bravo man Got nough on em said DrL This ore rip u the foreheads bout all the badge t need Its from tho emperor tho great Napoleon I said Its a mark of his pleasureWall by Judas Priest said Dri I would nt jump over a stump or a stun wall t pleaso no empror an I would nt cut oft my leetlo finger fer nliull bushel basket o thorn all I haint afightln fer no honor What then said I Ills taco turned very sober Ho pursed his lips and spat across the ditch then gave his mouth a wipe and glanced thoughtfully at tho sky Fer liberty said ho with decision Samo thing my father died for Not to this day havo I forgotten It tho answer of old Dri or the look of him as ho spoke I was only a reckless youth fighting for tho lovo of peril and adventure and with too little thought of the high purposes of my country Tho causes of the war were familiar to me that proclamation of Mr Madi son had been discussed freely In our home and I had felt somo share in the Indignation of Drl and my father This feeling had not been allayed by the bloody scenes in which I had had a part Now I began to feel the great passion of the people and was put to shamo for a moment Libertythat is a grand thing to fight for said I after a brief pause Swap my blood any tlmo for thet air said Dri I can fight sassy but not fer no king but God Amlghty Dont pay t git all tore up loss It s fer suthln purty middlln vullyble My life aint wuth much but yo seo I haint nuthln else Wo rode awhilo in sober thought hearing onlya sough of tho wind above and tho rustling hoofbeat of our horses In tho rich harvest of the au tumn woods Wo wero walking slowly over a stretch of bare moss when at a sharp turn wo came suddenly Insight of a hugo bear that sat facing us I drew my pistol as we pulled rein firing quickly The bear ran away into the brush as I fired another shot lies hit said Drl leaping off and bidding me hold the bit Then with a long strldo he ran after the fleeing bear I had been waiting near half an hour when Dri camo back slowly with a downhearted look T ate no use said ho Cant never glt thet bear 11os got a flesh wound high up In his bin quarters an he s travellln fast Ho took a fresh chow of tobacco and mounted Ills horse Terrible pity ho exclaimed shak ing his head with somo trace of lingering sorrow Ray said he soberly after a little silence when yo see a bear lookln your way ef ye want Im always shute at the end thets toward yeThere was no bettor beerhunter In the north woods than Dri and to lose a hear was for him no light affliction Cant never break n boars neck by shutln im in the bin quarters he remarked I made no answer Might jest os well spit nis face ho added presently Jest eggzacly This apt and forceful advice calmed a lingering sense of duty and ho rode on awhile In silence The woods were glooming In tho early dusk when he spoke again Something revived his contempt of my education Ho had been trailing after me and suddenly 1 felt his knee Tell ye this Ray said he In a kindly tone Ef yo wan t git a bear got t mux im up a leetlo forard right up n tho neighborhood uv Is focsle pont dew no good t shute Is hams lIght os well try t choke 1m f death by pinchln is tall We wero out In tho open Roofs and smoking chimneys were silhouet ted on the sky and halfway up a hill wo could son the candlelights of tha red tavern There in the bar before blazing logs In a great fireplace for the evening had como chilly a table was laid for us and we sat down with hearty happiness to tankards of old ale and a smoking haunch I have never drunk or eaten with a better relish Thero were half a dozen or so sitting about the bar and all ears were for news of the nrmy and nil hands for our help If we asked for moro potatoes or ale halt of them roso to proclaim It Between pipes of Virginia tobacco and old sledge and songs of lovo and daring Wft had a memorable night When we went to our room near 12 oclock I told Dri of our dear friends who all day had been much In my thought i Wits tho letter writ by her ho in quired Not a doubt of It Then It s all right said he A likely pair o gals them airno mis take But I hlnk they made mo ties the boar I answered lay said Dri soberly when ycr shutin a bear cf yo want tai dont never think o mitliin but tho bear Then after a moments pause ho add ed Wont never boy no luck klllln a bear nt ye don quit dwcllin EO on them air gals I thanked him with c smile and asked if ho know Eagle Island Don all over It half a dozen times said ho T ale no more n 20 rod from the Ynnltre shore thet air island aint We cul p5ce there In a day from our COY that was the way wo planned IAnd by canoe from our landing for the hour at Paloyvllle a village opposite the islnnd We would hire n team there and con vey the party by wagon to Doraynvlllo- Wo were off nt daybreak and Rolng over the hula nt n Hvtlr tnllop Cross tug to Caraway pike m tho Cedar meadows an hour later wo stAmpOl1edI a lot of moose Ono of a bull ran ahead of us roaring with fright hIs antlers rattling upon bush and bough his black boll hanging to tho ferntops Don never wan t hey w trgyiuent with ono o them nlr haps loss ye know purty nigh how ta com In out said Dri Alwus want a gun OB well es a party middlln oaaaroful nine on your side Then ye ro apt t need n troo tow fore yo Sit through with It After n moments pause ho added Got t bo a joemlgtityful stout tree or ho 11 shako ye out uv It luk a ripe ap ple They always bavo tho negative side of tho question I said Dont be liovo they d over chaso a man if hed let em atone Yis slreo they would was Dris answer I vo bed em coma right efter mo fora ever I cud lift a gun Yo see they re jest cs curus bout a man cs a man Is bout them Et they cant smell Mm they ro terrible curus Jes wan t see what s Inside uv 1m an what kfnd uv a smellln critter ho Is Dunno os they wan t dew Im any pcrtlclar harm Jes wan t mux 1m over a Iwttle but they dow It awful careless an he aint never fit t be seen no more Ho snickered faintly as ho spoke An they dont nobody see much uv im otter thet author he added with n smile I member onco a big bull tried t find out the kind o works I had In me- T wan no moose jest a common or dnary thrcoyearol bull Hurt you t I queried No t hurt Im sold he soberly Spllt 1m es ye might say Could nt never boor the sight uv n man otter thet Seem so ho did nt think ho win fit t1 bo seen Nobody cud over tit n a mld o th poor cuss lied t be shot Vhat happened T lied u stout club n my band said he Got holt uv is tall an begun awhalin uv 1m Run Mm down a sleep hill an passln a tree I tuk ono side an fie t other We parted hero for tho las time Ho looked off at tho sky a moment Then camo his Inevitable addendum which was I hed a dam sight moro tall an ho did bats sartin About ten oclock we came in sight of our rid home Then wo hurried our horses and came up to tho door with a rush A stranger met us there Are you Capt Bell said he as I got off my horse I nodded I am ono of your fathers tenants he went on Ride over the ridge yon dot about half a mile and you will sco his house I looked at Dri and ha at me lIe had grown pale suddenly and I felt my own surprise turning Into alarmAre they well I queried Very well and looking for you said he smiling We wore up In our saddle dashing out of the yard in a jiffy Beyond the ridge a wide mile of smooth country sloped to the river margin Just ort the road a great house lay long and low in fair acres Its gables were rOIl roofed its walls of graystono half hid den by lofty hedges of cedar We stopped our horses looking ort to the distant woods on each side of us Cant be said Dri soberly his eyes squinting In the sunlight Wonder where they live I re markedAll looks mighty curus said he T aln no way natral Lets go In there and ask I lug gusted We turned In at the big gate and rode silently over a driveway of smooth gravel to the door In a moment I heard my fathers hearty hello and then my mother came out In a better gown than ever I had seen her wear I was out of the saddle and she In my arms before a word was spoken My father hardy old Yankee scolded the stamping horse while I knew well ho was only upbraiding his own weak ness Come Ray come Darlno said my mother as sho wiped her eyes I will show you tho new house A man took the hones nnd we all followed her Into the splendid halt while I was filled with wonder and a mighty longing for the old home CHAPTER XX It was a fine housethat in which I spent many happy years back In my young manhood Not Indeed so elegant and so large as this where I am now writing but comfortable To me then it had an atmosphere of romance and some look of grandeur Well in those days I had neither a sated eye nor gout nor judgment of good wIno It was I who gave It the namo of Fair acres that day when coming out of tho war wo felt its peace and comfort for tho first time and dumfounded with surprise heard my mother tell the story of It My grandfather said shr was tho Chevalier Ramon Ducct de Trou vllle a bravo and gallant man who for no good reason disinherited my lather The property went to my uncle the only other child of tho chevalier and be as I have told you wrote many kind letters to me nnd sent each year a email gift of money Well he died before the warit was In Marchand having no children loft half his fortune to me You Itamou will remember that long before you went away to the war a stranger came to see me one daya stout man white hair and dark eyes Do williJ remember Will i did not tell then because I was nnnMe to Me i that ho camo to bring the goof Iowa But ho camo again after you irit us and brought mo money n draft on 1e count For us It was a very largo aim Indeed You know wo have aluayj been so poor and wo know that when tho war was over there would be moro and aplenty coming So what wore we to dol Wo will build a home said I We willI enjoy life as mud as possible Wo will surprise Raic o When he returns from the war he tall ace It and bo very happy Tho architect came with the builders and volla the house is ready and you are hero and after so long it is bettor than a fortune to see you I thought you would never come She covered her face a moment while my father roso abruptly and loft the room I kissed tho dear hands that long since had given to heavy toll their beauty and shapeliness But enough of this for after all It Is neither hero nor there Quick and unexpected fortune camo to many a pioneer as It camo to my mother by inheritance as ono may see if ho look only at tho records of ono ourt of claimsthat of tho British I Before long you may with to mam said my mother as sho looked up at mo proudly and you will not bo ashamed to bring your wlfo here I I vowed then and there 1 should make my own fortune I had Yankee enough in mo for thatbut as will be seen the wealth of heart an1 purse my mother had helped In tho shaping of my destiny In splto of my feeling I know it began quickly to hasten the lifecurrents that bore me on And I say in tender remembrance of those very dear to me I had never a more delightful time than when I SIlt by the new fireside with all my clopIts num lair as yet undlmlnished or went roistering in wood or field with the younger children I The day came when Drl and I wort to meet the ladles We started ostt- hat morning of the ISth Long bofor daylight wo wore moving rapidly downriver In our canoes- I remember seeing a light flash up and die away In tho moonlit mist ol tho river soon after starting The boogy light Dri whispered I There t goes ngln I had hoard tho river folk toll oCtet of this weird thing ono of the odd phenomena of the St Lawrence Comes alwus whoro folks hey been drownded said Dri That air i what I ve beam till It was indeed tho accepted theory ol the fishermen albeit many saw In the boogy light a warning to mark the place of forgotten murder and bore away Tho sun came vp to a clear sky and soon far asri wine Ms light wee toss ing in the rippletops Wo cowl l set thorn glowing miles away Wo were both armed with saber and pistols for that river was the very highway of ad venture In those days of the war Don lee like this kind uv a bras said Dri Got t keep whalln Mm all tho while an he s apt t slobber o rough goln Ho looked thoughtfully at the sun a breath and then trimmed his remark with these words Aint eggsacly surefooted nuther Dont require much feed though I suggestedNo t dew all the eaten but yo eon alwae eat nough fer both fTo Ire Ceatlauedy A Oood Answer The lato Mayor MoLnne said ft Baltimorean told mo last year of an occurrence that had befallen a well jAcalled on this man and risked for a pass to a certain distant point The official said with a severe air I You havo been working for ui for some time havent ouT Yes said tho employe You have always been paid reg ularly Yes sir Well now suppose you were work- Ing for a farmer Would you have the nerve to ask this farmer tp harness up his horses and drive you a long distance into the country No said tho employe I wouldnt But if tho farmer had his horses al ready harnessed and was going mj way Id call him a pretty mean fellow If he refused to give me a lift N Y Tribune NnbttltaU tot the Slick A story Is told of tho fouryearold Prince Knut eon of Prince Christian of Denmark Recently a dispute aroso between his nurse and himself I the cause of the dispute being whether ho should or should not take a bath The arguments terminated in a spongd being thrown in the nurses face and the royal manta being sent for In hot haste She decided that Knut was tho wrong and sent him himself InI fetch the cane with which she beat him Ho departed and after some time ho came back again I cant find the stick he said politely but here are two stones that you can throw at moSt James Gazette Wrong Indeed Really now said tho diner ti the waiter right down in your heart I dont you bollevo this tipping system la all wrong Indeed I dot replied the waiter with fooling that fellow at the next table to mlno has made 2 today nod Ive only made 20 oeutaYonkers Statesman InllkeIIcr- She Ho had tho Impertinence to say I was just IJko a phonograph because I tell everything thato told to me He Ridiculous Of course it IB Yes because a phonograph always tells It straight PlillAdeljhU Press Nehemiah Rebuilds Walls of Jerusalem Sunday School lesson for Dec 31905 Spec ay Prepared Ice Tklt roper IKBSOK TBXTNeliemtah 4J Mem err verses if to UOLUKN TEXT Watch and pray Malt aiT- 1y1UAfter hie four month Journey to Jerusalem Nthemlah spent three day examining the conditions In the city and following this d days were sped In repair Ins the wal- llIACRShllihan Rod Jerumlcm- SrniPTUKB 11EPBIUSNCK8 The Mind to W fkThe Tabernacle Kx 1612t Se 9611 Heieklah 2 Chron 2910 21 211 ir Joilati 2 Chron 81115 sea Xenib babel JSxra 11 In the New Testament Mark 124l44i Cor 812 IGD The Leaders LeadlagTabernaole Kx M17 Ss Num T Bolornen Temple 1 Chron S29 S Chron Jt IJeueklnh i Chron S9 G S4 Josiah t Chron S17 JD U ISiMl Paul Item fS sa t Car 41 In Bplte of Qppoiltlon from Sneers and nidlcuiJoirph Gn 1719 SO David 1 Sam 17S etc 1 Sam 5 68 Christ Matt 118457 Mark 161610 Luke MM Dli clples Acts SMll From Slander David 2 Sam ttOJeremiah Jer 171111 2214 Jews Kalher 11 Christ Matt 114 2619 Stephen Acts 61116 Paul Act 24 61 From Dlsoournem nt Israel In Hgypt Ex 61622 Israel In the wilderness Num lSI Ht Elijah 1 Klttcs 194It Comment nnd Suggestive Thought- V 7 Sanballat Tho leader of the Samaritan community To blah An Ammonite Tho Arabians Arabs of the desert AihdodltM Philistines from Ashdod a city on the Mediterranean coast All thew natural foes of one another united for the pvrpoee of attacking the Jews When any good work Is undertaken Satans alllov for the time unite to ro slat It V 8 Conspired Moaning to breathe together as singer may be said to breathe In unison It Is tho word used for any secret treachery To ooze and tight They arranged to make an attack upon the oily To hinder It Rev Von cause con fusion therein To terrify the timid and discourage those already dlfaf footed V 9 Made our prayer set s watch Work and prayer reunited as the blades of n pair of Bofefor WatehfulneM wlUtwt prayer is presumption and prayor without watchfulness Is mockery lnwause of thorn Rather over Bfiatnst them Opposite to the point at whloh attack was looked for V 10 NeUeinlah enumerate his three SOWOM of dlsooHragniMnt 1 Workers became weary sail ittohtwrt ened or were In secret sympathy with the enemy v 10 2 The enemy boasted threatened and planned to surprise them v 11 3 Jews of nelcliborlng towns oame repeatedly with bales of the plots of tile enemy and trWd to draw away their townsmen who were assisting V II V 11 Our adversaries sail eta The plan of the adversaries seems to have been to watch and surprise rath er than to make an open attack V 12 Which dwelt sold Those Jews who resided In neighbor fag towns came repeatedly to tell workers In Jerusalem of tlte threats and plans of the enemy and to ox hort their flow lownstnen to return for tIM protection of their own homel- Y 12 Therefore So maR dif ficulties beI t Nekemlah that ho WAS compelled In part to suspend his building operations and now showed hla ability as a general In preparing for defense V H Looked Inspected the guards lloio up Stood to order tho force as ho saw tho enemy ap- proachIng Ilemember the Lords Nehemiah would have his people rely wholly upon Cod and for tho present occasion the thought that Ood Is great and terrible to His foes and tho toes of JIll people would boa moat stimulating one V 15 When our enemies heard etc The enemies flatting themselves unable to take tho city unawares zoomed for a tlmo to abandon their purpose God had brought their counsel to naught Vln aro the counsels of those who plot against God Ps 214 V 10 My servants Tho goy ernors bodyguard which probably consisted of a largo company of slaves ho had brought from Hugo V 18 Sword girded by his side This wcap a was used for fighting an enemy at close range and could be borne at UHf side and yet not hInder the work of tho builders V 19 Nobles and rulers He seems to have given places of prowl nence to recognised leadcrgomong the people and to have endeavored toarouse the patriotism and keep up the energy of those that might uncourago their followersV In what place resort thither The agreement was that when the trumpet should be heard work was to atop immediately and all gather to the point whence It sound ed prepared for battle A Divine promise was connected with the use of tho trumpet In battle Num 109 Its blast therefore reminded the com batand that Clod was with them Practical Points V S Not all tho forcer of earth and bell can overthrow rhat God up ltoIraPa 2H V 0 Spiritual vlglluieo must M exercised at tho points most liable to the attacks of the ouomy1a 1413 V 10 Cod cnn chow Ills power marl strength when men realize their vcakn j8B lia 4029 V 11 Till Christian lite in tills world must bo a coaselwrf warfare against evil Ho must fight for him self and otllsl Tim 612 V 15 oil calls each of His chit dren to spcdal work Matt 2128 Sacred Fishing Nets To rpprrduia the dignity or the net makers profession ono noble to know tho sarrdncaa of tin flatting net and tho protection which the law affords At Jloucifcxlcr they used to itmriintlno a town stricken with smallpox by placing lulling nets about It for tho local penalty for disturbing the nets was BO great that no one dared to break through Raffle for Hoirs One of the oddest wllla was ono re cently executed by which tho twtnte or W II MalmvnrlnK of Carlton Vicitorte was divided Into MX equal shares Tho six children of the testator drew from a hex envelopes containing Hum hers oorrcupondlng to these portions and each accepted without question that portion assigned by chance Copper In China It IB said that there are 10000 tons of copper In SlianRhnl not removnrt from tho Importers grounds by the Chlneso governmental reprcfontntlvev because of a decrease In tho demand for tho copper or brass 10 rash or 1cent piece for tho colnnsn of which this copper was purchased IDOlton Library Hooks annual report of the llo4on public library recently Is sued It U slated that 42Bn hooks tern added by rlft purohnio or oth orwls tail year sail 007 volumes of HnBllsJi pnwa nation worn received for oxamlMiUon and carefully could arid IThe Blueberries In Norman 4 blueberry cwnnJriR taetor Inland Point Vt has just shut loan attar waning 300000 aplleni of prod net Over 1MOMO pounds of heroes have been used and seven rmloadi of lumber were required to box the eode for shipment I URoaited Being RefereeiFirst Boy Where1 dat kid dat wuz going tar referee do football game fer us iltn afternoon B+etd liorlle jest got run over by an HHtersjMMl and six ribs broken Gee tat dat kid Is Iu ky1Ufe Pretrct Quails Qtmlls are now se MJiro la Harop Uml both VrntM slid Ownway have tirehlMteH tile killing of tWe birds even the transport of dead quails j Revise their fl8CUvO torritorUs be 1n1 lorbkMc l 1 AH Ides of Men Bom men dout know much until they are M remarked the Observer of ftvwMs and Things cad torn they often fonptt what little they did know oaken Statesman In France IBoeaem to wan tatce twigs are oarefuliy jntherwl by tile fagot waVert whose bunches retail In town mod city for l five oenU splice IY Ftuneh Prisons of prisons slww that 12 IIHtn to one women are imprisoned In this country In Franoe the propor lea Is Ave to one IleJB Buislan Poor Witt in oammtraoratlen of UM successful mission of hir DHI band has given 6000 to the poor of SL Petwatarg ISlavery Under England exists in Drltlth East AtrlM the Kngllsh government bar tog refuted to abolish its legal status MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov ItiCATTLE Common 12 75 6 I 76tHeavy steers 4 C5 ff t fUUVKS Kxtra 800 I IIOOS Ob packers 4 85 04 W Mixed packers 4 80 tD f M- 8HKKP Extra 4 05 to c 16 IAMN8 Extra 7 35 O 74l e KLOUU flprinr pat B 15 tf G 4- UWHEATNo 2 red 88VJO Uy No 3 red 0 85V CORNNo s mixed 4t No 3 white 0- OATSNo U 2 mixed 0 U HVBNo 3 72 PI4HAY Ch timothy 013 75- rOUK MOM OIC 10 IAIH Steam l 3fl DUTTBllCh dAiry W 15 Choice creamery 0 2 v- APPLESCholeo 3 00 0 4 25 IOTATOEStor bbl 2 00 QD 2 25 gOOldI GIllDAQ- OFIOUU Vlnlor Mt C 10 fl G 20 5NoCOHN No 2 mixed Q 4ft OATSNo 2 wised lI 29I- HYIS No 2 tT 67 IOUK MOM 1815 13 GO IMUD Stoam 7 00 7 QZY I New Yor- k1rL01ItWin rtrtg 8 OS Qi 4 10 WIIHATNO a rmi it 01 COlNNo 2 mh C7Vfc OATS No 2 w8 UYB Weatorn ItI 76 VOUIC MoflN iG U- 0IAItiihrate 7 GI Daltlinor- eWltlUT No 2 rod 81 x dp 84 V OATS No 2 mixed C 64 J7- CATTM Stcors 4 00 W 4 C- OSHOnP No 1 2 00 Cf t 50 Louisville WIWAT No 2 rod 41 01 IIJ COIIN No 2 rnlxod- OATK 65 J No 2 mixed 31kj 3J- 1OJUC MOM 12 EO LAUD Steam G1 7 CO i Indianapolis- WIIKVT No 2 red W 88 COIlNNo 2 mixed 0 48 OATS No 2 mixed 0 29j p I I BereaTeachers I Club jUlDKEM ALL ron LKnEIIItC D swag t- otH+ iIiii i I I t M 111111 n MAT WOOD KT Nov 27 1005 Dear B T C Members dnyJIspend most of tho day in Iho spool room wo should plan to have it as possibleWith wo can mnko our blackboard thing of beauty For this month I have n border of chrysaulhomtiniN with drawings of pumpkins und Pilgrims With those and u drawing ofn ship Plymouth rock and some good pictures of Indians wo can easily explain Thanks giving to the little folks I began my school late but tho attendance Is better than it has boon for years I have enrolled thirty nnd tho average nltendunco Is twenty ono I would be glad ifall that I have enrolled could come nil the time but ns twenty of the thirty are boys they have to stay ut homo to workNow thud the corn is in tho cribs the Attendance should bo hotter I have enjoyed reading the loiters of tho D T C members and think that wo should write enough to fill one column each week With best wishes to B T C mom bers FANNY HATIIULU Each one of Miss Hatflelds old teachers I nm sure will say when they rend this Did I do something toward inspiring her to tills good work fit If one can feel that tho answer is yes it is one of tho teaohorH richest rewardsThe following is nti extract front a personal loiter received front Miss Adklns out lu her now Washington house Dear Professor I am teaching near our home have eleven scholar and have taught sever weeks This is a flue place for those who mire socking n fortune but for the I pleasure seekers it Is n hud phicu For me I had rather be iu Kentucky and of course I dont mean to stay here long how Is Normal this your und Borcn In general It would bo the pleasure of my life to come to Bureu this winter but I aunt come so will you remember me to nil tho people A Thnuitlit iron Illil hones About eighteen hundred yours ago there lived a non in home uumed Quintillnn He was n grind toochor of Hhetorio nod wrote n number of hook on Education In reading Homo of these hooks one will be greatly surprised to loom that BO long ago n few men hud ns good ideas ou this subject in mutiny nays an wo have today As nti example Quintilian says No one huts the right to bo called u teacher who Is not careful about little things The difference between now und 1thou is that today thousands of peo see time truth of this statement and nru acting upon it to one who taw it and noted upon it then This is the way society progresses Grout thinkers of nil Iliac had many great thoughts but those thoughts only made tho world bettor ns they wore known believed and lived out by the masse Now my dear follow teachers your greatest duty to the world in gnernl and to your own neighborhood is to get Homo of these great idols and take them to time boys and girls fathers nail mothers whoso lives you touch during your six mouths work in the school room And there is no bettor Idea to begin with and none of moro importance than this one quoted from lit cartful about little thing You can do that every hour while if you wait for a groat thing in which to be careful you will not Ito able to do it when it comes Ask Your- OwnDocEor If lie tells you tp take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that But we know what he will say for doctors have used this cough medicine over 60 years I hart as4 ATerr Chlrrf reetoratkr hard coldI bad eouxni and Inauen Illsdone and I believe II Ii the- Ixe1 cough medicine lu the world for air throat and tang troubles ELI U BTUAItr Albany Or foo IAMM by J O Ay rCoLowItMacsAlao BaoafiMturara of ors SARSAPAB1LLA PILLS fAiR VIGOR Keep tho bowels open with one of Ayers pills at bedtime Just one I I Itttneinber thnt every word you say every net you perform every lesson you assign or hear is a little thing in which you must be careful if you ore to bo worthy of tho name of teacher Also every question your pupils answer every sentence they road every problem they solve ia n little thing which is making the man or tho woman of time future Caw less thoughtless heartless work of the Itll do lanai will stake nu Itll do man or woman nud such persons are tho curco of the world the mud hanging to the wheels of progress which makes tho world mvoe onward slowly slowly Just think of it Youlhnvo the chance usury hour every miuute al most that you spend iu the school room to bless tho world by giving it people trained to be careful in little things Will you fall forjlackof effort and thought f Forgot how fast you are going through the hooks how many are finished Print upon yonrblack board the wulloC your room time heart of every pupil Quintilinna statement mule a little broader No one in worthy of being called n man who is not careful iu little timings The following books would make a lieu beginning for n school library Little Men nUll Little Women by Misa Alcott Birds Christmas Carol by Wiggins King of Golden Itiver by Ruskin Aosops Fables Conquer ing Siiccfsuby Matthews Heal things In Nuturo by Ilolden I will give other wits later Tho list price of the seven books is 100 To blab members thoro will be n discount limit I cannot say this week just what It will he Tulkrd Just Ilko M Inn MlM Iloronco Slarryav the novelist daughter of Catalu Marryat had seine inuiuiDrUnu of her own tile felluwliiff niuwloto Is told by William Dowiwy Ilcrew a Jotter from 11 IIi once Marryat sold Mr finaley time pnhlbihiir to mo ono inornlug She wants mo to buy a now threw Volume vowel from her If Pin out of the way when the 1dla you eau talk to her 1 nuliwl how I was to recognlzw her Youll rettngnteo her oit y enough said Mr UliiNloy Sims to a tall striking looking vminnn and shell talk to you just like n watt A few days later a tall lAdy called 1 fumHod she might Iw Miss Maroot She looked Hroimd the elflfe and then mldruailng me sill MM MM Hill Inr To tbta I rcpttwl that Mr Tlncley wan not In l mM t di uitlhlMg for Iiirr 1 turret MV lllll lilmflulf sho MUI Trot the oM UiiHiHlor 1 called Voure MlM Marryatr I ventured ViM lilt step How time dlukuim do ywi ktww Im Miss MurryatT I never ww you l efor e ofICnIRhbThe anon Time swonl of a nolile knight was inwtkHHiil ahaest an oftan IIM hlmnulf In the MHIW of tho truubadouro of the middle ages In the olden time tide trusty weapon nw named nnd person ified tie HKXHHplbtWiiie eouuIleiMi toil Hunt dfMlic In the proverbs of all na I UIt Is upttkufi of with rcvereneo Suit trust It represents the rank and re HOWH time licwlHtn suit honor lime glory and gwatinws of nation In time lnst Quo of limo first WIllI 10118 wade by man It Ixxtuno his most tni ortant urn and auxiliary of warfare It has always been the TMblo lmdgt of birth univnry I and frecilom To surrender It was to i admit ilvfoot and dlxgracc 8u long has It been time ronaimit comianlon of rank and valor that It has ncqnlrvd a dignity of Its own Like no other weapon It bra n imflllty entirely distinct from Its ltlliIalone In ooMldorod adequate to confer kulglilhiHxl The llnimnii Time iiroulhltlonlst looks ou with tae ror for It does not mix with nlcohol and some Ulluk time habitual use blunts tho longing for firewater Thus Cap tain laron of the Bngll hWest In dlan line says that since his seamen und stokers line been allowed to help themselves freely to tho cargo of ba nanas they have not wished so much rum There la n trace of copper In tho banana smith deep thinkers believe this Is beneficial to tho human clockwork The taste for time banana Is not acv I quired As Mr CrlcbtonUrownc ex claims lu R burst of Clccronlc elo I quence An appreciation of it la lot reached through slow stages of dimin ishing repulsion but como at tho mo meat of tint Introduction Tho Infant absorbs It greedily children devour U walk delight the adult does not despise It and the edentulous octoge narian blesses Its agreeable tender nesa Iloston Herald Earthquakes Knrthqnnke generally do their work with great rapidity but there are ex ceptions While Caracas and Lisbon wore destroyed In a few minutes tho Calabrhm earthquakes beginning In 1783 lasted four years Earthquakes travel across the earth nt velocities varying between several hundred amid several thousand feet n second tho greater tho Intensity of tho shock tho greater being tho velocity The sea waves that frequently accompany earthquakes also travel at tremendous speeds A submarine earthquake near tho coast of Japan In 1854 gave rise to sea waves which traversed the wholo breadth of tho Pacific at the rate of 370 tulles an hour At Slmodn Japan tlie waves from this earthquake were thirty feet high At San Diego Cal they were only six tactics high Iloonerelta Mothcfn lloinr President Iloosevclfs southern trip drew attention to the fret hut as ho once expressed It ho Is hoar niith crner himself Ills mother was Mar thn Ilullodi of Itosw ell Ja Tlio pie tort shows her old home a tttutely maiiHioii of the colonial type bunt by her father F P liulloch In isrl It was here she was married in 1855 Itoswell Is a village of about 1200 In habitants In Cobb county on the Chat taboocheo river and not fur from At lanta Automobile Wiilrr Cnrt The newest thing In motor vehicles Is an automobile water cart for street sprinkling Turin Italy has such aji automobile In operation for the par pose of laying tho dust In time public avenue and thoroughfares The vehi cle has a wide radius of dUitrlbtitluu of water and to tht uniuttutoincd eye presents a Mtrange and rather weird appearance as It moves along carrying a small wnUrfnll with It nKGlnddeuItev Dr wnrb 1 Tlio tier Dr Washington OlflUUfii who started time debate ou UlntiMl iHOMwy Is moderator of the nutlniml coNiHH of CongregHtlonal rhurrhiM and Imkls H promlmmt ptaw IB bin deuaiu luuilon He has long teen known as a Illioral In Imth theology and social questions lir cjludden Is sixty ulne years of ago cud a graduate of Williams eel leae He lots been pastor editor author and lecturer and tins written Inverse as well us prose tw VnrUH SinHrtrnl Man Georgi W Perkins wlio waa on the stand in tho Now York Life Insurance Invuiitlgatlon used tif be called time smartest luau In New York Mr Perkins Is only fortythree years of age tint for several years he has been RndI Prom office boy nt 300 a year you g Perkins rose to bo a clerk nt 1200 I mind cashier at 1500 In 1SS7 he was drawlug 3000 a year as solicitor and special agency representative and one I year later 18SS waspromoted to ages cy director at 15000 n year In 1S03 he was elected third vice president of the company at 20000 nnd In 1SOO be came second vice president at 30000 withIi member of Mr Morgans firm astced to have hIt saVury rut down U h I RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Olrnncil From the True III nun of All Denomination The power In a word Its unfurgotten element iimitn simply III the force of the ute lIt 1Jnal it HPT Frank Crane hulls ilmt Worcester Mass True Clirlntlnnllr frill 9irUtinlty IM sal developed IJrayorII Her Dr Ifanfc Do Will Tulmttge Presbyterian Los Aiigufiw cali IriMnrr or Soil God U everywhere prtwiiit hut only III who hi + ears far lilui Iintr IIlIi gene tie rolir in l uuly In wliu has eyes for film sit Iii gmcioiiM priMinue Itev J C Horning KrfuniKMl Ht Iou s I 17n1r Ihtlllnft Nothing lit lent with CioJ Till noble aspiration for time butler llfu anil the wish to do iKnnotbliu for others though clfciuustHiiccH inay ihwnrt Its accoin pltahuient still have Its menu lu jots jrfHmntaKov J H White Disciple AilnutnV Money 0Monoy ID o good thing and no man Lilt n right to object to It provided ft Is tbtaf tied tiioii right principle and expended In proper ways Money Is flCtunilwil for Its power on the man iiw In which you use itllev L G Droughton Haptlst Atlnntn SplrllnnlKr nod ClrRumiitniieei The social upd financial condition hud little or nothing to do with onofl spirituality except as he Is Influenced by It lint In the sight of God wo are not saved or lost by our circumstances but by our faith or lack of ItItev C L rainier German Haformed King atoll N Y Urrnt Soul A great noil is known by Its enlarged sympathies True elevation of mind does not take n being out of the circle of those loss gifted but binds him faster to them cud gives theta advan tage for closer iittachinnnt und con formity to imlmltov T Gibbon Smyth Itonmn nubile Washington Meaning of ClinrKjr Charity means to give not merely a kind word but perhaps a severe word Charity menus to give not merely a liberal dole but sometlmesto withhold tin dolt It means for us to give our Kolvcw in nil spheres soelul industrial cununerelal political as lu the philan thropic sphere Hev J J Wilkins HpUcopnllan Los Angeles Cal Modern Idea of fad Time old stem notions of God ore gone even from our Calvlulstlc church oi Our own Presbyterian church has lately len forced by the times to put Tbvo Into time Westminster Confession Teoui which It had for centuries been IJlfitMit Men ran never turn away fbonl ft God yvhom they cull love and V1tli such sentiments abroad thin ollportunltrrndays when time wroth of God was moos duet thought of the Deity Her John Unicorn Him w Presbyterian Chi cage The Hidden Vlrlara- Iliaru are good qualities which could not At only lie brought Into the public taM without xpolllng their comeliness and dttfwtlug their purpose Do you nut know that tho finest quality of self dontal Is never seen nor suspect lostIdonles himself for the sake of his wife I and the wife for the sake of the hus band while both conceal their self de ninl 80 skillfully that neither suspects it In the other Iter T p Frost Con grcgattouallst Kvanston III Value of ClirUtlnn Testimony No lift or message Is so attractive as Unit of those who speak with divine authority and are consumed with dl vlhu passlou When they speak aU hu man distinctions are forgotten and n shepherd becomes the teacher of kings In every church and community tho spiritual leadership of such men and women Is nt once recognized Irrespec tive of wealth or social position The home of Hon Roberts tho humble Welsh collier has become lime whrlne at which tho spiritual forces of Chris tendom pro Keeking Inspiration The men and women of Irrepressible testi mOil tire till true oracles of God nod through their messages nations are born In a day Itev Dr Williamson Hirptkit St Louis Fnllli lu lie human llenrt The faith that you have Is the measure of the greatness of the blessings that you may receive at Gods bands If I hUll some kind of magical specta cles this morning and could put them on mind walk down out of this pulpit und read the hearts of these men and women before me It I could road Just how much worry and anxiety and fret fulnexs and unrest there tire In these I hearts I could tell Just exactly anti In fallibly how much faith you have lu God because when faith comes into the heart those things always go out They dont get along together at oil conthlentIwe papers and be able to decide just what the trials and temptations of that day In nil probability are going to be because they tell us certain atmospheric conditions have a definite Influence up on moral dispositions and we are g lug to read there Just about what Is otImonatmospheric conditions and nil similar things may be factors III the Irritabili ty wad the fretfulness of the natural heart but this Bible says perfect pence shall abide In the heart that Is stayed upon the Lord Rev Dr C M Ilavf kiss Mvnto list St Louis n ROYAL BOX Ilrlns Louise of Saxony is said to owe more tliiitl fflOOOOO I The Jewels of tho Italian royal amt ly ii MI mil III vaults lictiunlh n tort un n little Ulund of the Tiber IrtiKcwH Irene wife of Irliife Henry of PrusNlii was christened us a child at the close of the weir In IStii Irene menu pence ln Vie Parlslenno Paris says Kd ward VII would suit us as n sorer elfin down to the ground If the French people only knew him ho would ho elected king by universal suffrage There are a large number of sover eigns now living who have never taken the trouble to be crowned Among them aro the Jornuin umperor the king of Italy the pivumt youthful kith of Hpalu the queen of Holland time king of liavarln nail the king or Sax oily GOWN GOSSIP For dross occasions walHU of nil over loco are again very much the thing For hued outdoor wear nothing U bet tor them the Jersey top petticoat with silk ratites Time vogue of the elbow sieve will probably give the fur trade a boom for the inutr at least will bo a necessity Nearly nil the now waists mire charac terized by the mitten cuff reaching to the elbow Dressy waists have elbow sleevesFor indoor weur very soft silks fou lards chins silk and even silk batiste are being made Into what are culled lingerie skirts They nro washable and are to be commomled for this quality If no other New York Pos- tVEGETABLES Lima beans should have dark green pods When they begin to get old the color grows lighter It string beans break with a and there Is no thread running tlrouglm them they are youug Trim beets as little as possible before boiling Do not cut off the little root lets else the vegetable will bleed Dont buy potatoes unless they are firm and bard and select the varieties that hoe the fewest eyes little holes in which the roots once grew The Rosen of Ilrlt- Brilz a suburb of Berlin ty one large rose garden rime number of roses cut daily In season Is about 13 000 Iecan Note To remove pecan meats without breaking them pour boiling water over the nuts anti let them stand until cold Then crack with n hammer striking the small end of the nut Gnllerr God Tho expressions among time gods and gallery gods are said to have originated from tho fact that time cell lag of Drury Lane theater London was formerly painted In Imitation ot- a blue sky and fleecy clouds among which a great number of Cupids wore disporting themselves The Chlncn Ilnlf The Chinese pink was first sent from China to Paris by missionaries In 1705 The double ones were first noted among seedlings In 1710 Iu Purls gr lemmaS YFD my 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 public but the above remark nnd similar expression are made so often in connection With Scotts Emulsion that they are torlliof occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im l and weak development restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste Tho action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Ejnul sion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kin 1 of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary toad No system Ms too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather hood from it Wl wH und you a- taamri ineT- Wncr I tt IIItU1 the IhippcMeboy scon BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Ye 50c and Si all druggists Dr W G BEST DENTIST V Office over Post Office S Ri BAKER Dentist a Over Irlnting omBEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted fboa J n8oniBof0me C l DR R C BOGGS- DENzrIST ConKTAt Ilvliif on 301111alld Turxlay DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Khodns CoFe Hanson CENsrn EMBALMER AND UNDCRTAtfeR Successor to 7i It Robinson e All calls 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Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates I AT ABLE JH ADTAXCE alro- alzmonthi M Three month 7S Pend money tir rant omen Money Order Kx- reu Money Order Check Drat llcflilcred Letter or ono and two cent stamps The date after jonr name ihowi to what data rour cubscrlpllon la raid lilt to not cluhcod wIthIn threo after sending ua money otlty tie BabKrtbert wlshtnc Tits Crmw stopped LOU notify ui at the expiration of tub crlptlon JIrlnc all armn oiliorwlvo we thai insider that they wish It continued Notify Dt atonco of any change In youraddrcti tTlng old and new addresses Uililne numbers due to wrappers rbminguF i Id the Tuttle or otherwise bo sup tiled If wo aro nolifltrd Agents wanted In every locality Write for aka Anrotie sending ua tour yearly sub lerlptioai will tccelro Till crnxtN for ont rear u Sour Coal Oil An inalanapolla woman went into a t lamp storo a lay or two ago to buy some new burners and complained to the woman In charge of her old burners tbat wben lighted they gavo oft most offensive odors Tho lamp store woman said to her I am quite sura that It is not the burners that are at fault nor is It your lampwlck your coal oil Is probably sour Tho buyer relates the News of that city was astonished to learn that coal oil I could sour The woman in chargo naked the buyer how long she had had the oil and when the buyer reported that she had not bad her oil can filled since early in the summer that her tamps had only been lighted twice this fall and that the odor was so disa greeablo she could not stand It she was Informed that coal oil sours just as much as milk Not so soon of course for It will stand muck longer but to be sweet and to burn without odor the oil must be fresh Tho coal oil can should bo thoroughly emptied at frequent intervals It should bo aired and when refilled kept closed Too often tho coal oil can is the most neglected receptacle in the house It not only stands without care but IsI not emptied or aired So long as there is any oik in the can it is used It is right to bo economical about the use of coal oil as well as extremely careful in regard to firo or heat being near the can whether at rest or when filling lamps but one will find much better service in coal oil if tho can j Is filled at frequent intervals with fresh oil Tho carp ot lamps is not onerous fresh oil soft cloths that will not shed lint hot water and soap or soda will clean them and the charred wick rubbed smooth not cut will make an even blaze i Because of the serious and often fa tal injury it inflicts on man the most dangerous animal known is the mos quito Compared with the evil dons by tho insect pest observes the Coun try Calendar the cobras death toll is small This venomous serpent is found only in hot countries particularly in India while mosquitoes know no favorite land or climeunless it bo Jersey Arctic explorers complain oft them In Alaska it is recorded by a scientist that mosquitoes existed in countless millions driving us to the verge of suicide or Insanity A trav eler on the north shore of Lako Su perior when tho snow was several feet deep and tho ice on the lake fivo feet in thickness relates that mos quitoes appeared in swarms literally blackening the banks of snow in shel tered places Fred Lansing is probably the youngest telegraph operator in Amer ica who is in complete charge of an office Lansing is 12 years old aud- Is boss of tho Western Union office at Cedar Falls la a city of 7000 Tho most intricate messages tho boy copies with case Ills severest trial was during tho notional political con ventlons last year when the com pany was tending bulletins every tow seconds Fred turned up his mill and kept tho pace to tho finish When the days work is over Fred studies F D Cary a naturalized cItizen residing In Oakland Cal and a min of considerable wealth is by right of birth king of tbo Calf of Man a small island near tho Islo of Man in the Irish sea The island consists of UOO broad acres and lias a loyal popula lion of 41 souls The Gary family Is tho royal line of tho Calf Tho kingdom Is as free and independent as Great Drltnlu nnd Its king or lord of the manor does justice among his people and makes their laws by word of mouth Tho estimated increase of =5000 000000 in the farm values of seven western states since 1880 will remind many a man that he wanted to buy thou but lira wife talked him out of It Mr James Pappatheodorokoumotm tourgeototolos of Chicago ought tot bo goad lor a fit of jlmjams among the proofreaders if not a general strike of the typographical union The football game will never be ai dangerous as the automobile scorch 1 WHY WE ASE THANKFUL ITorwhit lire we thankful For this For the breath and the minllKfct of life For the love of tho child and the kUs On the lips of the mother and wife Par roses entwining For bird and for bloom And hopes that are shining Like stars In the gloom For what are wo thnnKful For this Tho strength and the patience of toll Igor oven the joys that we miss The hope of the seed In tho soil For loule that are whiter From day unto day And lives that ore brighter From cuing Gods way For what are we thankful T For all The sunlight tho aJadowthe song The blossoms may wittier and fall Dut the world moves In music alorgl For simple sweet living TIs love that doth teach It A heaven forgiving And faith that can reach UI OLD JOYCES- THANKSGIVING I InIIIII JT was three days before Thanksglv I Ing Miss Basconi sat at a little table before tho sunnIest window IU her kitchen the window that had six scarlet geraniums blooming In it plan ning the most Important part of her dinner tho guests The door sudden ly opened and Rod Ilorricks red head and blue eyes came In with a Hood of sunshine Of course all of Rod came in but she was conscious only of that red head and blue eyes both were so vivid Rod was Bartona grocery boy and the most mischievous inhabitant of tho village Some people won lercd noisily why Harton kept him but Barton knew Rod was faithful to the minutest detail of the grocerys In crests and played no pranks among the soap boxes and flour barrels lie meant to own a part of Jhe concern some day and therefore had too much respect for the business to neglect It Rod know a great deal about the pea plo of Staunton too perhaps because lie saw thom almost always it their back doors which are the places to know people as they really are Miss Ilascom looked up and nodded pleasantly SIlO watched him set the norItoI am planning company for Thanks giving Rod and find It hard to niche up mj mind You know I dont want the same folks every year and I have no reiatlves Rolls eyes twinkled I know a Ant rate subject he replied promptly a party that didnt order a thing for Thanksgiving except a pot of marma STARING WITII ALT THE POWER OF His SPECTACLES AT A PINT ENVELOPE tOile and never has since Ive boon taking baskets for Barton and Im 151 Miuo Dascom laughed as she aroM to carry tho parcels out Write the address on an envelope maybe Ill send Iti Id like to do some good with my dinner for the sake of the day Lift alone Rod sal down at the table and taking up the pen wrote OLD JOYCE AT TIlE ROOT AND SHOE People In Staunton had once said boot and ahoe shop but long since nud abbreviated It to Its present brltf er form Rod took the empty basket and burgled out before Miss Bascom could sw what be had written She colored angrily Old Joyce In deed That queer Englishman whom ovcrybody considered half crazy who sat day by day In absolute silence mending the village boots and shoes or taking walks that would have exhausted some of tho old horses of the town lie would often get up at five In the morning and walk seven or eight miles In the country before be cpcned his shop Milkmen and hink stere had seen him tearing along tM toads his head thrown back gazing at tho sunrise or tho early mornlnt fields or cloudy skies ns though they were a mystery that no man had ovct fathomed which was true Indeed Tho next morning Rod herrick run lInt In tho trades of the postman nampered somewhat by three turkeys tnti two pumpkins that reposed In the treat basket on his arm peeped Into he window of the Boot and Shoo there sat Old Joyce a great foot ulfinended upon the last In front of him staring with all the power of his pcolacles at a pink envelope which the ooslman had thrust upon him Rod WitS no leas astonished he whistled softly lie hadnt supposed that she would really do It his mother had re served just such a pink note for them both the night before too So abe had Invited thorn to meet Joyce or Joyce to meet them he couldnt say which I Dut would the old man so Ho wondered what the note said the Horrlcks would bo there no loaM aboiU that for Rod aelfotn had an Ip portunlty to taste the fat turkeys that ho left at Staunton kitchen doors- Ills mother sowed almost as Indus trlously as ho walked for llnrton and ttelrThanksclvlnxInvltatlonswercrari indeed All day Rod woauercd abOut Joyce and wished ho dared ask nun a question only ho was afraid that tithe old man knew who wa going the Invitation would bo refused for Rod and the old shoemaker had not alwayi beer upon good terms Old Joyces behavior at Miss has corns Thanksgiving dinner was something that Rod Herrlck rover forgot his polite speeches his thoughtfulness of everybody but himself his eagerness lo contribute all that he possibly conk to the pleasure and suedes of the oc casIon made him the gaesi of honor Rod had never supposed before that guests had any responsibilities he had 8uppG eu that thBj belonged entirely lo the hostess Ho privately rcsolvn aweiI nor ho would study harder tp loan vu 10 ell ve wncn ho was company Such stories as tho old man told ol lands null castles and faaas beyond tho seal Joyce had traveled far and apparently had forgotten nothing Thai had ever happened to him As ho toll his wonderful stories he would bow tc Miss Bascom or Mrs Herrick anti once or twice he had Included lied In ono of Lila wonderful courtoslos in such a fashion that Itod lost his golf possession and felt polite and distm giilciitd for fully five minutes afterward It was a sensation that made him a more manly boy for months and one that he never really ceased to feet After dinner Joyce sat down before old piano nail played such music as lUll even Miss Bascom hadovor Jurd and she was tho organist of tho church and the boat musician In Staunton And somehow from the music and the stories nail the manners they all grad ually understood that Old Joyce had u history behind him and hadnt al ways mended other peoples old shoes IngeostracismRod told himself that tho old follow I had dioppeil ten or a doion years there at Miss LJtxto Hasoums old piano I The woe over at last but It + ilafluenco was not that lived and grew uiiiil li oven brOke down the wall between the old shoemaker and the vil I lage heart He mended shoes ns of 011 Lccnute he needed to but he no longer kept house In his soap IU went to board at the Herrtcke ho t- Ill church too anti the vefy first time he prayed the offertory on the little organ Instead of Miss Itascom wise tat with lice face turned toward the people so that she could enjoy their 81Jl1 lie Nobody knew what he plryed perhaps It was the story of hu Hit for It had tens and storms In U and toward the last was something fun o sliver notes notes of joy pesos ivo human sympathy notes that were alnuit an echo from the harps by the sea or glass Mrs Herrick said after ward that the organ said I was A trangcr and ye took me Ini Mlu Unscom said It said Out of great tiibuatlon tint Rod said to Ikirtor when he told him an shout It next OhJIwas Young People HEAVEN QUITE UNEXPECTED Fourteen Years In a Boarding House and Bliss at Last Murmurs Surprised Mr Grizzly Will you Please carve the turkey Mr Grlnly asked the landlady Mr Grlizly a malevolent scowl showing on his forehead picked up the carving knife aa a warner seizes the sword and attacked the fowl Slice attar slim of juicy what meat ftll away as though It weranow yielding to the breath of early liprlag JoinU came npart as oaaliyina a ctiildi block housoIII knocked down Mr Grizzly began to purl and pint A strange look of bewilderment came Into his eyes The cranberry sauce cams on the table It was perfect It did not BI had teen expected have the thickset and stringiness ot gluo Mr Grizzly was breathing bard And so It went through all the dinner and wben at Ul ho failed to nda hairpin and two or three marbles In the mince pie he turned white as a sheet and tell to the floor Physicians were sum moned and labored over him for hours When at last he returned to conscious floss he muttered Fourteen years In a boarding bouse and heaven at lastJudge Joys of the Small Boy The small boy wildly and wonderfully liefreicoed and besculptured with tho cranberry sauce of the realm finds more allaround subtle soul charming dreamy music to the squaro Inch not lo say the square mouthful In one drumstick than In all the drums of Christendom combinedJudge- Take That I make a business of knowing eve rylhlng Yes and you know a lot of things that are none of your business what everClooland leader Not In Proportion Did you over notice It t Notice what That a man doesnt need to bo hickheaded to havo a broad mind Cleveland Plata Dealer VENERABLENESS OF DAY Thanksgiving Is tha Oldest of Out Festivals Origin Dates to Days of the Israelite Thanksgiving day is the oldest of our annual religious festivals It ante dates by tar both Raster and Christmas Its origin runs back to the dsyd of th3 Israelites In tho wilderness whnn tho Divine command was Tnoi sliait keep the feast of harvest tho hrstfrulti of thy labors which IboM hast sown In thy Held and tlu lean of Ingathering which Is In the cut cf the year when thou hast gathered In thy labors out of tno Held Tno observance of this Feast of liar vest has never been intermitted among pious Jews Its spirit has moreover been recognized In all ngoa of the Christian church In Harvest Festivals and autumnal Thanksgiving days in the Church of England those days have always had prominence Even now the English religions papers are flliod with sketches of harvest Festival ou len ances In churches of various doe nominations Thanksgiving day has been sometimes spoken of as lu this Engl1IThe Dutch governors appointed Thanksgiving day as early as 1C 14 Such A day was designated annually by the federal congress during tho revolutionary wartin the Rock ofI Common this Proteetint Episcopal church of the United Statee as ratified In 17S9 It Is rooonraonued that tho first Thursday In November or If any other tiny bo appointed by the civil authority then such day I shall be observed ai a day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God for tbo fruitsI of the earth and other blessings of Ills merciful providence And this festival Is as seemly and as reasonable as K Is vouorabte 3 S Times IN FOREIGN LEGATIONS Thanksgiving Day Is Generally Ob served by Customs Peculiar to the Mother Country Our American feat la observed In tho foreign legations 4y cuswjpw peculiar to tin mother country anti the dishes liuovin In the fathers bosses are most Itievldenro says Inn Caplto i Rmcry In household even though the A merrcitu fhwl has IU place ThfllrH ink nbasnador precMee at the feast in the household of the Brt eh embassy and gather about his li colerlo of irtend Here the custom tft the eottu try rrpreeented and tw sins atlelltAlll Lear n reeemulaBce nuttbc Jay ta ofc served witnoat a raarlmi roaHge Hi their Laude of living lint In the legation of tint Jupan tae Ub Korean sod the SouR4ktaetl- ean tliu conformity to Amerleia uk wrxmieee induced by tIM uwrkota nbcuMlm In AmertcKB footle HMBIM a derided ekiince om the mess tares sad yet with but tow exception the diplomats and attaches make an overt in observe UM eustonw in our country The Chlweee form an eaeepUon tor In several luelancee the treeMIni eelne of the Chinese kitchen Ass rev fused to become enthneed Into say lights of sttronoaitcBl Mealtonet by Tbankifflvlnc or say other Christian feeet Yet the spread made OB that day with its varied duties to of tryte ceiut hat QjagniAcmoe THANKSGIVING THEMES Bits ef Wit and Humer Taken from Centemnnmrief =Turkey Is Tente fee Bards lhae up Gobble dear they oan never serve you anM It lest Jiat UK boot ate iwrt of me with Ja- 1knlttN Y Journal Why dolt you leave off that straw hair I wont my fatbsr hn law bi notiet It and live uI a TbanHsfiirtRB lurke3Indlaaapotla Journal t Now George SA what cities of bird duet the oagte baloact BlrOa pt RlW And the ttirMT wnarfl dOlt be1lltooat On teletahtw Mfs t Pt 4irieJ our mfrrlaia nanjVat eart coated this Jldr M TWnfMh Joy U that so llertlwt Vall shall we Rive each other a turhiy or duds WubiAgton Poet r Anlonlus Aca thou where wilt TkanjisglyngdayOh I suppose at Tlmredoys matinee and In the ovening Ohio State jour naleIbf Thanksgiving turkey murmured Well really I must say I nave been stuffed until I feel tf Like a ballotbox today Philadelphia Ireee There Is no home of which a man 1I131- 18Y We want no turkey on Thanksgiving I day There Ii no barnyard wbere the turks dont foil The end of livings thisa good square meal- Phlladelpbla North American Thanksgiving Thursday The fact that Thanksgiving day has nearly always beon hold on a Thurs day is curious but there seems to lie no real explanation of the fact except that ci ouslom This Thursday thread might a thousand years or so ago bavo teen explained ns some sort cf step toward propitiation of Ttior the Thunderer whoso day It Is but Iho American holiday hardly runs back far enough xo admit of any such ex rlanatioa WIC Absolut ijttjttirtaur of Ujfihtttss lutulity My JACOU II SCHIrT New York lUnkf and Financier The two sifts wlrtcli have Income indtspcnf LIe to the IIUCCt S of the laiiker llif corporation man tiger old to the runt ot large affairs art the liv ycr mud the nrconiUHiU rind it tBalinaV it1SjlnMiblyi to obtain a climcl judgment ot any unilirtnkiifcj without the ii jMnnoMjt the ejcfjitfl nctfwhiani I ant willing to admit tkalttt success and the upiitattun of my own house have in no tiuall k lute town furthered liy the guidance it hns received in ninny insinncm from the men of this profcniioi in the consideration of the large and Important buainc propmitiOin which are being brought before it It isi net that the mlvice thus ob tained has led to the rejection of a rnnsidrrably larger nuinltor of prop OMtioiu than have been found acceptable greatly to thu safeguarding of our good name and reputation We are at this tints passing through a ptiioJ w liicli wWte it u I bringing forth conic unsatisfactory diirloiurc cannot bill Ittod to It moral uplifting aril regeneration in many ways The itttprc IMtcntv l I development and ufcrs of the corporate tntcicitu have in 4we instances led executive officers to forget tliat a cotpmallan tunnel 12 administered like a private coon rn unit that rxerhvt officers oft c accountability to those iron whom they derive tltcir power With imlnWe exceptions diriTtors of great corpnrotlojw liavo been tlifWRhtlrss end too I MM fnl and in the fate of rrcrnt ilrVilop nicnts UH lesson nrcil be Icnrnetl that avcrptance of cofporattj direc torship brings kflnitr mica and rcsKtiuililUifo at lenji of a tnond character wliic1i need lw actively looked after awl onniKCoti ly ilk charged It U jjIIt in this connection that the wrvices of arconntanH miitlit with much advantage be cnlktliiinrv frvquctnly into requisition The Arcs it situation with the lasting anl wholrwuie effect it will without doULt cxcrciNr Iras Itowyver much that Itiuci he tllicour axing to men 01 dfreapect The yen tiieii director of gnat hititinince rominnlfi who in face of 1 fHTu1iar system Mill cottilittopt have nt least titautt the endeavor to direct have tome In Ion ptrticnl criricJsm not only for not dtecovrring tlKKtCMiHtie af csvcnliv ulYiIerrs but alike for the legitimate conduct nf heir ra n aftnin t judgment and deMberaliflri Pre lomrwlHtt In daniecr of disappearlnK and it Is indeed high time tint the conmvalivc puliNc firm talkie seek to allay excitement tbairlo atimtilate it M hay l arty the IkbiliThe most valuable sect of a community i iltr n id name anti rep illation of its citizens and it U a tcrinu state ul affairs wlim rfpui t tioiw brconK1 to be considered only as to their t1 K lot llir minibv of IwulWire and mount of copy tlirjr will fun h o the MriiMtion newspaper ikgim of Q11urity tit rrritfl- y REV CIIAS I nLAISDULL- II LiM reneI t I When olMtrurtr anal tPcrrey taft tli tUtitiNimlle then wt suit lit greeHly Wuput- I ti give alms or It pet ifMI great wr vii u In kfxrct I itibl arajuea TitIyr not that u a misfortune a condition lu br arcades earl tJpiadl Surely titter I we raniiol and ought not lo be asked to ilo knoll uul then slink aans if in shame In etvee II tlic uI given cornliioserkupisti lay mni perhaps bm itrvorthekM an inexoralrie condition Think you that tills am charities and Mrviire given to and tlntk lot UsetnluI tiki miserable the HMir tho helpless aliuuk gives a Iran name position niul dbtJnlttion Notoriety can lie bought by living ncnr ilw surface of life it cat be bought by shams allows ami pretvntcs Out distinction charartc anti manhood are worked out in silent sad wcrrl iovice toward Oor and mm If you ue Pliariset plough to boast of your famftift and u your lithegiving soina uMppracialiVe Iitdetieate soul rutty ask What of II T 1 know aokk4iut fast last and gtw inOtcM naigitII i Only anrotl JWula will tatter ovor every gilt ami deed Commonplace gluts yitd soda arc Utoac that are heralded ajbroad as wrt of the Intuar nays but nolilc heroic slat and services arc born in silence tlunb ol the kindly gifts and sweet ienrfccs tliat are given sad rendurtnl ir a silence that keeps tins old world bright sad glad while if they had done openly proclaimed and announced they would have hewn robbed of their hclpfulneas and tilcia tJiicss a t I The majority of men however arc note rich and tomcqucnllyarr IHt in danger of parading their deeds albd glue Tltere is danger oi Another kindthe danger of the left hand not doing something licchuHIIt is not the right hand In a word because plea are not often do nothing It is a shame to prate ghoul our lugbiftsUuwt are I sigh hilt it it more shameful to despise our incapacity and to boast V the world what we would do if we could if the right hand ii not to boast to the kit hail of its deeds then J t not the left haiil despise it self or make the superiority of the right mud its excise for doing nothing The iiioment we deprecate our alven and our ubiKries we become ommnnplarc nd useless Cod rely cantiut endure the useless man who shila out If responaibilltic at because he is not able to do is much a otlui If is the summary of Itlull tliUgnjii nv 10 in the vvoilil If icy were rich if they hail lime U tlu Src capable they would dr Minctliing K they were gads they might tier outi good We itcv jr llrlso incapacitated or weal etc when we face our life responsibili ties Oh friends shame not your nbilitics ImlIkrgics shrivel not you souls by saying I would if I could Inn In your best you btmunt in silence and in secret Then will von 1nri no responsibili ties and expect your righthanded man to bran tlicm all It is a shame to be juilly of telling all that vc do or coo dj Jut it is aborniti blc lor ur V br guilty of bewailing ova dcficiciKita and iacapaiUc r nn PLAM OF A STOCK BARN JBuildlng for the Stock Should Be Arranged with View to Great est Convenience Ono thing a farmer should work hard for Is to have his farm buildings ar Notepressed by the great loss of energy the t owner of the barn sustained every time Laho fed his horses and cattlo Every pound of bay fed had to bo carried from tho mow quite a distance to a pitch holo down which It was thrown thence to bo carried along alloys until the niangero yrcro reached Tho straw shed In that barn wns juntas unhandy Alllhoe raw used had to be convoyed CO or GO feet before reaching tho stables Now a little foresight would have ren r unnecessaryWhen THE DAMN DIAGRAM for tho man wlo feeds the stock to are range things In our barn explains au Illinois corrcf peondont of Prairie Farm we have tbo fOr as handy as poiwlble 1 clv herewith tho plan ot a imm that baa many advantages A U the mixing room B borso stable C feed alley D cow stati E box stall V paMsg behind cattle 0 manger 11 root house leIII and is Insuitable for throe how aural 1C cow Tim framework above the basenent- provldes for an IK foot bay above the I bore table then a 11 foot driveway and then a 9tfoot hay In ardor to have corn for a tram to be taken out lHM a loaded wagon there slwuld bean over lay of 11 feet In the now over ueat la This will give plenty of room on tho thrashing Hoar The stairway to the basement In trot the Mixing mow and the hay nr feed Yom above ii let dawn through IIRIItea door betas the stair way The bfttraient ceHMtot of 10 dnRtotow stalls lic stalls and four horse stalls with tNt rooms Provtolon is made for a concrete root house arched over with control under the driveway Tko Silo is on the tmUhU of DM tarn lwddo the 1 drlvovmy ami ItcunteiMileanyslMde 4rtd one IS fast It tfemcitr amt M feet high would hi required for the stock the basement will honor I IvorB8J f j Never let tha heifer become more than three ya s old biters breeding Cows which bare beset bred young arc usually Rood nllfcer Bays a writer In tho Montreal Star If you expert to product baby beef at a profit you must keep the calves In a thrifty growing condition from a the day they are born until they art pnt on a full grain ration If you would In cream tho size of your stock do It through the uo of largo females As n general thing the female Influopce the site of offspring tbo male the outward characteristics The lingllsh market hi now demand ing n softer sod fatter clmoHt and the Canadians are finding It illfTleult to mcl the daoiand aa well h cheese requires a dIPeont curing room from that In two Btlllng Milk to Shippers Tho man that sells milk to shipper to be tent to tho city ounnnt afford to ac cept n small price for It Under uxiit Ing condition In tho wont a dollar a hundred In n small enough price for a man to receive throughnut the year and In thn winter Reason It should be higher than this Tho man that sells mill In this way nan no skim milk for hla cows and pigs This Interfere very much with the business of hoi rrilsiuR which IB ono ot the most profitable enterprises ot tho farm endBoughs I On a ranch where I WAS somo years ago during the summer when green I feed was wares n wood chopper cut down some II vn onk trees and the tows which were all with colt ate tho mistletoe and preen bought and thoy all slunk their calves Another cow on the same ranch which did nut eat tlio mistletoe carried her calf to full term Kcodlng some fresh mistletoe to cows which rotnln too afterbirth I found would cause them to clean all Ight load Corn Crib My corn arch U live feet wide and 1C feet long It hj s nn open bottom made ot U2 ouff sot educvrtae with Inch spaces be voen This allows of better vonttlaUjn tliiin whew tho hot tom Is built aiitdIrnnk W Boyes Kent went MUch Jllaiiiberrtn and blnckbrrrlcc may be Mt one and onehalf to threo foot pnrt In he row and the rows from five to ton Clt depending entirely on the vigor ot 111entyIlroomi M FEEDING MILCH COWS Attention to Tills Matter Will Infill sure the Milk Plow During the Winter Dairymen have a common trouble In maintaining tho quantity of milk dur ing tho late winter mouths This due to two general causes lack ot fresh palatable feed and cold weather The feed lacka succulence which Is very Important In keeping the animals upon a full diet Unless ono has a supply of roots or silage all of the feeds art dry It IB not Impossible to keep up the floor of milk on dry feed but It will cost more when a certain amount of tho ra tlon Is silage It la usually best to fig ure on feeding a variety of feeds for two reasons Ono la that It tho variety Is properly selected the cows diet can be Increased nnd she can be Induced to eat snore When wo take Into consideration that wo should get n profit on all a cow eats above what ID necessary to main talc her wo should see that liberal feed lug will repay Another reason for q variety of feeds IH that by the combina lion wo socuro more easily digestible rations than when only ono Is fed ItIly A dairy cow con perhaps more thaw any other animal get Into tho habit ot makln7thisanitnpnrlantpointloubserve Is as true regarding milking an feeding As winter cornea on tho amount of pro teln In tho ration should be gradually In crossed This can ho done by feeding tNf clover or alfalfa hay or by addlna some oil moat or a good quantity of bran to the ration When we can get rood old procoee oil meal that is not adulter ated with weed seeds it Is usually best at this time to give the cow a pound or a pound and a half dally As a rule It Is not host to give abovo two pounds per day At the present prIce of oil meal this precaution Is hardly necessary IJy adding a little protein to the ra tion tbo shin of tho cow U kept In much better condition and she Is In every way more healthy The cow that Is fed on a well balanced ration says a corre spondenl of the Orange Judd Farmer should always have a smooth slick coat which is a good indication of health and Jlrotcc1I0u In n wsll ventllatftl stable Tho bloof Is the life of Ito dairy row and It Is cfi particular importance that sht shoulf have plenty of air It may well be re iMinkcrsd that poro air ta not neces sadly void air SELF WARMING WATER TANK System Wlilclt Hixa Beers Proved Practical by a Number of Stew England Farmers The devise irfeuired In tftacram II IbiM described In a letter from ass ol our Nw ItuaJamJ roaJBrn o ys the Ito ral New Yorker There to M half inch block tie pipe ruBiiInf HP throvilt the I AnllUrio IAIRmain pipe or supply pipe nnd at the bottom of boxing there Is a dry well1 which Is always warm Enough of this warm air pareulates up through the hall lnoi block tin pipe to keep the water from fretting 1 n extremely cold wcath or we pump tank lull iibout twice or 1 TilE OKY VRIU I three times a week This in Itself Is t protection as It keeps time largo bulk of water above freezing except at sur face The tank Is jacketed making at- mapaeesallaround Tho supply pipe con tinues up through tbo water tanK its and out of the top of the supply pips ticks tho block tin pipe and lets the warm air out There JI an nlr space all round the tank Thus tar wo have had not the least trouble Neatness Improve In neatness In doing wort right and systematically Have a plow for everything nUll keop everything U its place have pride enough to keel your land In n neat healthy condl lion especially behind tho barns Study profit In neatness this appjlei to the homo as well The Planted Dollar A dollar well spout on a good tool i fowl animal or Imploaicn Is a planted dollar from which a but vest will be reaped SOLVING A PROBLEM How a Workingman Was Helped in Winning JIll Wife front Her Intemperance a I was working lato at the T ftlce and tho rain beat on the windows and time wind blew in wild November gusts I was just settling down to work when a man entered A respectable intel ligent workman drenched with rain Mr Phillips sirt Yes I am Mr Phillips What can I do for you I want you to como to my house sir I am in trouble and I want your advice sir Out In the rain and wind off from the flash ot the lights and tho buzz of tho cars down a dark dreary street wo tramped silently together Suddenly tho man stopped outsldo an unllgbtcd house pushed open tho door and said Just a minute sir Willie bring a light Como Inslr Mind how you come And there lying like a heap of rags in tho pas sago was n woman As I knelt down closo to smell her breath tho man said Yes thats it sir drunk dead drunkl I heard you speak on Social Problems Thats my prob lem I want to know how you would deal with that If that woman was your wife how would you deal with It slrt1 And there in the back room wera two little mites In their night clothes shivering and sobbing I left thoso children In burl and left that woman you see In the passage two dollars for I the days food and I come lucre and find this Thats what makes men murderers Whats your answer slrt Jf It was your wife what would you dot Well I said first of all thembig boy for some supper get two little lopes to bed and thou wo can discuss the social problem Hav ing dono thtewe closed 010 door on the children and still the woman layout there in the passage Well Scott I said we had bettor get hot np and bring her In horo You know abe is not always like tbte was not like this when you married her and jjto must just bring her book to what she was I What she was sir She was house maid at tho vicarage when I married her and I was groom at the hall No couple in all Gods world started better than wo did ten years ago sir and now look at hernnd shes not yetI let us bring her In and to we brought her In and laid her on the couch Now Scott my man this a ease for an export We are powerless I cant solvo this problem alone Let us pray Uncon dously bo dropped on his knees by I my aide and we placed that drunken woman in the proeonea chamber of theI living Christ and asked for His vice guidance and as wo rOSe to our feet we felt the power of hope and confidence come Into our hearts We felt somehow the crisis was pasted Now Scott It that was my wife what should I 1107 First prayer see ond got her out of tho street and away from those women who are drag sing her down at all costs out of the street lastly feed her on apples at every meal apples fruit milk Good night old chap be patient with her no kicking you know and I will get my wife to come round and see nerI tomorrowThree months bad passed by I was going through tho market when a hand was laid on my shoulder and a voice greeted me Hullo Mr Phillips when are you coming round to see usT No 10 just off Newmar ket rod Shes going on grand sir I havent got a care In tho world Its heaven now But talk pIesThat it costs mo for apllle81I I shall want to grow an orchard soon I out In the backyard Ah guvnor that was tho best days temperance work you ever did In your life when you came round that night and stud led my social problem Dont forgot ItRny tlmo you or tho missus is pass lug call in and it we know you are coming wo will have apple dumplings for supper Good night sir heros my oarMarry Drink PhillipsI According to the Advance a Filipino student at the University ot Chicago says that 45 per cent of tho deaths of American soldiers which have occurred In the army hospital In Manila during tho last five years have been due to tho liquor habit There were no sa loons strictly speaking in tho Philip pines prior to the advent of tho Amen can soldiers lie says Since the Amer ican Invasion over 1200 saloons have been established and all are enjoying a prosperous trade I Liquor Traffic a Cancer The liquor traffic la a cancer ciety eating out Its vitals and threntI cuing destruction and all attempts to regulate it will aggravate thn evil There must be no attempt to regulate the cancer It must be eradicated lot a root must be left behind for until this Is done all classes must continue In danger ot becoming vIctims 01 atrong drink Abraham Lincoln Kaisers Teetotal Chauffeurs All the drivers of the kaisers motor cars before their appointment are re qulrod to bled themselves not to tourb u drop of alcohol whether on or ofl duty so long 03 they are In his majes tvs service IS A GRAND OLD RULER talsar Franz Josef Emperor of Aus tria and King of Hungary praiselavished IngaInoand king of Hungary ruler of adoen states and 20 peoples speaking as many languages Is one of tho most remarkable flgurco In tho civilized world today by reason of his great ago his suvcro and simple life the tragedies of his family and above nil tho wonderful way ha holds to gather the warring factions within his empireNo prince of the Hapsburg house over enjoyed such universal respect and reverence and whoever has occasion to approach this Grand Old Man among tile monarchs of the world in filled with enthusiasm for his I charm of manner his democratic ap- proachableness his amazing frank JusticeIten hours n day and moro at stale and military affairs often contenting him self with a quick lunch brought to him at tho desk In his study Franz Josef today remains time samo early riser ho was In the days of his youth and summer and winter rises from his llttlo Iron bedstead at tho early hour of halfpast four Ills toilet bath lug shaving and dressing never takes him longer than half an hour and aa the emperor does not care for civilian dress ho usually dons the uniform of a colonel of one of his own regiments On his frequent shooting expeditions however ho wears coarse dress of Alplno Austria and In his study ho appears In a short mili tary cloak with a peakless soldiers cap Every act of this remarkable old mans life is conducted with military precision Qn tho very stroke of flvo his breakfast a cup of coffee some cold meat and rollsIs brought him- i before six ho la In his study A casual glanco might lend ono to think this was a cozy sittingroom with its dainty pictures framed photographs and charming furniture but the big writing table in tho window the bookshelves and the litter of newspaper cuttings on tabka chairs and floor reveal the rooms true pur poseJust above the emperor writing table hangs n portrait of his late con sort Empress Elizabeth who was stabbed to the heart with a file by a maniac anarchist In Geneva a few years ago Alas this Is but ono of the many dark tragedies that havo over sbaJowed the unfortunate house ol Haiwburg In this study the omperor works uninterruptedly until noon Ilulky packets of papers and minis terlal reports aro read to him and so nrerwUy does he go through this work that he frequently pounces upon con tradlotlons between clauses which have entirely escaped those who have drafted the bill HEAPING INSULT ON INJURY Neighborly Borrowing Has Its Dmwbfeoks as Is Hereby Shown The Blanks who lived on tho third floor had quarreled with the Dashes who lived on the second Tho nn fortunate affair had apparently ended with tho return of numerous household articles which the thrifty Mrs Dash had borrowed from tho easy going Mrs Blank Tho list however lld not Include n French drip coffee pot and a silk umbrella and Mrs Blank toIthe New York World Blank being a mans man kept out of tho quarrel but Dash being moraor lose henpecked was drawn Into it by Ma wife Time other night blank came home to find hlfl wlfo in tears Whwhnt do you think James j That horrid Mr Dash ccut me dead todayOh well what do you care Ho Isnt worth noticing It wasnt tho cut but tho way ho did It sobbed his wife You see their window opens on tho airshaft and you can hear ovary word they say when you nro golug downstairs I heard Mr Dash say to his wit j Minnie whoso umbrella la this J could not catch nor answer but he added Oh well take it anyhow Mines ntthoomcoI1111 1 hall to stop and speak to janitor Mr Dash nnd I came face to loco onl tho front steps mal bo cut mo with m- own daughters umbrella over his Honest his nervii headI And her woos were expressed afresh outburst of cobs Irown for Lawyers Fee e of Private Dalzells In Washington county 0 sent for him to try n ease In 1870 Tho case was tried aslorroad homeless and penniless Dalteli happened to win tho case When the Justice of the peace announced the de cision tho crowd rose and cheered and one bold follow proposed thoy would build a town on the spot and call it Dalzell and It has been done ono of I tbe handsomest little villages in Ohio Bespoken No thank you said Miss De- Mure I dont care to meet iwy new young men Myl exclaimed Miss Cnddlo Vouro tolect all of n sudden No replied Miss Do lure glanc ing dreamily nt her new ring va merely been selected nil ol a sudden Denver TImes e IIIDESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANT t fI r t +O O OvOvO +OvO +O+O+O +O+O +o+ O+o oo +o+ + o- o 1 THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON t 1Ishere and every housewife wants one or more tc loFURNIt Take a Look Through Our Stock rt tiSQI New Florencu Drop Top Bell Bearing Sowing Machinesi+ 125 130 and V15 worth 50 F6O and ofvoI Carriage Satisfaction Here Comfortable bodyfinishcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY P HIGGiNS Prop Richmond Kq II t 10 Madison County Roller Mills MI I4bI4I Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another hzcellent Fleer E ieleL dtI Potts Duerson Whites SuUes Ky J 10 II II 11 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave B rla111u m Arrive RVchmond415 a m Arrivu Imtris528 a m Arrive Cinoinnat750a m Golnr North Train 2 Dally Leaves Burpa 132 pm Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrivo Purs 330 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally pmArrivoGoing South Train I Dally Leiivo Deroa 1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 a m carryinnaiPrrurtarn tirn 1 and 4 Barr Pullman Tetllbuled Sleeping ear ant o ache bttnceu Cincinnati and Kuox tlllo In I oth direction W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO tabla In effect April 16 90S ITI JAST BOUND No1 KaS MOS Vct atle 1013 am SIJiv m Wchofennie IltB 710 7qIUelmamondarii50 ltichawn1 Ir 11 M p m a SO a m Irvine IJS 7a BettljrrHIe 240 I art ggB- tatljrrUlc Jut 800 1020 WR3T BOUND No 4 No 4 No 6 pIIINloI1oUIValley olds r 600ie0IUuOII dr TJiJptn 1JO Irvine its 0eanfIUle JteUyvlUo Jet XM 1030 1 and S wake oJoo connections at- NidoIenlllo to and from Lexington and tIned oill amlBl Vcrulllei to and row mil inetvllla K6 i conne ta at tanrurtlierJnforinaQU adman any e- rYllanItU0 r PAtVersaillesgy BuggiesPhaetons Runabouts J3uijri s- Traps v DurableGraceful Stylish repaint CARRIAGE WORKS- C Manufacturers maim Beattyrllte- tuuetIOaturJaetion Useful r a i thabeetCOLLARS T W SS BUt GFY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the how cn yetiIT j MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky I To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and uptodalo in this part of tho Stnto for doing all kinds of Watch and Clpck Work Jowolry Repairing Etc I do work for tho most prominent vicinityWork oxprenu will have prompt attention and charges paid ono w y- SGFRANELIN IT VKIINOX KENTOCKXK- ETIBKXCE Bttt Cttlt YwilMI s 500 400 300 250 and 225 I IIAlso Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1- I The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known F everywhere throughout the world They have to give teller satisfaction than other nukes because the standard has always been plated so high that the wear L en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere i We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j I fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES i BEREA KENTUCKY f Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J1I1UIIIIIlIIlIII11111111 Let every citizen of Berea who I loves law and order remember the rally at the Parish House on Friday night at 1 Be sure to come Mrs Demmon and her little sou Willardspent Monday in Richmond Mrs Lindsley who was called to Conway N Y by the illness of her father has returned Mrs Lindsleys father died two weeks ago M J Gabbard together with A r F Hays went to Drip Rock last t Friday and mustered in one new member of Capt Jas West outpost there Mr Logsdon of Panola and Brass felt has bought out Mrs Prestons eto k of goods and will begin busi I uehs in Berea at once They are now making an inventory of the gooda on hand i Rev M K Pasco started for Ohio i i willfpeople in Marysville of that state Gen Bernard Matthews the Department i Commander of tho Ken tacky G A R together with Col J H Browning the Adjutant General anent Mr M Minton a prominent at torney and leading G A R man of L1nlllvilJe were in Berea last Friday to make plans for the state Encamp ment here next year They were the guests ot Professor L V Dodge Kev Mr Kitchen preaches at tho Congregational church anti fills his here Sunday 1 Rev W F McCauley whp preaches the Thanksgiving eermod Thanksgivingday Teachers Class in Cincinnati some little while ago said The Supreme Court of The United States has decided that this is a Christian nation and as Christians we would be dis loyal to Jesus notto use a method of placing the Bible before the gener ation now coming up This was said in a discussion in regard to placing the Bible in the public schools There is no home of which a man may say We want no turkey on Thanksgiving day- Lyceum Course I Tho Lyceum Course for 1 DOG is arranged for all in the winter erm as follows Jan 9 Prof Frank I Stone in the monologue Tho Rivals Jan 22 Prof Walter B Tripp i with a miscellaneous elocutionary programFeb or 5 the musicalwonder The Aquarian Chimes Feb 20 Edwin Cyclqne South- t erll with his great lecture If I were the Devil March 5 the great orator Hon Lee Francis Lybarger The course will be superbL DODGE I t I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 nut I ulce Enjoys tiiplliMiiltnllty of PI llpolon1I The Union Society generously granted the use of their Room No 4 Lincoln Hall to Pi Epsilon Pi past Friday night in order that this now society might entertain Utilo Dulco The room was tastefully trimmed with Pi Epsilou Pi banners and the society colors green andwhite Miss Ruth Putnam the President presided and announced the following program Devotional Address of Welcome The tnook Review lote Ute Dodge Ptano SoleA Moonlight SeteMde MlH ConttUi- MOreitoaJeara to Iabor Bud to Walt MlM Ryder Trio The Oantn the lI 1TheMteMrtittMtBaiidMiMndge Declamation The Unknown Speaker MlM Mitchell Marjo SoloA Mountain Donut Jibe llytten KeadlligA IMtfiful Lover Mb Dodd Vocal SololB the fork I the Dew Mk Putnam Each number was well rendered but tho declamation by Miss Mitchell deserves especial mention The musical numbers addedmuch to the program and each guest felt that the evening had been most pleas antly and profitablyspent We understand that Pi Epsilon Pi has challenged Utile Dulco to a liter ary contest The friends of both societies will await with pleasure the public announcement of the contest and from the pronounced ability shown by the participants of last Fridayevening we predict that such a contest will rival in interest the annual debate betweonPhi Delta and Alpha Zeta The cordiality and goodwill existing between Pi Epsilon Pi and Utile Dulce is as creditable to the societies as it is pleasing to their friends A GODST Pntbnll For the last two weeks the foot ball teams of the College and Acade practicingfaithfully Thanksgiving Both are going in to win the contest and the most interest ing game of football for the sea son hero will bo seen Tho two teams are pretty evenly divided the advantage in weight being with the Academy but the College boys ex pot to be just as effective without weight The red and black of the College and the red and tho green of the Academy is seen almost every where showing that nbither side has lack of sympathizers The rooters are also getting together which will considerablyEveryone possible getting getting a whole lot for a very little We understand that Fowler one of the star halfbacks on the Acadamy team is sick and will be unable to = i I play but wo hope that everything will be all right for the game giltlltKIyear of tho game with Georgetown game was called off at the last ThoII ute by Georgetown which left our team without a Into An olTer to play Marshall College at Huntington W Vn Thanksgiving imp081sibloBasket ball practice is now tu or comIbinutionPlant New Forests It has recently been stated thatat the rate of forest destruction the Limited Status within forty years will ho absolutely denuded of meri rlmntnblo timber This is strange to the people of tho wooded regions of the Appalachians but whoa wo come to consider that the annual tie con sumption of the Pennsylvania Rail road alone is about 3850100 ties to produce which about 12800 acres must bo denuded every year and then j reckon up tho ties needed for the whole mileage of railroads in the United States we perceive that the estimate cannot bo far wrong And as yet no substitute has been found againtIwithin tho past row years should make not only our government but the individual citizens of the United States stop cutting down trees long enough to ask what thejjoutcome is to be throughtimehas been struck by the amount of lund lying practically vacant and useless If tho owners of this land would plant it to timber the increase would amount to a heavy por cent of interest on the money invested in a comparatively few years Already a rich harvest has been and is being ronped by those who sot out timber trees in Kansas when the state was first settled A carload of walnut logs cut from trees planted along tho roadside on n farm in eastern Kansas was a surprise to the very twentyfive colIMIbochestnut and catalpa and n fortune onlydosohltion j plantation would begin to yield merchantable timber and by proper culture it would continue to be a profitable investment Tho whole forest is a big j ono says Guy Elliott Mitchell Th a recent letter from Washington Tho idea that n forest is to bo cut over clean and thou abandoned is nothing short of ridiculous from a national business standpoint If we would begin as a nation today to plant a tree in every place whore wo out one down and to replant forests that have already been destroyed and abandoned we would not need to four a timber famine in the future or the drying up of our river and streams and the loss of tho water power they supply SIRES AND SONS j President Loubot says he will probably withdraw from polities altogether whoa his present term expires He could have a reelection but will not The Burl of Oanbrook the oldest surviving British oxcabinet mlntotar Is ninetyone nUll was bettor known to f former generation under his name of Gnthorucllardy Andrew Carnegie has ordered an edi Lion of Goo copies of the poeren of Wilfred Campbell a copy of which ho lutondd to prudent to every ouo of tho Carnegie libraries It III announced at Washington that former President Grocer Cleveland wilt be ono of tho fire roprasuntatlrn of the United States to attend the second peace conference culled at TfieHngub by the czar James J PappaUicodorokounimoun tourgeotopoctos lives nt 4313 South Hoisted street Chicago Ho Is a tin fuctlouor and a Greek No one IiaB ever had the courage to ask him what that middle Initial represents Speaking tho other night nt Manches ter Winston Churchill who Is thlrtjr four years old said In politics u man may bo doscrlbod as u young ipnn of proinlxu until he Is past tho age of slxtyflvc Youth loss mature Is often the object of hostile criticism J S Van Huron whose grandfather was president of the United States has Bjetn appointed general agent of time IGrent Northern Steamship ocmpanyv With headquarters In Hongkong MIL Vnn Huron has boon In the transpacific Btenmslilp business for over thirty yours t Paul V Kcysor ot Atlantic la who Jiiis been made second assistant attoK ney general for time postolHcc depart wont has won swift promotion on lie entered time service four years ago as n Clerk Ho is only twety four years of jigo add Is tho youngest tnnn that has over held the position Charles E Hughes the Now York Insurance Inquisitor had a wonderfully straggling beard when lie first camp prominently Into clew In cornier loA with the present Investigation On the advice of friends ho has had his wblttk ers trimmed Into ronsonnblo xhupo and raw is much less of nn attraction for tho cartoonist in addition to which his appearance la greatly improved n College Items THERE 1IHHHIHH 1FHHHEF and Miss Bigelow of the ilindmnn Institute J visited Borea Monday amid Tuesday W A Hillis oCCIOelantland J II Little ofJ Bristol STomm 1 Saturday and stayed over Sunday at ricunIwas very interesting Miss Mary Pickering ono of our students of last year will leave Friday for Hud Cloud Nebraska whore site will make her future homo with her brother Miss Marv will be greatly missed by nllwho knew liar Miss Lizzie Bongo formerly of Borea but now living at Hamilton Ohio expects to continuo her studios hero this winter John Callahan who is now teaching inBroathitt Countywill return nt time bogiuniugof the winter turm Rose and Corn Kincnid of Len County will return to usfor further study this winter Urias Webb of Bilvia Ky will be with usjigain thl winter The Academy Students have chosen their colors which are the holly shades of dark red and green It has been decided thatr no ron ditions will be put upon players ju the Thanksgiving foot mill lilO This will be a grunt disadvantage to the Academy as they ham bttUI prno ticing players who were strictly to play undor associationjrules Miss Carrie Cline and Miss Anna Brown of Xenia Ohio and Miss Vir glum a Strange of Greenfield Ohio willspend their Thanksgiving hero There will bo a social for the students at Ladies Hall Thanksgiv ing evening Dr Hubbell has just returned from Nashville Teun where he has for several days boon innttendanco at a meeting of tho Sou thorn Teachers Educational Association Prof and Mrs Dinsmore returned Saturday from a two months trip of extension work in the mountains They report good prospects for a- very large attendance this winter Miss Robinson together with Misses HansonComline Masoii and Mayme Tilfoitl attended tho Y W H A Convention + at Chattanooga Toun lost week Miss Pettit of Lexington and Miss Bigelovof Hindman are gutajta of Mrs Frost anti gave an account in Chapel Monday of tho burningof time schoolj buildings in Illndtmui The students and toaahors subscribed something like 100 toward tho fund for the rebuilding of tho school Mr Cartmoll is spending his Thanksgiving in Ohio It Is rumored that when he returns there will lie a Mrs Cartmoll with him Tho Thanksgiving entertainment of tho Model Schools hold at the Tabernacle Tuesday night was very creditable to both tenolters cud pupils and in spite of time rain was Ifstenjjd to by a large company A Nnluml Conjectures Hogan Bedad accordln all ray ports Jawu D Kockyfoller do bu siieddin an occaflionul tear av into Logan Pwhatthdlvn is ho oryiu for nowth moon Fun and Business Notice Students and others needing their clothes cleaned pressed or otherwise attended to can have same well done at low rates by applying to A J L Darier 3 Prospect Cottage any evening after 0 oclock Why dont you leave off that straw huH I want my fntlierin law to notice it and give us a Thanks giving turkoy Indianapolis Jour cal If you want to got roodwarm Winter Clothing for a lima money go to the New York Clothing Store on Dopot street Berea Ky Now George to what class of birds does the eagle belong Birds of prey AntI tho turkoy On the tableLiro BOARDHRS WAXTHD Lodgings and table hoard can be had at tho home of the Itev Amos Stout for four persons Would also furnish table hoard to four others Frederick our marriage anniver Thanksgivingday shall wo give each other a turkey or JIuckfl fWashlngton Post NOTlcECnllon tho Town Marsha and pay your Town Tax I will bo compelled to advertise all taxes not paid by December 1 1SX5 Take Laxative Cold Cure at night and foci 0 1C in the morning At Porter Drug Co- 1 +0 0+o+o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o +o +o +o +o+ od + o I Fumigators and w i 1 o + II+ 0- o + + 0- u + 1 Perhaps the doctor told you to fumigate the t youra1- t are going to move soonand you would like to disinfect i the new home before you move in t ct i- o 1 useo i+ tcal and let us suggest something tIi We handle nil the most reliable Fumfijatars tknow a lot about em and down ourselves corn tpetont to advise what to use 1 1- o 1 t i The Porter iNCORrOIUTWl Drug Co i w Necessitymm or room look nnd feel comfortabletfor the winter Th rc time to buy than now nnd we haveW Iii6i6Shndce Pictures oteII AveiLOUIS 0 LESTER I tE The Little Four= I Building Paper 40 cts per Roll Ship Stuff 95 cts per hundred Meal 50 cts per busheland a Nice lot of Woolen Dress Goods New Stock at Half Price A P SETTLE Jr Iooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo lo I SHOES o io SHOES I I 1 SHOES io 0 S oS io i I We sell the famous WalkOver hoes for j i iand Women the beat shoe on earth forthe price o And we sell the American Gentlemen Shoes for en s innd the American Lady Shoes for Women made by i Hamiltonfyown Shoe Company When you need i Shoes call and sec our line before buying elsewhere a- e a- I o 0 8 The New Cash Store I u RHODUS GREEN PROPS o a- QSOSoeoSoSOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoloeoeoeoeoSoSoeoeoloioeoeoe av NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER a 1 1AllImportant Iliiiipeiiuiffs rlUt Havo Itecentlyr1ransplretl Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movemen tf Government Officials and Other Interesting Bvants Culled Condensedannd Noted Dispatches tram Southwestern Itus MB Indicate that tho Zlonlto movo moot hAS boen given a powerful Imp tua by Inn nutUonlsh disorders lIun Ireds of Jewish families are leaving or preparing to tefcvo for Palestine Railway ratemaking was agaIn considered by the senate commUti jn Interstate commerce but In an In formal way u no tneasuro has rett- oel10 prcsoalod to tho committee upon which It ran basv its action Vlows were expressed by several mambo which Indicated a sharp division as rar- ItS the situation has developed The worships of the powers which iroposo to mako a demonstrntlc against Turkey arrived at Piraeus anti xchnnROd sulutM and omolal vlslta Tie comuwKdeiM of tho vtfMuls nre walling InMructtoM Tho IMrkUh ports and the aultan iwllnod the demands for the Intern oval control of Macedonias flnanot and tho power u4I1 eompel the ultan In yield Uy force If neoeeeary- OIopnlohM from Athens say t1ut wo Unwdan veeMto will join In tl niornationnl demonstration In Turk h wntorm but that Germany ebort- o sign ot partiolpiUiiig- Tliero are signs at the sublime porte elding to tko deeiABds of the power IlL coalrul the flnwmt in Maeedonh- O al mine operator of the west met m ChloflMO The operators from Pent ylranla West YlrgiMa and Kentuok wrro not iv w Mnted as It watt repor J they wo M be to endeavor to lTeet a national ngreemunt to onuso a get r u strike mabUiuc thtrni to get rid of heir surfiIUP coal by causing a 00Il furalnoMldsblpwaa Minor MertweUwr jr f Lafayette La a member of the hird olaM of the naval aeademr at nnntwllit Md WM put on trial No fro H naval courtMUtrUttl on cbargs hat Include that of aMlavchter Ia avlng onMwd tW death of Mldflhli flan Jamea R Draneli jr of New Vurk a member of the claw abov him oi A refill of a prearranged fiat rjtaL To Inaueamt Tliiolert Roesevsl i rt eldent of the United Slates lallt March cost 14M91 a grouter Mlm ban was vr spent for any prevkiH naugurnUoa Twoalytkrr ChliHtoe have been ar- rMtht for coropWolty IN the mls4os I jry inafiMem IH wkieh MM Maehl nd daughter at Cincinnati rtero kill t d rile ootiiMlMloK named by th hlnoo HBr nun srt to inventigate ant nt work Cad many othr arrests are pedal to follow The Ultloflilp Virginia complot her oiQcUl Iteed Ural teeta la a four sour endurance run down the GOut luring which idle slightly exceeded her nlraqt ejKwa of 19 knots an hour Tho Annual report of the auditor for he last office department for Ue roar ndod June 30 1806 shows the flsca pcrntlona of the department to bav- been an follows Revenues of the pot- ral eorvlco flt2826SS5 expandlturet of tho postal enIce 167399169 to tal amount of money orders lesuod do meaUc II01S1CJU foralm 4S03 248 Treraondous activity developed In Colltlcsl circles In London consequent on the circulation of a wcltfoundot report that Premier Balfour bad de 4dod to rcoign end make an appeal to the country The ccnttnnUl celebration of the ChrteUnn ohurch as founded by Alex under Ctttnpbell will be celebrated In PltUburg titOctober 1909 It Is pro posed louinstid 10000 a year proniot fill Iho event In the examination of protected bal Iota bctoro Justice Olugerich In 14 dls trlcla In New VorkMl was found that Mayor MoCM llsn and Mr Hearst had gained 29 votes oath and Mr Ivlni lghl votos- Soventocn men at work In the tun rel which the Long island railroad Is xcavnllng Com long Island City to the toot of 42d street New York worn + njurcd by tilt explosion of a stick of Jyimmllo at the bottom of a 70 foot shaftSenatorlFornlcor presented to tho eouato txigtnrftteo of Interstate com merce tlio draft of his bill to amend tho Interstate commerce law In regard to railroad rates Men ot all creeds and sects In Ber lin have united In a strong protest against till assassinations ot Jews In Russia Reports of rumors of a conspiracy agalnut the person of President Palma havo Droved to be unfounded Tho prcttWent and Ida family no longer re- traIn from appearing In public Daniel B Uandmann a Shukspeare an actor of note and ono of tho best known iXHridents ot Montana dropped dead al hie ranch near Missoula of hcartCnHiirp Ghiiivflle Owln cashier of the Bank of Huytl Mo has disappeared and tt la charged bat ho has absconded with 18000 ot the banks funds A reward of fCOO has beou offered for his apprehend At the riK iur meeting of the trull tins of the Mutual Life Insurance Co tho offer of Pieililont Richard A Me Curdy to havo his salary reduced from 150000 to 75000 was accepted and further reductions were made amount- Ing nil together to 150000 In tlio Insuranco Investigation Oeo 1 Tarbell second vice president of the KqultnbJe Life Bald Whllo ad milting that wrong had boon dono by Insurance officials ho had no apologl to make for any of thorn and tbat he hoped they would bo punished Wm S Manning tbo rantankoro friend up tho river testified bororo the legislative investigating commit too Ho detailed his work for arlous companies for many years and C1I18 gradually to tho tlmo whoa ho took up Insuranco work In Albany and as ho testified was paid 4 GO n your by John A Nichols to protect life Inllul slice always In the Interest of the business but not In tho interest of tho ofUcors In the legislative Investigation M W Madison bookkeeper of tho New York Life said that In one Instanco a profit duo to the New York Lifo of 87187 from which was deducted reason being given tho sum of li9 810 paid to Androw Hamilton who has boon described In tho courso of Ibo Investigation as tho insuran legislative generalissimo The statement of tho treasury bal autos in tho general funds exclusl of Uio 150000000 resole show baanco134O8158ld certificates 44042440 The Culver military academy CuI vor Ind has tho latest listing scn dnl Eleven boys were dismissed rol lowing a hating administered to Qt dels Few and Harris of Jefferson City MoA denpemte Attempt to eseapa from the state penitentiary was made by four oottvfots resulting In a terrlRc battle with weapons and nitro giyoe Inc at the prison sate a running gbl through tho streets of Jefferson City and the final capturo of the four con vlcts two of whom were hot and wounded ono dying laths Two prig on officers were shot dead and a thlnl seriously wounded The steamer Ario went aground near Holland MIoh about 300 fei from shore The life saving crew la bored for hours In futile attempts to reaoh the stranded ship Robe Smith then tied to his body a Une thrown from the wreck to the strut flag llfo boat and wso dragged ttooMglt the foaming waves to the d ok of ha Argo wading wfel wifcore riot the four women paseei gene and a little girl and then OM after another the other passengers IUId those of the crew who had MM oboe toremainWhether the pr u dent s4taJ be reo punted to r oomme d to congress tht MtlrorlMtton of battleships dlsplaoin ueOO audotJGItQ tops yes qtt Secretary Uoneparte who list beta him the boards conflicting reports It Is persistently reported that there has been a mutiny In the Ittnck Sea fleet and that portions of the SebasU pol garrison have mutinied killing the duet of staff and wounding a ookine According to Lester Bodlne super lalendeat of compulsory education of Cook county Chicago there am 18 000 desertions every year In Chloagc Largo famlllet Bodlne says are LIte cause of wife desertion The president has appointed Re Bdward S Travers assistant rector of Trinity church Boston chaplain of thlt Vnltod States military academy to succeed Her Herbert Shlpman reo signed Mrs Francis Burton Harrison wit of tho former congressman and dome cratlc candidate for lieutenant govern or of New York In 1904 was killed by being thrown from her automobile on Thomas avenuo Long Island CIty Mrs Harrison was Immensely wealth and was a daughter of Charles F Crocker of San Francisco tho former railway magnate Charles T Crocker her brother who was alto injured In the accident la a member of tho sophomore class in the academic deportment at Yale He Is reputed tic richest student at Yale Not long ago to camo Into possosalon of 5000000 Mrs Julia Davie an aged negress who was ono tlmo cook for Theolor itoosovelt the father of Ircstdcn loosovolt and later for the president lied at her home in Oyster Bay L J ihe was 76 years old Her husband Alfred Davis who surtlves her wa employed as a gardener for 40 year by the Roosevelt family Scnator J R Burton of Kansas wan round guilty on all six counts In tin ndlotmeut upon which ho has boer 011 trial charged with having agreed to incept and hating aoceptod comport ntlon from the Rialto Grain and Sc mritlos Co of St Louis to appear foi tho company Iu tho capacity of an at cmoy bofore the post offlce depart nont Mrs James BInlsong the handsome oung vrlfo of a loading physician ol ifpntlcollo Mss shot and killed Dr H Thomas Uutlor Iu his office Pro oaalonal troubles ere reported to have been at the bottom of the feud which- tad existed between the two families Cor BOUIO tlmo Dr Charles Loc Smith was form illy Inaugurated president of Mercer university Macon On with exercise at which many of tho leading educa tonal Institutes ot tho country were opreacnted At tho observatory of tho Tacubayn inlvcrslty a now comet was discover cd The astronomer say that the omot which cnu bo seon with a small eleacope Is flying mvlftly toward the sun Gen Croztor ohlot ordnance officer or the army has given an order for ntrenchlng tools for the enlisted men of the army The American Fodotatlon of Labor refused to grant a charter to the NI tonal stogie Makers League bevnut tho trade is so closely identified with cigar making The National Grange patrons ofbul Lnndr unanimously favored a Iro posed movement to have the forma organize independent telephono com panics In tholr various localities as a moans of securing moro reasouab rates and bettor service through oom petition The National Grange patrons of husbandry adopted a roeoluUon declarir That wo as American citizens bo here it is ovory mans privilege to work as many hours an ho wills tor pay and that onorgy thrift and aothity are entitled to encouragement and should command rightful oompens tlon for services rendered The state entry of King Haakon VII and Queen Maud into Christiana IIS a brilliant affair The now sovorolgi wore welcomed with every demonstr tlon of good will Tho weather 1U snowy and foggy but tlio enthusIasm of tho crowds wan not dampened JJualnoss fallutcfl for tho week ending November M number 221 as against 198 tbe previous week 193 lu the like week of 1904 167 In 1903 182 in 1902 and 189 In 1901 Frank Cor aged 37 was arrestedat Litchflold 111 by local authoritli charged with robbing tho post ofltce at Warden Ho confessed guilt Blame for tae collision between tile United Fruit Cos steamer Espar and the United States lighthouse tender Magnolia while tho latter was con veying President Roosevelt from Nuw Orleans to the cruiser West Virginia was fixed on the Dtparto by Capt Kelly and Bean the New Orleans 111 spectersAnnouncement was made of the sa o of 23UOO acres of oil territory In tbo Casey flekl Clark county Illlnol There are about CO wells on tho prop sill having a dally production ot bo tween GOO anti 700 barrels Two unknown men entered the 110me of Gus Racer near Arcola III bound gagged and assaulted hte 178IOId daughter Battle They left her un consotouv while they plundered tbo house Unequivocal denials of tho allegations of the packers In their spool pteoa tIled some time ago In the boet trust herring woro made by Unite States Attorney Morrison in his repl which he flied in Chicago TIle British navy is to have the fast set torpedo boat destroyer afloat A contract will shortly bo awarded for a destroyer of 000 tons propelled by turbine engine of at least 30000 In dleatod horsepower and capable ot maintaining a speed of 36 knots or as laud miles aa hour Gold has again been fount In Ireland This Urae the discovery baa boen made In the vicinity of Dongli en about 30 mlle from the oily ot Londonderry Private Information has been revolt ed at Stockholm that J P Morgan jr recently paid 16000 for a Mbou steamboat ride With all 110118 of toeing restored to health gone seeing himself in the ft turo as a burden to his family Mil friends Jacob Bernhardt tit Cinolt natl acting oity detective ended h1l life with the revolver which had bees his companion on polio duty The Presbyterian board of mission has decided to refrain from lodging any claim against the Chinese govern ment for indemnity on account of tha killing of the flvo mlsslonarios at Lien chow about a month ago Dr Clarence Dartow ambulanci surgeon ot Roosevelt hospital NOT York was killed while on duty on hit ambulance Mrs Kldder tho hymn writer diet it Chelsea Mass She was 86 year atageThe controller of tho currency wet xdvised that tho First National band of Llneville Ala had been closed bl order of tho board of directors Emperor Francis Joseph of Auatrli had Eml erg Nicholas ot RusRa have clegraphed King llaa con congratulat lng him on his elevation to the B ron 1fNorwayTho States sold Canada lac rear exports to tlc value of 166000 000 This amount constituted more than 62 per cent of tho wholo Cana hart Imports but was only 11 per cent ot the foreign exports of tho United States Abram E Gwynne formerly a member of the brokerage firm of Chauncey i Owynne of Cincinnati died at hli tome in Now York Ho was born In Cincinnati 52 years ago and was n mother of Mrs Cornollun Vanderbilt Among the contributors to a uollcc Jon taken up in Indianapolis for the eneflt of Russian Jews was Vice resident Charles W Fairbanks who It Is announced by tho committee in barge in Now York sent 100 Monslo Williams negro was lynch cd at Tanglpabon La for connection with tho attempted assault upon Mrs George an aged white farmers wife Ue Is said to have confessed There will bo no flowers In either louse on tho opening day ot oongrclo- wIng to tho order Isaued by Speaker annon The Atchison Topeka l Sunta Fe railway has allowed passtnger ongl icera on the division between Albu iicrnuo and El Paso an increase ot rages of from 365 and 375 per hun drod miles to 375 end 390 Gen B J Vlljoon Is negotiating for end near El Paso Tex on which to mind another colony for the Doers who recently abandoned tholr homes In Chihuahua Mox Work was begun on tho boring of n Ig tunnel for the Denver Northwest Hn Pacific tho Moflat railroad hough the continental divide at the astern portal near Tullaud Col WEALTH ON FARMS Secretary Wilson Issues His Au nnal Report Value of the Crops In 1905 le 6133 000000 the Highest Ever At talned In Thior Any Other Country Washington Nov 2iWesRh pre duotlon ou the farms of tko Unite States in 1005 readied the hlghes amount over attained In this or another country 6415000000 In tho first annual report of Ills third torn Secretary of Agrloultur WHnon presents an array of figure and statements representing the prod ucts and profits of the farmers of thl country which ho admits dreams o wealth production could hardly equal I Resides tho enormous yield of wealth the secretary estimates tbl1t tho farms of tho country have Increai I od In value during tho past five year to apresent aggregate of 6133000 000 Title Increased value the secrctar suggests Is Invested bettor than In bank deposits or oven In the giltedge bonds of private corporations Analyzing tho principal crops tOf tho year the secretary says that coy reached its highest production with 2 708000000 bu a gain of 4200000 over the next lowest your 1899 haT- h second in order of value although cotton held second paoo during lha two preceding years Tho hay crot this year Is valued at 603000000 Col ton comes third with a valuation or 57to0000 wheat 526000000 oats 282000000 potatoes 138000000 barley 58000000 tobacco 52000 000 feugar cane and sugar beats 50 000000 rice 13802000 dairy prod nOW 665000000 an Increase of 54 000000 over last year The farmers hen the secretor ayels becoming a worthy companion to his cow The annual production of eggs is now a score of billions Paul try products have climbed to a pine of more than a half billion dollars In value BO the farmers hon compete with wheat Tor precedence There are more horses and with a larger aggregate value than over be foro notwithstanding as the secretor says they were first threatened by tho bicycle and later by the suburban trolley and the automobile Ho eati mated their value at 1200000000 or nearly as much as the corn crop MX th valuo of mules at 882000000 In the aggregate the value of farm nnlnfels line increased a few ralllloi dollars within the year and since thi oOHis of 1900 have Increased 9 per alit SIXTEEN WERE KILLED Two Passenger Trains Collide on a Massachusetts Railroad Lincoln Mass Nov 27Slxleen persons were Wiled 25 were scrkHul Injured and probably a core of other cut and bruised In the most disastrous railroad wreck recorded in this BUU for many years Tho wreck occurred Sunday night at Bakers Ridge stattou a mile and a half west of Lincoln on the main line of tho Fitchburg division ot the Boston Maine railroad The regular Sunday express which left Boiton at 745 ocock for Montreal by way ot the Rutland system crashed into the rear of an accommodation train bound for points on the Marl boro branch line and which started from Boston at 715 Of tho dead a dozen wore passengers In tho two rear cars of tho Marlboro train Tho other two wore Engineer Barnard of the Montreal express and ids fireman No passenger on tho express train was in Jured Of those who lost their lives a number woro apparently killed in stantly In the collision while others trdre clthpsi bimicd to loath or died rom t miaocitlenSAILORS IN MUTINY cbastopol Is In Danger of Falling into Their rjand Sebastopol Nov 27The long ox ced mutiny of Bailors whohave icon on the verge of revolt for months has porno awl Russias stronghold on the Black Sea is in danger of fnlllug omvletely Into their hands Tho sit Htton Is very critical All the hOT qufppages numbering 4000 men ara In oPen rebellion and driven away or aken their oulcors prisonorF TIll host regiment of Infantry has gono over In a body to the mutineers Gen Neptuoff tho commander of the ortrbss Is u captive The Ulolottok regiment tbo only other regiment in Iho city received the mutineers with ihocrs but thus far It remain loyal Icsldoa the Blelostok regiment there ire two battalions of artillery and 1 lattallont Iho fortress artillery here Tho EuxTuo fleet la standing Iu the ifflng and Is still obeying the ordo s ot- Vice Adm Chouknln but the crows ire disaffected and tholr is grave doubt whether they cap bo rostalnpd rom joining the mutineers and great or doubt that thoy will 41ro upon thorn American Imports Into China Washington Nov 7Thc total val ue of merchandise exported from tha United States to China In the ton months ended with October 1905 was 60104767 against 20057184 fdV the same period of 1904 which up to that tine was the high record year Greeting To Russian Workmen St Petersburg Nov 37Count VlttA has received a tologram of greet Ing frmn the American Federation ot abor to the Russian workmen He has nuthorlfd Ill pubJcutlou IJL the nompa ers STATE ILrirJ FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS President Roosevelt Makes Several In the State cf Kentucky Washington Nov 23Rocenti President Roosevelt took up with In ternal Revenue Commissioner John W Yerhoa the republican state chalrma and other representative Kentucky ro publicans some federal appointment in that state As a result of this cot sldcratlon he announced tho fwI- ng appointments for Kentucky Ther are to bo effective at the expiration ot the tome of tho Incumbents and arc as follows William O pleating ot Flemlngsburg to be surveyor of the port at Louisville vleo C M Barnett George W Long ot Lcltchfteld to bo United States marshal for Iho wester district of Kentucky vice AddIson D James Capt Stephen G Sharp to bo United States marshal for the caster district Reuben 11111 to bo Unite States attorney for the western dli trlct JameS S Tinsley to bo Unite States attorney for the eastern Ills trlct It Is announced also that Gcorg W Lleborth collector of Internal rei onuo at Covlngton Edward T Franki collector of Internal revenue at Ov onsboro Samuel J Robots collector I of Internal revenue at Lexington and J A Kraft collector ot Internal rove nue at Louisville will be continued In office THE STATE COLLEGE A Movement To Remove the Instill tlon To Some Other City Lexington Ky Nov 27it became known hero that a discussion among several trustees of State college In favor of removal of the Institution to some other city in the state loca prejudice being alleged had crysta lied Into a definite plan to recon mend the stop to tho next legislature Of six trustees communicated with five oppose tho proposition Tho plan here Is worth over a dollar and by reason of the fact that the cit gavo the grounds upon which it is located the pant would revert to the city The government experiment sU tlon nas a handsomo building anel grounds in conjunction with tho col loge and tho government would bay tho right to protest should the legit lature attempt the action suggested Judge Henry S Darker of LouIsvilU a member of the court of appeals II credited with being behind the move In a statement he favors the removal of the college to Louisville but say that ho Is not the father of the plan which as far as ho knows has not yot taken official farms DR GALVINS SCHEME He Proposes a Public Denlst For the Children of Louisville Louisville Ky Nov 2The Pall Clty will have a public school tooth extractor and repairer before many lays if the resolution which Dr T W Oalvln member of the Loulsvlll- hool board will present nt the next meeting ot the body is adopted Th- iteasuro provides for the appointment of a dentist at tho expense of tho pub- lIc to look after the teeth ot the pu ills Glenn Residence Burned CovIngton Ky Nov I7Tho beau Iful homo of lIon Dudley A Glenn In Dlnmoro Park Latonla was do troycd by fire presumably starting from a defective flue Mr Glenn had the property Insurod for 2500 but the iatnage it Is estimated will be double that amount A 10009 Damage Suit Winchester Ky Nov 27A suit or damages in tho sum of 10000 hat been filed In the circuit court by B T iVflodfbrd a prominent young farmer igatnst II B Schrlver a merchant tore had Woodson McChord sheriff oi lark county the result ot a whippIng affray Suddenly Summoned Newport Ky Nov 27WlIlIt sitting with bls family In the Woolsact sliding on Fourth street Wm W Me ay janitor of that building and also of St Pauls Episcopal churoh was uddenly seized with a hemorrhage of- Lbo lungs and expired soon afterward Girl Committed Suicide Maatsonvtlle Ky Nov 24Mss Mary hors of Beaulah this county committed suicide by shooting It Is Itd she killed herself on account ot the death of her lover Robert Wyatt fho was Hilled In a duel with Jack Jones about a month ago Worry Caused Death Newport Ky Nov 4lr3 Louisa trlckor 75 who until about four weeks ago lived in this city but was rderod from hero by tho police IlS- found dead in a room at 234 Broadway CIncinnati Continued worry over hoi roubles was tho main cause Turkeys For the Eastern Market Frankfort Ky Nov S7 Central entucky Is tho greatest turkeyrals Ing section in the world and it is ruin there that at least 1000000 poundI havo already gone to Boston New York Philadelphia and Ballimora for till Thanksgiving season Woman Attempts Suicide Lexington Ky Nov 27lame Mary Atnllf a pretty young girl formerly pf Maysvlllc but nor In business In tblo city attempted suicide by taking lorplilne The cause of the rush act II nol Vnowa FOUR PERSONS HURT Frost Interfered the Workings of the Car Drakes Owcnsboro Ky Nov 24 Becuso there was frost on the rails the motor man on a street car could not stop his car carrying eight passengers In time to avert a collision with A west bound Louisville Henderson St Louis freight train at tho Brcchcnrldge street crossing Three passengers pad tie motorman received injuries none however being fatally hurt The In jured are Motorman John Bopp hips badly bruised I O Brady face cut and arm mashed T L LIton Injured in a number of places about the body His coat was torn comp1e eI1 from ills aboutthewhop struck by the engine the front end being smashed and as tho first box car passed it struck the rear end of tho street oar crushing It like an egg shell Tho motorman and several passengers jumped beforo tho collision occurred WILL BE HARD PICKING A Thanksgiving Turkey Found With a Wooden Leg Versailles Ky Nov 25 Among a lot of turkeys received by E T Plain lag of Scott county who is buying up Thanksgiving birds for tho eastern market was found a turkey with a wooden leg Tho leg had been ampu tated just below tho joint and an art tidal leg hail been so neatly adjusted with a strip of leather that at first glance It was hardly to bo distinguish ed from tho natural limb The fowls los wcro fastened when It was received and when tho fastening was cut looso the turkey got up and stumped about like a person with a wooden leg EARLY CLOSING It Is Ruinous To Trade Says Coving ton and Newport Merchants Covlngton Ky Nov 27 Trades and Labor Assemblies of Konton and Campbell counties on protest of tho business men of Covirgton and New port that tho closing of their storesiat tho time stipulated by the Clerks union resulted In driving trade to Cincinnati stores has decided that stores keeping open beyond the hour fixed by tho union shall no longer bo declared unfair to union labor A provision Is made that satisfactory ar rangements must be established to give the clerks tho hours demanded by the union by other clerks taking turns at long and short nights BURLEY TOBACCO ASSOCIATION The Indications For Its Success Are Very Blue Mt Sterling Ky Nov 24 Indica tions are blue fur tho success of the Bluegrass Burley Tobacco association and the promoters seem discouraged Growers arc slow In signing their to bacco to the company and as the time limit expires Saturday night it seems now as It the project Is a failure There arc 40 counties in the asspcliS tlon and the crop will roach over tvCJ hundred million pounds The repre sentatives of tho American Tobacco Co are In high glee over the outlook Rifled a Letter Louisville Ky Nov 27harry Me Craw who camo here Qnq week aYa from Cincinnati wan arrested by De tectives Maher and Sexton on a warrant Issued at tIm Instance of JoetSlaughter It Is alleged b SlaugHter that he gavo McGrav slettericbn taming 1 and instead of malHug lt McQraw Opened It and appropriated the contents h Fear ball Will Return Loxlnglon Kys Nov 27Col tog ers Williams loft for Mlddlcaboro to Investigate tho further necessity 6t troops in Bell county Since tho troops worn sent there nine nicu have boon arrested Frank Ball Is otlll at large Some people fear Ball will return to reorganise his gang after tho soldiers are withdrawn Killed While Making a Coupling Hopklnsvllio Ky Nov 6John Tanner a brakeman on tho second section of freight No 37 on tho Louis yule Nanhvillo railroad was killed at tho First street crossing In this city Ho fell between the cara while making a coupling and was crushed to death Named Circuit Judges Frankfort ly Nov 5oov Dock hank appointed the following special circuit Judges M M Redwine of El lIutt county for tho coming term of the Morgan court John P Wells of Johnson for tlio coming term of the totchcr court Mistaken For a Burglar Honkinsvtlle Ky Nov 27 Miss Fannie Wont daughter of Constable William II West shot and probably fatally wounded her brother Josoph West She mistook him for a burglar as he was entering the house and shoi him through the neck Not a Candidate For Governor Louievlllo Ky Nov litfours Patterson of the curler Journal an nounces that ho will not accept a now inittlon for governor of Kentucky oi any other omen oven in thn event that it were unanimously tcmliTCd him I I I I 1IIII1I111i II I I I II I I I I I I 12 I I I I I I I 111111 H++ Eastern Kentucky News No eontipOBdenw pabllthed DIet ilpied ta toll by the writer The ntme It sot for soMieitton but M ta evidence of rood faith Write plainly 1 I I I I III H III I H I 11 I I I I I I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Nov 27 What nice weather wo nro having now for tho time of the year Fanners are about nil done gathering corn Harrio Wodal of Berea rented a house near Boones Gap from J H Lambert nnd moved if there the first of the weekRev J hodfromcounty David Grant and family have moved to Cinder Switch Mrs Martha Dobbs who has been visiting friends and relatives in this county SpringPlacesic Kerbie went to Conway Saturday ovening C C Drew of this place tvent to Climax on business last week Rev J F Phelps of Carteraville i assed through this neighborhood i aturday on his way to East Scaffold ane where ho preached Sunday CeV J W Lambert and family visited J H Lambert and wife Sun day JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Nov 27Mr G M Parsons was in McKee part of the week on busi ness Sheriff Lainhart of Foxtown was in our vicinity Saturday on busi nessMr W B Walker is now in the tie hauling trudoDr Bige Wilson is somewhat in the poultry business He now has the finest r breed of fowls in the country any whereI wish to correct a mistake of our junior friend in his part of last weeks locals in regard to our school attendance The figures 0 and 8 must have had reference to our district being six by eight and not to the attendance in school as our attendance has not been that low for a number of years We feel that ur school is being taught by one whose work and theories are worthy of patronage and are unquestionable by anyone The work seems to speak for itself as there are quite a number of pupils from adjoining districts at tending and especially one from anothercountyMr Abraham Cof fey of this place deputy sheriff of the Fifth Magisterial District Cava naugh on Monday the 20th inst lost in McKee a bill book contain ing f107 and official papers which had been placed in his hands for ex ecution The money was all in paper bills of the following sizes Two twentys four tens one two and the remainder was in fives Mr 1 Coffey has offered a reward of 25 i for the book The reward money is deposited in the bank at McKee Dr L W Harrison of Alcorn was here SundayMarriedon the 22nd inst at the nome of the bride MrI Samuel Hurley of this place to a Miss Henderson May their future path be strewn with flowers Mr i Edward Richardson has purchased another pair of oxen and contemplates t going into the logging business soonMr John Bird and wife of McKee have been visiting friends and relatives at this placeMr Willie Gabbard of Travelers Rest was here among friends Sunday Rev Mr Parsons preached interesting sermons to the people at this place Saturday and SundayMrs John Thompson is visiting friends in McKee this weekThe people of i his place extend a hearty welcome i Mr J K Baker and family of 7 razil who expect to move hero soon Mr Thomas Blanton of Alcorn is t wing to his new purchased homo 1rthis placeMr Mack Powell Loved to his new home last week Moving at this place is one of the moving issues Misses Willie Cox and Sue Alcorn visited friends and relatives on Nappy Top Friday SAND GAP Nov 27We are having some nice weather now and farmers are taking advantage of it by gathering corn Corn is very good and plenti ful in this vicinity and is selling at a reasonable priceChickens and eggs are bringing a good price Our merchant A P Gabbard is giving twenty cents a dozen for eggs seven and a half cents per pound for chickensrThanksgiving is coming on and many are expecting a grand timeE E Durham has a large hog that he says he is going to slay for Thanksgiving He says he must have pork and dumplings for his Thanksgiving dinnerMisses Anna Powell and Martha Jones who are teaching school at Long Branch and Pine Hill got out of their head and observed lost Thursday as Thanksgiving Miss Powell had preaching at her schoolhouse and Miss Jones brought her pupils and came out to Sand Gap to visit Miss Johnson and her school Miss Emma Johnson visited Miss Anna Powell last Saturday and Sunday week Mrs A P Gabbard visited Mrs J K Durham a few days ngoMrs J I I I I I I I I 01 I I I I 1it1tHIi Ida McIntosh mud children of Ham visitingfriendsloft yesterday for their homo Nathan Williams and family leave today for Standby Illinois where thoy will make their homo Wo re gret to lose sucha good citizen James Williams of Clororbottom has sold his laud and timber on South Fork to tho Parks C Burdolto Company of BorooMrs Jamoe Wil linens who has been ill for sometime is quite well ngainMiss Lula lint field of Korby Knob was a guost at IJ R Durhams last Saturday weok plnetlastJohn Bryant of Middletown Ohio was among the preachers mid gave some interesting talks Rev Bryant is an table speaker anda plain ex plainorC S Durham has his chimney completed and has bought a broom and says the noxt thing ho needs is a chimney sweeperMiss- Edna Wilson who is touching school at Korby Knob and Mr Ward who is teaching at Rock Lick went to Green Hall Miss Wilsons homo last Thursday and returned to Korby Knob Sunday evening It is not H known fact but it is supposed that Mr Ward and Miss Wilson thought last Thursday was Thanksgiving too James Durham writes ho is teach ing a singing school at Wind Cave and having fine success Among those who attended church here yes terday wore Boo Williams Campbell Nealy and George Kerby George was looking dismal but Boo and Cum wore smiles as broad us their mouths would allow and that was no leetlo tinysmiluThn Ever Greou correspondent asks if we know that Christmas will soon bo hero Why certainly not What is it and whoa will it appoarPE E Durham has returned from Lancaster and says IfI tho world is as broad as it is longI it is sure to be a whapper EVERGREEN Nov 28All the people in this community aro about done gathering cornRev Mr Tupper of Bore attended our regular meeting at 1iue Grove with Rev Mr Kitchen and was enjoyed by all All the people want him to come back again very much General Martin took an active part in the prnyar meeting Wednesday nightMrs R F Jones and her two daughters paid Mrs J W Jones a flying visit Sunday Mr T F Lake called on Miss Wade Ballard SundayThere is going to be a box supper at tho Ballard school house Saturday night Everybody is invited Please remember the prayer meeting every Wednesday night DOUBLE LICK The Editor visited Pine Grove Double Lick Post Office Saturday and Sunday in company with Rev Mr Kitchen who visits that county once a month As we climbed up Big Hill on our way thither we could not but be struck by tho readiness andease with which a pike could be built up that much dreaded road All tho road metal is there at hand and the Hill is passed over by more teams in a year than any other strip of road in the country The three counties of Jackson Madison and Rockcaatlo should unite and build a road here that would bo of equal benefit to each of those counties We recommend to tho citizens who make use of the Big Hill road to begin agitation to the end of having it piked And then Jackson county should continue the pike to McKee We came by dinner time to the hospitable home of Joel Lake and after dinner wont over to tho Pine Grove school and church house where j we met 8 small but appreciative congregation We learned that there was to bo a box suppor at the schoolhouse that night and the Editor de cided to attend especially us he Watt invited to give un address on oduoa tiou On coming to tho school house at night he found it well filledwith young mon and women and quitoti good number of older people Tho boxes were soldat auction and brought such a price that tho suspicion arose that tho boys know whoso boxes they wore buying The pro seeds of the supper amounted to something over twelve dollars curl are to be devoted to tho dressing of a Christmas Tree The address was listened to with very good attention Returning to Mr Lakes for tho night wo wont in tho morning to tho Grove whore a good congregation SundayschooWe kept up all winter generally and a WednesdayIsome thirty years of persistent work by the people and those who have come from time to time to help thorn The church which is the only Con i 0 grogational church in Jackson conn ty was organised in tho first instance by President Fairchild and others As a result of the Work that has been done here the community is one of moro than usual intelligence and enterprise It is to bo congratulated on tho advent of Mr L B Martin formerly of Sand Gap who has ro contly moved in and started to wiling goods Mr Martin shows his good sense and his love of order and good manners by refusing to sell pistol cartridges and hot drops Jamaica ginger and the like believing these aro a prolific source of trouble Mr Martin will henceforth bo tho correspondent ofthe Citiseu from this community atloast of that part of it that patrontaes the now poet ofilco of Doublo Lick Tho Editor enjoyed his visit very much and will be glad to go again when he ann OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK Ou November 7 Taylor Price Gabbanl of Cow Crook Oivsley county Kywas chosen Representa tive on tho Republican ticket in the 71st Representative district of Ken tucky composed of the counties of Clay Jackson and Owsley On his fathers side ho Is a grand son of Honest Ike Gabbard n hunter and peacemaker of renown and Jinn Jane Isaacs Gnbbanl who came from Virginia during the early part of the Nineteenth Century and settled on Indian Creole at what is now Ricelown Otraley county Ky On his mothers side he Is a grandson of Ann Downey of henry Marshall county Illinois had a great randson of Edward McKinley of Janceboro Louth county Ireland His father Michael Gabbard Long Miko to distinguish from Old Mike Short Mike find Big Mike served his country from 01 to 05 Enlisted thy famous Sth Kyand alter this battle of Vrryville Oct 8 lOOt WM trans erred to the Voioraii Rpwnre Corps suit sent North to guard Con federate prisoners While stationed Itt Camp Douglass Chicago he iHftrriod Mary Ann laughter of Ann Downey H woman of superior qualities who at the dose of the war came with her hiwlmml to Dwslev county Ky whess they have resided over since Being the eighth 1nH1bMIIf a familyof fifteen children a graduate from the Nonas Department of IJerea OoUng18 lull cue of the most popular anti auoconsful teaches in Owsle county Mr Gabbard promises fair to be a leader and the fact that he had uooppcdtioo either in the primary or the geeeral election is striking ovWeoee of kU qualiflw ions and upright character Premiums Arrangements have been made by which some of the finest products of The National Art Company of New York are offered ae premiums to new ubscribers Three pictures are lOp- ios of famous paintings aril are really what they lK1rport to IHl works murt As long so the supply lasts one will be given to each new siibsstflMir who pays for one year in advance They are of oil felmpes and alstes from four by six to ten by twenty inches and the most of them aro fri tended to be fastened to a mat fa framing They can be seen by anyone calling at the office of the Citizen ALL CHILDREN lit birth Inherit a predispo I sition to bodily ills and mentsmoro or JOltS serious The stomach and mostprolific health They are the hotbeds of ease and because leu at- tentIon is given them more evil can be traced directly to them- thantoanyotlrer organs of the body Where there is the least indication of trouble or are out of sorts DF CaldwellsIILaxatlvf Syrup Pepsin should be taken at once atomIachIf they are all out of order it will eradicate the trouble tone up the parts and restore them to their natural con dition DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN conflnunicates itself to the whole system and its beneficial and curative effects are pronounced and instantly experiencedIDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN tan be obtained in both dollar and halt dollar slzos from all druggists Your money will be refunded If it does not benefit you Your postal card reqneit will btlne br return new booklet DR CALDWELLB thosewbo WONUBR8 aDd tree sample to have Diver tried this wonderful remedy Write for It PEPSIN lodayI For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY I IA DaysDoings in Kentucky FOR KENTUCKY HEROES A Battle Monument at Vicksburg Is Urged By Gen Lee I Frankfort Ky Nov 2JEon Ste phen D Lee oommlMlonir for the Na tional Park at Vlcksbur Miss atI rlvod here and called on Dor flack ham He urged A recommendation that tho general assembly appropriate funds to erect a battle monument for Kontuahr op that historic field Oor Ileckham declared himself fanirabk to the plan It the flftral condition of the commonwealth at the bnclnnltlR of the new year justifies an appropriation outside the state HE TOOK NO CHANCES Stamping Ground Marshal Manacled His Man With Wagon Chains Lexington Ky Nov 29City Marshal John Richards of Stamplog Ground arrived here from Loulavtlto with James Ilocort arrested In Jet forsonvllla for st ollnr K horse and buggy from W IL Southworth of Stamping Ground The prisoner was manacled with a wagon chain tied to each of his unities The stolen animal was round THE LADWILL Meat Skewer Thrown Dy a Boy Pene trite Another Brain Louisville Ky Nov JO OirorKO Itauer aged 18 a stwlsnt at SC Xa vlers College Is dying at St Josephs Infirmary as the rssaH of an UHVSHS Injury InMetMl sy another boy too ert Stark tosssd a meat skewer at Dan sr and It pMctMtsd kit eye frastHrsd the root of Ute orbit ssd satsrsd tko brain Stork says he Old not latest to Injure HOHST Struck Coal Vein OernntqB Ky Nov iWktle drtU lac for oil OH tile Hilgar T Kash farm about seven miles northwest st this place n INGOt vein of coal was drtltail thrmsgb An of coal 11 feet Uilek was dlseovsred rvesiitfy east or this tarn aM H Is thought that It to tko same vein tktcksnt s westward Unknowns Body Found CovHtcteH Ky Nov 3flJTk kody of ivn unknown ass was fMsui vsxisr trestle No 11 of the CIsstnMd South sm raid sear Woo StaUen Ky The trestle was sheet W tNt high at the place where the man wni touted sad It is supposed that the tea caused his death Bo Burglars Caught Glasgow Ky Nov SOTko Jewelry More sf Oarr k Ouster was rubbed of 708 worth of Jswslry and watches Pr ask 1MJIJ Boa Tklfsr stud Leslie Tbompsoa vojv seder SI tears at ass were arrested la LOelevllle with part of the stolen goods In their posssssssn Put on the Lid Newport Ky Nov 96 Ooasldsra ble surprise was crested krs when Chief of Police Depaty Issued lastruc lions to the sight polio fores to stop all turkey relies price drawla s and oontssu of a simper nature and to ar rest all violators of the order Capt Benj S Drake Dead Lexington Ky Nov M opL flea Jamln 8 Drake a gallant confederate soldier aad a member Des Mor cans eommaad died at SL Josepks I hospital after an Illness of several weeks He was for years dust of the I night poHee force of this olty Seventeen Horses Burned BHKOB Ky Nov 90Mea4fty the livery stable of A C Crush on Greenville street was doJltro tire The flames spread so that only two horses were nltJl6II burning Mr Crumea loss was with 1000 Insurance Will Attend the Convention Louisville Ky Nov 2i1FlfL dell gates from tho Loulsvlllo Federation of Labor will leave for Cincinnati SAL urday night to attend the annual dleraUonMailing Clerk Sentenced Owonsboro Ky Nov 20lIenl7 Morton formerly a malting clerk in the Owensboro post office pleaded guilty In the federal court to charges of removing money from letters and was lined 1000 and sentenced to jail for 12 months Shot Him In the Back Owensboro Ky Nov 29 Tolling him to start running Oscar D nnlnon fired a shot Into the back of Ernest- Pryor at Chautauqua Park Pryora backbone was shattered and he lies paratyxed at the city hospital 110 will die Divorced and Remarried Lexington Ky Nov 20let leas than 94 hours after being granted a divorce from her husband Mrs Ger trude Clark was let to tho altar again Tuesday tho groom bolng VII Smith a widower of a few weeks Killed For One Cent Louisville Ky Nov 20lnvostlga tlon by a coroners Jury hero that Wllllnm McGee shot and killedi hoIowed him one cent McGee has not been arrested A Jewelers Sudden Death Shelbyvllle ICy Nov 29Max Greener a lending jeweler of this city died suddenly of peritonitis Ho had been complaining Jar several days but I bad been confined to his bed only two f Says Berea CollegeFOUNDED I860 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACII OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years OMIKO with ifjriculturo for young 111011 and Domestic Science for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS Onrpontry Printing Housework Nuralug two years NORMAL COURSES Por teachers Three courses lending to County Curtifioato Stnto Certificate and Stale Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Four years fitting for College fur business and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical leading to Bncofllnurmto dogmas MUSIC Choral free Howl Organ Voonl Piano Theory Wo nn here to help nil who nill help tlwniHttlrw toivnrtl n Christian odiioution Our instruction Is n free gift Students my it small JnoiduntuI foe to iiiuut expenses of tho school nmrl lawn instruction uuil must nlHo pay for board in advances Expenses for full turn of 14 nt opts tray bu brought within 21X50 Wlntur tonn of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weoks 912611n11 turn opened S ptemb r 13 The School id ondoreod by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrrgii tioimliflta MotlnxllfitB Probyl rlniM sad good people of nil tluootniuntiems For information nnd friendly advice address tho Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky GREAT CENTRAL C II a DPHn fgwac C 4 U The Michigan Line Itteolrfe Lighted Trains All New t- oTOLEDOAll DETROIT TrW Vol OAKS TO Charlcvolx Petoskey Bay View Wequeteniing Harbor Springs CliMp HottMswera rates to potato in the West MM South Isgttire of C H0 D nfsttte for I purttai huts or address D G EDWARDS PT Kt Cincinnati 5000 CislNEEDIID ArmtuUlytn tilt thr nw n tkxi i ctwUMl If aurelaod1iprwhpdsWatYetiSENtLAUlltoteuAhbrtto i LEARN TELEGRAPHY aNO R R ACCOUNTING i we loraMi 71 prr ml al the ton- udatatleaAtrraaleAeteAM I Uwralr-I rh IrAr exaiMe Tsteetei it 50- Is Tet wlehd 91 W setaiWe t M htalh III se Lr podtte I oebKola8MM wotol ik NnttrtwssNWlypw e kr at shy Umt N0 enaetMtsesetMI l4s say ede i MIl ShsI will III i 0N ClaMIMtt O lttYrw few Morn School of Telegraphy IThe ow Mafcln M V 0 ILetFOR SALE SOt J W HKHNDON for Cow Feed and Baled Hay 8 mllo from Baron on Richmond pike I WINE and frankly confidence all your troubles We will envelope Address Advisory The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn MonumentsURNS STATUARYor Granite and Marble MoouiHontal work of all kinds dotto in n waftnmn IUIS masjiur at ronsonnblo priest and with dispatch AH out work IB guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Confer of Main and Collins Streets Real Estate 1 hate quite a uumbor of building lots sad somu improved property in hoses mb I aluoluwa 20 aet88 n 8room pant bouse within a quarter of a mile of Bores oorporatkw for 000 Also sal Umber lands in Madison UookoMtle snit IfeHll roan tkrr Any one ihsiriHg such property sttonld oifl on J P BICKNELL Boras Ky A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Huron College 00 ttonw olwre iO acres in timber Good house Menlhotlwardwl vmt nro places Good Orchard good Water gixxl and Well Fenced In woll worth 2000 but will tako 1100 Call at onco on J KNELL Estate Agent t CUT IT OUTIsays the doctor to many of his lady patients becayte ho doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except tho surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by tho wonderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of cases by I OF IIIWomans Relief sndhaschronic invalidism It will cure you If you will give It a chance Sold at every drug store In 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER freely In strictest telling us send Free Advice In plain seated Ladles Dept for with fans mo log S Darn P 31C Iluul only GAVE UP SUPPORTER 1 v ore a supporter for years for everything ChrUmanufAlannsvilleNY hut fered untold misery and cuuU hardly walk After taking Cardull gave up myreet