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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TOPPER Manager Fishier or the JWtq lvnr Dfft4 At eicahd etAH MelrrlattA HH+ + +HHH H+II I VOL VII Fivo centsa copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY i190G IOne dollar a year NO 20 BROTHERS DEATH I r r Detains Bishop McDowell Presl dent King of Oberlin to Preach Dedication Sermon President Frost hns boon busy with the telegraph today Dr McDowell was called to Colorado by death bis t only brother Most forhtuntel Pros King has boon secured to Till tho placo Henry Churchill King DD born in Michigan ISDHl was n mows e r of thu first chins in Oborllu Colleg- taught by President Frost Ho has studied at Harvard anti abroad nnd Is tho author of many very import nut books Ho Is ono of the notod men selected by Mr Carnngio to 1It11 minister his ten million dollar lund for pensions for collugu professor Dr King ban Itoon president of Obor tin slnco 1003 succeeding Ju H Barren and Cliaa G Ifnnoy Dud 0Chautauquabeen heard MOrICEmThat tho New Chapel is to Ira do 5lcnted on Sunday January 7 and that the Dwjiwitioii Sermon will b preached by President II 0 King a 30 40 am imldtar so of the year including milworiptloiiH 1o your newspaper That tho strnngor within your gates should bo voloomed nnd MOO1YIwolla pound of opitophy THE TEST Tho test of mnuhoood ts uounige the test of fri nllehip is lfulID i the test of love Is Mlfsaoriflcoi thw test of loyalty in donth Ho In not a man who tuners for ldmsolf ho is notIyour friend who would not you ho does not Indeed love you who would not make it enerihco for you ho is nut truly faithful to life principle pr to duty who wauldnmi readily die tu dufctist ftf hum Don Fink IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho now year begins under tho most farorablo auspice It has proeporflyconacionco of tho pooplo liar awnk euod against many forms of graft and agiiinat many forms of injustice and oppression Whilo many evil aro to righted tho past yoar has mndo a gront ndvanco in tbo development of the higher llfo in America Let us nil bourn hand iu tho struggle Lot us nil help in tho great battlo to uplift not only our country but also the race and 1000 bo an advance and an improve wont on 1903cThis wools tho Slate Lcglslaturo meets nt tho Capitol Missy bills lookirllklife in the state and some wo trust fewer iu number havo been prepared looking for tho doapor inlrmichmont of tho gang that has ruled Kentucky so long We should nUa8 citizen watch what is going on rind take part in legislation by writing to our apIsooms to us to tend downward It in said that Mayor McColIan o Now York City lies iniule his dueler atiou of independence against Tom many At any veto ho has appoint wl General Thoodoro A Uingliam retired officer of tho United States Army Police Commissioner of tho metropolis Gonoral Dingham dull od tho captains together and told thorn wore square wit him end tho city they had nothing to fear but if they failed him there would bo trouble So far so good Governor Bockhama Message is n plain document that should outliuo the work of tho Legislature wheu tho Senatorial fight is eudod His re commendations aro iu lino with tho peoples thought showing that ho OIcnr to tho ground- It is said that a proposition will bo mado bya syndicate to build and equip a eon level canal at San Bias about sixty miles abovo tho site ofiithe present government canal to Hsk nothing from tho govorum0- r r realityItn Ii8seriously considered by thu Gov eminent but it will ho inntlou means of anuoynnco by tho oppoueutu of t present canal scheme In Washington business is just really beginning Congress jt is h1SI1tiNa d 7 1 Ct THE XCITIZEN givoIIsulfgrout questions which now so inti mately concern the nation and tho people ns u wholo T loco are many such questions nUll real statesmen will give themselves to their consider DUnn The introduction of 7000 private pension bills lets not argue wolf however for grtiat issues theyFuture of the South enters that sew iou In the groat race for power and prosperity While the South as n wholo does not rank with tho middle basrof own iu lumber and haudicapSuuh probnWllttesthe Lnmignrtinn Cmrnllllon Better deforcement of tho laws and the policy of tho Square Dual for every rise will bring success to the South in the year before us Maysvlllo is congratulating itself on tin increase in revenue for the UJunt your of something like 7 00 This is gained from the license niuottMm Coffee louses six wholesale whiskey trouser and two stores The wholo amount of oney received for licenses and special axes amounts to 12000 Jut does It pay after all la not the boughtthIstory for 1005 in the Courier Journal it is soldi Iu politics we have had little else than turmoil and confusion Al though we have come Im Jenough out of tho state of quasiCivil War which for n time engulfed us nnd luau reached conditions which oleo whoro are regarded as normal never has Kentucky touched BO Iowa point nor have Kontuoklan heard such wronginmachinery atid hi the public service Not orae single Kentuckian iu the piiblio life of the Nation stands high ottough to be seen of all men Not orlglnaionlino of public affairs We sjem to hero fallen buck upon n time when VortdjIIHOOUii gotnothlug this year to butter this reoufd t The New York World of January 2 says District Attorney Joromo will today begin tho serious work of projmring for the prosecution of ofiiaere of llfo insurance companies who havo abused their trusts It i expected that there will bo at loan ono In each of tho groat companies against whoso ofllonrs suit will bo begun who will squeal President McCull of tho Life has refunded tho 35000 advanced to Andrew Hamilton and BO far not no counted for by the latter Another rumor of Mr McCaUa resignation is rife Judgo Thomas H Payntor was cn United States Senator Tucs dry over Senator J Sp Blackburn The vote stood Paynlor 00 Black burn 34 Uuldeman 10 Tho nomi nee accepted inn briefspeech and Senator Blackburn and Mr Halde IlarvoyDlcCutchot n Prison Commissioners WORLDI is is quarrel is isf1l1UorI sonamore bluster than bloodshed It is said that tho cause of tho antiAmerican boycott in China is ohRussia has stirred tho souse of race comingtojustifiellindependent nation but China is not thus able as yet It will probably drublingtorah her something But she will likely learn by tho process and flu ally tako u place like Japan No now developments ore noted tho Santo Domingo troubles The stopnte t while Morales lure set up another government in the interior TUb United States hits soot a gunboat to Monto Christi ho1n Russia tho troubles roomed to reach n climax during the last weok wiser tho prolotnriet tut they cull themselves the Common people in other words tried to force a revo lotion In Moscow barricades were Term Opens 633 STUDENTS FIRST DAY ALL EASTERN KENTUCKY AND MANY OTHER STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IMPORTANT CLASSES IN FRUIT RAISING CAR PENTRY HOME SCIENCE CABINET ORGAN NEW TWO YEAR ACADEMY COURSE GREAT NUMBERS IN NORMAL DEPARTMENT- It was a triumph of good management that 033 students yore ro gifltered assigned to rooms and classes and fully organized for work at the close of the first day It is cheering to see our old friends lick though many are still to come being detained to finish out schools which wero begun too late last summer gomnlIardineastern counties We could easily bold a state convention in Borca this winter and find delegates from all parts Breathitt is especially wall re presentedA two year Academy Course full of the most interesting and practical studios is attracting much attention Many young ladies are wakingup to the fact that there is pleasure and profit in the Homo Science work and more than usual are taking instruction in music especially the cnbl SundayschoolTheCollege has paid nearly 1000 to student carpenters the past year ought CollegiateDopartmentchance to tako a splendid course in fruit raising this winter Wo shall give fuller news next week built after the manner of tho French revolution of 1703 and men women and children gave themselves to RI most desperate struggle to over whelm tbo authorities Frightful boththepeople were finally overcome the last barricade surrendering on New Years day It is a serious question next1Vhpthar bythoable to do this if it wishes to are questions that only time can answer On tho other hand it ia a serious question whether time people are really capable as a whole of that thattquestionItfuture of tho Russian masses is the questiouJURt A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Matt Slyer Killed Sweetheart Shot Her Slater and Mother and Suicided Caledonia Minn Jan 3Decauao ho was a Catholic and his sweethearts family opposed him on that ground Matt Strer killed Pearl Wheaton whom ho desired to marry totally shot her sister Rose Wheaton hot their mother and then turned the gun on himself Inflicting wounds from which he died No more honous crime has boon committed Iu this Ylctnlt since the white man first settled herd Lay Ing ila plans to At the time when all Uio malo members of the family WAS array and dnly women to oppose him Styer shot one after another and then killed himself The defense of the fearasolves from his attack with the est bravery Heroism was shown their every act but against his InI force It availed little and their paid the forfeit YOUNG COURTMARTIAL- The Commander Was Found Guilty of Part of the Washington SpecIficationI aparte has acted on tho proceedings of tho courtmartial in the case of Bennwas on con nected with tht fatal explosion on that vessel at San Diego lost summer Tho court found Commander Young guflty of a part of tho specifications alleging negligence of duty and sentenced him to receive a letter of reprimand which sentence will be carried out Huntington Wilson Named Washington Jan 3 Announcement was made at tho state department that HuntingtonWilson rotary of state Wilson Is now first ICiAUonChicago l9Wflfy Firm Failed CAlr4eo Jan 3The nflairs ol tae won jewnlry ra of Herbert L Joseph Co were placed In the hands of a receiver The liabilities are said UOOOOOWm WESTERN MINERS The Federation Will Investigate the Assassination of Former Gor Steuiienberff MJ HOGEUN UNDER SUSPICION A Search of His Rooms Disclosed lsh Lines Similar to Ileces Pound at the Explosion IHe It Recognized As One Who Was In the Famous Bull Pen After the Couer dAlene Rlota In 1899 Denver Cot Jan 2An inquiry Into the assassination of former inv Steuenberg of Idaho will be conducted by the Western Federation of Mi ners said President Charles H Moy or of that organization Wo will do tills not only to prepare ourselves against any charges that may be brought against the federation but Jtt order to ascertain If possible whether or not a member of our or ganlratlon committed tho crime The affair Is to be lamented No one is more sorry for Its perpetration than are ofUcers of the federation Boise Ida Jan tThe offlcers be Uove they have one of tare men responsible for the assassination of ex Gov Stouonborg He Is one of those who hue been under suspicion This man registered at the Saratoga hotel throe wt ocs ago as M J Hogolan giv Ing Denver as his address A year ago ho stayed at the Pacluc hotel reg istering as Thomas Hoglan A search of his room at the Saratoga resulted in the discovery of an old overcoat and some other rough clothes also some fish lines similar to tho pieces found at tho scene of the explosion suppos ed to be part of tho string with which tho trigger Wo Infernal machine was pulled Further la his grip was a lot of white powder believed to bo a high explosive There was also something that looked like brown wrapping paper but it would not burn Tho contents of tho grip are In the hands of chemists A Mysterious Character It Is stated that Angus Sutherland former sheriff of Shoshone county who is on the ground has recognized this man as ono who was In tho fa mous bull pen after the Couor dAleno riots In 1899 This story has not yet been confirmed The ofllcora doter mined to bring Hoglan to BOIKO as tho jail there Is a very poor affair and at fords no opportunity tp keep suspects apart After a conference however it was determined to Keep him there since It wait feared his rnmoval would bo construed as evidence of tear of wqV violence lioRlftn has been a mysterious character He often left town giving no explanation of his absence At one time ho left to look at land ho said but it was known he had not loft town Tho ofilcera bojleve he was carefully laying the plans for the crime and ox piloted to escape suspicion by remaining in his quarters In tho hotel until a convenient opportunity should bo presented to taco hja departure I sIHIFi IIHI 11111IFhlll114f- A Family Newspaper Fight Pages tr L t o IlOsU rra + eS weceTlrAnos 3 I MUe- A a 7000 ceftwt Jan 4 06 I Did you know that we issue mqneyJ orders payable anywhere on the globe without cost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the post office or express company and the service given is more satisfactory The following are our rate efp l For sums not exceeding 5 3C 50OverOver 20 cc cc ii30IoCOver 30 II U II 40I2C 5oI5COverOver 60 a rt II 752blOver 75U it u Iooji5c- Pleaee cut this out for future r reference ra Cashier l L 7tt t + HATS OFF tDid you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont swit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never Matched it Granulated Sugar 00 Aii Gold Medal Flouroo 00 W00 00 Obelisk Flour IiMeal 2 tiiupBuildingr Did you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because ke does all his trading a- tWELCHES P SSanta Claim is stopeing at our place o rm m rt No Longer in Doubt IifAs to where the best dental work is done in Boron The best material that is on the market goes into every job and the workmanship is fast speaking for itself When you have your teeth fjxed it is a lifetime job fiif done right so the best is none too good A Dentist who is temporarily located can afford toIdo cheap worthless work but I am hereto staynndl I only guarantee each and every job but have yot to hear the first complaint I ONE PRICEIMy prices are extremely low considering the high iolass work and are absolutely the same to all SoK if it is good work and fair trlattnent you want to theOnoiPrice Dentis- tS Igo R BAKER D D Sea A J2 RR R2 THE MISSES AT SCHOOL Ther axe once a school Ruletsught ed her Mice Chief was the lase classlied was next her IlapIptllod lap And tableMtee calltwas a table t Mica Lay lost her book undertook4To and it But upon the wrong nail Vellandbe- hind It ItThey went OD very well Ai I have heard tell Wit Undertan4InguessedEYIIfind disbandlegThe Advance p InDriBy TRYING BACHELLER Author cithe1- Wcrrta wrwbrLoehoptahlbainaooapaaya jAbovewise man but allence that la the great entersthetier voice In the hush of that sight ride I grew to manhood I put away sawtheCne was love with the power of God otherloresthe devil with all his power to wreck and destroy deceiving him that hag takes Ituntil he finds at last he has neither gold nor silver but only base metal hanging as a millstone to his seek DattlePOlflL horsesllrbe stillerrorroadlwaUdng YankeeJnltmovingiRlthAmounting the hills tossing their spray sllencoaFar8n praise of my native land upather face I have come to love Ui IdateountryAnd you could not have done a- Rauch for me unless ypu had loved andtlutfaltered obeying tho command How sweet find beautiful JIbe was then be splendid form erect the light of he Shelookedgave the bottom of her gown a shake slowIy R little country that had a cruel king oftieJ dleavesUntil a great mountain had been removed and burled in the sea she ad toneXbEspecially for the ladles she went nlyaftlongemore tohimnay lawkquired I theirHVeIsheboth in danger let us go tohovaomotherlwomanatop ICHAPTER XXVI Dri came soon with the hones one whirbadh gave them free rein heading for ths chateau Not far up the woo splke fKe met M de Lambert and the old aibebel a gentleman save that he was a bit too cool with me My girl you have upset us terri bly said the learned doctor hould like to ba honored with your confidenceAnd with your kindness dear qfathersaid she as tears began tall lag soShesaid Then go to your work said he to coolly and make the most of itflAh sir I Lad rather as GoodbY said Louise giving mo HerhandAu I said quickly and EITheWas waiting tot the order now ex hBrowni Mr JJ Judas Priestr said Dent when we were alone together thet air gal d go youYouNo I haint nuther said he Ef I be I m a reglar outanout fool hand over fist thoughtfullyAin anydayHer father docs n6t like mo I suggestedDont hev to said Dr calmly stickholdodds nor no dlfTrence one way e butIHe 11 never permit a marriage with me I said T aint necsnry he decla soberly In this ere country don thoblesslnsdellvcrIng phrases to wit- Wouldnt give ten cents fer no man at 11 give up a gal less hed brter nut fer nuthln ner nobody cockcrowInfootman were at the door Ah my captain there Is trouble she whispered M de Lambert has taken his daughters They are back to Paris bag and baggage tho evening By what road The turnplko mllitaire Thanks and good morning I said I shall overhaul them- I called Drl and bade him feed the GcnDrownthe tatters gig half a mile out in tho thefarmergeneralstables Our horses were soon ready and Dri and I were oft a bit attar daylight urging up hill and down j I 1 j I a rI u REMAItKEDCANTSO FURTHER ON a a swift gallop and making the to aring with hoofbeats Far beyond c we slackened pace and w along leisurely Soon wo passed the overnightandco examInedCantbosilenceUow he In qulred presently saidIsuggestedMaybe thtalkinwomantvillagenear harDrlwheeling with drawn sabre qulckIyPotI came alongside LamberWhat werelookingand troubled No harm to any msleur I an swcred Put up your pistol my Wedto tho road I knew he would shoot cIoemth ustallher and I commanding She stepped quickly to her father taklnlthotolkwhoWhy do 7ou stop us7 she whlsco pered turning to me So you may choose between himall and me I answered I troIThe villagers began to cheer and oldsn PceHurrahAn the United States of Amerlky me ono added with deLambertme I may command her and I in shall seek the aid of the law as soon I find a magistrate But nee that you fled him before born we find n minister I said The dominie Here he is said one neat us 01Capt 0010tsyrea Its own quality M yrotyac bf 1 the sympathy it commands Louln bidhandCome said she there is 09 tIme to lose The minister came to oUr help Ha sweetly11ywayside with some score of witnesses youngComtecoach and stood near he made us man and wife We were never so handhebltSslnctAs to my sweetheart there was never such a glow in her cheeks such a iaherkissingtekAnd you shall be as soon as you get to Paris eald the young count Oh dear I can hardly waite said proudlyI admire your pluck my young man said M do Lambert as we shook hands You Americans aro a great goingdhe motioning to the driver We shall go back at once t helped Louise into the coach with theLefftillage folk cheering and waving their hats v Ye dope It skillful said Drl smil yeI I too hull of happiness at the moment Tell ye one thing Ray he went os soberly ef a boy an a gal loves one nether an he has any grit la Itn cant nuthln keep em apart long He straightened the mono of his horse and then added Ner they cant nuthln conquer emSoon after two oclock we turned to at the chateau 1We were a merry company at lunch eon doctor drinking our health and resignationnutworst of It all Louise walked with me to the big gate where were Drl and the horses We stopped a mo ment on the way tweefaceoften ns you like No more now thenIs Dri Remember sweetheart shall look and pray for you day an night wilSooneran end including wars and histories a Gods mercy and oven the lives o hidnaywriting of youth and far delights with hand trembling of Infirmity things save one I meant to say an that is love the Immortal vine will its root in the green earth that growerDRw eats has In him ever thought of Heaven a hope Immortal itselfreThis Loch of life Proatnew home of James Donatlanus IA Ray Canto do Chaumont the chateau having burned the year intern President Monroe la coming on the upInLundysLanoFarm and here are some old chaps who fought long before at Plaltaburg and Ticonderoga Joseph Bonaparte mightybrotherline Ho steps proudly in ruffles anti green velvet Gondolas with liveried womenmywith shadowpictures of wood and ak and rocky shore greatharpsinghoMelt Columbia happy land it alocgvTherennd empty sleeves in that column Drlgoes limping in front his right leg chargeDrapedflag of the Lawrence I march beJlld- him with only this long seam acrou cheek to skew that I had been with that bloody day at Chryslers move slowly over a green field to tho edge of the forest There In the anellongbeautltulthanSweetheart she whispers I WM never so proud to be your wife kissgan American she answers A bugle sounds tho cavalcade U Too President they cry and we begin cheering He leads the escort on a black horns whtUtrouserslighting his face The count roo welcomePresidentscarred line a moment lids eyes fill tears and then he speaks to us heconcludIngtho history of a greater land thaa andInlong long after we ore turned to dust And then we all slug loudly with full hearts lb sownWithbon ahatterM bgrain that ever ttoth Inoreaw ftgoodly harvet of hlapeaia i Iii tTlUI UD J WDNAPED BY AN INDIAN Price Story by a ThlrteenTenrOld Michigan GlrlA Thrilling Adventure Ono Sunday afternoon in May Fran thoughtlhl1Yfor flowers They were just about to pick sour violets when they heard yells like those of Indians Both girls were very much frightened nod oelthor know what to do Bossle whispered in terror to Fran yes Whatever will teoomo of I8T But before Frances could spook an Indian sprang from tho thicket and tolzed her with one hand and with the other Both girls DeyleII for help but no one was near ndlin then told them not to bo afraid for tie would not harm thorn but that did very little to quiet their fears At home their fathers were hunting for Bessie and France while their mothers were nearly frantic with auxi I sty I In the meantime Docile and Fran doe were icing led to the Indian camp whore the other Indians were prepar ing their evening meal of potatoes and bear rural The Indians wore Very kind to the girls They save them nuts and roasted apples to eat The girls were enjoying themselvM BO touch that y nearly forgot where they were last they wanted to go home but the Indians told thorn they wore going dayWheadOH n AN INDIAN 8PRANU FROM TUB THICKET ofta plan theIwood where we will hWe In a thleket until daylight When we are sues the Indiana aro on their way to Mexleo we l come out and w homethat night when were Goth andtiu they had planned When morn came the Indians awoke and were very much surprised to find that theirex nottwould be discovered When Bewle and Prase wore rev tats that the Indians had started on their journey they went lions to their parents WM had bMti very anxtou about their safety and had been a xWr- Ing toe wood nit night Detroit Free PressII Hersco That rih I Horstu play nn Important part In the shrimp fishing along the Belgian coast A proeewion of weatherbeaten usher mon starts from tho shore each man mounted on the lark of a trained hone dragging tho triangular purse shaped net which sroopa In the shrimps as U pastes over too scuds These fishermen on horseback frequent ly makn hauls of several hundrednweight in a ilbele trip mesa De Cheerful Perhaps It U neural for oae4htld racheerfulnesa Is a quality which can and oulrbt to be cultlvutljd la all The world will return your souls if you jive as R chianti and you and tlvs world wilt- 1oUettet for It a of COMESIOk tb Tfeathor K Dlcplng- Crletf IMJIy DlIII And he drew his oent gollar chine ass tlhglal on Just to see the inowl This U the loveliest knowWith coaster It Inch day bringsnew joy thTq a aeert A SHADOW SHOW AT HOME Novel Entertainment Which May De Provided for the ChrisUnki Holidays One of till most pleasurable fauna of entertainment In which every boy and girl takes a dollctht Is the shadow how and a homemade ono can easily bo constructed and varied to your hearts content if you are at all In genious With four pieces of wood malts frame about threo feet high and four feet long and stretch across It tightly same white muslin and took it neat nil around the Scams This la sot us In a doorway between rooms about IBIIINDthree feet above thi floorS with the taekod part of the screen oa the side where the spectators will sit The rest of the doorway above and below must be screened with behind which the exhibitor stands plea of tape Is stretched across the bottom of the screen close to the frame This holds against the frame the figures used In tho show and at the Same time allows a continuation of thcr feet in the cardboard from which they are cut to projtot bolow and so be held by the exhibitor Dy means of these eonUunaUons firoflow the feet the exhibitor can make the scenery It you wish by drawing U on cardboard anti cutting It out The show may be a pantomime tilt exhibitor may speak for the dirta eat characters The boy who real takes an Interest In this clever ent enone tainment will have Ont one and than tho other and practice will make him Quite tn expert exhibitor By the picture you can see how thebut iodine may be mean to walK dlrent Into tho dragons mouth This U mere ly A specimen of what may be itenfe with the figures instead of such trailsatand stirring scenes you may have ha cocas ones by cutting grotesque pie that of Ute newspapers pasting em OK o rtlboard and then cuttlMff oat the eardbeanl Thera la hardly may sad to UM aiBN8e ent you may hart IB UU way AU Us flfcurea to be used should bv ace4 on a table or a chair near I- Ihibitor t or held by an owtstant With a little ingenuity you can naakllI the flgtiree so that the arUM and lop end head work on plv6ts attaching to WHAT TUB At r lENr K 81TK8 threads so small that they ot cast a shadow on tho hCr44 u Set cry for around the top a ci thin sides of tho screen can be cutout as palm In the picture fo Instance with a little potlenccv you can work arvels by constructing vnriouli ue4r and crealurcainnd making up different plays Curious effects can bl produced such Q little pickaninnies walking Into alligators mouth or a man going do chimney but you will think of lots things when you begin to run show You could not have a m pleasant entertainment foryour friend CJcompletedJournal You might havo a procession to e your entcrtalnmenV by providing dui hates of figures you use In it glul gihem to a piece of tape in upright position The tape should pi taut around two large spools one which la provided with a creak By having only tho upper part of tho tap a lino with tho screen no one see tho lower side on which the urea ore head down Tho tapo muat be so adjusted t tho shadows will leave the screen hiwardwuntilvpOtllUonDy turning the crank you can tho procession move on and on w Is realty only a few figures wlud round and round the spools tjtiiiflfrom China will bo rewarded the fun It will give you and you friends lntyThe the Es kllno boy and girl la ft lump of sugar Perhaps you think there Is nothing piseating the suKarj 7bqtroll thftt weet morsclffn a aced loaf la they colD t cheek andp Ing t air 11plbhiedly hold 1 in nil until Jt Is dijleol This dal lied lalto tad Is the cbotclrt el known to the little E-aldmayL a ShepherdsFind Saaday3thoolLeatoalorJaa71906a LKSSON TItXT Luke 2190 Memory versas U 14 Rvad oleo Matt 1141 Luke IJ se IsaBaviour which M n ri t the Lord luas211 heyorepaney It explained iy the Inweeiinxoy or the monk Uloayilua Htlguu who neat InmyearIlAM nve or six mites South or Jerusalem IIRFEnftNcEsvrephetIn 1111I8io promise to the Sea of David of those Luke11RJcr 34 II Dan SHI 43 71 If 331 tit thehlettea M noted In the Urspete ughtVJuatdescribedgusttis the emp jor of Home That wholeknownRoman empire Should be taxed onrollaclA city The wry of hu aneesstors where the family records were keptAnd V Joep also went up unto the city of David which Ir UethleUna The mother of aalldtUnd hl Nazarelh or Galilee prophet had foretold that the Afewlab should be born in Bethlehem the city David Mle 62 2 Sam 710 It dors nut say that Joseph took Mary to Bethlehem on account of the prophecy but Implies the guiding providence ol orGod ofjrrotuiin were not obliged to come in OlItuVclothes Not clothes regularly made trips of cloth three or tour incline itolio and several fret long woiind the child And told him in M meager wo Toe animals were out the time and the manger was not being ayotttat Celt Com V 8 And there wets In the somw ooumry In the MeW near llMhlc Lam thephenhi abiding in this held The open country with their Reeks t t V Aa4 lo the angel rather BB angel flame upon theta stxel by them ofAnil the glory of the Lent The htift llc firm it Iwlght and lumln oat throwing all nround theta a sort of hoarenly hale In which even the lustrous Syrian stars grow dim V 10Good tidings The word from which our word gospel Mimes They announced the keel new the world had ever heard the news of the Saviour who would fill ihr wholll worM with heavenly gtery like that len shining on the flew of Itathle hem To all people To all egos all natlj3 all elastics all solar V 11 For unto you Is born a Saviour One who should save them from their sloe their worst and most dangerous enemies Jesus means Favlour Christ The Anointed One the McMlnh whom they had tong been hoping sod praying for V 12 And this shell be n sign unto you that the words spoken were true theaV 13 With the angel a multitude prsiabuthephertshfi thlilSlonr 17 theanstrains of titan members each highoro2 Peace good will to men earth 10 They came with haste Show anlyabroadanaroundofActs 420 Uohnlt3V 18 All they that heard It won hewsfig lieve that It la true withbomemory They were treasure hose value till following ycarire AJPthemOtdbgalnhuaunced to her V0 The shepherds returned To their dutsas shepherd but with r dallybyT11IaloChristian or of roll CloujJny our country or your Saviour cailiJWwjfour duty aInThero Is no beauty In this world to the man who will not open bis cyoj Chrl to gospel Is adapted ip all men tlloreforo It Is intended to reach mtn Happiness is like a birds nest in the gross wo stumble on 11 unexpectedly dutyUaftedaNoPrcabytorlaa IaIt tvWH H H1HHHIHHIlH 1 once know a boy who though horn III 11 log mliin jKwonHewl that iiobltHiog of character which every youth in tilt land should have The that limw Iover mw this boy wan Inn lug school huullO llla wull x ubatl hair and bright blue eyas worn very noticoHblo His paliluiiHOB and Kell nll mannura trn Much nn to iimlm ovary out who know him love Win Ho rosolvod to oducato himself Ho often mild livery ono oun he SOHIB thing In tilts world if they will Ho said I will he wnuoliody Ho began looubing hclicwl very young Leery wliool ho taught iiildml new fame to him and mode him moro fritiids lIe uxwoaMyl that inward ohurnolar tIt real character whioh plactnl him on the highway toiwefnl IKW Ho wag more oMrcful about his ronl clmractur than ho WITS natoulmt jHMile might thick of him This young limit WRit Tory kind lo hia father mother brother and sUlerM He oirtnl for the poor ami sg001 Ho ui Dt want nod inHrrknl retined and well lIIl UUtI led lady He BPltUI in Oklahoma City Oklahoma Territory At tin end of his that year there hft Mttt uleclnd by n largo majority II suHrinl idoiit of city Kcliools Ho viaitnd Kuntnoky nnd in n np cli lie u lava for his home for tha 4ehowwl ho HO often net for the hill little Ntrraiiw that flow down them Ho showed his love for naturoH work lliio young mean is known ns IMHC Af llolooml I hula those voting miU and yotuiK VOIIMHI who ruin this will lean from his snot mid tnku advantage of the ojt ortiiiitiiw tliny josHw 1 would eapelally1eennllllell1 them to conw lo lieriw lJU for in It I find that claw of tuoehura who JKMIWW that noblonortH of character which is mnwiwry for tho iiilMiildiiig of the uation In Boron wolmrv nosalouuH andI0 gambling data but a people who is making every effort to umkt this town onuof the most hotel platw in omiteni Kcntuoky Koysand girl who era la mriioHt oHtutot find H Iwtttr school linyuhero 1 have IMWII here for tbo lest two yo ni and am wall sotisflwl I hope many young anon rued young votnoti will this winter sot their marka high and riMolvo to do oomolhing iu lift lo honor their ootiiitry Tin time hag cumu iu this world in which any ono without dmraator and education Can do but little From axle who baa etudiud Utros at oloee range It J Esout nanDMM 11dwraoLalginge end table board clan be had at the homo of tho Rev Amos Stout for four persona Would oleo furnish table board to four other The Sliiunt Vlvlury Inilmlrlnl and Illble Nfttool This Boltool was founded by Roy William Davidson iu 1SOS Its ob Joel was lo provide n tdnco whore tho children of tho ieln ty and othora who wen in nuwl might obtain n practical eduontion Out IM mined in tho Christian lift mil in ohmmeter It now has Rlxtyflo iniimtos 15 IH Hupirarled by the frcowill offoringS of those who BOO in it an iiiBtrutnenl for liiiHtoning the coming of the ngoMrof the Hchool was cutting him oh too much from other work in which ho wan interested trnusfurred to Rev Dr Edwnrd Qnerrnnt of Wilmoro Ky tho Irosidonl of tho Soul Win nuts Society Ho line lakun hold of plated31Inrtlinod Christian Indy nt the bend nnd has ongnged Mr Davidson as the roprosoiitntivo of thu school in pro pouting itH claims to tho pnldio lila iatoryIulnski My Hair is- ExraLonq Feed your hair nourish it i Give it something to live on Then It will stop falling pnd will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor Is the only hairfood you can buy For 60 years it has been doing Just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mr hair m i1 In te rrry rhort lift after mine A r llnlr Vii i b rt I Ielaln fonrteen liMhti Iona TIJmIn1 r llIlunltIrbln- lf11n llhnn IIlIf ha tau JII1lrllllO- loradu aprlnxb Colu oXa40 IAIljers CHEWY SABSAMRILU Pius PECTOIUU I t THE YERKES WILL Provisions Made For Disposal of Now York Jlome After Ills Wiles Death ART GALLERY TO BE PRESERVED I j m M Oaf Hunilrcd Thousand Dollnni la Set Aside For till Mniutf imncf of the j Yorkea ObservatoryI His Widow Children and Others Are Provided ForHo Also Provide For a Hospital To De Erect ed In New York Nw York Jan 3ln ills will road t r Ctorne Knight lilt attorney the mate Charles T Yerkes makes many public bequest Including 100000 In cruet tile Ineuint to to paid to the Ualvwtltr at Chtonito for Limo malute nance of tko Yorhw obMrratory atI Lake awiwn Wla Provisions aro mute for Ute dtoposal of hla New York i honii ftwr the death of its wife to a corpora thin orontt for the mnlnte I mane ot hit art Hilary the sum of 75o0oo to be given this project upon- Mm YcrkM dUI Mr Yerkoa also f provides for a hospital to bo erected New York His widow son and oth IIIn are provided tor An epitome tel tows Fifteen thousand dollar to Oroen I wood cemetery 300000 to Mary Ado lalde Yerfcee JJli wife To his wife j ttte homeMMul at the oornor of 08th Street and Fifth avenue together withi all the palatines and works of art j statuary bttHuee tApettlea and brio abrac therein contained and all othor tatuaryImay are to be placed In the house and gal lerteIpon tile death of bis wife mho prom Iee works of art etc to go to a coma oration to be orgnnteed under tbo laws of tIN state of New York for the maJniotuitOtf ad preservation of an art gallery on the pretnlaea which Is given to oald corporation The Yerkes Art Gallery Upon tile death of his wife tho trust t are to par over to the directors of the Yorkoa gallery and out of one naif of tho tate set aside for his wife the sum of 70000 In each for the tnalatMMoeo of wok galleries 1100000 to Cfeartert S Yerkea eon Also provided eon Gtarles can dls pow of by wIN of 100000 of the elate IWOOOO to Iteeete 160 Rondlnolla danaibtor Mao provided that Howie L MofMHMellft CUM dlspoo of by will UOeooo of the Mate 100000 In trust tor lOthel Link Yorkoa daughter of his nephew ChuwBce Yorkoa the Inoome 10 bt paltLto met Link Yerkqp upon her IIta said 100000 to become part Iof tbo residuary ute It she leaves no children lows 8 Owsloy of Chi fromIInvootod and divided Into four equal SSMICOM the inoorao from two of tho bares to bo paid to Mrs Yerkes dur lug her life Ume and the Income from ODe share to be pail to ills son Chaa a Yerkoo during hla lICe time and the laconic from tho remaining one baro to bo paid to hla daughter floe ale rOo nofldlneilo during her life time The Yerkes Hospital Ou the death of Mra Yorkcs the truotoot are to incorporate under the laws of the Jttte of New York a cor Deration for tho purpose of conduct lug a hospital to be known aa the Yorkes noepifal and out of the prin cipal of tile one halt set aaldo for his wife of his ealnto lean the 70000 to- go to YerUoa galleries to be used for purcbaalm a plot of ground in tho hot- oghot the Bronx In the city of Now York nod prouar bulUlnga for tho erection of a hospital thereon the ag groftftte slat of tho ground and build lags not to exceed the sum of 800000 Tho trustees then to pay over to the penwna daelgnnted an trustees ot time Yorkea hoapltnl the remaining pop ton of the onehalt of the syt aside for hIs wife as wul1 as any 110I cried Income thereon remaining tQ ha malnlallIfie directs that the hogpilal shl1 bq open for the public without regard race or color and any patient received or admitted whose financial moons are not nuch as to entitle tUo patient to pay for thp necessary treat mont shall be treated free Appoints an trustees under his willI the Central Trust Oo of Now York In caw It refuses to accept then the UlnolH Trust and Savings bank 1ItIllinois Is made trustee Appoint his wife Mary Adelaide Yerkos Louie S Owsloy and the UIII note Trust and Savings bank aa oxoc utora and declares that his homo Is lg the stlte of IllinoisIj Prr Itt To Succeed McCall New York Jan 3A EX Orr headI of the Rapid Transit railroad will out ceed John A McCall In the pro lduuvy of the Now York tI1 Insurance It WM lonrncd that McCall has 1Iover to the company a chock for 235 000 cowing moneys that Androvv llnmlton rocelviXl In 190 and which are unncoauntwl for In detail Lrerum Luureu Tim regular Lyceum Course for lierun begins on Tuesday Ton pIllOn with the rendering of Sheri bytheWe hope for as Ono a monologue aa over was given in Bereft W I RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Glrnnpcl from the rechingu of All Denomination Better have a wlrt feuco at the edge of a precipice than a timgulilceiit hoe pltul nt tin bottom of ltRev J D Ada ID H Reformed Hrooklyn A irrnt IoNmpimloii lit1 who iioMesoes thrlHt play dare to rejoice always and sing Kuiigs of hope null victory III the Uurkwt ul litllov Dr W J WlIllaniBou llnptlat St Louts Sunrtr of llapiiltiem The real sourct8 of intiniluew arc In ouraujvoi not In our m wiUnn in our 111111 11 1111 lion nut In the novel In our upprcdatlon of beauty not In time picture lu our musical culture not In the piano Ilev lr Lyinuu Abbott CotigrcpitlouuIlHt Ilruoklni Polly of S4IOah4 The nun who goeslabeil his duties In buslnenH or olsewburu iirompled by ucJlIocmontIre ligion Is allowing the moon of his faith to obscure the aim of love and lifeIlev J W Stockesee Jr Swe dcaborglau Chicago Chrliti Ia r of Love Christs law pf love mid the Justice that springs from It Js the only thing dlsurtdishonesty and graft The law of hor6 Is the only thing that will settle time difference between cnpltal and labor nud It Is likewise tho only hope of hence between nations Ilev J touch Straton Baptist Chicago Thought on Education Our thoughts on education will be colored by what we think of the child If you see In the child a human being of priceless value having an Immortal soul havlngiln him wondrous possibil ities and his destiny tbe highest known to angel or to wen you will safeguard time childs character his moral and In tellectual life and his soul Ilev P W Tallon Roman Catholic St Louis- A View of Divorce Until tho church can transform ox sting social conditions marriages will be dissolved whether the state and church recognize or refuse to recognize their dissolution We feel so strongly that divorce Is nut the cause but the Inevitable result of a grievous disorder of society that we cannot JoIn with other churches with whose motives wo heartily xympathlze In Its condemna tlonnev Dr William M Brundage Unitarian Brooklyn scold ug had a swearing For you to scold Is as bad as for some mon to swear There arts men who CUll hardly express affection much less disapproval without using profane words For them to utter an oath In a moment of passion may be distinctly less sinful than for you to leave a barb Iq tho soul of another wan through your saxasni ov do rio lence to the feelings of another through well bred vituperation Uev William K Barton Coiigregatlouallst Oak Park 111 CbrUtUn Education The perpetuity Iud safety of the nation depends upon Christian educa lion The hope of the nation lies in men who are not only strong minded and well trained but are also dominated by a principle of Christian Integrity and unpurchasable manhood Build your men on Bible principles and they will shun the perils of the demagogue They will bo true to our national prin ciples and traditions They will bo brave enough to apply moral principles lu polities and moral standards In their judgments on political parties AuJ when chosen to make nod execute laws they will bo true to their oath of office and the soc trust reposed in them Rev Milton U Williams Methodist Chicago Skyftod us can not be found by auy process of reascu No one by reason can find olh God but ho Is manifest by his own luminous presence a presence that la spiritually discerned One may try to build n night of stairs to enable him to touch time Is fruitless and unnecessaryfrdltless because as fast as he rises the sky recedes un necessary because tho sky Is with him uqItout It wo could not live It enters our lungs and blood feeds the muscles and nourishes tbe brain Wo need not mount upward to find tt Wo need but walk abroad in the pure nit Qt time open heavens breath its breath and It will manifest Itself In tbo wonders of re newed bodily UteRev J 0 Eornlng Reformed St Louts The Craning Chrlitla Woo to the Christian who amis Doth ing to regret In ills life after his conversion He may have been convert ed but the good work begun lu him trons1tantcd completely stop all grqvt th Tho great npostlcifreely Confesses In the midst of his lossld career Not that I am already made perfect But that very recognition leads him to press on toward the goal to stretch forward to tho things whjch are before The growing Christian while he Is cheerful hopeful assured of a successful outcome Is always cognizant of time fall- ings and shortcomings and limitations White he e4 grateful for what he U compllshtieho has failed to do More lovo m Thee 0 Christ Agora love to Thee the breathings ot his heart And very Iongin 3 in many terms keeps him In touch with tho source of Ute makes him toe humble careful prayerful growing Christian that ho Is HOT Paul X Mcnsel Lutheran Wash lugton FOUR FOUND DEAD Farmers Wife Daughter and S6n Apparently Jlad IJeen Mur dered With an Ax HUSBAND AND FATHER ENDS LIFE Kvldently There Was a Terribl- Struggle as Mother and Children Rattled For Their Lives i The Tragedy Must Have Taken Plac at Breakfast the Dining Room Was Bespattered With Blood Even the Ceiling Rochester Mich Jon 3 Alarmed thlIburs broke Into the house Tuesday and found Uarnum his wife his daughter Louise aged 23 and his son Cheater Aged 1C all lying dead The wife and tie sun and daughter had apparently peen murdered with an ax A single barreled shotgun lying near his corpse and the fact that hla head was almost entirely blown off showed how farmer Barnurn himself had met his end Mrs Barnums hotly lay In the woodshed it appears that she had been able to reolM tbe murderer for a brief time or at any rate had succeeded In elud- Ing him long enough to roach the shed lint here she was struck down and met the same faro that had befallen hereon and daughter The appearance of tho house Indi oted that tho family had Just finished breakfast when the insane and mur derous frenzy of tile father broke out Evidently thero bad been a terrific struggle as the mother and children tattled for their lives The dining room was all boepottored with blood even the ceiling Under the dining room table lay the fathers body a gun aoroso hla knee Apparently ho had taken the muule into his mouth be fore pulling the trigger Blood onthe Ax Handle Three extra cartridges stood on the sideboard aa It In MIIWIne to overtake say member of the family who might succeed In escaping tho murder OWl ax There was blood on the han die of the ax but the blade lead been washed In the dining room where the body of the father was found lay ateq that of the daughter The sons corpse was IB too kitchen It Is thought that the boy WM the first at tasked the mother was killed In the woodshed next and that the tether turned last to time daughter Imprisoned In the dining room where the distur trance had apparently begun The wits and lion and daughter all had their heads terribly eut and wu bed with the ax Uarnum sold a farm near Ho Pier Mteh only a few month ago and loeatod here late in the season It Is said that too harvest In his now home did not meet hW expectations and 41mM he had become despondent This was made very evident In a letter he had written te a brother In Waterloo N Y Two other son and a dnuajhter were away from home when the tragedy occurred V111lam Baroum is editor of the College News letter an official publi cation of the University of Michigan Im ovens ea Soil Impoverished soil like impov cnslied blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist bv amjlya ing the soil can tell you wjiut fertilizer to use for different prodt3ttttIf blood is impoverished your doctor wilt toll you what you nee1 to fcrtilixatb alto give it the ricn red coi pU8tiles that are lacking hit It may IKJ you need tt tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food ttttd fut is tho clement lucking in your systom There ia na lit food that is RO easily digested nnd nssimi lutvd a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish nmj strengthen the body when milk nnd cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is nhvnys tho snmo always palatable and nhvnys bpiiulioiid vvliLMo the body is wasting from any oauso either in children nv ndulte We will send you a sample fret rlotllNtrappsrfwerv HIOII you buv SOOTY BflWHE- C1KM1STS 409 Pearl sr HewYork COr nnd 100 I All DruggiaU 1 I I SPORTING NOTES Torry McGovoni wants to meet Bat thing Nelson soon Reports from Bnclflntl Indicate that Sir Tlioninfl Lipton will lignin chap longo for the Americas cup If some of those drivers who are cra j to raco horses In November would got rendy a few months earlier in the spring It woul l be n goal thing for the track as well as the owners If Bob Kernan could only teach ROwe puntens as he can himself utter being out of the gnu twenty years Har vanls kicking ganio would 1w safe A big collage football team uses a lot came used at Harvard before the YrIc game Three new bulls are brought out every tiny Tho reported snle of Turley 207 at Lexington to 1 D Gallery of Pitts burg for 1000 was not consummated nnd tho Walnut Hall cup winner Is still tho property of L U Mel + urlalld of Memphis iuil In Ed leers stable Tommy Murphy to the front again that Is ho Is going to try and work his way Undaunted by the beating he re calved nt tho hands of Terry McOov ern the Harlem boy Is trying to ar range for a six round bout In Philadel phia CURRENT COMMENT Life insurance will rise triumphant from these revelations because the world cannot dispense with It without suffering untold burdens of poverty and inUery Ualvcston News Tho principle of salt government has boon nstnbllghcd In Russia and that front the position they pare woo the people will quickly advance to further victories may safoly be nssiitned Philadelphia Inquirer Wqoflon hour that the age of mlra cite Is past but is it It is statistically shown that the grocers of this country within time last six years have sold 3000000 pounds of pure Mocha and Java coffee from the 137000 pounds Imported Into the United StatesAtlanta Constitution The greatest danger to our national life Is tho decline of civic virtue tho IMMlonato pursuit of wealth with too little scrutiny or care as to the cans ouiployiM to obtain It the decline of family life and the exmnploa of folly which time rich anti Idle nffonl to tho thoughtless Baltimore Sun CHURCH AND CLERGY Knthw Nctzhammer rector of the Greek college In Rome has been ap pointed by Pope Iliw X archbishop of Uouumnla lie Is a Benedictine One of lie Incidents pt the break between Franco and the Vatlcnn has boon the transfer of Roman Catholic missions In the oast from n Kronen protectorate to an Itnllnn Rev Howard Bliss president of tho Syrian Protestant college at Beirut Syria Ills Just arrived In this country and will remain three months to col loot funds for the Institution which his father established thirtynine years ago ripv Tom Collins woll known in the east end of London as tho coster lPUlar labors Nothing piousai him better that to chat with a tot of workingmen on sporting matters regarding which he Is an expert writer NDTRACK Japan expects a boom In electric railways K Survey camps along the flnind Trunk Pacific lines east of Winnipeg will keep In touch with headquarters by incaiifi of wireless telegraphy The Indlnaiv railroad commission has decided thut the three different rates on coat from the Indiana mines to thu towns In the gas belt did not constitute a discrimination within the meaning of the law Tilt market value of the railroads of the United States Is 11230000000 Pounsylvnultt stands first In railroad property having M 5000000 New York Is second with S lOOOOOO and Illtnola tljlnl with fSOO000000 Ohio la fourth any dune ota fifth COLLEGE AND SCHOOL Public school Na 02 In Hester Es sex mutt Norfolk streets In New York has tho distinction of being tho largest school In tho world The Jersey City board of education Is at Its wits end to keep Its schools supplied with women teachers Cupid having captured seventeen recently and taken tlftomi of the forty graduat ed from time training school last spring The students of fcynicuse university are thinking of n now way to vindicate their college spirit Time color of tho university Is orange and the youths are talking seriously of wearing cordu roy trousers of orange color Orange brooches would beat the most compli exited yell as an evidence of college spirit 1- BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES John D Rockefeller born at Rich ford N Y July a 1830 Began bust ness without n dollar Now has more than his share Wants to die rich Andrew Carnegie born nt Dunferm line Flfcshlre Scotland Nov 23 1837 Began business without n dollar Now has more than his share Wants to die poorRussell Sage born In Oneida town Vblp N Y tug 4 1810 Began business without a dollar Now has more than his share Doesnt want to die at llNew York Press r Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office ovor Post Office S R BAKER Dentist orelrtsngogleBEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth ztraetcd trnbout iwlDSonnolonD R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds iOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Ofllie Hour from II to 18 n in rams town property etc for sale or to runt Cull and eee mo if you wish to buy or soil property rC F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B K Robinson All calls promptly attended to i night and day- TelephoneI No4 Borea Kf I FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located anal ventilated Enquire of C C Rh- odusRealEstate bulldtugiotaBerea for sale- I also have 20 acres with a 3room box house within a quarter of a mile of Boreu corporation for SfiOO Also farm and timber lands In Madison Itookoastlt and Estill coun tiesAny ono desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNEttr Baron Ky MonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble 6 Monumental work of till kinds done in n workman like manner at reasonable dispatohAU Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets FOR SALE See J W HERNDON for Cow Feed and Baled Huy Smilvs from Barea on Richmond pike t A Farm of JOO Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Borea College 00 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house waathotboarded with 2 tire places Good Orchard good Water good Barn and Well Fenced Is well worth 2000 but will take 1400 Call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent rGREAT CENTRAL O II A DIHre JUrqiictteC ctt L The MichiganLine Electric lighted Trains All New to TOLJn0AND r DETROITTimnotrtmii Cbarlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wequetonslng Harbor Springs pointsinparUcuIura D G EDWARDS P T Mt Cincinnati The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper =Published tTtry Thursday at Berca icy BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos rAT tiLl IK ADT AliCe PrxmonthaigThree rend money by Pottofflre Money Onlor Ex ReglateredLetterThe date after your name show to what date lIbangtolWIthinsooty nl- enbterlMII wliblng Tnx CtTtiX slopped crest notify ui at the expiration of sub nriptlon paying all arreara otherwise we ball nildcr tbat they with It continued KolfTUiatoncoofanychincolnjouradJrfM new uttInPlied If we aw noosed Agent wanted In crcry locality Write for ann Anyone sending ni four yearly rubMripUoai will receive Tug CHUKM tree for ono rear r Illegible Vreftcrlptlcnss The Illegibility of many proscriptions cannot we fear even In the oyes of tbe unlearned lw attributed entirely to the unaccustomed symbols for drachms nod ounces Whether the handwriting of true medical profession as a body Is worse than that of any other equally largo body of men remarks the London Lancet we do not know certainly Its official writings as evidenced by proscriptions cannot corn pare with the clerical productions of the sister profession of the law In the latter cue of course business documents are written largely by person who have little other qualification thar tbe possession of a clear handwriting Obviously a medical man cannot carry his own clerk about with him to sub Mitntft a leisurely and legible writing for the hurried characters oj tho busy medical man so that tile performance of the lawyers office will always outshine tbe scrawl from a patients house Yet the matter It really one adopting of such serious accidents that medical men should take special pains to write clearly Some persons believe that prescriptions are badly written on purpose that they may con- ey on meaning to the patient that hits faith in the medicine In fact may not be interfered with by toe close a knowledge of Its constituents Such an object however can be eqllai1 ell achieved If It Is ever dealt la by t siibstitlng elaborate cbemldl denom nations for simple andytnoro common ly used names of drXigs As matters are at Jirssentr Jwerfcive a shrewd sus picion that It is often only the sagacity and carefulness of tbe druggist who dispensed a prescription which prevent the concocting of something far differ eat from tbat which the hurried and illegible writing of the practitioner In tended to convey Child Labor As this country become more ant more H manufacturing country It needs to give more laced to this funda mental problem Urged by purely self hob motives commerce and Industry are over tending u exploit the labor of the child because It Is low priced and to oppose restraining legislation rills observes the Chicago Tribune Is why the child labor laws of England am considerably loss stringent than those of priRrcsslvw countries on the continent The littler pressing upon Bach others frontiers realize tat child laflor Impairs the m oary ems ciency of n nation Military consider Htionf may not weigh so heavily with tbe people of this country as they do with continental Europe Jt ut child labor should be prevented in America with n view to securing for children that hotter preparation for life and that worthy type of ultimate citizen L ship which American Ideals demand In the intbrcta of gocml and civic ems cicnty and tars tit our national future I he fining gdnerutioii fcotli north and kuiith should be prolcotwl against prewature allt A Norwegian write that the gen uine old form of tho now Icing of his country Is Ilakon The name Is mado up of two roots ha tho root of bar- t high and Itiu or konr of the kin family or race Thus Hakou moans liar high one of the kin The modern Norwegian spoiling Is Haakon The a sounds like aw in hawk and tbo on Illce tho English word ou The accent Is on the first syl able The latfifct shady in ivurnons hair II IB raw in arndlhysL ll is usually worn wilt vloiut or dark gray eyes iJacii liHt anti black gown Brown blackrare en tier nor of date end are worn only tiv itjijple who lunt read the maga senrrTbs Smrling III woman who de manned 5100 for a kiss only reeov crud ISU by legal action and yet If abe could get steady work even at this rate lice ccuiti mike a prttty fair llv 1n Elias Hart Headings fatuous goo lie Itnwewan says hes not making any pre tiittiuuf about the weather this winter INDIANS THUNDER BIRD Tradition of the Passamaquoddlea Accounting for Elemental Disturbance Many Indians believe that thunder Iz caused by tie action of a huge bird which they have named the thunder bird When he Is angry his great eyes lash and the lightning we see la caused by the flapping of the wings of the bird The Pastamaquoddles believe that the spirit tf the children of Katahdln are thunder and lightning- In defense oV this boiler they toll this story An Indiangreat and powerful had herd seeking game for weeks without any success One winter day be saw tho footprints of some creature the first he had wen for many weeks Looking closer he discovered that tho footprints were made by snowshoes though no hu man being lanai ever been known to have paused through this country be fore Next morning the tracks still appeared though in different places greatly adding to the wonder of the Indian hunter He searched many days for the object that was making these tracks but without success Ono day when ho had about given up hope ho was able to follow these tracks to a precipice on tho other side of the mountain He wee lost In wonder when his footfall aroused a maiden who stood beside him lie was awed by her beauty which was greater than any he had before gazed upon Her voice was low and sweet and the warrior could scarcely believe that he was not dreaming when she bade him go with her He ap preached the rock with fear for he expected that every minute the lovely vision would fade away The maitre seeing his hesitation touched his arm when he became mist and In this form entered a great cave In the heart of Katahdin There sat the god of the mountain He welcomed tbe maiden and eagerly Inquired If her brothers wore coming r bear them coming now she repliedWith a blinding trash and a deafening roar of thunder two men giants In stature of beautiful faces and with cheeks and brows of stone stepped into tbe cave These said the JlrJ to the hunt er are my brothers Thunder and r father sends theta forth wher there Is a wrong to redresslhat those who lovk us may to smitten Whenever you hear- tunder In the future you will know that my brothers are shooting our enemiesThe stonefaced sons of the moun taro adopted the hunter After roaming seven years with Thunder and Lightning at the end while a fierce storm raged he was allowed to fall unharmed in his own vitiago- t POSTAL SYSTEMS ABROAD Profits Are Much Greater In Prance Than They Are in Ger many Consul E Theopbllus Ltefeld of FrSeburg Baden sends comparative statistics to tbe department of com merce and labor on the activities of the French and German postal systems A specially interesting fact Is found In the tremendous quantity of picture postal cards 1171810000 which an nually encumber the German malls lie writesThe German papers have been giv ing their readers a comparative study of the post office departments in the two countries much to the advantage of the German system In Germany there are 56367000 Inhabitants while in France there are only 38962000 In Germany the number of post omres is 082 to every 1000 inhabitants and 48 officials to every 1000 people In France the number is only 029 and only 21 officials to every 1000 Inhabi tants In Germany there wore 78431 letters to every 1000 persons and In Franco 64552 Germany far surpasses France in the sale and manufacture of picture postals which probably ac counts for the fact that Germany sent 1171840000 postal cards and France only 73600000 As regards packages with value stated 397 for every 1000 Inhabitants were sent In France with a value of S3025989 ana in Germany with 239 but with a value of J773092C Germany sent 2844 postal money orders for every 1000 persons representing a value of 11207220 and France sent only 1208 representing a value of 870044 from which it would appear that in France more than in Germany large amounts arc sent by means of bank drafts instead of money orders The German post office also makes more use of the system of col lecting on delivery of packages or let ten PostNachnahme The German seems to make more use of the tele phone while the Frenchman prefers thotelegraphAlthough the work of the German post offico Is much greater than that of the French the net receipts are far less from which the conclusion Is drawn that the German post once is managed for the benefit of the people and the French post office for the finan cial gain of tbe government During the year from which the above tact are taken the receipts of the German post once were 1119274000 and the expenditures amounted to 107303000 a net Income of 119CfiOM while in the case of France the amounts wore respectively 66000000 and 41683000 leaving a net profit of 24318000 HumanFigure Targets Tha new musketry regulations of the German army prescribe tiring at hu man figure targets only and there are to be colored gray For kneeling and prone tiring portable rests are used Arr illnllrgt Uliteitc tii1iLJaitdttr5it Dy MfAS ELLBN H RICHARDS Vatiir Criduite end Instructor of Sanitary CIt ImiUiV MiiMehutetti Institute or Tcctinoluir rMl ORE than Jo years Ago the National Collegiate Alumnae association made cartful investigation of the relative physical healthfulness of college women and in the report that followed it WitS stated that the toltegc titteniliig woinmi was healthier than her nonatleirtling sinter InvMlifpitlons that have followed since that time for the Collegiate Alum nat associntioiv have borne out this fact There is every reason why the college woman should lead her sisters in health and strength for she is heat en dowed with the knowledge that enables to provide for health antiagainst disease In the more cultivated the bc Uerfo lo classes in this country it has been nptcd that the new generation shows an in crease in the height of the young wonicr OIK in their physical grace and power The young women of the better informed and better bred classes today undoubtedly possess a better physical equipment than ever before The college girl enjoys a peculiar advantage in being surrounded by counseland instruction which are constantly directed toward dej veloping in her the fixed habit of careful diet rational dress healthful exercise and graceful department 1 hive found that irrational foot wear alone is responsible for the greaer number of ills from which young women suffer let the women ludent wear at today they are everywhere being directed to wear the proper kind of shoes those which will support the body with the greatest comfort let them have their apparel rationally loose and they will find headache and lassitude of the limbs fretfulness and despondency quite banished- It was said remember hat women could nut take the twohour course in chemistry but here wearing the clothes and the shorn that I speak of and eschewing indiscretions of diet they have found the course quite free from injurious effects And among all the girls who have come to Technology only one that ever came under my ober vation and site a person who was from the IxvntthiK wholly unfit for the student life failed to develop here greater physical strength and health Par all this I can say that the college woman is under a heavier strain than the college man This is because n much more ill ex pected of the college woman in home tasks She must stare often a respomsihilitysickroom at home How many other domestic duties are performed by the college woman of which the college nun is wholly freeI And how much more sensitive is the college woman than the college man to any fact or clement of domestic disquietude I Then also among some classes of girl students there is the bur den frequently selfimposed of social distraction socalled functions which not only waste the time of young girls but by excitement waste their energies as well It is the mission of the college girl to preach the gospel of the simple life of which we American people stand in so urgent need She enjoys greater opportunity than her sisters for doing this and the influence of her example is greater The intellectual life is the simple life it is essentially an unin ttllcctual life that follows the opposite principle Therefore when college girls suffer from overwork it may be st1down at a rule that it is not overwork of the intellectual faculties but of the nervous system in the various mild dilations of social life and in un hygienic citing dressing standing and walking UI1 ui- a ift tti iti By DR MADISON C PETERS Noted Lecturer Author and Teacher A business should not he called gambling simply because it I c attended tvhh- risks Out the step over the line which paritcs legitimate business from nm hung is short and easy That step is taken vU ievcr a mast instead of using his fore sight to guide him in Uicxchange which he u to make in the wortds mnrket backs his judgment as to what valucyt will bca week or a month hence by a deposit which is in sublfauce a wager It then ceases to be an exchange which nay benefit lion parries aud becomes a bet in which one mans gain is another tutus loss Thus the excitement and anxieties which attend the ooitdiut of the great worlds work arc rendered tenfold more intense by the ins troduction of this clement of gambling Young men serve their apprenticeship in gambling in society where gambling is carried on as an innocent amu ment If mothers could realize the consequence of their influence and example upon their children many a card club with its system of prizes would he broken up As the boys go out ir ihv world and meet young men who are not scrupulous about taking money how are they to see an in the money stake than in the prize of the stake What difference is there in principle gamblingisi It is illegal No man ever gamble hut is a criminal to the law of the land When things go wrong at the gambling table they shout Foul Over all lhe gambling tables whether presided over by sweet women in our homes pr protected in public places by police complicity or police stupidity I cry Out Foul 2 It is dishonest Winning is no ownership Only fair ex change is no robbery Taking money that belongs to others fs stealing 3 It is destructive Gamblers are seldom industrious men in any useful avocation 4 It is a poor business All the odd arc against you Von have ten chances to be struck with lightning to one for winutitt no b Men go in for Wool mid come out shorn The men who make money on horses or storks are the men who have studied horse I their lives as n professor botany and against their stem the outsider has little or no chance 5 Gambling is an unhappy business lne gloomiest set of men in ihe world are your betting precipicefhtybeggary N DDINO GOWN PUT ON ICE SCalds Error Makes tho Drlde Un happy During Several Hours Among her friends n girl who lately returned from Now York whore she wise present at a fashionable wedding is telling a Rood story of an Irish maid wbo came near having the wedding tOtO Ned by a blunder she made The ftrlIe ordered her gown and viii from her regular dressmaker and after It war finished tho inciter packed the l lny garments to be worn at the wedding In a decorated box with the result that there was consternation In tho brides homo and the pretty girl inept bitterly over her disappoint mentWhsn the order for the brides gown was left It was unleratood the gown was not to be delivered until the af lern Jon of tho wedding which WAS to nave been n fashionable one The day before the gown was to be worn the girl who WM to wear it willed at the MtablMin nt to have a last OtUnc sad arranN MMiut were made to have It at bar home by three p mooal the welding ceremony was scheduled for six lbs same evening The drew was flnlslMl at two p m and with the wedding veil was parked In a handsome box decorated beautifully with Rower and sent by the west reliable d Jlrery boy In tile establishment Wfttq three oclock arrived the bride MlepnoAwl and was very frOM saying her over had not airlvod Tho clerk looked np the boy and he said hehsil delivered the box The customer was IwJephorKHl 10 but wise was almost dill trtcft4 and suggested the box had been delivered to the wrong address as the had sat seen It The bey itwlMed ae delivered tile tax at the address given him and M It was getting late tkere was great excitement The customer WAS a good ono and the house could not afford to love hot patronage Tta delivery book was next consult erf an l It was found the box had been delivered at the right address and tlga d for hy the parses who received It Tbea the girl was notified and- o rJQ1Ht In the house was asked If they bait received the drees bent all MM rO- oWltt the guests arrlrtnc tu bride crying and the bare In eonfoMQH at the last nlNHte tile brMe was pre vailed rpoa lo no down among the lewM In ORe of her oM gowns and without M veil She bad to face tilt most ffcehtoMble society people In the cty tat the ceremony was gore ikroarjk with Later IN the evening wklle Ike tor Hrt wee arranging the lineal deenr toms in Ibis bridle haste one ef tw said eum wte l that melee bowers rev eHv4l In the afternoon be need sad Ike ttorfM asked ware they were On being told MM the lee In tile eener ho went de T to net then and on npeatas tM bus found the town and vttl Whew quwiilon d M to how she had come JO make such a klunder the- aaid rapUwl- Oh there worn Anwar on nIl ont sUe of the Wag so I wow deerr there were BoAMere tmWe sad i pet It Jn tho tee BANDIT PICTURES HARMFUL bNhs tttve Child Raises Valid Pro tt Agatsat I88dCUnlUn Pictures Cor Hooks paper tile ooItlar1O- Qma H j Itacord has started a frueade arfsiMC a 4wuilii day of nieviitK Jibe turys It ii4aia this siiwr to MS lain ie poolllon A little flveyeurold Mrton boy who has always shown ennutnllnsry foriltudtt in dealing with the Inevitable tmrapttt hand orulied tore slivered finger ajni etnUNnl toes announced SMIIM tin boek that Ifo was lOin to be a tfoetor when by got big Tko other day be wax aolnp sever the rains In school that ho would have lo Jmee befnre he Could go Into the iiljjft scheet and then wkurell I go when I get fm high sehooiT he asked Why yonre going to a Medical school nnd team to be B doctor nta moths answered Oh lint I ulnt going to be a doc tar though ho sold Voure Patti Well then what are you going to her shn asked Why Im going to be n burglar was his astonishing reply and from the vray his little eyes bulged out you would have thought ho meant It lie saw Toe Train flatters during the sireot fair this summer and thls new ambition was no doubt kindled within him at that time such IB the Impressionable quality of tho child mlnl land to these imaginative little beings tho robber In the moving picture Is as much a reality as though the men were there In the fletth and the picture money Is real money to his limned little vision If we have moving picture shows let then show something beautiful beau tiful lo the eye and capable of Inspir ing teautlful holpfu things The pos nlbllltlM of tho moving picture ma shine In an educational wayare great but wo dont want to educate our chll dren to be bandits Finery in Africa The British commluloner of Ugan da Africa reports that the natltea are adopting clothing have taken to the use of soaps and scents and urn oven using bicycles Hut regret Is expressed that the natives have a weakness for American unblaaohed calico and other American goodx preferring tuttm D British End of His Bomance Sam 0Var Would you be willing fear to marry on n thousand a fr7- Olllo Soyfo PouDds or dollars Ihlfjgo Tribune WOMEN DRUNKARDS A Picture of the Deplorable OondU- tlons Which Prevail In the British Isles English newspapers of all shades of political thought aro agreed that fe male drunkenness has assumed such alarming proportions as to demand an immediate attention for the question- A home once report on the working 3t the inebriates act during last rear contains In the forefront n comparative table for the past six years whleh marks this Increase In female Ine briety aiwNneferat a ueda torte eef Male ps Ml TsM 4 tAT If= s +N i 1l t 4- I == et- SiM mt 55 M 1- K1554x1 1 II ra u But anyone who carefully rend his jewennner even without statistics at ill tnuet bo painfully struck with the 1 icily Increasing records of sutfertCK trim and death attributable to drink nit amongst women And these worn ell are not only the Inhabitants of wretched surroundings they tome net all from Poverty dark environments of which we hear so torch They are many of the darltngo of so ciety lenders ef fashion Ute wives and daughters of men of money and position They anti perfumed and gem uodooked lam the fllthy atmosphere of the dlvoree courts there to be stripped of their outward garb of gentility nazi revealed to the work as the drink sodden and degraded ereatnrea they are No There are mere female drunkards than those bedraggled III tad Illfed wrecks of womanhood who figure time after time U our polko courts There are the wrecks shelter ed behind wealth and social poeitloB aye even behind titles who oseape the Police rowrtn but some of whom U before said cnt sorry enough Rg nttM In then even Meeker sad sadder platen our divorce resets Daring Urn last few weeks what record of drink JUtrltHlflblackened the vans of our dally pa pers A lady representative of n London jowrtwl gives the folVowInc appalllMR tttdvre of the tippling Indnlged In hjr ladies In certain coHfecUonere sJtovm in the West end of London Me says Half a dosen ladles were seated at smell table on which were arranged decanter of various wines sad spirit Thoee preeent had dlreeted tbenwehre ef hale nod jackets II tkOMgh prepared for a UHKtby stay Their late were Unshed and their manner excited One lady particularly attracted the writers attention She WM tall and certainly not trove than tier fmturce were of great beauty hut the wild unnatu ral light ablest her eyes marred her tovellneea She was it appeared the wife of a yoHng nobleman sad Will daily lo be seen In this or a similar place drinking Mandy wellnigh nest Another tidy no m Mrbat older tint nearly an bandeomf who lying helplessly talaxfefiiad on a much while tits female attendant Wl emlmvorlng t restore liar to eobriely by the MMfrttaa lion of roW water ui tin throMrtkC temples Tbl to only one nletNre of many whisk go to illustrate the alarming tupt that drunkenness among women octnil ofasseti is ttreetly ON the Itt cruse and this pities ef the drinktquestion is the most Important of nil phases as It in the most fnrraelng In Its Infiuvare TEMPERANCE NOTES A once talented lawyer artist au thor ban fellow Mtll mn with a elr rip who can take a alas wiliest harmwIII recenUr pleading with the Judge to send him to prison be cauee he ronld not let liquor alone t ned WM without friends or money j Tile drstlllrrUs of Peoria oosnly 1111 nobx pay tin federal government 83000000 revenue per month Ono of the six dUllllerlM prodHre aV060 gal lens of Dlsohol per day Japan and the United States coniumi a great quan tity of this product In tba msaufnetiira of gunpowder John Hum tbo Unsllili labor lead er says Throughout the centuries the drink shop has been the antechamber to the workhouse the chapel of ease lo the asylum the recrnltlnt station for the hospital the rentlesvou for till gambler tbe gathering groXind for IhtJall- Tho veterans of the American elvll war who meet annually In the nation al encampment of the 0 A n have year that their souvenir hook will contain no liquor advortli meets Through thin decision the or ganization expect lo low 13090 bur they will gain In eirrepcet and In the honor they wilt receive for thus standIng for sobriety and decency Lord A Teetotaler at Sixty Lord Charles Btrosford now appeun as a convinced advocate of tempera ante I do not believe alcohol In any form hits or ovor will do anyone any good he says I am now and since I have entirely giveup wine spirits and beer I find I can do as much work or more physically and mental ly than when I was 30 t am always well always cheery always feel fit If young men who now drink It would do without liquor for throe months I believe thoy would bosom convinced Ibar liquor Is unnecessary GOOD HORSE STALL AAArrangement of Hdy Rack and Mau ger Which Is Improvement Over Old Style Tho features of the horse stall shown In rut are tho hay rack and manger The former li bulls outside the stall and may bo connected with second rtoor by a chute mays bred O Slbley in SiicoaMful Panning It should bo mod nlwnt three feet wldo and 18 Incite delI and the wood gratings ho at least cirht Inohcn apart no that Ibo homo may vastly pass la his head AN IMVIIOVKU IIOUMK STAOU the eym Dottom should slant the manger that catching all 4tDward Tim hone gruplng a mouthful will hold It over the manger while tine where an loose partklen will w caught The unwiteii portione rouiaining lo the reek will nut bo oluu vl 0- J1d bqxaiiM Im ploewl ai nape sto untie of toaster It the raiwtruo tarn fir utabte Brumes have door at bark to feed groin througti without rnrerteg tYe stall Kvrry Mall botiM IK aidedrid m itidlratml in rut oven lit Hoo 14110 run fount hw MI MO twMtIIIC CMH IH mutt twiuy dw pMTod of i A FEW SHEEP DONTS 4 What the Patient Animal Hve te Say In Beferefice to Their Comfort jrtIIIIIIhalland the fUll 1lhK pertinent pr x atm an to hla trealBiMi- tDont pet M In k Mild Mmk jrtOCe ti wmlr the aliir jMHier anti rend matort bIf nunrlers Mont alJetIa to ihrlvfi without pushy of uwSi wear of roftrM we r iiid Ml avow for fly or ail mantas and live but ju try u for a tingle day and se tow you rnloy the change Dust tend rh iwhwhaat and then wonder why wr pall our wool Dojt cnnAflft us to H MOUII open- sbrrl for the wlmr lint sire HS aim a fu yard wh r e cap enjoy hue Vu nth I no- Dont hOok for a profll from us if wlninwl MB straw I JT timothy bay and 10 grain It f l v at In keep us tn it good haarty ooflilten Thia teed for milk OB a ratio of never hsy watt wheat bran larnlM or any pod mitkprotfurJac fcwtl at this is very rmcntlal to our jiHJng whortfrom all your profll la IIrh811IDont as I mold before keep ut on timothy hay alone for In ease you nnd any of tie roW and II I M you will lie telling your oclRhhor we died of grub in ihn linad when In reality it was alack if grub In the fitaroflcb- IX nt Uirn we out on some old bar Ten Hillside In the nurtae us soon ask xR 3OU tan illscovcr a little groen spot In the valley nnd thon declare tier la no 4proflt In sheep Doat If wm have become weak and thin and reface to cwii our young kick club and mlatMc ua and UH Inn Kttage ent sly unat for your Sabbath c ichoal clams to hear taut tie the dog L near by and na wo aro no friend to thewnlne rue oar mother lore soon turns to the Innottnt hslplcsa crca tore nt our vide and the trouble is over Dont sheer us the Drat Of April then leave w out In the open air ex posed to the cold amt storm You would not lor a moment think of maiming a good wheat or corn crop without some labor and oxponsc and U Is the saran with us Jnat exorclso a little pailonce kind Irottment and proper care and haul und we will am ply repay you for your time and trou ble Sonly Leg Scaly leg Is not an horcdltnry dls rae aft nome have supposed It IH Iho product of a minute Insect which gets under the scales and burrows In the remotest crevices Tho Hwelllng resulting tram tho Irritation causes tbe scales to lift uP This make It possible to reach them with kerosene or other destructive SluttJIHorse and Jill Driver With one driver a team will work all day end not fret The minute an other band tokos the reins tho horses may begin to chafe Why Just be cause ono tuna Is master of himself the other Is not Tho horse knows this end nets accordingly Floor for Cows Plank laid In cement mokes the Ideal door under the cows Stone or cement loom are too cold and hard sod cowfl lying on them frequently contract rheumatism SHELTER FOR LIVESTOCK An Important Matter for the Fanner- to ConsiJrr During the Win tel iad Spring Its well for tae farmer to consider whether he has made eulllclont pro visloi fur tho protection of his live stuck There U an old saying that pine boards are cheaper than corn In other words that the farmer cannot afford to burn tho Increased amount of own ncoeeary to kwp up the animal heat where animals ore not provided with proper shelter and yet formers may easily throw away good money by prorid Ing Improper shelters If they will take counsel from tho animals thomselTM considerable of this money might be saved A good many formers have the idol that to feed beef cattle uecoafully they must tx kept In a warm stable In our boyhood days tho underground portion of a banked barn was regarded as in Ideal plato for providing shelUr against tho cold and norms ot winter lixpsrlejieed feeders hold no such opinion now They have found out that feeding rattle In bank corns or any ether barn Involve largely In creoned later HIt and that where cat tie are on full feed they really need no t rofeciton except against the bUs sands of winter and the wet rains of early spring The reason for this le that the heat In variably produced In the dlgeAttou of a half or oven a third of a bushel of corn per day Is all that tho rnimal mqatros lor comfort oven weQthlirIto the north or a atrjw hedgo end windbiouk with sheds long enough and brood enough to allow rattle to take refuge from the protealiMvine orI deep bedding Tills putt Ihfl manure I where it otiHlit to b and saves a vast amoHal of cwt Tin exwrpnec of all eaUle Itaedora and exporlmont stations is wto ihluk that cattle under these uiuaitlonn till bciler ilwn when kept In rlner HiaMM and tended with a greatly wrciuMd rrH ttt of labor Tko cattle hat aeml getter protec ties than this art the dairy eosye and for 1 N rii rtly okvioos reason Rays Walltt1 farmer The dairy row when pnp rly red to devoting her wbote energies to the production of Milk She II therefore peenHarly son autve to changes In the weather eqpc cialty told winds and rain The order In which cattle requlro trot cttoH a an follows Pin tbe dairy row eooRd Mock attic third ratlulAC pule HorM require least of afl and farmers who keep colts other than woaallnga In the stable or barn the year around do them an un klndtiew rather than n kindness A winter ptetvre either of second crop ewer or of hIM crams that has not been paslcred tel In the foal with a hay tack to ran to and a big straw taek on the lee skin nf which they ran leek shelter during Mong Ia about all that the colt requires He needs nrerrlte much more than he needt helter EMBDEN TOULOUSE CROSS bsof Goose Produced from Two Desirable Breeds I oC Bfrdj I llr wli i we Illustrate till kind or blrJ obtained by crowing on HmW den gander on a Tovlouso g wao Myt tho Mirmcr Hevlew The hIPfi art plump anti Mare tine ability to make Tilt KWHDKSTOriAJfSE CIIUS rapid growth For market purposes the eroM IH a good ona Nothing however would be gained by attempt Ing to develop a breed from this cross The vigor obtained by the ono cross would not continuo to manifest Itself In future generations and tho mixing up of the charneterlBtlefl ot the two breeds would give almost endless va nations For market purposes It Is bollovcd i he result U to glue greater power of digestion and therefore of growth Dont Shut Out the Sunlight It U cOllier to put an old board over a broken window than It Is to replace the window panes glut the boards shut out the sunlight Without the good influ + enco of the sunshine tho fowls are not apt to be happy and thrifty Hens will leave a dark house and seek the south Bide of a building whero they can bask In the suns rays Silage Sllago can be utilized to advantage In every section of the country on no count of tho variety of crops from which It can be made and because It la an excellent substitute for grass In winter or summer feeding of farm live stock AH line a quality of silage can be made from sorghum as from any other crop and there seems to be little dif ference between the feeding values duction sorghum and corn clloEC for beef ofI FUTURE OF SIBERIA BELIEVED TO DE WORLDS GREAT GRAIN PRODUCER It la A Land of Promise Where Polar Lights Moke the Night Beau tiful Great Far Country Viwt Siberia will bo the America of he future In spite of the adverse con litions wideawake people of foresight vlll settle and encourage settlement In hat part of the country and Its great idvantnge will soon bo felt and appre slated This says the New York Suu Is the iredletlon of Oscar Eden Loller who recently returned from an exploring tour of the went east and north Siberia ixieudlnK through a year and a half ill tuners his assertion upon the vast ixiant of Siberfci the adaptability of west Siberia for grain raising and tho treat practically untouched mineral de posits of east and north Siberia West Siberia promises to become he grain taU of the world Mr Eden Collar lays The land It suited for train raining and because of Its vast will ultimately produce grain fur all nations Of coarse for the time being only ho rich tracts of land situated on bolD tides ot the great Siberianrailroad will tie considered by settlers It is a splcn fit tableland waSting onlj ue thrifty farmer to bring It Into prominence At the beginning of September last rear I arrived In Yakutsk the most important town In northeast Siberia and the principal ueadquartont of the northern fur trade It Is she tbe most northern telegraph station In the world iltualtttl at 02 degrees north latitude the place at tbe LIme of my arrival routalnod WO Russian political prison irs The steamers on the River Lena run from May to September and during but time of tbti year thing are very lively In Yakutsk Out In the winter mouths everything U very quiet In feed The only note in the place was told at auction while I was there and ntltaikHta of that Mud are seemingly jut of place IB Yukutek Prom Yakutsk I went to Wereho auX the cold out town In the world The Got part of the trip was made on horseback Wo then wont as far us the Allan river on Russian peasant dada and from there over the mountain range of Warchojausk by reindeer ood rernnee There was no path no trail oo Indication of a road only the end toss white glittering snowplains In- Itfipfll1led very seldom with little Krubby trees or bushes We arrived at Werchojausk at mid night October II having left Yakutsk October 19 Tbe place Is hardly inrrcr Ltian too smallest American village The roofs ot the poor eoking tiny leg how are merely frozen snow anti for windows btok5 of transparent Ice are la MM The place ls situated at 07 degrees north laUtudai and IIS degrja il win HtQs east longitude Tbe polar lights sernUllatu there with a splendor and beauty seldom seen by kuman eyes Alight vapor of Ice crystals hovers a ihort diMsnre above the ground con rlnually THAT WAS ONE TOO MANY PioviUofice Did n Whole Lot for Htm Hut Sort of Twisted Things Speaktn of what they call dlipen tluns ot 1rovldonce said the ol t farniur Ive had home experience In that direction I once tied a 300 barn insured lot fila After u few days I heard ot a man wno had a kicking row She was warranted to kick over any human bvlng who sat down torolik her I went Ur wro the man end the cow Mow much P iwyi I Take har for flO says he- I paid the uash and took liar home and I says to my hired man Jim you neednt milk the kkkir until after dark Thou take ft lantern with you All right says Jim And he foe lowed my Instructions And he was kicked over the lan torn was smashed uud the barn burned P wait queried ExactlyAnd Insurance wan paid That was where Providence took n turn replied the farmer Providence got me tho Insurance Providence sent me after that kicking cow ProvidenceI burned tho barn but aurn my hide If Providence didnt twist things around 10 that I had to take 200 InHiirunco dud 1 was almost three years setting U Old Saying Applied I am agreeably surprised at the room you have given me said the manager of tho theatrical troupe with a patronising air It IB really flrst data Ab replied tho proprietor of the hotel your room U better than lour company Philadelphia Public Ledger Running No Risk Ilardup Ill never go to that res taurant again Tho last time I was there u man got my overcoat and left his in Ito place Woloff IJut tho proprietor wasnt to blanvi was h01 No but I might meet the oh r- manTales ParisIfof beaom Ing another Paris In fact as well as in theory sit will thud liftelf bankrupt In grim earnest long betoosuch a iream6an bo even partjaliy realise =IJuno Ayres Herald CARGOES OF FAT TURKEYS Boatloads of the Holiday Birds Collected in West Virginia and Ohio Loaded from guards to the roof of tho tejtua with crates of turkeys geese ducltH and chickens tintll thoy reaem ble old Nouns ark the steamers Keystone State Greenland and Kanawha are plowing their way up the Ohio says tbo PltUburg Dispatch of a recent dateShipments of from GOO to 800 crates of poultry are not an unuusual load lor ono boat to tiring Into PltUburg and packets have arrived with even the upper dock piled high with crates until the texas was hidden from sight and tho pilot house peeped over a rag gOd bulwark of crates of clacking gobbling fowls Starting from Ironton on Friday morning the Keystone State headed up tho river through the rain and fog It was cold dreary and deserted along the river but whore a road cut through the willows Indicating a landing a pile of crats wood waiting and as the heat tamped the tank und the gangplank dropped a tank native who had evi dently been there all night slept out of a shelter under the lee of tie crates sad sail tilings about steamboat s that always tspt a fellow walling Ills freight was soon on beard and as tho boat backed out ho mounted his wagon back among the willows cracked his theIAshland produced more turkeys and Chickens and before the boat reached Catlotliburg a landing was made where a cloud ot smoke marked a canipllre on the shore A rather small boy with a very long double barreled shotgun stood guard over halt a dozen orates ot turkeys and a calf lie had been left here on the previ ous afternoon to guard the shipment until the arrival of the lust Making a shelter nf wlllowx und a fire ot drift wood hr had paused a fairly com for table night cooked his breakfast ot bacon und coffee In a tin can and an old frying pen In spite of the cold ruin which startel In early In the morning and would have waited another day and night for the boat If necessary Catloltttburg produced a good big nlilpmcnt from up tho Big Sandy and as the boat pasted Huntlngtn every landing on both sides of thin rlv4r seamed to produce something In the poultry lit Sometimes It was a sin gle crate at other landings huge pilot of them Many fine turkeys come from back In the hills of West Via Klnte whore they run wild until tall Teen as the corn crop Is garnered the turkeys are ted up until by Thanksgiv ing they are fat and n good condition rransportatlnn then to the river would be rough work If they were crated on the farms but an turkeys and geese will drive big flocks of them are driv en over tho rough rcwUB traveling a9 fast u a man walks The birds will make from 15 to 20 mites n day and when evening corona they porch on the nenrcH fence or tree and roost till I I morningAt c Landing a commission man told or anpW woman err 70 who had driven n nook of over 800 turkeys and genre from 3fi mules buck In the hills bringing them in without the low of a Blncle fowl In pile of her long trip the Unto were In good tan dillon and utter a rmtpln of days rest and good reeJ =a wire as fat and plump all ever No Risk I understand sear life Insurance company rugardtM ymi z H an xeepllon ally good rttk No answered Urn 1111111111111 poV Icyliolilor I wifsin ally risk 1 was a sure thiasWavbiUStne Star t- QernmnyB Hulditi Mete Though Germany tune nelilMoU for 35 years 4ht IB ertI adding to the strength of itm denllliM and hat lust built three more treat feral onramand log the plateaus of Urntelotto and AnmgvllUers- ro=MARKET REPORTS Dec 3 1851400IIo 6151641WIIEATNn l hole creamery n AIPIRSOhnlc II 00 ti Ii fill Per bush O 4i If ootloldi CIllfAlO- FIOU Wintir rwdent I 5 tO tr 6 AI WHUATNo t rat ri4 wilt No 3 Mil 1J I xS CORN No S inlxw- lOATSNO 47 t7 471 s mixed I III I01tKM RYICNA S 1n 45 57 l ATII H 4unmunmNIGH YORK PIpnnWintr sirmta 395 t2I 1 u- utvItl red 9i COttNNn 3 mtxrd rG 39tOATHN 2 tnlx1 31 UVIVr stern 0 76 lOHKMw Jt M- IAUI nit 15 iitrum 70 75 UALTIM011- BVllKATNo J trod q n OUNNo 3 mixed 0 49- 1CA1TIJtRlottIrtI 400 t 4 W 11 0S Ureaaed 0 t ro 1OU1SVIMB WIIWATNo 2 roil OQHNNO 0 n OAT Nu 3 mixtji S4 V I 14 M es 130- 1LAUDflllDm QyT6o INiIANAIOT1L- W11RAT n red 90 CORY Aq Z tnixel 611- 4OATitNo 2lnitcd U GeS eee G G 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I t Phone 188 Richmond Ky IOUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 1 l 1Ytr tV lrftI +od od od od od o FO+o bod od o+O +O +o+o+O +O+od o+o+o4o+od o+o+0 o t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o la here and every housewife wanta one or more 4J newo CARPET or MATTING Take a TiOOlc Through Our Stock0 It will surprise you how well and bow reasonably we can Q sunnly your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD + New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines F25 980 and t35 worth SfJJ f60 and W5 EVANSoPboue47COouFo Fo Fo +o+o Fo +ata+od o++od od oiloil o hoq nd od ad od od o Fa Fo N Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts GracefulUseful bodyfinishcarri giveNo than HERE No better time to buy then NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We and retir Get our prices KENTUCKY F HIGGlPiSi Prop RJcimorJ Ky Madison County Roller Mills rleyeldldel4lei Fancy Roller Flour Con Meal Ship Stuffs CrusHcd Carl Elci Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be f hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent FUor t44daldaIalaII Potts Duerson- I I I Stapes Ky e- Vkite LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea fl40a m Arrive Richtnond415 a m Arrivo Paris5c28a i- nAnivsCinrinnati750 a m DIng North Train 2 Dilly Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Pa is890p m Arrivo Cincinnati 010 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave HereRl11 p m Arri7e Knoxville 810 p m Going South K Train I Dally Leave Berea1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 7KK a m EQUIPMENT Train numbew 1 and S any Buffet Pulor car and coachei between Cincinnati and KnoXTllIe In both directions Tr ini num ben t and 4 carry Pullman renlbuled Sleeping rr and couches between ClncinuMl ville In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ft ATLANTIC NY CO Tim table In ICect April U I90S FAST FOUND rol No S JU O Vtnalllil lUll Lm 530 p sNIcnoUiTlIU 1100 1M Valley View lla 7tu Richmond ar 11J 119 Richmond U1ZM P n130 a m Irvine LOT 780 BtUyTlll TO 1 lllM- Baattjf till Jot Ole IOM WEST BOUND No 2 No 4 No 5 Tenalllei TM a u sn p M NleholaiTlll 065 327 Vat I View 125 70- 0RlchmondIv500 135 Richmond ar TI3 g 1111 1 JO- Irrlna 53 p m llls- Bealtyfllle iS 1060 a as- Beatlrillle Jet S 30 1030 No 2 sad e1 and S mats class eonneciloni at Nlehota rUl to and trots Laxiujlon and Clncl ecU and at Vtnalllat to and from ShelbyrUIs and Louisville Nos connects at BiaUrvlUa Junction lot Jcboa For any CUrthtr Inform Uaaddrass 557 8y9MITR O Buggies Surries Traps Durable I Comfortable Stylish repaint repair CARRIAGE WORKS- C Manufacturers RAILROAD AlitVeraiUsi Call at T J Moberleja and see the best line ot- CPLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING- That you need for the horse Can and get prices they will induct you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky 4 PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETQ Bought at topnotch prices bye JS 0011tDepot Street BHlltJtl A Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for g Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for stale comfort and wear is known everywhere throughout tile world They have to give better satltfactlon than i other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect rnore for their money than they can get chinhere i We carry n full line and can insure a perfect j fitf inspection invited COYLE e HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I 1 1 I I 1 I I I 1 11 I 11 1 lMHI IlI 1 I 1 I II 11 1 1 1 I I I 11+11 1 I I I I Berea and Vicinity J IGATHIIUD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESj I LLLfTThe first week in tho New Year Have we all started ns we wnut to go through the your T A collector for the whiskey dealers of Richmond was in tout lust week with a big shoaf of hills We wonder i if he all any trouble in collecting We trust that no subscriber to the Citizen had to pay out good money to redeont Miss Ads Clark and Miss Marsh entertained fifteen oouplos of their friends at Professor Marshs at Pro gressive Somerset January I The Misses Welch left for Lexing ton Tuesday Miss Grace Straight i waS their guest over the holidays Mr and Mrs Stevens have moved into their now houdb on Chestnut Avenue Mrs Fay of Champaign 111 is visiting friends in Boon On account of the dedication of the new Chapel January 7th there will be ho morning service at the Baptist churchMisses Bessie and May Harrison and Miss Hays visited relatives below Lexington over Sunday and Monday Messrs Monroe and Scott McGujre of Beattyville were the guests of the Misses Duncan Sunday Beginning with the issue for Janu ary 11a history of the Eighth Regi mont of Kentucky Volunteers will be published as a serial in the Citizen This is something that no G A R man can afford to miss as the books raro and already out of print Mr J S Bolton of Richmond was the guest of Mr Will Duncan i Saturday and Sunday Mr tM Diznoy brother of Pro fessor Dizney left with his family for Indian Territory lust Tuesday noon Mr Diznoy has lived in the great West before and was homesick for openMr I D Holliday will occupy tho buildingnow in use by Mr Williams the jeweler and notion merchant very soon President Frost eutortaiuud Icssra EngleGayand Dr Cornelius at dinner on Wed nesday evening The advertisement of the combina tion magazine otter with the Citizen has been withdrawn but if any who have not yet taken advantage of the offer still wish to do so thuy should send in their subscriptions at once The serial Dri and I is finished and has proven very popular As soon ns we can find something else publishedthree weeks Mr Tuppor starts today for a short visit in Kansas He will bo gono about two weeks and Mr Gros venor will have charge of tho Citizen in his absencQ Mr W D1 LbssdontChas bought m and moved into the house on Center Street occupied last ycatibyMr Will F Flanery Wesley Frost left Tuesday nigh for Oborliu Thu streets loqk quite lively sine the students began to come back JI is expected that tho attendance till term will be the greatest in t h history sf the Institution Mr Racer bmoved his bttrbe shop into tile room lately occupier by Mr Boggs Mr Coyle soninkw of Mr W D Logsdon has come to amist in tin work of the store hors Tho Annual Meeting of the Union Church will be hold ou Saturday a the Parish House The Ladies Ah Society will serve dinner at 12 m The regular business meeting will folldw dinner immediately All members of the Church whetiia residents or students aro onrnestl requested to attend the Annual Meo big and Dinner There was a attendance at the Watch Meeting t Church Sunday night and a very in teresting service I Attention is againcall0d to thi Lecture Course the first number oI which will be on tho night of Tues day January 0 This will bo the rendering of Sheridans great play The Rivals by Frank 1 Stowe All should attend this first numbs of the course Will Fi ley tint boywho was shot at Bear Wallow on election day has partly recovered His wounds have healed but ho is unable to use his lugs and so lies helpless Tie ones who did the shooting aro said to have left the country Only a feeble attempt was made to arrest them Mrs Lamson is much better so that she has been able to sit up for two or three hours The General Committee of the Union Church will hold Its first meeting of tho year at tho pastors studnoxt Monday night for the appointment of Committees and the arrangement of the program for tin year It will be noticed that the Citizen will hereafter bo a supporter of this rights of the plain people of the state and the country and In this time of ring rule ill Kentucky there is bu 0110 party banner under whichu pa fur attempting this can enroll sertthe Republican While will be no startling Change in tin paper in other respects help will bt given to Republican interests as oc casion serves Communications o1 interests to good citizenship will b welcomed from whatever source bu we heron ftur forsake the attempt tt sit on the fence and come out to fight for the with those who appeal to us to btuloiug so most effectually CardsVisiting oucdroan bo hall at tho CHlMnOlllce Aluininuu i Gasa with your uqmt engraved Qnit antl cards to fit Ui UlSa al fprQn117Gconl or 100 for one hundred cards and case I HM HIM 11 llltHM 111 H tCollege Items HERE AND THERE IIllIIIHMltll1Hllll1 Prtsidcnt Frost loaves uoxt week fur n visit to the East iu the interest i of the College Six hundred and thirty three students wore enrolled by Wodnes day night and more will come in for the next two weeks A letter from Mr C B Cheney of Cleveland 0 is at hand wishing all the Burnt friends a vory very happy and profitable Nov Year He steaks of the great good n visit from Mr and Mrs Stanley Demtnon u few witks ago did him and of his enjoyment of the news V f friends in Beroa The opening Chapel exorcise Wed nesday morning was nn inspiration to all who were fortunate enpugh to be present Prof Dinsmoro led tho devotions President Frost gave a characteristic talk to the students The now automatic telephone will be instilled for cloven stations by ruing The Social Tuesday night was quite a success tho there seemed to be u little hesitation out the part of the students in entrusting themselves to the guidance of Professor Rutnold in the giddy mazes of tho promenade The orchestra played inspiringly Miss Coddington Mr Rocer and Mr Combs recited and all j talked and had a good time Dr j Hubbell warmly and very aptly wel chilled the now students to the town and tho College Father Rogers him been invited to attend tho Dedication services of the I Now Chapel to offer the dedicatory praerIon visit to Springfield m visited the j Lincoln monument and the house which Mr Lincoln occupied when he lived In Springfield He saw many greatCA list of tho new students will be L wetlkjAUthis week to give tho usual College locals I Tho friend who gavej tho new thatej a special nor the students most relish be given on I I this day of the Dedication A door has been cut from the Registrars office in Lincoln Hall into Number tiwhioh enables a con tinuous procession of students to pass j through the Registers office and thus greatlyistone crossing across Main Street opposite the HospitalI isrnowyDr Cowloy in out again though stillsomewhat weak Souvenir postal cards can be had at the Cooperative Store Those to send views of Berea Col lpge andvicinity to their friends can find them there at a low price Take Laxative Cold Cure at night and feel O K in the morning At Porter Drug Co DYSPEPSIAAlmost ery other man and woman you meet Js af flicted with this terrible disease ia some stags until it acquires full strength an- dsuddenly seizes them in- the most violent form Is your petite fie lc1 Do you with fre quent headaches and dizziness and dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition and energy 1 Do you toss and tumble at night unuble to sleep These arc alt symptoms and forerun news of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwelFstaxatlv PepsineIaU traces of it from DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN is the greatest preparation ever offered Ifor dyspepsia everytDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can bo obtained in both dollar and druggistsYour halfI youYour wffl bung by return mall our new booklet DR CALOWELLS toIno- wPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlccllo Illinois For Sale byS E WELCH Jr BEREA KY YO tli lint1or Ihi tUII Ilur beginning of this Now Year tho Citizen wlJIuhocuitl tho Hiipport of the lioptihliunn party us the proper course for those who wish to promote this highest welfare of our Commonwealth We lake this position in no narrow or partisan spirit If the Kopubli calls numinuto n weak or unto vo slwll ho free to hadCU11I1I11 and voto against him s1la11l01fulJlaws so unjust and tho pooplt so j hindered frtiui tho exercise of their taoPPolOIof fiiiriiuns and justice IItuntIsjare set for tho winter term of tho College This ought to insure iv large purchase of season tickets im ovary one may be reasonably sure of 1JOiontodI Singleadmission coats for children under fourteen I fifteen cents Season tickets one del- lar for adults sixty watts for ehlldrun Tho course consists of two very abp and striking lectures two enter tiiiuiiuuts by great Imporsoimtora and a unique musical combination It will be two months from the first to the last The course opens next Tuesday night tho Oth inst with tho I famous Monologue Sheridans Hi Ivals by Professor Frank J Stowu reputationIllSan iiujwrsonator lIe represents some tun different chnrootere keep ing them distinct throughout Old and young eduootod or unwluaitod eau derive entertainment and instruction from listening to this great entorlninmeut- j It is desirable that tickets be so cured before this evening of the en tertainment so far us practicable For the present they may be ob Bllrg68lInl or Miss Mhiurvu Woodward Aliuut HII rn Knuliirky irrew TPMOM ILpleo 2U 1006 The Citizen Item Ky We have had n iiieo dry and warm- Chrlstmu8Corn husking is all over with and fartuero lisre are busy shelling and hauling their corn to market Corn is worth thirtyeight cents per bushelsaw W C Martin on or street today Ite is boring with a big and with his own auger nl that lie is one of tho prominent farmers around Tusooln 13 C Martin sold a fine brood sow to B D Taylor for twentyflvo othorIpounds Boys eons on to tho wast whore you cnn enjoy good health NAVXIB MARTIN For Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a full line of uptodate Goods Dragging to Death A miserable invalid suffering front disordered functions uervotignufiH falling feelingsdizzness indlgostfour hilioufness constipation find relief in Wino of Cardui and Thedfords Black Draught two of the most valuable reliable scientific cur ative medicines known for this treat moat of sick women They are sold at all drug stores end should be iu per home Try them Prof Smiths Graduates Have Secured Fine Positions In Bunks Morcantilo and other enter ptlrIand board at Prof Smiths College Before attending they received about S25 Write him and he will send you circulars and information how you can do the same Address Wlbur R Smith Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE Illiif pnr Inrny trop and Mock On Thursday January 25 loon at my residence near Manse Garraftl county Ky I Will soil to the high est bidder my farm of ninotythreo acres of good rich fertile land ill a high state of cultivation It Is well gootliporches cistern good outbuildings two good ponds and springs two good stock burins out good tenant house of four rooms and one oruh Fruit of all kinds and good grapo arbor The farm lays well within one quarter mile of postollico church school etc The terms ofsulo will be one third cash onethird in ono year cud one third In two years I M R HiMSBY- W P PREWITT Auctioneer 6ft A- ClEANSER INoradds no artificial coloring tot sin- Do not cover up esinalooreom plosion Does not plaster over wrinkles in t at for a day they do not show It simply lets abused Nature resume her rfM work It cleans out the dirt and blackheads sunk deep into the pores and the rosy more free to flow brings back the blush of ruddy healthrPompeian Massage Cream contains no will not promote the Krowtk of hat Removes shine from the face No Is necessary after lu uie Eradicates wrinkles ftltt 00 enb nod 5100 pet Jar The Porter Drug Co1 c1osuo TEe n b9 Furniture is a Necessity w g 1You must have it to make your home room look and feel comfortableti 1forthe winter There i 1time to buy than now and we h votthings you need Kitchen iingroom and Parlor Furniture Bcdtitroom Dab Carpets Pictures etcWt LOUIS O LESTER W t Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave l Phone enV The Little Four American Fence 4 ft high 28 cents per Rod 500 Locust Posts 15 cents each Peerless Washing Machine 275 Building Paper 40 cents per Roll i f A P SETTLE Jr r t 00000000000000000000000800 Io0 0 Read This 0 0 0 0 o 0- o 0 0 0 o 0 Go to Friendsfor Advice o s o iTo Women for Pity 7 i To Strangers for Charity o r eo o To Relatives for Nothing e- o To US for Low Prices and Honest Values i- o o o 0- I The New Cash Store j- o 1 RHODU QRGEN CO PROPRIETORS i- o 0 o 1 ooooooooooooooooo oooooaoo oo r A 1 N1Ws N TtS OF GENERAL INTEREST iTiltellienco Collected muj Giver f to Our Headers in n Con r IdtLBetl Forul JDOMESTIO AND FOREIGN ITEMS Y 11 I Summary of Prominent Evnts That Have TakenPlpce During the Past Few Days The Movements of Government Officials The Russian Revolution ale caimlil during the flghtlnr between rovoiiitlouarie and troops In the streets of Moscow Is ostltnnted at t 6000 kllkxt and 11A00wnuaded with 1 tho Oghilnc Mill iKH edlng The drtv tar force behind both the troops and j the react la nu longer that of crathu sHtsm or of any human ImpwlM It II thr force of superhuman hate ond hence the dMCla rtfwrtod are u4 t the Bate of pAtriots soldiers or otharwlse t JJut the cnurniltlwi of madmen r Bmperor Nicholas and Count Wltu s rneoltiMi a report from Olin De hu eff Rovrrnor ganernl of Mow say teE that the revolt than had failed hat the military Jed thu ultuatlon In hand and bat whatever defection may have existed amour tha trop Wall ororootno by attacks ou thorn wltl bombs anti revolvers to which the 1 had been subjected from the window r t and roofs of houses and which had Iiuenraged thorn that they could hard i ly be restrained The revolutionists are now artlnc In three divisions and are kwplng up i the conflict with the troop with great c energy at Mnmow Women among particulariardent tn keeping up tbo The casualueron tho nth woro wry heavy The revolt at Moicow nn the 88thI wan practically over an i the strike will br called oft Comparative quiet ftfevailpd for Ofn Doueaatuff In acting with great energy and hun tkvtto of member of the DniJinA pro already lIeN id tile harp Th arlkrrs have boat heart Oee tlaroa BuOtclkorg Wi St PH sgrrriIPMaralrars regatta that tin hit ever captured hy iHnrgfnio Mlteellaneeus Items L it Androw C llawlHon In his report to titt invpntlitili rooiifliMi admit i iItsLsire to render a stat MUPn I herrtofore of all the tnottayt he had rcHv d Hs utters to make It Rood Andrvw Hamilton the l9Bl lntlv agent for tha New York Life TMurunrc re who aoeorHlng to teaURilbay bas boon iHitruatvd vMh hiindreilanf tbon amH of dollars by the company and hat not accounted for 883BOOO hat bwn lizard from by the legtalftUte ins sl Hrace InveAllgaUoa comiuUlff but has dwllned t6 make sui aeeouiiUhg- Dlatnct Attorney Jerome i celvod A ropy of all the vldouee thus tar Mubroitted to the Innuranco Investiga I tion oommJtte A apectal grand Jury probably will be ompanolloxjn Febru cry to consider the teetlmonf It ia probable that Indictments will be found against 60 Insurance mOD In i Now York and that will have to taco the grand jury Tho bust legal talent i la New York baa been ongaxtu by the vartoas district offietala of the meal once company Howard Chnnowotu under sontoncq or CO years for killing City Marshal Kllburn In Silver City N M was roeI cued by masked men l After a oonferimo with Attorney Littlepage ot Western Icnhnylvnnla a member af the Roneral counsel which tested several hours the nations al ifllGoni of the United Mine Work I era of America are much encouraged over the general outlook for tbe na tlonal convention w bo held to Indian apolis State Health Officer Tabor of Tex HS has wrlttou to Surgeon Oonernl Wyman ofthe United States public health and mArino hospital service asking him to do sanitary work tn oulslana and Mississippi this winter Ono person was killed and two mol tally wounded In A quarrul over cards In Wlso county VirgInI- an soil survey of the department of hgriculluro has mapped 15752320 i acres ot land during tho past fiscal year according to tho annual roport of the soils bureau Byron Scott 18 son of C IL Scott A member of tho West Virginia legis laturo lies at his home in Bethany W ValIn a critical condition from the effects of an assault alleged to havo been made on him hy Jobu and Chas Whitsett Viscount Sluzo okl line been pI pointed Japanese ambassador to country Midshipman Stephen Decatur jnof IMrtamouth N H a member of tho I first class of midshipmen js char dd with complicity Iri hating nt tho naval academy and ho la to bo tried by court f martial i Poatnlastor Will Smith was shot and fI Instantly killed by lion Marsh at Boll Ivat The affair It Is under Is tho result of Marshs atten tions to Miss Hlllhouso tho postmas tere stepdaughter In a tattle between ilcBpera Hoot uerrJV1UIu1 Cross noatJHphoc Uw y two nogroea were killedliadllt ilyd Captured T vw r 0 rl I Jack OTlHen the tiuj Mc who rflo fonauthorizedto JntnOB J Jorfrtoa the retired heavy weight champion Throe nfcn were instantly killed by a pHBwngtr trail near Drawley atrcoi crossing of the Southern railway al parlanburg S C The om alai count or rotM enu t- New York county for mayor at the laai etootfon shows tlmt MoGellun rcoelv I eil H04G4 Heurst 123391 and hln8 04580 Mayor McCloIlan received his cortlfl ctor KHilooJloii und beta are now piyablu MoClclkxn appeared bofort JiBtco feavlntriu in chambers anil vsas sworn In as mayor of New Tan oty far the coming tour yuan District Joromos plurality woo in rrcafod by nearly 5000 over tho polio returns made on election night by the official returns mule pubjfo by the ward Of elections W b Itobton of Boston supreme loervtary of tint Hoyul Arcnnunvstat Id that the Bpprwne council legal rep revcniativea hull decided to appeal from the decision of Judge Qnynor ol Nw York which virtually nullineil hit hw rate tim went Into etteo October 1 InwtdMt Carlo F Morale of Sat Domingo ulamtlsflocl with cabinet out port left the capital with a tow fol to wore lib Intention Is said to be to Join JlmlnoK In opposition to Horaolo amt ceullleta between the two force are Imminent The Merchants Trust Co Memphis Tenu Is In Um hind of a rvcelver The Amoriron Savings Hank and Trust Co which IA dominated by tho dlreo orate of the Mefehnnts Trust Co tearing that the ralluro of tbo other Institution Mnuld cause a run on Ita own dftposlts also suspended payment Cable advice received at the slab department at Washington from Sat Durango arc to the effect that the cabinet has taken ovor tho government and tiamttd Vico President Cuceres as ho succoaeor of President Morales- Aa soon an she can bo commission ed tine srulMtr Dlxto will bo ordered h- the Was Indie carrying u strong marine Rtmrd for wall survloos as con iHtlonn natty require The UnmbftrUnd LoyallKi Cannel wlch met In Nashville Twin at lit- seeelon adapt d resoluUuaa protwitlnft agaln t me propenud union of tho CumlrtTluHd Prwaliyurlan church with the Presbyterian eHureti In the United Hints A doable trawdy iworteil ChrMmaa evening at OwtUa Tens near titVirginia 9Mtnassoy llnft ruwtflng In this Instant rfmith of ItCIIMe N rhota sad the fatal woMBdiRs of BHaa Ureen- Ital give use to a ooHdlttoa In that tttfrtto bortnnaK HI a Ute of war In his aniinaJ report First AMUtnnt EVnuaauUr Qeoeral Hlfrhoocj aaya thM that low nalaricB iu d elerka to tint sad autos i clues pout offices II decreeting the standard or ffloefloy There has ben an Inorewte of morn than 18000000 In tho amount of do mantis and of more than 1000900 In the amount of fort tpn money onion tMHMl during the year over the out preceding Sonalur Irakor has lidded to remain fn Washington for the holldaya II lieu bats his intention to visit Gin cinnati The iiuatpr baa Imen tdls luoeod lDoe oogrnl UJWlUI dl- lVe Alexander J IInJ 1t mars of tho National IHrltrelQOnr rence In addressing thr state seJiool touch tre HUKR atn l that III tio matter ot defectlvn chi drcn the oaslost way to extermlnatu this class was olthor eeg reiptlnn or chloroform Tony Bibs was klllH andjhrets oth urs wero wounded at a near Urooks Oa Fart man train No 37on h I- Parr mllrnad wan wrecCett II flvu ttorMina boiittriaJMCgi ls charged tho striking ttooK laborora with bayonets as they W M attcinptlnc to gain entrance 46 the docks Iri Qrdnr to force tho Inbortirf at Ia RoohQlla Franco in cease woflfi A number of persons warn woundoi Mrs 1IJlowlll wife of thn caih i of tho Illinois club committed PtiTclde her borin In i jSMarshalburg 0 vita shot In tho abdomen whllo attempting with his deputy William Scott to arrest five men aum pcotcUof the car barn robbery at To ledo O Several suspects havo been arrested Tho greater part of Northern Santo Domingo is said to bo in favor of Gen Morales limo fugitive president Of that repub1lc Itt Is understood Ul1t Mot des loft tho capital In order to Join his partisans In tho north and Hop nod lgue tho govornoj of lldntp Chrlstl with his follosiws havo cono to moot 101 ural os I lTho gigantic dry fi Dower rondo an auspicious Btartstfiom Annapolis Md on Its H jjUlotrlp to the Phil ipplno Islands under the direction of Comtnandorll U liraloy U S N By the premature cncploslpa ot a dy namite charge in the Kwitner mlno at Btoyortown Pa Charjss Johnson own Ham Ravage and Edward Uerkoollo woro blown to pieces flubs Jlugbcs a well to do farmer af Itockwall county Texas was killed at tho home of a married son by an thor son Charles Hughes 18 In solf iJefenso All amateur boxing mabcs spar ring contests pugilistic tpurtimcqta ntld overy ty or the ark Is lobo pilllted In Chicago rrol I tv lon A tank cpijlajnjng bromide gas wmchi wu beh uto operato II sterenn an lant S 11iJho Salvation army riackfl a1CJ l exploded and fad- illy injured Ca who was orking th7ltat5 u Itho JlulJnan prisoners nt Toklo arc eMBperated at the dokty In their reo p trtntlon Tine revolutionary uplrl Ie spreading among them Alex BOn lnlrl a Hlrmlnghatn nfi pro who attempted the life of Polio moan hoary Nichols at Elkmont Ala injuring him slightly was pursued by a hundred men and brought back to Ute town with a rope around bin neck and his body rlddlod with bullets Capt William Mogg master ot the whaler Bonanza who arrived In Scat tie Wash saya Capt Amundsen ac compllshed all of the mutters rchtlv to tho location of the northern mag nolle polo and sailed his yltillcl through the northwest passage On a main highway and In brand daylight Paymaster William 8chi ol of the Delaware Illvcr Quarry and Construction Co New Urunswlck NJ was rubbed of tho monty which he wqs carrying to pay on 200 Italian la Lorurs of the company Tbd Turkish government has pre- tented a noto to the Austrollungarlfli governmnt Informing it that thu Mac odoulan committees in Bulgaria aro lireiwrlng fur an uprising In Macodu nla In the cotnlUB spring Throe hotels and svora other hulk legs adjacent to them woro badly dam aged by fire which broke out In 11ft grocery store lu the basamunt of tho old Porter hotel Niagara Palls N 7 Total loss J1HUOO A concerted movement toward re forming the game or foiitball in Uu colleges and universities of AmorUr was begun In New York when thorop reeentallvaa of 08 Instlttitlona agree to not together In uuourtng tliu adop Lion of rules and an unforcumont oC thorn In all about 25 men are hollered to have boon drowned who the Ufltfst bark Pasn ot MOlfort foundered on the rooks off Amphratrito Point mmr Victoria n C Several bodies and much wrcodago has boon washui ashore Cov Terrell has granted roxpltes or CO days to tbo tlmw Kuwllngs and Alt Moore the negro who wuru mm tencod to be hanged ut Vuldovta Uu January 5for the murder of thu Cur tor children In Low lidliS county According to latest reports rvcolvcr front tho Orient the boycott In tlblnt hat become so serious tbat a nniubei of American houses have closed thin oars until the condlUous fhuug wealthfreguilty of the murder of into Kioto kow 10 years oM in his residence II Roger Park Chicago was bimtrntwt by Judge Damn to 46 yenta lu tint mmltentlary Final tfjis ware taken iiy ut gov eminent toward securing It iighihotw at Dtantood Shoaa Capo Mntioras N CPour death occurred undor groitiu In the Ids topper mines Wm Phil HIM sad aarauol Richards Carntshmea wero killed In the TrI loulllnln minei by a tailing rook Alfred Wostorburg A miner In Red Jacket sbiit of tin Caliimot Hocla mine dropped dead and Lawrence llrtnic was struck by a falling rock The federal grand Jury at Chlcngt ryurniwl an Indictment against tin ChIcago Hurirrieton Qulnoy rail Mall Dnrlus Mlllor Ilrst vloo prest dent and C 0 Burnhuni foreign freight agent on the charge of grant- Ing railroad rofeateft The late Cf olla A AVolaey former ly H vaudeville ixarformor HI New York bequeathed 18000 tyr thn cart of her dog parrot and a tinge or ivi blrdJ Control of tho Loulavlllo Fasten Electric railway extending from lent lavlllo to Beard Station has heart oV talncd by Joseph T Klllott iSnnfi ni Gates Co of IndlnnnpollH tnd loaf bnew owners aro now carrying on it V work of refinancing tho company Tho activity of the bureau of plant Industry of the dopartrruwt of grlcul irb In Its efforts to Improvu u rtrni tjaralcondltlons tbrou hiut the Uuitisi States U sot forth In the annual ic port of tho director or the uroau JJi u T Catloway Time gastcrn executive board of the Amalgamated association mot In Iteud- ing11a together with duogatuH from 10 lodges of the organisation It wuu decided to ask for an Incrciwo of12I per cent In wages buglunlug Janu cry IL- Five officials of tho Carriage and Wagon Worker union nmli two of their alleged hired sluggers who have boQn on trial In tho Chlauii criminal court for conspiracy worn found gull and all of them will be sent to tliu Ilenllollt14ryunlC1Jt they lire granted now trials- Judge McPherson of tho United Stains district court Philadelphia re fused a now trial to Henry Lear the former president of tho Uoylestown t Pa National bank convicted of nun applying the funds of tho defunct in stitution The fact has developed that In addl ion to Midshipman Stephen Decatur jr charged with four instances of inns Ing another member of tho graduating Mass Is undor the satire charge and others will bo brought to trial uuder lice allegations v- Irlncess RiaVica Colonna daughter of Princess Colonna and granddaughter of MrslallIi W Mack ny Will marriwl to Jules Do rOnOurlolr at 1lirls Patrick Fox passenger on the steam er THUS who arrived at Galveston Tex from Havana Is at tho John Sea 1y hospital isolated and thoroughly icrevmed guttering from yellow fever h members ofUnlon No 3 Unit i1 I lrie Workorf il1crlco 1laziN- pqt I hn derided to present to glttrsrail td n tbo r vrniroutiAHLtS Noted Knihvny Financier Tossed Away in Now York City Mrs Yerkes Who Had Been Estranged When Notified Her Hue v band Was Dying Relented and Went To Hie Bedolde New York Dec 30 CoarIes T Yokes the noted railway financier ot Chicago and London diM In his apart monte nt tho WaldorfAstoria hotel where he had boon Ill for more than I six weeks Mr Yorkoa suffered front a complication of diseases growing out of a severe cold which he con tracted in London early in the fall Ills condition had been critical for ton days past Mrs Yorkos who had been catranged from hot husband for some time was notified that Mr Yerkos was dying and she rolonted and wont to the hotel and was present when ho died This was the first time Mrs Yerkes had boon at the hotel during her husbands Illness Tho dootb was peaceful but unexpected at the time Charles T Yerkos was born at Phil adelphia Juno 2C 1837 He began his business career as a clerk in the grain commission trade in which he was engaged until 1868 Ho was an exchange broker from 1868 to 18C1 bank iwr tom 18G1 to 1886 making a ape natty of dealing in bonds failed Snt J871 and aa he was in debt to the city of Philadelphia for bonds sold on- its account and refused to give the city preference over other creditors he was convicted and Imprisoned for misappropriation of public funds but afterward pardoned and tho convic IllegalIhis fortune at the time failure in 1873 and 74 Ho was prominent In street railway operations In Phlla delphia from 1860 and since 1886 In Chicago where he was long at the hond of the North and West Side and several suburban and elevated railway corporationsHe the University of Chi cago with a tuleecopo costing about 400000 which is said to be the larg lit and finest In the world and is lo cated In the Yorker observatory at Lake Geneva WIs Mr Yerkos hod an oBlo In Wan ittroot New York THE REDS CRUSHED Believed They Can Not Quickly Recover From Their Defeat St Petersburg Dec 3QJfhe sup prewtton of tile insurrection at Moscow and the certainty that similar upris ings elaewhere will bo crushed mark the ctfllapso of the first attempt of tho- U cIS to overthrow tho government arms and administer a defoo from unich it Is not bollovedJn government circles tin revolutionaries can quickly ifocver Now that the smoke of battle la clearing away the utter hopoleasncsa ot the conflict seems to bo apparent In dosporatlou undoubtedly the re volutariea will again have recourse to acts of terror which they will spring at the most unexpected moment Tho country has quieted down and tho cab- Inet now hopes that tbo selections to the douma are assured and that tha government can devote its time to tho suppression of tho revolt In the Batlo provinces und more especially to tha solution of the agrarian question UNION OF CHURCHES Northern arid Cumberland Preobytfer lans To Amalgamate St Louis Dec 30Atter a division of almost 100 years stops were con jiimatuil in the joint session c gener al committees which when formant- mUll d will unite the Northern Presby Brian church U S A and the Cumberland church Almost two days have been consumed by sub commit ers in arranging details for the union Their reports wero submitted to the sunenl committees representing each church Within two hours the two general committees had met In joint session and agreed upon a basis for be union of tho two donomlns tlonal bodies This agreement will be report id to the general assembly of the Presbyterian church meeting at Des Tomes la on May 17 190C and of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church meeting in Decatur 111 otf the saino date for formal ratification by those two executive assemblies AntlPaes Law la Legal Grand Rapids Will Den 30 = Judge Vobb has decided that tho anti prus taw is legal and denied a motion for tho arrest of judgment in the caso gainst an attorney for the Wisconsin Central Railroad Co Want Private Car Lines Abollshid Des Moines la Dec 30At tho concluding session of the Western Fruit Jobbers association hold hero itrong resolutions wero adopted de nandlng tho enactment of oslslatioa ibbllehlng tho private car line The Weeks Business Failures Now York Dec 30 Buslnoss failures In the United States for the week riding December 28 number 212 aaI igalnst 236 last week 218 in the Ilka voek ot 1904 209 In lOOS and 202 In 902 In Canada failures for tbo week lIunlber24asagulnst3S last weak I Decoration for Morgan Now york Dec 30J P Morgan will bOn n second decoration by taly for restoring tho stolen copo tho Academy of Romo has had a gold nodal struck for pfosontutton to Mr j JorjranifQr tits honesty FIG4TEbBRIDE IN HUSBANDS ARMS She Was Shot Down at a Dance Oy a Rejected Suitor Mt Sterling Ky Dec 28Ttprobablo murder of a brldo of a faW months wife of Henry Watson Ii prominent attorney and manager or the Eastern Kentucky Telephone Co by John Flaherty u rejected suitor has thrown this city Into a frenzy lhe affair occurred at a dance given by a Catholic society Mr and Mrs Wat win were guests and naherty wit seemed to be drinking asked her to dance with him At first she refused but finally consented Sho bad only taken a few steps when she ran bad to her husband saying Flaherty had Insulted her He came up In a few minutes and asked Watson what his wlfo told him and reached for his pis tel Mrs Watson was standing with her back to Flaherty who grappling with his brother James Flaherty fl- I nally got his pistol a 32callber trot his pocket and fired over his brother shoulder Tbe bullet struck Mrs Wat son undor the right shoulder genera Ing the lung liver and stomach nd passing through her body Flahcrt escaped but was captured by Offlcci Martin and Sheriff McCormick and lodged In jail Mrs Watson wasta icon home and physicians pronounced her wound fatal ML Sterling Ky Dec 29FeatIn that an attempt would be made to take John Flaherty from jail and hang lilt for an alleged attempt to murder Mrt Watson here ho was transferred to the jail at Winchester for safekeeping Flaherty was greatly frightened lie refuses to discuss his alleged crime flush declares he knows nothing of the shooting The excitement here has subsided Mrs Watson is still living but her condition Is very grave Lexington Ky Dec 30John Flat arty who shot and fatally woundcc Mrs Florence Watson at a dance In Mt Sterling was secretly brought lo this city for safe keeping He hat been movedto Winchester but the au thoritles learned of a movement that threatened violence and tho second wove was deemed advisable He de clines to talk Mm Watson Is the bride of a telephone manager at Mt Sterling Flaberty had been a suitor Tho shooting followed a complain Mrs Watson made to her husband tha Flaherty bad offended her 7HE BEECH FORK FIGHT Hard 7o Identify the Slayers As Six Men Fired London Ky Dec 29 Bill Vanove pleaded selfdefense before Pollc Judge Alex Bteelb at Hayden anon tho killing of James Creech on Woe coons creek Sunday night nod ho W3l acquitted The examining trials of John Duff and Jake Wilson charger with killing Joe Wilson on Bench For Christmas day and that of Alnx Little charged with killing Deputy Sherlfi Mack Roberts at the samo time and place were postponed Some halt dos en men worn engaged In this fight and It is difficult to ascertain who flrei the fatal shots Bold Duff the 17 yfaixild son of John Duff has beet added to the prisoners charged with the killing of Wilson Other arrest arc expected Natural Gas For Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky Dec 30Tho en tral NaturarOas Co completed layIng gao mama to ML Sterling They wit at onto make all necessary connec tions and give a display of gas In this city In front of tho courthouao and trill complete the lines to Winchester end Lexington within 30 days Child Bitten By a Mad Dog Newport Ky Dec 30A rmix year old child of Benjamin Schoultola llv big near Coldsprlng was attacked bh a large dog believed to he affltcte With rabies and severely bitten on the leg Tho boy was taken to Brand Lick where a loadstone was app ted to tho wound Ground To Pieces By a Train Lexington Ky Dec 2JJohn P Srhwedes an engineer on the C O road was killed as he was alighting from a freight train at an early hour The wheels so dismembered the body that It was Impossible to find all ol the romaine Queenle Dead Lexington Ky Dens 28Tho noted 15yearold brood mare Quccule by Himynr dam Hearsay by Imp Aus tralian Is load at the Moadowthorpe stud of James E Popper Tho marc has produced many winners Roof Fell on Him West Liberty Ky Dec 30Cieve land Gibbs 25 years old was killed In the coal mine at Piedmont this coun ty tbo roof falling In on him GibbS lc a native of this county B Smith Gentry Dead Lexington Ky Deg 2DD Smith Gentry one of the most wldoly known cltlona of tho blue grass region is dead Mr Gentry had been at the point of loath for two days a tho re suit of an attack of appendicitis for which an operation was porfomed Miss Bassetts Wedding Central City Ky Dei 3osir and firs John B MaElhlnnJ of thIt city announce the engagement of their nlecW Miss Ella Basaott to EX FMay Gregory The wilt occur Jan marl 1 MODERATE PUNISHMENT Dr H C Kehoe Agrees To Keep Out of the Drug and Liquor Business Mt Sterling KyDec 30Tbo cases against Dr H C Kehoe drug glut at Fiemingsburg for violation ot the local option law bavo been com promised by the Law and Order League and Kohoc Kohoe agrees to pay 60 fine and the costa lulS caaea and allows U additional cases to bo docketed with jgUpmcnt suspended but to bo linforced should bo violate an agreement never again toenterln to the builuoH of a druggist in Flem ing county never to deal in liquors and never to rant his business house to any one engaged in the drug or whisky business By his failure to keep the agreement Dr Kehoo will forfeit to the commonwealth 2000 which is secured by bond The agreements arc Blgned by A li Llndsey chairman of the Law and Order League A S Ktjqdall county attar ney and Dr H C Kehoe The com promIse la the first ol Its klndlnahe state MURDER OF A MUTE Three Trimbles and One Dalton Are Charged With the Crime Somerset Ky Dec 30 Chief of lollco Hughes and Jailer Htnes brought to prison hero four nina charged with the murder ot Jolla Dames a mute whose body was found in tbo woods on Fiahlnscrcck Deem- ber 16 where it had been concealed two weeks and which bore evidence or ghastly murder The parties with the crime aro wellknown cUt tens of the cdbntyTom Trimble aiv Tom Trimble jr Terrell Trimble and Sam Dalton A reward ot 150 each for conviction was offered by GOT Beckham Tho evidence against the men arrested Is circumstantial NEW JUDICIAL DISTRICT It May Be Made Out of Porte of Kentucky Counties Barboursvllle Ky Dec 29Judge Jarvls of the 2Cth judicial district 1 Judge Faulkner of the 27th district and Judge Moss of tho 28th district with the commonwealths attorneys met hero and prepared a bill to bo preoftented to the next legislature for creation ot a new district out of parts of the present ones Embraced In the three districts are 17 Southeastern Kentucky counties and It is claimed the work has become too hcapy fcff s proper consideration INSTEAD OF THEGIRL 1 By Mistake He Got a Uleensc ToWed His Prospective MoiherttnLaW I r I Louisville Ky Dec 8J3mes0C- otham a merchant of Clarksvlllo Tenn called at the office of the cour ty clerk to explain that In gettlnsra license while the COurthonso was afire he haul as a result of excitement taken a Ucerse to wed his prospective motherinlaw instead of her daughter to whom ho bad been engaged a long time A new license was Issued con raining tho name of Miss M Galsser In the first license the nametot AUce R hisser appeared mistake delayed the marriage 18 hours To Restore Clay Monument Lexington Ky Dec 2DA bill ha beon drawn and will be presented In ii the legislature to appropriate 20000 to restore tbo monument to Henry Clay which stands in the Lex ngtoa j cemetery The head of tho heroic fig I uro was Knocked off by lightning two years ago The Republican Caucus Louisville Ky Dec 28The repub lean members ot the general assembly were notified by mall to ra eua1llAs fay morning January 2 atMtli oclock In the parlors of the Jmotet at Frankfort The caucus wil likely naino a candidate for United States senator Killed By a Flywheel CovIngton Ky Dec 29The power ful engine ot textlle nnil lye works at Second and MadloIvenue ran away and James i the englne rvrast Instantly killed by- ho bursUnrloaheUjrJieol Two oth or men weburt Boy Killed While Hunting Paducah Kyt Dec 30Jack Bryan 1C had his head blown off by accidents ally discharging a shotgun Vhlletmt mating ho climbed over a wire fence nd the trigger caught exploding the gun New Kentucky PostmasYera Washington Dec 30Fourthcidea stmasters appointed in Kon x4cya- Cyle Trigg Qunl Wm R Ia l IcDonnlds landing Henderso3vcouij ty Jerry C McDonald Thirteen Contest Casey Frankfort Ky Den 30 Thirteen contest cases will como before the KentuckY loglslaturo at its coming esslon Two of Ibp a are Inhosea- to and the remainder In the blouse even of the 13 contests arofr arson county 4 d Killed His Father Montcello Ky Dec 4pAqap Jreek this county AUcha lrTlii 3 ycprsshot and IhstantlyjUliled his fntli Bon aged Ca ars ThQ XlJUng resulted from a qi rf1 over It n old gunAj I IJ tJ I I I I J I I J J I I I J I I I I I J J I J I J I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I J t I I I I Eastern Kentucky News I no coneepondenoe PliblIlbe4 lllIetl ilped ill tall by till writer Till name Is not for pllblicatfOll but II all evldenco good faith Write plainly 41 t 1 I I I I I 1111 flU I I I I J I ItJ MADISON COUNTY UICKOllY VLAIN Dec 2tLBailee Wilson and wife spent last Sunday with relatives ii Berea Miss Serena Jones s school closed last Friday with an entertain mentMr and Mrs May Ponder spent a few days of this weekwith Daniel Maupin and family Missei Grace and Hattie Roberts of Lex ington have been visiting relatives here this wtekJim T Cornelisoi and family spent Tuesday with Mrs Mary Burdette and familyMiss Sallie Bush spent Tuesday night with the Misses Maggie and Pearl Adams Miss Iola Harris has beer the guest of Misses Cora and Nettie Isaacs of Whites Station the past weekMrs Duval and Sarah of Brodhead are the guestllI of Mrs John Johnson this A 0 Johnson traveling salEsman for W O White and Company and MUM Joice Harris the accomplished daughter of W E Harris wore married in Richmond last week They will make their future home at Kingston They have the good wishes of many friends for their future succors and happiness Mrs Mnry Gillen and little daughter Etta of Lexington1 and Cart Baker and family of Panolahave boon spending a lew days of this week with Irvine Baker and family Joe Maupin has purchased the Barnet place at Kingston and will move to it shortly May Ponder and wife of Wallaceton Misses Ida and Lizzie Maupin Lucy and Mollie Cochran and Luthni Maupin enjoyed a Christmas day dinner with Will Smith and family at Whites Station Walter Tisdale and family of Whites Station spent over Monday with J A Adams and family 1VAIIACKTOX Dec SlMr and Mrs Charles Gaffney of Tuscoln Ill are visiting Mrs Gaffneys parents Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard Honry Lawson and wife have returned to Berea where he will receive further treatment Uncle David McCollum will move to Elias Wallaces property in Wallace l tonMr Lamb of Lancaster and Miss Lakes of this place were married December 26at the brides homeG Btockman and family will move to the Geo Carter farm We- diieadajTfov Mr Wills Preached at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Yrs Chas Goffney visited It B Gabbard at Kingston Friday and Saturday Oscar Gabbard visited friends in Berea Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Binam PitU entertained a large number of their young friends December 27Mr C Lewis of Betea attended social in Wallaceton during the Christmas holidaysMr and Mrs Biuam Pitts visited friends in Berea during Christmas ROCKCASTLE COUNTY JHSIlTANTA Jan IMr Robert Shearer and wife who have recently marriedwill go to Hamilton 0 to makn their future home Miss Ellen Wild and brother of Clover Bottom are visit lag relatives here Misses Bessie Martha and Lona Lakes have re turned from Chicago Ill Miss Mary J Miller and Mr Harvey Ramey wore married December 28 Rev Roulett performed the cere mony Mrs Delia Bronston spent Christmas with friends at Kingston 0 M Payne went to Berea Wednesday on businesal1rs J E Mc Guire of this place went to Rich bond to see Dr Gibson Wednesday and returned home FridayJ E viflitinqfriendswant to Mt Vernon the first of the weekH C Thomas has soul his farm to E B Miller for 3500Wo- had a nice Christmas tree at Davis Branch schoolhouRe Rev L R Roulett and wife visited Mr Swin ford Sunday Mr Field of Jackson county is visiting his daughter Mrs McQueen this weokW S Shearer was in Richmond this week on businessI- IOCKIOHII Jan 2Mr and Mrs J S Wad dlo have boon visiting relatives at Livingston Tho school at Scaffold Cane clospd Friday It has been successfully conducted by Mr J OI ScogginJ W Todd our hustling merchant has had a fine trade through Christinas and we wish him a happy Now Year We are having some very nice weather now Gadd and Stephens have just completed picturesTheseby the people as they are extra good W H Stephens has begun working on his dwelling house which we hopo will be completed soon MrsChessio Martin visited her sister Mrs Etta Lambert of Boone Tuesday Miss Ella Lake visited bomefolks near Berea Saturday and Sunday Mr t II I 1111 I 111111 I HHIH and Mrs W A Roulett visited Mr and Mrs John Simpson Snturda and SundayOWSLEY COUNTYI lAltltAKIt Dec 30 Christinas passed 01T very peaceably at this plaleW I Gabbard had a wood getting Wednesday The Judge thinks probably he hasgot enough wood to do the rest of the winter Taylor trio little son of Mr and Mrs Wm Hnff died last week The parents have tbo sympathy of allTise Barrett WJIO moved from this place a short Urn ago was here Thursday and Friday He is talking of moving back to this place Letcher Gnbbards schoc closed at this placo Inst Thursday His entertainment wus much enjoye by allOld Santa did not forge to come around to see tho little boy and girls at this place and bring there some presents Taylor P Gabbards school closed at Ricotow on December 23 He had a Christ mas tree arranged for his school Haden Reynolds of Cow Creek and Miss Lonetta Rose of Fairview were married on Sunday Docombo 24 The new couple have the writer very best wishes for a happy and useful lifeClyde Moyers and Wil liam Shepherd of Boonevillo were here Thursday and Friday for hunting P II Gabbard gave the youQg folks a party Wednesday night Peter Ponder is a sight Miss lary Bolin visited relatives on Liman Creek through Christmas Wonder what Billy M said about thatAd Baker of Buffalo Creek this county was shot by his brother Will on las Sunday while riding along the road It is said that tho shot was fired bj accident Ho died on Christina morning Pleas Gab8rd batter known as Chigger Plods bad f clearing Friday Mr Gabbard Is the newlyelected constable of tbi district and will begin his duties 01 January 1st He says hell make them hop around Thats right Chiggor do your duty in an up right lawabiding wny Richard Moore of Cow Crook was crushed to death in his cool bank by a falling of slate from overhead Mr Moon was a very old man and was respected as a truthful and upright citizen IIICKTOWN- Deo 8OWe have been haYing some flag weather for this time o the year Somo of the boys and mon of this and cthjr places have beer having shore itllt matches very fro quentlyof lateAdd Baker of Buffalo eta accidentally shot and mortally wounded by his brother Bill It is said that they wero both shooting and Bills revolver went of andshot Add He died u few days afterwards Benuito of pistols boys andneonLotcher Gabbard Tilman Greene and Clay Mason will start for Buckhoru whore they expect to attend school this wintttrtul Wilder says there is no such fun ai chasing and killing foxes he has killed two already Arihur Garrett the new merchant of this place the successor of H H Rice ill Icing well with his business Christmai passed oft very peaceably at this place Everybody seemed to enjoy himself fully Taylor P Gabbard had an entertainment and Christmas treo at his school Rt Saturday Hi had taken special pains and done extra labor in preparing and practic ing the children for the entertain ment There was such a large crowd and some of them behaved so badly that it was a failure The pooplo ol the district should be very thankful to have had such an able teacher tu Mr Gabbard JACKSON COUNTY WIND CAVIi Dec 28Let us all greet the New Year with a smile for this old world is as sunny as we mortals choose to make ItJns G Durham closed his school at this place Friday with tho best attendance that has over been had here Ho will teach a winter term of three months here Ned Gabbard and Riley Lake haw returned from Hamilton Ohio Frank Gabbard while carrying his Father across the cretika few days since fell into the water and came near being drowned Tom Jones md family were the guests of G B Isaacs on the 28th Hiram Maupin and family have returned from in extended tripA party of men went from this place yesterday on A hunt to Lucky Branclijthoy were vary Fortunate and killed a hare and a dog which was running a sheep Sidney Lake has moved to trio Dun ail property A J Lake and family are visiting friends and relatives at Gray lIawkWe are glad to learn that our friend and comrade J F Dean has secured such a good post tion as teacher in Bgren College Ho is well qualified for the position lyid 4 a will acquit himself with houor1 Henry S Tenses will leave for Bout tomorrow We had a ntca llledIDurham is married r How is mnrrie life Ed f Why didnt you ask you brother Jim to tho wedt1lngfJ Isaacs has been quite ill for sou time Everyone should take tho Citizen and get the news SANI HAP Jaii lAlbert Perry is taking pictures in this neighborhood Toi Morris made 1400 boards for G W Hbllard Mr Morris says that ever man who over sold a board tree out of the country ought to be jailed Steve Staniford is building him a nice porch to his house Good fOf himIIQrm Harrison won a nice turkey that weighed twenty pounds Bill Durham and former wife are married again utter being apart n long timoA flue baby was born to Mr and Mrs John James on Christens evening Mr James says that he thanks the Lord for such a Christmas gitA girl was born to Mi and Mrs Lige Wilt Christmas morn ing Lige says Hurrah for Santa Claus GARRARD COUNTY CA11TKUSVIIIK Jan 1 Christmas passed away pleasantly in this communityA Christmas tree was arranged at Car torsville which made a very cheerful entertainment for both old am bungMr nod Mrs R C Boaii entertained quite a number of friend and relatives on Christmas day Mrs Boain had a fine fat turko roasted and many Courses served Mrs Boain is a marvellous goo cook and she spares neither time nor moons for a good dinner espoomll on Christmas Somo unfaithfu friend played an old time trick 01 Will Anderson of near Manse Ho bad a goose in a fatting pen to hare roasted for Christmas dinner and somo one slipped Isis gooso away somo timo In the week befQreMr Richard Kimbvell of Madison count visited his sister Mrs J G Clark last Tuesday night Mr Kimbrol says his oldest son Ed is planning to enter school at Berea for the winter termWe aro glad to hear of 80 many young people planing for the school It is just what every young porsou should aspire to do Got the bast education you possible can young folksMr Jem Nave visited his daughter at Buckeye last Wed nesday nightMies Dora Boair visited at her grand parents Mr and Mrs J G Clarks last Friday night Mfs J G Clark called on Mrs Goo Allen J ast Friday evening Mr Goo Allen is extending the telo phone line from Mr Sam Cochreni house to Mr Allens houso II is hoped we can soon have the line extendedon to Cartorsville II would be a great improvement tc our little townMrs Goo Green and two children visited Mrs J G Clark last Wednesday Miss Addie Boain visited her friend Miss Laon Nave last Thursday uightMr and Mrs Navo gave the young folks a social last Tuesday night tilt report a fine timeMr and Mrs Birdie also gave the young people a party last Friday night Miss Elizzie Bell Campbellor Collor and Clay Arnold were married at the brides home aj Cartorsville last Wednesday Mrs Campbell gave a nice supper She had a fine fat turkey and a fine su- pperIt is reported that eleven mar riago licenses wore issued at Lan caster last TuesdayMr G W Martin died on tho night of the 30th ultimo and was buciod on tho Slat in the old Woods burying ground lIe loaves a wife and four children amid many friends to mourn his loss Subscribe for the Citizen and boo gin the Now Year right CLAY COUNTY IctcrII A happy new year is our greetings to all Let each one of us strive to make the most of 1000 for ourselves and a happy one far our neighbor We regret to see so many young boys and girls idling the long winter awaywhen they could make such improvements in themselves by going to Beroa The contest case for iaikK of Clay county between Joseph Lewut the republican nominee and Peter House tic democratic candi late was to be tried last Friday but we have not heard yet which is the riitor Lula tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs B P Jackson is very ill with whooping cough at present Tine property of Felix Jackson do eoascdwas sold at a public sale recently by J W Wright adminis tratorJ F anti Taylor Sizemore have just returned from an Extended visit to Owsloy county Bev Asher our champion huntor capped tho climax and beat his own record ro ently when ho killed two wild tur Keys two racoons four gray squirrels one rabbit and three ducks all at one huntThe assistance of Lotchor Asher the local butcher has been groatly in demand during the hog killing season Broadduu Mc London quit his school here to finish iuedor his sister I1t Malden KyandT- ura is to be finished by Miss Louis Drown of Qoeida Ky 0 A Days Doings in Kentucky THE KENTUCKY LEGiSLATURE Both Houses prganlzed By Electing the Caucus Nominees 3tienntorfhcKe- ntucky Frankfort Jan legislature uuwnblod nL noon both houses going into eotwtoi n few minutes past 12 oclock Both branches organized by oleetltiE the nominees of the caucus of the demo crattc side which In In the majority The following bills wero Introduced It the senate Tu appropriate 16000 to restore tho Honry Clay monument at Lexington to exempt searat or rater nai societies lodges or councils that ure under a grand or Miprwe body from the provisions of Section C64 Kentucky statutes In reference to In surance to require an annual account- Ing of tho surplus of life Insurance companies regulating tho Investments of life Insurance companies require them to Invest part of tho reserve fund InpropertieslouseThe declared organized and ready for business and R W Miller J T Unison and H M Cox appointed to so notify the governor Tile rules of the lat nature were adopt ed till the new committee makes IU report Notices of several coiMftsts for oats were read by tho olerk Just before adjournment In both houses Goy Uookiam massage was road FEUDISTS RECONCILED Harglses and Friends Pledge Support To Judge Taulbee Lexington Ky Jan OrwUhU countys political troubles are at an one Judge S 3 TWiHt the reoelected county Judge whore offlco was eons itel by formor CoURt Jlldge James Bards the noted lender of fiiidlsts together with several actor nl6 and friends west to JacJuwH shook hands an around matiwllj plitlgei good win ami kesry cowers Skims In ra eMabH9ktnent of law and qr dor and decided to call off the oofltfinl which threatened to fIIId In furtbso bloodshed Hargta spread to a ulottog IP dismiss thq cases- OWENSBORO WATERWORKS The Supreme Court Affirmed the De cision of the Circuit Court Washington Jan 3TkC sopreiM tourt afflraied the dMtelen of the etr cult court of the halted States for this western district of Kewlocky In Um case of the Owcnsboro Waterworks Oo against the city of Owowrtxiro Kr The company OB a taxpayer brought action to prevent tbe cHy from Isle lag teo IfI worth of tools on the ground that tbsttty WM exceeding to IndebtodaeH authorised by the lenie tature The olrraK court tflemieeei tb9 bill Struggled With a Mad Dog Dover Ky Jan ItA mad dog attacked Leslie McGraw while he was walking along the pike to his Ropes near town He WM armeil sad fought with the Infuriated animal fOr over 90 minutes finally getttng the brute down McGraw was bitten on one leg Dud on both hands Miss Grlgtbyt Money Lexington Ky Jan 3Tate tale moot from New York that Mice BniIHe Irtgnby had Inherited a fortune from p rich aunt In Lexington la unfounded Tho aunt probably referred to was Miss Amanda Origsby or to later yearn Mrs Amanda Qrlgebr Cooke ut Winchester Shot Into a Mall Box Lexington Ky Jan JJoHph Leo Morgan county will be hold In Jail here until bo can bo tried In Um Unit 11 States court for shooting Into ft Wail box Up declares that lie shot at a rabbit which was running past till man box and did not notice the box puggy Plant Burned Mayfleld Ky Jan 3Thu big bug gyplant of A L Brand oaught fire and 115000 worth of property was do troyod Mr Brands lose Is about 11000 The law library of W J Webb attorney that of Sam II Crow land and a bowling alloy burnod Noted KentuckIan Hurt Lancaster Ky Jan 3Wm Doll of this city who held a poeUlon under Urn Collins an surveyor of port at xjiilsvllle and later connected with Coy Bradloyg administration was dangerously Injured at Mobile Ala by falling from a train Big Fire at Cayce HIckman Ky Jan 3Ih entlro busIness portion of Cnyco Ky this county was totally destroyed by fire The tire originated It la supposed from an oil lamp explosion In John sons store Two stores and two dwell lags were burned Sworn In as Mayor Lancaster Ky Jan 3DdwardS llshop was sworn In as mayor of Lan caster having boon oleated niter sorv lug out the unexpired term of tho late Mayor ICInnard S D Ilothwell was again reappointed oljlof of iwllco Justified the Killing Georgetown Ky Jan 3 Constable Dan T Boldon shot and killed ROM iVllhcreon alias Cook a negro In self Icfense Bolden had served an attach moat for furniture The coroners ver dict was Justifiable killing Coal Lands Transferred Henderson Ky Jan 3Louts P iefdorer of Louisville has become te owner ot 20Q3 acres of coal rights ear Will city and dejeds wore flied In be county clerks office Tbe total pnslderaUcA is fj361686 BereaCollegeFOUNDED PLACES THG TEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Ovor 40 Teachers and 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