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InnBEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TOPPER Manager SSiterel of the Podopke nt Xerea Xy m ieeond eaumall mat- kvd11ilIt1ItHItt11Iti1t111F VOL VII hive Ovals a copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY DECEMBER 14 1905 Ono dollar a year NO 20 IDEAS God Is not lauded by libeling mon Citizenship simply means sore 108 Tho greatest art of lifo is that of livingTho valuo of n strong mans power depends on his pntionco with tin weakIt is easy to waste enough strongtl dodging your duties to do them twice overBearing the cross does not exempt ono from bearing a share of tho worlds cares In a Had world tho only saints who have a right to sleep are the ones In tho Qods workers never have to wait for a raise in salary boforo they wil do their best Tho trouble with much preaching is that it is advertising trunkS when pcoploueed potatoes Sotno peoplu are buying thoii tickets to glory on tho installinoni plan at tho rate of a nickel a week LChicago Tribune IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Senator McCreary has Introduced a bill to secure freo trade between the United States and the Iitili spine Islands This is n righteous billand should pass though there is little likelihood that it will If tho inlandi are a part of the United States they- ehould enjoy nn the rlght bolougin to other territory of the Unite States It is salt that corporations liMe I no sonlH That may ho but a sur nrieo to all is that the Stool Trust has a consoienco in some timings at least Its directors have voted t0 retire William Ellis Corey the pre iI dent of tho Trust He has desortet tho wife of his youth tho holpuieo of his early struggles for a buries quo singer and tries to justify him selfSenator MUchllJ of Oregon under conviction for cotnplioity hi Oregon land frauds dlod on Wednesday of last wools llo is probably buried now and his friends are trying to forgot his later years What n pity that tho other Mdoad ones in thin Senate such as Burton Platt Dopow imtL naathwii that might lx named cannot bo put decentlyand quietly out of sight Twero a consummation devoutly to bo wished Hats off to the plucky farmer governor of tho little state of Vor mont He is n man who dares to ftxoouto tho laws in splto of throats of unpopularity political assaslna lion and even and in spite of tho petition of forty odd thousand busybodies Tho law wits given every chancre An appeal was made to tho first to chango the law and then to intervene It re fused Then tho governor enforced the law It should be remembered that there was no question whatever as to tho guilt of MM Rogers Othor governors take notice FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho situation in Russia holds tho first place as in weeks past in foreign news Nothing is certain however From tho arrest of KrustalofT Prosi dent of tho oiecutivo committee of c tho Workmens Council and some l other repressive measures it looks us though the government would assort itself in forcing order boforo tho meeting of tho Domini It would bo impossible to hold tho elections with tho country in tho state in which it is now Wittos resigation is rum ored and thorn is talk of the ap of a Dictator Sir Henry CamplxOlBannerman has named a Cabinet that meets with the approval of both tho Conservative and tho Liberal papers Tho King has approved it Only Mr Cham bonnie is dissatisfied Time coming elections will show what the people think ot it The grout thing in England at present is tho stagnant condition of tho working world there A report comes from Brazil that several of tho officers of thin Gorman gun boat Panther wont ashore to n small fishing town called Itnjahny in tho state of Rio Grande do Sul and arrested a deserter from tho Gorman army whom they tonal there This IH the state in which Gormaniz ing influences nro assorted to have been at work for a long timoand this fact excites tho suspicion of the Brazilian authorities bat this is an attempt to provoko trouble with BrazilAn Irish National Convention as scmblcd lost week in Dublin with John Redmond in tho chair The Convention solemnly assorted that it would accept no now system of govern mont for Ireland as satisfactory ex copt a legislative assembly freely elected and representative of tho people with power to make laws for Ireland and an executive goverMuaeut responsible to that assembly THE CITIZEN TWO NEW STATES The House Will Dispose of the Statehood Question Before Holiday Recess THIS IS THE PLAN FORMULATED Arfinna and view Mexico as One and Oklahoma and the Indian Ter ritory the Other Senate Committee on Appropriation I Agreed To Report the Emergency Canal Bill Carrying 11000000 Without Bond Povlsion Washington Doc 13The house will dispose of tho vtittohood question before the holiday recess according to the plan formulated Tho prcoise manner In which statehood Is to be granted to tho territories will be sot forth In what Is known as the Hamil ton bill giving statehood to Arizona and Now Mexico as one stato and to Oklahoma and the Indian Territory aa another The bill embodies the minor provisions agreed upon by the confer ence committee ot the two houses at the last session ot congress Time plan tor statehood legislation will bo made spoolflc at a republican caucus of mvm ben of tae house to bfl called tar Thursday afternoon or evening The committee on territories will meet InI the morning and perfect tho bill to which several minor amendments at tho suggestion of delegates from Oklahoma sent hero for the purpose The bill however will not bo reported to tho house until after the caucus ac lion Besides dooming on Its provis ions It Is the plan that the terms of a rule shall bo agruod upon In caucus under which tho bill will go through the house There Is known to bo some republican opposition to statehood as proposed In the bill but this opposi tion Is not regarded as serious enough to binder tho carrying out of the plans of the house leaders and may not bo manifest In any way It has been do gilded that bearings on the statehood questions are unBoomtary In the Senate The senate conralUoa on appropria tions acrood to report the emorseney lanai bJJU carrying i11 000butstruck out the provision rotating to heeds This provision U to be rotor red to too flninoo oommUteo and maybe reported as a separate bill or an amendment to the canal appropriation bill The following blHs wore Introduced In the senate Tuotday Dy Senator DiUtnRluun to repeal the taws provld tag for the division of tho lands of the Choctaw Cherokee and Crook Indians and the cession of a port of them and restoring those tribos to full control of all their lands in Indian Territory Dy Mr Perkins regulating tho salmon fisheries In Alaska and granting lands sail water privllego to the owners of private batchiYrlK Dy Senator Baok burn providing tar the refunding of money paid for substitutes in Ken tucky by mna who were drafted for service in the army In net Dy Sen ator Gambia putting on a pensionable bull members of the Dakota militia who aided In protecting the frontier against the Sioux Indians In 18G2 PNEUMATIC TUBE SERVICE The Needs and Advisability For Its Extension Washington Dee lfSboond As sistant Postmaster General Shallen berger In his annual report devotes special attention to the results of bIInvestigation of the commission appointed to Investigate the needs and advisability of extending the pneumat ic tube mall service The estimated east ot extensions per year as report ed to Mr ShaHenbeneer by the com mission follows New York 431493 Chicago 140828 Baltimore 35071 Brooklyn 660SO PltUburg 32000 Cincinnati the commission reports the service Justified between the gen eral post office and three Important de peU Kansas City 3STCO JAPKOREA AGREEMENT The Emperor Declares That It Is Null and Void Washington Dec UlIomor B Hulbert the special messenger from the emperor of Korea Is In receipt of a cablegram from Korea In whloh the I emperor declares that the agreement between Korea and Japan Is null and void because It was obtained by force He also declares that he will never sign this agreement in the present form and that the disturbances which attended time outrage of November 17 are likely to ooour again Election Inspector Arrested Nsw Tork Dec 1IJanlel F T7y tersman an election Inspector of the 19th assembly district was arrested on charges of aiding and abetting tile gat Young and of perjury The charges were made by deputy superintendent of elections Their Wages Advanced Boston Dee i Dcgjnlng on Monday January I 190C 30000 operatives employed by the American Woolen Co of this city will have their wages ad vaacWl ten per Irk 10 AHSWR QUESTIONS I THOMAS F RYAN BEFORE INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE A Request Will Bo Bent of District Attorney Jerome To Institute Proceedings Against Him Now York Doc I Atteutloa was directed to the possibility ot criminal notion growing out of the Investigation of lift Insurance methods by a visit paid by District Attorney Jerome to the legislative committee while it was holding Its hearing In the oily hall Mr Jerome said that he wanted to find out when ho could get possession ot a copy of the report of the committee Chairman Armstrong already has sold that ho hopes to have It ready for the legislature when It meets next Janu aryNow York Dec Th legislative committee which Is Investigating life Insurance conditions determined to send to District Attorney William T I Jeromo a request that he Institute proceedings against Thomas P Hyn financier and owner of the majority of the stock of tho Equitable Life As surance society to punish Mr Ryan for refusing to answer when asked what E II Harriman president of tho Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railroad Cos had said to him when Mr Harriman tried to induce him to share his control of the Equitable so ciety with Mr Harriman Now York Dec 9 The resignation of Hobort II McCurdy general mana ger of the Mutual Life Insurance Co was presented to the board of trus tees and accepted The resignation takes effect December SI- New York Dec nTh legislative committee was engaged for a part ot tho time Monday In Inquiring Into the affairs of the Provident Savings Life Assurance society of New York Charles E Hughes counsel for the committee had brought put by questioning Edward W Scott the presi dent of that company that when Frank K Hadley ot New Redford Mass secured control of the company In 180C bo borrowed J1C2000 from the company on his collateral notes to pay up for the stock of the insurance company Mr Scott testified that Mr Hadloy never repaid thou loans and that the Insurance company realized only 30000 on the sale of the collat eral Companies In which Mr Hadley was Intonated failed and shortly sit erward hf dlod It cost the insurance company Just J132000 for Mr Hadley to get oa trol fit ItH said Mr Hughes FIFTYNINTH CONGRESS First Session An appropriation ot U1CMM9 was voted toward the construction of the Panama canal by the house on the 7th It was a compromise between the J16500000 carried In the bill us dor consideration and an estimate ef something over 16000000 recom mended by Mr Williams the demo cratic leader IJUleQeU e Maine Introduced a bill providing a death penalty for an assassin of the presi dent vice president or any ambassa dor er minister of a ft r tga airyto the United States- Representative Uardwlok reiatre uced a Joint resolution declaring that It Is the policy of the United States to grant Independence to the Philippines as soon as a stable outIs established In the Islands The addition of a republican mem ber to all of the important committees at the house has enabled Spoaker Can non to solvo the difficult problem of committee aslgnments In a mllnnerIwhich appears most both parties In the house It Is thought that the eovgress will adjourn for tta teUdays oa Thursday December iL- SENATOR MITCHELL DEADi Died From Hemorrhage Resultant From the Extraction of a Toothj Portland Ore Des I Senator Jnhn H Mitchell died here Friday afternoon The end was peaceful An hour before the patients heart had ceased to beat he was lit a profound coma Every effort known to science was mad to prolong his life but without success Senator Mitchell was seised with a hemorrhage after hav ing a tooth extracted Physically he had been in a delicate state and this coupled with the loss of blood caused a general collapse He was 70 years old Mr Mitchell figured la the land fraud trials In this state It Is almost a certainty that the new senator wilt be a democrat Great pressure has already been brought to bear upon the governor to slot a Portland man whether lemeoratle er republican Restriction of Immigration Washington Dec 12 Representa live Bonynga of Colorado introduced a bill for the restriction ot Immigra tion fixing a head tax ot 10 on Immi grant and using this money to de fray the expense ef regulating UtitJ gratlon pAn Appeal Made New York Doc 1EThe board of managers of the Evangelical Alliance issued an appeal for contributions for the roller of victims ef vlolenee U Russia The appeal Is addressed To the Ieyle el Aittriea t RYAN ON STAND 1 ells of Ills Deal With Harriman 1 For Control of the Equitt able Life THE WAS THREATENED I f HarrIman Demanded One Iialf of the 602 shores of thin Equitable Pur r chased by Ityau fonator John F Dryden President of Lthe Prudential Life Insurance Co r Also Testified Before the In vcstlgatlno Committee I j New York Dec 13 Tbomas F Ry an appeared before the Insurance in whatlRYaDonoedeJWle Equitable LJfo Assurance socie ty last Mr Ryans version of what Mr liar rtpian demanded and what he threat erred to do upon tho refusal of his de nuxnds was in substance as follows That Harriman demanded on half of the shares ot the Equitable Lifo Assurance society which Mr Ryan hub purchased from James II Hyde and lbIunless he was conceded his share In the control of the society to exert his poHUcal sod aU other Influences THOMAS F RTAN j aafnet Mr Ryan and his projost That HarrIman doclarod there would probably be tetslatlvs action and that la that eraat his Influence would be Important That Harriman de mandaJ the right to name two of floe trustees to vote tho controlling stock In the election ot directors of the so questionshrcommittee Mr Ryan stated that Mr thoIEquitAbleIIIJe such action Neither did Mr liar I riroin threaten say action by an oat- air t tk JQuromntIA MrIounsnl now secretary of state Ion Paul D Cravath also Mr Ryans III eel Mr Ryan told the committee he drew the inference from It Mr Harriman did not want anybody to control the quitable society un les he had a stare In It Mr Ryan also statnd that he paid no attention to Mr Harrlmana statement that his Influence would be Important In the event of legislative action and Informal him that be wanted no partners In the enterprise Mr Harriman did not get the oovrtal share In Mr Ryan declared that this InterT10wI took place within a few days rot control of the Hyde United States Senator John r Dryden j of New Jersey president of Prudential Life Insurance Co ot America was on tbo wltnen stand all the remainder of the day He testis ned that his company paid 26000 to the republican national campaign fond in 1S9I 1900 and 1904 It also paid 5000 to Andrew Hamilton formerly the New Tork Life Insurance Oos legislative agent at Albany Mr Dryden said that dividends otIten per cent are paid on the stock 10111FolIibel1nthrough the various grades until at present he Is third rice president with a aaary ot 0000 a year Witness said he had A nephow In the employ of the company at a salary ot 20 a laIUonlwere next taken up President Dryden said his salary is now and has been since 1899 65000 a year Tho first vice presidents salary is 60000 second vice president 40000 third rice president 30000 fourth vice president and controller 20000 Gross Postal Receipts Washington Doc 13 According to the monthly statement of the gross postal receipts for November 1905 at the 50 leading post offlcoa St Louts and Peoria III wore the only cities whtsfc chewed a doersaea Rlekssemd va IIIIonII lie MrRwl s V r N I I II I I H I I I II nmr rFi F I NewspaperEight I I I I I I I 111 I I I I t I I I I J I I I I I 0 I KENTUCKY THURSDAY graveyard legislature pointment REFUSED Representative WITNESS JuneI M +M + 4FIt 4- 7wwN oI fsrrm s lUgDlttelnb 3Mla unu j llg ti 4eevruesueewsiaeooa Nov 16 05 IltTO make your mark in this world or 4 be comfortable in your old ageVyou must save part of your earnings is no dishonor in true econ 4 ITherein fact it is I next to criminalt i to all you earn when 4 are dependent upon you Begin now to save your money We shall be o I glad to assist Yours out+ Cashier 4 + 4 0b c 4- w o + G oedeslsosoHow J R DAN1H1 Importer 9pIIIKjDry Oasis 1 Knoi llle Tcunettce Broadliead Ky Nuv31103 S E Welch Jr IfyDearEnclosed find my cheek for JlSOb for suit of clothes Toll Mr Gay it was the best fit I ever hud I will remember hinttwhen I want another suit 4 Thanking you for past favors I remain 1 Your frleudI 7 j Rr 90LLIEHi 4L 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 the country and the price is always lowest a- tWELCHS oooooooooooo ooooooooooooo-o 0 PRICE CUT IN HALFn u REVIEW OF REVIEWS o COSMOPOLITAN g WOMANS HOME 8 COMPANION o oTHE0 REGULAR PRICE I 600 n FORALIMITEDTIME o 325 S a We are very fortunate in being able to arrange m cosational price No other such offer will be made by g o this paper or any other this year You have in this g aloDont Wait the offer is good for both new and ro a newal subscriptions the only condition being that these o shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a o year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma p gAlln00oOeotlosoolio THE BITTER AND THE SWEET Nay cynic cease thy prating Jest And bid ntlf not bi sad Shall we of Urine miss the betBecause some things are tmdT Stall we forswear sweet mucks charms In dread of discords drear Or since tho hurricane alarms Shut out the atmosphere You who that hungers will abstain Because some fruits arc sour Ken though the thorns of Ufo may pain There still remains the flower Bo gentle cynic go thy way In vain thy part Is done Let shadows gnther as they mar Men still will love the BUn Washington Star Dri and I By IRVING BACHEUER Author ef Eben HoMen Darrel dill Blessed Itiei Etc luorrdgebltulbyoterop PDMUMcc Comjwnjr CHAPTER xXIConrNUED lie paused again looking at tho smokerings above his head In a dreamy manner First my chief repeated Well said he leaning toward him with a little gesture to mo the word of a gentleman Is sacred I know you are both gentlemen I ask for your word of honor To what effect tho general queriedThat you will put us safely on Brit ish soil within a day after tho ladles have arrived said he It is irregular and a matter of some difficulty said the general Whom would you send with such a message Well I should say some French woman could do It There must be one here who In clever enoug- hI know the very one said I with enthusiasm She is as smart and cun ning as they make them Very well sale the general that Is but one step Who is to capture them and take the risk of their own headsDri and I could do it alone was my confident answer Ah well said his lordship as ho rose languidly and stood with his back to the fire I shall send them where tho coast is olear my word for that Hang me It I fall to protect them I do not wish to question your honor said the general or violate in any way this atmosphere of fino cour tesy but sir I do not know you Permit me to introduce myself said the Englishman as he ripped his roat lining and drew out a folded sheet nf purple parchment I am Lord Rnnley fifth earl of Pickford and cousin of his most excellent majestyt the king of England there is the proof Ha tossed the parchment to the table carelessly resuming his chair Forgive me said he as the gen eral took It I have little taste fort such theatricals Necessity Is my only excuseit is enough said the other I urn glad to know you I hope sometime i we shall stop fighting each other we i of the samo race and blood It is un naturalGiro mo your hand said the Eng lishman with heartier feeling than I had seen him show as ho advanced Amen I say to you Will you write your message Here arc ink and paper said the general His lordship sat down at the table and hurriedly wrote these letters Prescott Ontario Nov 17 1513 To Sir Charles Gravlelsh The Weirs above Landsmere Wrentham Fronto nac County Canada My Dear Gravlelsh Will you see that tho baroness and her two wards the MUes do Lambert are conveyed by my coach on the evening of the 18th lnrt to that certain point on the shore pike between Am burr and Lakeside known as Itvrnt Ridge thrre to watt back In the timber for my messenger Tell them they are to be returned to their hone and give them my very best wishes Lam son will drive and let the bearer ride with the others Very truly yours RONLEY TO WHOM IT stAY CONCERN Mme St Jovlte the bearer lion her way to my house at Wrcntham Fronte nile County second concretion with a dispatch of urgent character I shall be greatly favored by all who give her fur therance In this journey Respectfully etc nONLEY Colonel of Klna Guard For fear of a cipher the general save tantamount terms for each let ter and his lordship rewroto them- I thought the name St Jovlte would be as good as any he remarked The rendezvous was carefully mapped The guard came and his lordship rose languidIOne thing more men go over without armsifU you wilt be so good- I shall consider that said the gen eralAnd when shall the messenger tarn Within the hour If possible my chief answered As they went away the general sat down with me for a moment to dlai cuss the matter CHAPTER XXII Herein Is the story of the adventures of his lordships courier known as Mme St Jovlte on and after the night of November 17 1813 in Upper Can ada This account may be accepted as quite trustworthy its writer having been known to me these many years in the which neither I nor any of my friends have had occasion to doubt her tort c1ty The writer gave more details than arc desirable but the document la nothing more than a letter to an Inti mate frIend 1 remember well alt nod- an eyo for color and a taste for description not easy to repress When I decided to go It was near midnight The mission was not all to my taste but the reward was hand Eono and the letter of Lord Henley rcacmiring I know I could do it and dressed as soon as possible and walked to tho Lone Oak a sergeant escorting There as I expected the big solder known as Dri was walUng his canoe in a wagon that stood near We all mounted the scat driving pellmell on a rough road to Tibbals Point on the southwest corner of Wolf Island A hard journey it was and near two oclock I should say before we put our canoe in the water Then the man Drl helped me to an easy seat in tho bow and shoved off A full moon yellow as gold hung low In tho north west The water was calm and we cut across the moon way that fun nelled oft to the shores of Canada It is one vcr gran night I said In my dialect of the rude Canuck for I did not wish him or any one to know me War Is war but surely such ad ventures are not tho thing for a womanYls mahm he answered pushing hard with the paddle Yer a friend o tho capn aint yeRay Bell Ze cartaln Ah oul msieu I said Ono vet bravo man aint it Yls mahm saN he soberly and with emphasis Hes more n a dozen bravo men that a whut ho Is lIes a joemightyful cuss Aint nuthln he cant dew spryer n a painter stouter n a moose an treemenjous with a swordThe moon sank low peering through distant treecolumns and went out of TREY WERE CLOSE UP AND STIUV INO FIERCELY AS IP WITH DROWS- WOUDSo sight Long stubs of dead pine loomed In the dim golden afterglow their stark limbs arching high in the heav ens like mulllons in a great Gothic window V then we Sit nigh shore over yen dcrsatd my companion dont be lieve we better hev a grea dial fsay I aint agoln t be tukby a jugful not et I can help It Got me n a tight place one night here n Can adyAh maim to Canada How did you get out of It I queried Slipped out said he shaking the canoe with suppressed laughter Jos lull a streak o greased llghtnln ho added presently The captain he seems vcr anxious for me to mak great hurry I re markedNo wonder Its his ladylove hes efter faster n a weasel t1 see er said be snickering Goodlooking I queried Hansome es a plctur said he so berlyIn a moment he dragged his paddle listeningThet airs th1 shore over yender ho whispered Dont say a word now Ill put ye right on the plnt o rocks Creep long careful till ye git t th road then turn t th left the capn lol me- When I stepped ashore my dress caught the gunwale and upset our ca noe The good man rolled noisily into the water and rose dripping I tried to help him Dont bother me none he whispered testily as It out of patience while he righted the canoe When at last he was seated again as I leaned to shove him oft he whis pered In a compensating kindly man ner When ye re gain ashore an they s somebody n the canoe dont never try t tek It with ye less ye tell Im yer goln tew There was a deep silence over wood and water but he went away so stealthily I could not hear the stir of his paddle I stood watching as he dimmed oft in tho darkness going quickly out of sight Then I crept over the rocks and through a thicket shiv ering for the night had grown chilly I snagged my dress on a brier every step and had to move by inches After mincing along half an hour or so I came where I could feel a lilt of clear earth and stood there dancing on my tiptoes In tho dark to quicken my blood a little Presently the damp light of dawn carne leaking through the treetops I heard a rattling stir in the bare limbs above me Was it some mbnster of the woods Al though I have more courage than most women It startled me and I stood still The light came clearer there was a rush toward mo that shook the boughs I peered upward It was only a squir rel now scratching his ear as be looked down at me He braced hlm- self and seemed to curse me loudly for a spy trembling with rage and rushing up and down the branch above me Then nil the curious inhospitable folk of the timberland came out upon their towers to denounce I made my way over the rustling brittle leaves and soon found a trail that led up over high land I fol lowed It for a matter of some minutes and came to tho road taking my left hand way as they told me There was no traveler In sight I walked as fast as I could passing a village tsunrise whero I asked my way In French at a smithy Beyond there was n narrow clearing stumpy and rank with briers on tho upside of the way Presently looking over a level stretch I could seo trees arching the road again from under which as I was looking a squad of cavalry came out in the open It startled me I began to think I was trapped I thought ot dodging Into tho brush But no they had seen me and I would bo a fool now to turn fugitive I looked about mo Cows were feeding near I picked up a stink and went deliberately into the bushes driving one of them to tho pike and heading her toward them They went by at a gallop never pulling up while in sight ot me Then I passed the cow and went on stopping an hour later at a lonely log house where I found French people and a welcome that Included moose meat a cup qf coffco and fried potatoes Leaving I rodo some miles with a traveling tinker a voluble wellmeaning youth who took a liking for me and wont far out of his way to help me on lIe blushed proudly when stopping to mend a pot for the cook at a camp of militia they inquired it I was his wifeNo but she may bo yet said ho who known 1 knew it was no good place for me and felt some relief when the young man did me this honor From that moment they eet me down for a sweet heartShes too big for you my boy said tho general laughing The more tho better said he cant have too much of a good wife I said little to him as we rodo along Ho asked for my address when I left him and gave mo tho comforting assurance that he would sco mo again I mado no answer leaving him at a turn where north of us I could see tho white houses ot Wrentham Kings ton was hard by Its fort crowning a hilltop by tho river It was past three by a tower clock at the gate ot the Weirs when I got there A driveway through tall oaks led to the mansion of dark stone Many acres of park and field and garden were shut In with high walls I rang a bell at the small gate and some fellow In livery took my message Walt ere my lass said he with an English accent In go at once to the secretary- I sat In a rustic chair by this gate side waiting for that functionary Ah come In come ln sold he coolly as he opened tho gate a little Ho said nothing more and I followed hlmnn oldish man with gray eyes and hair and sidewhiskers and neat ly dressed his head covered to the ears with a high hat tilted backward We took a stone path and soon entered a rear door She may sit In the servants hall said ho to one of the maids They took my shawl as ho went away and showed me to a room where evidently the servants did their eat ing They were Inquisitive those kitchen maids and now and then I was rather put to it for a wise reply I said as little as might boo using the dialect long familiar to mo of the French Canadian My bonnet amused them It was none too new or fashion able and I did not remove It Afraid we 11 steal it I heard one of them whisper in the next room Then there was a loud laugh They gave mo a French paper I read every line of it and sat looking out of a window at the tall trees at servants who passed to and fro at his lordships horses led up and down for cxerclso in the stableyard at the twilight glooming the last pictures of a long day until they were all smudged with darkness Then candlelight a trying supper hour with maids and cooks and grooms and footmen at the big table English every one of them and set up with haughty curiosity I would not go to the table and had a cup of tea and a biscuit there in my corner A big butler walked in hurriedly awhile after seven He looked down at me as If I were the dirt otjthe gutter They re waltin said he cuftly kJ1owIfAh msleui he rains I inquired No mum Aht be is going to rain maybe He made BO answer but turned quickly and went to a near closet from which he brought a faded um brellaThere said he on he led me to the front door see that you send it backOn the porch were tbe secretary and the ladlesthree of them Ctell what Is iU one of them whispered as I came out Tho postlights were shining In their faces and lovller I never saw than those of the demoiselles They stepped lightly to the coach and the secretary asked It I would go in with themNo msleuwas my answer I sit by zo drlvalre Como In here you silly goose said ono of the ladles In French recogniz ing my nationality Grand mercli I said taking my seat by the driver and then we were oft with as lively a team as ever carried me our lights flashing on the tree trunks Wo had been riding more than two hours when we stopped for water at a springtub under a hilt They gave me a cup and for the rf ladles I brought each a fcrtnptt W tat cool trickling hood Icl my tall woman said oue of them presently my boot Is untied Her dainty foot came out of the coach under rumes of silk I hesitated for I was not accustomed to that sort ot service Lamblnei she exclaimed Make haste will you her foot moving Im patientlyMy got numb in tho cold air and I must have been very awkward for presently she boxed my ears and drew her foot away Dleu said she Toll him to drive on I got to my scat quickly confident that nature had not Intended me for a ladysmaid Awhile later we heard the call of a picket far afield but saw no camp A horsemanI thought him a cavalry officer passed us flashing In our faces the light of a dark lantern but said nothing It must have been near midnight when as wo wore going slowly through deep sand I heard tho clang ot a cowbell in the near dark ness Another sounded quickly a bit farther on Tho driver gave no heed to it although I recognized the signal and knew something would happen shortly We had come Into tho double dark of tho timber when suddenly our hoses reared snorting and stopped Tho driver felt for his big pistol but not in tho right place for two hours or more it had been stowed away in tho deep pocket of my gown Not a word was spoken Dy the dim light of the lanterns we could sco men all about us with pikes looming In th dark For a breath or two there was perfect silence then tho driver rose quickly and shouted Who are you Frlens o these ore women said ono I recognized as tho corporal Dri He spoke In a low tone as he opened thedoorGrace au del I heard one of the young ladles saying It is Dri dear old fellow Then all hurried out ot the coach aud kissed him The captainIs ho not here said one ot them In French But Dri did not understand them and made no an swerOut wl the lights an be still said Drl quickly and tho light wore out as soon as the words Jones you tie up a front log o ono o thorn howee Git back in the brush ladles Five on em boys Now up with the pike wallFrom far back in the road had coma again tho clang ctho cowbell I remember bearing five strokes and then a loud rattle In a twinkling I was oft the seat and beside the ladles Take hold of my drew I whis moI and stopped We could hear the move and rattle of cavalry In tile near road Then presently the swish of steel the leap and tumble of horses the shouting of men My companions wore of the right stuff they stood shlverinc but held their peace Out by the road lights were flashing and now we heard pistols and the sound of a mighty scuffle I could stay there in the dark no longer Walt here and be silent I said and ran like a madwoman as they told me long after for the flickering lights There a squad of cavalry waa sbut In by the pikes Two troopers had broken through the near line One had fallen badly hurt the other was saber to saber with the man DrL They wore close up and striving force ly as if with broadswords I oapght up the weapon of the Injured man for I saw the Yankee would got the worst of It The Britisher had great power and a saber quick an a cats paw I could see tho corporal wal stronger but not so quick and skillful To Be Continued lie Pas heady At a certain Swiss hotel said un American tourist when I got ready to go I tipped everybody who had wail ed on mo to the slightest extent and was ready to drive oft when an lndl vldual appeared and asked me It I had forgotten his existence And what did you do for mtt I askedI an the undertaker la the can ton be replied But thank heaven I have not needed your services That Li not my fault monsieur For two weeks I have been ready to patch up your mangled remains and send them on to your friends with my condolence and yet you have refused to go up on the mountain and meet with a fall It is not for what I have done but for what I should like to have done Chicago Dally News a Same in the End Col Robert A Pinkerton wai talking about old times in Chicago I used to know a man there who war an ardent gambler he said He lost his weeks wages regularly in Dinner Pail Hankins game Ono Saturday evening the man started home via the gambling bouse as usuaL A spasm ol reform had struck Chicago and thr place had been pulled The man tried to enter the door but failed Hi walked into the street and gazed up Inquiringly at the closed window Then be walked back to the door tried it again but it would not open so hi drew his pay envelope from his pocket shoved it under the door and walked calmly down the street Detroit Journal llnd SinnedtierLooks There was a young man who once went to a dinner party where he wa seated between a noted beauty sod t noted poetess Looking to right wid loft he said naturally enough An I not lucky to be placed betwees beauty and talent The poetess did not like tko young mans remark and sho said haughtily Not so very lucky for you possess neither the ont I nor the otter Cincinnati Enquirer BETSY AT THE ZOO Sao Had a Pleasant Visit with the DIg Black Bear and Promise to Como Again LItUe Betsy stood beside her nurse watching the big black bear There were lots ot boys and girls In frimt of his cage and from tho way tho grown people laughed and stolo the chlldrona peanuts to throw at Bruin Betsy thought to herself I believe they like tho big black bear too But when sho saw them teasing him she called out Poor black bear how sorry 1 am for you Just then ho began to talk to her Hello little girl In tho pink drens Why dont you laugh when I beg for peanuts The others do every time 1 catch ono In my mouth Come on in here and sit on this tree they put in hero for 1110 to climb on I wont hurt you You can see mo lots better whero there aro no bad boys to crowd against you and push you out of the way Are you afraidBetsy looked around at nurse but she was talking to a man and eating the pea nuts they had bought for the bear All the rest of tho people were laughing at poor Bruin who was trying to got n peanut that had fallen outside the bars ot his cage No one seemed to have heard the boars talk but Betsy Just 1 WOULD LIKE TO 11CO YOU then he got up and danced around on his hind loss making oute llttto bony to her All the people outside laughed and said lion funny he Is Ha but Lots fool blnrnd throw him a pea nut shell without any peanut wild a bad little boy And then who the beer stood up and opened bis month and upped hill big while teeth on the eMpty peanut shell they all laughed Ha hat ba- Thall all exeapt Betty who felt very very sorry for the beer He walked around the cap aid talked to IMF whit all the people outside who dMnt know It was beartalk saM to OM another Oh Mar kiss growl Hes angry b cans we fooled him That the bear was telling Betsy how unhappy be WM In having to lire In a cage sad beg for pea Mull aU dej I need to live la the lonely green- woods where I ate herriea and sometimes honey when I could find a beet Now when I want to go to sleep the bad beys throw Kicks at me sad wake me up They have whole begs ot peanuts and they rub we scud up add bee for every one toes he only MUle girl that ever said she was sorry far na Do you know I would like to hug you At that Betsy got frightened for she remembered Uncle Jack tetlluR shoat A bear that killed a man br Just lalllalhim So she said Kind black beAr good by Ill come again sad bring you a whole bag of peanuts and you wont have to beg for a single one I never knew a bear could be to unhappy Just then Nurse turned around and took Betsy by the arm and they went away with a man In an automobile for a ride around the island Nan E Shields in Detroit Free Proas A Camels Stomach The stomach of a camel is divided into no loss than four compartments and the walls of one of these are lined with large cells every one of which can be opened and closed at will bj means of powerful muscles Now when a camel drink It drinks a very great deal Indeed it goes drinking on for such a very long time that really you would think that It never meant to leave off But the tact is that t Is not only satisfying its thirst but Is filling up Its cistern as well One after another the cells In its stomach are tilled with water and as soon as each Is quite full It Is tightly closed Then you see whet the animal becomes thirsty a few hours later all that it has to do li to open one of the cells and allow water to flow out Next day it open- one or two more cells and so It goO on day after day until the whole ply Is exhausted In this curious wa a camel can live five or even six days without drinking at all and so Is able to travel quite easily through the desert whero the wells are often hundred of miles apart The Introduction Margaret is a well brought up little girl who has some knowledge of etl quette She was taken to the country ti a house whore there was a large dog Dont go near the dog Margaret said her mother ths doesnt know you and ho might bite But that Cd riot suit Margaret and she knew how to arrange matters Go Ing to the dog she made a little courtesy such as she had been taught to make ut dancing school and said politely toggle I am Margaret Brown Then the introduction having been rand and the dog having no excuse for no t knowing her Margaret walked up and patted h a while lie wagged his tall with rat h craciousncsa Detroit Fret Prssa h TRAPPING A RHINOCEROS Story of a Traveler of How the Big Beast Was Captured and Brought to Hamburg A traveler with three Dutch hunters had some exciting adventures In this Transvaal country a few batua agog in attempting to capture a riutioceros Thoy came upon a big twoHorned fellow suddenly one morning and bad to climb a tree to escape his horns The animal made for tho tent of till party a short distance away but a system of simple defense of wire brush tolled him and ho made oft A pit was dug In tho swamp and a nice fat native which Is calculated to make almost any rhinoceros hungry sent out to decoy the prey Soon they heard the shrill notes of called rhinoceros bird which Is variably found In the company lft8lIboost It Is assorted that tho constitutes himself tho sentinel lumbering behemoth and that its aro uttered to warn him that danger + Is near Tho native came tho clear s baVlngrlbadpawed our mound ho had loal fire feet of that although running like lightning The rhinoceros ono unusually black and ran snout down and tall erect gteuillIWe cheered tho native to ago him and away the two the trail we had tampered the race been ten rods longer Ute na Live would have bad to leave the pathIto avoid death As be neared the pit bo ran along the righthand edge ot U while the rhinoceros thundered along the center lIe was within a foam feet ot the heels of the runner when hilt feet let go of Brtki earth and pitched him head first l to the pit Wo heard hm grunt tram whew we stood and it was plain that his tumble had knocked the breath out ot him As he struck he rolled over on his right side and when we reached the pit he was helpless When bo got It through his thlek head that ho had boon tooled ho WM the maddest tjaat I In all Africa but It was too tale for action We had come prepared fer jest sueb a job aa we new had on hand The moBftter must be sot aboard tile barge but we were in no hurry to begin We Hot our ropes and ehalNB ashore drove Moat stakes where Uwr wealth be wasted and moved the barge to the lower end of the brat By this time It was dark and wo tied tko oW fellows legs is stair and left him After breakfast out Morn tag we began work Ate Ant hctAhlw- tcar prisoner and then bocMeri him out of Ute pit The first thing he did wito make a rash but It WM a failure We slat fwrcJuuM uckfes Oil WIt and led thus away to trees awl and by these means we checked himQup or warped kiss along as we wiled All we had to to was to keep clear ot his wicked Norse By noen we had him aboard the Large onehalt of which watt Oven up to him We bed mnnaieil Us capture with oat iDBletlng an Injnrr He was tend ed In Hamburg wlOwwt a pteoa ef akin missing lib age was ostlsMhMl at M years whoa cnytnred sad he was 01a cidered good roN II or 00 years tows A CLEVER TRICK PUZZLE How Sits of Cardboard Oats Be So Manipulated as to Do Surprising Things To perform this you will seed only a piece of paper or cardboard sad aetseors Cut out 17 slips three Inches long by one quartcr of au itch wide and place them on a table no as te form six perfect squaws at shown U the Illustration though of course the slips are not to bo numbered We shon them numbered to aid you la the ache BLIPS LAID OUT FOIl THE TRICItitlon Somo ot tho strips will slightly overlap others BlipssIn a company of boys and girls a I quickestyonb figure as you have formed U on tho table says Good Literature or you may furnish each member ot tho com pany with 17 slips and offer the prize to the ono who will first form the original figure and then the three squares by taking away the five slips Tho solution is accompanied by tak lag away slips 2 7 0 U and 17 and you will hero the three squares Uft THE BEST TJNCLEBCAK Of all the unclemen Ive not The very but of all the lot la Uncle Joe He alnt like some That holler at me Hilly come And tell ua what youve learned at school And do you know the Golden nule7 And what Is six times eightythree What towns are on the Qasplnn neaT Not Uncle Joe he says Well Dick I really think youre looking tick Youre studying too hard maybe So you just come and go with me And then we have some fun ad ao I think a lot of Incl Joe Unarm tutus J 3Il+ HHHK II11I r flI Teachersl Club AUDKCM ALL roT C D LLKU13 4 4444HHHH in mnmMDisr- uTANTA KT Oct 12 100D Dear B T 0 Members- I guess I hnd better write before my school closes or I wont Imvo any thing to write I havo enjoyed the letters of tho B T 0 very much they have been n treat to mo I am holding good attendance and wo are enjoying our work just os well ns ot first I have not had the blues yet and I dont think any of my pupils have I have kept them busy and Uloybavo kept IOU busy and schools ems to be new every morning I must boast of my pupils being lively nnd energetic and always ready to do anything I ask of them Wo had a box supper Saturday night to ralso money for a Christmas tree On account of tho rain there were only ten boxes but those brought such enormous prices I think wo shall have enough to make an ox collont tree We also have a choice selection of Christmas recitations and dialogues which we aim to have with our Christmas tree on Christmas Day I o if there is any teacher who is discouraged and thinks to himself that ho has chosen a this agreeable profession that ho will cheer up and again that in anything there is labor and responsi hility and thorn is not any soft snap worth the having Lets all go late the field to advance education and prepare ourselves every day to do better work than wo did the previous day and make some little part in thin great world better because of our living in It With best wishes to U T C room hers Yours truly SlURXAN CrUSTCKN Fourth Vaalora SundaySchool InalltuU The Fourth Pastors Sunday School Institute will bo hold at Louisville Ky January 30 31 and February 12 1000- III 1002 there was started in tho Cityof Louisville ono of the most notable SunduySchoolmovemont of modern times a movement attracted attention all over America Tiz A Pastors SundaySchool Insti tute For four days each year under tho leadership of Sunday School ex wo hays discussed tho work of the SundaySchool from tilt stand point or tho pastors relation to It and his consequent duties January 30th next wo are to be gin the Fourth Annual Session and It bids fair to eclipse all previous ones We have secured for the fao this five of the choioos- tSundaySchoollcadora of America Mr Marion Lawrance International General Secretary and Americas greatest all around SuOlayScbool- ml1n Bishop John H Vincent ono the originators of tho International Lessons and a recognized leader in teacher training and pastoral loader ship for the Sunday School lion P H Bristow of Washington DC Superintendent of a SundaySchool over 2000 and a recognized leader in SundraySoboolwork Dr J M Frost of Nashville Editor of the Sunday School literature of the Southern r Baptist Church audan eloquent rwukorj Mr N B Broughton Ra leigh N 0 President of his State Association and now being consider d for tho International York For program and full particulars address E A Fox LouisvilU Trust Building Louisville Kentucky When I was a boy said tho rather vain person everybody said I was going to bo President of tho United States Yeti answered the seasoned politician Your case simply illustrates my argument that it isnt safe to start a boom too far ahead of sloe tion Washington StarINothing worries worry worse than work j I ForCoughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years oldAyers CherryI Pectoral Of course you have heard of improbably have used i It Once in the family It stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chestAskyourdoctoraboutiti alfhruubfrom last attack red ilitr ttrtn No woodsrItYIluoataeatsvns 11 IA LXTtItJ18i LowellNtisAlso lJers SABSAPAStLU PILLSI It Oflttie Jacob II SrlillT Jacob II Hcbirr tile Now York banker who as u director of the Equitable Life Assurance Hocloty tenlllod re Ifiinllug UH operations before the Ann strong laroatlffatlui coinuilttuu recently received a decoration from the em oeror ot Jllllan In rl1olultlou ot his our back n In councc with tho tlotu non of the Japan 010 war loan the mikado conferred upon Mr Schlff the order of the u uotl treasurer of the nuoouJ class rue eight clauoti iu tho order that Mr U the lilcbm that may bo conferred upon a parson not a native of Japan ilr Schlff U regarded as one of the ablest financier of his time and ltls wealth Is estimated at over WO000000 Ills phllanthrojiy tins won the title of the MotiUOore of Now York Sir Schlff war born In Frankfort ou tiit Main In W47 and cams to time United Hiatus at eighteen years of age ltob rt II MoCnrdr- rtobert II McQurdy who tiMtlfled before the life liuurunce Investigating committee of the Taw York loglala thaIant U McCurdy and Is fortyflvo years of age lie graduated from cut UBe In 1WJ1 and after six mouths spent la travel entered the office of Charles U Raymond genera for tho In the metropolitan district auring his lint year he re cvlrod a salary of 1000 IIU yearly revenues increased until In 1800 his booms was SUJ7 J20 He Is now sen oral mauacor of limn company Ills father as Its president rcculvca 1SO 000 per year liar Oregon Tree The forest wealth of Oregon Is of cast extent Among the species of trees la tho slant tideland spruce which grows to marvelous proportions r tlllweIlerlor foot In height Sometimes the hol lows at the foot of the troos are that a can be driven through uchI George II DarwinI IProfeaor Howard Darwin a son groat naturalist tho late Charles Darwin has recently reviewed tho attitude of the scientific world of today toward his fathers theories says that some of tho positions his HeIassumed ore not borne out by later searches The eld er Darwin devoted himself to study as Ito the origin of life on planet anti Its progressive de velopment under the conditions of what has boon termed evolution The younger Darwin goes farther than his renowned services tlon tied There and awarded Schlff him agent Mutual larger cart parout for ho made a special halllthe planet Itself moon lIe Is an astronomer has been Plumlan professor of astronomy and experimental philosophy at Cambridge university since 1883 and was born at Down Kent In 1843 lIe can add a I oog list of degrees lifter his name and lea written several works of a teamed Mare e a S u t GOOD SONGS Learn them for your school exhibition at the close of the term DARE TO BE A DANIEL P P D P P BUM bjr pr JI Standing by A purpowtrurllerdlug0aleemntend i Ua fly mlghtjr men aru lat flat trig not to laud S Many laiiU nrrataml tall talktnc tbre the lieu 4 Hold the 1011 twuaur high t Ou u Pry ermidt J1I0llor thum the faltlirnl few All hilt in thnlele head I Wbo for God hid boon a luwt lay joining DniiMa Iteml Headlong to tbo rant would till If met by banlNsltauds 8a tin and hU hat du If Andbst for Danleli Band CIILOIULIi t I IIV Dare to tM a Dan lei Dare to Nand a Inset I IIV Dare to barf a pur wseennDseutomskeflkuownl t JEWELS t Rev W O CvauiNO- Xvilrrato clroFltooT by per hen lie cometb when be cometh To make up III I IIVI He will gather He will Tin gyms for III Lit IU children lit tie children huuvethrlrIto awry All llliJewell proclom Jewel Ill lotted and DIe dw- nIbg4eulitbepsenNitpkdgbtuserI II Ills loved and lllanwn drcDierAre l WPI lilt lorwl and Litt own I ZIOILV I IIVLike lb stars I of I the morn Ing file bright rrowuc i IIderningTheyahaltshlnefulkdrksly tritt pai fw Hli tnii r UlWRMltRILIThe blue blue haze lies oer the OeMs So brown beneath the cooler breeze The dim horizons purple line Is now a fringe of trees I The distant pine loons tall and grand And sighs the summer is no nor- A king it stands to meet the blasts And snows that drift tho valley oer Tim blackbirds fly in larger flocks To winter bomell and warmerclimt They settle black upon the folds Then sweep away as swoop the winds Tho lowland viowis dotted oer With cattle grazing tiers and there Andsiftingsnowfakea slowly fall To float upon tho chilling air Carolyn B Lyman in Recreation for December PUN AND IIUSIVIJW Bills That man has an awfully confining business Wills What does ha dot lIIIHo is the Sheriff For Ladles Furnishing Goods call at the New Store they liars a full line of uptodate Goods INoticeStudents and others needing their clothes cleaned pressed or otherwise attended to can have same well done nt low rates by applying to A J L Darier 3 Prospect Cottage any evening after 0 oclock Roomcrton Guess Ill have to give up hoarding Flatloigh Going to get married f Roomorton No but my landlady wants her moneyChicago News Tako Laxative Cold Cure at night and feel O K in tho morning At Porter Drug Co Well your troubles are now over said the friend I dont know about that com plained tho successful candidate Whats wrong Why dang it all these people actually seem to expect mo to make some of my pro election prom iHOB BoAnDEits WANTED Lodgings and table board can be had at the home of the Rev Amos Stout for four persons Would also furnish table board to four others Ho needs to wear wading boots who takes short cuts to success Boron is especially tho poor moans college It welcomes boy or girl who has a bravo heart and an honest purpose and a dasir to im pm yRSIRt Real Estate 1 lore quite a number of building lotsand some improved property in Berea for sale I also havo 20 acres with a 15 room box house within a quarter of u mill of Berea corporation for S500 Also farm and timber lands in Madison Rockcastlo and Estill oouu tiesAny ono desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Berea Ky DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner CONSTIPATIONIs ter of age and it is just ucommon a condition a mong child yen as it It with their parents The condi tlon Is far more likely to reach an acute stage develop seri ously with the little Colkabe- causo of the difficulty in detecting It constipation might have been saved by the timely use of Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup PepsinT- his is the greatest known for correcting constipated condItions Dont watt until yourchild is affected but administer a dose of the medicine occasionally changefordispositionDr Pepsin Is a good thing to have in the house because It Is familyDr can be obtained in both dollar and halfdollar druggistsYour refunded U It youYour will brinjr by ntara nail our n CALDWBLLS Root OP WONDERSand frre sample to thou Wbo have never tried able wooduM nmedr Mothers writs today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MoBtloello WlaaJc For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY pV 1 W iF 1 r RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genus Ulenued Vram tbe Teaublpir of All Draoiulnatlont The way a man spends the unoccit pled hour tells what his taste IsIItv- S Edward Young rresbjrtorlau Iltu burs- Cnatttur There never was au Meal man wlw was not courageous Life In a ceuse lau conflict and without courage uo out can live a manly lIteIIef G 11 Vo4tiurgh Baptist Dourer Coed Deed Let us learn a lellllou from Chrlnts heroic conduct Let us never hvHllnte to perform a good deed even though we foresee that It will Involve UA In CardlDal1OIbbool Parent nod Children Responsibility brings strength Ev cry day thauk God for your children Keep young with them lie interest ed In their studio So iball they achieve the ambition that you have missed Her Dr Newell Dwight HIJ lls CougrcgAtlonallst Brooklyn Double Eiirlronmrnl Man finds himself In the midst of a double environment of good and evil and subjected to limitations Yet who CUD say bow far he can go beyond ap parent limits The Ideal we have today U not the Ideal of yesterday Itev S Kirk Independent Des Moines la Truth and Pence Peace Is the condition of the discov cry of all truth of the mastery of all power and of the possession of all hap piness The man who wishes to dis rover truth must be quiet Peace Is not to be discovered by the ulle of nar cotics You can narcotize not only your body but your brain your heart your soul but this Is not the way to peace Kev V J Kavago Unitarian New York A Supreme Bced One supreme need of our lives Is new strength for old burdens It la difficult to go on with the old work with enthusiasm after the novelty has worn off when the glamour has dis appeared and when the round of the flays 1s one eternal treadmill But the old work must be done The old bur dens must be borne We must bend over the same old ledger try to please the same old cranky customers We must plunge again Into the merciless stream of competition In traffic and trade We must face tomorrow the problem of trying to make ends meet Wo cannot escape itRev Poleoius II Swift Methodist Chicago Talae C Young Men- The hope of the world centers In the young man It Is recognized as true that the destiny of any nation at any given time depends upon the opinions of the yuuug men who are under tweu tyflvo years of age It the curses that blight our land are to be removed It great pressing problems are to be solved If Intemperance and Its related view are to be banished then a generation of sober Industrious and virtuous young men must tm rallIed up to accomplish tills task What causes alarm at present U the fact that drunkenness licentiousness Idleness and the gambling spirit are demons that are wrecking the young manhood of our nation Uev Orrin n Jocks Christian Church ClllracoICharacter In Mpendlnar Money U a power placed In the hands of the Individual for the purpose of 10I lug good but with that power cornea a great re i otnilblllty Meu of great j wealth are In danger of becoming self centered We may possess wealth without being harmed morally when the wealth which has been given lute our charge Is used for the benefit of others But when we use wealth In gratify our own selfish desires our spir- Itual outlook becomes more narrow Tho character of a man can be judged by the way be spends his money and the possession of money affords an op portunlty for the development of char acter The miser hoards bis wealth the spendthrift squanders It but the true servant uses It In a way beneficial to his fellowmen Men become the slaves of money living for It and con trolled by It W should avoid this fault by making a heavenly use of the mammon of wealth so using money that the life to tome stay be made richer and the present lit rosy ejmade better by Its usehey T Lawrence Bnpllst Cleveland OIA Mans Worth It is rather a dubious commentary on our current ways of thinking and bOWlmilchlog about his own worth at all but i about the worth of the thing that heilugs around with him Yet by Bible itandard the worth of a man Is not calculated by the number of his things but by the amount of his abllI ity to get along without things that Is by the amount of his Internal endow ment I remember with a sadness that ling continued to this hour the last Initorvlcw I hnd with an old friend years ago whose millions ran up Into three figures and whose life and a long lifo at that had been spent In the steady pursuit of dollars With tears coursing down hla pallid cheeks ho said to me And what have I now to show for It all The horror of It was unspeakable lIe was not a bad man I He was not addicted to VCM of any kind He was no thief and his money It Is said was all of It honest money l Hut Ills soul was empty a clean soul perhaps but nothing In It In his soul was no music bnt the echo of the days that were gone He had few friends with whom he could confer or rom mane and he couldnt commune with himself There was desperately little to commune with Hln estate was Willworthsolvent Rev Dr Charles H Park I burst FrMbyttriui NfJElS tlf IiN Dr W G BEST I DENTIST f Office over Post Office 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tree for one- Mrs Aerial Navigation To the public generally It has not teemed that recent experience has tended to Increase confidence In an early solution of the problem of aerial navigation Certain types of airships have mado short flights under espe dally favorable conditions but none has so conducted Itself as to create a strong belief that It could be moved and controlled at all times at the will of the navigator And roost ot them have shown a discouraging lacuna Lion to take a tumble says the Troy N Y Times and come to earth with Jlsconcerting abruptness Yet faith In the practicability of aerial naviga tion has not been lost And some shrewd and hardheaded men are Interested In efforts to construct a suc cessful airship One of these enter prises Is In charge ot a company which Includes In its membership a number of wealthy and prominent men whose excellent judgment and high Intelli gence are attested by the successful management of large undertakings It is Interesting to note that several of these gentlemen are also connected with automobile manufacturing and they seem to connect the speed at which the motors can be made to go with the possibilities of flying At all events they are giving deep study to the project and are thoroughly con rinsed that a way of navigating the air will yet be found The members ot this flying machine company or club are also moved by patriotic considera tions They want America to have the honor of producing a safe and practicable airship The fact that one of the men largely interested Is a resident of Its city moves the Hart ford Times to some comment on the situation In the course of which it says Our mechanics have led the world In solving so many other problems as to lead us to hope that they will successfully attack and master this one also American Inventive ness and enterprise have accom pushed so much that it would not be surprising It they were to score yet an other and one of the greatest of tri umphs by furnishing tho world with the means of flying through the air Nee Yorkers are still gasping over a nonchalant remark recently made by John W Gates while testifying In court regarding a property In which he was Interested How much money did you and your associates really put Into this venture queried a lawyer for the plaintiff Somewhere between 520000000 and 30000000 replied the wltness to the amazed court juror and auditors But surety you can lemember nearer the exact amount No yawned Mr Gates wearily any um that I might name would prob ably be several million dollars out of the way- According to a Washington account the appearance of Secretary Taft in HongKong In search of a chair struck terror Into the hearts of the chair coolies Mr Taft Is a heavy weight In the strictest sense of the term and the sedan chairs are not built for such bulky men It Is said that his first day he succeeded In breaking tho poles of three or four chairs and thus having become known to a majority of the chair bearers they endeavored to escape when the secretary showed- a disposition to go anywhere I do not believe In sandwiching courtship with religion said the sec retary of the Y M C A In New York recently No man can hold a hymn book with a cuarming young woman and pay attention to what the min aster Is saying He advocates sep arate churches for the two sexes AnOhlo man offered to stand bare footed on a 300pound cake once until It Is melted Ie tale lI rrlck was reelected governor lie didnt get old feet Fifteen million lights are used to Illuminate New York and yet in some respects darkest Africa is not so great a field for missionary work amassA a love po tloj In coffee toflvln a man Prob ably good colt alone would have been more effective RUSSIAN GHOST STORIES Murder Revealed by Spirit Visitant and a StrangeVarnlng of Death In a certain town In the provlcce ot Minsk West Russia a peasant sudden ly disappeared He was last seen alive leaving the church and going home to his sister with whom he lived relates an exchange One day In a dream his sister saw her brother He looked pale his eyes were closed and his legs wero broken He told her that ho had been mur dered by her husband and his brothers lie mentioned the exact date and place of the deed and added that his body was put Into a sack and thrown Into the river lie wanted her to find his body and have It burled In the family grave The dream was repeated several times and at last tho sister sought the advice of her aged fatherinlaw lie told her that it would be difficult to find the body and If the culprits were brought to justice her children would be left orphans so after consideration the sister gave the matter up But her brothers spirit would not rest and appeared In a dream In the above manner to a friend of his Soon the news spread to the local authorities who took tho matter up The river was searched and the body was found In the exact spot indicated This discovery had such an effect on the murderers that they at once c6n teased They gave all details of the crimehow after service they took him to a mill where they all dined and on leaving for home they attacked their victim Finding that tho sack was too small they cut off the legs tied a stone to his neck and threw him in the river The above Is certified to be perfectly ac curate by the local authorities- A Russian paper relates the following as having occurred In an officers family at tho time of an outbreak of cholera The eldest son was In an office In a town nearly 200 miles from his home One morning the family were visited by an undertaker who said he had re ceived orders from a person whom he described to make a coffin for their eta est son The father replied that the son was far away and that all the family were alive and well Directly afterward a message came that the eldest son had died of cholera at the same time that his exact sim ilitude had been seen by the undertaker HOW TO FIND BEE TREE Hunters Have a Simple Method Which IB Almost Invariably Successful Some bee hunters simply put outn bIt of honeycomb or even trickles of honey on a clean chip never resorting to the pungency of scorched wax And these are apt to mark their bees with sprinkles of flour In order to trace their flight Whatever the bait says the Country Calendar It Is set on a stump or stone or fallen tree In some open glade of deep woods As certainly as the woods hold even one bee tree there will soon be a dozen bees sucking with all their mlght The bee hunter stock still watches them narrowly aiming always to sprinkle those that come first since hp knows they are from the nearest swarmCommonly be follows the earliest bee at Its first rise If he loses It he goes back for another He may watt to see half a dozen take flight from their lines making up his mind as to the bee trees probable direction If all of them take one course he has plain sailing It is only a matter of following that course keeping his eyes and ears the while very wide open If there are crossHIgbts bees scattering In all directions the thing to do is to follow the best marked line home if possible in the wake of a laden bee and put out fresh bait for the others upon another day Following a laden bee Is not so easy The spiral rise Is confusing but a master beehunter is apt to be hawkeyed He watches the black mounting speck until it strikes line then runs along Its line knowing well It will go straight to within a few feet of the hive At the home portal there tray be a slight swerve even a lighting upon twigs or the trunk Itself before crawling In home The entrance may be a knothole or an Innocent looking crack or seam What ever it Is it Is apt to show a faint yel lowbrown stain got from the passing in and out of so many bees wax and honey laden Had Sailed on Soup An old captain and his mate feeling hungry the other afternoon went IntoIrestaurant on the water front dered dinner The Walter with consid erable flourish placed a plate of thin watery looking liquid before each of themSay young fellow whats this stuff shouted the captain gazing In amaze ment at the concoction under his nose Soup sir replied the walter Soup shouted the old sea dog Soup Bill turning to the mate Just think of that Here you and me have been sailing on soup all our lives an never knowed It tin nowWasb ington Life Expert Testimony Higgles Do you know anything about young Sorrows ability as a book keeperDlggsbySure thing I Joined hla a copy of Shakespeare more than a year ago and he has kept It ever sinceCh1 sago Daily News Are They All BereF BaconThe lyre used to be very com mon In Europe but now they say you cant tad any of them there EgbertYes I bellevtf our emigra tion laws have been altogether too laxI Yonkers Statesman illtt uMriat C1turpurit1iriia- Tftur i eacl1J s1frty iGittc By SAMUEL UNTERMYER WellKnown Corporation Lawyer We have reached the line of safety in corporate combinations The working out of these great in tlt1 trial combination in the United States lies clearly shown the professional financier what the extreme frontiers of his powers are in that direction Corpora tions have become too vast too clumsy too remote from tho original gnidjng hands and controlling brains for continued anecqgs in the competition with iiuliviilfltn ctThrtr Y In mv iutJ nt ilt thever bit industrial corpora lions will gradually grow wanker will fall into what might be railed a state of senility They contain the elements of their own destruction That munch at least is plain 1 refer to those in which time element of individuality is disappear fug which applies to most of them There arc some where the element of individual interest is retained In those cases their power will increase but they arc few in number I know of only three such cases in which combination has been ti great benefit and has served merely to accentuate the great ability and aourcchdnesc of the guiding spirits So long as the men who created and shaped these original establish ments the men responsible fog their success and familiar wilh their workingso long as these melt retained the ownership by reason of their slock holdings this centralization of business was on a sowed and per manent basis But matters did not stop there The bankers gradually began to be interested They offered some of the new securities for sale and found them to be profitable Presently the public began to take the secur ities in immense quantities Then a fatal tendency developed Manufacturers could not resist the temptation to sell their securities at hand some prices They sold their holdings to the public The public became thr owners of the corporations The men who had created the business withdrewThis is in a rough round way the real explanation of the weakness awl temporary character of our great industrial stock companies With the original personal toeee personal incentive and personal experi ence eliminated front their various cstabbthmtniu they cannot compete with individual enterprise bocd upon real and not fictitious capitaliza lion Stockholders want their dividends The stockholders want to see ihr marker values of their Mcarities held up If the president dares to follow what he knows to be aprudcnt necessary course if the dividends are cut or passed even for the propose of securing greater returns in the future a movement of the tocklk bler may presently overthrow him from hit place This is one of the unfortunate conditions surrounding and often controlling the management of our overgrown industrial systems A Unman ijpresilteut fltuiithttitj By MRS ALICE PARKER LKSStK Lawyer had tn answer categorically the ques Would woman make growl presi dent ihonltl be uMigcd to sayro with the qualification that the comparison is with the kind of men whom we have chosen for the office in this country Rut why would wart woman malts good president That is the important corollai of the answer that she would not It is because ttnan by natut is unfurl for great administrative and executive rrporsibility Ob viously not since the worlds Jmiory furnidics illuttriott examples nl the contrary A woman today would nut malc good president for the identi cal reason dual niyn III nt1e good prcsidint who hat been deprived us woman lui txcu JIM tar as loin is wontjn has been of practically all iwrticipauon miiiiaj hfand all political responsi bility Will there be womrn will make good presidents The is another question and one to whinh am use ready answer Yes Womans political capacity may itt denied at the present time but her capability is undoubted THcf are Many administrative functione in political life wTlf lishc would njjirforni fir littler than wan there are none which as pre idctit of urn Unilrd Status she would not perform as well given the experience and practice wMcli men enjoy do not men by thin that tile tints will come vrlirn there will be so many woman fitlrd for tilt office of president as there are men bntj believe that tin exceptional wonnui of the future will com pure favorably with the 1IIIIIuntnln anti believe that tier average woman of the future will mfr as cnmiKlait to txrrtitt all the rights and duties of average cilizuiuhip ns the average mean There are certain executive Jilt ir vhirh may bp granted will always be moro appropriately perihrnvd bIn1n lint Illcrr are oilier ndminixlralivc duties ins wiirli hrhrvr woman leper fillet ban man Why not n man and a woman president re wJ1 nturr ii1 f 3F lU By BISHOP M SAMUEL fYJJpD I f I tion a a I a a IN a 11 wldj I J I I il 1 r rn fir a TI has born claimed history is lUll the biog raphy of gnat mm It is true with omp quail llcaiions Great menI irc the representative or incarnation of great principle They give expression in yoke and deed to the thoughts and ideas of a people a race or an age The work of society is shaped and directed by the few The kings of finance rule the money market Tae captains of industry dictate to the commercial world The wheel within the wheel of all the labor ore ganf atipns has one hub and a few central spokes To the two or three popcsinplacerMr saying has a world of truth in it In the meetingof every committee of three one member should be sick and an other absent and then something will be done The oneman power will always obtain But with this delegation of authority goes a corresponding responsibility r HIS HIGHNESS THE MAYOR London Official Una Robes of State Four Swords ar d Holds Many Dignities rho attitude of the average Now York er toward the mayor of his city cone trastB curiously with that of the average Londoner toward Uio lord mayor The office of the lord mayor of Lon don Is htdg d about with thi nioflt elaborate formalities Ho has gowns of scarlet violet and blauk for various oc casions and a train bearer The lady mayoress Is attended by maids of honor her train is borne by pages In costumes In the city his lordship takes precedence Immediately after tho uov erolgn When the king visits the city the lord mayor meets him nt Temple Bar and hands him the sword of state which ho returns to him This quaint feudal cere many was strictly observed at the Jub neo of 1897 Ills lordship has the choice ot four swords tho sword of state for supreme occasions the pearl sword for ceremonial functions and tho black sword borne on the death of a member of the royal family or when attending funeral services Tho fourth sword Is hung abovo the lord mayors chair at the con teal criminal court There are other emblems of office the diamond scepter the seal tho purse and the mace They play unimportant part at the swearing In of the lord mayorelectThe chamberlain with three obeitancea presents the scepter to the retiring lord mayor lie In turn do livers It to his successor who lays It on thotablo In front of him The chamber lain retires with three more rovcrcncei 10 return with the seatand three rover oueM more The puree Is similarly pre seated Further genuflexion follow from the swordbearcr who renders up the word the macebearer also resigns tho mace The former lord mayor then nur roBdere his key to the coffer In which the seal Is kept There are three keys Of the other two one ta held by tho chamberlain the second by Oho chairman of the lands committee To unlock the coffer all three must be produced Though this complex ceremonial may seem sadly belated It has Its great his torte Interest It Implies the sovereign tower and authority In ancient times of the chief magUtrato of the city The scepter wbrd- v anti mace are emblems royaltyThe meyer wan a merchant prince In fact as well at by name lie Is still by virtue of hU algae admiral of the port of London ganR r of wine and oil and otter gfmgable articles molar of owls grain salt and fmH and iBepcMor of totter hops sop ehMM sad other articles COM tag Into the port ofLoMkia NMtflees to say these tfatlr are per torre4 hf deputy lie K 10 mention but ORe or two more cf lite aifjnlUaa a governor of four hotfritats a Irttttco of 8C Pauls cathedral add a mnRtatrato In several ptaew l rhape his mOlt curious of He nut to that of admiral of the port to that of coroner Here again the fane ikm Is only Bomlnally his No troops may MM through the city without the lord mayors content The paaaword of time tower It sent to him lIe hi entitled to enter at any hour dajr or night TOO WIDEAWAKE FOR BOTH LightFingered Artist Does a Neat Piece of Work and Aids a Lesson A careless young fellow was often warned by his careful father of the many needless risks ho fun of falling a victim to the wiles of pickpockets and was U sured that If he continued to display his watch and chain so negligently they would Inevitably be taken away No fear was the confident assertion of the son Im much too wideawake for that to happen One evening the father offered to take his son to a theater and tbo opportunity was eagerly embraced Well are your watch and chain all right asked the father when he and his ton were comfortably seated Of course they are was Jacks amused reply nut when he began to feel jn his pocket his smile disappeared and he shamefacedly confessed that his watch wax gone Ha hat laughed the father Werent you much too wideawake for that to happen But perhaps youd like to know that I took It simply to prove to you how easy It Is f6r a man lo rob you In a crowd You took It father exclaimed the young fellow In utter umazement Yes my boy I bought tithe scissors commonly used for such a purpose and stilt laughing just transferred your watch from your pocket to mine and see here It Is On putting his band Into his pocket however tho father also suddenly ceased laughing and looked quite as sheepish as Jack had done before Jack he stammered why Jack my dear boy yours and mine are both gone Some one has evidently been more wideawoke than both of ut this time Use of Hops The English wero taught the use of hops by a native Artois who Intro duced theme Into England In 1D24 They met with some hostility for phyalclanu represented them as un wholesome and parliament was petitioned against thorn as a wicked weed In 128 their use was prohib ited under severe penalties Henry VIII appears to have been prejudiced against hops for in a manuscript dated Eltham January 1630 occurs no Injunction to his brewer not lo put hope or brimstone into the ale CHINESE WERE ABSTAINERS What a Sake of the Celestial King dom Ilea to Say About the Wine User Several ywara lib there way pub llihwl M translation of a very old Chi noeo religious hook eotltfttl UnOIl1I In Vlrtuo No iiaefsui tall whom it was rltimi but It was certainly many hundreds of yeas ago this writer wbow name was Him UhliiiiCOui speaking of wino says cThrough wine the scholar loses his fjooiPnamu tho IIIHR tlratn his Ofllcv the merchant his trade and tne artisan hty work Parson property lrlnwi family and life ars all Jnjurwl What difference Is there botweoii It unit ivenomous tor pout T- Hunco the first of the liniiilhur prohibition la AbMaln from what Wine is a cruel ax that cuts dawn the t character U It good or evil to ftfvw or to prom upon a aua M a hind that which may Injure hlmT Some may escape Ibe evil but tout if every ten are destrnywi Wtiw may be of excellent Itavor but It M n madmans medicine Wino la the I source of disorder II bfqvn hll heels of hideous things ll spoils lonevity- and hand down vicious hlUIU hero are the saint authors ThIrty two Kvlls ot Wino Drinking 1 It robs the heart of Ita punt 2 It exhausts IHINMt jr and property 9 Door of much atafeneM and due rate 4 toot of hrawtt and fjwtr leK I It makes sues naked and barefooted us sash sad hunwo but unlike cattle C Habitue and danolB Idling anti cursing ihoy urn deb ltlaall won 7 Through U obtain what they should 81What they obtain they loin 9 It eaiMM men to waste dINts IUtd exhliuue speech when they awake It U only II i repent 18 it afro the lose ofrmuch and an uwafcttj B only i shame and cont tlos 11 It destroys physical force MS It tpolH roate nonce and eetn0xio U Hmrt and mind are led astray 14 Vitdom and kaowlodie are btrlMMiM L11 It destroys the capacity fo lunar post 1C Through It men casaot revtntom the ands Iii Nor obsy the words of good monoI1S Nor laws of the ewe pine 10 It mahM fn t4kftw wtii Jsad wicked tan C Ml t rnuwt a tvpamttoN haM the vtrtuwua lad Rood 21 It MAke teas tham lM M It Nell MII n U Motion an on U U dtttrojr the power to ronttwl the patttwaa Qtl II elves tat over to evil without limit alt It 1t niMAs theta 10 tm the d wit fM rrodwsM a hotel wnhoet fMr tinTiling day late nlgoi f XS takeS in fntMMM in crime acid leeches tnl st Ittjortt vlrtWM laws C M U UIIftales host the trw tad happy life Nirvana Ull flows lire a of iMtBHy and iMdnewu 1ft Cmropu the Cody dttuoya tt life sad eeeeapes to fall Into the waked way NOTES PROM APJtELD Bvery week our eouotrr spends 9K I COQ OO far Inioxleatluc drltilw The London Caned TtoipcinjK council hat drafted flee twjft aptre text to be dlaptayed In CU Lqua street oars Tbo city of JoliKBnostMirp SoujUiAI rlra prohibits adtrtlnmcnfji regard Ing liquor and gambling on a pcimltr t1 of 13 or two mouths lmprl ooni n The law in eafoneil The people of China believe that opium U nothing the than a devastat log curse and they soon will tm lo a position to say to Great Ucitalat quit snaking money out of the vral nwx cal vice of orientals ur also quit CIlia log yourself supcrlqr to us In cvlu tlon and ethics In the closing days of 1000 a wan named Pearson wu elected ph Iter Portland Mo There were 300 xalpoiit The first day he soiled Cl and to it week closed every bar In thirdly In six months business among fetal mel chants bad ln reaed CO per seat and lie lurcnd back 40 per cent of the pauper fund at not needed It might interest tho publln to know remarked Clerk John IV Mao nine ot the Suffolk superior criminal court of Boston In subDilltlnn his roe cent annual report for publication that neatly 911 per cent of UIUOIHO j that passed through our court tnt P year were for drunkenness This sups ports tbo argument 1 have always clung to nivtuely that rum It At the bottom of all kinds of crime aadvlce Drug Victims Superintendent Sloan of the hide well prison Chicago In his annual roe port states that 1170 men women and boys who were tent to the Urldewcll laHi year were slaves to morphine to calnc or some vlmllar drug wa+ an enormous Increase over the pre vious year when there veto son nlavc racomrpsndjgnimmediate to atop the careless preacrlblDR of thee drugs by doctors RetponslbilltyThe beld that where a saloon keeper by the Illegal sale of liquor CBUSCH ley cut quhrelqnisaloon keeper it liable In damapp for the death of the murdered man The Kal60n keepers arejtable tat the pnynieul pf till daptafia 1 n event the saloon keeper la not wortb the umqunt of the judgmept cecurf4 T TOPGRAFTING OLD TREES How Ono Colorado Fruit Grower Has Improved Upon the Time Honored Method It Is a well Itnown fact that very titan progress or Improvement In the methods of top grafting fruit trees has been made for the past 100 years or worfTbo same old style of cleft grafting splitting the stock and In tortlng the scions Is largely used throughout the world that was used hundreds of years ago It Is nn old and truo saying that Necessity Is the mother of invention anhbaving put out a 50acro orchard In the western part of Colorado some MBTUOD or anArnNO IK a MW country where 1comm1r8 of trait wae a new ven experiment we naturally know the beet varieties of y applet peon plums prune cherries nprleota and peaches to plant There was no way to determine this queettoR nxeept by planting and eiperlmentlng wblah we proceeded at once to do planting soraethlRB like 100 vnrietlea of apples 40 of pars M of plums eight of prunes 11 of cherries 14 of aprlcoU M of peaches and about the aliioftured far tatter than our most sun gulne expectations Alter ten years however we discov ered that there was a better demand for fewer varieties The qurittlon arose What shall we d01 Dig up all the undesirable kinds and plant again with those that are In most demand or lopgraft The old way of splitting toe stock seemed lo us as being II slow process and quite unreliable besides It did not look mechanical Inserting the smooth eut surface of the scion Into the rouxh tora orifice Although this was tho only method that we bad known or used when a boy some 60- years ago and one that Is still largely practiced throughout the world we were not satisfied with the results I will now present to you a prac tical demonstration of the method we bav0 used for the past ten years with the most complete success writes W So Coburn of Delta county Colorado never losing one scion lu a thousand hereby keeping the treo In symmetrical form and changing tho poorly shaped trees Into good forms u well III the fruit At this point explains the editor of the Prairie Partner Mr Coburn who is president of the Colorado Hortleul tural society gave a practical demon stration of his system of grafting He look a portion of a limb and sawed a crppve In the end much as In the man theNAfter rawing the groove the vide wqre smoothed and made beveling by the use of a half moou shaped saddles knife Mr Coburn explains that the trimming can be done with any sot of a knife however but the sad dlers knife Is the most convenient In making the groove smooth and true Next the scion which has already been cut with a wedgeshaped side Is slipped Into tho groove where the nat ural pressure of the beveled sides muses an almost perfect connection i sfbown In the cut After the scion baa been inserted It Is waxed and han dlc In the usual manner ITke Winter Philosopher Says lash repair and oil all harnesses Paint wagons and otherexposed tools Grind the axes apd trim the hedge rows which are qrowdlBg the plow Alta those from the tilde of the road that yoi may grow grass and please the eye of the traveler If you Intend celling wood next win ter cut It this winter and save drawing water to market Orange Judd Farmer I A runty pig may be properly defined all tnno that eats Its head off about thretjlmea a year vv CC = KEEPING DIST OUT Prof Fraser of Illinois Experiment Station Has Something to Say About Clean Milk Prof Fracr of the Illinois agrl cultural experiment station calculate from extensive experiments that from muddy udders ant ounce of dirt would fall into tho milk In 32 mllklngs or thai every 275 pounds of milk would con lain ono ounco of filth This accounts for tho solid matters which can be strained from the milk but what ot the matters in solution Where I milker wets his hands with milk and proceeds to strip milk from a filthy udder liquid filth enters the milk and cannot be removed Such milk is s manure soup In some instances and this liquid contamination Is worse than tho presenco of solid foreign bod fee Even where milk is taken from a cleansed udder with dry hands into a clean pall in a perfectly sanitary place the milk contains hundreds oi germs for germs even enter the udder and come away in the first stripping There is little if any danger to bt feared from the few germs present In such milk so long as the milk Is quick ly cooled to 40 degrees or less but there Is little milk so clean as this unless produced In a dairy where cleanliness Is paramount In the ordinary dairy stable filth germs are everywhere When a ray of bright sunlight enters at a crack or little window myriads of particles are seen to bo floating In the air and these particles mean that germs Invisible to tho naked eye arc likewise there and capable of being caught and grown upon tho surface of a suitable laboratory medium or In a suitable medium such as warm milk To prevent thousands yes millions of germs from entering milk milking should be delayed until dust has set tied to the floor when bedding or feed has been put down or when cows have entered tho barn Every possible pre- cAution must then be taken from the time the milk II drawn from the cow until it U delivered to the customer to prevent germ invasion Milk that Is placed In an open can and dipped out to customers on a milk route cannot possibly escape becoming con taminated with germs each time the IAn Is opened out of doors and the dipper Is constantly catching and carrying germs On a suitable medium germ colonies grow wherever a germ has fallen Proto Fraser exposed such media In different places and found the following number of germs pres ent Open field 09 barnyard 13 poorly kept barn during milking 188 wellkept barn during milking 12 before feeding 40 after feeding 100 after brushing cow not under appar ently clean udder 178 under washed udder 191 The dishes containing medium used for growth of these oat onies bad an area of about ten square Inches and were exposed about halt a minute DUMP FOR A SLED Convenient Arrangement for Cut fir Hauling Manure in the Winter Time Dump carts for hauling manure and other articles are usually associated with wheels but for hauling out manure In winter the wheel cart Is not practicable says a writer in one ot TUG DfMP SLED our exchanges Here U a dumping arrangement applied to a sledan Idea borrowed from the dump cars that are used for grading railroads Anyone can see from the cut how the principle Is applied The dump must be pivoted high enough BO that when tho pin Is pulled tho dump will be sufficiently inclined to empty all the contents of the sled Such an arrangement will be found most con+ venlent where it Is the practice to haul out the dressing as It Is made la winter directly in the fields SEED THOUGHTS The chief value of paint Is In apu pearance but this is money Alfalfa hay is line for young calves Turn the sheep in the turnip field and let them harvest tho crop Last call to look at the farm build Ings It they are not In good repair put them In proper shape at once Do not try to winter calves nor colts on late cut hay Their stoma ache are not strong enough to di gest it- Dont neglect to oil the bearings ol farm tools and wagons Neglect short ens their life and wears out the boat Keep Wind Off Cows A tight board fence or covered shed should extend CO feet from the cornet of the barn to shut off the cold winds Wonderful what a difference this makes In the comfort of the stock Set the posts three feet deep and six feet high before thv ground freezes one Mavachu setts officials engaged Jn exterminat ing the gypsymoth automobiles aro spreading the pest by stopping under infested trees when n the caterplU lens drop Into tin auto or on to Us occupants to be carried far and wide Ta le cuttings BOW of currants and gooseberries tie them loosely In bun dies with butt ends together and bury so that the ends will come In contact with the earth They will form a allous and often start some roots beicre rprlng t n weliaas l Preparation for the MessiahSu- nday School Lesson lor Decl7lM5S- peclallr Prepared for Tilil Piper LESSON TKXTMalachl 1112 Mem Dry verses 810 GOIDI2N T8XT1 will send my men sender and he shall prepare the way be fore MeMal III TIME It U commonly agreed that Malnchl prop leI during NehemIah ab lence In Persia between his ttn and see and visit that Is In the years tIer B Co 3JILACEJtrullalem and the vicinity BCniJTlinU RKFimUNCKS The Forerunner Foretold In Mal 21 46 6 lea 4088 Came yuat before Christs mission Melt 1111 14 ll12 13 iK Mark 913 Luke 1767J How He Prepared the WayMal 11 Tea 403 Matt 3611 Nark 1CI Luke SO II John 11581 The Good Times PromlwdPsa 7SM lea 226 927 11610 MM 141113 IW 13 011419 so ttt 3 Dan SU 48 71314 it S7 Joel 8 28 9 MIc 41 4 liar 79 Wai 111 Kev 61014 21 and 22 The Two Condltlonsl Putting away tin Lev d041 1 Kings 1Gto ZChroa r14 lsa 111 17 KC 7 Jer 414 75 SM Kick 141 112131 111018 Matt 37 8 117 Luke 133 1111 14 Acts 238 823 2 Religion in heart and lire Psa 1243 S Isn 443 121 Jer tl3I Biek 111910 Joel 21218 Matt It J John 136 Horn lBph 18 1 TIm 4S ThoughtVmessenger Revisers omit will making the promise very Imminent This was best fulfilled In the send ing of John the Baptist to prepare the way for Christ See marginal references Prepare the way Seo IBS 403 4 The Lord shall suddenly come Not content with lending messengers God Himself will come to visit life people This was fulfilled In the coming of Jesus the Son of God Vo seek ye delight Some peoplo of those days were earnestly longing for the Messiahs coming Messenger of the covenant The Lord who bad repeatedly entered Into covenant with Israel V 2 Who may abide Ills IhoI cious metals are refined by casting the ore Into the fierce heat of a furnace whore all dross is burned away and only the purified metal remains Fullers soap A fuller was one who cleansed cloth V 3 Sons of Levi The Ltvltes being the religious leaders of the pea plo are first to be purified V I Then pleasant unto tho Lord OfOnly they whose hearts aro pure can otter acceptable offerings to our God Matt 18 The offering of a hUMble contrite heart He will never dcsylso V I I will come Judgment People bad declared 17 that It seemed most profitable to do evil and that the Just God had departed from them To this the prophet replies that when God comes to purify Ills own people lie will also condemn the wicked Swift witness He will some so suddenly that He will catch them In their very ants of wickedness lie Himself will be their witness V 6 I change not not onn sumed Our God is eternal and un changeable As Jehovah Ho had entered Into covenant with the Jews V 7 From the days of your fa thers The ancestors of these Jews had repeatedly done Just an them hall done now But once morn Oil says Return unto Me und twill return unto you V 8 Will a man rob God To rob God would be a most atrocious crime Yet U Is the very sin of which people of all ages hue been guilty UlaJ 1 C9 The one thing Ills heart yearns for Is our sincere loveV 9 Cursed Tho troubles that bad come upon them had been sent as reminders of their neglect of God V 10 All the tithes The whole tithe It Is still a very good plan for us to set apart oneseventh of our time the Sabbath and onetenth of our money for Gods specific use Tho latter may be applied in helping the poor building and supporting churches sending tho Gospel to the heathen Storehouse Around the templo on three sides were built chambers In which the tithes should be stored At this time they were so empty that one had been used as a home for Toblah Nth 1349 Meat In mine house Sufficient to carry on the worship and work of God V 11 Tho devourer The lo coat which was eating the scanty crops Cast her fruit The grapes shall not taU without ripening It we make God anti Gods work our first care God will care for us and oursV 12 All nations blessed If God were allowed to have Ills way In purifying and blessing His people all neighboring nations would be amazed at Israels prosperity and would recognize It as the gift of Je hovah So today those Christians who allow Jesus to have the right of way in their lives boner their Saviour and attract others to Him Practical Points- V 1 Each one of us Is called to bea messenger preparing the way for Christ2 Cor B20 V 2 They who abide under tut purifying Influence of the Holy Spirit will notbe ashamed before Jesus at Ills coming John 228 V 0 The oppressed have In God a faithful cnamplon Ps1 126 V 8 We defraud God when we withhold the love which is Ills due Mark 1230 V 9 We call It a Curse wben our sins cut offline blessing God louts t- bestowsJer iUJ erW bTaM4ANNuJ 4e 41WMri ENGLISH GIRLS NEW POWER Fair Young Britons Are Achieving Wonders in thu PoUt ical Field English women ore taking a more active Interest in politics every day The success of the political woman was a foregone conclusion from the first but one of the recent develop ments IH the keen Interest and active part taken by girlssometimes still In their teens Many society women who ore regarded as leaders of the womans cause have carefully supervised the po- lItical education of their daughters Before her marriage Lady Marjorie Sinclair frequently accompanied her mother the countess of Aberdeen on the platform at meetings of liberal women and Lady Helen Stavordale helped the marchioness of London derry to discharge her duties In con nection with tho Primrose league An other young society woman who prom ises to become a star In tho political arena Is the countess of Crowe Probably the most Interesting band of young women politicians are the daughters of tho earl and countess of Carlisle Lady Dorothy Howard a pretty fair haired fresh complex ioned l and a Glrton graduate has been accustomed to public speaking since she was 1C The old order of womens rlghteis was contented to work and wait but the younger school believes In hustling and promises to outstrip the old brig ade In point of achievement PRODUCED ARTIFICIALLY Process by Which English Chemist Makes Diamonds of Small Size Diamonds are not born but made with unprecedented success by Dr Burton of Cambridge England who has proved that the Inestimable gem Is a denser form of carbon than graph ite and that a lesser pressure than hitherto has been supposed suffices for producing artificial diamonds He uses a molten alloy of lead and some metallic calcium which can also hold a small quantity of carbon In solution If the calcium is separated from the molten mass some of the carbon crys tallizes The separation of calcium can be accomplished through steam If the Introduction of steam Is made during full red heat small graphite crystals are formed in the resulting crust of lime If the steam Is intro duced during low red heat no graphite is roomed but a number of micro scopical crystals are formed the prop ertied of which are entirely Identical with those of natural diamonds Those diamonds possess a high refractive power and therefore strengthen the belief that some day the chemist may produce gems of sufficient size and per fection to compete with the natural stone Identification for Warships The German admiralty has resolved upon furnishing ships of war with mean for recognising each others identity at distances too great for read ing the name of tho vessel This Is to be effected by the use of rings or bands on the chimneystack differing in number and color The colors used will be black white red and yellow According to several liberal German journals the ships of the opposing squadrons frequently mistook a friend for an enemy during the recent maneu vers owing to the absence of any means of Identification Wont Be Bored So youre not going to the stag upper tonight 1 said Hubbs No replied Dubbs Im the onl one of the Invited guests that doesnt own an auto Ive been up against that bunch of conversation before Detroit Free Press Gratis FriendWhat made you blush so during the ceremony Bride Oh I felt to cheap CheapYes gave me nway you know Cleveland Leader rM MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dec 3CATTIK Common JI SS tf 81 HoIlv teem 4 W4W II1oSHxra SIX tpaiiiMtxrdSIIUII Kjctra 4 K q 4 r0 AMIiSixtra WITS 1IOUIllIrlnc patent CIS 0140 WHHATNft 1 red Jl W II s51tCONNnNo 3 white U 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evory housewife wants one or moreo+ nFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 9 0 1 tTake a Look Through Our Stocko It surprise you how well and bow reasonably we can + o supply your wants + iIFITS FROM US ITS GOOD o + Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 25 30 and 535 worth UJtoo and X65oo + ORUTCHER EVANS i t oJopllnsOld Btund Richmond Ky Dip Phone 73 KIcbl rboue 4748 + tb+cad o+d +o+o+ol o Fo+ +o+o+o+o+o+o+o +oho +dio+o Fo+o+ 0 d Carriage Satisfaction Here j carriages invariably give No better place to buy than HERE No better time to buy thai i f NOW Prices down to Rock bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We and retiro Get our prices j KENTUCKY CARRIAGE r HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky ItiJIttiIotfi- I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Con Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON te another Ezccllcat Flea i t- lld44444 p j N This Sttt Ky I I n LOUISVILLE t NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 going North Train 4 Bally Leave Berea IMO a a m Arrive a m Arrive a m Colnr North Train 2 sally Leave D rila132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive m Arrive Cincinnati 610 pt m Suing South Train 3 Dally Leave p m Arrive p IB S lnp South + Train iDalty Leave a a Arrive Knoxville 700 a E- DKQUIFMKNT Trims numbed 3 tod S carry Bu art Parlor ear anti coaches IxtwcrnClDClinau and Knoiilllt in bolb illrtctloor Train mini bun 1 end 4 tarry rnllmio vellbuld Sleeping iiFtad koiella etweee Cluduntll and Knox villa III fcolh dire rllcrti W H TOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC NY CO Tim taI In affect April fl 90S EMil BOUND No 1 14e2 ltog 1015 L u 880 p m Nlchle4Yltle V 1100 716 VII YleW 1114 740- Richmonde JtM rJ0 Kkbmond It liW p m e10nlr- vlns 103- Beittjrflllt 7J1I T40 Iv10omo tiUJfln Jot 3o0 IUlO WESTBOUND1 Nat N4 No 5 velUm 7801 m 37S p NlehalUI aM 297 Valley View 1111 706 Rtchmbsa t 500 IM 150iviesBeanyvlhe asattIntjTllle Jet 550 1010 a1NieholssyillenattaDd iVniallle lo sue rom Bt ilid Louisville No t connect at BtaUyrllU Iu6enoeiot JaclxoE Foraa IUnher tntormai ns addrtM any 10ealnU or A A e 4 wssl iY1flIGC Buggies PhaetonsEunaBouts Surries I TrapsDurable t r GracefulUseful Stylish bodyfinish repaint repair WORKS- C Madison County Roller Mills Potts Duefstfn m- ArrivelUchmond4Iii Jarili28Cinrinoati760 ParilJ330p Bere1llKubxv111e810 Berea1217 b6l1TR0Yesalle- EyRs Comfortablo Call at T J Uobcrieva and Me the beat line of- COLLAiI r 1i HA1tns 1TJ6GT HARNESS AND ANTTHINO That you need fer the hoNe Cai yodto t 4 T J MOBERLEYiRichuoid I I 1 PRODUCE CHICKENS3l GEESE TURKEYSt EGGS HIDESITALLOW ETCI i Bought at top BoteV pfleetby Je SI GOTT J H Depot Street IkrKX Ft t t 4 P c 4 aWJYf1feWa V Wts S at erar Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for V Jr Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L DougUi shoes for style comfort and wear It known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better utltfactlon than J ether makes because the standard has always been placed so high that 1M wear an expect more for their money than they can jet elsewhere M We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect H fit inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKY J ft t I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t 1111111111111111111111111 Mrs Martha Lamson the mother of Mrs L V Dodge fell while in the act of sitting down in a chair last Thursday and broke her hip Mrs Lamson is over 80 years old and it is doubted if she will ever be able to walk again Miss Ruth Wiggins Miss Laura Bell McGinnis of Lawteuceburg I Kyvand Mr G R Glotfelter of Yukon Okla Ter visited in Berea tbeiI 1 is pressman I A crossing is being laid on Main Street over Walnut Street and inci I dentally fence is being built to keep traffic within the bounds of the street It will be a great improve ment tPresident Blanchard of Wheaton 111 preached a very able sermon at the House last Sunday morning He also preached at the College Chapel service at the Tabernacle Sunday night and gave the Monday Lecture at the College Monday morning Tho largest congregation of the year so far listened to him Sunday night Every one to whom the Citizen cornea this week is invited to become a subscriber if he is not alreadyso A dollar a year and a beautiful pic turn as a premium A good commis icn to agents Write for particulars Frank M Liveugood of last years graduating class at the College is now at CriHtobal in the Canal Zone He says be is nicely located theta and likes his work Perry James of Pulask County has bought the Jim A Wilson farm two and a half miles north of Berea paying therefor 5430 The sale WWI made through G D Holliday Mr Parker Anderson a farmer i living near Paint Lick met with a painful accident Monday morning opposite the Hospital In attempt ing to get on his wagon be slipped and fell and one wheel of the wagon ran over hia body The wagon was heavily loaded with lumber Mr Anderson was taken to the Hospital It is hoped no serious internalsymp t tons may develop IRov William Davisou of Somerset will preach in the Congregational church next Sunday morning Many of our readers will remember Mr Davison as a very able preacher who preached in this locality ten years ago All are invited to come and hear him The Harmonia Christmas Concert will be given at the Tabernacle next Monday night The Club will pro sent the Cantata of Ruth with or ehestral accompaniment Miss Put ram Soprano will take the part of Ruth Miss Ambrose Contralto will take the part of Naomi Miss Fee Contralto will take the part of Orpha and Mr Horton Basso will take the t part of Boaz The usual admission This will mark one of the principal musical events of the season and all should attend 11111111111111111111111111 Rev T A Kitchen will preach at Harts Chapel next Sunday afternoon at three oclock Mr M J Gabbard and Professor Dodge went to Disputauta last week and mustered in one new member of the G A R Outpost at that plAceI LouiSIviUebe here next summer I Regular meeting of James A West Post G A R Saturday night All Comrades in vicinity urged to attend Miss Addie Kinney who has been visiting her sister Mrs L 0 Lester returned to her home in Corbin last SaturdayIThe plumbing in Supt Edwards house is about completed It is be ing done by student labor under the direction of Engineer Dick Mrs Joness house on Richmond Street caught fire Friday about noon Fortunately the fire was seen by passers by before much damage was doneMr Tyler representing the Auto matic Telephone Company of Chicago is in town in the interests of his companyMessrs Rigby Gamble Dick and Horton have organized the Aurial Quartette and will soon make a little tour as entertainers Those who heard them at Sunday night Chapel as they sang Remember Now Thy Creator will have no doubt of their SUCC6MIMinter and Pierson give up their occupancy of the stable on Main Street on the first of January and I Mr Johnson of the firm of Bogie HtandlTbeMr J Burdetta is suffering from I a very severe inflammation of one of hi eyesMr Ed Shockley him sold his house and lot on Tunnel Street to a Mr Jams of Rockcustle County I Consideration 600 MrGD Holli day negotiated the sale Mr James comes here to educate his children Mr Shockley proposes to go on a farmThe Rail Road has built an excel lent six room house for the foreman- of its section gang and two double houses for the use of the hands These houses are well built equippodandare furnished practical ly free to their occupants It is reported that the firm of Hick nell and Early has been dissolved Mr Early selling out his interest to Mr Bicknoll Mr Chrisrnan has moved his stock of furniture into the part of the store formerly devoted to hardwareAttention is called to the change in the time of the College and Union church Sunday Schools Theynow begin fifteen minutes earlier than hasI been the vise heretofore being at 930 instead of 045 This necessitates a change in the time of preach jug at the Parish House it now he lug 1045 instead of 1100 Miss Curs Smith on Boouo Strew bus been sufferiug for sometime with i mental trouble It is expected hat she will soon recover A Ilea for the Mnuutnln llrl Subsequent to the publication of Senator Blackburns infamous tlnufe against the mountain people Ires dent Frog of Berea College by a direful icsearch into the unimU uf revolutionary history demonstrate o the public through the columns uf the Citizen the ancestry of the mom taiueerw As one who has associate a long time with the people of tho hillcountry and for the benefit of tho largo number of mountain student who will attend B rea College during the vititer term I wish to exoueral thorn from an unfair and biased al legationSome time since a statement uudt the following caption Solution of the Servuut Problem was eitetilat in u curtain periodical the substauc of the article rending thus Mouu tain girls who receive training in Berea College make excellent set rants iu tilt wealthy homes of th North etc etc For the past ten years Berea hM been the Mecca of the young poopl of Eastern Keutucky because it ill accesanble tr those compurativel without means Its philanthrope and evangelical influence has son light and inspiration into hundred of homes as a city that is set on n hill And it is due to the philati thropy of this institution that the mountain girls and boys often find homes among the wealthy for u time in order that they may obtain menus to push ou through college Bu God forbid that the mantle of servi tuie falling from the shoulders of the emancipated freedmen should descend permanently as a sable pal upon the unsophisticated uiountaii girl God forbid that her real uteri should be hidden for an iustuu Under the bushel of such an tin pardonable error Upon the Ma of commotion when so many false theories are afloat let us gather up the flotsam and jetsam of truth the things most easily realized and understood Mountain life tends to make men narrow Like the toad in the tree we unconsciously become a part of our surroundings This is a law of nature and cannot bt repealed byan act of Congress though fortunately it can be modified bychange and travel Alas but tea have the opportunity to travel In many hundreds of isolated homes tbei early morning midday andevening work must go on Even school days are BO generally interrupted by tasks as to preclude the joy of an education It often occurs that the eldest of a large family is a girl IfI tW her life is one of service She must forego many pleasures to keep the machinery of the hone going She takes the place in love and is following the line of her hearts holiest instincts for deep devotion and reverential love are the charac teristics of the mountain girls The proof of this is the quiet loving ser vice rendered uncomplainingly day after day But the fact that the mountain girl serves her own willing ly and lovingly is no reason why she should be looked upon as the source of service to those who willcon sider her only a servant Now as to the possibilities of time mountain girl If the standardof tint woman of the mountains is to be raised they must have larger op portunities for mental and spiritual development Hitherto thoy have been taught falsely that all wealth must be acquired by manual labor and the most rigid economy They have been taught that a tuna is prac tically a thief who earns more thou daily wages and that a capitalist if the natural foe of the laborer Now no woman should drudge but all should labor with discretion as phy sically ublu Farm labor for a woman is a treadmill The eternal climb must be kept up but thu altitude never heightens For more than a halfa century hundreds of women whom I know in the mountains have spent their lives in washing ironing baking scrubbing churning hoeing yes mud sometimes plowing in the fields Their toilsome dreary lift has been unrelieved by any incident or byplay even by a visit to ton- A narrow ignoramus long ago said The home is womans sphere Women should cook and gossip rock cradles and darn socks only this and nothing more But civilization l1udImould the home whether it he money lauds polities or schools Fortunately the school has at least count to the relief of the mountain girl A life of service is liars still but with change and solace for the erstwhile cheerless life There art now the social functions the Inoti Lute the Association of Teachers and the daily contact with other IIlives While in the capacity of the mountain girl can do much to combat the prejudice against womans progress Placed upon an equality with men her real ua fukss U recognized Shu II i GIFTS FORE- VERYBODY I We believe we have enough presents in our store to fill all the trees in the country We believe that nowhere cau you find na large an assortment or us diversified collection The things we have arc from allover the world The Old World and the New World North South East and West have i contributed to this vast array there are presents for everybody Boys teyItravel and advtlure- dads knlve big tin tope Out bum livery boy mot ftodnl wish oto tie I uppllcd from this Urge collection Girls Dolts tilth e a a d- Amn Work Oozes Things to make Ilaby Clothe with Sturte at Paine and other child stories IHIuly little Knlck Knack luj bottle of Scent fpMhelr stock- Ings ans aglr111kesIt ace GrownUpsWe heart of the olderfolks as wen In this big tote are manynits preteutt rap and Mamma and anther and Slain w many wt cant begin la count them trot t- way la to aye and look arauud iThis Is The Toy Store IEvery toy you can think of ie here Noisy toys and toys are showy toys and ugly toys things that run engines and automobiles and flying machines everything you ever thought of or ever will think of Lots of them sea them f TEe Porter Drug Comncoaro u ran Jre r arSl t Furniture is a NecessityY- ouK must have it to make your homewor room lookand reel for the winter There comfortableI i time to buy than now the need things you ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed i room Suites Desks Carpets Window Shades Pictures eteIII LOUIS 0 LESTER I4 S Next to the still Chestnut Ave I iceihonc 93 at YThe Little Four I American Fence 4 ft high 28 cents per Rod 500 Locust Posts J5 cents each Peerless Washing Machine 275 Building Paper 49 cents per Roll A P SETTLE Jr rr wer sss 7 eoeooeoeoeoe08oeoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoeoeoaou 0- M Ie I 0 X A SiI I- e 0 A IS i- I i iiHERE1 II0cannot finda better and I cheaper place than 0 I The New Cash Store i RHODUS GREEN PROPS I Iooooo 0 oaooeooeoooo o oiotllo oeooeo o oi IMrORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSEO Interesting Happenings Boiler Down For tho Busy Ilemlcr FOREIGN ANn DOMESTIC NOTES What Our Government Officials Are DoingCrimes and Casualties A Summary of Prominent Events Througout the Globe Congressional Proceedings Iho assembling of Clio GOth congres n the ith for the first session was without unusual features Hpoako winon and other onicore of the hous WITO reeleotod A brluf session wa 1111 by tho senate which odjournoi ml of respect to the memory ot the alt tfennior Platt SCt attar nsw sen ttiors had been sworn In A large uum c r of bills were Introduced In thY iiouse covering a large variety ot tUb JrtaHojialor Newlands Inlrnrtuced a rei lutlon providing for national Incor lr ration of railroads An appropriation of 11JDOOOOO wai nand toward the construction ot thr IMiamo canal by the house on the 71 h It was a rampromlH betwser hi lGJ ioooo celled In the bill U- Rer KJMlderatloa and an oetlmato ol niMlitRg ovr tl6009000 reoom mended by Mr Williams the demo raUc tende- rftepreautaUw Utttaflakl of Maine introduced a bill providing a dealt fishy fur an nseaaeln ot the p- rInt Ice president or any M1batm tr or minister of a foreign country i the fnlteil States Kcjiro ntittiTf Hardwlck rolntrc ell a j int rototaUon declaring thai- s tare policy of Uio United States nS grant lad wndeDce to the Philip UIfl s as won u a liable gorarnnienl Aiiohlmbed In the islands itenatar fnll rson Introduced a joist T iltiuon setting aside oe balf of the prarrla d pubIC lauds in the Phil pplns belonging to the Unllod State crralv a permanent public tree tool flKlJ Miscellaneous fhv rItL tiio of ganator Cuban rrv M pw us a director of the VjuitaWi flff AKsurane society was shad iy Prf ldent Morton Mr 11toII ixiidtiu the reMifnatloB would to IMinaker Z7 S1upooa directed to the pool action growing out r the In vrn jai Ion of life Insurance i llaojir a rash iW by District nonet Jetonw to the legislative mmltto while n WMt hoMing Its baring in the city man Mr Jerome Hd tbs Be waatedin tad out when h cnnki get pocsceckHi of a copy of i i agar of the committee Chair inn Aniii RMa already has said that I bops n have It ready for the leg shire fhen it mods next January ITio ir itiativi romralltee which is nv iuciing life tneuranoe condlttons terwhi I It pond to DIstrict Altar i y Joroiio the rpqueet tbat the lash HIt pf i ilng+ agalnet Tbomae F Ryan tsnd r and owner ot Ute ma nty of iho stock of the liqwltahle Life AiMnraace eottel7 to punish Mr Hyan tor refusing to answer questions Th nMiKnatlon of Robert II Mo r rdy giunral manager of the Mutual Ifn iMtiranc Co was preeentad to tin bar i of trustees anti noeeplod Iho tvalffnatloa takes effect Oeoem br 51 A report Win published that John A Me all of the New York Life In xiratoe Co would resign In an In tofrlcw Mr McCall denied the roport The controversy between tho pow rH nnd tho aultati regarding intorna moat control of Macedonian flnancoa I1 rrf7jnietl by the French foreign of iro mt eh sed Tho International fleet 0 remaining inactive ItoMea ogRS wero thrown at Mad ame Sarah Rernhardt attar the per fnrrotnce at the Auditorium Quobec iwAuf oho dtopleasod a number ot rHBopw to that city on account ot an interview she gave to a number of rwlllupr men Tho restoration of pensions to re marred widows after their socond huubind has died or the woman has oon divorced through no fault of her oleIC IH provided for in a bill intro duce ta tho sebato by Senator Bur rowsThe nhons of tho Union Dry Docks u and Uio Erie transfer and freight roust Buffalo were destroyed by fire causing a loss estimated at 131000 Charlie E Elder who was some i yoap ago said to have oecn an impor ant witness la tho trials arising out of the killing ot Gov Uoebol In Ken tucky and who has been a merchant at Nome Alaska Fort Worth and clamp MaKlnlcy was shot in the breast by an unknown assailant In front of tho Southern hotel Dakurs fiord Cal henry nates a negro was hanged at Columbus Tex for having commit tcd a murderous assault upon Mr and Mrs Fred Kuhlee whose home ho robbed Orland C Pot general auditor of tho DvMawnre Lackawanna Western Railroad Co died at his homo In East Orange N J He wall born in Colum but O- Tho first legal execuUon in tho history of Fulton county Georgia for the rlmo ot criminal assault took place in Atlanta whet Jim Wlllcor the self ronfMed nopro avsallaat ot Mrs Al io Mare VflJ handed i + Ywap w r TJio situation In St Petersburg III visibly growing worse The critic moment for Ccnnt Witte is cdmln when the liberal elements will doman his resignation A rosolutlfln by tho nRrlciiHiirlHta at Moscow dcmandln the Immediate dismissal of tho Vtutor cabinet denotes the beginning of tho movement away from Count Wllto and signs Indicate that this movement will gain in Intensity soon Mutineers have seized the arsenal at Hyalorlnotlar and secur l lfl000 rifle which havo been dlntrlhitlal at Ekr tnrlnodar and Norvorossyult It Is alco said that a revolt has broken out nt BIlMbotbuol Agrarian disturbances havo bogu In some parts of Poland In the SOY ornmcnt of Lublin the peasants ordered the landlords to leavo their oe totes telling them that tho muds bOo longed to the people Father Capon leader of the work Ingmon on lied Sunday January 21 was condemned to doath by a centra revolutionary tribunal Two omlssf ties o1 tho committee woro uamed to carry nut the sentence The torment among tho troops If In creasing at Wnrsuw A hundred 101 dlers of tho koxboim roglmunt heat cd a proeueslon singing ruvolullonar songsMany officers arc beIng killed by re bollloiis troop at Harbin ItecHrv ofilcura ore not permitted to retur homo All messages item Manehurt ore censored The French senate after a tang debate adopted the bill for the Mpan tlon ot church cud state by a vote of 181 against 108 The vote was announced amid enthusiastic scenoi The law becomes operative at once Pat Crowe who IMS been on trial on a charge of shooting with Iniont to ktll Officer Albert Jackson on tho nigh of September C was acquitted Jle was remanded to Jail whore he will be held until he can be tried on t1M charge of highway robbery in cnnnsc lion with the kidnapping of IMwari Cudahy at Ombha Neb Commander Cameron Men Wlni low formerly naval aide to the pre dent nnd now In tho command of the Mayflower has been selected to com nand the new proteoud cruise Charleston Fugitives who have arrived at VI eDna state that the condHlont in Odes so and UeMerabla are desperate Dm lag tho rioting of Uie lest few day they aanort 8000 persons Inolndlni many students hue been killed 01 ended A secret meeting at Ohlnampho of the leaden of a ooMpIracy to assat slBAte all the Korean ministers all signed the treaty with Japan was set prised by Japanese troupe who attest od tea of the conspirator The third IntemnUoMl Qosgreee 01 American ItepohUca will nest In Inc Janeiro Jensen It IHO Joseph W PalrteJiha one of the foandere of the refMbMcstn party dle4 at KarmltiBtoa Vt aged 94 year Secretary of War TaU trabtnittai ills annunj report to the preeldent showing the operathm of the rfor the poet year The army durbar tu past year has remained vtro8ll as oriraalxvd in 1M2 Its maximal etreeath not Including the hospital corps as now flxe1 by executive or der la 80475 enlisted men Durlnj i he year ended June So 1905 there were 1M seeoad Neuteemnto appoint In the army The aggregate strengt of the orgaHlaed znlllUo of the state and territories Deeember 31 1804 as ihown by the annual returns was 121 SOS OAMtetlBg ot 914 offlcers am 11274 nonoommliwkined officers mil sloians privates etc Tho valuable presents and trophies of Miss Alice RoosoveU trip to thi Orient wore placed in her poageMlon Tboy arrived about Rye weeks ago but wore given their turn in osamina lion and appraisement The University of Michigan Athletic utcoolation netted JIGOOO profit on the 1005 football season Wm It Hearst announces that he Is not a candidate for govcrnorot Now York Dtulncss failures in the United States for tbo week ending December 7 numbered 203 against 188 tho proP vious1 week 231 In the like week of 1904 241 In 1903 and 247 in 1902 Elsie Parker colored was stabbed and almost Instantly killed in tho corridor of tho West Side pollco court Now York William Williams a ne- gro who had boon summoned to court by the woman to answer to a charge at assault waa arrested for the mur ior GOY Samuel W Pcnnypaoker ac opted on behalf of tho state the nonument to the 109th Pennsylvania roluntecra on Orchard Knob and turned it over to tho national govern mont Tho American ambassador Mr Meyer arrived at St Petersburg from Berlin by rail Mystery surrounds the ease of W D Johnson a resident of North Blnn ngham Ala who was found dead near his homo with a bullet wound In ils right side It was on tho testl nony of Johnson that Harry Scrog glnl Is now In Jail charged with tho murder of D W West whose body vas found near tho same place Gon Manuel Sangullly independent In politics resigned tho presidency of the Cuban senate thus opining tho way for tho selection as his successor ot a member of tho moderato or adI nlnlstratlon patty Herbert Squires may bo given a now lost After his conference with See etary Root It was semiofficially announced that tho former minister to Cuba will not leave tho diplomatic crvlco Tho funeral services of the lato Jos nus Ion Parsons United States consul enoral took place at Christ church Itrilco City Senator John H Mitchell died a Portland Ore Tho end was peaceful An hour before tho patients heart IUld ceased to boat ho was In a profoun coma Every effort known to sclcnc was made to prolong his life but wit out success Senator Mitchell wa seized with a hemorrhage after hav- Ing a tooth extracted Vice President Fairbanks wHl Dot appoint a committee of senators to attend the funeral ot Senator John 11 Mitchell ot Oregon and It Is tho TIB drrstandlng that the senate will DOt fallow tho custom of setting aaldo II dRY for eulogies on tho dead senator Without a tremor and without a word Mrs Mary Mabel Rogers mivrub od to hrr death on the gallows at Lbe state prison at Windsor VL and pall the penalty of murdering her nusband Marcus Rogers at Uonntngton on Au gust IS 1002 To all appearances Mrs Rogora was the calmest person In tho chamber of death With very simple ceremony tho body of Mrs Mary M Rogers who was hanged at Windsor Vt for thi murder of her husband was burled In St Marys cemetery Ilootlc Falls N Y r would resign my position however high it might bo before I would fco the ono to execute a death son tenoe whether the condemned person were a tuna or a woman said Gov B W iioah of Kansas In talking or the exMutlon at V1iMl or Vt of Mrs Mary Rogers TIll secret service has announced the discovery of a new oounterfol ten dollar United States Buffalo note series JW1 Lyons register Rob arts treasurer The old frigate Nlptic at ono tlmi the crown of the American navy and tie only American warship to oscapi the typhoon at Apia Samoa In 1S89 is to go into commission at tho Pugel Sound navy yard as a prison ship Rev N R Torrey an ovangellst who has boon conducting a four years worldxvido revival returned with hit family to New York on tho Baltic Ills feUowworkor the singing olIn gellst Alexander will soon Join him Two men are dead one Is dying sad two others are In a serious condition as the result of being overcome bj the fumes of coal gas in the tar paper mill Of W 11 Rankln at Elisabeth N JH Is staled that the Ryan syndicate ef New York has closed a 16000000 deal hy which It secure possession of ooal Iron and railway property la the TieinUy ot nhiefieU Town Dr Zndoo Kohn grand rabbi of the Central Coneietory of Israelites In France died in Park lie occupied the highest odlce among the hebrews of France stay T Vanettieoh state service ed- Itor of the Pnbelo Col Chieftain broke the worlds typewriting record for both Us M minutes and one bout jeets laWog 24Q0 wordn during the tint M minotee and flnfebln the hour with 4J12 words Mrs Louir RWrldso the ncrow who retired tram the stage eight years tyro dim at the home of her area In New York She was 76 years old and west on the stage in 1844 Attorney Gettera Mayer with the aneletaaee of Superintendent of hue Clone Morgan has unearthed nearly 1000 case of fraud at the last sloe loft in New York city The marital troubles of William El lie Corey president of the billion dollar steel corporation presented a now feature when tho story gained currency that the retirement of Mr Co rey was decided on six months ago and was peremptorily demanded at that time The meeting of the board of govern ors of the American Cotton Manufac tuners aaeooiation to consider coop oration with cotton growers was call od for Charlotte N C December 19 Instead ot the 9th as at first stated By the breaking out of smallpox on tho naval yacht Sylph assigned for the use of President Roosevelt and family the vessel Is practically quar antlned and tho crow put under closo observation by the health authorities Only ono case has developed that of Clarence Marlow a nogro sailor Tho body of Miss Etta n lilacs head nurse of tho Grundy sanitarium at Relay Md who disappeared some days ago was found In tho water at Petapsco Dam There wore no marks ot violence on tho body Primo Minister Sir Henry Camp bellBannerman has succeeded in form ing a new British cabinet Kid McCoy sent a challenge to Jas J Corbett for a fight tho terms of which are to be arranged Inter It be ing understood that a new club In Del awjire formed by Tom ORourke will offer a purse of 20000 Provision for construction of a dry dock at Pensacola Flo capable of accommodating tho largest ships In tho navy is urged by Rr Adm W L CaPPS chief constructor of tho navy In his annual report To convicts In the Cuban peniten tinny mutinied and a fierce fight between them and tho guards followed In which two of the prisoners wore mortally wounded 16 more or less seriously woundM and three of tho guards badly Injured Baroness Sodwltz sister ot Marquise DeMontlers both of whom were reared as wards of Bishop John Lancaster Spalding of tho diocese of Peoria ill ind created a sensation over tho world tiy renouncing Catholicism a year ago Is In Peoria to see Bishop Spaldlng ind effect a reconciliation with tho noted prelate It is announced semi jlficlally that tho famous woman will mo for readmission to tho Roman hurch William MoWllllams who ploadod jullly to tho murder of his wife and bye children a week ago was sentenced to death at Independence Ia Jawateu w POST OFFICE AFFAIRS The Annual Report Postnmstei General Cortclyou At the End of the Year There Were In Operation 08131 Post Offices The Number of Employee Is About 280000 Washington Dec 11 Postraastci General Cortolyou In his annual report for the past fiscal year says that while a selfsustaining condition of the post office department would be gratl tying ho Is loss concerned about the doOcIt than the efficiency of admlnlfi tratlon For the fiscal year 1905 the total receipts from all sources wen 152820085 and total expenditure 107181960 leaving a deficit of 11 572684 In connection with these fig uros tho postmaster general direct attention to the Increased amount of free matter handled which he says nvoragod 1268 per cent of the entlrt weight carried or a loss in revenui of 119822000 Manifestly he says had tho matter now earned free been roqulral to have been prepaid not withstanding tho largo expenditure for the rural free delivery service there would have Neon no deficit Governmental control of the pncu matlt tube service and mall wagon service Is recommended and la tho latter cdse an appropriation Is asked to purchase wagons of approved patters for carrying the walls AnIncrease of 577 per cent in the amount of ordinary mall bandied as compared with 1804 Is noted In th railway mall sorvlco which tho post matter general shows a normal growtt with gratifying maintenance of effl clew During tho year 12 clerks were killed while on duty and 125 so rioualy injured At tho end of the fiscal year June 30 there wero in operation CS131 post number of employes In om1Theat largo is stated to be 1169 are In the department at Washington A GENERAL STRIKE Probable That It Will Be Called In Russia After Christmas St Petersburg Dec 9 via Edytkuh non Dec 11 There are many dlsor era In this city M Krustaloff lender of the movement baa been arrested This has created an immense sensn ton among the workmen All the so cintlst labor and kindred organlza lions are holding a meeting at which sweat Inflammatory speeches are be- Ing made in denuBdalkra of the gov eminent end all are talking of a gen oral strike In order to save weir Matter In j a Istervlow M Krueteloft sold Il1 If1 probable that a general strike will be doctarert Just after Christmas Delegate who wore sent to all parts of the country report that the pro pool for a strike has been welcomed with enthusiasm and in fact that the whole country Is ripe for revolution A vast majority of the workmen are true revolutionaries though Mamma ton some times compels them to sub ordlaate their political alms Preparation for an armed rising is well advanced but it can not hope to sue teed unkM Joined by a considerable body of troops DEATH LIST ON THE LAKES A Total of 215 Lives Lost During the Past Season Chicago Dec 11 According to fig uroe compiled by the Lake Marin News Bureau tho death list on the great lakes during the season now closing has been the heaviest of any year since big steel vessels began to be used on the lakes A total of 215 lives wero lost Of these 116 were lost during the three great storms of this fall The remaining 99 wero lost by falling overboard and like causes During the season of 1904 only 49 lives were lost on the great lakes this be- Ing the smallest loss on record and only two of these were due to ship wrecks Anticipates Interest Washlngtsn Dec HTho secretary of the treasury announced that ho has authorized the payment of the inter Oct on United States government bonds hue January 1 1906 on December 16 1905 The total interest payment anticipated will aggregate about J4SOOOOO Called on King Haakon Stockholm Dec 11charles H Graves United States minister to Swe don and Norway returned hero from Christiana where on Saturday he had an audience with King Haakon and presented the felicitations of President Roosevelt Presidents Long TrIpIWashington Doc 11 Information has been given out that President Roosevelt has announced privately to some of his close personal friends at Washington that at the end of his term as president ho will take a trip round tho world The First Time In History El Paso Tex Dec llFor the first time In the history of tho local wcath er bureau snowballing and sleighing ire possible in El Paso beforo Christ mos Snow has been falling all day north and oast for several hundred Mlles On Leave of Absence Washington Dec ItMr Takahlra thu Japanese minister has left Wash cgtoa for tho Pacific coast by way of ChIcago and will sail in about ten lays for homo on an extended leave of absence r r TATE ODDS AND ENDSH HE CAME BUT SHE WILL DIE With Her Dying Breath She Begged For Her Divorced Husband Louisville Ky Dec 9 Dogging pit oounly fur her divorced husband to 811 by nor bed and hold her hand In we lust hours ot her sad life Mm Daisy Boone Botta former wife ot Dual Bolts of Mt Sterling Ky lien on her deathbed In St Josephs hospital tl1le city awaiting tho ond which her pby slctans say Is ouly a matter ot a fee hours Tho appeals fur her husband the assurances undo by her that chic would not recall any ot her past llti to him and the troubles leading up to the divorce were answered whet Botts in response to a meeeage troir the womans mother Mm W 11 Boono arrived In this city and went at mice to tho hospital to comfort the dying woman Botts and the woman wore married two yours ago but otto living togulher for a year ho loft har and silt returned to the borne ot her parents In this city A few days later Botts wa granted a divorce Shortly after the divorce was grouted Mrs Dolts created a sensation at the Cope In ML swallowjIngCal treatment After a few vrualis Chic was woll again but tho attempt to commit suicide Old not soften lici husband WITHOUT PRECEDENT The United States Attorney General To Plead For a Judge Frankfort Ky Dec BAllorney General Hays has been notified by United Slates Circuit Judge Cochran that Judgo Cochran has called upon Attorney General Moody to represent him In tho mandamus proceeding pending hnforo tho United States court to compel him Judgo Cochran to remand the case ot Calob Powers to the state courts on the ground that the United States circuit court dorm not hove jurisdiction Attorney Genera hays will argue tho case before the supreme court Monday und says that it Is without precedent for the alter ney general of Uie Drilled Status court to appear as counsel for a federal Judge In such proceedings The Rues tlon will bo argued as to jurisdiction of Judge Cochran HAS A RIGHT TO LAND Decision In Favor of the Loulsvlll and Cincinnati Packet Co Frankfort Ky Dee 8Judgo Parker of tho court of appeal after conferring with his associates rOil dared a decision dissolving the Injunction against the Uoulevllle and Cincinnati Packet Co which required it to land Its boats at the regular wharf In War saw GallaUu county The packet corn pony and tho wharf Owners had some disagreement and the company began landing Its boat do half mile below the town toward Warsaw An Injunction bad boon secured In the circuit court compelling the boats to land at the Old wharf LAWYERS SUDDEN DEATH It Followed That of T E Dudley a Bosom Friend Smlthland Ky Dec 7It was learned that Chas W Watts a prom- Inent lawyer of this place died sud denly In Denver Col A few days ago his bosom friend T Everett Dudley died In this place When Mr Butler the democratic nominee for county at torney resigned recently because ot ill health Mr Watts mado the race to cuclecd him Dead Body Found Georgetown Ky Dec 7lho body of an unknown man aged about 40 was found on the Q C tracks near Kinkaid with one leg cut ort and die emboweled In his memorandum book wero the names SUvle Taylor and Sis ter Mirage St Josephs hospital Seven Foot Vein of Coal Campion Ky Dec 7Tho drillers for Salom Welsh who are drilling an oil well on tho farm of J T Coons drilled through a vein of coal seven feet thick The coal was found at a depth of about SO feet Swindled Out of 1375 Jit Sterling Ky Dec 7C L Ter- till a mountain trader of Wolf county states that he was swindled out ot SI 720 worth of stock here by two strangers who gave him worthless checks on two Mt Sterling banks Death of John McQulnn Campton Ky Dec 7John Me Quinn one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of this county died lit his residence on Lacy creek ot pa ralysis He had been unable to leave bis room for the last six months For Assistant Clerk Frankfort Ky Doc 9Fox nos- peB of Maysvllle announced his can lldacy for assistant clerk of tho sen tie He has been prominent in demo ratio meetings for years and comes from a section that has not had a leg dative clerkship for many years Farmer Hangs Himself Burksville Ky Dec 9J M Skip orlh a prosperous farmer near here committed suicide by hanging himself usualihenext mornlnz he was missing r AGAINST MINE WORKERS Serious Allegations Are Contained In i a Petition For a Restraining Orderf 3 Louisville Ky Doc 9 Sensational allegations are contained In a petition tfor a restraining order which was 1 granted against members of the Unit ed Mine Workers In Webster and r Union uountlos naked for by the Ken f lucky Coal Co Tho bill was flied la Owensburo and sent to this city in or der thnt United Status Judge Evans I might take prompt action Judge Eviinns granted the order which shall bo effective until the next term of the xdefendantsI bers of the United Mine Workers but u dnot all residents of Kentucky The y complulnnnta allege that the union ml ners have threatened to blow up tho mines and assassinate tho operators They ask that tho union miners be re strained from Importing k Illinois or any other state to ovorpowter the present workmen in the mines or from establishing pickets about the mines or In any way interfering with the operation ot the complainants InJtercets FOR KILLING A NEGRO Court of Appeals Affirmed An UnusuatJudgment For Damages Frankfort Ky Dec 8The court ot appeals affirmed a most unusual Judgment for damages in tho case ot the Loulsvlllo waterworks againstIfCharles Phillips administrator Young Long son ot the president of the watertcompany while driving in one of tho companys buggies or wagonettes ran over Phillips who was a negro and who was on a bicycle and killed him Ills administrator sued the water com pany for damages and got Judgment for = 5000 The water company offi dais claimed that Long was not doing their work when ho was driving and that the company should not be held liable CIRCUIT COURTSI Thse In Larger Towns Than County Seats Are Legal + Frankfort Ky Dec 9The court ot appeals upheld tho constitutional ity of tho legislative act passed last t year through the efforts ot Col Mott Ayers providing that circuit courtlmight he hold In tho town of In Pulton county as well as in Hick man the county seat Of course the act did not say that in so many words but in order to make It a general law it provided that in counties contain lag a town lurger than the county sent circuit court should be held also in tho larger town This Ingenious bill Vas trained up by Col Ayers First Regiment Election CalledIFrankfort Ky Dec 8 ham through Adjt Gon Percy Halyiordered an election in certain comIponies of the First Kentucky Infantry to fill vacancies In tho list of commis stoned officers Tho election is to bo held by each comapny upon tho first drill night following tho receipt ot the order 0Rememberedi Mt Sterling Ky Dee 9A wilt made 25 years ago by A J HUt who died a few weeks ago in Bourbon vcountyhis estate to Miss Beltle Vemont a former sweetheart and relatives will contest The estato is valued at15Jt000 f 4 r Married In a Buggy I t tWllliamstown Ky Dec 8SmlUi Redd drove to Wll IotJ D Redd 1 standing la their buggy Two farmers were witnesses Christmas Beef Paris Ky Dec 7Probably the finest lot of export cattle over sold t from Kentucky was a bunch ot 15 head sold by J B Kennedy to Simonic ODonnell of Plltsburg Pa They I eraged 1760 pounds and one ot lot weighed 2000 Tho price paid 540 per 100 avoI 1 Found Frozen To Death Kuttawa Ky Dec 7W J formerly of this city a dry goods mer F chant of Sikeston Mo was frozen to k death near Kuttawa Springs about one i mile from here He had been vlslUngJin this county several days I New Publishing CompanytFrankfort Ky Dec 8 Articles wero filed here with the secretary ot I state incorporating tho Borea Publish ing Co of Bereo Ky The purpose 1 Is to publish a newspaper and do Job printing at Berca S E Welch is ont of the largest stockholders Hunter Accidentally Shot Cave City Ky Dec 9 Charles lade of Cole while hunting near i hore accidentally discharged his gun r fInggun was an I or heavily loaded fKentucky Pioneer DeadaBeatiyvllle Ky Dec 9John G IcGulre aged SO died of old ago nt his homo hero He had been a rosl lent of this vicinity before Lee cxrjn ty was formed and was the firs man to mine and ship cool from this place LA- MIA fir1M YI1f FVLY11MMNi Y- y +11 1 1 I I I I I 1 I I I 1 111 I I I 1 I I I I I HllHIHlHHlHHHtM t Eastern Kentucky News no coneircndtnc publlihed inlHt iltned In fill by the writer The ram It Dot for publication but ee u erlltnot of rood faith Write plainly c LLLL HII I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r MADISOII DIlKYltS UNnIDec 11Died December 4100 Miss Maggie Hubbard She luuve K sister Mrs Dock Todd a brothor Jim Hubbard to mourn hur dunth- r sides a hot of relatives She WitS txjut fifty years of ago and was a member of the Baptist church at Speed voll and was buried near the ohtirah LawreueeandCharliePowel made a business trip to Jaaksoi county last week John Snudlln nm wife wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Owen Rose Saturday llightlIistJ Martha and Green Powell attendee church at Pilot Knob SundoJim Morris returned from a business trip to McKee last week George Sparks and famll were the of Will PISandlinZarlng R Co this week Georgt Hill and wife went to Kichmont hopping last week COIMiOH Ill II Dec 1OHog killing is about ovei whorujWash his daughter Mrs Anna L Morgan recently of Dayton OJohu Dallew I and wife of IOdow rook spout Saturday night and Sundaywith H A Lame and family Mr Ballew it one of the most successful negro CountvMr1andto Moutecello where Mr Holts has a- positionJack Hisle and his son urine have removed with their families to Bvbeotown to reside Sam WHIougLby has rented the Billie Jones farm on Kentucky raver for the Sow Year Thomas I odd has sold his property and will f into business at Winchester soon H A Lame chairman pf Madison bounty Colored Teachers Assouia ii n called that body to order Friday December let at 1145 Miss Elsie Upthegrove served as Secretary The meeting was a great success Not less than twenty teachers were present besides a splendid audience of patrons and visitors A nice dinner was served at the close Promi nent among visitors were President and Mrs Frost of Boron College Prof L V Dodge and wife Mr A W Titus Rev H Lewis of Paris Mr M D Flock of Kirksville and Mrs Milton Newman of Brassfield t Many interesting topics were discus sed and mealy excellent papers read q After singing God be with You the Association adjQurned sine die ROCKCASTLE COUNTY i UlSPUTAVTA Dec 11C I Ogg of Berea was eM Clear Creek this week to sew his other who is very sickMre arah Johnson of Brush Creek who t is blind has been visiting relatives t lwrellr M O Payne our hust ling merchant of Dlsputanta made H flying trip to Richmond Monday Mr J E McGuire who has been in the spoke business at Brush Creek bas returned homeMr Alex Drew of Richmond passel through here on his way to Jackson Couuty James Peniugton has moved to Clear Creek Tkore was a box supper at Davis Branch school house Saturday nightMrs J E Hammond spent Sunday with Mrs O M Payne Rev Wesley Abney of Johuetta was with us Sunday Mr D N Welch of Berea passed through here Tues dayEsq G V Owens made a fly ing trip to Mt Vernon this week Mrs Maggie Seals of this place died on the 4th Her remains were buried at the Chastuen grave yard Mrs Sallie Hoskins who has been living with her father Mr Anglin has moved to Berea Mra Fannie Abney of this place visited home folks on Brush Creek Tuesday and WednesdayJACKSON COUNTY DOUIlll MCK Dec 8We are having very fine weather now the farmers are all about done gathering corn Marshal John Mullius passed through our town yesterday Henry Martin and wife have been very sick but are seine beUerF C Jones killed his bogs the other day and says that he m enjoying lifeJool Lakes Sr has teem for the last few days very poor i but is better Bon Drew wont to Berea last Friday after a loud of looda for L B Martin The young indies of Pino Grove are preparing to have a Christmas tree at Pine Grove schoolhouse on the 23rd day of December at one oclock pm Young I 6 men the young ladies invite you to come and take a part but they want you to come sober Dont come with the amber running down your anda bottle of whiskey in chinI pocket Now boys come and young ladies see how nice you can behave Jan Rose has returned from Louisville Mrs Martha Brockmuu visited Widow Amyx last SundayI Tie and spoke making are all the go now in this locality Jos Dougherty had n smoke house mining last Wed nesday and he saysthat he will have the inset to put In it SAM OAP Dec ItThOlt win preaching last Saturday night at Mrs Sindy Skinners by the Rev C 1 Powell Owing to the bad weather there wore onlysix in attendance Mr Bon Cnmpell hay just got back from Fag Brooks E E Durham oro the blue ribbon as being the best hull player at Clover Bottom to dlIChristmas is approaching and we are all expecting to have a flue time at this Your oorrtHjwniUint isl oflthisGurrard county belle at Christmas Success to the Citizen and its many readers Tree lnInf the Srtrn In Our Coiintjr In III South Booker T WMfeiNgton in The Ootlook i If possible I went to give the renders of The Outlook an idea of the progress of the negro race in a single county in one of the Southern Status For this purpose I select Gloucester County Virginia I take this one for the reason that I had the privilege of visiting it a number of years ago just bout the time when interest in the tY education of the colored people was forthojfurtborcounties in Virginia and the Soutl that has been longest under the influence of graduates of the Hampton Institute as well as men and women trained in other centers of education I have also drawn very heavily upon an investigation recently made bj Mr W T B Williams one of this agents of the General Education BoardGloucester County Is in the tklft water section of eastern Virginia According to the census of 1800 Gloucester County contained total population of 12832 a little over one half being colored and both sets of schools are in session from five and a half to six months and the payof the two sets of teachers is about the same The majority of the colored teachers in this country were trained at Hampton and have been teaching in this county for a number of years For the most part the teachers of Gloucester County are not mentally superior but what they lack in methods of teaching and mental alertness is more than made up for by the moral earnestness and the example they set Most of the teachers are natives of the county and what is more important most of them own property iu the county Now what is the economic or materialresult in one county where the negro has been given a reasonable chance to make progress say reasonable because it must be kept iu mind that the grout body of white people in America with whom the negro is constantly compared taro schools that are in session from eight to nine mouths in the year Accord ing to the public records the total assessed value of the land in Gloucus ter County in S00018233 Of the total value of the land the colored people own SS7053 55 The buildings in the county have an assessed valuation of 1001 2705 The color ed people pay taxes upon 70887 of this amount To state it differently the negroes of Gloucester County beginning about forty years ago in u poverty have reached the point when they now own and pay tuxes upon one sixth uf the real estate in this county This property w vury largely in thu shape of small farms varying in IIIu from tun to one hundred and fifty acres A large proportion of the farm contain about ton acres Cultivating their own farms is not I the only occupation of these people A large proportion of the laborers upon the farms owned by white people are negroes und many of them are engaged in the oyster and fishing in dustries during n portion of the year It is interesting to nOto the influence of this material growth upon the home life of the It is stated upon goodauthorlt that about twentyfive years ago at least three fourths of the colored people lived in ono roonted cabins Let n single il lustration tell the story of the growth In a school where there were thirty pupils ton testified that they lived in houses containing six rooms and only one said that he lived in a house containing but a single room- I have always believed that iu pro portion as the industrial not omitting the intellectual condition of my raceway improved in the same degree would their moral and religious life improveSome years ago before the home life and economic condition of the people had improved bastardy was common In 1103 there wore only eight oases of bastardy reported in the whole county and two of those wore among the white population During the your 1001 there was only one case of bastardy within a radius of ten miles of the courthouse Another gratifying evidence of progress is shown by the fact that there is very little evidence of immoral relations existing between the races In the whole county during the year 1003 about twentyfive years after the work I3OOICEH T WASHJNOTOf I of education had gotten under way there were only thirty arrests for misdemeanors of those sixteen were I white fourteen In 1001 nrrMtsfour1tltnthere were but seven arrests for felonies of those two wore white and five wore colored- Throughout Gloucester County the negro teachers mud ministers work in- I close cooperation For the must pert where a school is located the church is not far away Th ministers and churches help forward the work of education in many ways There is a high school in the county that is almost wholly supported by the people through gifts from the clutches In one point at least the colored people in Gloucester County have sot nn example for the rest of the religious world that ought to rue ceive attention It is in this regard there is only one religious denomina tion in all of this county and that IH the Baptist NP overmultiplyiiy no overlapping no denominational wrangling cud wasting of money anti energyOne other point a close examina I I tion shows that and cordntl relations exist between the white and black races that the growth of loth raters in the matter of education and I I property duos not increase racial friction For those goodly results I Have spoken of the influence of the teachers ministers eta Let me mention one other perhaps the most otiiit single iniluuucu that of rimiimn IL Walker a successful negro lawyer and farmer whose whole life is freely given iu the elevation of his people When 1 taught first light school at the Hampton Insti tutu Wulkor was a member of it working ten louts at the sawmill during the day and studying hooks i for two hours at night I I have singled out Gloucester County for these facltt in order to uccomplishI i ors very very fur below UluueoHtt County but what late been done ill sunINorth and South black and white will do our whole duty BURNING FACTORIES Trains Held Up and a Search Mad For Tobacco Buyers Ioul Tll Ky Doe 131Ihe blttt feeHue against the tobacco trust In lh Black Patch District of South n stun Kentucky and Teauesae I UeJnr displayed lna sensational manner by the holdup of trains and the dynamiting and burning of trust wart houses and factories and warnings to trust buyers In Todd county Ky Ui canter at tile district Kollowluc the burning of the two large trust wart houses at Trenton with a loss of 7000 th factory of Mrs to B 1enyck at Klkton in the same section was dynimlteJ The factory was used bl th agent of the American Snuff Cb a branch of the American Tobacco Co Tu agent lad been warned not to re cely any more tobacco from the trust but paid to attention to It The ex- pO ton dnmoUithad the factory and damaged houses and paaionger coaoh os near but no one was Injured Ai the Elkloa and OuUirie train was mak lag its return trip It was Oaczod at Bradshaw Station When the train ttoppod tbs engineer was covered with revolvers iN o hundred men our rounded thus train lortl of them went through it To traders told the passengers not to get xcKed M they were only loonlnc for tobacco buyers Attar searofeinjc thoroughly they withdrew and ordered the engl- Reef to proceed The Dark Tobacco Growers association orcnnlifd by Dlaok Patoh growera to light the trust Ian con Jwnnod the lawesanesa and counseled ItA members not to break lit law The Insurmnoe compante are refiistne risks ou Mart property TO PRESERVE FORESTS Attorney Wm Mackoy Prepares a Dill Te Save Timber Lands Oorlnston Ky Dc UA bII ia being prepared by Attorney WIINam H Maokoy of tfels city for protecting and fostering forests In Kentucky He desiree certain restrictions placed on the outline of Umber so that eaI not fully matured may not be and when trees ripe for tht ax are knocked down Here shall be traduce meats oCered by the state for plant log yOUBg trees In their paces Mr Maohoy would liate proTtaton made for a state forester In order thAt the poattton may be kept out of politics the bill will provide that the appoint sent aaU to with tke trustees of Airlcultural and MoofcaoilcaJ coU CilGI at Lezlagton COMMITTED SUICIDE 11 Th Bab Laid Closely Cuddled Beside r the Young Moth HOwosTlIle Ky Dec IS The rluhtKjrs of Mrs James Holder were lartlod by the incessant walls at a Yttle child In her home near this on1- Wilen they entered tie home they rand the buabaad temporarily absent sad tIe mother dead in her bed next tv her otg t toethe old child It was round that Mrs Holdsr who was a comely girl only IT years old and had been marrlea but IS month had romI mined 8u atdi She had shot horaelf through the heart with a pistol It ts eHevod that III health since the birth of her child induced despondency The lecedent wai the ieoond wife of Jas loldea bis first wife having desertd- btu ATTACKED DY AN EAGLE Th Big Bird Came To Town In a Box Car Uoulsrllle Ky Due UAn eagle Cow from a Southern railroad tea CA- rat Slat street and Attend avenue and ittaokod Jerre Wolf who was near JIll ololboj were badly torn Wo t shot bs eagle In the neck and killed It rith a waon spoke The bird meas trod flu feet Bltrfit Indies from Up Lo- Up The eagUi Is believed to have catered the car In Eastern Kentucky and being unable to gain its freedom ode Into the city A Reward For the Noble Frankfort Ky Doe 13Bor neck barn offerod a reward of SSOO for the pprohonsion of Jako and Jerry Noble OF tile killing of Deputy Sheriff Grant lolllday of llreathlU county When asked U County Judge Harsrl would equoat troop to apprvboud the fugi ires Jude Itargta attorney Kult French replied No we do our own ightlng Buys Kentucky Coal Land Mayklng Ky Doer nTlle Ameri can Coal and Coke Co of Indlanapo Is has just ukwod a deal for 10009 ores of rich coal lands In the south em part of Loicher county whore de elopments aro to follow The price paid was S25 per acre New Stock Yards Company Lmilsvllle Ky Doc lierho Lafay tto Union Stockyards Oo waa Incur orated with a capital of 125000 TbG incorporators are H K Embry GO shares Taken Enibry 10 shares aDd B F Gregory 10 shares Marvin Is III Lexington Ky Doc IS Charles larrln the noted trotting horse drlr Jr Is seriously III at his home la outh Broadway Park hero He was akon with a bad sold some days ago Ind la grlpfiQ duvolopcd theCitizen BereaCollegeFOUNDED PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Studonts from 26 Stator Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young plash and Doniestlo Science for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLSOnrioutry Printing llonsenork Nursfng two years NORMAL COURSES Far teachers Thrco petunias laaillng to County CortiUmto Sttttu Certificate nUll State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour year fitting for College for business Slid fur lifo COLLEGE COURSES Litornry Scientific Classical leading to Rnconlnurvatu degrees MUSIC Chom free Heed Organ Vocal PIano Theory Wu are hero to halp nil who will help themselves towanl A Christian Kluontion Our lustruetion Is n frao gift Students pity n small incidental fee to tuwjt expenses of the school apart from Inotruation and must hJ8d pay fur bonnl In advance Bxpuusua for of 14 wcokn limy bo brought within 2060 Winter tortn of II weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 52125 Pall term opened Seplumbar 10- Tha School is ondorwsd by Baptists Clidotintm Dlnciples CorigfegH tionulisU MethwlisU Presbyterians and good people of all ton For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky t pastKt u- rKrtKrKKKrKrta r rrKrKOttkrrrrtrrrrrrrrtrrrkrlttik IThe Up=to Date Grocery I i SbuildingI all Staple and Fnnc Family at price compatible with good business 1 will have all Seasonable Groceries or the holiday season Give me A call and let me show you what I can do IWD LOGSDON rt AMtlttieMiAkilttitililitReAirilAtl dilaithAw itilialGlietlil flipA1Aiatltt31- i10To DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright happy and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking- tonic like neofrdQi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and diitrsso auch ai headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru atlon dragging down pains etc It Is a building strength maldng medicine for women Lbafy medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest roaM enee telling us all your symptoms and troubles Wo win seal tree atTlc- oIn plain sealed envelope how to cure them AdJrest LtJlW Dept The Chattanooga M AlhlsoryI Chattanooga Tenn jff un GREAT CENTRAL c II d nIPN MMaettee C 1 U The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All Now to TOLEDOANiJ 3D ETROITTIiKODUII Charlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wcquetonilng Harbor Springs Chonp UouHMteokurs rater to points In the West cud South Inquire of C II D nyouts for full purtlou lurs or address D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Boron Collage 00 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house wenthurboirdud with 2 faro places Good Orchard good Water good Burn nUll Woll Fonco l IH woll worth 2000 but will take 1400 Call at oucu on J P BICKNELL foul Estate Agent YOU ARE FRIEND of silne writes Mrs F L Jenee1o- altann Tenn For tinea taking C rJul I have eaJneJ JS lbsandnn in better health I myhusbandweight In gels b all sutferi IJcsjC F Hanson LICBNSrO EMBALMHR AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B II Rohlonoa All wills promptly atteude 4 Ui night and day Telephone No4 Bores Ky FOR SALE Sue J W HEUNDON for Cow Ifoud nut Baled Hay S miles from Bares on Richmond pike- Premiums n Arrnngomuntt Imrn bran made by i which soma of the finest productH ef- The National Art Compnny of Now York are offered na proinliims to nw oiI h what thoy purport to bo works of art I AM long nn the supply lasts oaLwill bo given to each now ub who pays for one year in ndvaneo They lire oftill simpeR and airw from four by six to ten by twenty inohes anti thu most of them are intended to be fastened to n mat for framing They can be seen by anyone culling uttheolhcuof tho Citizen i v i I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 II I I 1 I H 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I I I II I II HHHHHiIHl t Eastern Kentucky NevisI 11Iii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r r r r r r 1 I I I II MADISON COUNTY IHIKYFUS Deo 11 Died December 41O0i Miss Maggio Hubbard She lutm a sister Mrs Dock Todd a broths Jim Hubbard to mourn hur dent besides a host of relatives She wts about fifty yearn of age and was a niumbor of the Baptist church nt und was buried near the ohuroh LnwrellceandCharliePowel utndu a business trip to Jaokao county lost wkJohn Snndlin and wife were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Owen Rose Saturday nightMiss Martha and Green Powell uttende church nt Pilot Knob SundlyJim Morris returned from a business trip to MoKee last week George Sparks and family wore the guosts of Will Oggand family SundayW P Sandlin has been traveling for JW Zaring Co this weekGeorge Hill and wife wont to Hichmon hopping last week COIIKHK 11111 Dec 10nog killing is about ore bore Extensive repairs are being made on the Lame homestead whore Wash Laine who has spent the sum mar with his son II A Lame will return about Christmas to reside with his daughter Mrs Anna L Morgan recently of Dayton OJohn Ballet and wife of Mendowbrook span Saturday night and Sunday with H A Laine and family Mr Ballow it one of the most successful negro farmers of Madison County Mr and Mrs Grace Holts have remove to Moutecello where Mr Holts has a positionJnck Hisle and his son Irvine have removed with then ntnrilies to Bybeetown to reside Sam WSlloughby has rented the Billie Jones farts on Kentucky river for the New Year Thomas todd has sold his property and will into business at Winchester soon H A Lame chairman pf Madison bounty Colored Teachers Associu ion called that body to order Friday December 1st at 1145 Miss Elsie Upthegrove served as Secretary The meeting was a greet success Not less than twenty teachers were present besides a splendid audience of patrons and visitors A nice din ner was served at the close Promi nent among visitors were President and Mrs Frost of Borea College Prof L V Dodge and wife Mr A W Titus Rev H Lewis of Paris Mr M D Flock of Kirksville and Brassfieldt After singing God be with You 1 thu Association adjQurned sine die ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UIHIUTANTA 1 Dec 11C I Ogg of Berea was e i Clear Crook this week to see his 1Ither who is very siokMrs narah Johnson of Brush Creek who l is blind has been visiting relatives hereMr M O Payne our hust 1lingmerchant of Disputantu made H flying trip to Richmond Monday Mr J E McGuire who has been in the spoke business at Brush Creek has returned honloMr Alex Drew of Richmoud passed through here Ilon his way to Jackson County James Peniugton has moved to Clear Creek Thoro was a box supper at Davis Branch school house Saturday nightMrs J E Hammondspent Sunday with Mrs O M Payne Rev Wesley Abney of Jolinettu was with us Sunday Mr D N Welch of Berea passed through here Tues I dayEsq G V Owens made a fly ing trip to Mt Vernon this week Mrs Maggie Seal of this place died on the 4th Her remains were buried at the Chasteeu grave yard Mrs Sallie Hoskins who has been living with her father Mr Anglin has moved to BerenMrs Fannie Abney of this place visited home folks on Brush Creek Tuesday and WednesdayJACKSON COUNTY DOUHIK LICK Dec 8We are having very flue weather now tho farmers are all about done gathering corn Marshal John Mullius passed through our town yesterday Henry Martin and wife have been very sick but are game betterF C Jones killed his hugs tho other dayand says that he is enjoying lifeJool Lakes Sr has hen for the last tow days very poor iv but is totter lion Drew wont to Berea last Friday after a load of jooda for L H Martin The young ladies of Pino Grove are preparing to have a Christmas tree at Pine Grove 4schoolhouse on the 23rd lay of Youngtcome and take a part but thewant you to come sober Dont come with i tho amber running down your chin I anda bottle of whiskey in your I pocket Now boys come and let the young ladies see how nice you can I fromILouisvilloMrs I visited Amyx Tie and spoke making are nil the go- now in this lec hItyJns Dougherty had a smoke house raising last Wed nesday and he says that he will have I the went to put in it SAM OAT Deo 1lThuN wus preaching last Saturday night at Mrs Sindy Skinners by the Rev C I Powell Owing to tho bad weather there were onlysix in attendance Mr Ben Cainpell has just got bank front Fag DrookME K Durham wore the blue ribbon as being the best ball player at Clover Bottom to lily Christmas is approaching and wo are nil expecting to have a fine time at I this place Your correspondent is informed that Mr E E Durham of this place is to be married to a I Garrardcounty belle at Christmas Success to tho Citizen and its uiunyl readers Tlir trnyree or the Nrgrn In Our mintj III the South I Booker T W hlagl m In The OwOouk J If possible I want to give the readers of The Outlook an idea of the progress of the negro race in a single county in one of the Southern States For this purpose I select Gloucester County Virginia I take this one for the rotieon that I had the privilege of visiting it a number of years ago justI about the time when interest in the 1 education of the colored people wins beginning to be aroused and for the further roman that this is one of tho counties in Virginia and the South that has been longest undor the in fluence of graduates of the Hampton Institute as well as men and woman trained in other centers of education I have also drawn very heavily upon an investigation recently nude by Mr W T B Williams ono of the agents of the General Education BoardGloucester County is in the tWft water section of eastern Virginia According to the census of 1800 Gloucester County contained total population of 12832 a little over one half being colored and both sets of schools are in session from five and a half to six months and the payof the two sets of teachers is about the same The majority of the colored teachers in this country were trained at Hampton and have been teaching in this county for a number of yeers For the most part the teachers of Gloucester County are not mentally superior but what they lack in methods of teaching and mental alertness is more than made for bv- the moral earnestness and the exnmple- they I set Most of the teachers are natives of the and what is OWI1Iproperty material result in one countywhere the negro has been given a reasonable chance to make progress I say reasonable because it must bo kept in mind that the great bodyof white people in America with whom the negro is constantly compared have schools that art in session from eight to nine months in tho year Accord ing to the public records the total assessed value of the land in Glouces ter County is 00018288 Of tho total value of the land the colored people own 87053 55 Tho build ings in the county have an assessed valuation of 10012705 Thu color ofjbeginning about forty years ago in n poverty have reached the point whoI theynow own cud pay tuxes upon one j sixth of thaw real estate in this county This property is vury largely in tho sloops of small forms varying in size from two to one hundred and fifty acres A largu proportion of tho farms contain about ton acres Cultivating their own farina is not the only occupation of these people A large proportion of the laborers upon the farms owned by white people are negroes and many of thom are engaged in the oyster and fishing in dustries during a portion of the year It is Interesting to note the influence of this material growth upou tho home life of the people It is stated upon good authority that about twentyfive yearn ago at least three fourths of the colored people lived in oneroomed cabins Let a singlo il lustration tell the story of tho growth In a school where there wore thirty pupils ton testified that they lived in houses containing six rooms und only one said that ho lived In a house containing but a single room- I have always believed that in pro portion as the industrial not omitting tho intellectual condition of my nice was improved in the sumo degree would their moral and religious lifo improveSome years ago before the home life and economic condition of the people had improved bastardy was common In 1U03 there were only eight cases of bastardy reported in the whole county and two of those wore among the white population During the year 1004 there was only brae case of bastardy within a radius of ten miles of the coiirthoiiHo Another gratifying evidence of progress is shown by the fact titan there is very little evidence of immoral relations existing between the races fit the whole county during the year 1003 about twenty five years after the work errnO-OItEn T WASIIINOTOrI of education had gotten under By1 there were only thirty arrests for misdemeanors of these sixteen were white fourteen glared In lOOt there were fifteen such arrests four teen white antI one tailored In 1004 there were but seven arrests for felonies of these two wore white and five were colored Throughout Gloucester County tho negro teachers mud ministers work in close cooperation For the most part churchIchurches help forward the work of education in many ways There is a high school in the county I that is almost wholly supported by the jeoplo through gifts from the churches In one point at least the colored people in Gloucester County have set an example for the rest of the ruligious world that ought to naive attention It is in this regard there is only one religious denomina tion in all of this county end that is the Baptist NP over midtiplyhig no overlapping no denominational wrangling uud wasting of money and energy One other point a close examina tion shows that friendly and uordtul rotations exist between tho white and black races that the growth of loth races in tile matter of education and property dues not increase racial friction For these goodly results I Nave spoken of the influence of the teachers ministers etc Let me mention ono other perhaps the most putout single influence that of Thomas II Walker a successful negro lawyer and farmer whose whole life is freely given in the elevation of his people When I taught tho first night school at the Hampton Insti tute Walker was a monibor of it working ton hours at tho sawmill during tho day and studying hOOkS for two hours at night- I have singled out Gloucester County for these facts in order to show what the race can accomplish under reasonably good conditions i In the great majority of counties In the South the conditions as to edu cation economic life and morality are veryvery fur below Gloucest County but what lets be u done in HurluS8udNorth and South bluuk and whit will do our whole duty BURNING FACTORIES Trains Held Up and a Search Mad For Tobacco Buyers LouUTlll Ky Duo 13 The bItter feotlnc against the tobacco trust In tho BUok Patch District of South western Kentucky and Tennessee II beitit displayed In A sen afioual ulan net by the boljup of trains and Ute dynamiting and burning of trust WIre houses and factories and warnings to trust buyer In Todd county Ky lhe center ot tue district Following tli burnt of the two large trust ware houses at Trenton with a Iou ot 1000 the factory of Mm M B PenycX at Klktoa in the same section was dynamltoJ The factory was used bd the agent of the American Snuff CO a branch of the American Tobacco Co- T cent had been warned not to re cetve say more tobacco tram the trust but paid ho attention to It The ex plosJondemollllbed tho factory and damaged bousos and paswooger co a oil es near but no one was Injured Au the Elkton and GuUirto train was mak lug Its return trip it was tagged al BraJshAw Station When the trait stopped the uagHiter was covered with reToUer iwo hundred mn surrounded the train Forty of then went through It The leaders told the passengers not to get excited ai they were only loosing for tobacco buyers Attar searotolnjc thoroughly they withdrew and ordered the engi neer to proceed The Dark Tobacco Growers association organized bj nlaok Patoh grower to flcht the trust has condeuinod the lawlessness and counseled its members not to break the law The insurance eompanlc are refusing risks on lust property TO PRESERVE FORESTS Attorney Wm Mackoy Prepares a Dill Te Save Timber Lands OoTlnston Ky Dec tA bill ts being prepared by Attorney WIN am H Maokojr of this city for protecti g nellIeslnand when trees rtpe for the ax are kBookod down tkerv shall be Induce ments otrered by the state for plant lag young tree In their pacee Mr Maohoy would hare proTtslon made for a state forvgter In order thAt the position may be kept out of pollUci the Mil will provide that the appoint neat shall ba with tile trustees of she Agricultural and Meekuiiial eoUegi at IAstnonICOMMITTED SUICIDE The abe Laid Closely Cuddled Bcsld the Young Mother HowoaTllle KyDec 13Tbene- hgisbors of Mrs James Holder were tattled by the UceMat wails of a little Mild In Ian tome near this olty Whan they entered tile home they fc n4 the husband teatporarlly absent tad the mother dead in her bed next to her oJghtmoeUiftoid child It was totted that Mrs holder who was a coMely girl only 17 years old and hadIbeen marrloa but IS months had milted suicide SIte had shot braelf through the heart with a pistol It Is beMerod that III health slaw the birth hor oklld Induced doapondeeoy The lot was the second wife of Jas his first wife having deserted Wm ATTACKED BY AN EAGLE The Big Bird Came To Town In a Box Car LouliTllls Ky Due 13An eagle Caw from a Southern railroad but car rt Slat true t and Alton ayenue and ttaokod Jejs Wolf who was near Ills clothe were badly torn Wot shut the eagle In the neck and killed It pith a wagon stroke Tho bird meaty wed five feet eight Inofaea from Up to Ip The eagle is believed to have entered the car in Eastern Kectuoky and being unable to gala Its freedom ode Into the olty A Reward For the Noble Frankfort Ky Doc 13Gov Deck ham offered a reward ot 500 fur the ipprohonnlon of Jako and Jorry Noble or the kJlllar of Deputy Sheriff Grant lolUday of UreathlU county Wheo liked It County Judge Hargi would equoat troops to apprehund the fug ITCH Judo Iiargia attorney Full reach replied No ws do our own Ightlne IUYI Kentucky Coal Land Ky Doc 13The Atuod can Coal and Coke Co of Indlanapo lie has just olooed a deal for 10001 totes of rich coal land la the south tra part of Letcher county where developments are to fo low The price paid was 125 per acre CompanyIUfay ettc Union Stockyards Co wu Incor orated with a capital of 1115000 Tllo Incorporators are 11 K Embry 50 shares Talton Embry 10 shares and B F Gregory 10 shares Marvin Is III Lexington Ky Doc IS Charles Marvin the noted trotting hors drlr Jr Is seriously 111 at his home la k uth Broadway Park here He was akon with a bad sold some days ago Iud la grlp ctQvclOl1Ctt Subscribe for thu Citizen erea College fl FOUNDED 1855cjjPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OFALU Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Stator Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS a APPLIED SCIENCE Two years Course with agriculture for young mon und Domestic Sciatica for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS C5nrwutry Printing Housework Nurimg two yearsNORMAL COURSES For lonelier Three courses loading to County Carttflaitu State Certificate nud State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour years fitting for College tor busliies and fur lifo COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Glnsiicil lending to Dncoahuiroato degrees MUSIC Ghoru free Reed Organ Voual Piano Theory i We are lucre to help nil who will help thomsolvox tOIYludl Christian education Our instruction la n free gift Students pay n small incldeiltnl foo to moot oxpuusos of the school opart from liiHtruution Ruth mimt also puy for bunnl in advance ISxiwnsua for fall term of 14 weeks unity bo brought within 2060 Winter torm of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tann of 11 wcokn 2426 Full lure opened SoptomlHir 111 Tim School is endorsed by Bnpttat Christians Disciples Gdn fegn tionalUt Methodists Presby torlauw and good people of till donomuiatToui For Information and friendly advice address the SecretaryIWILL C Berea Madison County Ky OKrllkKkKKkKkk SrrrkKkKKkKKkOkkKKKrkkrrkvitu rkrrrk Ktii I The Up= to= Date Grocery i bought out the stock nnd good will of Mrs S IHain lCo and having rented the ditorcv whichshe occupied I am prepared to all Staple and Fancy Family Groceries at the lowest I price compatible with Rood business I will have all Seasonable Groceries for the holiday season Give jj me a call and let me show you what I can do IWD LOGSDON cAkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk tkAklkilk t kkirAkkkt5tkk- it0TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your- constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmakingt- onic like neojrdUi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegeUbla Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such uheadache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scmty or profiua menstruation dragging down pains etc- H Is a building strengthmaking medidna for roman the wily medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid nor telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will seed free advice In plain sealed envelope how to curetlitm Address Ladlts Advisory D 1The Chattanooga a Tena Medicine Co GREAT CENTRAL- r II in rem Marquettei C A L The Michigan Line Electric Lightud Trains All New to TOLEDOAND TJETROrTTlthoUoi Charlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wequetoniing Harbor Springs Cboap Ilomeseokors rates to points in the West und South Inquire of C II ft D agents for full jMirtiou turn or address D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Barua College 00 acres cleared 10 acres in timber Good log hoiiHo wcuthorboirdod with 2 fire plncurt Good Orchard gOO Water good Burn and Well Fenced Is vvoll worth 2000 but will take SI 400 Cull at once on J P BICKNELLReal YOU ARE FRIENDS of nine wiltei Mrs P L JKKO W OilUUn Term For once UUnt Candid I hays jilnl JS lbs and an in betty hMlth than tar the past t year I tell my I husband that Cardul Is worth 1U welcht la gold U all suffering ladles oc c C F Hanson LICENSrD EMBALMER AND UNRTAfIRS- ucttMOr to B R Robinson All culls prompt attended tonight sad daysTnl- ephoan No4 Bores Ky FOR SALE See J W HERNDON for Cow Feud nnd Unled liny S miles frond Biiren on Richmond pike Premiums ArrnngunuintB hum been made by which some of the finest producU if Tho National Art Company of Nn York are offered M premiums to new subscribers Thule pictures ore ies of famous pniutingB and are really whut they purport to bo works of art As long an thu supply lusts sae Will bo given to each now subscriber who pays for one year in advance They are of nil fllnqxm nod aim from four by six to ten by twenty topes and the most of the i are in tended to be fnsUtncd to n mat for framing They can be seen by anyone culling at tbeolllcoof tlio Citizen