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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rv 1 Hmiimm BEREA PUBLISHING CO 1LE TUPPER Manager XUerrdaSMfelaemaRoal Ayot icrond HIIlIHIHHhHHHtH ri IVOL VII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 1905 One dollar a year tiS27tf if BEREA COLLEGE IIFriend of the People t Little Childreni We have our free schools for children a few months each year but 1 t not half the children attend because the teachers do not know how to make it profitableSo teach ers and the teachers trained at Borea have larger nod better schools than day others Bereatrniucd teachers know about practical things and interest their pupils They bring brood books to loud their pupils They have had practice teaching under tile direction of a training teacher and know how to care for agonTheySunday school work and church workand so communityGot dis trict and you will see the difference between the one who cares for the children and one who does not Send Quo or your own children to take the Normal Course Berea will uudDUDn are who are good mon and good women and who know how to teach The Friend of Parents in Berea College Your children aro the most precious thing you have i You ought not to lot them run wild like young partridges but plan to bring them up BO that they can take care of themselves and be Ss good an njflxxlr You want to give your children good health good principles and good education Hero Berea will help you It looks out for the morals of iln students It will make your child acquainted with the best young people from other counties and other Statue It gives a practical education 00 that theirfyoung you cannot afford to let your children fall behind Consider these things and you willne that you can send your bright Mt boy or girl to Boroa this winter and spring The Friend of Farmers is Berea College Mountain Umber has beuu out anti mo a- lain farm are divided until they are small Wo must learn how to get more out of on land This moons soitinco nud education IJpren toaches how to double the product of a garden or a farm Would you like to get more off of your land f Thou send you r by to Boron There will bo lumens this winter in preserving and marketing fruit selection of good vnrietieH of fruit farm buildings eta Next spring in botany the science of the vegetable kingdom gardening road making surveying forestry the proper taro of growing timberSend il brightest boy this year and get I some of this skill and science to help on you takothiBI1AT9Genienendrotest armors tTheFriend of Mothers and Housewives is Berea College I not understand how much labor and skill thero is in womens work To make a pleasant home takes a truly capable woman Boron College has a Homo Science Course for young ladies and your j daughter is take that course Besides singingBible drawing the keeping of accounts letter writ tag and other studies there will bo lessons This winter la making shirt waists etc cooking meats and planning meals the strengthgiving power of different kinds of rood homo decorn lion a healthful location and cnro of tho house in regard to health Next spring botany tho science of flowers care of the sick making butter and cheese money from poultry money from fireside industries homespun linen and bed covers Send your brightest girl this year and she will coma back to boa help I to her mother and to have a model home of her own someday Education U a girls boat dowry Some Things WJ Get by Going away to School 1 Acquaintance with many good teachers 2 Acquaintance with the best young people 8 New ideas bettor ways of doing things 4 Higher pleasures music rending good company 5 Mind traininghow to think and reasoni0 Good thoughts deeds and words men i7 Skill in manly occupations tools management etc 8 Skill in womanly arts nursing house management etc He who has been away to a good School amounts to twice as much as ho could withoutc itTO GET THE BEST START flo Get the Most in Two or Three Terms 1 Tho Borou College Model Schools have all kinds of classes in Arith j moths History etc so that every student can be placed with others like pmgro8ai of the advantages of those library boarding hall chapel i eta own Tree lessons in Drawing Singing Bible Gardening nud for boys in i use of Tools and girls in Cooking and Dross Making Textbooks lent without charge The Fee for first 0 grades is 100 a 1term for advanced Grammar grades 500 Supt Edwards Prof Mason Prof RIgby Tutor Diznoy Mr May j MiBS Douglas Mrs Hill and a dozen other teachers aro pushing forward the students in this department For those beyond the Common Branches there are two Academy Courses First is the course FITTING FOR COLLEGE This course is of the highest grade nail quqlity and is of three kindstwoM years fits one to enter the Literary Course In College three years the Scientific and four years the Classical Studies of the first year include Latin Algebra Freehand Drawing Botany Physical Geography Bookkeeping Rhetorlcala Bible etc The FM II 9000 s term THE CITIZEN r TWO YEARS ENGLISH ACADEMY COURSE Quickest least expensive wellplanned fullof Interest fits for useful happy and successful life YOUR CHOICE OF STUDIES FROM THIS LIST WITH OTHERS First Year Numbers show lessons per week PAII WINTIilt HIUINd Commercial Arithmetic j Algebra j Algebra sPractical ttnmmir 4 Writing liigll ti 5 Ornmnur Adwnoxlt jDrawing j Deokkrtt l K J 1 awiag3Garde-nhig s Physical Oeography 4 lletany 41 United SCat Iiistoryg UnIted State IlUUry j United State Illtery y Sewing Sewing i Home Aria a Chonl C1a ljiill KalMng j Clmm ClaM I Second Year Civil Government 4 Bdence of Wealth 4 Science of Conduct a Ilitery8PhyaicaCompatden4cuokIChoral cna I Hlocutlon t S Home Nuntng t starred Studlea Optior- ulAPPRENTICE COURSESLEiARN AND EARN Opportunity is given for those who canfread and write well anti use Arithmetic including fractions readily to earn a trade may give about half their time to instruction and practice giving science and skill in their trade and the rest to Model School or Acadenystudies All apprentice students earn more or and many become so expert that expensesYoungAgriculture Brickmak earningfromstructlon in Laundry Cooking Dressmaking Nursing Music and Steno graphy have been made independent Apprentice students are classed with the Model Schools or the Acad emy according to their advancement At the end of two years of diligent diplomaStudentslearning a trade may often bythoDEPARTMENTS OF BEREA COLLEGE 1 Model Schools See above 2 Apprentice Courses See above YearEnglishTypewritIIIK term or 4000a year DiplomaCoursesmethods Boron trained teachers everywhere in the lead J W Dins more AM Dean with large and able facility CollegeLibraryat professional schools and iu active life pea A Hubbell PhD Dean OrganVoice7DOto1000 Ralph Rigby Dean 7 Extension Traveling Libraries Lectures etc Rev Leland Tupper Superintendent COST OF LIVING IN BEREA cdncationlnt doctorrThe place is a beautiful ono and remarkably healthful Spring water for chronic or surgical cases Board and room two persons together with necessary furniture and bedding fuel and lights is 175 a week in fall and spring and 5200 in winter For Normal English Anatomy mill Grammar Schools the whole ex penile Fall 14 weeks 2950 1st day 1885 36th day 075 70th day 540 Winter 11 weeks 2700 1st day 1760 2Sth day 000 5lth day SUO- Spring 11 weeks 2425lstddy1u5Ot3Sthday5405lithdayd0i- No student can be received except in the Night School who does not bring money to meet first payment rogistorbysecond day Bo prompt College Students pay 200 more tho first tiny Latin Academy and fourth year Normal Student pay 100 more and the lower Model School pupils 100 less text books free in Yodel Schools Tho College makes no money out of the students board and gives cheapthatTHE INSURANCE INVESTIGATION THE WORK IS PRACTICALLY BEING CLEANED UP Three of the Smaller Companies Were Under Consideration By the Leg Illative Committee New York Doc 19Wltb the re lumptlon of Its sessions the Arm strong Insurance investigating com mittee practically started on the clean ing up of Its work preparatory to formulating Its report to the legislature Monday was devoted to the smaller companies those under examination being the Provident Savings the Em pits Life and the Life Association of America With the counsel of the Provident society were taken up several real estate thansactlons In one of these n building In Savannah Ga was traded on two different occasions for New York City property and a loan wan then made on the Savannah build ing with the result that each time the building was returned to the posses atop of the society under foreclosure or default of Interest There appeared according to Mr Hughes to be a marklngup of the book values of the societys real estato holdings almost annually and subse quently Miles M Dawson the com mittees export actuary was sworn as a witness and presented compilations showing that the society by IU man agement lost about 100000 last year which was offset by tho marklngup of Its real estate holdings Race Track To Be Abandoned Chicago Dec 19The Washington oark race track Is to bo abandoned as the scene of tho American derby and ihe ground will bo divided Into city lots This was decided on at a meet- Ing of tho members of tho organiza don PACKERS AND RAILWAY MEN Fourteen Indictments Were Returned Against Them at Kansas City Kansas City Doc 16 Ftourteen in dictments were returned by the rod eral grand jury for violation of the El kins railway law In the matter of giving and receiving or conspiring to get rebates on freight shipments Those Indicted are Swift Co Cudahy Packing Co Armour Packing Co Nelson Morris Co Chicago Burlington Quincy Chicago St Paul Milwaukee and Chicago Alton two indictments John N Falthorn Fred A Wann former executive official of the Alton sys tem D II Crosby and George U Thomas freight brokers and L LI Taggart Thomas chief clerk The Indictments against Crosby and the freight brokers Involve transac Lions In four shipments the others re lating to packing houso shIpmentsI The trouble came when the rate was divided pro rata between the Burling ton and Its connections whoso officers tho Burlington Is said not to have con sulted FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Alice Roosevelt Engaged To Congressman Longworth Washington Doc 14 Formal an nouncement was made late Wednes day afternoon by the President and Mrs Roosovelt of the engagement of their daughter Alice Lee Roosevelt to Nicholas Longworth representative In congress from the First district of Ohio one of the Cincinnati districts Coupled with the announcement of the engagement Is the additional an nouncement that the wedding will take place about the middle of next Febru ary While arrangements for the wed ding have not been made It is expect ed that it will occur at tho white rouse R+ 1yiF- I 111 t 44i t r 1 A Family Newspaper Eight Page- sttftllttirltt I +lHII t ItI t tit6 u + 6 66 I l I I 7 Jcos fM atrF botslUunU t1- a u I t CAJITAIOSUKPUIS soui118005 1 c Mew fNov 16 05t1 I IF YOU DESIRE To make your mark isn this world or L 1 be comfortable in your old age j you must save part of your earnings lThere is no dishonor in true econYomy in fact it is next to criminal t to spend all you earn when others Fare dependent upon you Begin tJ nowtto save your money We shall y 1 glad to assist you- Youre I f tr very trul 1 I 1 1 Cashier Il I I I t it+++ MMMMhm4- 6 6 p t h h I HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better withItheir hits off This is Because their hats dont suiti them We Cnn fit yell vfth a fm tIrtCtc informs with e your height and complexion v f 1 Our Prices are Never Mata dIGranulated Sugar 05 Gold Modal Flour GO Obelisk Flour 05 Meal 25 Diamond Coffee 15 nnd up 1 Building Paper that hurtl time stores sell at 40 to 50 cts we sell asf Did you Oct notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS I 4 P SSanta Claus is stopoing at our place floooooooooooo + osososososososososasosasoso0 PRICE CUT IN HALF REVIEW OF REVIEWS- COSMOPOLITAN g WOMANS HOME aIoTHEi O 0 REGULAR PRICE o 5600 g FOR A LIMITED TIME o 325 g We are very fortunate in being able to arrange o with the publishers of these three well known magazines v to offer a subscription for the coming year at this sen sational price No other such offqr will be made by a o this paper or any other this car You have in this g 0 offer some of the best magazine literature of the day o- o and your favorite weekly nt just half price u renewalo shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a o year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma o gazines Come in at once and bring your money g All whose subscriptions are paid a year m advance can have the magazines for 225 ioofsotsotsototaotloiPolosotlorio oat0otaofaotaotaotoriotolo otao 0 T itt1tTt BEREA PUBLISHING CO- gr ILE TUPPER Manager offikea t Derm XV allOnd Idosmall matter I H 1 1 1 H+II 1 HI 11F 1tii1ItI mI rVOL VII Five conts a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 211905 One dollar a yearN 27 I r BEREA COLLEGE I s Friend of the People And of Little Children We have our free schools for children a few months each year but not half tho children attend because the teachers do not know how to make it Interesting und profitable So Berca College is training teach ers anti the teachoro trained at Beres have larger and better schools than guy others 13erea trained teachers know about practical things und interest the pupilsThoy bring good books to lend their pu They Taro had practice teachinj under the direction ofa traiuinj teacher and know how to care for the children of different ages They nro ready to help In schoolwork and church work and improve the whole community Oct a Bereu teacher in your dig tract and you will see the different between tine one who cares for the children nnd one who does not Send one of your own children t take the Normal Course Berea wit j w OINHMOUU A nnot help to a first grade and i neo of Normal DepartmentStutu cortificato but will make teach L en who are goal men and prowl women and who know how to teach iThe Friend of Parents is Berea College Your children are the most precious thing you have You uotto lot them run wild like young partridges but plan to goalIai education Here Berea will help you It looks out for the morals of it students It will make your ohild acquainted with the best young peopli from other counties nnd other States It gives a practical education so tha your eon and slaughter will be moro useful and more prosperous oil thou lives Beroa College is doing this for thousands of young people and yo cannot afford to let your children fall behind Coneldor these things and you will sew that you can send your bright Mt boy or girl to Beroa this winter mid spring The Friend of Farmers is Berea College Mountain timber has been out and moun spin farms are divided until they are small- We must loom how to got more out of ou land This moans science and education Keren loaches how to double the product of n garden or a farm Would you like t get moro off of your land l Thou send you bay to Borea There will bo lets ons this winter in pro serving and marketing fruit selection of good varieties of fruit farm buildings etc Next spring in botany the science of th vegetable kingdom gardening roadmaking surveying forestry time projwr caro of growing timberSend brightest boy this year and ge sumo of this skill and science to help on you Hhome farm and garden Tell him to takoth nllwvrf JASONi M c rfwi n4 Poteat armors Course The Friend of Mothers and Housewives is Berea College Men do not understand how much labor and skill there is in women work To make n pleasant homo takes n truly capable woman Berea College has a Homo Science Course for young ladies and you daughter is good enough to take that course Besides singing Bible drawing the keeping of accounts letter writ Ing and other studies there will bo lessons I This winter in making shirt waists etc cooking meats and planuinj meals the strength giving power of different kinds of food homo decora tion a healthful location and care of tho house In regard to health Next spring botany tho science of flowers care of the sick making butter and cheese money from poultry money from fireside Industrie homespun linen and bedcovers Send your brightest girl this year and she will come back to boa boll to her mother and to have a model homo of liar own someday Educatioi U a girls best dowry Some Things We Get by Going away to School 1 Acquaintance with many good teachers 2 Acquaintance with the teat young people 8 Now ideas bettor ways of doing things 4 Higher pleasures music reading good company G Mind traininghow to think and reason 0 Good thoughts deeds nnd words of great men 7 Skill In manly occupations tools mauagemqut etc 8 Skill in womanly arts nursing house management eta Ho who has been away to a good School amounts to twice as mudh as ho could without itTO GET THE BEST START To Get the Most in Two or Three Terms Tho Borea College Model Schools have all kinds of classes in Arith moUe History etc so that every student can bo placed with others liki himself and make tho most rapid progress i Model School students have at once many of the advantages of th- In oe advanced College classes same lectures library boarding hall chapel eta and their own debating societies Free lessons in Drawing Singing Bible Gardening and for boys ii use of Tools and girls In Cooking and Dress Making Textbooks lent without charge The Fee for first 0 grades is 100 I term for advanced Grammar grades 500 Supt Edwards Prof Mason Prof RIgby Tutor Diznoy Mr May i i Miss Douglas Mrs Hill and a dozen other teachers are pushing fopvnn be students In this department For those beyond tho Common Branches there are two Acadenv Courses First Is the course FITTING FOR COLLEGE This course is of the highest grade and quqlity and Is of three kindstw tinyearsScientific and four yearsi Studies of the first year Include Latin Algebra Freehand Drawing i Botany Physical Geography Bookkeeping Rhetoricals Bible etc Thi FM U 9000 a term i w l THE CITIZEN TWO YEARS ENGLISH ACADEMY COURSE lQuickest lust expensive well planned fullof Interestfits for useful happy and successful life YOUR CHOICE OF STUDIES FROM THIS LIST WITH OTHERS First Year Numbers show lessons per week KAII wiKTHit xrntvn Commercial Arithmetic j Algebra 5 Algebra J Practical nramtiur 4 Writing itiiRliili 5 OmmarAdllnt l- tIlrawing3 J IIMkkI ltiK j Drawing j Gardening s thysleal Orography 4 itotany4Unit- edState lllilory s + OnUeU States Hl t ry 3 fnlled States history 3 Sewing s Sewlng j Home Art S Choral CUM Hntlt KalMng 5 Choral Class Second Year I Civil Government 4 Silence of Wealth 4 Science of Conduit II Modern Itlitbry a Outline of Ittstery a Outlines of lllntory s 4JAlgebraCooking Great Author 4 Hnglish Literature fChoral Claps I Hloautlon tt S Home NllflfnlC1 S Starred Studle Option- alAPPRENTICE COURSESLEARN AND EARN Opportunity is given for those who can read andwrite well and use Arithmetic Including fractions readily to yearn a trade t They may give about half their time to instruction and practice giving science and skill in expertrthat they earn a largo part of their school expenses Young men who have had our instruction In Agriculture Brickmak ing Bricklaying Carpentry Printing and Mnchino work are now earning from 500 to 1000 dollars a your Young women who have had our in struction in Laundry Cooking Dressmaking Nursing Music and Steno graphy have been made independent Apprentice students are classed with the Model Schools or the Acad diligenteDud successful they may receive a Students who do not give half their time to learning a trade may often secure regular employment for their spare time in some work required by the College and earn money and gain useful training DEPARTMENTS OF BEREA COLLEGE aboveIEnglish Course Electives in applied science etc See above Com mercial Course Two years with or without Stenography and Typewrit lug Full course in Commercial Law Arithmetic etc Fee 1500 a term or 4000 a year DiplomaCoursesmethods Berea trained teachers everywhere iu the load J W Dins more AM Dean with large and able faculty 5 Collegiate Literary Scientific pmt Classical Largest College i Library in the State Laboratory Method Berea graduates rank high at professional schools and in active life pea A Hubbell PhD Dean 0 Chore Musio free Best instruction in Cabinet Organ Voice Piano Theory Two lessons a week instrument and Music Library 7GOtoiOOO Ralph RIgby Dean 7 Extension Traveling Libraries Lectures etc Rev Leland Tupper SuperintendentCOST OF LIVING IN BEREA The School Fees are very small Th chief expense of an education at Berea is for board and this costs someThlng even at home The place is a beautiful one and remarkably healthful Spring water conies from the mountains in iron pipes ha own doctor r a specialist In such matters who cnTres ffit tditleftbtttthout charge oicept for chrdnlc or surgical cases B Bowl and room two persons together with necessary furniture and- o bedding fuel und lights is 175 a week in fall and spring nnd 200 r winter inI For Normal English Aacdemy and Grammar Schools the whole e penileISpring 11 weeks 2425 1st day 1580 2Sth day 540 511th day S40JJ1 No student can lie received except in the Night School who does tot bring money to meet first payment registertr second day Bo prompt College Students pay 200 moro tho first day Latin Academy and fourth year Normal Students pay S100 more and the lower Model School pupils 100 less textbooks free in Model Schools e Tho College makes no money out of the students board and gives them the use of its beautiful buildings freely making education so cheap r that it is in roach of all who desire and aspire THE INSURANCE INVESTIGATION THE WORK IS PRACTICALLY BE INO CLEANED UP Three of the Smaller Companies Were Under Consideration By the Leg Illative Committee New York Dec 19Wlth the resumption of Its sessions the Arm strong Insurance Investigating com mittee practically started on the clean- Ing up of lu work preparatory to formulating IU report to the legislature Monday was devoted to the smaller companies those under examination being the Provident Savings the Empire Life and the Life Association ot AmericaWith the counsel of the Provident society were taken up several real estate thansactlons In one ot these n building In Savannah Go was traded on two different occasions for New York City property and a loan was then made on tho Savannah build Ing with tho result that each time the building was returned to the posses t sloe of tho society under foreclosure or default of Interest There appeared according to Mr I Hughes to be a marklngup of the book values of the societys real estate 1 holdings almost annually and subsequently Miles M Dawson the com mittees export actuary was sworn as a witness and presented compilations showing that the society by Its ma agement lost about 100000 last year which was offset by tho marklngup of Its real estate holdings Race Track To Be Abandoned o Chicago Dec 19The Washlngton oark race track Is to be abandoned as the scene of the American derby and the ground will bo divided Into city lots This was decided on at a meet- Ingt of tho members of the organiza lion PACKERS AND RAILWAY MEN Fourteen Indictments Were Returned CityICltyj Doc 16 Fourteen In IKonllas were returned by the fed jury for violation of the El kins railway law In the matter of giv ling and receiving or conspiring to get rebates on freight shipments Those Indicted are Swift Co Cudahy Packing Co Armour Packing Co Nelson Morris Co Chicago Burlington Quincy Chicago St Paul Milwaukee and Chicago Alton two indictments John N Falthorn Fred A Wann for mot executive official of tho Alton sys tom D 11 Crosby and George L Thomas freight brokers and L L Taggart Thomus chief clerk The Indictments against Crosby nnd the freight brokers Involve transac tions In tour shipments the others relating to packinghouse shipments The trouble came when the rate was divided pro rata between the Darling ton and Its connections whose officers tho Burlington Is said not to have con sulted FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT Mss Alice Roosevelt Engaged To Congressman Longworth Washington Doc 14 Formal an nouncement was made late Wednes day afternoon by the President an1 Mrs Roosevelt of the engagement of their daughter Alice Lee Roosevelt to Nicholas Longworth representative In congress from the First district of Ohio one of the Cincinnati districts Coupled with the announcement of the engagement Is the additional an nouncement that the woddlng will tako place about the middle of next Febru ary While arrangements for the wed ding have not been made It Is expect ed that it will occur at tho white Louse j iii t 11ssItttlI tITttiI1 A Family Newspaper I I Eight Pagesr 1 es + r es o I aJr+ na ar fAlroatt + e + Gwtuaxnauwn il Iii11 IW i iI+ CAPITALS SURPLUS sasses I t e7Yvr SNov 16 05 t 1 I IF YOU DESIRE To orzbe comfortable in your old age you must save part of your earnings There is no dishonor in true econ omy in fact it is next to criminal to spend all you earn when others are dependent upon you Begin nowtto save your money We shall glad to assist you iiYoure t Cashier t i r IL j Yl ++ +t HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats ofT This is because their hats dont suitrf them We can fit yoq with d hat thtttrxonforms vjthjyour height and complexion fI t Our Prices are Never Matched r Granulated Sugar 05 i Gold Medal Flour GOfObelisk Flour Meal 25 Diamond Coffee 15 mind up Building Paper that hardtime stores sail at 40 to 50 ets we sell 35 Did you over notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading at WELCHSiP SSauta Claus is stopoing at our plnc- oooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeopoeoeo I OUT oeoeoeoeoeoeoSoSoeooeo- SosooPRICE IN HALF I t1 REVIEW OF REVIEWS gIo COSMOPOLITANWOMANS u E COMPANION o THE CITIZEN gIREGULAR PRICE 800F- ORALIA1ITEDTIME gj325 S i e We are very fortunate in being able to arrange a o with the publishers of these three well known magazines 1 a to offer a subscription for the coming year at this sen e sational price No other such offer will be made by this paper or any other this You have in this o I offer some of the best mngna111e literature of the day o- and I your favorite wcpjviy in just half price o- o I Dont Wait the offer is good for both new and re I newal subscriptions the only condition being that these a- g shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma gazines Come in at once and bring your money Allwhose subscriptions are paid a year in advance can- o have the magazines for 225 0- oooooooooooooo oooooooooo THE BACHELORS SONG In one of the states of the Argentine Republic bachelor have to pay a Sine of- aCt a month up to the age of 30 C1 a month from 30 to k and JG a month after they reach the age of C- OSine my twentieth birthday I had tried With no IUCOonlS to win a bride My heart had been returned with thanks By cruel ladles In endl M ranks But Instead of the balm that the jilted lack The Mate came down on mo with a tax And I saw my saving disappear At the rate of JI ever year It oarae a bit expensive for I watnt a wealthy bachelor Fearing my purse wouldnt stand the drain At the age of thirty I tried again Bought new clothes of the latest style Practiced a fascinating smile Butwhy I cannot understand Nobody wanted my heart and hand And the state tn IU brutal callous way Doubled the tax It made me pay Pounds to the number of twentyfour- I paid for being a bachelor Mr fiftieth birthday found me still A slncte Jack In search of a Jill Halrlenn hopeless dull and stout Troubled too with a twinge of gout And rot all my exertions I could not Find any one willing to share my lot But did the state reel sorry for mo- No It multiplied my flno by three Seventy pounds and a couple moro I paid for being a bachelor- I write these Hnea with a borrowed quill On the back of an unpaid tailors bill As clever readers will doubtless guess The local workhouse Is my address It teems the only refuge for A cruelly harried bachelor Ltndon Dally Chronicle Dri and I By IRVING BACBELLER Author of Ebn Holdsn Dirrel of the messed lass Eta ICfcorzlClit int t 7 Lathrop Publlihlac Conpuj CHAPTER XXII CONTINUED As I stood by quivering with excitement I saw htm get a slash In the shoulder He stumbled falling heav ily Then quickly forgetting my sex but not wholly I hope the conduct that becomes a woman I caught the point of the saber now poised to run him through with the one I carried He backed away hesitated for he had seen my hat and gown But 1 made after him with all the fury I felt and soon had him in action He was Ured I have no doubt anyway I whirled his saber and broke his hold whipping It to tho ground That was the last wo saw of him for he made off In the dark faster than I could follow Tho trouble was all over save the wound of the corporal which was not as bad as I thought He was up and one of them a surgeon was putting stitches In his upper arm Others were tying four men together with rope Their weapon were lying In a little heap near by One of the British was saying that Sir Charles Gravlelgh had sent for them to ride after the coach Jerushy Jane Pepper said the man Dri Never seen no sech wilcat uv a woman es thet air I I looked down at my gown I felt of my hat now hanging over one ear Sure enough I was a woman Who be ye Id like f know said the man Dri- Ramonj Della Yankee soldier of- F the rank of captain I said stripping oft my gown But I beg of you dont tell the ladles I was ever a woman Judas Priest said Dri as he flung his well arm around me CHAPTER XXIH I felt foolish for n moment I had careful plans for Mme St Jovltc She would have vanished utterly on our return so I fancy none would have ifbeen the wiser But In that brief sally I had killed the madamo she could serve me no more 1 have been careful In my account of this matter to tell all just M It happened to put upon it neither more nor less of ro mantle color than we saw Had I the skill and license of a novelist I could have made much of my little mystery but there are many now living who remember all these things and then I am a soldier nnd too old for a now business So I mate as much of them- a there was and no more In private theatricals an ovenfng at the Harbor I had won applause with the rig wig and dialect of my trip to Wrentham Square So when I pro posed a plan to my friend the general urging the peril of a raw hand with a trust of so much importance he had no doubt of my ability- I borrowed a long coat having put off my dress and when all was ready went with a lantern to get the ladles Louise recognized me first Grace au ciel le capltalne said she running to meet me I dropped my lantern as we came face to face and have ever been glad of that little accident for there In the dark my arms went around her and our lips met for a silent kiss full of history and of holy confidence Then she put her hand upon my face with a gentle caressing touchand turned her own way I am very very glad to ace you I said Dleul said her sister coming near we should be glad to see you If It IIClell the light becomes him said l Loulson her grand eyes aglow I But before there was time to answer I bad kissed her also Ho la a bold thing she added turolftf soberly to the baroness Both a bold thing and a happy thing I answered Forgive me I should not be so bold If I were not TTell Insanely happy lIe Is only a boy said the baron ess laughing as she kissed me Poor little Ingenul said Loulson patting my arm Louise tall and lovely and sedate as ever stood near me primping her bonnet Little Ingenu the repeated with a faint laugh of Irony as she placed the dainty thing on her head Well what do you think of him said Loulson turning to help her Dlcu that he Is very big and dread ful said tho other soberly I should think wo had better be going These things move slowly on paper but the greeting was to me painfully short there being of It not more than a mlnuteful I should say On our way to the lights they plied mo with whis pered queries and were In fear of more fighting The prisoners were now In the coach and our men there were 12 stood on every side of It their pikes in hand The boats were near and we hurried to the river by a tote way Our schooner lay some 20 rods oft n point A bateau and six canoes were waiting on tho beach and when wo had come to the schooner I unbound theprisonersYou get ashore with this bateau I said You will find the horses tied to a tree Wha does thet mean 1 said Drl That wo have no right to hold them was my answer Ronley was In no way responsible for their coming Leaning over the side with a lan tern while one of our men held the bateau I motioned to the coachman Give that humberreller to the but ler with my compliments I whis peredOur anchors up our sails took the wind in a jiffy- Member how we used ye Dri called to the receding Britishers and ye ever meet a Yankee try t be pllte tow 1m Dawn had come before we got oft at the Harbor dock I took the ladles to an Inn for breakfast wrote a report and went for my horse and uniform Gen Brown was buttoning his suspenders when they admitted me to his roomWhat luck my boy said he All have returned safely Including n WE WENT RIDING THAT AFTERNOON the ladles I replied quickly and I have the honor to submit a report HeUook a chair and read the report carefully and looked up at inc laugh Ing What a lucky and remarkable young man said he I declare you should have lived In the Middle Ages Ah then I should not have en joyed your compliments or your friend ship was my answer lIt laughed again heartily Nor tho demoiselles said he I congratulate you They are the love host of their sex but Im sorry theyre notAmericansTime I have decided that one of them shall become an Ameri can said I with all the confidence of youthIt Is quite an undertaking said he You may find new difficulties Their father Is at the chateau Msleur de Lambert I exclaimed Msiour de Lambert Came yester day via Montreal with a fine young noblemanthe Count Esmon de Drov el said he You must look out for him he has the beauty of Apollo and the sword of a cavalier And I no fear of him I answered soberly with a quick sense of alarm They rode over In the afternoon with Chaumont he went on It seems the young ladles father getting no news of them had became worried Well you may go and bavo three days for your fun I shall need you presently Breakfast over I got a team for the ladles and mounting my own horse rode before them I began to consider a very odd thing in this love experi ence While they were In captivity I had begun to think less of Loulson and more of Louise In truth one face had faded a little In my memory the other somehow had grown clearer and sweeter as If by a light borrowed from the soul behind it Now that I saw Loulson her splendid face and figure appealed to me with all the power of old She was quick vivacious subtle cunning aware and proud of her charms and ever making the most of them She ab yes she could play with a man for the mere pleasure of victory If she were not In love with hIm This type of woman had no need of argument to make me feel her charms With her the old doubt had returned to me for how long II wondered Her sister wis quite her t snUthnslsthoughtful slow serious eventemlored frank unconscious of her beauty and with that wonderful thing a volco tender and low and sympathetic and full of an eloquence I coula never understand although I felt It to my fingertips I could not help loving her and Indeed what man with any life In him feels not the power of such a woman That morn Ing on the woodspike I reduced the problem to its simplest terns the one was a physical typo the other a spiritual Mslcur le Capltalne said Loulson as I rode by the carriage wlnt be came of the tall woman last night Left us there In the woods I answered She was afraid of you Afraid of me Why Well I understand that you boxed her cars shamefully- A merry peal of laughter greeted my wordsIt was too bad you were very harsh said Louise soberly- I could not help It she was an ugly awkward thing said Loulson I could have pulled her nose And It seems you called her a geante also I said She was quite offendedIt a compliment said the She was an Amazonlike the counts statue of Jeanne dArc Poor thing she could not help It LouiseWell Loulson with a sigh regret If I over see her+ ngal shall glvo her a fivefranc piece fThere was a moment of silence and she broke It I hope this afternoon you will let me ride that horse said she On one condition was his reply And It Is T I That you will let me ride y Url at the same time Agreed was her answer Shall we go at three With tho consent of the baroness andand your father I sold Father exclaimed the two girls Your father I repeated J lie Is now at the chateau w Heavens said Loulson What will he sayT said the bar oness I am so gladmy dear papal said Louise clapping her hands We were out of the woods now and could see the chateau In the uplands CHAPTER xxnIThere was a dignity In the manners of M de Lambert to mo formidable and oppressive It showed In his tall erect figure his deep tone his silvered hair und mustache There vas a mcrrr word between the kisses of one daughter between those of the other only tears and a broken murmur Oh papa said Loulson as she greeted him I do love oubut I dread that tlckly old mustache Mon Delu what a lover you must have beenThen she presented me and put her hand upon my arm looking proud ly at her father My captain said she Did you ever see a handsomer Frenchman There are many and here Is one said he turning to the young count who stood behind hima fine youth tall strongbuilt wellspoken with blond hair and dark keen eyes I ad mit frankly I had not seen a better figure of a man I assure you he had the form of Hercules the eye of Mars It was an eye to command women for I had small reason to admire his courage when I knew him better He took a hand of each young lady and kissed It with admirable gallantry Dleu It Is not so easy always to agree with ones father said Loulson We went riding that afternoon Thercse and her marquis and Loulson and I The first two went ahead ous we rode slowly and for a time no word was spoken Winds had stripped the Umber and swept Its harvest to the walls and hollows where It lay bleach ing In the sun Birch and oak and maple were folding bared arms to the wind as if to toughen them for storm and stress I fell a mighty sadness wondering If my own arms were quite seasoned for all that was to cope The merryhearted girl beside me was ever like a day of June the color of the rose in her cheek Its odor al ways In her hair and lace There was never an hour of autumn in her life Alas you are a very silent man said she presently with a little sigh Only thinking I said Of what Dleu of the dead summer I con tlnued Believe me it does not pay to think she Interrupted L tried It once and mado I1t sad discovery- Of what T A fool said she laughing I should think ItIt might have been a coquette nald I lightly Why upon my word said she I believe you misjudge me Do you think me heartless For the first time I saw a shadow In herfaceNo but you are young andand beautiful and What she broke In Impatiently as I hesitated I long to know Men wll love you In spite of all you can do I added Captain said she turning her face away Many will love you andand you can choose only onea very hard thing to dopossIbly Not hard said she it I see the right oneandandhe loves me also I had kept iryself well In hand for I was full of doubts that day but the clever girl came near taking ms horse foot nnd guns thrt moment She spoke so charmingly she looted so winning and then was It not easy to ask It I were the lucky one She know 1 loved her I know that she had loved me and I might as well con test But no I was net ready You mart h stunt with the otaan you must not let them tell you I went on- Clell said she laughing one might as well go to a nunnery May not a girl enjoy her beauty It ts sweet to her But do not make It bitter for the poor mono Dlcu I am one of them and know their sorrows And OU10U have been In lover Desperately I answered clinging by the fingertips Somehow wo kept drifting Into fateful moments when a word oven might have changed all that has been our life way tho skies above us the friends We have known our loves our very souls Sho turned smiling her beauty flashing up at mo with a power quit Irresistible I shut my eyes n moment summoning all my forces There was only a step between me and God knows what- Captaln you are a foolish fellow said she with a little shudder And Iwell 1 am cold Par bleu fee my handShe had drawn her glove quickly and held out her band white and beautiful a dainty finger In a gorget of gems That little cold trembling hand seemed to lay hold ot my heart and pulled me to her As my lips touched the palm I felt Its mighty magic Dear girl I wonder It she planned that trial for me Wo must ride faster You yon aro cold I stammered She hold her hand so that the sun light flashed on the jewels and looked down upon It proudly Do you think It beautiful sits askedYes and wonderful I 1IldIODut mark me It Is all a sacred trustthebeauty you have Sacred T More sacred than the power of kings I said- Preacbert said she with a smile You should give yourself to the churchI do better with the word of steel I said But do not be sad Cheer up dear fellnw she went on patting my el bow with a pretty mockery We women are not let so bad When I find the man I love Her voice faltered as she began fuss lag with her stirrup- I turned with a look ot changing quickly to one of InQulf1aI 101 shall make him love can she went on soberly And It he doesY I queried toy blood quickening as our eyes met Dleu I would do anything for him said she I turned away looking off at the brown fields Ah then for a breath my heart begged my will for utterance The first word passed my lips when there came tho sound of galloping hoots and Theresa and the marquis Come dreamers said the former as they pulled up betide us A cold dinner Is the worst enemy of happi ness And he Is the worst robber that shortens the hour of love said the marquis smiling We turned following them at a swift gallop They had helped me out of that mire of ecstasy and now I was glad for on my soul I belluM the fair gIrl bad one more to her liking and was only playing for my scalp And at last I had begun to know my own heart or thought I had Dri came over that evening with n letter from Gen Brown lIe desired me to report for duty next day or two To Be Continued I riiluc the manic Dick Wintersmlth representative from Kentucky was one of the drollest wits in Washington said Phil Thompson at the Waldorf the other night I remember at one time he and his wife were walking down Penn sylvania avenue when a little Frenchman a member of the legation who was directly In front of them tripped nnd fell It was slippery and he fell all over the pavement In the most ludicrous way Mrs Wintersmlth laughed where upon the little Frenchman picking himself up rushed at Dick and pre rented him with his card Dick looked It thoughtfully over H Whats this for he asked of tin little FrenchmanAYour laden there snorted the Frenchman In a tower of rage she laugh at me She laugh at me when I fall on zee pavement down I sir do wand zo sateesfaoclone Dick quietly handed him bade his card You go to this ladys brother and demand zee sateesfaozolne said he She aint no blood kin of mine N Y Herald Origin or Pounds Strrlln How many folk who work every day In the year who use the phrase pounds sterling are aware of Us I origin 1 Probably not one In a thou sand Yet the adjective sterling which apart from Its commercial sense has come to Indicate worth and survlVlll1orso heavily power M she does now In the fourteenth cen tury the trade of the known world was almost without exception In the hands of tho Hanseatlc league Within this league there were many towns most of which coined money some using better metal than others Lu bee a Baltic city mado the best money and the English merchants who even then know a good thing when they saw It used to contract for payment In the moneys of the Easter llngs Eosterllngs being their name for the Baltic merchants Shortened fn convenience the word still ob tains wed has C its original foroa Liverpool Post XMAS DECORATIONS GREENS AND FLOWERS OF MANY VARIETIES USED Bath the Northland and the South land Contribute Each Their Share of Holiday Beauty Holly and the Pine Far behind wo are leaving tho bare unbrightcued Christmas of Puritan Urn aro making this holiday our Greatest one Of comparatively re cent date is this change of decidedly recent date the general custom In America of tho lavish use of special decorations in honor of Christmas The south has long followed the customs of Mcrrle England In the matter of bringing In from wood and field the beautiful Christmas greens with which to give home and church TUB HOLLY festival air but from the pine lands of Maine to the mistletoe haunts of California from the creeping ground pines of northern Wisconsin to the high parasite greens down In Hawaii wo all have learned how to keep Christmas Poor indeed Is the house that does not show Christmas wreath In the window hang holly over the picture of some beloved absent one sport A bit of mischiefproving mis tletoe Once the housewife was concerned only with the gifts for her brood now a most Important part of the preparation is the Christmas decorations But In both city and village we have goodly store to choose from the markets are overflowing greatest strides have been made In the Christ mas greens Industry Such oppor tunity as we have to make house and church beautiful First of all of course is the tree and this we may buy very reasonably the best of all a fragrant symmetrical strong bal Im fir then we shall want yards aa i yards of groundpine to loop about chandelier to wreathe from corner to corner to drape about pictures holly with IU greenest of green and red dest of red U Indispensable and we select many branches the mlUoto we get in smaller quantities lint pay inucti attention to quality want Mile twig thick with waxen berries Then the house would not be compote according to present notion unless there WIN some of the wonderful Christmas blossoms and we buy both potted plAnt and cut flowers A house full of fragrant pines and blossoms makes an Ideal Christmas atmosphere bespeaks rugged winter beauty and tweet iummer promise Probably even mlddle aged people of the day think the Christmas tree THE JIISTLHTOE has been common here for many many years but In reality it U hardly 30 years since we adopted this feature of the day Half a century ago It was only foreigners that made use of It children of Americana knowing It only as a pleasant myth And England In the second quarter of the last century considered tbo tree still a German Institution as not yet fully belonging to her today the Engllsh speaking nations vie with I the Germans In love for the tree It la illustrative of the manner In which big things grow from the smallest of beginnings the building laItells the story of its birth About 30 years ago a number of duck hllB ers cruising along the coasts of Maine noticed the millions of young balsam firs which grew along the shores and the brilliant Idea occurred to one member of the party that these sym metrical evergreens would make excellent Christmas trees When the New York yachtsman offered to buy a few Milploads of young firs the honest Maine farmers thought he was Joking nut when the city mart opened kit purse AM sowe tM color of his money thoy tell to with a will The first venture proved a success and others hurried into the business Ten years later nearly the whole coast of Maine was stripped of firs and the business moved In land The trade has grown until now over 1000000 Christmas trees aro sold overt year In New York and New England of which twothirds come tram Maino alone- Groundplno so pretty and so rauca procurable for a little money comes from tho northern lake region Wisconsin sends forth yearly some thing like 200 tons It is feared thU- decoration may In Ute course of a tow years become very scarce It being necessary to pull the plant up by tho roots lu gathering the greens She gay holly moro popular than the ground plne comes at least tho bet of It from the two states of Delaware and Maryland There Is some importation of English holly and mistletoe but not a great deal People In Atlanta aLa do not have to buy their mistletoe the city au thorities Are glad to give it away la wagon loads It Is a parasite that disfigures the trees on which It grows appearing In bunches from one to threo feet across When da tached from the shade trees In Atlanta anyone that cares for It may come and cart it away Because of its magic rather than decorative qualities though the grace fui waxen clusters have a certain beauty of their ownIt Is not bought in large quantities Nevertheless wo are said to use about 10000 pounds of It at Christmas time And when we call to mind all the maglo that can bo worked by a single sprig think of the conjuring done by 10000 pouada Anyone caught under the mUtlwtx must pay forfeit of a kiss And It an unmarried but still marriageable woman place a bit of mistletoe over a door the first man walking under It at once falls under her spell If she disapprove of him she may let him go but ha Is unable to make freedom for himself The use of flowers adds to the beauty of the Christmas decorations but never should wo let go of tho Christmas greens they carry the tra ditions bring up old memories as no i THE 1OINBMTTIA eoatly orchid or row is able A flow Sr that displays with wondrous vivid seas the happy Christmas green and red U toe tropic blosnora called by the name of polMettA It has a canter of yellowish dots radiating treat which In roost graceful droop lug lined are gorgeous pointed leaves more flaming than any leaf our autumn puts forth The green leaves of the plant are vivid and polished the whole very very buuUful The florists at the Christmas season sell both potted polntctta and cut flowers neither lasting many days but most satisfying while they last Clnneraria with their lovely colors and texture of petals art favorite potted blooms and primroses vIe with cyclamen for ftvor Some dealers are taw forcing lilacs for Christmas oner toga but they have not yet appeared la any quantities Roses It is need to mention are well liked but lIeu Christmas prlcoa are pretty stilt year some novelty for deco ration ls Introduced and the florists windows art filled with tho old stand bye sldo by side with the Inlruilva bronzeicopper are ing their way In the north ilia now liked to put a leaf or two with the Christmas package They come from the highlands of the Carolinas and the demand for them is providing considerable work for the Idle moun coo1cOnditionthe greatest caro Is being taken In tho sorting and packing of tbo galax The galax region Is of wide extent reaching from Georgia to Virginia Tho richest leaf coloring does not ap pear until late In the year until after the frosts At the proper time whole mountaineer families will turn out to harvest this beautiful crop parents and the 10 or 12 children climbing about in search of the finest leaves None with spot or tear will be ac ccpird and after home Is reached there must be another sorting Those that pass inspection pre tied In bunches so many to a bunch qnd then taken to the local buyer Here they are carefully packed lalarars moss between the layers oiled pryers on the sides of the cues aad Mat on to tho cities reaching there with their woods bronze and gold but slightly lessened ICA Turmlr rOpE I 4 v t Quaint Old Custom In the olden tlmo tho Yule log was always laid aside before It was burnt out so that on tho next Christmas day the nest Yule log might be lighted with the charred remains f lu cellorill J alIsH I 111 HlIlHHH 14 U BereaTeachers Fr I ClubTrliu t t t tH 1111 I I I 1H1I I 11 F1111 I VAN OCVEB BARRACKS WASIUNOTOV um er I11D05 1DI Schoolmates very interesting of you in the though I ought to write too and say something of tho wonderful blessings tint I have ro ceived through Berea College It was there I was Influenced tf sign the temperance pledge in 1001 which pledge I am to say I have I kept unhrokou though I nm amidst y aloonn nnd whiskey drinkers It teas there I was shown whore I was Htanding with the world and there I chose to live a bettor life Some of you will be surprised to learn where I nm I nm In tie United States Army My health failing mo I thought probably that a change of climate would be good for mo 1 nm happy to say that my hopes lu this have beta realized When enlisted May 20 1005 I weighed only 105 pounds Now I weigh 105 pounds Tho clitniitu of Washington is cur thinly fine a cool breeze from tho Pacific making the atmosphere nice nnd pleasant throughout the year Wo have n great deal of rain during tho winter season but very little during tho remainder of tho year Mt Hood Mt StHolens Mt Adams nud Mt Jefferson are all to be seen from tho Barracks on n clear day nUll thoy aro covered with snow through out tho year The Army is nil right for n person who is living a worldly life but it is a very hard placo for ono who is try lug to live as God would have him Friends I know that I nm weak therefore I ask your prayers that I may BO live that if I never meot my dear people at home again I may moot them in the upper and bettor kingdom prepared for us Tho soldiers lu this part receive from fifteen to twenty thousand dol lari monthly of which fully throe fourths goes to saloons nod other ungodly places With best regards and remem brances to all I am Yours sincerely QEOROE W Boson Farm for Sale I havo for sale n form can be had as a whole or in parts 1w d MKrlASCO n A II Annual The Grand Army nuuual meeting for the election of officers of Cart James West Post for tho year 1000 was held in Masonic Hall on the 10th lust Dinner was served in Hanson Hull Five now members wore added to the post In spite o the inclement weather thirty aevoi comrades were present Tim officers oltic tod wore M follows Corn mander M J Gabbard Senior Vice Commander W H Hicknell Junior Vice Commander J L Balliuger Quarter Master L V Dcdge 1 Chaplain Chas II Grosvenor Sur geon Curtis P Kelley Officer of the Day A J Cruse Officer of the Guard Wm Moborly Delegates lo State Encampment C H Grosvonor James Young and G B Gabbard I Alternate Dologatou Alex Moore L J Kimberlaiu and Alfred Robinson Souvenir postalcarts can bo had at the Cooperative Store Those wishing to send views of Boron Col logo and vicinity to their friends can find them there at a low pride Mlunt rttvx She said shot sing some songs for him AntI ho was sore besot She meant it na a promise but Ho took it as a throat fHouston Post ISS at wsI HelplHelp Im Falling Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was saved I In gratitude it grew long and heavy and with all the deep rich color of early life Sold in all parts of the world for sixty years b rhdrr kdrltxt br s iilwid lo IIa Aaa list Vigor r aowsDlJiuoiuIoa o1Xa4lbJOAI7 lJers SAJ3APARILU PILLS CHEMtr PECTORAL I IDEAS Christmas time brings Cliristmns cheer and Christmas Comes but once a year toIBut theslrthat tlinne In ncthlthciil Shlnti still and halt not ceue And we lltirti itlll to the tidings Of glory and of pace The Mttlft oran Christendom Now roll along the unbroken snug Of peace on earth good will to mm yourdumhI would not givo much for a tunas I religion if his very dog and cat are not the happiest because of It merryOhrillhuuA unless wo do something to make that ono happier IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho proposal for free trade or modiltllreo trade with the Philippines has I stirred up tho nnliimls in Congress Tho sugar Interests especially nro active But ns wo now import something like 100000000 worth of sugar from alien countriita and but 2210210 from tho Philip verydangerousfree from those ishinds Tho Now York Supremo Court having decided that it ill im ossilla according to law to reopen the ballot boxes of Now York City Mr Hearst and his friends have prepared bill to bo introduced ut the coming meet llwvilllualso ask for an investigation by the LegislatureEight petition have been sent out by the Educational Improve ment Commission of Kentucky to the school teachers of tho state to be ill led out and returned by them before January 1 While it will bo well to havo the matter comn up for discu sion in the next meeting of the Legislature it will be better that nc tiou should be deliberate There are two Aides oven to such a question The Caleb Powers case has been imtponod until January 1C Tho lasso is on an appeal from Foderal Judge Coclirana ruling making an corpustakingtho State A delegate from the Isle of Pines line appeared at Washington Ed capitolSaturdaythe most effective way of getting his claim before Congress A good deal of uneasiness is mani fested in tho country as n whole under the present tariff Tho Mas 1doptotl trade relations between the United States and Canada and between the United States and Newfoundland which Senator Lodge had to present withfrepresentatives of vested interests protlJlcctof FROM THE WIDE WORLD Affairs in Russia still continue to furnish the most vivid interest to all who are attempting to follow them The act of the government iu arrest fag KrustaleQ gave it a tactical vie tory over tbo revolutionists and the general strike of the workmen lasted expectedthattest of strength Now tho revolutionaries havo published a manifesto ordering n strike by all tho workmen of the Empire This the govern ment hits mot by a declaration that it will call upon tho army to force peace throughout tho Empire If tho army remains loyal tho Czar will oulythom8elv08 wo go buck and blame tho govern ment that has never taught the peo plo self ltmtrnlut- Oorman ships will bo sent to tho Baltic to remova its people from tho districts whore tho Itussiau Govern mont no longer has control of the situation Our Ambassador at St Petersburg has requested tho au thorities nt Moscow to place nt the disposal of the American Consul at that placo protection for Americans in case ofan emergency rime action of Germany may be time beginning of n move on the part of thud nation to actively interfere whoro her interests are involved Turkey has formally surrendered to tho demands of tho powers Tho international fleet will bo nt once withdrawn It is hoped that tho action of tho Powers will result in amoliomtiugtho The Emperor of Korea sends a special messenger ta this country to lodge an appeal with President Roosevelt against tho annexation of saysthatthe demands of Japan was made un der duress and at the point of the word I II oI1 fARm PEACE GOODLL TOJDml + + iMb + + Ah + +++ Ah l9 f PO i ttKEE CHRISTMASB- y It HENRY VAN DYKE T ISn ooI to observe Christmas I tIgether is u wise and wholesome custom It helps one to feel the supremacy of mon lifu over the individual life It rmnlndsI a man to sot his own little watch tthen ttDtltpeople nnd you to remember what other you pooplo have done for you to ignore what tho world owes you and to think what you owe yourduties t more than your duty in the foreground to see that your fellow 1fatesonly goal reason for OUf exlst n O is pot what you are going + to got out of life but whatyou are going to givo to life to close your book of complaints against the management of the universe and lookuroulltl you for n phuGo where you can sow a few seeds of huppineftnare you willing to do these oven for n tiny f Then you ems keep Christina Are you willing to stoop down and consider tho nec thlnesltho desires of little children to remember the loneliness of people who are growing old to stop much your friends love you oudosk yourselfwhether you lore thorn enough to hear in mind tho things that other people have t to bear on thoir hearts to try to understand what those who live in the name house with you really want without waiting for thorn to toll you to trim your lamp so that it will give more light and loss smoke and to carry it in front so that your shadow will fall behind you to make n grave for your ugly thoughts and u garden for your kindly feelings with the gate openare you willing to do these things even for a day f Tseratyou can keep Christina Are you willing to believe that love is the strongest timing in the world stronger than hate stronger than evil stronger Dothlelbum+o o + 6+ ae + s- r +c so PROPHET DOWIE IS ILL He Unreservedly Transfers All Au thority To a Trlumverate Chicago Doc lSJohn Alexandor Dowle head of the Christian Catholic church has given up his rule and will soon leave for one of the Isands of tho Caribbean Sea there to remain t until the spring with the hope of regaining his health Announcement or ZionlOllY18e made it known that ho would trans all authority over the church un reservedly to a triumvirate and leave for the south as soon as he could ar range his affairs and at Sundays mooting of his followers formal an nouncement was made that tho control of the church had been placed In the hands of Overseer Spolcher Judge D V Barnes and Deacon Alex Granger Dr Dowle It is said expects to re sume his authority upon his return IPreeldent McCall Critically III Dec 19 President John A McCall of the New York Life In surance Co is very 111 at his home 54 West 72d street He was taken down with grip on Monday last which later developed Into pneumonia Italian Cabinet Resigns Rome Doc ISThe cabinet of Prime Minister Port Is resigned follow lag a 12 hour debate In tho chamber of deputies and the defeat of the oppo sition of the commercial modus vl vendi with Spain r w r IMncMrd Gayboy Do you know anything about betting on horse races Gay lIall1 know all about It Ive quit Chicago Tribune Nothing Is more nmlalitc than true uoclnsty amid nothing Is more con cmptlblethai tie fnlaeAddisnn There would not be so ninny open mouths If there wore not so ninny open earBlsbop Hall THINGS THEATRICAL Ulclmnl Mansfield recently produced Don Carlo by Schlllor Edward Morgan of The Prodigal Son Hindi Mb lirst success lu Boston ns tho soldier In Tho Two IJttle Vn= grantsIt said that Peter F DaileyIs to star lu n now play called The Press Agent under the management of the Bhubcrts Mr Hnufonls repertory this season will Include Othello Ingouiar The Merchant of Venice and Tamping of the Shrew Carrie a Perkins n Boston girl will l lny nn American matron traveling abroad In Miss Dolly Dollars with tulu Glasor Wallace Lockctt tins been recalled from the Lewis Morrison company to become business agent for the Mine Modjoakn company Edmund Brceso has been offered time position of managing director lu ono of Qr Yorks hupprttmt dramatic schools but boa declined i THREE DARING MEN Swim to the Rescue of Two Men Imprisoned in the East River Tunnel THE BORE FILLED WITH WATER1 Tlio Eniniiibeil Men flail Hei Huddled on a JUal1llugim 11ore Than 40 Hours The Water Was Prevented From En gulfing Them By the Use of Com pressed AIrWere Exhausted When Rescued Now York Dec 20Threo daring swimmers reached two Italian laborersI who for more than 40 hours Imprisoned In the East river tunnol of the Pennsylvania railroad by a cave in at the Long Isand City end of the underwater bore- Surrounded by water which throat cued to engulf them tho moment the compressed air should fall to hold It In ch ck the two entombed men had kept up constant communication with the surface by rapping on the pipes They were almost exhausted when three men swam up to the platform on which they were huddled The two strongor swimmers of the three each took a man upon hs back while the third swam along side to lend asslstanco In case of need Ever since the caveIn which filled tho shore end of the bore whoro the men were working with water more than a hundred laborers had worked desperately to Rink a shaft to the point where the Imprisoned men were thought to bo Late Tuesday they reached the concrete top of the tunnel Then the work became so tedi ous and slow that It seemed the men could not be reached while alive In the meantime powerful pumps were working to overcome the Inflow of water from the river At first they did not seem to gain but finally there came a slight lowering of the level In tho ohoked entrance to the tunnel A rowboat was sent for but when It ar rtveo It was seen that It must be hours before the water shouM be sum ciently reduced to permit of the en trance of ml boat In Imminent Peril At all times there was the danger that the rush of water from the river would Increase and fill the tunnel en trance to the roof Tho day was waning and there was still nrt IndlcaUon that the tunnel top would be pierced by the workers In the temporary shaft Neither did It seem there would be a chance to use shoal Then It was that some one at the entrance suggested Uiat the rescuers swim to the exhausted m1n Who had for so long boon shut from the light of day and who had lived under the heavy pressure of compressed air for a length of time that made them help lessVolunteers were not long In coming forward Benjamin Lewis himself an old tunnel worker and a cousin of one of the Imprisoned men was one of them Charles Murdorn was another and Philip Edkindo was the third Without thought of their personal safe ty those throe men plunged In to the Icy water at the entrance and were soon lost to view in the darkness of tho bore Barely two feet separated tho tunnel to perform the surface of the flood water Then followed anx ious moments for the watchers out side The swimmers had been gone seemingly an age when at last a splashing of water brought news to anxious ears that the quest had ended Ixswla soon appeared In view with ono of the entombed men on his back Then a mighty cheer was sent up Elondo next appeared with the second laborer clinging to him desperately Work on the shaft was stopped and all five men were tenderly cared for TERRIBLE EXPLOSION I Three Men Killed and Twelve Injured In New York New York Dec 20Dy the prema ture explosion of dynamite In anexca vation on 84th street near Fifth avenue three men lost their lives and at least a dozen persona were Injured The excavation was being made for the new department store of B AH mann When the workmen started to work one of them a rockman began to drill what he supposed was a par tially completed drilling No sooner had the drill been set in position than there was a terrific explosion that startled the whole neighborhood Wit nesses say that the sight was a horrifying one Men were thrown Into the air and passersby were knocked down Killed Two Fatally Wounded One St Joseph La Dec Oora Bee a young negro beet two white men to death near here with a piece of Iron pipe and fatally wounded another and seriously Injured a fourth using the same weapon Robbery tho motive Six Months In Prison Philadelphia JecOo S PUlley of this city ono of tho promoters of a = 3000000 mining scheme In which thousands of persons invested their savings was sentenced to six months Imprisonment Died From Spinal Meningitis Newport n I Dec 20 Seaman Apprentice James Kllbalne of Cleveland 0 died at the naval hospital here of spinal meningitis being the ttoond to suffer death recently by this dloeua s1IL T Il4 Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKER Dentist rcrEREA KY Qffico hours from 8 to 4 Tb th xtrn A without palo SWHiioforrai DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR RENT I Rooms for runt well located nndjventilated Enquire of C C RhoduH t FOR SALE OR RENT IKentuckyA H Short MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Mar b iy I Monumental work of nil kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAn Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Str- eetsRealEstate 1 have quite n number of building I lots and some improved property m Berea for sale I also have 20 acres with a 3ro murbox house within a quarter of a mil of Boron corporation for X500 I Also farm nnjl timber lands tn Madison Rookcastle and Estill coun tiM Any ono desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Bereti Ky AHRunDovinHis sion we hear on every side Unlcss there is some organic trouble the COP I tin can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with al kinds of advertised remedies 3d his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil just such a food in its best form I viII build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish II you arc run down or emaciated give it a trials it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pltiurcInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy scoTr BOWNE- Chcmhh 409 Purl Street New York 50c Mel Rl AIl DruLtlste- s fi3 The Citizen Aa Independent Family Newspaper arch Tubllthed every Thunder at Berea sty t p IREA PUBLISHING COMPANY- L E TUPPER Ciller and Mgr Subscription Rates MYAKLB IN ADTAKCK- On Tear I1CO lis months W Three months S RellliredLaUerThe date alter your name ihowa to what date tour lubacrlptlon la paid lilt li not chanted three after itndloc ui montnotify ut- SnUetlbtra wlibtnt Tin Cmzix stoppe- doast notllyua at the expiration of tubaertptlon paying all arrrari otherwise wa ahal calder wIsh It continued trnahIDMatting numben due to wrappers coming oil IB supledAgfnta wanted In every locality Write for term Anyone amdlng ua four yearly sibcerlpUenl vlu recelTe TBI emu lice for one tMIS I Medical Science In the Journal des Debate Dr Da rcmberg gives an account ot medical cOucatlon during the middle agos Ow ing to the Influence of the Arabian doc tors medicine was then regarded al most as an exact science In the elov enth century the school of Salerno was celebrated as tbo representative of Hip pocratlc principles while Bagdad Cal ro and Cordova followed Ualcn To ward the close of the middle agts there was a craze for performing ex periments upon the living human body As Is wellknown vivisection of human subjects was extensively practiced In the school ot medicine at Alexandria Under Ptolemy Sotcr GOO convicts were banded over to the surgeons who opened their bodies in order to observe respiration and the action of the heart In our own time many wellknown men of science have experimented upon themselves Especially famous are the elflnoculatlons of Hunter and RIcord of Pasteur and his disciples while In physiology the experiments of Spallan rani Brown Sequard Stark and Rabu teau are classic But If in former times the pursuit of medical science was cruel and barbarous the practitioner was well trained In what might be called bedside etiquette Arlcblma thaeus of Salerno gives a number of rules which we believe are not unobserved at the present time Ho says Jar example Promise to cure the pa tient tell his friends that he is very seriously ID then if you cure him your reputation is Increased If he dies It will be said that you foresaw his death Curious things take place on the wit ness stand People Insult ono another wlthout fear of chastisement whereas If the offensive language were used outside the court room there would be a fight in five minutes The witness ttand sobers the gay and makes the ensitlve nervous and men draw heavy ly on their stock of religion to sustain them In the hour of trial The lacerated feelings spoken of In legal pal pers when heavy damages are asked for broken hearts has a real meaning for many a man who has butted up lard against an adversary To listen to eomo lawyers the audience In oho court rooms might Imagine that there were no good characters in the world except thoso of the attorneys A man sever suspects ho Is half the villain be Is until he Is on the witness stand and Is assailed by the lawyers on the otbtt eldeA lot of young Imbeciles who hive Just outgrown tho bollle sucking age re known as college men and are remitted to raise all kinds of trouble without molestation from the police Other young toughs who are not suCl clently enlightened to call their rut flanlsm hazing are arrested when they become drunk and disorderly the moral to young men Is says the Portland Oregonian if you want to become a thug with Immunity from ar rest take the football and chorus girl course at some university A wealthy farmer of North Franklin township near Washington Pa died lately leaving a will which Includes the following unpretentious provisions 1 direct that my body be Interred in the hill orchard on the farm I own In a rough unplaced box that will cost about one dollar and use the clothing I have In tbo house and have j BO funeral or preaching In the bouse Employ two men to haul my body up to the orchard and Inter It at the cor ner tree of tbo Lewis Snyder farm andt nine and place no mark on the grave I Because six girls were proved for highIthe teacher in effigy Just made light t of her so to speakt r I Let furtherdoubt about t Louiss sailors being good fel 1lows Twentysix thousand bottles of IslandtiA Brooklyn telephone girl faces a charge of bigamy Let It be record x ed that for once at least a hello girl-I r forgot to say Line it busy Y Laborers are needed In the corn L belt to harvest the crop There Is one place where the man who wants work t have to face an age limit iLo j r t a lUtrial any Itelfgbma Btflwutwtwfl irf tIlt situ By RABBI LEON HARRISON i of 3U Louis I IAl RACE persisting as a gulf stream in nations where many meeting currents blend requires explanation if not justification However shadowy may be the influence of race and however attenuated its bond yet for a racegroup to endure at all amid the corrosive the dissolvent forces of assimilation challenges attention and the anomaly must perforce be looked at and understood Why do we Jews then remainin a sense a separate race 1 Is it out of veneration for a longevaporated nationality Is it out of expectation however vague or remote of rehabili tating a Judean state Or in the vast majority of instances where such reasons are dead or were never valid at all is it simply out of jicrtia because of what abrilliant JeW hasCalled the majestfe TmhlovablctfCSs of Judaism 5 And further the question is asked often not unsympathefjcally why does this race with such clearly marked human boundaries continue in the pale of a religion apparently limited to itself Why do they not throw themselves into spiritual world currents that as it were wstth cv cry shore and reach every people Judaism it is conceded has in the past achieved marvelous works Judaism has kindled in the worldmoral fire has created ethical monotheism that conception of one gredt and good being that demands of man approach to moral perfection Judaism we arc sometimes told the mother of Christianity the mother of Mo hammedanism had her period extraordinary fertility but now is steril and furthermore is archaic in a modern world and tribal in an age aflame with universalism and broad human sympathies These questions regarding the Jewish race and the religion of that race many thoughtful minds are considering The question of race looms up in the foreground And recent and present events are casting a lurid light on this socalled question of race No one doubts but that the race consciousness lives most idland passionately when the race is malignantly attacked Then to surrender and join the cruel enemy is the act of a despicable coward the vct of a traitor And today when the peoples seemed mellowed into benignancy and goodfellowship suddenly in Russia we have seen a resurrection ofcvcry devilish instinct of the human brute against the Jew How can there be any hope for assimilation under such indescribable conditions In ter arma silent leges Amid the clash of arms the laws of human prog ress too are silentare paralyzed This racial type has ever been associated with a certain type of religion Indeed Israel has come to stand for race and religion Tile one has reacted upon the other there has been a reciprocity of iufliuiecs And even these sections of Jewry not in close touch with its spiritual raison detre yet feel this acquired momentum front the perpetual im pact of religious forces upon a race that in turn directs intense collective enthusiasm upon the religion that made this race its vehicle and mouth piece Of course it is obvious in the first place that Judaism appeals I to us largely because it is oursas practically all Catholics accept and inherit their parents religion as practically the members of each diverse Protes tant sect espouse it not after scientific comparisons and the selectibn of the fittest sect but because it is tangled up with childsanctities and filial piety In Judaism the national note is reminiscent the note of universalism of human fellowship of an equal filial relationship to God of all the children of men is prophetic and characteristic of what was and is best and most vital in Judaism Therefore the broadest humanitarian in Israel finds in that faith today in an age of cosmopolitan breadth his highest ideals expressed and vivified masbttu at flIt fnlitttal fcljttie By PROF FRANK PARSONS President or National Public Ownenhlp Lcilut In the broad sense a political machine is simply a political organiza tion so perfect as to resemble a machine in its effectiveness If the purpose is bad the re suits will be evil in proportion to the power of the organization In a narrower sense a political machine is a combination of politicians to keep themselves and their party in power The semblance to a machine in this case is not only in the effectiveness of the organization but also in the lack of Intelligent discretion that characterizes its action The tendency of the political machine to degenerate into this low fonn has proved so strong that the narrower sense of the tern has practically swallowed up the other and in common talk the words carry a flavor of reproach Perhaps it would be well to keep this phrase for political organizations that have gone to seed organizations that have become rigid mere engines of war to capture and Keep the offices for a party or ring The sooner such machines are smashed the better The introduction of such machinery is of no benefit to civilization but a grievous injury The rising tide of independent thought and action that is sweeping over the country demolishing boss and ring and partisan governments in Philadelphia New York and other cities will carry the old machines far out to sea and bury them miles deep where some future investigator may find them and describe them as fossil relics ofa barbarous age But it must be remembered that organization means power and those who stand for justice and right must avail themselves of it as wellas those who stand for graft or partisanship The machine is an excellent thing rightly used It means efficient civic education of the people and splendid awakening of civic enthusiasm But it must not be allowed to usurp the throne and compel men to serve it simply to keep the machine and its owners in office There must be independent thought and independent machinery enough to defeat any machine that lends itself to ignoble purposes On such conditions the political machine is likely to stay but the day of its Domination regardless of the justice of its cause is drawing to a close with the growing enlightenment and developing conscience of the people A FINE FIREWOOD BOX Raw to Make This Article nnd Direc tions for Padding and Decorating It It is not a difficult matter to mako many useful objects that will bo very acceptable as presents and for those who would like a suggestion an idea is illustrated here that any smart boy could follow The design for a firewood box may ap pear a difficult matter to make but It is in reality quite a simple affair to con struct and decorate as shown In the A Fl WOOD BOX drawing and is not beyond the ability of any smart boy to make Of tongued and grooved boards make a box 36 Inches long 16 Inches wide and 18 Inches high with the bottom fastened three inches above the lower edge of the sides and ends A cover should be made to extend over the ends and front threequarters of an Inch and at tho rear edge It is to be attached to the box with two strong shectlron ocbrass hinges With a compasssaw cut the bottom of the front and ends as shown and then treat the wood to several good coats of paint or varnish after which the four corners can be bound with thin sheet Iron and large ovalheaded up holsterers tacks driven two Inches apart Sheet lead can be substituted for the Iron At the top sides and ends panels may be formed of figured up holstery goods or leather and to give them the padded effect they may be lined with curled hair a few layers of cotton batting or some fine excelsior To finish the edges nicely leather or mohair gimp should be caught down with large head ed tacks and they may be placed an even distance apart as shown In the il lustrationA In the box will make it a convenient receptacle for both coal and wood for an open or grate fire ATTRACTIVE WINDOWBOX How to Make A Strong Frame and to Line It Properly and Decorate Pleasingly There are many ways to make window boxes but for a simple and Inex pensive one the illustration aflonto a gOOc1I1atIOD Obtain some boards six inches wide and threequarters or seveneighths of an Inch In thickneM planed on both sides Of them construct a box from six to eight Inches wide six Inches high and long enough to fill the window sill It may rest on The corners and bottoms roust be securely fastened with screws and the in side of tho box can be lined with zinc to protect tho wood from moisture In the earth It contains as otherwise the dampness would cause the board to t A WINDOW DOX swell and warp so as to spring the box loose at the joints The outside and top edges of the box can be painted a light pleasing shade and two or three coats will be sufficient to give It a good ape pearance The Inside should be coated with black asphaltum varnish that forms a waterproof coating and It moisture should come In contact with tho wood it will not be as liable to warp as if ordinary thin paint was applied The design on the front of the box Is to be outlined with ovalbeaded brass upholsterers tacks onequarter or threeeighths of an Inch In diameter When the last coat of paint Is thor oughly dry the tacks can be driven on the surface and to arrange them In an even and uniform manner a line describing the design should be followed On a piece of thin brown paper tbo size of the box front draw with a soft lead pencil the Illustrated design and oln the paper to the front of the box A PILLOW FOR BABY Made of Fine White Linen Edged with Hemstitched Ruffle and with Embroidered Letter A pretty pillow for a babys carriage to made of floe white linen the initial PILLOW FOR BABY letter D embroidered in white linen floss and a hemstitched rune put around the edge Whisk Broom Holder A clever woman has put her knowl edge of basketry to good account in the fashioning ot a whiskbroom holder This consists of two disks of basketwork similar to those used for the bottom of a fancy basket and caught together at the sides by large fluffy bows of threeInch satin ribbon the color being a delicate pink In bar mony with her room furnishings A band of ribbon of narrow width but matching la tone Is used to suspend tbo holder SOME DOLL FURNITURE Explicit Directions for Making an EJI cellent Gift for Any Dell Lov tae Little OtiS Come along boys and girls Leta play carpenter shop rho things we make may be useful as Christmas presents for our brothers and sisters and friends First we will hunt up the tool chest and obtain a hammer a plane a saw a bitstock or brace a boring bit one quarter Inch another bit sevensix teenths Inch In diameter and a gimlet Nuw that we have the tools wo will continue our search until we find two empty soap boxes and If we do not suc ceed in finding them at home our friend the grocer will give them to us Mamma will tell us where tbo bottle of fish glue or stratlna IB and after we have placed all these things together we shall put on our hats and walk around to the hardware shop where we must purchase 18 No 4 and 18 No1 dowels which will cost ua 25 or 30 cents These dowels you see are fine round sticks of wood one yard long the No 7 TUB FURNITURE being exactly sevensixteenths and the No 4 one quarter Inch In dlara cter so that tbey will fill in the holes wi are to bore with the two bits which wt selected from the tool chest a HttU while ago We may begin by knocking oft the sides of the soap boxes with the ham mer but be careful not to break the end plwe all they are tho boards we shall use fur they are thicker than pertslbrthewill now put one toy to work with the plane to dress down these four end piece to five eighths of an Inch thleknes When the first ono is done give It to one of the girls who may tftv a circle on It nine Inches in diameter for we are nping to make the work basket Illttttrated In sketch No 1 Drive a tack In the board aad with a piece of string attached you will fled 11 a very simple job Here Is wine work for another girl One of the boys may plane off one ot the side boards of n box and on that you may mark out the top rail of the work basket using a tack and a piece of string Mark four pieces as shown In the diagram below each one an Inch more than a quarter of the circle to that after tbey have been sawed out they can be joined together with fish glue and tacks as shown In the sectional view within the circle You may next saw out the bottom board which has been marked and then bore 28 holes with the smaller bit In the bot tom board and 28 In the rim or top rail boring them somewhat slantingly uthe top rail In one Inchgreater In dlau eter than the bottom board All we need do now children is to saw some of tht No 4 dowels Into 28 pleas each five Inches long and Insert them Into the holes we have bored and after we ua that the whole fits together apply the stratlna and glue the basket together We will commence our next undertak ing by sawing out the chair seats and table top with the following sites Size of small chair seat sketch No 2 Six inches In front Five and a half inches in back Six and a half Inches In depth Size of armchair and rocker seats sketches Nos 3 and U Seven Inches In front Six and a half Inches In back Seven Inches in depth Size of table top sketch No C EIGht by eight Inches For the above chair seats and table top as well as for the bed rails we must use the thicker end piece boards which have bun planed for us For the chair back posts arms and legs the No 7 dowels the No 7 dowels also being tied for the table legs We can make all the stretchers and spindles out of the No 4 dowels Where the No 4s connect the No 7 dowels the holes In the thicker ones can be made with the gimlet end the ends of the thinner ones should bo whittled to a smaller diameter so that they can be easily glued In- Here are the sizes for the chair and table legs and the chair back posts Length of chair legs four Inches Length of chair back posts six Inches Length of table legs eight Inches Tho sizes of the stretchers and spindles are apparent you see as soon as we have fitted In the legs and back posts and I am sure that you can finish the chairs and table without any more help so I shall give you the sizes of the bedstead pieces and let you complete the work yourselves Length of bed upright posts nine InchesLength of bed head and toot cross pieces eight Inches Length of bed side rails 14 Inches I advlso you to buy a small can of en amel or ready mixed oil paint and a brush and finish tho article as they ItleflI RUMS GRAVEYARD What the Man Buries Who Indulges In Strong Drink A Sad Flctuie Once moro we take up the subject that is tho most Important of all to mllllonn ot human Wing And WR urge you lo ales this plcturn and thlN teditorial and your own ilronger personal argument with young mm that may bo in danger with older men and women that need to bo helped o light tho greatest curse This Is a picture that will appeal lo the Imagination of children and to llio experience of the old A few things mak Ufa worth white Among thorn frlimdshlp ambition nwiKCl honesty All of than and many others are put away In tho graves that are awl by drink Flrkt goon ambition Tho grnv ambition lit big and It Is flltal orItho men that began to drink with Idea that a little would not hurt them only to find out that tho little of the beginning means iloantotlon In the end Tho work done by alcohol in this km man mind is done Insidiously with an Intelligence devilish In IU out ning Ambition Is killed In men by drink because the foundation of ambition Is modesty dlssstlifpetlon with our selves Drink makes men egotistical It MIL GUU NKAIU AM KSHAVK lime them with Itll ipi rotal They PUT ibf molve when theyalould ultimo themselves1rlok kllltMl moro ambition than all otbt r forctw In life put together And drink kills fri 4thlp- OM Uy ene friends are driven fern I the uses that pot Ms Qwn selfish ap petite ahead of duly sad etaHoitmr iE fonsUvratlon II Drink makes men vMent ono day tearfully repentant the next rtajr antl both days tho Orlnkur to unmllnl Krlcndshlp I A taunt npfln apprllttAIlion of itianllnoM upon the senso ftC iI equality between men a Drink destroys rquilrty It tJIR ft Ji man down sod It dra m hint away from his friends I Drink destroys ambition and friend ship It kills and burins love aatT happy family life Drink destroys respect for It kills that by which respect was created Drink destroys the drinkers self respect ihue1tISmen less fortunate brothers A druukanl struggles and drives over and over to save blm rtoI- UO the self that Is slipping away from trimxOut eventually selfreipect la hurled also In the graveyard ot drink and principlehonestycan tm found In a grave nearby- A mans conscience attack ant wor rice him even In the last stages of V drinking Others forgive him again j and again but In his good lnomll1tlIhe dove not forgive hlnuclf- He hales himself his self respect goes If ho last long enough and sinks low enough principle and honesty go ss well Slope of course Ile In tho grave yard of drink Its death is ilow for alcohol decclvns tho man that It le doestraying and It deceives him with E hope llopn and health end together at last anti they am burled aid added to the list of graves It Is hArd to cure the man upon whom drink has fastened Its hold Of such men a great majority want to do better lint drink lint cunningly destroyed thin will first of all And while the drunkard wuttls to do what you tell him he wants a thousand times inure till drink that ho craves It Is hard lu reform I man far down HID hill Out It la not hard to fill with hatred and fear of drink ho young that am still tree from It or thojo that are only beginning Make clear to the young men and especially to children lira road that leads to this graveyard Lot then know that the road Is a steep hill that gets steeper and steeper as It goes downAt the fop you can slop in safety and look into the dark graveyard at the foot A few stops down and you can still turn around but It soon becomes to- olateN Y American i THEJFOR CHRISTMAS ByAST JOHN ADCOCK HE bells were not coins to be rung that Christ mal Bargle tho sexton had Bald so I dont have DO strangers tlnklln wi soy bells Mr Edwards be protested Vie rung em over CO ytar an if I aint ekal to It this Christmas why let em do without for once thata all Seems a pity though Dargle dont you think The vicar apoko per euoslvely lie wa young and dlffldcnt glt now tQ perjdate and tho sexton a erotchely and oplnlonated The last vicar bad slipped Into an easy habit of deterring to his long expe rience dnd this bad mado him arro cant It U a One old custom Oar lIeTheren be the chimes at the par ish church over tho hill yonder liar Bio Interrupted testily they sound here In the village qulto plain an folks must make the best o that an thankfulThere a dent of grumbling about It In tbo village Uarcle knew that and took a morbid prldo In feeling that he was having his own way People were hinting that his ailments were Imaginary that his rheumatism was merely another name for his crabbed perversity and an excuse fer his Increasing Indolence As be sat smoking and ruminating bis thoughts traveled along that U0c WHAT ATIB IOU DOINO HERE TOINO 3iA87LltS a road to the church and back Into blither old Chrlstmoses whnn he had tolled robustly with his assistant algb up In the crazy tower and they had kept the three bells swinging and pealing joyously from eight oclock till midnight with short rests between whiles and one long rut when steam- Ing hot coffee and toast had been car ried up the narrow steep stain to them by a homely cheery little woman who was his wife and a merry eyed winsome maid who wa their daughter Alice But that had happened for tbe last fI me how mtny Cbrlitmasea ago Why already eight winters bad snowed over tbat mound In the churchyard And this was the fourth year since Alice had deserted him In his loneliness and he had set himself to tercet her He bad not forgotten yet though aor forgiven her In defiance of his Imperative be bests she had married tbe necrdo weel son of a tradesman In the town yonder and they bad gone away to London She had written to him thrice t but he burned her fret letter and returned the others unopened and If F tie bad not forgotten her her BUBBO i was never on his lips At length a few months ago the village heard that her husband wu dead She bad written to a neighbor saying she and her baby were deal lute and begging that she would In tercede and ask ber father to forgive ber and let ber come home But Barcle Mindful of his dignity burdened himself and resenting this Intercession us an Impertinence curt ly advised tbe peacemaker not to meddle In his business again hot words fused between them and she flung to alt In such a whirl of Indignation tbat a fcer reply to Alice apparently scared the girl from attempting any further overture Absorbed as he was In these regret ful reveries a sudden sound broke In glancingWer be had been asleep But nolas he listened breathless deepclangNo wind was stirring and be bad the key of the belfry yetIt was nit trick of his Imagination for after a tense interval another dull clang echoed down the night and presently another like the booming of a funeral knellWith a chill creeping up his spine the gray gnarled old man recalled a legend that the belfry was haunted by the ghost of a man who bad wronged a friend and In a fit of remorse bad rung himself from the tower on some forgotten Christmas Barglo bad known folks who ipoke to hearing the bell toll mysteriously on Christmas eves before he was born but ho bad not hit believed them and bad never beard It himself until now That was It sounding again He was no coward nor superstitious and a swift Irretlltlble Impulse seized I 551 flroTa him to fatten this at happening lila very excitement braced him an d put new strength Into his limbs II lighted a lantern and helping hie halting steps with a stout stick made for tbe village and waked up the youth who assisted blm In his duties Dolt bear you bell Amos ke called Quaverlngly Ey Mr Bargle and Bargle WAi relieved to have his bearing thus corroborated Who be It pop there I wonnertPut coat OB smartly lad I goln to see Silent and quaking with cold 01 nervousness they moved noiselessly over the muffling snow turned the wall of the churchyard and Bargli grimly leading filed 1n through the creaking lycb gate The narrow path between the graves brought them to tbe porch and here Barcle who entered first stopped fumbling for his keys and suddenly held tbo lantern lower with a husky cry of alarm In the glimmering light pf the Ian tern a woman lay huddled close to the church door with a child rolled In a shawl and clasped tightly In her arms Alice faltered tbe old manAllce He flung himself on his knees be side her crying out clasping her cold hands and appealing wildly and helplessly to those who were with blm foi she lay as still and unresponsive u If she were dead They took the child which woke and whimpered and dispatched Amos with It to the nearest cottage Tell em to light a fire said one of the men an get you on lad an get the doctor there against wo come Then the two lifted the woman between them and the old man trem ulously distractedly leading with the lantern carried ber with what speed they could In tbe direction tbat Amos kid taken And every minute still the bell re- Iterated Us heavy monotonous clang though for the nonce they had al most ceased to bo aware of It Bargli bad become Indifferent to It altogeth er and only gradually awoke to II again as be sat holding his daughters band watching the life rekindle In bei eyes and listening to her feeblo whis perings It is a long way from tbo station abe was telling him satisfied with the forgiveness she could read In hit every tone and look and when I got as far as the church I was to tired and faint and 1 fancied about that time tonight you would be there Ic tbe belfry so I went to the church but tbe door was locked and Bargle turned to a touch on hit shoulder The vicar Is waiting with several others In tbe next room said the doctor They want the key of the belfry but I think you had better ee with themyou are talking to my pa tient more than Is good for her Come Bargle hesitated a moment tbet stooped to kits the pale face on tbi pillow and submissively obeyed Up the steep narrow stone stairway of the belfry tower up and up ant up they clattered one after the other till at last they streamed In across the hollowrounding floor of the belfry and there through the ceiling the three ropes dangled In tbe shadowy emptiness moved by no vlslbli agency and yet even as the palpitat ing little group paused the Iron clang boomed again close above them Some ones up In the bell chamber said Bargle dubiously By right of his office and of his familiarity with the place Barglt mounted first With his lantern the others trailing up after him In I twinkling he had Jerked the trapdoor open and stepping Into the bell chamber peered eagerly around and was startled by a vision of two white- faces gazing from tbe shadow of one of tbe bells Why he ejaculated what art you doing here young masters For bo recognized them Instantly at tbe Squires two sons down at Perl dale for a holiday Tbey came forward shivering but evidently bent on showing that they were unperturbed Its all right Bangle cried the older of them you have been a long time coming But why are you here James Inquired the vicar reprovingly 0 wo nipped out after wed gone up to bed air said the boy and came to ring the bells But Vie got the keys muttered Bargle We crawled through the belfry windowThere was no need to come so high M this though No It was too early to begin when wo got here so we came up to see what It was like In here and all fn a Jiffy the trapdoor slammed down and the candle blew out and wed left the matches below We couldnt feel where tbe trap was In the dark but we found one of the bells lIe faltered ahuddeilng reminiscently but added forcing a laugh Its your fault really Bnrglo If you badnl said you wouldnt ring the bellsnc bells at Christmas never heard ol such a thingiwe shouldnt have comeIt you hadnt come young masters Bargle stopped as If his word choked him He thought of the whiteface be had left lying on tho pillow and could not believe It war by mete accident or by human hands only that the warning bell had summoned him there In time Amos ho cried sharply motion downJada larUu raeas CHARACTER OF THE MESSIAH Sunday School Leases lot ee2419OS Crecl il Prepared lor Tht Paper LESSON TEXTItalah H Memor verse 6- GOLDEN TBXTThou lhall tell ills name Jesus for Ile Khun save Ills people from their stnsMatt lZl TIMEThe prophet lialati spoke the words of this prophecy during the retetl III Ahez the father of Hetekish U C JJ4 lcILACEAt Jerusalem the home of the prophet Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 Nevertheless or But Hav Ing tried to depict the spiritual dark nets of idolatry 82022 the prophet turns with this word to present a contrast We will bent understand It from the revised version rendering tofthe time referred to Afflicted brought Into contempt etc The thought of the old rendering seems to be that tile ravages of the enemy grew ever worse and worse but the revision rendering turns the thought to the time when what was once contemptible shall bo made glorious Zcbulun Naphlnll The names of tho tribes to whom the northern section ot the land had been unsigned are given to Indicate what was later known as Up per and Lower Oalllcc It was In this very region upon which thn darkness first settled that the light first shone for Jesus was reared In Ualllcc and there wrought his first miracle and there did his most successful work Hy the way of the soar Probably the region along tho west side of the Sea of Galilee Is meant V 2 People that walked In duke ness People of Judab Darkness Is an expressive term for evil of every sort for sin beclouds tho mind and blinds the heart Walked Were living Have seen a great light The prophetic future Is used tho prophet speaking as If what he foretold wen already accomplished There Is uo human soul so dark from Ignorance or tin but the light of Jesus can penetrate Us gloom Shadow of death The shadow of moral and spiritual death as well as national disintegra tion retted upon Israel at this time V 3 Multlplcil the nation This cannot refer to any remarkable In crease In Judahs population but rath er turns our attention to the tact that the Kingdom of God once represented by the Jewish people alone now lu eludes men of every race Moreover Christianity tends to longevity The next clause Is best In revised vorolon Thou has increased their joy The people shall have Increased comfort and prosperity V Broken the rake The yoke Is a common figure of subjection As Goo released his people from the yoke their oppressors at times put upon them so Christ releases his redeemed ones from captivity to Satan Staff of his shoulder The part of the yoke which rested OD the shoulders On each end of this a heavy load hung The taxation levied by a conqueror was often thought of as a yoke Rod of the oppressor It was not uncommon for captives to be beaten with heavy goads t V 6 Read In the revised version Armor garments blood All the horrors commonly seen In war Shall be for burning They shall be utterly destroyed because war shall cease V 6 Unto us For our benefit A child Is born The great Deliver er will come to earth as a babe born of a human mother A ton Is given lie Is none other than the Son of God given to us not only for the few short years he walked on earth but a God with us to be our personal Friend and Helper today Government shoulder One In authority carried his keys of office suspended over his shoulder Jesus shall be King of men Name What he Is in person and character Is revealed in the following words It was customary with oriental kings to attach to their names a long list of laudatory epithets But whtii one strives to tell the glories of Jesus words can but feebly enumerate them Wonderful Jesus Is wonderful In Jill nature in His words and works and most wonderful In His boundlest love Counsellor lie stands ready to use Ills perfect wisdom In our be half counseling us what steps to take Tho mighty God Ho does not cease to bo God by becoming man but will ever be the equal of the Father Ever lasting Father V 7 Increase no sad Christs kingdom goes on Increasing In numbers pownr influence and blessed ness One day He will reign supreme In all hearts The throne of David Jesus was born by lineal descent of the family of David The promises to David are fulfilled In Him Order It Manage wisely rule It With Judg ment and justice King Jesus will render just decisions For ever ills kingdom will never end The zeal ol the Lord That mixture of hot honor and affection to which jealousy In lit good sense comes near- Practical Points VI The blind walk In darkness al midday so many walk In spiritual darknes 1 John 1 7 V 2 The crowning evidence of Gods love Is Its revelation to our hearts through Jesus Christ 2 Cor t C V 4 Satans yoke Is broken from the shoulders of all who call upon Christ for deliverance Horn C ItV U We may turn to Christ foi counsel about the least os well as the most Important stepsCo 2 8 V C Christ made peace proclaimed peace brings peace bestows peace that paesetb all understanding Epn 2 it TRAINING DAIRYMAIDS School for the Education of Womea Has Been Founded In Ncrwriy evRrythingbut Norway has gone us one better In that line and has founded a school for dairymaids Information concern lag this novel form of Instruction Is furnished by United States Consul ilasmugca of Stavangcr He says that there has been considerable Improvement along agricultural lines in his consular district lately and dairying In particular has received much attention The society for tho promotion of Norge vel Norways weal has during the year established schools whose aim will be to train young girls from the rural districts In tho care of the cow and other domestic animals The length of each courses six months commencing October It eacb year Tho Instruction will be mainly prac tical and taught in such a manner that pupils under the guidance and super vision of the Instructor or Instructress each by turn will feed and tend the entire stock of cattle sheep swine and poultry In addition to feeding tend- Ing and other work pertaining to cleanliness of the anmals In their re spective quarters the pupils are Ac quired to perform the dairying scrubbing and cleaning of milk vessels and once a week weigh the feed and milk and keep a record thereof The course also Includes reading and writing together with Instruction from modern textbooks concerning the care of live stock Including feedng and dairying In order to be eligible to enter these schools pupils must have attained tho ager of 17 years have had some previ ous experience In dairying be of good health and possess good moral charac ter for all of which a certificate must accompany applications for admission Board and tuition are free This report of Consul Rasrauaen bears strong evidence that the prac tical almost scientific development of the Danish dairy industry and the very large amount of money received annually by Denmark from its sales of butter to England mainly are having their effect on the neighboring Scam navian countries where the dairy con ditions are about the same as In Den mark Although the conditions as applied to girls and women revealed In Consul Ttasmusens report are Inapplicable In a large measure to the United States It Is well that American farmers should know the extreme efforts put forth In European countries for tho exploitation of their dairy industries for their products will compete with our products In foreign markets and we can only hope to win our share of those markets In the face of such acute competition by overcoming their extreme labor applications to the pro ductlon of butter In the main by su perior intelligence and more effective appliancesThe efforts of the Scandi navian dairy Interests are chiefly toward the output of butter for the British market and the results fully justify their efforts Czars Lordly Chef The chef of the czar of Russia Is by tradition and position a gentleman and hu ttte right of wearing a sword The present holder of the office Is an Alsatian named Krantz who fought In the French army In the FrancoGerman war and won distinction Ills pay and per quisites amount It Is said to nearly 35000 a year All In a Name VlfeThe young lady who lives in the next Oat told me today that she Is practicing Wagners Simple Life Husband Well i hope It Is simple Then the wont have to practice It four hours every night as she docs his Tannhaueer N Y Times Trances Waterways France has 8045 miles of canals and 4KC5 of rivers improved for purposes of navigation The government has ex pended on these waterways about 500 000000 since the var with Germany MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dec 11 ATTLECommon 3175 t 3 U Heavy steers 4 CO q 4 S- 5lOOBCholce packers E 06 M B l1S Mixed packer SW U 605- AIAKSExtra T 100 Mixed packers 495 6 5 00 BHKRiKxtra B 00 LAMIiaKxtra 7 40 8 7 fe- FLOURSpring Vltellt G II 40 red 111I 63 8- 6CORxNo J mixed SD 4I OATSNo t mixed ti 35 RYENo s TO 6 71 IIAYCIiolc timothy JJ3 1350 JOltII leer Mess tfl4l10 LARDSteam 735 t7 e5 BITTBKCliolee dairy qe 15 Choice creamery O JU- APPLKBCholce 875 4 Z5 POTATOESPer barrel S 25 ft I W TOBACCON 500 613 M- Old 460 On 75 CHICAGO FLOtmWlnter patent BIO 6 S M- WHKATNo 2 red W 56 No 1 red S2 t1I 7- COKNNo 2 mixed W Uli OATSNo S mixed W 20H RYENO i o 66 IOIlKMeM liftS 0- 5UAIlDSteam 7 W U1 7 65 NEW YORK FlOtmWlnter straits Jf5 u 4 1- 0IVHKATNo I red O WT- irOKNNo 2 mixed ft U OATSNo 2 mixed 37 W ST- HUYEWMtern ionicMfss 1500 feisrs UAKUSteam 7 SVitf 7 SO BALTIMORE IVHKATNo 2 red G M OHNNo 2 mixed 4 JW W rATTfB8leera 4 00 O 4 W- tlOasDretsed tf1 e W LOUISVILLE IVHEATNo 2 red Hi 92 OMNNo2 mixed tj M JATSNo 2 mixed 35 fif 36 ORivMcss tJl G- ONARDStenm S W- INDIAKAPOL1S LV ii BATNO 2 red o ss 4 ORNNo 2 mixed F 44 OATSNo 2 mlr d 0 S2 is RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phoae 188 Richmond Ky I CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS eCMGe1+o+o+o +oo+oo+o+o +o +o+o+oo+o+o +d+o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o t THE fIsItIt will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can supply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS I New Florence Drop TorBall BearingGOODof25 J30 and SW tOO and b65 c 0 ORTJTOHER EVANS i 1tCarriage Satisfaction Here than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rock boltom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond KT 1010101014111111 Fancy Roller Port Gras Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Fleer will be hard to Mat PRIDE OF MADISON to awther Excelkii FUw t aeldaeti4Ni WWMa IMIea ICy 1 RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Solnf North Train 4 Dally Leave a a m Arrive a m Arr a m Solnf North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 pm Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m doing South Train 3 Bally Leave plR Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Colnt South W Train I laity Leave am Arrive Knoxville 700 a n EQUIPMENT TralEi nnrabrn 2 and S carry En Set filler fir loll teaches between CiocliBtU and KnoltllUln both Jlrtclloot Trains num ben 1 and 4 Imas TMUb1 sleaplag rar sad eGee1 between Claclunail and Till In both dlreilma u u W H MOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Tlmo tabtIsgeetaprlla1505EAST 01 No S Ho t- Vmatllti IOl LID ISOp m 1100 718 Valley VIew 1124 1M Richmond cc 1163 110 Richmond IT 1101 p m S 30 a a mint 103 730 BuUJme tooarI Jg Itallyvm Jet 100 1020 WEST BOUND No2 N04 No 1- Veruillca r63 I m t25S37 p NlohoUitlll e5 ValltrVlcir 625 20S Richmond IT 00 135 toItTlnBcolrjTllle RarBeilljtllle Jet 230 1030 No 2 and 61 and S mate close connection at NlcholatTlIU to and from LeimftOQ and Chef Ditl rod at Versailles to and from le Iud LoultTllle No6 connects at ButtyTlllt luucllon for JacVion For any runner Informa tion addrtu say local agent orb K SMITH 0 VmalllugI7 Buggies Phaetons i Runabouts Surries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyftnisbgiveNo repaint KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C Madison County Roller Mills Manufacturers Potts Duerson LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Bores146 m- Anivefichmond415 Paril628YeCiccipnU750 Pari380 erel11 r1217 Call at T J Moberleya aadHe th4 Net line o- fCOLLAR TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you seed for the hone Call and get price they will Induce you to buy T JMOBERLEYI- Ucbmod Kentucky y Md PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky iL rs yl JJ T T Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1- i The reputation of w L DonjUs shoes for style comfort and weir Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to glvo teller satisfaction than ether nukes because the standard has always ken placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere 5 We carry a full line and can insure a perfect I fit f inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY tI I I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I oft I 1 Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I 1 I I I 1 I I rr The Conversation Club to moot at the home of Dr Cornolius has hem J from Friday evening Due 22nd to Fridayevening Doc 20th The topic for discussion will bo- Is the revival of civic righteousness spasmodic or the result of the general quickening of the public conscience 1 The Baron Printing and Publish ing Company hns organizedwith WI H Porter as President S E I Jr as VicePresident E T Fish as t i Secretary and Josiah Bur utto as t i Treasurer The Company will pub j fish a newspaper The Boron News nail will do a general printing busi ness The News will be edited by t Mr M L Spink will bo non political and will be devotod to thee building up of the general business interests of Berea Wo welcome Mr Spiuk to the triumphs sutteesi failures joys and sorrows of an editors life and will be dullghted to share with him the obituary poetry of the vicinity The note Company will occupy the building now rented by Mr Harley Racer as a barbers f shop and in addition will have the rear of the store occupied by Mrs IFish F Burnam State Senator from Richmond is montioned as the probable candidate for the Republi can legislative caucus nomination for United States Senator Courier JourttgfDied Thursday Dec 14 Forest d the liltlo fiveyear old son of Mr and Mrs Pleas Evans after nine days of 1 severe suffering from a fall Burial in the Berea Cemetary The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all who know then Mr R G Ramsey of Elat Rivor Mo is visiting friends and relatives in Berea Mr Ramsey pdid a visit to the Citizen office and told of the mining interests in the great state whore he now makes his home Rev William Davidson of Mount Victory Ky preached two very interesting discourses at the Congregational church Sunday He also preached Monday night but the small attendance discouraged any further1 effort Mr Davidson is picturesque and for fulspeukerand is well worth a hearing Such a man cannot afford to spend much time with an unaj preciative people Next week we will give some account of Mount Victory Industrial and Bible School with which ho is connected Editor Campbell of tIre Somerset Journal gives the following recipe for killing town Oppose improve ments trade elsewhere ask two prices for your property dont subscribe for your home paper but borrow it crit icise everything you are not interested I InIRev Mr Thomsop will preach a Christmas sermon on Sundaymorn ing at the Parrish House and will also preach there at night as it being vacation there will bo no College chapel at the Tabernacle r Mr Tupj er will preach at thoc Congregational church next Sunday morningJack and family have read I California whore he writes he te pleuBRutly located veryI Dr Boggs has gone to Florid wi hie mother for the winter He expect to return in April Mrs Tupper left this week forI Kansas where she will visit for i month Mr her to CtnolunotiIMr and Mrs James Kinnard frog Omaha Neb are visiting Mr and Mrs G A Kinnard and Dr Davie Stone Crossings are being laid at the Citizen corner While we do not consider it nil for our benefit we are grateful just the same One of the boys says that a mAnI in Knox county raised H pumpkin that weighed SO pounds and that tIle vine upon which the pumpkin grew pore 1200 pounds of puihpkins in all Next Mr Cassius VanWinklo of McKee culled at the Citizen oilicc Weieeday to express his material satisfaction with the paper He says two nun houses aro going up in McKee- A valuable horse belonging to Mr Andy Smith who lived on Center street dropped dead while goingup the hill beyond Mr Volohs store Wednesdaymorning The Law and Order Guarantee Fund is growing every day Thu Womens Christian Temperance Union voted Thursday to pledge 50 toward it The sun is shiningafter nearly a week of cloudy and liverI one looks happy There seems plenty of money in circulation the I stores are doing a good business and Christmas cheor is ou every face Let us remember the follow who is down with a hand shake at boat Mr Josiah Bur ette is improving tho ho is not yet out of the house The Union church Sunday School will give a Christmas Cantata on Monday night at the Pafrfah House The Conversation Club will bo postponed one weok It meets with Rev and Mrs Stout The Baptist Sunday School will celebrate Christmas Saturday night with appropriate exorcistSITho Colored Sunday School will have a Christmas Tree at the colored school building Saturday at 2 p in The Editor will speak at Christmas celebration at Bobtowu Monday evening at 2 oclock Got your Christmas candies at Porter Drug Co lSalesman Wanted Wanted If you are a highclans salesman and capable of handling a highclass proposition with large remunerations exclusive territory address Room 215 A Fraternityj Bldg Paducah Ky l +rlHtHttFHttttMttt j College Items l I IHfRE AND THERE t MH1+I I 1 HHHM 1 H HH t The schools olosud VedneKdny rort i two weeks vacation lho wiufor I t rni will open Jnmmry I HHH- YlYMtditit I trod null Mr Hi hvI Ifft fur CiiioiuuHti Tuesday llIornillgII nh business The work of the ins 1llul ion of tho iif w electric light plant in IIIiishid with vignr A uunilxi of the Unities of tho iiiifli n ninth workers will lit opei W illled Hofiul duringI the hollIIRsIIA shuleatsnd tenchariliIP Hiy 111 IIIiare Miss s Cameron Ylcb Horn Scliiiiimker linyim nl Straight Livelihood Clark an+Campbell Rlull Mewr Hubbell Yurtlien COrlltliutlI Lynch Gerdes and Intut Miss Winifred Campbell tread of the piano department will visit rob tires lUll I friends in Tahnnge JIthis hug tho holklaya I Mist Dodge and Foim sill go to Tahnage O for the holkloys 11i18 Dodge will not be able to return 01 ftcvuitut of her health I Mteee Boatrighl SyuJherd Bml iyeler will tgiaud their holiday vaon ion at Hilkboro 0 Miss Winifred Jttiot will spent tllp holidays in CinoiuunU 0 I Miss Codilingtou will sp md herI hristmns vacation with her mothsr nd brother at Kontioke Vn I Miss Welchs HhetortoalCJaMgav I 1 program at the Thbimol last IValuesdnyevening Spwnos from the Merchant of Venice jwwe antelc out in costume trltainmont5ohool next Sunday nftoBKKMi whtol vill be in charge of Mr lludstou I The teaching force oho Collegi i rill bo larger by three this wintor han it bas ever been b6foro- Pruaident Frost huts gone to Cin J liiiuati to read a proof of the eoiniti e idition of the QIlrtljl I wlSluI to the holktasIIThe College is puroIwaiNK newt data for practice in tine Counenra Try Professor Iligby Isis gone to iaetHMti to selflt tt For the pro it will be luItteaL in thus new Lapel H Miss Anna AVoIoott of CUxolaw- lto raoeuUy died in that city left 1b Llllt College a bentinat ot SOOU nether bequest of 10000 has boo tt8tlJ left to the College by Mrs 080 W Colbiira of RuMon Moil like were long time friends of the nstiUition llnnrhtth llrjUHt WaMlintu roalkreaCatarly RrpuhnpeIMerNMra Hetirietta Dryant Worthaji VMK hoc at Princeton III May 6 1871 I IInd died at her home in Barm Ky- lrc 0 1006 aged thirtyfour yuan AIIlI seven monliM liar early life wa pent at home receiving hint Hluou 1011 in Priuet+ ton with the exception of two years spent at Mo hanioA Institute Rochester N V hate she graduated in a ooanv of Domestic Science in June 1102 This ollowing year she taught cooking in Den College Berea Ky She leas uarried at the home of bet parents Tr and Mrs Arthur Brraut Doo 20 lOOt to Mr Arthur S Wortheu of iVeat I tetiou N U Never wry robust in enstltuUon yet shun possessed a cheurfti sums liepositioM that her to all riUt whom situ oamo in oontnflt Sho liued tutu Princeton Proabytorlnn huroh at the of seventeen and has lived a happy Christian life Hw lible was her deity companion dgd he loved it dearly and tried to l te teaching No one but those who am near and dear to liar amen know tho nulling void her dgnlh putts left clho diad a Hwoelul uuppy death riHtlng in her Savior She eaves to tnoutu kei1oea a ho- Jon1 husband pRronta brolhora tfts t rHiuul liosUot friends Slit thought and her friends all feel that ovary bing human love andskill could do waM done to prolong her lifts She ran perfectly reconciled to go if that ias the will of her JI1IIIS heron riends proved loyal and trueby pray ir symputhy love and atteiutibnsof very kind furiiinhiug many bonuliful lural tributes und sparing noHhur In bor time nor nxpeuoe to pieta their rii ad p- BriefI limit impressive fuuuml Bar 1iOO8 were held nt Parish house Be rou Ky conducte by Hev Thomson and President Frost of Bursa Cole ltoge after which thin remains wore ought to Princeton for Interment iCoompunled by her husband sister idbrotherin law Thu final services fore hold at tho retmloneo of hair par enla Due 0 1005 oondiictod by Kov H M Morkley While all that Is mor talliell buried in beautiful Oakland re fuel uwurod that hor pure spirit is randerlug among the green pastures and beside tho still waters Kentucky State New BOTHEfltNO ELECTION OFFICERS I ChargeI Another Man Indicted on That at LoulvllleIItxMildvlle Ky tan coiiHty Miller on the churn of having pre vented Jose A SIMXH antI W FLIPS AI etePtUm nfllren trim llsrharsl heir duties November 7 Iatnrfm Lennhmnu llent IWwnnl 11II r irnon and UJward Tatham IIccud if lnc lon law violation were d- nlerl William Iavlt amt Robert ok I Indicted pletdMl not guilty or linvlnK Ititvrffvrml whir nn election onl eer Hnch Rave hull John L Coch nn and Prank Johnson under Indlet mAitt for election taw violations Callt appear nml bnoh warrant W6fO ss wl fur horn Prank lUre Indict d tot barltiK 1olteO tbe aooUon aw did ont appear In court and awlt burl ot TOO was declared ror relted THE MILITARY SCHOOL t It Temperarlly Moved From Kentucky To Florida Louisville Ky flee JOOn the Irat of tint new year the KenUicV Hllltary will trove holly but only pwporaHly from l yndon seven tnllt atlas trout kern to Ifaitgatlle Kit where It will be located for thrt nwntlis The sieving of the loMltutk U rertainly a antque dopartui from all known ruts amid IK due irimarlly U Is saw to the desire of tM head of teecbttol Col C W Fuw sr to itva the tuda vita a full tulMlai raining which has not boon IXlsM4ble his 8 aagn on account of the auce ruin weather flaring January February and Marrh there hi always 10 ixrwmi qr rain aail pow all of whlnh VOMM still further hMHlteap the InIU ute MOSES FELTNER in Trial the Second Time For the Murder of Jesse FleldL Irvine Ky DM N Tbe oaao or lows U IVHiMr nharRed with kllllRit iwwe HleMt In UreaUilU county ftfJ mn ano and welch was brwig i ere trout tint county on a ohaazo or ewe wee culled In the oirenit court The day was eowmmed In fteleotlnK a miry IIda la the second trial of th aM At the INt trial Keltaer wa rntmwml lo servo seven rears In tb woltentlary Prtlaer Is represents iy J It Irtanfonl White and Cope or rrlntt emits Attorney JowMt of Vli heeler The eato will cou umo tile sire week The Infant Heir Wins ParIL Ky DM 118The Rot8tl fall wW CMW Ii Ha earned trial tJte lloyrhpCl efrark tOIIft bMnata- t a merit IR ATW of the latent btJtr r the 1BBsnl marrlsce Mary Dliitn Wan who haJ bees Mt off with tl Te Infant ROW five jeers 0112 1e S la for thor eqttal share In ejj i valued at tM i Working on Nls Message neotcIltl0 the 1 I em mocb of It but will net mmptet 1 for sevral dnya The message will be a bag one amid win cover tho round thoroughly Hotel Property fought Imxltsgtna Ky Ute OA com- WIny reeenrly fonneil In this oily com seil of Judo Watts Parker Jtcd1t J n Morton and Qeorxe C Web aRYe niirnhased the Weedier hotel In Iarls Ky and they Win remodel tho sure Imlldlnp Will Degln Newspaper Work Henderaon Ky Dw lOChart E- Sale who has served for two terms Ia HperlBteHdeat of the Hondersoo ooui ty schools will when ba goes out or ome on January 1 take the posltlo or city auditor of the Henderson Evei IDg Journal The Distillers Win Frankfort Ky Jfoc CThe atate oan of valuation and asseMinoat do ckhd to reduce the aasessmont of 110 per barrel on whisky that they made otne days ago to J8 per barrel theme that ban been In force for iei eral years Struck and Killed By a Train Dover Ky Dec pOTony Lang wa tnlok and Instantly Ulllcd by an extrA- Inlln running as second No 3 Ho WI employee as A C Ir 0 traoluna aud was cn a4ng tho bridge over Leol amok on a railway voloclpede Fell From a Passenger Train Henderson Ky Dec 2OWa1tet- Wrlghl 21 qf this county met death an time Indiana side of the river nea its city by fnlllnj from a paetonge huln Utll right hand was cut off and Uo back of his Lend crushed Poultry Show Ope nil IState Ky Deo 20the Stat oHliry ussootatlon opened Its iinnim poultry show here with ovor 100 rOWIR on exhibition It Is claimed to- tlu the biggest poultry show ever boh III Kentucky Fatal Stroke of Paralysis Owlngpvillo Ky Dee 20Mrs Ann rilsnn aged 88 died at her home nea town following a stroke of paralynl lIer Interment took place at the Ow gsvlllo cemetery Several children survIve BIg Hemp Buyer Dead Ianca ter KyM Dec 20H A Jarkabury one of the largest hem- Ind wheat buyers In Central Kill lucky died hero GIFTS FORE- VERYBODY Vo believe we have enough presents in our store to fill all thu trees in the country We bclievo that nowhere can you find as large an assortment or ns diversified n collection The things we have arc from all over the world The Old World and tho Now World North South Eastnnd West haveicontributed to this vast array there are presents for everybody r Boys arum holey lots of ill kind bake of ttovcl and adveuture Inh Mtnt big til- lleI that bum iteery buys mail fantlfJ wth rn tx supplied frm thus urge collection Girls noel ntih e t a h d amatl weak Il aI a byclillTof pal s oJ ether naJlyIIttland Uelllr el tteenl Candy for their stack inns Iltbteia iny ithere rlrlhkc Cttmeind we GrownUps Wf am plr Hf the heart of the older I folks as welt In this Note are many- nke prtxtiti for ratsIsaid Mamma Brothrr and M malt we ennt begin te taunt them nut a4y U to curve lull lINk oulldIThis Is The Toy Store Every toy you cnn think of is here Noisy toys and toys that are dumb showy toys and ugly toys things that run engines and automobiles and flying machines everything you i ever thought of or over will think of Lots of them sec them TEe Porter Drug CoIIi u coRrouTDDl Necessitym M iand feel comfortable bettermingroom and Parlor Furnitura Bed i room Suites Desks Carpets Window lttSbadoe Pictures otc Ii R LOUIS O LESTER Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave l Phone 93 at The Little Pour American Fence 4 ft high 28 cents per Rod 500 Locust Posts 15 cents each Peerless WashingMachine 275 Building Paper 40centsr per Roll A P SETTLE Jr 1 00000000000000000000000000-o 0 1 XMAS hii i j 0 IStI o HERE f 0s oi And it is time for Everybody i i to buy Xmas presents You i 0 cannot finda better and o cheaper place than o w I The New Cash Store i RHODUS GREEN PROPS I 0808000o0000080000ooaooi000 0808 WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM 1Ffthy and Pointed Paragraph a of Recent Interesting t tt Happenings Io EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doing of the Government Of i t flctols Crime and Casualties and Other Notes of Gen eral Interest News From Congress Among the bills Introduced In the lifliiiio on tho 15th were tho following To ojwlst slatns In enforcing anticl I nuctlo laws to create a national mil trnry park commission to tako the ilnco of various commissions now in control of military parks restoring tho Kilo of matt beverages and llghl wines to soldiers on army transport And In post exchanges under regula trans prescribed by tho secretary of wir Inking aU tax from distilled splr Ito rendered unfit for drinking pur posea and to be used In manufacturing industries placing wino on the free ti L alno reducing the duty on agrlcul turn Implements 50 cents On line 14th the senate discussed ton Panama canal emergency appro IfiaUon bill The following measures were Introduced providing for an amendment tp the consU uUon glint to rongren the power to establish unl form jiinrrlBEo and divorce laws to re duco the tariff of the United States by providing that there shall be levied uiKta nil articles from foreign countries a rate equal to throefourths of the present schedule In tho house the fol- tnlyJaYbill ads Introduced To cut dwrf the representation ot southern HUtrs in congress because of tho dli fntnohUemcnt of toe nejro vote The but reduces the entire number of rep MntaUvos from 3SC to 351 On the Ittn the house devoted four sad throoquarter hour to lively debate on the possibilities of controlling inimrHnco companies Tho Panamn atml wits again under consideration ljr the senate Mr Tlllman occupied tho c futlve Vine given to that sub jtvt HP did not Indicate any Intent InB of OppoMng the passage of tho MHmntrtftOon bin but ho criticized the initihoiU ot UM canal commission iu truny of Its transactions Miscellaneous Items Oforg AV Perkins resigned as first t lie i nMldeot and chairman of the na oamndtiea of tho New York 1 rroiffiifranWCo WsuceeeJed as viro iiNMident lIT Alexander IOrrjMwMpnt of the Nw York City Rapid TriuM rv sad as chairman of the ltnnntivcomraluee by John Claflin hctvlofknc H O Ctafllln Co Tp tiWue of the Mutual Life In utirnur Co etecte4 Charles A Peat ud1 tit succeed Klofaard A MoCurdy IIlIpnldnt Bf that company at 50 flOG a year Mr McCardys salary WM W60Q09feafftfe the togfftaUve Investigating NtMHUn tr chapter was addod rh the QhronjtUp of what Thomas F 1nysa tttatuous Interviews ilm eif and E H Harriman Ic eubI nee Mr Harritnan testlflejl I that wb T Mr Ryun bought the Hyde sack carrying control ot the Equita blu vcVty b4 asked Mr Harriman to eorwrate with him In saving the properly that Mr Harriman agreed tn do It if oaUtfiwl that Mr Ryan was artiBK from pure and unselfish mo tivos that Mr Ryan did not satisfy him nit to the purity ot bin motives a Ml that Mr Harriman notified him t hat IIP Would UN his Influence against c him A member ot the lire insurance In YttUlptUng committee suggests a site pin and Uniform policy for all com Dances doing business in the state and that the Investments of the companlrs should be mulcted so that there can he no UM of funds for tho profit of any individual officer or stockholders Also i hat the companies should bo com ilUM h1 haw to make dividends an nanny or every five years so as to tovcnt tho accumulation ot vast sur uustHi add that the amount ot preml i ms an ml as the salaries ot officers MhonVt bc fixed by a state law Ma Inn of every kind it was an ioitnred would bo Xampcu out of the ittViil academy reKnnllnss ot tho nura lIr nt dlitnlssaU from the brigade of midshipmen nocesaary to bring about this teault ly i Gov Chamberlain will appoint a 1 Iniusl auitttf senator to succeed tho Into John II Mltcholl and It Is cor 1tatn that the appointee will bo John Dearin of Portland Ore t TIPI will be no war between IiIrancc and Venezuela PresIdentCas 1tro his recently adopted lino of roniHMatlng tho nations of tho a onrtli baa withdrawn his objectionable lanRuiso used in refusing to deal with chargt rAtealres TalPtoy regarding tho affairs of the French Cable Co 411tH city schools at Dunkirk N Y closed owing to the spread of 7 scrp1tru spinal meningitis among the children Fives cases are under treat men J Wesley Jones founder and head af the volunteer life saving corps died at hu homo In Brooklyn Col Jones OCTUM throughout Ute cull war on thu staff of Gun George D McClellan Fit its tho womens department of Uio county JI at Montgomery Ala carne near reaultlng in tho death of rtiauy prisoners Henrietta Howard charged with murdering her husband was fatally burned 1 1 The haws Is confirmed that a prorl tonal government has been eat up at Livonia and that many ot the troop have gone over to the Insurrectionists Dvlna fort commanding Riga harbor Is In their possession and the govern or and other Russian officials are prls oners The messengers add that the provisional government exorcises au thority throughout Livonia and part ot Cotirland The new government lallA declared the separation ot the Llthu ulan people from tho Russian empire i According to reports from Tsnrsko Solo tho reactionary camarilla headed by aim Count Alexie IgenaUoff and M Btoschlnsky formed to effect the downfall of Count Wltto and to crest a dictatorship has tailed and his ma esty U standing firmly by tho premier Formal announcement wax made by the President and Mrs Roosevelt ot the engagement of their daughter Alice Lee Roosevelt to Nlcholai Longworth representative In congress from the First district of Ohio one or tho Cincinnati districts The wedding will take place In February Congressman Nicholas Longworth it receiving the congratulations of Me friends on tho announcement of hU engagement to Miss Alice Roosevelt Tho date fixed for tho wedding is Pot ruarythe middle or probably 14th 01 15th ot the month or she may choose her birthday which occurs In Pot ruary as hoc wedding day Four school children were drowns while skating on Kellogg pond it Amsterdam N Y The Chicago Employers association at a meeting formulated plans for the ostablkhmcnt of a standing army of laborers both skilled and unskilled and representing oery branch ot trade to be prepared to go to any clt In the United States to fill the place of strikers when necessary The New York court of appeals In the petition of Wm R Hearst to open the ballot boxes and recount the votj In the last election decided that the boxes could not be reopened This will probably result In a victory for McClellan for mayor ot New York city Equity proceedings to prevent the proposed merger of the Western Lifo and Indemnity and the Security and Annuity Co both of which have agen cles In Philadelphia were Instituted Ic Ute United States circuit court by stockholders of the Security Co The senate committee on commerce took up the shipping bill of the merchant marine commission and after considering it ordered that it be fa vorably reported to tho senate Representatives Sulzor introduced a resolution to save Old Ironsides which requests the president to prevent the destruction of the frigate and to rec ommcnd measures for preserving what remains ot the historic craft Oily free delivery has been extended during the your to 44 now post offices as against 69 new free delivery office established In 1904 The gross receipt ot free delivery offices during the year had Increased 8 per cent and the coat only 2 per cent There was a reduc lion In the total number of offices re suiting mainly from tho discontinuance of 3402 fourth class offices during the year by reason of the establish ment ot rural free delivery The Rockefeller Morgan and Ryan interests are now declared to have secured a firm hold on the New York wife and Mutual which wltn Ryana control of the Equitable makes a great combination controlling nearly a bil lion dollars Two firemen were killed and four hurt by a falling wall while fighting a fire at the Park Manufacturing Cos plant near Evanston III Indications are that there will be no strike In the anthracite coal folds thU winter The committee on scales named at the session of tho ruins workers convonUon reported They tccommonded that a committee com posed of officers and executive boards of the three districts In tho coal fields be authorized to confer with the mine operators and formulate an agreement to govern wages hours of labor and conditions of employment such agreement to be effective April 1 1906 Tho Illinois supreme court affirmed the verdict of the lower court which condemned Johann Hotjh to death for the murdor of his wlfo Mrs Marie Wolcker Hooh and tho ditto of tho ex ecution line been sot for February 23 Robbers who held up the North Coast limited at HlllUde siding at Yakima Canyon 11 miles north of Yadlma Wash secured only a small amount of money Medical Inspector David O Lewis fleet surgeon of the United States squadron wlfo arrived nt Honolulu on the cruiser Chicago dlod of apoplexy Estimates made by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor based on the returns for ten months ended with October are that the aggregate commerce between tho United States and tho Phil ipplno Islands for the calendar year 1905 will amount to about 20000000- A gold cross set with rubles and suspended on a gold chain was cut from the vestments ot Rev Charles H Col ton bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese ot Buffalo while he was at tending the dedication of St Nicholas Greek Catholic church The crow was valued at more than 1000 It eems to be beyond question that bloody collisions have occurred be tween tho troops and the united peasantry and workmen In the streets of Riga during which machine guns were used Tha outbreak of the mutinous spirit In tho Russian Manchurian army is partly attributable to tho failure to ray and properly feed the troops Former Circuit Judge Horatio D Wood aged 65 dropped dead from apoplexy at his residence In St Louis Judge Wood left tho bench last January after having served a term and resumed his law practice III L I 1 I Indictments ware returned In Judja Betheas court Chicago by tho federal grand Jury against John N Fait horn president of the Chicago Terml nal railway and Fred A Wann vice president of tile Pee Marquetto and the Chicago Alton railways charg- Ing them with paying rebates amount tag to 20000 on shipments over the Chicago Alton railway Fourteen indictments wore returned by tho federal grand Jury at Kansas City for violation of the Elkins rail way law In the matter of giving and receiving or conspiring to got rebates on freight shipments It U announced that John Mitchell president ot the United Mine Workers of America would arrlvo In New York with the expectation of holding a con bronco with tho coal presidents in that city Under the auspices of the Actors National Protective union It was art counced that a union of grand opera singers Including both men and Women has been formed in New York with 182 members German warships will be sent to Riga unless reassuring reports are re celved shortly The German consul at Riga telegraphed a few days ago demanding the Immediate dispatch of warships as he was unable to gnat antes the safety of thousands of Gee man subjects Two men entered the State bank at Colby WIs and walking up to the counter shovel two revolvers in tin face of Ronald Johnson the assistant cashier and told him they would tako 5000 Johnston replied he did not have that amount but would give then 4500 Tho robbers said that would do but be quick about It In the arrest for conspiracy of Noyea J Weeks who poses as a physician and gives electric treatment in Pull man the Evanston 111 police believe they have found a man who will rival Hoch la the number of his marriages Miss Della Mills who the police say Is a confederate of Weeks was also arrestedOrrIn Rugg who was murdered at Calumet O T several months ago and for whoso murder by poison his wife II now held under 5090 bond Is said to have been a first cousin ot Gov Herrick of Ohio who will send an attorney to assist In the prosecu ion Alleging an Infringements by exceed ing tho rights of American fishermen In Canadian waters Canadian author ties seized the Gloucester fishlns schooner Tattler- A dispatch from Villafranche says that King Leopold of Belgium has been paying court to Bareness Vaughan n beautiful young widow and that he In tends to marry her soon The marriage of the Infanta Maria Teresa second sister of King Alfonso to Prince Ferdinand of Bavaria has been officially fixed tor January 12 Five men were killed by an explo sion at the Dupont Cos dynamite works About 1400 pounds of nitroglycerin exploded in the mixing house of the companys factory which h three miles distant from Marquette Mich The news from Moscow is very bad Open mutiny has broken out In the Grenadier and other regiments The announcement was made that with the close of the year the Balti more Ohio railroad will cease to Is sue passes and reduced rate transpor tatlons of all sorts except to officers and employes of tho B O and con necting lines While on her way to her old home at Jaeger W Va Mrs L R Chris tlan of Tacoma Wash gave birth ton child In a train wreck She was on a Wisconsin Central train near Chip pews Falls WIs Prof S Stanhope Orris professor emeritus of Princeton university and one of the foremost scholars in the United States died at Harrisburg Pa otparalysisThe family of Peter Martell 3 a blacksmith was burned to death by a lire which destroyed tho Martell home in Rcdland Falls Minn There ic a rumor afloat among the midshipmen that when tho congres slonal investigation of hazing com mences all the upper classmen will Join In an acknowledgment that they have taken part In hazing and In a sense defy the investigators Although formal announcement has pot yet boon made reliable informa ion is at hand that young Arnold Law son oldest son ot Thomas W Lawson the financier Is engaged to marry Mrs Luck Mitchell of New York August Taft are Austrian dwarf from the village of Duccnrl went back to Iris native land at the order of Immi gration Commissioner Wntchhorn on board the Patricia This la the second time In his 21 years that the little man has tried to limo to America He is only 4 feet 3 Inches high Dr Nathan Bozeman 81 Now York a surgeon well known in this country and Europe died after a weeks Ill ness following a stroke of apoplexy Attorney Ed Warts counsel for Capt Taggart declared that Congress man Smyser attorney for Mrs Tag gart has asked the war department to have the captain courtmartialed At Corpus Christi Tex George W Tally watt found gutty of murder and his punishment assessed at seven years fn the penitentiary The crime was committed 27 years ago Business failures in the United States for tho week ending December 14 number 216 against 203 in the pre vlous week 239 In tho like week of 1901 and 239 in 1903 Chairman Payne of the ways and means committee presented In the house a Joint resolution providing for tho holiday recess It proposes ad journment of both houses from Decem ber 21 to January 4 s o BLAZE IN A THEATER Four Persons Dead and Dozen hail Narrow Escapes Three of the Victims Were Suffocated A Heroic Merchant Succeeded In Saving Several of the Inmates- at His Own Peril Lorain O Dec 18Four lives woro lost In a fire which destroyed the Vor bock theater here early Sunday morn ing The dead James Dwyor 28 Mrs William Marsh 24 and two children The Marsh family had apartments In the front of the building William Marsh was stage manager of the the stet Dwyer another employe of the theater slept In the basement where the fire originated from which escape was cut off Mrs Marsh and her children were suffocated by the smoke which poured up the narrow stairway The loss on the theater which was comparatively a new one Is 35000 The loss on the entire building Is 50 000 The theater was owned by tha Verbeck Amusement Co of 011 City PaThe Marsh family came here from Detroit about four weeks ago A dozen people living In the building had narrow escapes from being suffocated The fire department did not have a ladder sufficiently long to reach tha windows where the Imprisoned persons were and William Schultz a merchant climbed to the top of the lad der raised and held a second ladder to the window where the frantic men and women were waiting for help They climbed down the Improvised escape and Schultz stood In his peril ous position for 30 minutes while the descent of the tenants were made over biz body Eight persons were rescued in this manner The bodies of Mrs Marsh and her baby were not found until Sunday uft ernoon Dwyers body was also fount Sunday afternoon THE WHITE TERROR Belleved To Have Returned and Rus sla Is Convulsed With Horror rSt Petersburg Dec 181 shudder of horrbr has convulsed Russia Th government claims it has given bath only to the red revolutionists but the populace generally believes tha the wino terror has returned AI ready the leaders of the proletariat organls who escaped capture Sat urday night at the Economic society and of the rank of Prof Mllukoff are In hiding from the polio who ate hunting them down Th government evidently anticipates a battle royal and has made its dIsposi- tions accordingly It fully under stands that the proletariat will glv blow for blow In answer to the whole sale arrests The workmens council and the League of Leagues Saturday night Issued a declaration of a general strike to begin immediately Count Wittes life Is considered to be In danger and the annex of tho palace where be is residing is heavily guardedSt Dec lSA report that Cotint Wltto has resigned is In circulation but it is false It may however become true at any moment as Gen Count Aloxls Ignatleff U be- Ing hold In reserve PRdPHET DOWIE IS ILL He Unreservedly Transfers All Authority To a Trlumverate Chicago Dec 18John Alexander Dowlc head of the Christian Catholic church has liven up his rule and will soon one of the islands of the Caribbean Sea there to remain until the spring with the hope of re- gaIning his health Announcement of the abdication of the leader of ZIon City was made nt ZIon City by Overseer John C Spelcher President now lo made It known bat he would trans for all authority over the church unreservedly to a triumvirate and leave for the south as soon as he could arrange lids affairs and at Sundays meeting of his followers formal an nouncement was mado that the control of the church had been placed In the hands of Overseer Speicher Judge- D V Barnes and Deacon Alex Granger An Infernal Machine Paris Dec ISAn Infernal machlno was found on the train on which Pres dent Loubet was proceedlng from Marly with a shooting party H con sisted of a preserve can cylindrical in shape with a time fuse attached which apparently had gone out Sixth Battery Light Artillery Ft Worth Tex Dec lBThe Sixth battery United States light artillery marching overland from Ft Rile tot Sam Houston arrived here It leaves for San Antonio where Ft Sam Houston is located All the men dra- In good shape Prominent Surgeon Dead Philadelphia Deci1Da W S Forbes professor of anatomy i1 r iln leal surgery at Jefferson medical col Jose died at his homo here of angina pectoris lie had been ill but a short true Pr Forbes was born in Fal mouth Vu Italian Cabinet Resigns Rome Dec 18The cabinet of Prime Minister Portia resigned follow Ing a 12 hour debate In the chamber of deputies and the defeat of the oppo sition of the commercial modus vl vendl wlthjJpaln i M4 I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS TO FURNISH NEW STATEHOUSE The Legislature Will Be Asked To Furnish the Money Frankfort Ky Dec 10The com mlsatonora for the new statehouse held a long conference with Architect Frank M Andrews and discussed the question of asking for present legisla ture for a sufficient appropriation to furnish and Itt up the new building which will be finished before the legislature of 1908 meets Andrews will make a detailed report to tho govern or In aTew days showing just how much money has been spent and how much will be needed after the build Ing proper Is completed to furnish It with heating odd lighting plants car pets desks steel vaults and other necessary things The governor will probably mako some recommendation about it In his message- SUPERINTENDENT KILLED Eight Tons of Coal Fell on the Unfortunate Man Central City Ky Doc 16 Jaipcr Ward aged 25 assistant yard superin tendent at night In the I C R R Cos yard at this place while standing on the edge of the tender preparatory to coaling the engine holding to the chain that released tho chute door of the tipple of the Central Coal and Iron Co lost Lila footing and fell into the tender Falling to let go of the chain his fall opened the door of the tipple and eight tons of coal were thrown upon him The engineer and fireman of the engine quickly removed the coal but he was dead when they reached him FOR THE MURDER OF TEAGUE His Former Wife and Two Brothers Were Sentenced Henderson Kyi Dec 16rs Em ma Roach was given 21 years In the penitentiary by a Jury at DIxon Webster county for tho murder of her for mer husband Gholten Tcague Rich ard and Robert Crenshaw were given 11 years on the same charge Teague had been divorced from his wife and she married a man named Roach She went to Providence last July and at tempted to take her child from Teague He remonstrated with her and she shot and killed him it is alleged Mayor Vetoed the Measure ML Sterling Ky Dec 1C Mayor C H Bryan vetoed the ordinance granting franchise to Younger Alex ander and others for use of streets of ML Sterling for an electric railway The mayor gives as his reason that the law prohibits a member of the council from being Interested in the franchise A New Mining Company Henderson Ky Dec HTho In terstate Mining Co was organized hero with a capital of 200000 The company Is composed of Henderson and SL Louis capitalists for the pur pose of opening and developing the lead zinc and fluor spar lands in liar din county Illinois Two Women Poisoned Newport Ky Dec 15lr8 Albert Brltz 432 Chestnut street ate some sausage and as a consequence had a close call for her life owing to pto- maIne poisoning Mrs Anna King of Brighton street was stricken In the same manner and the same doctor ad ministered the same relief Shot Seven Times Harrodsburg Ky Dec HW P Rubel a prominent cattleman of Central Kentucky was shot seven times by Clay Dunn aged 23 In front of the Rubel home just across the line In Garrard county Ilubol died later They had had some trouble of a do medic nature Lost His Life on a Bridge Mlddlosboro Ky Dec 15D Craw ford an employe on the farm of John Hurst was run over and Instantly kill til by an L N freight train on the Tannery bridge near this city Nol fewer than four men have met a simi lar fate on this bridge in tho last year President Newman Resigns Louisville Ky Dec 16W II Cowman president of the board of commissioners of the Central Insane asylum has forwarded his resignation to Gov Beckham It Is to be Immediately effective Mr Nowman gives press of business as the cause for his actionFor Larger Appropriations Frankfort Ky Dec 15The state advisory board for the commissioner of agriculture met here It waa do tided to urge a bill before tho legisla ture for an Increase In the annual appropriation for the agricultural depart ment from 13000 to 25000 Riddled With Blrdshot Lancaster Ky Dec 16H Clay Dunn of this city and William Rubel rf Lower Garrard engaged in an altercation at ML Hebron and Dunn dill charged a load of birdshot at his ad versary a number taking effect In Rubels body Little Girl Burned To Death Upton Ky Dec 16The fouryear rid daughter of T Hodges was found In flames by her mother as she returned to the room The fire was quick ly extinguished but tho child died within a few hours +aawr rrrw MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME Bronze Statue Will Be Erected To the Author of the Song Louisville Ky loc HA llfetro bronze statue of Stephen Collins Foster author of My Old Kentucky Home to be paid for by the school children or Kentucky and which wilt bo modeled by Miss Enid Yandell will be unveiled here during Kentucky Homecoming Week June 1317 190G It will later be placed In the sate capitol at Frankfort When Mr Poster wrote the song ho was visiting Col John Rowan at Federal Hill near Bardstown Mrs Madge Rowan Frost a relative of Col Rowan has several pictures of Mr Foster descriptions ot his clothes and other data of interest and she has promised to furnish them to Miss Yandell Mr Brown is anx ious to secure all the sketches of the author possible The work will costIabout COOO I SEIZED WHISKY Fourteen Thousand Gallons Confiscat ed By Revenue Officers Mlddlosboro Ky Dec Hone ot the largest raids ever made by rove nue officers in Kentucky was made here by five deputy collectors and marshals The distillery of the MId dlosboro Distilling Co and 14000 gal Ions of whisky which had not had the prescribed tax upon it paid were confiscated i by tho officers The govern t ment gauger Carter Smith was asa t jIngFormer Banker Convicted of Involun ritary Manslaughter Paducah ICy Dec 15A verdict ot 11 Involuntary manslaughter was return ed against H H Loving charged with the murder of II A Rose Lovinga punishment was fixed at five years In the penitentiary The case went to l the Jury Wednesday night but no bat 41 r lot was taken until Thursday morning A motion for a new trial was made t1 I Loving was formerly a banker and ia wealthy S j Cantrlll on the Bench Frankfort Ky Dec HJudge Jas f E CaatrilU of Georgetown who has been prevented by Illness from sitting on tho court of appeals bench this year arrived in Frankfort and will begin his official labors at once Ho Is Improved well in health but not entirely 1 Stole His Gold Watch Mt Sterling Ky Dec HFinley E Fogs one of Kentuckys representa Lives Investigating the New York Life Insurance Co was robbed of hIs fine gold watch in the lobby of the Hoff man house The timepiece was not recovered Aged Farmer Dead r Richmond Ky Dec 15Dase C Hacliott aged about 85 years one ot the most prominent and wealthy farm ers of this county died at his late s 1 home near Whitehall He was a bach elor and leaves an estate valued at over 100000 Henderson Grocers Bankrupt Henderson Ky Dec 15 Schlagh k Anders grocers have filed their pe tition in bankruptcy The joint and Individual assets approximate 14000 tad the joint and Individual liabilities secured and unsecured approximate it 18000 lMire Aimless Sold Lexington Ky Dec 16T B ones of the Caveland stud has pur chased tho noted slx year aid bay maro l Aimless by Imp Florist dam Julie Magee by Springbok and she will be etlred to the stud- Y Home For Consumptives Louisville Ky Dec 16The Ken ucky Home association to build in saver a 100000 resort for Kentucky + consumptives has bten Incorporated r In Denver Among the incorporatqrs 4 ire Judge Sterling B Tonoy formerly of Louisville Met Death Under Wheels ML Vernon Ky Dec 1GJohn Mayraes a 15yearold boy while attempting to board a freight train at Wild Ie this county fell under the wheels and was Instantly killed Ha and his brother were engaged in the Wlldle quarries Will Ship To New Orleans Louisville Ky Dec 15 William hllllps trainer for Fred Cook hasvecelved Instructions to ship English Lad and other good ones of the Cook thing to City Park track at New Or sans W E Watts will ship 14 head to New Orleans on January 1 3 Asks For a Divorce Louisville Ky Dec IGMrs Jou ett Lee Otter filed suit against her usband Robert Wortham Otter ask ng for divorce custody of their three earold daughter Linda Lee Otter and suitable maintenance for herself and child Ground To Pieces Richmond Ky Dec 16AI Wlldle a small station on the Louisville Jashvllle south of here John Man er15 attempted to board a tastmovtIng freight Ho fell under rho wheels tis- roi il 11111111 I I I I 111 n I 11111111 I I I I 1 I II 1111111111111111 Eastern Kentucky News Ho oorrMponteuc potilithed emus signed ta UU kr UM writer The acme It not for publication but ai an widens of good faith Write pUlalr I LULLLL II I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I 1 I 1 I I MADISON COUNTY HICKUHY PLAIN Dec 1Forest Evans the little son of Pleas Evans died Wednesday December 18 and was buried Thurs day in Boren cemetery He leaves four brothors and two sisters beside his to mourn his loss They have the heartfelt sympathy of the communityA box supper was held ut Hickory Plain Thursday night of last week for the benefit of Pilot Knob church Mr and Mrs Joe Maupin were the guests of Mr Bill Davis and familyof Silver Creek TuesdayA Christmas tree will IK hold at Kingston Christmas evening Misses Bertha and Murtio Johnson spent over Saturday with relatives near Wallacetou Miss Ida Maupin spent last week with her sister Mrs Ponder in Garrard county Miss Lizzie Maupin is spending this week with relatives at Whites Station A box supper was held at Mote Thursday night for the benefit of a Christmas tree to be held there Miss Maggie Adams is visitinfiher sister Mrs Walter Station PKYTONTOWN Our closing school evorcise will convene at the Peytontown church Saturdaynight Dec 23 Come one and all After the exercises a repast will be served to strengthen you on your return home IIAllTS Dec 17Rev TA Kitchen held service at J F McQueens Sunday There will he meeting the fifth Sun day there alsoF B Dowden and Wm B Lake attended church at Berea Sunday Mrs Hnllio Malicote visited her sister Mrs Fanny Hart last weekElmer Lewis of Berea paid Mrs R L Richardson a visit recently Minnie Waddle attended H box supper at Davis Branch Sat urday nightMr R L Richardson is erecting a new house Mrs J M Baker visited Mrs John Davis on Thursday The school at this place will close the 22d i ItUKVPIIK Dec 18Mr Dan Hudson and Ion Roy made a business trip to Richmond FridayMorton of Jack son county has been visiting his brotherinlaw Jim Morris Bob I Hudson and family were the guests of John Powell Sunday Rev James I Parsons preached interesting sermon at the Baptist church Saturday and f SundayLewis Sandlin and wife of Kingston visited W P Sandlin and f family SundayBradley Gabbard of McKee stayed over night with U Kenoth Hundley and family Sunday night Horace Cox of Needmore attended church here Sunday George Young and family were the 1 guests of their daughter Mrs May ti C Lain Sunday Misses Bertha and Nina Ogg of Needmore were the guests of their aunt Mrs Bettie Hudson I WAIIAUKTON Dec 17Doid McCollum has sold his farm to James Brewer for 700 and gives possession first of j the yoarJack Kidd and wife are rejoicingover the arrival of a girl at- their home some few days ago School here will close Friday December 22with an exhibition Newton Ogg is clerking in Will Oggs store here now Henry Lawson who was operated on for appendicitis at Chicago Ill has returned home He is slowly improvingG B Gab bardattended regular past meeting ut Berea SaturdayLeslie Bowlen and family who have been in Mans field 111 for the post eight months returned Thursday Rev Thomas Smith filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Rev Murill preached Sunday night ftOCKCASTLECOUHTYUUXI Dec 181Ve are having very nice weather at this writingTheo young folks in this neighborhood are fixing for a box supper at the Gap school house Tuesday night Rev J W Lambert and Mrs J B Coyle went to Conway Monday on business Miss Amanda West who spent last week with her aunt Mrs Etta Lam bert has returned homeC C Drew will carry the mail from Boone to Climax this winterL H Lambert and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Sam McClure of Snider Switch Mrs Mattie Coyle and Mrs Daisy Lambert wont to Berea lust week Mrs Carrie Woodall who has been very sick in ablo to be out again ItOCKFOItll Dec ISMiss E E Lake visited F M Todd Sunday evening Mr H E Bullen was at Rockford Saturday on businessMiss Myrtle M Lin villa visited her cousin Miss Bertha Rick Saturday nightMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited Mr and SundayMissesBessie y II llhh I I I Buelah Years Saturday nightMissIi Minnie Waddle was Monday on business GARRARD COUNTY fVUTKIWVllIK Dec 1SThe successful farmers are just about done gathering corn never better in this cropsIWhatArnold bought a bunch of fine shunts of R C Boain last week at 450 per hundred Tobacco stripping is now the business of some of the farmers A fine time while the weather remains damp Mrs U C Boain wont to Paint Lick Saturday shopping Mrs Jasper Howlett also went to Paint Lick last Thurs atIMrsvisited her cousin Miss Pearl Boain last Saturday night and attended services at Carters Chapel Sunday Mrs Joe Wylie has named her little girl Ethel FrancesMrs Jane Allen who has been sick is able to be out againMrs Geo Allen went to Lancaster last Monday to have some dental work doneThe trial between Charley Rogers and Elias Smith was decided last Monday at Lancaster Mr Rogers did not get any damage moneyJack Stornes is through gathering up turkeys He says he did well in the turkey trade this earMiss Dora Boain of Woodview is planning to enter school for the winter term at Berea Miss Boain is a fine girl The writer wishes her much success in her school workEvery family should take the Citizen JACKSON COUNTY DOUUIK UCK Dee 15The farmers are all about done gathering corn andare now preparing their winters wood and getting ready for Christmas There is as much again corn in this locality as there was last year There are prosperous times in the moun tains to what they have been for the lust few years and the people are reoI oiotug over itProduce has been bringing a good price among our Merchants but it is off a little now- corn is only worth two dollars per barretPrayer meeting is being regularly held every Wednesday night at Pine Grove schoolhouso and there is a brood attendance and good behaviorWalter Martin and John Martin have sold out and are going- to move to Texas the first of the year They are good citizens and the country will miss them But we hope they will have success Mrs Henry Martin who has been sick for a good while is not getting much better The merchants on Horse Lick and on the old State road have fought out the egg battle and eggs are ofT now There is as heavy a sleet on the timber today as the people eve- rHawJool Lakes Sr has been very bad off with a sore finger but i- sbetterEd Durham of Sand Gap visited the prayer meeting last Wed nesdaynight and returned to his father and mother by sun up next noruing Tie and spoke making is now all the go in this locality James Rose is talking of closing out his goods business by the first of March and going to Louisville to go into the saloon business rUN AND HUHINKkS I May Want It Want ter buy a dog No Im about to get married and Better buy him After yer married erll want something ter kick occa sionallyJudgeFor Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a full line of uptodate Goods An honest election law is a law that protects a Democrat in every right that a Republican has and that protects a Republican in every right that a Democrat has and it may be added that this is not the sort of election law that we have in Kentucky Maysville Lodger NoticeStudents and others needing their clothes cleaned pressedor otherwise attended to can have same applyingtoany evening after 0 oclock NererCloee to Her Ive always heard the maiden said miserlyBut been So very close to meJudge BOARDEBS WANTEDLodgings 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 r I Burning spring Double Distr let Berea College has purchased nut put in good repair the Lorrimo Baptist College building at Burning Springs The object is not to make a so called college at all but to give at example to the people of Clay and surrounding counties of what can be done in a combined district school where good teachers and methods are employed There are two districts combined at Burning Springs and this gives a large enough number of children BO that theycan be taught by two teacners one for the advan ced and one for the less advanced Every one can see that this is a great advantage for both the younger and the older pupils Moreover this is now equipped as a school ought to be It has charts maps globes kintergarten material good blackboards and a little library of 400 volumes It has also a study room with books and pictures where students may work quietly and pleas antly and not only for study but for reading some of the best mngaziuen and newspapers 1 During the summer and fall the school has been exceedingly prosper ous under the management oft Prof Amon Brock a graduate of tlie nor mal department of Berea College and Miss Emma J Haageu who his been- a teacher in the Model Schools at Berea and is a graduate of two first class training schools in Pennsylvania There has been a good Sunday School and the Debating Society has awakened great interest The Public school closes the last week in December On January 8th a subscription school of three months will be opened This will afford a rare opportunity to the people of Burning Springs to secure the best advantages for their Children The fee will be 1 per month for each pupil to be paid strictly in advance No money will be returned in case of absence or withdrawal before end of the month Considering the large expense which Berea College has made in repairing buildings and in securing superior teachers for this model school it is becoming for the citizens of Burning Springs and vicinity to come forward at this time and support the school heartily It is very important that every pupil should be on hand the first day The idea of this an a model school- is that the younger children in the common branches should receive bettor instruction than has been common in this region The teach ers will not expend any of their time or energy on Latin or other advanced branches People who wish studies beyond the common school branches should go to Berea where theycan study to lest advantage but those who are interested in having the younger children get their rights should support the school at Burning Springs And it will be well worthwhile for every teacher every school trustee and in fact every parent in Clay County to visit the turning Springs school the yarning winter A number of persons living several miles from Burning Springs are pro posing to group together and furnish teams so that their children may go to this superior school returning to their homes at night Burning Springs with its famous gas wells telephone station doctors offices and central location is one of the most interesting nooks in eastern Kentucky Lazy Liver Suffering the misery and agony that come from liver being tryingtolief that you win be- aU right in a or twoare you deliberately neglecting the outragedfature 10 of bellev Ing that you dont need medicine If you are the sooner you commence tho ascot Dr Caldwellstar It Syrup Pepsin the better It will be for you You cant afford to fool with your liver and certainly cant afford to be without this great remedy if your liver Is out of order Dont delay Both and your liver will be better livers than ever- DLCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if It does nbt benefit you I Your poital card rcqneit will briar br nhanlI arall our new booklet DR CALDWKLIS Boot OP WONDERS aod frto larnpl la more wbo have never Wed this womUrtrf nsedr Send today PEPSIN IYRUP CO- Maausello IlltaeU For Sale by S E WELCH Jr MRIA KY FLED FROM RUSSIA American Jockey J Co Mitchell Tells of Ills Visit In That Unhappy Country HE WAS THERE SEVENTEEN DAYS The Jockey Says Coisaekr Are human Derlli Without One Thought Beyond Killing He Saw Them Charge a Crowd of 5000 Persons In Warsaw In Which They Used Their Knout and Pistols New York Dec 2OAnor 17 days of the Russian revolution In Warsaw after seeing hundred struck down by CoiMcks and after having felt two bombs explode In the room under him at his hotel the American Jockey J C Mitchell fled front Ruala He ar rlvod hero on the steamer Blucher Mitchell hat been In Russia while un der a contract with Baron Store I have had all I want of Russia he Mid The Cossacks are human dor Ida without one thought beyond kill lag I saw thorn charge Into a crowd of 5000 persona In Warsaw They used their knout and pistols and swung their word at every head within reach 1 stayed at the Bristol hotel In Warsaw and from November 11 to November 17 during the great strike The night of November 15 1 was play fag billiard In the billiard room on the second floor We heard a great shouting outside but this bad become so usual that we paid no attention to It Suddenly there was a fusllade ol shots and a crashing of plate glass We ran to the head of the stairs and saw men and women rushing from the place Some dashed up the stairs and others back through the hall to the rear Bomb Exploded In a Cafe While we stood there a bomb was thrown Into the cafe and exploded wrecking the ground floor Another bomb quickly followed and the whole building seemed to shake Before the sound of tho explosion bad died away the crowd had swam ed through the windows and a break In the wall and we heard the crash lag of china and chairs and the break lug of table The crowd had begun to think of the upper tortes and wa thought of some way to escape when we heard that Indescribable yell of the Cossacks Then came a charge of car airy the crlo of the wounded tho crack of revolves the pack of horses i against a tiring wall of people which I yielded with a sickening sound Fire hundred Cossacks literally cleared their way through the crowd Some rode their horses through win dews cutting down all Inside who did not toe Gradually quiet was restored The official statement Issued show ed three killed but throe carloads of dead bodies were taken away MA tow days after thla I was in the American bar which faces on a park square while there was a meeting of workmen There were fully 5000 crowded In the place when the Cbs sacks charged and cleared the park The Cossacks were tired on mayoral f were wounded and this appeared to drive them to fury for they used their sabre freely Tho place resembled a shambles CHICAGO FACTORY BURNED I On Fireman Killed and Several Em ployes May Hav Lost Their Lives Chicago Dec ZOone fireman was killed and several employes may have lost their lives In a fire which destroy ed the enamel sign factory of the Charles W Schonk Co Until tho ruin have been searched It will not be positively known whether any of the Kploye were killed While the fire was at Its height one of the walls suddenly collapsed and a number of Bremen were precipitated In the de I brla With the exception of Lieut I Henry Daiiett of Truck No 74 who was crushed to death all of the fire men escaped with a severe shaking up A number of the employee were In- Jured In the panic that followed after ihe lire broke out There were 40 girls and ISO men and boys employed In the factory and according to the official ot the company all but two persons have ben accounted for Autonomy of Public School Warsaw Dec JO Twlve hundred representatives of the peasantry at a meeting passed a resolution favoring autonomy In the administration of the Polish schools but declaring opposi tion to the violence of the socialistic labor parties Adm Rojestvensky In St Petersburg St Petersburg Dec ZOAdm RoJ tstvensky and the chief members of his staff arrived here Tho admiral whose head was still swathed in bandage gave evidence of tho strain and mental suffering he has undergone Burled With Naval Honor Honolulu Doc 20 Medical Inspeo Mr David Oldham Lewis fleet surgeon f the United States Pacific squadron who arrived here oa the cruiser Chi ago last week and died oa Saturda- yUI buried with naval honors IJapane Snip Sent Toklo Dec 20 Owing to the dirf urbancos at Shanghai the Japanese rulser Tsushima has boon dispatched here from Sasebo and the gunboat UJl has bees ordered to salt Cross Kure br the tint duUaUofl 0 Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students frem 2S States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture fix men and Domestic Science for young ladlesITRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsIICounty Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Four years fitting for College for bualnoM and for life COLLEGE COURSESLilornrj ScIonUflo Classical ta Baccalaureate degreesIi MUSIC Theory We are lore to help all who will help themselves toward a Chrlsttaa education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidents ftO to met expenses of the school opart from Instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for full term of 14 weeks may be brought within S2060 Winter term of 1 1 weeks 2700 Spring torn of 11 Weeks 24516 Fall term opened September 13 Coogregationalillts For information and friendly Advice address the Secretary WILL Ce GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky 4 f D RKxkrKKRrrrtrrrrKkKrkkkKkOkkrarrKrKRk + Ntstrtt 4KaNt +tK I HOLIDAY GOODS i At The UptoDate Grocery IWewish to announce that we will have on hand I holidays a full line of fancy candies oranges bananas mixed nuts and a nice line of Christmas goods also hardware and hay IWD LOGSDON TiMStitAllAFleA71RRA 1AAAa71 i11itilGtelt iililS111AaSliN 9e711t1t1i111t tl3rlEQ A Painless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow WoftrdU1 I rr COMES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening It not only compels the puns to stop but It follows up and the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back pallIIt makes you well Try It Sold everywhere In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest coned race telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice On plain sated envelepet how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term GREAT CENTRAL c II 4 DIere Marqu tl c I J 1 The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New to TOLEDOAND DETROITTIIIIOLOII CARS TO Cbarlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs Cheap lIomesoekers rules to points in the West and South Inquire of 0 HD agents for full particu lurs or address- D G EDWARDS P T M CincinnatiI A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles ot Berea College 00 acres cleared 10 acres in timber Good log house wenthorbonrdod with 2 fireplaces Good Orchard good Water good Barn and Well Fenced Is well worth 2000 but will take 1400 Call at once on J P BIOKNELL Real Estate Agunt 1J11 4 r U WITHOUT A rADf writes MaryShelton of Poplar fluff housework although before taking CARDUI two doctors had done me no tool I can truthfully tty I was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine C F Hanson I LICENSED EMBALMER ATU UNDERTAKER 8uCC to n R RohlaMai All calls promptly tfrUd4 tonight and day- Telopboao No 4 Ben Kf I FOR SALE Soo J W HERNDON for ow Feed and Baled Hay S mUa kea Baron on Richmond pike Premlumi- Arrangements t i have been aide kj which some of the finest produeta e1 The National Art Company of Nei York are offered an premiums to on subscribers These pictures are o lee of famous paintings and are nail what they purport to be works ofart As long as the supply lasts oat will be given to each new inbseribwr who pays for ono year in adrant I They aro of all shapes and from four by six to ten by inches and the most 6f them an Jtitended to bo fastened to a mat framing They can be seen by one calling at the office of the Oitiua it it5