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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fFt3lf1lI tt1 rn r II II r II II 1IMIIIH1FBEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Mtnigar COTHE cI1TIzI3r4 A Family Newspaper EnlertJ at Ike fetl rtui offlet mall at matter Ilerta Kv at Eight Pages i1+HHHHII I H Irl HHHH VOL VII Fivo conts a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1906 One dollar a year NO 31 ruiYHit Grant ui O Ird the grate to bur The little pricking thorn The hasty word that tern unfair The jest which make our wtaknct plain The darling plan ocrturnoJ The carelna touch upon our pain The itlght we hue net earned The mp of care dear lArd today best all these fretting things Make neeJIeM grief Oh give we pray The heart that trust and aing- aIILnaautn J Cootw IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Louisville License Board on Monday last granted a license to n whiskey dealer to open n saloon in tho house made wellnigh historic ns tho residence of Mrs WiggH of tilt Cabbago Patch And this was done so tis said with tho consent of Mm Wiggs herself Quito n storm of indignation hns boon aroused by this action null with reason Tho failure In Cleveland Ohio of the brokorago firm of Dunisou Prior t Co has revealed a mass of rotten ness not surprising to those who aro familiar with those forms of legalized gambling which obtain in such dons An increase in tho Louisville whiskey business is shown by tho roo ports for the year just closed This not encouraging news to thu grout mass of people who stand for law order anti decency in our Kentucky state The violent wind storms of this week did much damage In our own stale and brought death and prop erty iosB to many in other sections of our country Tho wonderful light for lift and freedom made by Albert T Patriek has reached another stage Thu Governor of Now York on Monday granted reprieve to him until March 10 Even those who believe lu Patricks guilt cannot but admire the courage and pluck ho has shown in his long legal fight Thorn Is an apparent division in our house of Lords otherwise known uu the U S Sonata over tho ques 1Lion of supporting tho President tho people of tho United Statue support him was somewhat oui phtifllzed last presidential obrctigu But then tho august senators havo not yet learned that they are there to carry out tho wishes Of the people mores the pity Gen J Warren Koifar of Ohio will soon begin n fight In oarnost on those Stator which have attempted to d is franch BO tho Negro Great rOOM meetings aro to bo hold at various points to work up public eontlment and tho first of these will probably bJn Cooper Union in Now York CityTho Philippine tariff bill was passed by tho House Tuesday sub Gtantinlly ns it catuo from the Ways and Means Committee Tho rote was 253 to71 Woo was mado subject to tho same tariff an sugar and tobao eo2b per cent of tho Dlngloy rates Marshall Fieldor Chicago a millionaire merchant and n loader in the dry goods trade of tho world died at the Holland Houso in New York city after an illness extending ovor more than a week beginning with n bad cold nnd developing r quickly into pneumonia which affected both lungs Mr Fluid although seventy years of ago madeIa fight against tho disease attending physicians pronounced as r boing braver and trougor than would wanypFROM THE WIDE WORLD England is having her election troubles just now and those are developing ninny surprising Liberal gains Tim Labor agitators nro all working with tho Liberals and good will of course follow tho general stir ring up- Thero is but little change to re politicaltapparent quiet upon tho surface yet there is still so much of discontent ns to keep tipa seething under this thertAll the members of the Workmens Council in St Petersburg have been arrested and tho police claim to have found important documents andu cipher list Agrarian disorders are again becoming pronounced in Ilu sa A cable message from Egypt was received ou Tuesday announcing tho death in that country of Thomas J Emery a multimillionairp of Cincin nati The Morocco question attracting general attention among tho European powers now Many persons in our own country think that tho United States should not interfere but that France and Germany should bo allowed to settle the question between themselves since they seem to be parties most iutereitea History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War 11 ClIAITEH I In the month of December 1800 the Stato of South Carolina pawed the rash and fatal ordinance of Seces sion This dark oiniiioiia cloud of civil discord that arose in the South and gathered strength and blackness ntf it rolled northward threatening BOOH to burst In n terrific storm of civil war blood and ammge and convulse this mighty Gorurument tram center to olrcutnforoneoa war that was soon to stain hundreds of battlefields with tho blood of ninny thousands of bravo and good nun imam every jmrtof our glorious Union Early in tho winter oMSOi all clashes KontuokyboorllllO question of thin propriety of Ken tuokyo seceding and ousting her for tune with tho other Slave States which had neon by excitement and forced elections hurled out of tho Union tutu time socalled Southern Confederacy where slavery instead of freedom was to IKHXHIIB the chief cornerstone of this now national edifice OfII1lOJltlI roIilllllludintolyIn many whose lore for the divine institution of African slavery assumed that peculiar cloak for treason called neutrality and loudly denmuded compromises iiiBloud of coercion and many worn from this first rebels at heart who openly proolaimtMl on tho streets of our towns their wiokod and treasonable deslgiw to destroy or dl ride this Union of Stfltm firvIwar wore on menIBuchanan wORk administration while rebels rejoiced and exulted over the surrender of that brave and good gullnntlittlllRebel companies were drilling in Central and Southern Kentucky and open outspoken Union men wore threatenedlwith hanging or banish mont We began to think the timo had conic when we should rub upour old shotguns mind trusty rifles and instead of discussing secession meet ings were colled to consult as to tho best methods of sulf protuotion Tho legerdemain by which tho ox tromo Southern Status wore juggled out of tho Union had so fur proved a SUCCORS Only let it be granted partoshavowith each other either of the parties can rightfully withdraw from time arrangement whoa ho pleases without tho consent of tho others and you can provo anything Any mon whoso mind can bo taught that could bo made believe anything and the oorofullytnughtthat while the States which otiose to secede could not bo rightfully coerced to remain in tho Union thoso Status which chose to remain must ho forced to Bcccdo lint the Confederate logicians in Kentucky hatched new lie called neutrality and declared tint Kentucky should bo neutral until tho rebellion should become strong enough to swallow her at n mouthful Governor Mngoflln whoso sympathies were strong for the South issued a proclamation calling for the organization of the State Militia anti also convening the Legislature to InyISdeclaring tint Kentucky will never sever her connection with tho Nation al Government nor take up arms for either belligerent This resolution UeprcsentlltlOIl ists of Kentucky began to bo alarmed and their fears were not diminished when tho result of tho election hull the first of July showed a majority for the Union candidates of moro than fiftyfive thousand votes mind Kentucky Union men begun to tako courage at tho action of tho Presi bytroopshis call for 75000 threu months men to moot time rebel army then gathered in Northeastern Virginia And many believed tho sectional troubles would soon blow over without the t loss of much blood Union homo a guards were organized In most coun ties along tho Kentucky River and throughout tho north part of the State probably the best move that could huvo been made at that titan nut as subsequent events proved to havo nttompted to put down tho ro bollion with homo guards and three months non wns about as wiso ns to try to put out tho flumes of burning building with a squirt gun Tho writer hud tio hotter to command cougmniusinweek ovory man with rifle or shot gun toady for any emergency but militarydisplayBoth rank and Ills on those occasions would have oxcited tho profanity of a Vost Point general But wound tho bust of raw matorial of which to mako soldiers Those undisciplined com panics contained brawn and fearless non accustomol to handling flroarms from early boyhood They wore ox cullont marksmen and only nestled schooling and discipline to make thorn what most of them afterward proved tho host of soldiers Boforo tho first of AuguiM1801so many of theeo homo guards woro or ganized throughout tho country those would bo Confodornto soldiers who hud Iwgun to drill and bluster in our midst began to think it would bo more healthy a little tardier south and in thoir attempt to join Zolli coffers forces thun invading the State many were gobbled upas prisoners by these undisciplined homo guards among thou James B Clay son of time great statesman who with u large number of followers wow sent undor guard to Louisville Most of them took tho oath of loyalty and were released This invading army of rebels caused many of us to doubt organlUOtllll MOB anti dhctlt Ins In August 1801 Sidney M Barnes a lawyer giftedwith more than ordinary talent ns a speaker and rlngmeeKy addreflsod the citizens of Madi son Estill amid some of time adjoining couiitios at n sorios of meetings principally hold at tho times and placos whore the home guards met to manydisadvantages labor mid he danger of tho State being overrun by the rebel army tho necessity of boing armed with guns of tho same caliber of uniform cloth fug nod of a moro perfect organ zation with soino assurance of re immoral ion for our Borvijos Tho Colonel humorously remarked Not withstanding your bravery which is undoubted should tho robol army succeed in advancing this far nil you married men in tho homo guards will bo sure to want to go homo and see after Sally and tho children On the 14th of September IS01 n battalion muster of half a scoro of homo guard companies riot at Texas in Madison County Tho loyal citizens of tho surrounding country came with t ell filled baskets of the choicest provisions the country could afford A picnic of mammoth pro portions was tho result to which loynlkintIlarge part of the groat throng of people Captains Powell and Wilson who had partially formed two companies of throe years volunteers woro present with their now recruits hooting up for volunteers and no loss than four other parts of companies were represented by as mutiny slugs appealingmon to tako arms in delouse of the best Government over vouchsafed to Juan on earth There are ninny sur vivors of tho Eighth that dated their enrollment frown that bright lthofSeptember 1801 and became mom bers of Companies B C and II Tho two former companies under Powell and Wilson had obtainpd their full quotas by time 22d antI on that day wore given a bountiful feast by the good old loyal fathers and mothers of Station Camp iu Estill County as n farewell token of their love to tho boys and devotion to tho cause of union and liberty That long table extending half across Uncle Eb Wilsons pasture loaded with rich mud savory food surrounded by kind mothers sisters Dud sweethearts in misting on us partaking of moro when wo hud eat to repletion was a scene mud pleasure we often recalled to Awaylowncompanies rendezvoused tho 23dat Eatill Springs carrying with them ninny good shotguns and rifles borrowed from reluctant robe 1ISIand calibers Tho 20th September Cnpt R Wiubourn and myself loft Estill Springs on a recruiting tour each o us t king different routes he OlsleyCOUDtomits rode to the farm of Mr Wills whoro our first appointment to bout up for volunteers had been previously announced The surrounding hills reechoed tho sound of our martinI bund the music of which was not o the bt but the patriotic ardo- being augmented by the rumored in vasion of tho State by the rebels tinder Zollicoffor caused men women and children to collect from nil diree tions some bearing large baskets filled with provisions nil with hoard full of love for our old flag and freudoiu At 10 oclock a m several porsonshutIlt5 spoacfrom chuoringWo playingthulrtho gel for mo As each recruit fell into the snoring line loud oheotaren tho air In n short titan we had about eighteen recruits among them tho bravo and lamented Lieut W B Cox who gave his lifes blood as sacrifice for human liberty on the battlefield of Stono liivor After partaking of a bountiful dinner u al pioue we agreed to meot within two days the 28th at ouo Mr Berrymaus whore the bad spooking and music wero Again followed by u call for reo oruitt Several handsome young women took the flag and marched after the music appealing to the young taco to fall in and go fight for tho hurt government on earth These appeals wore not in vain as ono boy sold hone but traitors or cowards could stand Imok now Nor did the tonrful pleading eyes of fond and affBatioiiate wives restrain husbands frwn misting Horn our numbers thirtyAccordingBarnus we proceeded to collect a sufficient numbor of guns train rebels and rebel sympathizers to arm each new recruit Many laughable in cidents occurred iu thus collecting arms I will recite only one of tho SpoutSpringsworo that no Lincolnite should over take his rifle to Estill Springs chargeitI dogc100sIltcabin door and demanded tho loan of his gun Ho first denied having one with trembling limbs and husky voice ho declared his brother in Clark had It When told thnt was too thin and that no fowling would be permitted ho acknowledged that it was behind a wide board over the door and told me to take it down which 1 declined to do telling him of his previous threat and to hand it to mo himself This he did With Capttaketwentyfive dollars and I split rails at fifty cents a hundred to pay most ov it Ho wns told if he conducted himself as a good loyal citizen he I would receive his gun again Injustice to fnnny of these men of whom theylikoleluutautlyTo U Caxtingrd J hint Loral IiiillnVrrnrn Explorer Could you direct mo to the north polo 1 Arctic Native Yes Its about five minutes wulk from hare Ive novtfr seen it myself but Ive been given to understand that some per curiosityJudge John Burns President of the British Local Government Board was roolected by u majority of 1800 moneydoes Try a box of UNSURP- ASSABlECANDIES I JOESSolo Richmond Ky Ilione 38 0 IJa0aI4 Cu MUCtTI A OM Jwiwitc tw Jan 406 A I moneyrorders payable anywhere on the globe with out cost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the post office or express company and the service given is more satisfactory ratesh 3crOver rosr U U 20 8c Over 20 U rt tt30loc tsct40 tt tt 50 150 Over 50 u u u 6or8cO- ver 6ot II 7520C 2seI1 Please cut this out for future reference+ Cashier II U HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never Matched Granulated Sugar 05 Gold Medal Flour 60 Obelisk Flour 05 Meal 25 Diamond Coffee JI 15 and up Building Paper that hardtime stores sell at 40 to 60 cts we sell 35 I Did you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS P SSanta Claus is stopeing at our place nI zrzr27 zzzrz rINo Longer in Doubt Id As to where the best dental work is done in Berea best material that is on the market goes into every TheI tnnd the workmanship is fast speaking for itself When you have your teeth fixed it is a lifetime job if done right so the best is none too I A Dentist who is temporarily goodIdo cheap worthless work but I am only guarantee each and every job but have yet to I the first complaint I hearI ONE PRICE My prices are extremely low considering the high class work and arc absolutely the same to all So if it is good work and fair treatment you want 1go to the OnePrice Dentist sIS R BAKER D D Office ffbtr Citizen Office MAIN STREET BEREA KENTUCKY H1I11 If It lH MIIM l BEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Manager COAFamily Newspaper Enttrt II PacesdaaoJ+F1iI111tIIhII + tti1t IM M iiii I H VOL VII Fivo cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1900 One dollar a year NO8 IllAVKIl Oran ui 0 Lord the Irate to bear The little pricking thorn The hasty word that Ktm unfair The test which mike our wtikneu plain The dttllng p oerturntd The urelcu touch upon our pain The slight we here net earned The nip of ore dear Lord today rrttit thne fretting tlittiRt Make needles Brief Oh glue we pray The heart that trusts and sings- ituAanne L OUf LU IN QUit OWN COUNTRY The Louisville License llaarlon Monday lout granted a license to a whiskey denier to open a saloon in tho houso mado trollnigh historic as the residence of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch And thin was done BO tis with the consent of Mrs Wiggs herself Quito it storm of indignation hns been aroused by this action and with reason The failure in Cleveland Ohio of the brokerage firm of Donison Prior ft Co has revealed a mass of rotten ness not surprising to those who are familiar with those forms of legalized gambling which obtain in such dons An increase in tho Louisville whiskey business is shown by the re ports for the year Just closed This is not encouraging nows to tho groat nioHs of people who stand for law b order and decency in our Kentucky state The violent wind stortna of thta week did much damage In our own state and brought loath and prop orty boas to many in othor Hoctioua ol our country Tho wonderful fight for life and freedom made by Albort T Patrick has reached another stage The Governor of Now York on Monday granted a reprieve to him until Marsh 10 Even those who believe in Patrick guilt cannot but admire the courago and pluok ho has shown in his long legal fight There is an apparent division In our House of Lords otherwise known on tho U S Sennto over the ques lion of supporting tho President That tho people of tho United Status support him was somewhat em phasized last preiiidonttal lolecUon nut then tho august mmntors have not yet learned that they are there to carryout tho wishes of tho people more tho pity Oem J Warren Kalfor of Ohio will ooon begin a fight in earnest on those Statue which have attempted to disfranchise tho Negro Great mass meetings are to bo hold at various points to work up public sentiment and the first of these will probably be in Coopor Union in CityTho Philippine tariff bill was passed by the House Tuesday sub stantially as it came fruit tho Ways and Moans Committee Tho vote was 263 to 71 Rice wan made subject to tho saute tariff as sugar and tobac co25 per cent of tho Dlngloy ratesMarshall Field of Chicago a millionaire merchant and n louder in the dry good trade of the world died at the Holland house in Now Yorkcity after an illness attending over more than a week beginning with a bad cold and developing quickly into pneumonia which affected both lungs Mr Field although seventy yearn of ngo made a fight against tho disease which the attending physicians pronounced as 4 being braver and stronger than would have boon expected of a mgr many years his junior FROM THE WIDE WORLD England In having her election troubles just now and them are developing ninny surprising Liberal gains The Labor agitators are nil working with tho Liberals and good will of course follow tho general stir ring up- There is but little change to re port in the situation of political affairs in Russia Though there in apparent quiet upon tho surface yet there is still so much of discontent OR to keep upa seething under this surface calm What may bo tho outcome cannot bo foretold Alt tho members of the Workmens Council in St Petersburg have been arrested and tho police slain to hunt found important documents audIi cipher list Agrarian disorders are again becoming pronounced in Iluisin A cable message from Egypt was received on Tuesday announcing tho 4 death in that country of Thomas J p Emery nati a multimillionaire of Ciuciii The Morocco question attracting general attention among tho European powers now thinpersons in our own country that tho United States should not interfere but that Franco and Germany should bo allowed to settle the question between themselves since they seem to bo parties most interested History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War ItJ ClUITEB I In tho month of December 1800 tho State of South Carolina passel the rash and fatal ordinance of Seces sion This dark ominous cloud of civil discord that arose in tho South and gathered strength and blackness as it rolled northward threatening soon to burst lu a terrific storm of civil war blood anti carnage and convulse this mighty from center to GovernmontI that was soon to stain battlefields with tho thousands of bravo and good men from every part of our glorious Union Early In tho winter of 1801 all clauses of our citizens in Central Kentucky became intensely interested in the question of tho propriety of Ken tuckys seceding and ousting her for tune feilth tho othor Slave Statue which had been by excitement form elections hurled out of tho Union into tho so called Southern Confederacy whore slavery instead of fntodoui wets to become tho chief cornerstone of this now national edifice especiallysouthern part of the Dluocrasa re gion debates beoama decidedly warm smith spiritod A small majority of tho built citizens immediately took n firm and deckled stand against session and rebellion wins many whose love for the divine institution of African tdavery tuMimed that M ouliar cloak for treason called neutrality aril loudly demanded om i roinkte0 instead of coercion and atIn or villa this Union of States The winter paaeed TM raid fire oT HoceMion continued to rap Active rreparatiau for war were earned on he tile eeeeded States Uafcn men were aetonfehed at the limotivlty of DuelMiMne weak administration while rebels rejoiced and exulted over the tturrvnder of that brave and good gn1JantlittleRebel compHuies were drilling in Control anti Southern Kentucky and open outspoken Union men wore threatened with hanging or banish mont Wo Iwgnu to think the time upourlings woro called to consult as to tho bust methods of Boll protection The legerdemain by which tho ox tremo Southern Status wore juggled out of tho Union hind no far proved a SUCCORH Only lot it bt granted pnrtlosIcan rightfully withdraw from tho arrangement when ho pleases without tho consent of tho others and you can Provo anything Any titan whoso mind can tw taught that could tin mndo bollovo anything and tho Southern people were carefully taught to believe it They contended that the States which chose to secede could not bo rightfully coerced to remain in the Union those Status which close to romain must be forced to Hucodc But tho Confederate logicians in Kentucky hatched now lie called neutrality and declared Jllltt Kentucky should bo neutral until tho robnllion should because strong enough to swallow her nt it mouthful Governor MngolHn whoso sympathies wero strong for tho South issued a proclamation calling for tho organization of tho Stuto Militia nnd also convening tho Logislnturo to consider tho crisis The 22d of Mny 1801 tho Sonnto passed n resolution declaring that Kentucky will novor sever her connection with tho Nation al Government nor take up arms for either belligerent This resolution was lost in tho Houso of Representa tives by a lurge vote The secession ists of Kentucky began to bo alarmed and their femurs woro not diminished whoa tho result of tho election held tho first of July showed n majority for tho Union candidates of moro than fiftyfivo thousand votes anti Kentucky Union men began to take courage nt the action of tho Presi dent and tho hearty response by troops from tho Northern States to his cell for 75000 three months mon to meet the rebel army then gathered in Northeastern Virginia And many believed tho sectional troubles would soon blow over without tho less of much blood Union homo guards wore organized in most coun ties along the Kentucky River and 1 throughout tho north part of tho State probably the best move that could have boon mndat that limo But as subsequent events proved to havo attempted to put down tho re bellion with homo guards and threw months men was about ns wise ns to burningbuUdlng writer had the honor to command companiosIin gun ready for any emergency but mUitarydisplay ocOttsionsIWest Point general But wo hnd tho hot of raw material of which to make comIponl08mm necnstomo 1 to handling firearms from early boyhood Thoy wore ox cellent marksmen andonly needed schooling and discipline to make thorn what most of thorn afterward proved tho host of soldiers Before tho first of August 1801 so many of these home guards wore or gnuized throughout tho country those wouldbo Confederate soldiers who had bogun to drill and bluster in our midst began to think it would bo more healthy a little further south and in their attempt to join Zolli coffers forces then invading the Stets many were gobbled up as prisoners by those timlwoiplined home guards among them James B Clay son of the great statesman who with a large number of followers were sent under guard to Louisville Most of them took tho oath of loyalty nod were released This invading army of rebels caused many of us to doubt the efficiency of our home organi sations combined oo oporn Nan and discipline In August 1 881 Sidney M Barnes a lawyer gifted with wore then ordinary talent ns a speaker and proprietor of the noted watering lilacs Eetill Springs near Irvine Ky addressed the citizens of Madi son Estill and solo of tho adjoining counties ut a series of meetings principally hold at tho times and places whoro tho home guards mot to mnnydlsadvontagos labor and tho danger of tho State being overrun by tho rebel army the necessity of being armed with guns of tho seine caliber of uniform cloth lug and of a moro perfect organi zation with seine assurance of ro uiunumtion for our services Time Colonel humorously remarked Not withstanding your bravery which is undoubted should tho rebel army succeed in advancing this fur all you married men in tho homo guards will bo suro to want to after Sally and tho chi1dronIOn tho Pith of battalion muster of half a score of homoguard companion mot at Texas in Madison County The loynl citizens of tho surrounding country came with wellfilled baskets of tho choicest provisions tho country could afford A picnic of mammoth proportions was tho result to which loynlkindlargo part of the grunt throng of people Captains Powell and Wilson who had partially formed two companies of three years volunteers woro present with their now recruits boating up for volunteers and no less than four othor parts of companies flagsru1l0weding to the patriotism of tho young men to take arms in dofonso of tho best Government over vouchsafed to titan on earths There nro ninny survivors of tho Eighth that dated their enrollment front that bright 14th of September 1801 nud became mem burs of Companies B C and H Tho two former companies under Powell and Wilson had obtained their full quotas by thin 22d and on that day woro given u bountiful feast by tho goodold loyal fathom and mothers of Station Camp in Estill County as- a farewell token of their love to the boys and devotion to tho cause of union and liberty Thnt long table extending half across Uncle Eb Wilsons pasture loaded with rich and savory food surrounded by kind mothers sisters and sweethearts in sisting on us partaking of moro when wo hud cat to repletion was a scone and pleasure wo often recalled to mind when on quarter rations Away down south in Dixie Thoso two companies rendezvoused the 23d at Eatill Springs carrying with them riflesI USIThu 20lh September Cnpt It Winbourn and myself loft Estill Springs on n recruiting tour each of us different routes he going OwsloyCountscruits rode to tho farm of Mr Wills whom our first appointment to boat up fat volunteers had been previously announced Tho surrounding hills reechoed thu sound of our martini band the music of which was not of tho best but the patriotic ardor being by tho rumored in vasiot of tho State by tho rebels undor ZollicofTor unused mon women and children to collect from all direc tions Some bearing large baskets tilled With provisions all with hearts full flt lovo for our old flag and freedojn At 10 oclock u m several personshnd speechtrom cheeringWethree amateur musicians playing their ejie and only tune Sally is tho gal for mo As each recruit full into tut moving line loud cheers rent tho air In a short time we had about eighteen recruits among thorn the brans and lamented Lieut W B Cox who gave his lifes blood as a snorifio for human liberty on the bnattlofl idof Stone River After partaking of a bountiful dinner a al plo ulot wo agreed to meet within two days tM 28th at ono Mr Berrymans whore tw bed speaking and music WOUB aprin followed by n call for re emits Several handsome young women took tho flag and marched after time music appealing to tho young men tc fall in and fight for the beet government otiOf1rth These appeals were not in vain as ono boy said none but traitors or cowards could stand back now Nor did tho toarfglpieadingeyes of fond and affecttwate wives restrain husbands from minting Here our numbers tvein Brewed to upwards of thirty A nag to instructions from Col nH wdto collect n sufficient niunbor of gnes from rebels and rebel sympathizers to arm each new recruit Many laughable in cidents occurred in thus collecting arms I will recite onlyone of the ninny Ono T near tho Spout Spring hud oponly and publicly swore tbatIno Lincolnito should over take his rifle to Estill Springs unless ho first received tho ono charge it contained Knowing the truth of dogdosatcabin door and demanded the loan of his gun Ho first denied having ono with trembling limbs and husky voice ho declared his brother in Clark hnd it When told that was too thin and that no fooling would be permitted ho acknowledged that it was behind n wide board over tho door and told Inc to tako it down which I declined to do tolling him of his previous threat and to hand it to mo himsolf This ho did With tears in his oyen he said Capt tnko care of her fur tube cost me twentyfive dollars and I split rails at fifty coats a hundred to pay most ov it Ho was told if he conducted himself ns a good loyal citizen ho would receive his gun again In justice to many of these men of whom guns wero taken bo it said that they like Mr T proved to become Union men and regained thoir re luctantly loaned property- To Be Continued Thntenllllllll1rtu Explorer Could you direct mo to the north polo Arctic Native Yes Its about live minutes walk front here Ive novor seen it myself but Ive been given to understand that somo per sons considor it u groat curiosity Judge John Burns President of the British Local Government Board was reelected by u mnjorityof 1800 m They say money docs not make people happy Try a box of rr UftSURPA- SSABIECANDLE S JOESSolo Richmond Ky rhea SB 11u0 hMrlelIrrer A 1 nBlJt1JIWt r sulVWuoooo c ItweJan 4 06 Co I eI f Did you know that we issue moneye orders payable anywhere on the globe without cost or trouble to the payeeeOur ratoa are lower than the post 4 office or express company and the service A 4 given is more satisfactory p ItFor sinus not exceeding 5 30 IOver 5 and not exceeding 10 5tia10 ll U u 20 8c Over 20e U aSiocOver 30t cc II 46I2C 4Over 40 Ie u u 5oiscOver 50 CI U II 60I8cI OVer 60 et u 75 loctOver 75pia CI CC 100 ileaee cut thie out for future 3 4 neferencei Cashier 4- t t t + 0 + 0h Me egI HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never Matched Granulated Sugar 05 Gold Medal Flour GOi Obelisk Flour 05 I Meal 25 Diamond Coffee 15 and up i Building Paper that hard time stores sell at 40 to 50 cts we sell 35 fJ Did you ever notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is bcbausc he does all his trading a- tWELCH5S J L c P SSantu Claus is stopeing at our place zrzrZ zzn 1 riAs No Longer in Doubt to where the best dental work is done in Bcren The best material that is on the market goes into every job and the workmanship is fast speaking for itself iifA Dentist who is temporarily located can afford to do cheap worthless work but I am here to stay and not only guarantee each and every job but have yet to hear the first complaintT oONEMy prices are extremely low considering the high class work and are absolutely the same to all So if it is good work and fair treatment you wnntIgo to the OnePrice Dentist S R BAKER D D S Office ffber Citizen Office I MAIN STREET BEREA KENTUCKY IJ g e Brethren of the Burning Thirst 1 By OWEN KILDARE Ccftrrifta rosy br JoMpti n Dowl1 Wo were In Kick on Bayard street Those who know the least about It or Its Illce would call It a low drinking plnco or common resort Nicks Dead House and Tin Morgue were our names for tin place abd we knew It pretty wellIWe were there not because we had any clubable desires but because we had to bo thero Thure were tires within us and wherever the moM for the least was given there wb and all the brethren of the burning thlrstoouhlI be found Wo were not old acquaintances For the last two hours wo had boon neigh bors In the lodging houso occupying adjoining bunks Tho common motive made us meet In Nicks and as cue tomary among the sodden we tat to gether to travel jointly Into forgetful Incl9 our tubs from 1hegreasy bartender we chose a table near the door We drank our first tub In silonea Ordering another our finances wereI examined The prospect was horrible only the price of one more Wo drank slowly and smoked amII then the other spoke I dont mind carrying the banner and walking the streets for a night I It wasnt for the things a fellow thinks about tramping from one entof the town to the other I knew he was about to tell me a few chapters from his life and not j wishing to encourage him too much for we all have troubles of our own 1 made no reply Only to think that less than two years ago I didnt know there were such places and such stuff as this he continued And now Im kicking because I cant get enough of It Ifa fierceAre you only two years on the bum I asked simulating Interest Thats all and dont you think tta long enough to be carrying the ban neroor sleeping In them tencent hunks and getting your chuck either In a fivecent beanery or at some basement door And nothing to drink only tubs Well If you feel that bad about It why dont you quit being on tine bum Yes why dont 1 Why dont you or any of us he sneered None of- us knows what It Is but once we get down this far something goes out o you and youre stuck for good And then they holler Its drink the de mon of rum thats the cause of It Well If It aint rum what is the t L cause of it 1 Then 1 knew that lie Intended to tell iuehls story He rwlfcarrlert the tub to his lips but put It down again and stared al- J some flies flirting with a pool of the btuft in the center ot the table I was making good wages and thought Id get married One day three years later 1 got caught in the hell of my machine and this old arm 0 mine got twisted out o joint lie held up his palsied limb with a move I merit typical of mendicants Some o I them wanted me to sue the company if but the super came round to see m- eadI when I got well again he gave me a job as night watchman There was less money In that than working at the bench but It was easy and I bad mostly all day to myself I nodded comprehendlngly Well everything was lovely till the wife began to kick about having less money to keep the house than when I was at the machine and the firs thing I knew we had a boarder a fellow that was working over at the shop I Its a funny dame this keeping boarder What do you mean Z I dont know how smart you are he remarked somewhat disdainfully but I guess youll understand this all tight One night 1 had a worse touch oi the rheumatic than ever before and t t the super happening to be still In the I office put a man In my place and let me go home The mask of indiffer once fell and the fend was disclosed And they didnt expect me at home I He almost emptied his glass I What did you1 I bad the rheumatlz he didnt and he got away before 1 could choke him like a rat I wanted to kill him and her but she too gut away on me be lore but watt The last drops of the beer were fairly sucked from the bottom of the tub Then everything went to the dogs I didnt care what happened and Ever seen either of them again vNo and her I dont want to see ogaln whats the use he spoke growlingly And hlmhlmTl been following that hound all these years Wherever I heard he was I went I tramped and begged from town to town and sometimes was so close to him that I only missed him by a few hours And now I been hanging round here because I know hes i here and sooner or later Ill meet himand thenthenI He paused so long that 1 felt constrained to ask What would you do to him J What would I do to him ha bowled What would I do to him Look at me Im dirty and filthy Co bum and a tramp and that sneaking i cur helped to make me that What would I do to him I aint as strong as I nerd to be but If that skunk was to come here this minute Id kill him 1d tear hits IdIdId kill him end after they can hang mo or do what they like with me f Just then the door Opened to admit another brother of the bunting thirst nnd I hoped ho would prove to bo the villain come to receive his just desertsThe newcomer was of a shifty look 1Mb roving eyes examined every fare In the room as he clouchlngly pawed cur table on hie way to tlioUdr Unsteadily my companion had risen from his chair and slunk to the bar The newcomer watched the exnight watchman with catlike attention Nw as he sow my companion approach the bar against which he was still lean lag he made ne If to move away But the temporary Impulse was checked and drunken bravado made him hold his post Ana ao lie heard the other a whining appeal fur just one more beer Nick just one trist until tomorrow Sure 1 trust said Nick who hud a reputation as n humorist and pointed ot tho sign behind him which bore title facetious lendWE TllUST TOMORROW My companion like a whipped mongrel relurnbd to the table What do you think o that 1 he challenged me I alnt even good enough for a tub o this dirty rotten stuff no more And I tonal have au- elher drink pat I must Its all burn lag inside of we Dont you know of any ay7 I aint got nothing I couldnt oven got a nIckel for nit the on my hack And Id sell my soul for a drink Jtwt now honest I would do anything on the cul nrtdr fur Whats the matter The newcomer had made his way to our table What you klcldn about he asked oxnight watchman if you want a beer why dont you go and get It I aint got the price answered tho other despondently anti 1 dont think you got 1t either What I nlnt got It the new comer laughed cynically and pulled WE TOUST TOMOKnoW his band fillet with small coin from his pocket Dyou think theres thrt price ot a couplo 0 biters In this hand fuir The eyess of the exnight watchman shone with the lirt of rapacity Would youdo you he stain niered Sure 1 will atWrmod the new comer heres a nickel go and get oursolf u tub Like a conquering hero my compan ion went to the bar and ordered hit drink with elaborate haugbtlneM I took this opportunity to ask tho newcomer my question Yes he was the manThe oxwatchman returned with his foaming tub and hoping for more to follow wanted to seat himself be side his new friend But 1 felt an approaching crisis and wishing to postpone it It not able to prevent It I moved my chair between the two men They gave the customary toast anl then the newcomer leaned over the table after slyly winking at me Dont you know me no more tu asked the e watchman A pair of bleary eyes peeped at the questioner from an approaching ecstasy of stupefaction No answered the other fast giv- Ing in to the Influence of the luff Where was It we mete The stranger stretched arrow the table bringing his face within a few inches of the others Now look at me close The sodden thing struggled to come to the border of Intelligence The ex watchman stared and scowled into every line and crevice of the face before him and at last he know It was my cue for actlop 1 threw myself on the outraged man and twining my arms around him braced myself to restrain him lied I not been there 1 reasoned the strangers life would have been In direst joop ardy But strangely my muscles wore not taxed to the utmost Instead I felt a relaxing of balance then I felt a dead weight hanging on me I released the bloodthirsty revenger lIe fell back Into his chair Ills gaze just met the coins still jingling in the stranger palm Yet there Is much trickery in browsing and as n mat ter of safety I kept my hands on his firms for a case of emergency The oxwatchman was the first to speakI ought to kill you he hissed to him who had betrayed his hospitality And thou I let my hands fall from his arms for a safeguard was neces sary no longer What kill me for a woman T the newcomer laughed right merrily Dont talk like a fool Drink up and have another ono I ought to kill youI ought to kill youI ought murmured the ex husband Then he passed his glass to the waiting Nick to have U refilled at the expense of the exboarder I SCHOOL DRAMATICS TODAY AN APPROVED POUTIO OF OUR SCHOOL sysrrEMoI The Schoolgirl Who Takes Part In Plays Learns now to Work I Harmony with Others Collog Girls Annual Shukeepeare Play= Grace Poise And Forbearance Acquired Through Participating I Dnunattos The Memory It Strengthened and Pnmtllarit with Good Literature Obtained J nV MAHGATIKT B snNnsriin- tarrlght mere by Joseph B Oowltn When I was a schoolgirl wo used io look forward with great anticipate to our annual school exhibitions 1 do not knew why tho powers that wet than In authority randn a dlstlnctio between a girls reading hor own owa nUll a girls reciting a poem by nomi body else but this they did Roy were required to declaim and grcs stress was laid In their education nn the cultlvattonNbf oaso before an antf once nut wo girls as a rule snt modestly In the front seats of ihe chapel In our whlto tcks whit members ot the school committee local clergyman read our cnmpMUIon for us In the Ideal of that day worn ans ptaeo was In the sweet shell rand beautiful background of her home and young girls were not nneourafc to take part In public exercise of nny kind The exception was In favor of tho smaller girl who wero drSSe like fairies and came tripping nut to sing a solo or recite a bit of verse and who ware taught to curuoy deei ly In response to applause from the listenersIn later schooldays there came A change I remember very well tho first time I stood before what BOUICK to mo a crowd of attentive faces am read a composition of my own Tho subject was Temperance and It wu treated with great force by the 14 year old girl who had chosen so bfg a thom In the middle of the reartln she became frightened lost her placi sad ber voice and could hardly has gone on but for a kind genlloraiti who came and stood by her tilde saying Never mind them tny gear Read straight ahead Ill stay right by you I still remember that man most gratefully Still later we had In our schoo what today might be cattail a veutun In school dramxtlr Wo of the sfnlo claw decided that wo must have a May Queen with court attendants fairies elves trolls queens ot flow ers and of grains a Cores a Mora a JenMtpUane and a train 0iooi li representing different phases pf th earth and DM sea Our scheme wu 110 ambitious that wo could not find any thing In print by which we could rain It out and the girls with one consent turned to roe saying You JntH write a play for tie or else our IJQueen will be a falluru Looklni back I have always been surprised at the way the teachers acted In the mot ter but our lovely principal whet up preached was really most gncious Why yet she said Miss M may bo excused from all her casein for tiro next week while she Is wrhtn the May Queen play- I wish I bad It now hat II Ions ago was lost In the limbo of forgetful ness The thing I can sw with my eyes shut Is the boatillful pagoaut with the prettlunt girl In school D6 Queen or the May and everyone tram tho oldest to till ynuiiKMl taking soma part In her coronntlun oltlivr lIt IIUJ a song or inn Id UK in addruM whim them whole school drilled by the mu elcal director broke forth Into fro qurnt chorals jISchool dramatic are very cotnmo how They afford a great denJof dl version to tliosm who form tnr cast to the rest ot tins class Interested and to the spectators In our colleens nn event of tbu year U the rendeJ ng of A play of Sliakopeare such a Midsummer Nights Dream or Mucl Ado About Nothing Tho propertl oI am usually simple and tho stage nut ting Is iicctksnrlly whatever the glrli van managu with screens and portieres Dud their own clever wits Put there is far more than dlventon secured In the euro and pains with which tin characters aro scicctod In tho many rehearsals under time upervlKlon of teachers and In tho Uilullty with which the girls repeat Ihtj lines as signed them- Whatever part a girl may take she IK expected to prepare for It with dill Race and accuracy nnd to regard It w Important whether It bo that 01 a lending lady or of u maid In watt lug On the mimic stage of the whool room thero mutt bu respect for the work for she works BUko thero mast bo duo ron ldllrallon of the honor of the school OK a whole and thero mulct Ixt also great patience and forbearanci mong the girls tbnmerlves because whon a group of people are rehearsing for a play thero may bo Impulnlvi criticisms of those who blunder and little frictions which for the moment hurt the sensitive and annoy the qulcktpinpnrud Girls rush to aupcrla Ives nt Much times WH have lo put temper wholly aside whenever wt arc working towards a common end One of tine most important lossoni In life one that girls nerd to learn Is how to work In hurmony with oth ers In this life we arc all somehow bound In ono bundle and If anybody declare that she U going to stand all alone and do her work all alone end have her pleasures all alone she Is making a great mislaid ono thai slue wilt find oil to her cost after while i A girl who lakes hoi little ban Ii school dramatics will by and by be a graceful hostess In liar homo and It the opportunity arises she will bo able easily to entertain her frtendi and to arrange pleasant evenings tor little social groups In her church her guild liar league her Christ tat Rniluuvor society or hor club situ will hold her own It wu MIa Of Queen Victoria the she never was afraid of n vacant spat in front of her I have seen girls who hesitated and Shrunk from oromcln a drawiai room tilled with people The Bane of any life the thing that oaken ono awkward shy and clumsy Is lfconMl3UKnwa It la at tIe root of the hauiperlug dlQHlaneo whisk la a very different affair from modonty Far many reasons nettle from pros ent rengtMnlnB of memory and fron obtaining familiarity with good lltorc turn school dramatics are an approves portion ot our school system- I with tho girls who road this woulr latin the troub4 to wrlto and tell mm some uf their oxporloucoB In this par tlcular lien GOOD GUESSING CONTEST Progrnnuncs Ornamented with Cats Bach Word iu Game Begin with Word Cat After nil have aseeiuliled DABS pro traromtc urnarnnulo with outs our tell tho gMcwIa that Um questions Re lo be answered by owe word the fitst syllable uf kIch la out A waterfall and a dtMttMl Onlar act An Innramont ot torture and an anl malt taL- A deluge T Cataclym A burial placer Calaeamie- Somitlecu uMd at ruuorutar Cota aliiio An UHronKtou state Caulowy 1 A list of rumw or things tCur ugua An animal hood In tile mountains Catamount A grout calamity Catastrophe A disease that ndllcls many Ca nrrb A boat rarely JlclnT Cutamara A class or oraor of IdeasT tCto gory Otto who provides for the Inner nun Rainier What tMMOiuttS a butterfly Cater pillarA oft heard in the night Cat- erwaUl A religious edifice Otllicilral A beam at ehgrp endr Cathead1 An liuurutueoi ot torture Cat u 4lno Tniu- Uomoetlc ndrupUsT Cattle Au article used in Illness Cats plasmA ot questions acid answer Cat och Isiii Par triada ropy or Ike Ulaek Cat ingntlHti awl n peawiicr ornaaMditei IIy a eltiilwl kitten may bkgtveu KOI efrMliwen tprtKiil UK table with a red cloth use Week cut candy bow fOr favors red wmllw fa blail Wrought Ireu bOKlnre timid time tllft- will be unique Mbadea utay be made Torn rod paper with blacK cats paled inServe ilpviled crlbn mndwVehea cot tell olives scat A oinlted elder If no uu- vIhjuasMadame Morn PRETTY ALPACA WAIST rimmed with Galloon and the Vest Should De of Orepe do Chine or Like Material The tightfitting lining fastens 1111 mho donu on Una U urnutgwl the vest of oioTOdochliiM wlilch li drupel lorlMiutally time right edge icing loally liuUliint and made to fasten aver lo the left side the nuturlu fronUlIro also gauged horixontully the edges bring tlolAhod by galloon Thi NEAT AND PUBTTT material of the tightilttlpg part of the sleeves id slightly draped on the tin Ing the totaled wrists being finished with galloon Thu puffs arc cut in one pluce hint am gauged up a few Incite troui the lowor edge to form a small iiiiff below the larger one Manorial required for the bodice Two and onehalf yards 1C Inches wide threoluurllm yard crepodechlno two yards itMllnon two yards lining Well Groomed Uomombcr that to bu well dressedor wollcrocmcd or even considered a careful percm in your toilette you must today prosent to the world a shiny willbrushed wellkept head of hair There must be no sag over the cars there must be no stray ends and flying locks There Must bo nothing of the blowaway coiffure which was popular five years ago The hair must be lHe to the head and if It Is not naturally neat It must be made so toy Invisible net and Invisible pins L BOYS GIRDS I Ply away dMrle LEARNIIO ply sway The little bleak not sane Sly Will answer what you piece To your nngere oa tae lies B Whim you aK them what C er ter little clumsy lingers new Dear puiited eyes M elewl- Lut anger learn te race thingsOUR Never mMetag eel IU place And eyes M MI IHI MM by the r Ply away delete plr away A little Ml teller each say Hats MW people trad plegrs eyes sad bretn A teamed wills nod le see- C 8 MariM see M Ntcholaa DENT IRON Artistic Work Which Any yDo How to Make the teru Shown Old It ever occur to you Dumber Of pretty and The laid The bOlt c u u III made from strips or or a tills of pieces of stick tad black pamt hope 10 Hie objects shown in the iiluMro noun in reality they are guy quite the of ur girl The Mali arr some strips of metal a few ynnJii Of thin a that a roundnoted of priers wow square ttlet about that IIeN D I run ou wtten ftelened inside the easing of Many of the scrolls can txt bent with the On sets but the short turn the aka of the rottiidnoMd pHen There urn pistil In every city narrow strip rae be In or three widths but If It cannot be at a Hardware the utift can be cut width from a sheet of iron ur tin with a pair of tin shears Wfcer the scrolls i eacli Alper the Milofi M 10 be wjrfe tII 6 ppw wire hosed rotted the ease twlsh e4 together M howl m Pig 1Vhee a ettek is cat la the beck krase for the candle seek iwrt of KM metal that tOHvhe It BM to be tu lento also with the Miry When all work to oMpVld tin parts should be coated with two thin applications of Mack paint side by lamplack to shellac to It ii about the coMMieiKy of steam It may then be with II InC- lhair brash If It txjeomV too thick it can be with alcohol Ooly make a Mtlla of the Mack at one time unless It to kept well In a hove A and pretty for a candle bracket srggestid by Flits burg Gazette It shown in tho II IiHtraUon plan can bo out to measure 12 Inches high and four Inches wide near the top the scrollworK should be attached to a stick a quar ter of an inch square that In turn may be fall tened to a door or window casing Instruc tion Is to study the drawing and make the plan be some thin iron brass and few wire setae IVN It way seem diiftctilt maM taut fiinpK and within ability any bey hate needed narrow Gouger wire and lair and tutu Ihe alec niaoow will reqvlu whirl- the iron had two haul start any iich sad 1 bracket adding dry this applied and thinned corkd simple pattern the and v lino as user It as possible The candle socket Can be made from Pig J and for tho sconce under it an tight cared star may bo rut to mu ore iwo ln hM in diameter at shown In Its IOle if those brackets with candles win w useful at either side of a alit ror Or bureau When nuking any ab loot with scrolls or an own pattern such as Ikts light tnt iron work It U ilwes Dell to marX out tie design ou a piece or smooth heavy piper whit a lunch lead pencil Over the nag it win Le tHHCti easier to bond sad Oi the serous than to Guess ni the proper shape aid sue lor trip drawn lint it n perfect guide to the completed work And Nc Results The Dally Wbooptr u a great ad rcritilng medium Owan its no good At ell I put a waat ad in the other day and didnt get a single reply What aas your ad 7 Poor yiwns scan wishes to meet a beautiful girl of some meant who- is willing lo Jo her own housework Cleveland Leader- Dtuut Look Like Play What happened my boyf ourI tact is all scratched said the Oh 1 Just been playing with that little boy next door replied the son with his hand to his face Well the little boy next door evidently wasnt playing with Tout YnDlers falestnun RUNAWAY RALPH Day Was M Mush a He Gould Stand and Then lie Was Glad to Get Dank I wont stay hero another minute barer pouted little Ralph Per Thems always something hor to do next In the morning I get up It Im over to sleepy my hair and bother with shoe and neckties that oro most to got Into ImoiL Its Just the all day if grandfather doesnt mo to do an errand mother la sure want the oh I eken fed or a batkut apples or some wood or some Ill tjo where n boy can have fun and I guess ovary one will DM Oiling tfto pockets with ginger sad tome doughnuts that was frying he said hy gramlMotker Im going away to flsd a real Jolly place Im tired of living OH a ttuHii old farm Qooduy dearie smiled grand mother Ooeae hick jo Tbanksgiv lag dinner anti eat some of my pump kin pe mid turkey Wnyee thought Ralph grand mother doesnt care at all but I guess my mother will ke lOrry that she made me work to hard slither leaked surprised when the eager little boy told hit tory Very well Italpb she said as she kept on sowing only look out for snakes and vpldere and crow dogs OK OUODT NOW I CAN HAVU ALb TUB cur CUBTAROtf when It Kill dark bo sure you find a- Iry place to sleep Oootlfcy She never even kissed me ttleuigkt Ralph doIeflJllY letur take along verve ot these apples ray say dosed grandfather from lime orchard You II 841 hungry toy ana II- Ynlltt1 going to run awayl cried his sister Amy Ok tjewlyi Now t can have all tile NIt rnaAmy It really glad Im going thought Ralph alat Mii g the gate and nobody teem 10 car0 murk Running away dhl net seem such a grand frolic after all Jut at dtttk a tired little fellow crept softly through the badge ofIillaes nrmcnd tile crepovine to plaaca and made a wild rush for mother1 arms I couldnt find a good place lo sleep mother hn sobbed There wnnnt any fun folks were cross that llvwi where there were lawn swing and croquet halls and nobody wanted me at oil N there crt doge and pllcemcn nod cverythlhRl I II hang In wool anil run errands all nay tomorrow mother Amy ran have the cup cuclanli If she wants Vrn but please grandmother Id like another doughnut The Sunbeam TRAY AND PELLETS A Game Which Will Tnt Your Nun and Your Make One and Try The accompanying ItIexpitni itself It It a iray with a rim about in tlfiar nod four pars of rA1- titANogaigiT OIP ritAT tUkiiit arranged around the Inner edge In the tray are four pellets or very smell nrtl fl and the puixl u to work cue marble into each compart menL It looks simple and easy but try II and see what skillful bundling is flees tary to do u sale Good Ltleraiur You could amuse a roomful of people an entire evening with It An Ingenious boy cat make the ap paratus A wooden tray muy be had at a lioiwefurnlshing store Slid the partitions easily glued In plaza Egotism Alter asking a Ilersing on varloui members of the Household the tmal boy concluded his prayer as follows And lord 1odt forget to bless Pro ther CUarlje and make him as good i boy is l am ia Brethren of the Burningeihirst r By OWEN KILDARE Ccpyritbt leos by jspb U Bowie 1 I i Wo were In Nicks on Bayard street Those who know the least about it or I Us like would call it a low drinking Vince or common resort Nicks Dead House and The Morgue were our names for the place and we knew It pretty well We were there not because we bad any clubable doelree but because we hall to be there There were tlrw within us and wherever the moat for the least was givens there woand all the I brethren of the burning thirst oouh be found Wo wore not old acquaintances Far the last two hours we had been nolgh Lore In the lodging houee occupying adjoining bunks The common motive mode us meet in Nicks and na cusj ternary among the sodden we sat together to travel jointly Into forgetful t news I Receiving our tubs from the greasy bartender we chose a table near I the door t We drank our first tub In silence Ordering another our finances were examined The prospect was horrible only the price of one more We drank slowly and smoked and then the other spoke I dont mind carrying the banner and walking the streets for a night I It wasnt for the things a fellow I thinks about tramping from one end of the town to the other I knew he was about to tell me a few chapters from his life and not wishing to encourage him too much for we all have troubles of our own 1 made no reply Only to think that toes than two years ago I didnt know there were such places and such stuff as this he continued And now Im kicking be oause I cant get enough of it in tierce Are you only two years on the bum Y I asked simulating Interest Thats all and dont you think Its long enough to be carrying the ban i ner or sleeping In them tencent t bunks and getting your chuck either in a fivecent beanery or at some base 1mentdoor And nothing to drink only tubs Well If you feel that bad about It why dont you quit being on the bum Yes why dont I Why dont you or any of us he sneered None ol us knows what it is but once wo get Town this far something goes out o I you and youre stuck for good And then they holler Its drink the de mon of rum thats thA cause of It Well If It aint rum what is the cause of Itf Then 1 knew that lie Intended to tell lue his story He halfcarrled the tub to his lips but put It down again and stared al some lies flirting with a pool of the tuft In the center of the table- I was making good wages and thought Id get married One day three years later I got caught In the belt of my machine and this old arm p mine got twisted out o1 Joint He held up his palsied limb with a movement typical of mendicants Some o them wanted me to sue the company but the super came round to see me and when I got well again he gave me a job as night watchman There was less money In that than working at the bench but It waS easy and 1 had mostly all day to myself I nodded comprehendlngly Well everything was lovely till the I wife began to kick about having less money to keep the house than when I was at the machine and the first thing I knew we had a boarder a fel low that was working over at the shop Its a funny game this keeping board ers What do you mean I dont know how smart you are he remarked somewhat disdainfully but I guess youll understand this all tight One night I had a worse touch of the rheumatlz than ever before and the super happening to be still in the gmce put a man in my place and let me go home The mask of Indiffer once fell and the lend was disclosed And they didnt expect me at home He almost emptied his glass What did you 7 I had the rheumatlz he didnt and he got away before I could choke him like a rat I wanted to kill him and her but she too gut away on me be fore but wait The last drops of the beer were fairly sucked from the bottom of the tub Then everything went to the doge I didnt care what happened and Ever seen either of them again No and her I dont want to see ngaln whats the use he spoke growlingly And hlmhlmI been following that hound all these years Wherever I heard he was 1 went I tramped and begged from town to town and sometimes was so close to him that I only missed him by a few hours And now 1 been hang ing round here because I know hes here nnd sooner or later Ill meet him and then then He paused so long that I felt con strained to ask What would you do to him What would I do to him he howled What would I do to him Look at me Im dirty and filthy r bum and a tramp and that sneaking cur helped to make me that What would 1 do to him I aint as strong as I used to be but if that skunk was to comt here this minute Id kill him Id tear him IdIdId kill him and after they can hang me or do what they like with me r w1Yt Yf A4NLrl W+vR r Just then the door opened to admit another brother of the burning thirst nnd I hoped he would prove to be the villain come to receive his Just desertsThe newcomer was of a shifty look Ills roving oyos examined every taco In the room as hb slouchlngly passed cur table on his way to the bar Unsteadily my companion had risen from Ida chair and slunk to the bar The newcomor watched the exnight watchman with catlike attention Now as he saw my companion approach the bar against which he was still loan log he made as if to move away But the temporary Impulse was checked and drunken bravado made him hold his poet And so he heard the others whining appeal for just one more beer Nick just vine trust until tomorrowSure trust said Nick who had a reputation ns n humorist and pointed ot the sign behind him which bore this facetious legend- WETIIU3T TOMOUnOW My companion like a whipped won grel returned to the tablo What do you think o1 that he challenged me 1 aint wen good Bough for a tub o this dirty rotten stuff no more And I must have an other drink pal I must Its all burn- Ing insldo of mc Dont you know of any way I aint lOt nothing 1 couldnt oven get a nickel for all the rags on my bulk And Id sell my soul for a drink Just now honest I would Id do anything on the calendar lor- a Whats tho matter The newcomer had made his way to our table What you klckln about he asked the exnight watchman If you want a beer why dont you go and get IttI ulBt got the price answered the othnr despondently and I dont think you got It either What I aint got It the new comer laughed cynically and pulled r I WE 1 TtttST TOuuitnun his hand tilled with small coin from bill pocket Dyou think theres the price of a couple o beers In this handful rThe eyes of the exnight watchman shone with the tire of rapacity Would youdc you he stam meredSure 1 will afllrrued the new earner herds a nickel go and got yourself a tub Like a conquering hero my compan ion went to the bar and ordered his drink with elaborate haughtiness I took this opportunity to ask the newcomer my question Yes he was tha manThe exwatchman returned with his foaming tub and hoping for more to follow wanted to seat himself be side his new friend Out I felt an approaching crisis and wishing to postpone it if not able to prevent It I moved my chair between the two men They gave the customary toast ant then the newcomer leaned over the table after slyly winking at mo Dont you know me no more ha asked the exwatchman- A pair ot bleary eyes peeped at the questioner from an approaching ec stasy of stupefaction- No answered the other fast sir Ing in to the Influence of the stuff Where was it we met 1 The stranger stretched across the table bringing his face within a feW inches of the others Now look at me close The sodden thing struggled to come to the border of Intelligence The ex watchman stared and scowled into every line and crevice of the face be fore him and at last he knew U was my cue for action I threw myself on the outraged man and twining my arms around him braced myself to restrain him Had I not been there I reasoned the strangers life would have ben In direst Jeop ardy But strangely my muscles were not taxed to the utmost Instead I felt a relaxing of balance then I felt a dead weight hanging on me I released the bloodthirsty revenger He felt back Into his chair Ills gaze just met the coins still jingling In the strangers palm Yet there is much trickery in browsing and an a matter of safety I kept my hands on his arms for a case ot emergency The exwatchman was the first to speakI ought to kill you he hissed to him who had betrayed his hospitality And then I let my hands fall from his arms for a safeguard was necessary no longer What kill me for a woman the newcomer laughed right merrily Dont talk like a fool Drink up and have another one- I ought to kill youi ought to kill you1 ought murmured the ex husband Then he passed his glass to the waiting Nick to have It refilled ai the expense of the exboarder a IW w nNS 1Rww- f SCHOOL DRAMATICS TODAY AN APPROVED PORTION OP OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM The Schoolgirl Who Taltss Part in Plays Learns How to Work in Harmony with Others College Girls Annual Shakespeare Play Draco Poise and Forbearance Ac quired Through Participating In Dramntlos The Memory Is Strengthened and Familiarity with Oood Literature Obtained nr MAKOATUCT R SANOSTEK Copyright 1M by JeMph n towhee When I was a schoolgirl we used to look forward with great rjntlclpatlo to our annual school exhibitions I do not know why the powers that were then In authority made a distinctly between a girls reading her own eeea and a girls reciting a poem by some body else but this thoy did toys wore required to declaim and great stress was laid In their education or the cultivation of ease before an audl once Put we girls as a rule sat modestly In the front seats of the obaprl In our whtto tweks while members of the school commuted or local clergyman read our eoniposltloni for us In the Ideal ot that day worn ans place was In the sweet shelter and beautiful background ot her hones and young girls were not tmeourugm to take part In public exorcises ot any kind Tho exception was in favor of the smaller girls who wcra dressed like fairies and eame tripping out to sing a solo or recite a bit of verso and who wore taught to curtsey deep ly in response to applause from the listenersIn later schooldays there oaim a change I remember very well the first time 1 stood before what seemed to mo n crowd of attentive faces and read a composition ot my own The subject was Temperance and It was treated with great force by the 14 year old girl who had chosen no big a theme In the middle of the reading she became frlghtcnpd lost her place and her voice and could hardly hUll Gone on but for a kind gentleman who came and stood by her side say ing Never mind them my dear Read straight ahead Ill stay right by you I still remember that man most gratefully Still later we had In our school what today might be celled a venture In school dramatics We of the senior class decided that we mutt have a May Queen with court attendants tallies elves trolls queens of flow ers nnd ot grains a Ceres a Flora a 1erwphonov unit a train of people representing different phases of the earth and the MM Our iclrarue was so ambitious that we could net find anything lu print by which we could wiry It out and the girls with one consent ttiniod to me saying You must write n play for uc or else our May Queen will be a failure Looking hack I have always been surprised at the way the touchers acted In the mat ter but our lovely principal when approached was really most gracious Why yes oho sales Miss M may be excused from all her classes for the next week while she Is writing the May Queen play I wish I had It now but It long ago was lost In the limbo of forgetful ness The thing I can see wllh my eyes strut Is thl beautiful pageant with the prettiest girt In school uQueen of the May and everyone from the oldest to the youngest taking some part lu her coronation either Hinging a song or making nn udilrtjs while the whole school drilled by the mil Blail director broke forth Into request chorals School dramatics are very common bow They afford a great deal of diversion to those who form the cast to the rest of Iliu class Interested and to the spectators In our colleges an event of the year Is the rendering of- a play of Shakespeare such a I Mid summer Nights Orua lor Much Ado About Nothing The proportion are usually simple and tho stage setting Is necessarily whatever the girls run managu with screens and portieres and their own olpver wits But thorn Is far more than diversion uccured In tho care and pains with which tlto characters are solrctud In thn many rehearsals under the supervision ot teachers and In the fidelity with which the girls repeat tliu lines assigned tliotn- Whatever part a girl may take she I is rtxpeclad to prepare for It with dill geacn and accuracy and to regard It Uti Important whether It bo that or- B loading lady or of a mail In watt lug On the mimic stage of the srhool room there mulct bo respect for the work for the works tttke thuro must je duo conMlduratlon of tho honor of the school as a whole and thorn must bus also great patience and forbearance among the girls tlinmmlvos because when a group of people aro rehearsing for a play there may bo Impulsive ritlclRtns of those who blunder and little frictions which for the moment hurt the sensitive and annoy the Illicittempered Curls rush to suporlu IVOR at inch times Wo have to put temper wholly aside whenever we are working towards a common end Ono of the most Important lessons In llfn one that girls need to tarn Is how to work in harmony with oth ere In this life we are all somehow jound In ono bundle and If anybody declares that she Is going to stand nil nlotio and do her work all alone and have her pleasures all alone she is making a great mistake one that she will thud out to her cost after awhileI 7 A girl who takes her little chart IQ school dramatics will by and by be a graceful hostess In her home and tf the opportunity arises she will be able easily to entertain her friends and to arrange pleasant evenings for little social groups In her church her guild hor league her Christian ISndeavor society or hot club she will hold her owns It was said of Queen Victoria that she never was afraid of a vacant space In front of her I bavo seen girls who hesitated and shrunk from crneslni a drawingroom filled with people The bane of My life the thing that makes one awkward sky and clumsy Is iMiircensclausnesa It Is at the root of the hampering diffidence which U a very different altalr from modoety For many reasons pride from pies ant strengthening of memory and tram obtaining familiarity with good lUcre turn school dramatics are an approved portion of our school system I wish the girls who read this would take tile trouble to write unit tell ma particularGOOD GUESSING CONTEST Programmes Ornamented with Cuts Each Word lu Game Begins with Word Cut After all have aesemMed pass pro grammes urnamwitefi with oats nod toll the guests that the iiuewttens ate to be answered by one worn the first syllable of welch Is cat A waterfall and a disease star actAn Instrument of torture and an ant mair aL- A deluge Cataclysm A burIAl placer Culacomits- Humetlracu UWN ut lunufubr Catafalque An unconscious state Uautopey tCat1loglloAn animal found In the mountains CatamountA Catastrophe A disease that umicts many Ca tarrhA at rarely seen Catamnnta + A class or order of ideas Ualei gory One who provides for the Inner man Uatoior What becomes a bullttrfly Cater pillar A cry oft heard in the night Cat erwauLA Mlineet ONtbotlral A beam at M wftiif omit Cathead An iHitrumeot ot turtHtc Cat w Nine Tall- Domestic quadrupeds Cattle An artlclu used in Illucw Cata plattru A book of questions and answer Catechism For prtwn n copy of the Black Cat magazine unit a penwiper ornamented by n sUirtwl Kitten may be given Per refreshments spretiit the table wltb a rod cloth use black tat candy hoses for favors ref candles In bleak wrought Iron boWsja and tire eRect will btt iwlqiiR HtmtfM may be made from red paper with HWtK arts peeled onServe deviled crab sandwiches eat fee olives and a utulled elder If no WIIM objutsMadame MerrL PRETTY ALPACA WAIST Trimmed with Galloon and the Vest Should D of Crepe de Chine or Like Mutrrlai Tho tlfihtnttlng lining fastens tip the front on thin Is arranged the vest of crepe de china winch is draped ItorUoulally lire right edge feting neatly hnUhrd and made lo fasten over to ibo left stile the material fronts are also gauged horlOQtully tbo edges being lloUhfd iiy galluun The NEAT AND PMETTY material of the tlghtfUtlng part of the sleeve it slightly draped on the lin lug the pointed wrists being finished with ealloun The puffs are cut in ono piece but are gauged up a few melts from the lower edge to form a small purr below the larger one Materials required for the bodice Two rind onehalf yards 4G Inches wide threelourtliH yard cropeduchlne twom yards utilluuQ two yards lining Vcll Oroomed Remember that to bo welldressed or wollgrocmcd or even considered a careful person In your toilette you must todaj present to the world a shiny willbrushed eell kept head of hair There must be no sag over the ears there must be no stray ends and flying locks There trust be nothing of the blowaway coiffure which was popular five years ago The hair must be cloio to the head and It It Is not naturally neat It must be made so toy invisible net and Invisible Diet l BOYS GIRLS I Ply away deane LEARNING ply awar- Thll little black note eons lay Will answer what you paeaN To your amen us the Keys Whoa eu ask them weal Dear say little clumsy angers awl Dear putaltd eyes so slew I Lest nncere learn to race thingsOUR Never mleeieg see Us plate And eyes to est up sales er the Ply away dearie phr awar A little Mt bettor each day Dials how people trala Fingers eyes and brain A iremeil wills n4 toaey E 8 Martin IB at Nleeiea BENT IRON Artistic Work Which Any Do How to Make the tern Shown Did It ever occur to you number ot pretty and Gazette inches should a could from strips or ued a few blts wire pieces ur slick and acme black paiHtr Ior baps it may IntUit to malts objects shown lu illuetra noon but In real they are simple quite wltUIn the ability of say 8 rl The seeded are narrow a few yards thin copper wire a dU and M roundnosed pair of and thin square alleles about the sue that bcreen run on when fastened in aide the easing of windows Mny of the scrolls can beat with the Cn GOT ttht the turs will require the aid of the roulHtnO pliers There ore place in every cly where the narrow tint iron can be bad in two or three widths but If it cannot be had at a Hardware store M strips can be out say width from a sheet of Iron tin with a pair of tin shears Where he trolls touch each other the is 10 fee with covper wire roused aM the ends twilled together as shown 1 Where a stick IS wile as in the hock brace for the cantle braeket sack part of the metal that lowrrme H has to feu fai tened alno with the wire When all work is eempleted the parts should be coated with two applicators of black luiot made by milling lampblack this shellac so It Is about toe OMHtency It nay be applied with a sari hair brH h and If It twcomwt too thick It can bf thinned with alcohol Only make a little of one time unless It Is kept w lleork d In a bottleA and pretty pattern for a candle bracket suggested by the Pitts burg is shown In the Il lustration Thr plan can be laid out to measure 12 high four Inches wldo aear he top and the serollworK be Attached to stick a quar ter of an Inch square that In turn nay be faa tend to a door or window casing The best instruction Is to study the drawing and make the plan be made some nr tliln Iron brass of seem iiiu tho ity very and boy ur aisle rats some stripe of metal Of pliers some be hert wr union mad bound In Pig thin dry t0 of cream then thf Mack at and lines as near It ss possible This caudle socket can be made from Pit i nnd for the sconce under it an elgh oerod star may be rut w meaj oreao Itiehej In dtamrltr ai shown In J u S- Ob Of these brackets with candid will tie useful at ruttier side of a ntlr ror or bureau Whir making any ot ten with scrolls or an open pattern such III thus light bent iron work It Is always best to mart out the design 9u a piece of smooth heavy paper with a black lend pencil Ow the ulnas it will lo much ratter 10 herd sad til the scrolls itiau to guess ni the proper chap and size tor the drawn tine Ii a perfect guide to the raniputtd worlt And No Resulul D The Dally WUooprr u a great ad rcrtismjc medium Ownn its rw rod At all I pupa wjioiod in the other day and dldnt get a single reply VitAl was rour ad poor young man wlihet ilo meet a beauntul girl 4f come nieapi who ts willing to Jo her own hoaselyorK Cleveland Leader DltUit Look Like Play Whats happened my buf four face is all scratched said tbe father Oh I just been playing with that little boy next door replied the con with his hand to bis tae Well the little boy next door evl deafly wasnt playing wiiSyou Yonkers Stateembn I RUNAWAY RALPH Day Was at Much ns He Could Stand and Then Ito Was Glad to Get Daok I wont stay kite another minute hero pouted little Ralph Per Tlirrts always something hor to do next In the morning I get up If Im ever so sleepy my hair and bother with shoo and neckties that are most to get Into knots Its Just the all day It grandfather dorant me to do an errand mother lt sure want the chickens fed or a basket apples or some wood or some Ill go where n toy can have fun and I guess every ono wilt tno filling his pockets with Ginger and some doughnut that was frying he said hy grandmother Im going away to find a real Jolly place Im tired of living on a stupid old farm Ooodby deans smiled grand mother Come back to ThanUfjlr ing dinner and eat some of my pump kin pie and turkey Whyeel ihesghl Ralph grandmother deeeni cart at all but I cvqrjo my mother will be sorry that made nie York so hard Mother looked surprised when the eager little boy told his story Very well Ralph the said at she kept on sowing only look out for- snakes anti spiders and cross dogs ow r OII DODD NOW I CAN hat L Atb TIIU CUP CUSTARDS when It gU dark be sure you find A dry place to sleep Good bl- She never even kissed me thought Ralph drMermir- IlettBr take ntosg tome ot these apples toy bay called grandfather from the orchard You II get hungry by and by- Ralphs going to run await cried bin sister Amy Oh goody Now tease haw all ibe cup costnrJ Amy Is really glad Im going thought Ralph slCMiaMig ib Krt and natrndy sates 10 carp tuu h Running away did not seem such s gram trope alter alt Just at dusk a tired little fellow crept softly through the hedge ot lilacs nround the grapevine to the piazza and made a wild rush for mothers arras I couldnt find a good place to sleep mother he sobbed There wasnt any fun folks were rots that lived where there were lawn swings and croquet balls and nobody wanted me at all N there emcee dogs mid plIcemen and everything I II urine in wood and run orrands all nay tomorrow mother Amy can hove the cup custards If she wants em but please grandmother Id like another doughnutThe Sunbeam TRAY AND PELLETS A Game Which Will Tu Your Nerves and Your Patience Wake One and Try It tTbeexplain Itself It it a round wooden tray with n rim about half an inrb in helgat and four pairs of raised par I AHItANOfcMtJsT OF THAT tltlons arranged around the Inner edgeIn the tray are four pellets or very small narblts nnd the puzzle is to work can marble into each compart ment It looks simple and easy but try It lint see what skillful handling u fleece gary to Jo It tars Good Literature You could amuse a roomful ot pcopl an entire evening With It An Ingenious boy eau make the a paratui A wooden tray may be hat a liCiiinfunilshinR store and tbs partitions easily Glued in placesEgotism After asking a bleulng on various member of tho household the mal boy concluded his prayer ai follows And Lord dont forget to bless Bro ther C Julie and make bm I1i goo4 I boy u 1 anO v v r + 4 +HtHHtHtt +HI BereaTeachersT ADDRRS ALLLKTIKlia Club FOR rtDUCATio T- Ot 0 U Lwi UKHIA KY 4HH HIHHHHIIH 1 HIH Colorado Springs Colo Jim 7 1000 Dear B T C Members After rending the many good lot tors you Imvo written I feel it my duty to seed you my greeting also Since I left my school September 2 I Imvo been here in tho nhndow of PikeB Peak which is over lifting its hoary snowcapped head HO high like nn eternal monument cheering on by its grandeur to nobler deeds I often gaze nt Its beauty and splendor at sunrise troll my window and wish that you could w bore too to oujoy the grand aweinspiring scones which surround tho city ouch as The Garden of tho Qods Seven Falls Cheyenne Canon or u ride to the fliimuiit of Pikes Teak in till glues cars nod spring This is the nicest city I have seen and BO dry that the boys ride their wheels twelve months each year- I have been in school ever since I came hero This is certainly a fine school but they grade much harder than at many other schools and strango to say they do not have any rules but each acts as seems best to him while out of school so 1 can say that I have not broken a single rule since I have been hero Success to tho Boron Teachers Club her shay members and last but by no moans leant success to her most excellent president With love nnd host wishes to nil I i remain Sincerely YoursNI AMBROSE Illllt ailOUAI ClAS4liU Important to lUrrn Ntmliml By our great Creator a desire for music was deeply planted in the souls of all non There is no nation so barbarous that Its people do not attempt some means of expressing their feeling through music stun the lowest savages tell of their lovo joy grief or rage by their war songs Every class of people has this Inv born desire to express the deeper emotions of the soul through rmwtoj therefore it is not n question of whether or not wo will have music alreadyItion in will wo give direction to this instinctive desire for music that it may become or i will we lot it seekoxprobsion In ways that are primitive anti crude Sure ly it is worth our while ns tonoliornI to join forces with this instinctive for music and make it n Ithearts of developing tho minds nnd of our students If music is to bo brought within tho reach of the masses it must bo accomplished largely through tho efforts of tho public school teacher Hence it Js of primo importance that our teacher should bo able to read and understand the language of music and to know how to present it to the student in an inspiring way To thaw who expect to teach in our public schools the choral classes are of special importance because hero they may gain a thorough knowledge of tho beginning elements of music and by thorough drill nnd horo given troy may got a solid foundation which will enable them to teach the subject intelligent i IX Again tho choral classes are Im portant to all students because by being able to road simple music they can enter tho various musical societies anti bo receiving great bone fit to thorn as long ns they stay in Lorna furthermore they may become able to bo of greater service to the community to which they go after leaving Berea No student should leave Boron College without tho ability to lend in tho singing of our standard hymns and since opportunity is given through the choral classes and other It Quiets1 the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is so valuable in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the Inflammation quiets the fever soothes and heals Sold for 60 years roLnlarI4A severe attick of pneumonia mid I tree that I owe HIT lie In III curative II THUITT Wawa1yroprtlrWILLIAI brJ O Co Lowell JUu Al mumfaoturera of AK4 7 SARSAPARILLA eI sPILLS ii Hasten keeping the bQWats regular with Ayers enter or r Uptodate i Ptith BIOKNELL EARLY have dissolved partnership and J P BICKNELL will continue business at the old stand I onlyI Iam best serving your interests as well as my own by making the change Naturally while I have been doing a credit business there have been losses on bad accounts not only because certain people did not intend to pay when they had the goods charged but also because others through sickness and other causes were unable to pay when they had areodand when other creditors pressed them too hard went into bankruptcy and secured an annulment of their debts l In order to keep going it was necessary for us to charge enough for our goods to make the profits cover the losses Every credit store must and does the same thing The cash basis will enable me to makelower prices for the same qualities or give bettor qualities for the same money i We know that by getting cash for our goods when we sell them we can save you all the way from 5 to 20 per cent on your pnrchases We know we credit customers who are as good as gold and in making this change to a cash basis we do not question any mans ability or willingness to pay his honost dobtsiVc mako the change because by doing so we can serve all our customers better We take this opportunity of thanking our old customers for thofr long continued patronage We appreciate the trade you I ihaVe given us in the past and we invite you to keep on trading withus We honostly believe that you can afford to pay as high as 8 per cent for money borrowed to pay cash for what you buy of us rather than trade at credit stores and pay the Other Fellows Debts Let Us Prove It To You 1 I have and am just putting in a nice line of the Best Groceries I expect to carry as good and complete line of Groceries as is kept in Berea and sell them at DowntoDate Prices My motto is UptoDate Goods and DowntoI Date Prices I expect to carry a general line of Merchandise First I have a stock of good Shoes out of the boxes which I am Closing Out at a Sacrifice Prices as follows Ladies and Gents Shoes 300 Shoes at 200 250 Shoos at 175 175 Shoos at 125 60 pairs Hoods Rubber Shoes 300 Rubber Felt Shoos at175225 Rubber Felt Shoos at 150 30 Shields Mens Hats 300 Beet MouV lists at200250 Boat Mono Hats at 175 Bargains for300 Large Wool steam for mill men steel and tin Farm 1 and All Prices JR PBICKNELL i musical of this institu absolutelyfreeto bo regretted that anyone should leave hero without having put forth an effort to acquire for himself this capacity for usefulness to tho community wherever he may go Till ANNUAL 1IKIIATK IMil U lln Venui Alptin Zeta AlphaZeta nightInnearly ono thousand people Dr meetingAfterchairman read tho question of debate for tho evening Resolved That Congress should delegate the power to regulate and determine railroad rates to n Commission or Bureau time helr10wl1I such action is to be admitted und 2nd the question is not to bo affected by any legislation antecedent to the Debate An expression of hearty approval in Misses Hats 100 Hots at 50 75 Hats at 25 Mens all Wool Suits 1200 Suits 800 Suits for 060 050 Suits for 450- fi 00 Suits for 300 Stock of all Pants 400 Pants now 325 325 Pants now 250 250 Pants now 200 200 Pants now 175 125 Pants now 100 came from the audience as tho speakers whoso had up to this time been carefully with from time public came forward to their re spective desks Alpha Zeta and its partisans occupied the east side of the Chapel and Phi Delta Hie West Phi Delta was represented by Messrs C C Hudson John Welch and W C Hunt who affirmed the question Messrs Norman Frost Harry B Kiunard and Henry Leugfelluer spoke on tho Negative for Alpha ZetaMr Hudson opened the discussion carefullyoutlining and upon time audience tho lines of argument and points of attack which the Affirmative would pursue His speech set out the evils of the present system and time need of n remedy nnd showed that tho speaker was master of his subject Tho calm deliberation that characterized tho speech of Mr Frost gave much weight to his argument which was clear and pointedand faultless in logic Mr Welch through out his argument had an ease of bearing and expression which showed that reasoningMrargument put so pointedly that it was not answered Mr Hunt was I at home on the stage and had a natural earnestness of expression that carried conviction and impressed all The Judges wore President J C Acheson of Caldwell College Dan Ky Prof B T Spencer of the Kentucky Wesleynn College Win chester Ky and Judge L B Chalkley Doan of the Law Depart mentof Kentucky University Lex ington Ky To avoid the possibility of u tie the decision of each judge was to be given either affirmative or negative The decision which was acquiesced in gave two votes to the affirmative the side of Phi Delta All the Judges expressed them selves in the highest terms of appre elation of tho work done One ro marked it was the best of its kind ho had heard in Kentucky Another stated that the work would take second place to no college in this part of the State Both sides had searched tho question to the bottom and there was no argument omitted questionloftwork done is n credit to the speakers the Literary Societies and to Berea College and would be a credit to any College The speakers ai well as Bargains in Ladies Skirts I 1000 Skirts at 000 500 Skirts at 400 375 Skirts nt 300I300 Skirts nt 200 Ladies and Misses Jackets 750 Jackets now 500 600 Jackets now 300 350 Jackets now 275 250 Jackets now 200 A nice line of Mens and Underwear Hosiery Caps etc tI Galvanized piping flittngs valves galvanized roofing implements Weber wagons Uptodate Goods at Downtodate organizations Congressional names held impressing ville universally Ladies I their seconds have gathered frets and experience which will never be forgotten and which will be of lusting value current yet in the world for half a century to come The ma terial for debating is here What Boron College needs now is a system by which time winning teams will InterCollegiatedebate by giving credit for one course in some department as Political Econo my History or some allied subject Kiitprfnlnmnit nt HIP 1iirlnli Illinois It will be long before tho people of Berea have the privilege of listen ing to n better entertainment than that of Tuesday night when the Ariel Quartette assisted by Miss Campbell accompanist and Mr James Combs Reader gave n Program in the Union Church The program opened with a delightful instrumental number March Mili taire by Miss Campbell who made her hearers wish that one who could so effectively use a cabinet organ might have had n chance to show her powor on a piano instead It would be hard to select from tho numbers given by the Quartet and the solos by Prof Rigby and Mr Horton any amIdIfor special mention Not one have been left out Every but two was encoredloue of being a deeply impressive theseIlection which the souse of the of things prevented being and tho other being the final night The Quartet encoredIloaded for the occasion naturedly responded to every n return to the unbounded of the audience Mr Combs also was at his best and after every nuns J her was called back He too had not I come without his cartridge belt being well filled While every selection i which he gave was well received hits takeoff of a schoolboy recitation set the audience wild Though social privileges were not given the lower part of the house was almost solidly filledshowing that Boron people know n good thing when it their way It needs no comesIforetell u striking success Quartet and Mr Combs when go a touring but they will travel fur to findn more appreciative audience than the one they facOOJlast Tuesday night Wherever go they ought if possible to takekMiss Campbell with them Hr H++I I I I 11 lHIlHr BereaTeachersj 1 ADDRESS ALL LETTERS Cl roUA KY I I I I I I I I I IIChoe meal Men In the Louisville Herald for Jan teary 23 appears n face familiar to most persona who have boon students yuanItbard who is now representing Owsloy county at Frankfort Tho writer has often boon asked by young moo mostly teachers if ho thought it wise for a young man to enter politics Isis answer was uniformly this If you want to make the world bettor by living in it and dcsiro to givo your lifo to tho sorvioo of your follow moo and if you feal that you havo unilincliiiig courage and an iron will gee Kentucky needs all the young mon of that kind In politics that oho onn got and though as a toaoher you are doing great good yet as n clean houent unBolflflh olltiolauyour field of use fulness will be broadened It is true that too often tho offices of trust in our counties and stato are mOlloytlJlYthou osier to render service to society Lot such won as wo know Taylor Oabburd to be Jill our county olIIce sad our legislative halls at Frankfort nod wo wl1lfluq not only education but every good thing move forward ns wo have never known it to do boforo Club members and toachors you are out of tho school room now but you are loaders and toachore In your conuuuultiesi yet tho loat character and brain of was torn Kentuok Is fount- amongst the country teachers 1iu out strong men from your number who will stand firm through all temptation put them bolero tht people and by a oamjraign of honor and intelligence put thorn in olmrgo of our government state as wall na local By no other work ann you moro richly blow your people rarwitn Nrglnclvd C retilU rCtIItcAlthough tho farm keeled the bal auto of trade In the nations favor furnishing twothirds ofour ui ports and contributing to our iimnuf eUir ull8Mllroodarativily little basbttou dons towHnla educating the farmor for Ufa work AsrieultureThe farmers boy In the country should huvo the prlrih ge or attctndlug a eobool In IUt oonttortable a sohoo house with as good equipment and boynthoroughly trained in life profession protllaAnWhatever you wish to apjWr in tho life of a nation you must put into Iii schoolsIf H be possible by proper educa tion to enable n young farmer to make two blades of grass grow whore only one grow before to mako two oars of corn or two heads of wheat grow whore he had only liar vested one before thou such educa lion pays Four years ago I drove by an old worn out field Tho fence hall hew torn down and tho persimmon sprouts and broomsedge had taken posses sloe rho root of tho old cabin built by the pioneer farmer had fallen in and buzzard sat upon the dilapidated sightLast same place This tuna it wits down n shady lane On either side was n rom field that bid fair to rank from CO to 70 bushels per nerd A splendid barn and an elegant farm LOUBO had taken tho place of the old log hut Green grass well br stock anda gonoral appearance of h How Many Birthdays You must have had sixty at least What Only forty Then it must be your gray hair Ayers Hair Vigor stops these frequent birthdays It gives nil the early deep rich color to gray hair and checks falling hair And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy H I weantestlrtrouwdwith d ndrnir which protue1 A moot Itching or the scab trial Ae 111 VIJlnand thl dan dun loon dlapprod hAir all Iln rslllnr nut uulll now bars s s JndI3 need of bstrmAVlp t INItla oOtldCo- nDoAX4ebJJo A JIT Co Iow n Vufo- ff SAR3XPARIUA PILLS O CDERKY PCCTWAU 1 1 order system and scientific farming caused mo to oak tho ignorant driver what had wrought thent changes The reply wits 1 dunno actly a darned Yankee came down hero and untchellyhnroTho secret of tho matter is ho was an educated farmur The place to lay tho foundation for a change In this stato of affairs lit in the school room but iu order to make it affective the school rooms of tho State mint be presided over by teachers who are not only educated in the brandies now taught and trained profoBBionully for their work hilt who are also woll versed In the olemantary principlos of time science of agriculturo Statistics show that tho nbllityof a people to want money IB In direct proportion to the amount of education they have received It nmttore little whether thoy be bankers inerchants lawyers or farmers A blacksmith in one of our largo cities makes ovor 2000 a your mind yet ho does moth ing but tho headwork Others do tho pounding at tho anvil He hoe a oollogo education Think of a college graduate being a blacksmith hut why not If ho OHM snake a financial success of iU It is certain ly an honorable occupation ITho most productive thing In the not a dollar nor two dollars but a thing that in not material a ekipsoomlrwroeanoI I bolt Kentucky 1ms many of these Arced can boys and finer specimens Ijo round in theoiviliud world 16 parmollnt duty of this Common provwionsfor girlskequalfootingany other State in title Union I uH It Js criminal iu tho sight of rasa to tae null mistreat the nutelII Rae ia igaoranco SoulMru Edu nation HTVUIINTS AT IIUIIICA I Academy Irinr4nif ut ISInlerTennl0a e I 8hlellNlt8f Bwm College AwleraotuQeo Jackson Ekw Baker Lewis E Jaoobs A liwider Chat Jenkins CnW Hewlw IL A JOAW May P IJenge J It Johnson Lola oaaa Whitt S Keffor Albert lSo1 BJmer Kimbnll I K Drown Luther Kinuard Frank Uurdette Neil Lewis Etta Burgess U M Logan Howard Burtt Everett Lucas Alex Oaldwell nines Luokford Jno Callahan Jno McClure Eugene Campbell S McClure Harry Cxytroal n N MaCJurtl1181rl AUlltiI u HarryCliokCollliiBworth T1esl Leslie Combs Oilbort Noo Martha Adeni H- Cunhmnn Geo Qtmdo Henry DoBauri Claudo Kooco May Dlznsy Howanl Itoeco Wm L Donaldson Anna Hitter Fred Karly Clinton KobartB Mrs No Feo Mary Boss Andrew M Fulton Cling Boss David F- Fonn Mabel Sorivnnr Sam Planery A Slmohlotord F Fowler Allla Shorts Clyde Fowlor K Frank Splult Earl MaryProugorFrith Con Stout Itobt titOunhhur L Strange Wm Garrott Uugeno Swllaer Howanl- GirardiuI Jacob Thompson B B llugenHarrison HatfloldLoonard Todd Alwin D Amyllioroiijmus C- Hill Lester Wallace M Hopkins Bertha Washburn Hoz- Ilotinchfl Theo Washbuni M Htiblwl Nool Wheoldon V Huff Jowo S Wheelur Frank Hulott Gertrude Wilson Worn Hunt Kellio Wright Bouj F Irlcklnylnit Clnii IIIIrTflrmIOOG Bogie Alloii McCllflh Prod Diznoy Walter MeDaniol Frank Duncan Wm Marlowe Oscar Dwyor D J Marlowe Walter Hopkins Andrew Moxloy Ceo Iloskiim Jno Murray M J Hudson Daniel Ponk Oliver E Jasper Torril Kay Hallio Johnson C L SutuiorJovus M Nurnlnennil Applied Srloiu Winter Term 1000 Boatty Mrs A King Nina Combs Adalluo Moiseuhollor M Emerson Hazel Rutherford Etta Howard Lizzie Taylor A B va I History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil WarL ri 4Aeta m rsmmsssares 8 CHAPTER IContinuedI On tho 3d October in company with Lint Cox mull twenty more of tho recruits wo returned to IWltill Springe nut wero sworn into tho U S service for threo years or during tho war unseen sooner discharged by propor authority Iteeruiting parties with squads woro dally arriving The Colonels long rows of neat cottage buildings were full dhd 1 large quantity of quarterIVuexoflllant bun and bacon Tho services of an oxporlencod stinker wero secured who furiiMhod us good broad full rations of coffee Bud and V8reldumpoosome good old former But tho in sufficient number of skillets trying 11ft18 and oofTco Lots prorniscuously gathered up and brought in by thoughtful recruits and tho groat number of solf appointed inexporipn coil oookn caused confusion and no little discord To avoid this a cortuin number of cooks were selected for each company or part of company to attend to culinary affairs alone After this judicious arrangement we lived well for soldiers and many urI those oomimuy cookVero there carriedewar IiltnJIHllouaclelnlh the dishcloth received the alfee tioiMte name of mother I Ward Company F kindly answered to the etcfTdw 4th of October Capt Jambou arrived with a full company from about time throe forks of tho Kentucky CIIltWiubornalai joined us thus nugmtMitiag our II to about sixty Lieut C Itwitoii soon after came in with a olarge quad that subsequently be flame Company 15 By the 18th October tbere were no less than fifteen pleats of companies and full ooujMtiiw in camp Col Barnes in formed IM that comiMiiies ootild have only until tiNt 10th November to completo their ornniMlkHW Tien- oooeiknble Yeliaisg ur squads took place and party of squads bolting to other part of ooinnanies the men not being pleased with the selfish ar I rangeweot their roeogniaed leaden were trying to snake with others securing to thenselves a lieu t eoaney and making no provision for even a iKHtooutuiiaBioned officer for any of their devoted followers Thus teen were after being worn in allowed to leave any company not full and join what company they chose and then have a choice in the selection of oomiany titian even down to 8th corporal The 28il October our onuampmont WM thrown into a furor of excitement on tho receipt of tho nows of Gen beingdttltedat Wild Cat Mountain by a few regiments of Indianiuns and a few raw Kentucky recruits About the 38th October Captains Mnyhow Mo Dam leland J D Bantons companies from Bnrbourvillo and Manchester arrived at tho Springs Our re caption of this important addition tour o command was enthusiastically oompnuill8hudwo mot thom in tho town of Irvine with music and much encoring anti escorted thorn as conquering heroes to our oaaip Tho measles lint broken out among UH and notwithstanding good mediums aid wan secured several hundred of tho Eighth boys went through thin sickening contagion Though none died immediately from the disease it no doubt subsequently caused tho loath of n largo number spentlstgross was unavoidably slow as nearly nil tho selfappointed officers and drill Horgonuts woro as little skilled in tactics as tho roan who toned it difficult to habituate themselves to being disciplined bysuch awkward superiors LieutenantColonel May CllptnillPOollwar as Lieutenants nail Captain It B Hickmau lord attended military school n fow mouths previous to joining tho Eighth All tho other officers wore novices in tactics and regulations From the 1st to the 10th of No vombor the principal excitement in camp was tho splicing of squads into companies and tho election of officers With so much electioneering disci plume existed only in nauio Thoro wore souse oxoi lug and uncomforta bly close races but tho best of humor prevailed defeated aspirants cheer fully acquiescing in the choice of the majority Tho 13th November ten companies rnaxitnumlnamberlow over nine hundred The newly elected company officers met and do cidod upon the letter and rank of ouch company as follows Co A Mayhow1st Co B Captain A D Powell 1st Lieut I Non 2d Lieut J Blaokwoll Co C Captain John Wilson lilt Lieut Win Park 2d Lieut Caseins Park Co D Captain It B Jamison 1st Llout J P Oninm- 2d Lieut T Carson Co E Captain R B Ilicknmn let Lieut C D lepton lid Lieut Perry Nickolls Co P Captain John B Bontou hat Lieut Barton Dixon lhughosCo1st Ltout Caleb Hughes SpyneorColet Lieut Wade B Cox Wrightpolet Lieut Crooks AmyColet Lieut Weeley Stewart 2d Limit Win Smallwood asColonelBBroadhuH oldTlnwthyThree days after we received an entire outfit of camp and garrison equipage except tents TIm arms were the old altered muskets With begantoanal theolBcol8 were becoming indo fatigable iu study mud drill majorItyhad become convalescent About this time the Colonel reeeived orders upcampevening of the 27th November a delegation of loyal ladies from the town of Irvine and vicinity aasetnblod priuciptlSllnbig shore her a large anti beautiful ilk tlsg toad by thaw exproesly for gift to time Eighth Kentucky Tho regiment formed dfoes mradothough arill11Mforty dtiens INtJlare Tho proper Habitation had to be made with the hRndM none of us had purchased swords or uniforms We cued column by division when ItrOBontatlon Currythatdeserted or dishonored by brave Kentuoktaie The throbbing hearts and quivering lips of our brave mountain boys suspended Savor Never thou gave three cheers for the loyal ladies of old Estill ITo Be Continued J Ono morning a Sunday school was about to be dismissed and tho young store woro already in anticipation relaxing thoir cramped little 1 af ter the hours of conGnement on stralghtbaakod chairs and benches when time superintendout arose and instead of the usual dismissal announced And now children lot willghoMr Smith smilingly arose after gazing impressively around tho class room began with I hardly know what to soy whoa time whole school was convulsed to hoar a small thin lispThay Iowa Savannah Ne- wsKEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned mid pressed by J C BURNAM The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 50o a suit is all it will cost you PUBLIC SALE Illiin ImAM liirin Crop flint Rinck On Thursday January 25 1000 at 1sty rosidonco near Manse Garrard county Ky I will sell to the high est bidder my farm of ninetythree acres of good rich fertile land iu a high state of cultivation It is well improved has good fencing a gas cottage of six rooms hall and e0 porches Also good collar lasting cistern good outbuildings two good ponds and springs two good stock barns ono good tunnel house of four rooms and ono porch Fruit ora1l kinds and good grapo arbor c IJINGLES AND JESTS Cuplilc CintuCi Love If a came of card at best Kings queen and kna veil and an the real Are In the pack but no one knows What Mort of hand young CUpid threw Out to each sentlmntel guest SIbylher smiles proclaim her bloat UorU asserts with air iltctreeaed 8iM holds no trump whloh oleorty chows Jile ta a game UoKfnds that diamonds give nat WWI Charles for clubs makes his r- eqtspades Urmlnau Myrtllla woee Rut when It oomai to i ealmc Itoie llaaru always So tla manlfeit Love Is a pasty Puck Consideration Mr JuRKlns sass ho Is a self made manVery coiwldornte of hIm rojolnod MM Cayonno to take core to relieve his friends of all responsibility Wnnhlngtoi Star Material Proof Mother Now Willie when I have to puifish you It hurts me worse than It door you- Willie resnntfully Why aint you nhollorln then Haltlmoro American hove She Knoir I sing up to O satd Mule Ive often been told BO you ae- eWhenr I stag high The talks who are nigh Invnrlfiuly murmur Oh gee Kansas City Times A Vie Fur It Is that block headed fellow a eel legian Yes and his block head comes In mighty handy In bucking the line Plttiburg IMspatch A Mere Superstition Children are a poor mans blessing you know Yes I suppose Its because he docs not send them to college Chicago RecordHerald Not Ills thoughtWereD taughtThePhiladelphia Press Didnt Work Well Young Mother schemliigly Every body says the baby looksllke you Rich Old Uncle Goo hoslphatl Id batter stop drinking New York Weekly Ills I2xcn e Dev Guubustu Young man always take the straight nail narrow path Do Stylo Cunt I own au automo bile Chicago tutor Ocean Only n Dram- A he told her of his love 8M awake with Jaous esream To Dad herself th victim of A lobster supper dream Brooklyn Life Money Ih lira It Yeast What fruit la there the mqst money lot- ComsanbeakInsurance plums I guoss Yonkers Stntesuian SeaattRDoesnt religion 1 No ho practices on every religion lies a professional knocker San Francisco Itouulner- Ilryanil ate Speed LImit Althourh lie ate so fast at first us did w unmolMted byVasNew York Mall Not Aleuts Alike- MotherNow remember Sandy that three feet make u yard yardNewYork Stranger Than Fiction lie fell poor boy he fell For lie was only human f But his mother strange to tell Didnt blame It on a woman Chicago RecordHerald DeAned Johnny Pa what la a canal PaA body of laud surrounded by scandal Tom Wntsons Magazine S Congressional Prophecy Our statesmen soon will gather fast expressTheyllyear than last They couldnt do much less Washington Star now He Mnde It Did ho nuke his college team 1 Yes he made his college team tired Cleveland Plain Dealer The Vay They On A pair of shoes may hurt tike sin For weeks and then about The time we get them broken In They start to breaking out Now Orleans TImoaDemocrat i Not Los- tIinlakerWhat caused the accident UockeriIIo suddenly gained control of his machine Brooklyn Life Discreet Though money talks An some folks say It never gives Itself away Philadelphia Press Tiie Rrafter Did ho retire on his money No on his nerve anti otjier peoples woncy Dotrolt Free Press And That Tfo Lie TIs said that Atlas heLl the aerienut some folks at the story scoff pPor If any man held It today You bet hed try to luj It otT- Baltimore News t Why I Dyer Any tool can ask questions J Ilycr Why do you JudgeR The Reckless Chauflenr awayMaytar j1 lId ruin Da Dr JDENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKER DentistIO OverPrinting Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth MMcted without inSomnotonn ROBERTS HOSKINS Real Estate Agents Deeds Abstracted OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE bales Hour from l In Itin 1110 Farms town property eto for sale or to rent Call auk sea mo if you wish to buy or son property Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots and some improved property in Berea for sale I also have a 10ncre place with a twostory house on it lying inside tho corporation for OliO Also farm and timber lands in Madison Rockcastle and Estill coun tiesAny ono desiring such property shouldcan on me J P BICKN ELL Berea K- yMonuments URNS HEADSTONES STATUARY ot Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets 1urn Mnplp Syrup Any ono desiring to have pure maple syrup delivered to them about March 10lit 110 per gallon should order at onco of C F Can field At present havo orders amounting to 00 gallons oTIE above picture of tho loan und fish is the trader murk ofScottsEmulBion und is the synonym for strength mm purity It is sold in almost nIl the civilized coun globeIf became extinct- it would bo n worldwide calam are liwnnse tho oil that comes om its liver surpasses nil other its in nourishing ami lifegiving ruptrtiofl Thirty years ago iie proprktors of Scotts Eniul prepnlinglliCr ko it and got the full value of tiio oil without the nluVvtioimhlo- a tx Scotts Emulsnu is the tr tLimg in tho world for weak i vk vanl children thin delicate ople und nil conditions of vastiuj mul lout strengt- hS fir ft stNe DCOTT nOW iH CHEMISTS atK lls rCAUb STHKET JJKW YORK Me and two A a irvKgbtt r a The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper IIIl of rubllthcd every Thursday at Borca Ky I BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos rATABU IX ADVAKCC One Year llTO- Blx months jo three months U send money by Poet naee Money pre t Money Order Check Drat Jteetlered Letter or ear and two cunt Ramps The date after your name hews to what dateI tour tubucrlpUon U raid 11 It It not changed wtthtn three we ki alter wnJinj ua mODeyI notify us- snbsertbers within Tnc CITKKX stopped must notify ui at the expiration of th lr tub tartptlon pnylnt all arreart we iball ondder that they with It continued Noilfr n at once of any change In your address firing both old and new adtlreMea- UililnR numbers due to w n coming off hemalllorotl1lrllelIlladlbeluptIled Agents wanted tn every locality Write for toms Anyone lending ni four yearly sub MTlptlon W recelr Tin Cimcx free er oas tHor JtIi Yowl Adulteration The American public will not eeI rlously dispute the statement of See rotary Wilson that It favo a the purltI of the market basket The pos slble difference can be as to mothodI The adulteration of food bas reached that point where the people have a right to complain Prices have risen enormously within the peat few years and adulteration has become more frequent Since It li generally believed that the purity of the artlclo is destroyed In order that additional profit may go to some one other than j r the consumer It can readily bo seen that the people lose it both ends of tbe bargain State laws bare been effective in some instances In Penn sylvania many dealers have been punished for celling preserved saawije but It Is pos lule that WililY others have not been brought to justice Hut sausage Is net the ooty food adulter v sled Koraign eulwtancea are declared by chemists to have foaed their way into many other articles found OB the ordinary table So carefully Is this adulteration carried on that U Is not v always discovered uatil tile party who IIprolUs becomes eareieaa through eon Untied success Without considering the moral phase of a practice that al lows a man to chest his neighbor the evil efToote of adulteration might well be eeaelderad a field far national legis lation What the Influence of politics In the stale may conceal it U wore than probable the effective work of fedenU officers will uncover t Barefoot Soldiers Barefooted soldiers may soon form a novel lecture of the United States army At any rate Inspector General Burton has suggested that tbe eclen cy of the Philippine scouts would be improved If they were required to go without shoes especially In the field That would be a return to the primi tive state and customs of the scouts who In the old days want about scantily attired with no notion of stock- Ings nnd shoos to say nothing of the military leggings which now grace the shanks of that valuable agent of the government U may be advantageous it is pointed out to have the scout equipped with a light canvas shoe for garrison use but he is considered an at present altogether encumbered with the weight of what most people would i regard as the necessities of life cope dally of tbe life In the field It Is re ported that beyond the clothing on the ttback ot the scout he does not need note than a blanket In whleh to wrap J himself at night Altogetber there is no more economical employo of the government as far as requirements of the person are concerned than this same scout In tbe Philippines t uutdeatUrnauIlong age and Just as dusk was beginning to tall discovered be bad lost his way At the crossing of the roads he topped not knowing which to take and shortly n boy appeared driving A tow Say my lad Mr Christie railed I want to reaoi Cape May and dont know the reed The little tallow calmly surveyed the stranger spat through his teeth and answered Well nilstor you jest follow that Cow Cape Maya where she lives As a result of the work of the So ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children It Is said on very good au thority that actual brutality from pa rents to children has decreased ma tonally The society has become an effective bogy man In till minds of pa rents with a turn for brutality Neg lect still furnishes Its painful tally of cases but physical torture comes to Its attention much less frequently thanI it did in the beginning And yet there is work enough In providing against neglect A shirt went through the Parsons I laundry last week with two diamond studs In the bosom and the owner got them back This says tbo lola Reg later Is the most remarkable shirt tale In Kancas The only life Insurance policy that should be allowed to lapse Is the policy on wblcb the big companies were run jbefore the jnTestiaaUoa ApO J n EARTHS DECREASING YIELD I Resources of Nature nt the Present Time Will Eventually Be Uxhuustod The danger of exhausting the earths resources and the duty owing to the generations yet to come are pointed out by Prof Nathaniel South gate Shater In u recent book Man and the IDarth- According to Prof Shaler the ute of ProboblYjnotIn the United States It Is now over 600 pounds and In u oeatury unless the progress Is checked It will be a ton and the use of other metals grows In a similar scale The production of coat In the same period In Uuropc and America has Increased from a pound- to two tons per capita At the present rate the coal supply will be exhausted before the twenty third century The case Is still more serious as relates to food supplies Tillage exposes the soil to the destructive action of rain and the crops take out soluble minerals more rapidly than they are restored In Italy Greece and Spain the measure of this damage Is dls trosslngly apparent but It Is going on everywhere except In a few flat regions like Kugland and Belgium Itveu In the prairie lands of the Mtslwlppl RI- ley this Impoverishment Is already ap parentOn other hand the human race steadily grows and Prof Shalor agrees with Malthtw so far as to say that In a historic sense the world will soon bo near the food limit Hut he hold that there will be a decrease In the birth rate as In France rather than an abasement In the mode of tire so that clearly President Roosevelt Is fighting against the current Taking the world over there Is still- room for the doubling of the popula tion How much additional soil may be reclaimed from the sea or from morasses cannot yet be accurately det- ermIned In Hurtipo perhaps ten percent In the Untied States drainage may add 100000 square mites with a food giving value four times that of Illinois and irrigation may yield still further gain The world over drainage nod Irrigation may yet provide soil to toed the entire present population In water power North America Is better off than any other continent Next comes Africa with the Nlle Zambesi the Congo and the Niger Tbe eastern face of the Andes also has great possibilities and UM southern slope of the Himalayas The shun ot the earth promts to supply more power than Is now derived from all sources ned will be rapidly developed u COftI falls Gold and sliver are relatively unim portaut and there seeiM to be all the lead that the world Is likely to need for a long timeif wars eon be ROOII iMsd Tin Is likely to bo substantial ly exhausted by the end of tine century but zinc which Is more Important Is also more abundant Of tile minor metals mercury and platinum give the MOSt concern Aside from the metals sulphur Is perhaps the most Important mineral and the supply from vol canic and other source seems ads quart A continued supply of nitrates may be hoped for by drawing upon the airTO PRESERVE THE BISON Proposed Plan of Placing Remain- Ing Buffaloes on Bxtenstve llange At the meeting of persons interest ed In the preservation of the Ameri can bison llrnesl Harold Uaynes who was elected secretary of the soclel which was formed for the purpose enumerated the number of uses to which bison could be put if their num bars were Increased One of these was a suggestion that had a little of the flavor of hitching Pegasus to a plow They could be used as oxen are used ho declared lie had with him In support of his assertion a pho lograph which showed himself riding behind a pair of harnessed hurrah calves Mr Uayaes nemos Is In Madden N H where he has had an opportunity to become acquainted with tbo mom best of the herd of ISO bison on the 37000ncrp Corbin estate This herd Is said to be the best In the country and barring the one owned by West era Indians who possess about 260 the largest single group of the ant mats The tamed buffalo team Is only one of tbe manifestations of a knack which Mr Haynes has for getting In side the hide of animals and persuad Ing thorn to recognise In him a friend and master He could write a look on Wild Animals I Have Known lull mately for foxes and other animals and birds have accepted him on Inti mate terms Tire plan for preserving the buffaloes Is to divide them Into horde and place these on widely separated ranges so that thu appearance of a contagious disease would not extinguish the race Those ranges should bo as largo ns possible In order to restore to the animal his native habitat- Orattfied Ambition PoHcenan arresting hlmI timed ye stir Ye wor goln a mile a win yutChauffeur grabbing him eagerly by the arm Officer if you can swear to that at the trial Ill do the handsome thing by George Chicago Tribune Caustic Enough Shall I give you Some caustic to remove that wart7 asked a drug clerk to ail acqnalntance the other day No Indeed was the Instant reply my wife Is caustic enough for me Boston Budget p r r f IDIIr 3g3nuurr of- Inrrtt tine u ijnprfltl ig1t By ANDREW CARNCCID There is cause for congratulation upon the result of recent appeals to the people which have over thrown corrupt gangs pursuing public life for private plunder Deplorable humiliating tts have bent the exposures made both in politics and business of late the downfall of so many captains of corruption has given us renewed faith in democracy We sometimes hear it said and repeated that our laws are loosely constructed But such critics lose sight of the higher low which public opinion consti totes Our country is governed by public opinion by which the republic must either stand or fall AntiII public opinion as yet has shown no sign of deterioration I Whenever the masses are stirred by corrupt practices dragged to ight or other evils their verdict may be depended upon as a just andI impartial one There is nothing on earth so salutary as the purifying breath of public opinion Occasionally it expresses itself slowly and tardily Great abuses and startling revelations are required to arouse it to action But once aroused the verdict of the people emphasizes the axiom that the voice of the people is the voice of Cod- As a corollary to this revolt the conscience of the American peo pIe has been profoundly agitated by lax Business standards There artuo its and and about either the cause or tine effect It is a simple statement of fact that the Integrity of our national character is o trial What is the root of the evil What is the fundamental cause Is it iniquitous so much as it is sheer neglect which becomes criminal o occasion So far as may Uc casually observed the great fault has beer I that good men have nvtn their names to certain enterprises without intending to guard them by Close attention to the duties involved when their names were so given They have been deplorably derelict in nu merous cases but many of them have been more sinned against than sinning so far as criminal act or intention is concerned I But it has been a needed lesson and our greater industrial ami financial institutions will have more difficulty in future than ever be i dummy IIIroiup of obcvnment 3toaa Juilbing Dy HON W P BROWNLOW Member or Contrei from Tersisse II The proposition that congress shall apppro prutc money to aid the tat in highway construction is sound in principle and patriotic as policy is not new except the favors of the general government Lave for many years been turned into other channels The aid ex tended to the Pacific railroads covering hundred of millions of money and public lands and the hundreds of millions spent rivers and harbors was all based upon the theory that the government but served its own good when appropriating money to increase and improv- the transportation facilities of the country That is a sound proposi tion and if adhered to by the congress must lead to the early extensive if government aid to the states in road improvement The govern ment rests upon the loyalty of its people The people sustain it in times of peace and defend it in times of war The people are the gov ernment Whatever policy will benefit the people becomes a national obligation to be observed by those entrusted with power Road build ing iia recognized function of government in every civilized country but ours No country has ever witnessed systematic road construction except bjr government aid Our national experience is ample to jus tidy the declaration that the state of the union will never have eye lomatiied road building until the general government leads the way in cooperation with the states If tin congress had authority under the constitution to take the peoples money front the treasury to aid sec special interests as railroad coasimction and rivers and harbor im provement stirely no man of creditable reputation will contend that It is not authorized by the constitution to take the peoples motley and devote It to their own direct aiwl immediate internal necessities Ev erybody concedes the necessity for roods The department of agriculture has figured from tairpt rtd statistics that bad roads cost the farmers of the Unite States f every time the sun goes down That in a fearful showing Refusal to relieve this condi tion is the same to the farmers lift if the government ahould annually tOme along and confiscate that much of their products or as if congress should order it destroyed other means We need good roads legislation more than we need a lot of other things contended for at everycongress We need good roads legislation more thus any speci thing just now and we hope tho Fiftyninth congress will do justice to the people and either enact the proposed BrownlowLatimer bill orA some similar measure into law ttly ur Ctlu1sifiratiott By REV R T CALDWELL Presbyterian Minister It that on Whetlier he is a church member or not the dry goods who uses a 35inch yard stick is a thief the gro cer who employs false weights to deceive his customers if a thief the dealer who knowingly misrepresents in order to make a trade is a liar and a thief both Time was not far back when the boodler was called a statesma- or at worse a shrewd politician It is to the great advantage of this country that he is now known by his right name The upheaval over this land in the name of civic righteousness has taught the people clearly the line of demarcation between business honor and straightout stealing Calling things by their proper names is always in the interest of honejty I am not attacking the accumulation qf wealth I think th acquirement of money has divine sanction but Uie tnan who aspires t financial standing must be prepared to give a gjadracc0unt of the manner in which he acquired every penny and the Use Tic has made of I x r f p l WAS TOO SICK TO KILL Indians Wosltl Not Take tho Lift ofra Man Who had Consumption A retired colonel the United States entity told this story between halves of i football name the other day says the Washington Pout After the Fort Kearujr fight with the Indians I was sent out scouting with my troop rounding up a band of hostiles The week before wa left a toamntltttva HngUsliman showed at the VOlt lift was a friend of the eel oasis anil he wits trying roughing It ass lust clmnoa la was 1n u bad way When my orders came he asked to- go along Ha was still strong enough lo Tide and we took him although rather against OW Judgment Of course welt a thing wouldnt be allowed now adays bat that was on the old iron rekxI aad never one rainy tIIlY found tie I remsMter the KnglUliman was huddled over Po little catered camp tire when firing started tram all sides and ten acconda MO Indians warn riding over us Thay bad murdered the out poati and sprang a rarpriaa W lot together farmed some kind of a hOl- low square and drove them back We lost six kllleJ- Wtoa we bad time to took aboMt I for dud and wounded I thought of my ICnglUh friand Ha was nowhere la- S sight 1 supposed of coons the u been kllW sad I started scouts o look for his bntfy- Thty fonad his lytac sodas a hush roilednhim over and found that he was alive c earl naburt but erring as though his baart would break Whale the matter said the troopern Tn a dead matt said Ute ttBgllsh Ha wouldnt axplaia until I bad a mwatoa aloes with him It appearst that Ha had bees alttlBg by whan a back on boraahasK teds upfover hint with hit gee taped faahlnst TIM Kngllahmaa throw ap his beads and faced the IMIan reedy to die like a man Tbs Indies caught a full flew nt his tiles la tba MrallgbL Ugtii1 said She Indian la fiaglleb- to tie Dead man and hi bread hla xun lid paaaod oa Those was no heartentttff tIN eon umpU A after that Two day later w 41 mad a Mttlerovnt and dropped him off In charge of the k ipar of the Btago atatina and la a month bt was dead PROTECTING NEWLY WED Read Walter In Hotel flat tile Wroag Ides About IraraBUoc luritg A brida and groom had lieu DIM h troubled by tile stares ot people at hntrla WeTfr they cal 8n when they arrived at the nest hotel tate groom sUed the rolorad had waiter Now George he aaid wa have been bothered to death by people star torrrleAething ben Now ben hi two dollar sad I tniat you not to tall people We are tIIIC marrlMl If thy ask you Do you understand Yes ash Rid fjoorg I naataad All weal well that day list the tot towiac morning when UM couple cam I down to breakfast the starlets waa worse Wan war rhamkarmaida tn for sail snUkafMl clerks behind tb iinthe conpla returned 10 UaMr roots It was only to aaa a head stlcklvc out G aaarly ovary room down the halt This was too muck This waa the limit Aacarad bayoad coatroi 11the groom want to tile desk std called lor tile best waiter Look Yens you oU fool didnt I 0S you two MIlan to proud mraalf and wMa flaw this staring bwslnssar cold the groom Yea salt yon did nest Oaorg Pon my aon t dUat tall TileD hole about this staring unkad tIM Irate groom Its worst byre tbaa dIN Did anyone sat you IT WI went minded T- Yos sale replied Ooorga Serer al folks did WaY what did you toll thamT I tees em sale replied the less eM gn you wasnt married at all alDemoeratio Norway Norway with all Its preference to monarchical form of macaroon 555015 to be tho most democratic cotin try In Uurapa The king to not your majesty Us It addressed with sturdy Indlfferaaae to formality as Mr King Just an In this country we say Mr President Haakon accommo dates himself cheerfully to the demo erotic spirit and Is to be even walking Itabout the streets of Christlanla In n teat unpreuntkras moaner earryl his baby lay on his arm The o1P servants of tho state wear no nit forms simple evening draw attar the American custom being prescribed for state occasions The Real Danger Does your father over soy anythln about my staying so late darling ho mentions you he r billnDoes that mean anything serious r Not unless he sllpi down some night and foots the hillICansCity Times Familiar Plea It Will at the church fair Chancee are = 10 each said tin girlo was equal to tbe cmorv g ney mutr THE ENGINEERS REMEDY lie Itnd Battled with tha Demon Drink Hut Pound Only Oaa Way of Beoape Mr HnglDwr was a grayhair thleksat rasa of 84 quirt and uaoh rualvt and deeply la love with tits MRntlful machine lie had formerly ran a toeomotlr nod now took a eta Uonary engine bemuse he could set no ttnptoymrat on the railroad Along talk with the superintendent of the read from which he tied been removed ravealed only one fault In the mans peat Ufebe loved strong drink Ho Is sold the Informant as well potted on steam as any man on tbe road be worked up from train boy to Iraman from fireman to engineer ren jartd us valuable service kit saved many lira by his quickncM and bran ry but he cannot let drink alone tod rut that reason we hart ilirharge blm In spite of thla discouraging report bled the man During the arse week ot JaW stay I passed through the nglno room many tmaa a day In the tnuitw t my factory rounds but nova farad tafht amiss The great ma hlna runs amoothly and quietly u If to IMar lags were net In velvet the foci cnw bead and crankshaft and tar beer oil lips reflected the morning mm rsIt mirror no speck of duat found lodg meat In the room In the Snip roam the came order pr ratted the steam pup showed even praaaara tha watar gauges were always plat right and air dally reps showed that we were iwrolag ln rust than The hors Iarpgcllon- ailed to Sad anything about either I be or boura that how t the att aymptooM of negleii or care Icoaaeir Three weeks polled The maa who had hose rtcommaad iu RIM 4 fur tva day work and two days drunk bad not swerved a hair from bin duty The gossips wets beginning to notice sad comment uaoa the strung stair I abould like to speak to you a mo agent sir aald aa one muming M I pajsd through his anrtutn Well John what now I said drawing out mr notebook tyltader- on all gone U U about myself ho rcpt rd I motloood his V proc ni- Thlrtviwo veers ago I Ink mr flrat glue of liquor said thi rnvlnwr sad for the put tea years ii ID lat mouth ao week has passedtit ItS Satuntay night drunk I urinK those ten years I was aM blind ti the tart lot appetite wee getting a frightful fold upon CD At time my Kragg1r i agalaat Ibe k nglng for minolaots yen esraat My employers era nf fend rod tlooii If I would not louru liquor tor three month but I lost n I tried all wrta of aatldcet sad aU- f railed My wits died prayinr that t might be rcru d yet my pnioiia 10 her wn broken within twit days I signed pledges sad Joined n rirtia but appetite waa atlll my inamt r My etn oyera raaaoaed with mm dUrhanie ma forgave me but all to no eftMes eoukl not stop aad I knew II When I catty to work fur you I did not expect ta say a week 1 sacs aaarly done for but tow and ibn ans fan llRhled up with unapeak aWe Joy In this extremity when I was ready to plaog Ito brit for A glaM of rum I vend a Burr retoeAy- g I am saved from my appetite What ia year remedy TIN eaglafer took up au open BiM that ray tea down on the wimijw amt reed Tie blond of Jesus rtis i ntheta from all seaIea1oae AdstraM OUXTHTNO DOING tA tar II being enforced in Taps On cay South Africa which torids the selling of rgrttaa to chililn uail rit years of ag- Patrick P Carroll offered the ooujiil of Seattle a city hall a putii hoppitui BBd SOMIMIO for theemhiMv right to Mil liquor In that ell for ten are with StrUlu rntrlFttoaa Dr Cbirlc U Dana prefi iniof the New York Academy of Medirinf In dls onsets aleobuiemnecnti nail two statements of mach weight lie didI- f that a real drunkard rarely urvlven IS years and that the human r rani m cannot outlive more than 3 dr intuit atlons 1 The temperance eranKpilut ot Aue tralla Rev Father Hay e hlerer re tnarkaule success In his i mprnn campaigns In a sevenwfcks serlfii t of meetings In Australia lie prevailed upon 21M8 roes and vonun to sign tbe pledge FranceIIThe leading public men France arc alarmed over the Increase of in sanity crime and disease In that coun try directly attributable to absinthe and other alcoholic drinks The Paris Tempi declares that the production hyg 011II dared In order to rumbas a social and national peril Sunday Closing Helps Dank Accounts Secretary Hanhart of New York states that when President Hoosoveif was police commissioner of New York be had savings deposit statistics com piled Jointly with ate enfarcemnnUit the Sunday closing of saloons Those itatlstlcii showed that tbe Monday morning deposits tn the uVlal1 bank t were much homier during the Sunday losing period than theretofore I The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper Publlihed every Thursday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates IATAMI IK ADVANCE 100PixThree mtmlhi U L Fend money by rort omco Money Order El RcgbteredLetterThe date after your name shows to what date rhlngltwithinnotify ui- enbcrlbera wlthlng Tna Crnnof stopped aunt notify Hi at the expiration of their tub Krtptlon paying all arnvn othrrwUa we bIllsadder that they wlnB It continual Notify nil at once of any chance In your adJmatfTlrg both old and ncx addresses ufflaplied if we are notified Agents wanted In every locality Write flit Umn Anyone aendlnic in four yearly sub Hrlpllons wQl receive Till CITIIKN tree fur oni How to Win in Life The traits which make for success are deflnltenocs of aim clearness of view tenacity of purpose the power of concentration and the faculty which with some men appears to be a kind of sixth sense of quickly apprehending and promptly grasping the main chance Definiteness of aim Is the first essential There are thousands yes millions of people who go through life without any definite aim whatever They live from day to day content It they are able as they go along to antis fy their dally necessities Those peo ple remarks the Philadelphia Inquirer play their part In the progress of civ ilization which requires the coopera lion of all and they may themselves enjoy a fair share of happiness but success In any considerable measure Is not tor suchTho man who gets there to use the current and conveni ent slang Is ho who starts with the purpose of arriving at some predeter mined goal not tho one who wanders along any road ho may chanco to strike without knowing or much caring where It Is going to lead hlmDut It Is not enough to plan one must also execute and It Is hero that the obstacles are encountered which so many fall to overcome The purpose once formed must the maintained In spite of occasional or even repeated failures and although Urn ambitious striver may seem not to be getting forward he must not relax his efforts or allow himself to becomo discouraged He must still keep push ing along He must cultivate a little philosophy for his comfort and assist ance and remember that his experience is not exceptional 1I Is the regular thlrg Only a very few having set their purpose high reach the goal of their expectations at a single bound Rome was not built in a day Concentration of effort Is another very valuable If not Indispensable quality Many men of ability and deserving fritter their talents away through the multiplicity of their undertakings It Is by much the best to devote ones energies and powers to the achievement of a single ob ject and having made the choice of what Is most desirable to sacrifice the Test Distractions are always detri mental anti sometimes fatal When Atalanta turned aside to run after the golden apples Mllanlon threw she lost the race The ability to appreciate an offering opportunity and the courage to grasp it when to do so involves some risk is another characteristic usually found in the preeminently successful He who is content to stand on a lower rung of the ladder will never reach the top nor will he go lar who fears to climb A consular report holds Japan re sponsible for half the trouble that Is now worrying the hide and leather market When she went to war with Hussla she had to shoo with leather bait a million men who had been accustomed to wear straw sandals In doing this she druw heavily on the worlds supply ot tanned Fides and the effects of this drain ire still fell In the leather markets If the Japs continue the habit tints acquired of wearing leather limits the Jups will have to take to rnltilng cattle fho city council of Los Angeles by an ordinance has put Its otUrlal ban ou the chorus girl who appears clad In tights Nothing objcctlunablo will be permitted on the Hlagu Is the dunce of thu council mid tho word objec tionable has been construed to nirao thu appiannico of womun In tights The formur homo In New York of Richard Croltor IK to be sold und the name of the malt powerful municipal boss situti William M Tweed will vuoii mean little In till city which uu ruled The point IIwi i to bo well taken that the ImrnosMliiB of Nlagar about which wo hoar so much In of no particular bunullt to the people The power companies aro innnonollz leg tbo ndvuntugwi and tiro soiling their power to tau public at u rule no lower than that of coaluiude olec trlclty A recent report says that In an Incc Tin Cabin production the dugs vero gwd tot they hud pour support CAPITALS MADE TO ORDER Australia Is to Follow the Examples of the United States and Russia The Australian commonwealth tak Ing a leaf from the history of the United States has decided to bullC a new capital which shall be free from the influences of either of the great sections It will build the capital lit erally from the ground up and bra selected a site not far from tin pretty village of Dalgety on the flnowy river Dalgoty might have slumbered in pastoral obscurity for the next hundred years but for tho assumed necessity of Australia to have a capital in a place which nature had designed for a vil lage It is 30 miles from the nearest railroad station and even when that distance Is spanned by the Iron way still further connections must be built to link It with the iqaln Victorian system Henry Stead in the Independent estimates that cost of the railroad con struction entitled will be 8300000 and that water supply public build ings and land purchase will carry the total of the expenditures for the new capital up to 18000000 After tho city Is built it will be a purely arti ficial capital just as Washington Is but It will have a Very much smaller population the assumption being that it will not exceed 50000 An artificial capital one created by flat as a result of a compromise be tween rival sections or decreed by as sumed political necessity is an experi ment under the best circumstances and usually falls short of being a metrop oIls Washington and St Petersburg are examples Washington is simply the seat of the federal government nothing more It has disappointed the expectations of its founders that It I would become an emporium a busy mart a port a city that should bo an Illustration in itself of all tho activi ties of a great and busy country Deauty it has but business It has not In population it is far below nanjr cities that we are wont to think o as i In our second or possibly our classSt thirdI Petersburg on the other has far outstripped the old population having 1918900 Inhabit I ants to Moscows 1W2800 by the lat est census St Petersburg Is really a great port commanding a heavy sea borne trade but In fact It only di vides the honors of the capital with Moscow The latter has tho greater hold on the affections and traditions I of Russia It has a prestige which Peter the Great could not undermine It Is the capital of the Russian heart Napoleon was right when he held that I Moscow was the capital to be struck by an Invader of Russia Australia has one advantage which neither the United States nor Russia enjoyed when thoy created their artl ficial capitals IU area is fixed and determined The capital will always bear the same geographical relation to every Australian region that it will have In the beginning In this coon try the capital is conveniently situated 1Unitedthought would be wllderneeeeg for I many generations to come Similarly Russia has grown so far and so fast j that St Petersburg Is In a corner very i remote to provinces that are populous and progressive In regions that wore j not even Russian when Peter the Great began to drive the piles for the foun dations of his capital SUBWAY HURTS CABBIES Theater Trade That Once Went to New York Jehus Now Goes to Cars Youd never guess the difference tht J subway has made In our business said i the oldtime night cab driver acoordlnfi to the New York Sun I should say that t night fares from the theater district and I Broadway have fallen off onefourth since lost December- It I used to be that a man In evening clothes especially if accompanied by woman wearing garments easily III would hesitate before crowding into surface car Ay lor walking from Broad way to one of the elevated roads that was almost out of the question The re sult was that the great majority of theater and opera patrons who could ralso the price went home in carriages Now Its different After the theater the crowds walk to the restaurants for lunch then they drift along to the sub way entrance at Fortysecond street anti Broadway or at the Grand Central Mon and women who would scorn the elevated or surface cars when in evening tinea do not balk at the subway They find the stations and cars generally clean and roomy and when they get up town where there Is no one to see them they do not mind walking a few blocks to save a cab fare Our greatest loss is In Brooklyn patrons It used to be almost a sure thing that wed get a bunch of Brooklyn people down as far as the Bridge at least Then the Brooklyn people had to take a crosstown car or walk half way across tho town at one end or the other to get an elevated train Now tho subway takes them right to the Bridge entrance Why now one can go from Fortysecond street clear to the outskirts of Brooklyn without going from under shelter If the weather Is bad Its going to bo still worse for ui when they get tho subway running un der the river Hospitable Policeman to trampI want your namo and address Tramp sarcastically Oh yer do do yer Well me name Is John Smith an me address la Number One theopen air If yer call on me dont trouble ter knock bit Just walk In Scotsman 1- 1intl1rrl1nn t11r iqigl1rit iitfif nf professional Unman MRS ROSALIE LOEVV WHITNEY IDy NEW YORK ATTORNEY liEN I say that a career weighted against domesticity for a woman leaves all the argument on the side of the home life with practically no defense for the other I am not decrying a career tar from it I I I make the point merely that when a choice must he made between tlio two there is on the side of leer profession the work she has cut out for herself no valid reason for withholding her from her proper place the work that the world has cut out for her There has been no accomplish ment woman In the broad field of labor in other words that overbalances the call of the home IThil sounds like n generalization but it leas individual application views naturally on my own experience and on that of the women I have known who have deserted public life for matrimony and childbearing as well as those who have never ventured beyond the threshold in other than a social way In my own estimation a career for a woman if it comes through the necessity for breadwinning or to satisfy a craving in herself it the best preparative for the domestic life to follow But it must have sincerity at its root If a woman is honest in the pursuit of her pro fession whatever it be she willbc broadened and strengthened I be lieve thoroughly that my ten year as a lawyer have given me greatrt value as 1 wife and mother The knowledge of the world and the peo pie in it is a liberal education It is bound to help in the building ofa homeI believe too that the position I held as attorney for the Legs 1 Aid society brought me into contact with a large number in a way that enabled me to do a great deal of good And yet I say this work of mine is nothing as compared with my destiny as a homemaker Whether all experience would be as happly as mine or even the majority of cases it would be hard to say The individual counts for so much nod the husbands attitude toward the professional wife To revert to my own case my husband objected that I did not re tain my maiden name in my professional work after my marriage This I would not consent to do He was exceedingly jealous too for me of my professional reputation But with all this generosity I think it requires a great deal of tact to let tile man who feels you have a pllcI apart in the outside world know himself the master in his home as he should he- lherc is always the question of whether the woman used to the adulation or even comradeship of the many can content herself with the more solitary and restricted existence she must have as a wife Hut this again is so largely a matter of temperament that prophtCitII arc impossible Speaking broadla woman professional happier married where there is any true congeniality I do not wish to be understood as underrating womans intellect or womans work The whole thing resolves itself I think into the I limits nature has imposed As the mother she has had her hiKhelti duty assigned her Through all the ages that bs kept her hone and her work outside of it has riot been of the kind to create any great stir in the world nor can I concede that it would be greatly missed This does not however detract from its value to herself or to civilization tttttrr iln SJifr Mist Tust Urrr55 By REV JOSEPHUS STEPHAN Methodist Pastor St Louis Some one has said Youth is made up ol blunders middle age is taken up in trying to repair them and old age spent at the inability to do soOne of the common est mistakes of the young man is his failure to discern the true character of temptation- To the unsuspecting temptation always has in It a brilliancy and promise which is very delusive indeed Pleasure and profit ire prom ised but the end thereof is death Temptation like Judas kisses to kill and like Joab with Abner kisses and salutes with great gush and friendship to stab under the fifth rib The devil never appears tVith his cloyen hoofs his horns and his pitchfork He usually comes in the garb of the most polished and courteous gentleman and hence he can number his victims by the multitude The man who disregarded the legend Dont monkey with the buzz saw when lie beheld for the first time this fascinating saw apparently stock still and investigated it by putting hit foot against it was wiser but minus some of his toes And he ia good picture I of every young man who contrary to the advice of experience trifles withsinAnother blunder is that of a flippant view of early life That it thinking that real life docs not begin in youth that this period before the graver and larger responsibilities merely a sort of playtime before the taking up of school trifling and unimportant Hence there aro no maxims so popular as Go it while you are young Sow your wild oats and Never too late to mend and have been the guideboard to many a ruined life Instead of the popular idea that it is a sort of necessity for the young man to sow wild dats and as a necessity not dangerous but an advantage it really is I his greatest curse For wild oats must have a harvest and that har vest is one of shame The fact is that the sowing of this period of youth determines the whole after career of the individual and affects I us in some particulars even after grace docs its work Our future is fixed largely in the first 20 years of life Certain tendencies habits convitions and characteristics physical mental and moral rhown then appears through the whole after career Moments then are worth years afterwards and opportunities for tunes One moment crucial and trembling with destiny in this period may have wrapped up in it the outcome of all the years of time and the cycles of eternity There arc certain seasons in the Alps when even a breath of air may bring death to the unwary traveler He is warned to travel quietly for on steep slopes overhead the snow hangs so evenly balanced that the sound of a human voice or the report of a gun may cause sufficient vibration in to disturb the equilibrium and bring an avalanche that will overwhelm everything in ruin in its downward path And so it is with youthful days So evenly balanced are the influences so susceptible is the moral nature that the least choice the mere touch of anothers life the unnoticed incident may determine destiny HONEY IN SOLID FORM tt Is Better and Chr pcr Than the Liquid Variety Say Boo keepers Dot keepers ore now trying to odii fate the American housekeeper In tho wisdom ot buying honey in solid formThe Ignorance on this simple sub teat is so general said an axpsrt on bees and honey that the majority of women soiling part of a bottle or comb of honey granulated or sugary ivlll refuse to purchase It thinking It Pine been adulterated with glucose As a matter of fact while honey which has been mixed with other sob lUnces may retain Its liquid form In purowUlare slower than others blu If plead In a oool atmosphere most varieties will become perfectly solid in about t weeksHeretofore in an offort to sell their extracted honey bee keepers Tiavo been subjecting it to a great heat and sealing It while hot In airtight bottles Thus treated IU will remain In the liquid form which Is pleasing to tile average housewife for a long Urns especially It kept on the shelves of a heated store as la usual ly the CUM Often however this boner baa been taken from the storerooms ot large apiaries In solid form and melted before being bottled It was the difficulty which bee keepers experienced In preventing the alfalfa hooey from granulating that made them think of educating the public up to the point of buying It In i block This Is the honey made from the alfalfa of Colorado and the west and It granuatea so readily that U la a bard matter to keep It In the liquid state for any length of time Honey In solid form Is cheaper because the expensive bottling proc ess Is not necessary and It la easier to handle and ship The honey is poured rate molds of the desired site and shape In a cellar where the temperature hi it degrees or lower and nature Is allowed to take IU coerce Wben thoroughly hardened It la wrapped In oiled paper to keep It airtight nod tinted In a pasteboard box with an outer covering of paper We had owe honey wrapped like this on our shelves subjected to the heat of the atmosphere all last summer and except Get the outer snrtoee of the block became slightly moist It re mained Intact Granulated honey sells at SI cents for 20 ounces While any honey will remain In liquid forts all winter It kept In a warm room adulterated honey will not granulate The housekeeper who buys this sweet In a wild block therefore baa one of the best proofs possible that It Is absolutely pure To reduce It back to liquid she has enly to eat off the desired amount and melt It the same as she would dw with maple sugar GEESE KILLED iJ FLIGHT Wnole Bleak et WIN r wl Some times Meet with Dtk In Winter Storai The large blacKheedcd goose hi a strong hardy hint generally remain lag on lu own native water until the II10RlYDora on some lake beyond the northern watershed or perhaps on some In let in Hudson bay or the Aretlo ocean IU heart Is ever loyal to the land ot its birth Sometimes when the cold weather sets In late up north as In all proba bUlly It has this year the wild peso suffer from their devotion to their na tlve place They may at this late season fly right Into a streak of real winter with driving snow to blind their vision end bitter frost to halt their nightIf there la storm their way leads right through It until the leaders eyes are closed by the freezing of the snow about the head or IU feathers become too heavily weighted When the sight has gone and the birds are wearied it lis easy to see how misleading Is much of tho talk about the leading of an extra sense Like n ship without a makeIa flock came tumbling Into the lance of an eastern townships vII lage where the halt blinded things became the easy prey of tho boys and dogs of the place In another place a farmer chanced one spring to find the frozen caroaasoj of more than 30 tine geese In a drift In one of the foneo corners The birds had evidently come to earth In some blinding storm and Imagining they were nearing water found Instead the hard snow covered ground There arc several Instances recorded of flocks of geese In a storm running full tilt Into the ends or sides of farm buildings A large brood flew at full speod against the rigging of the whal- Ing steamer Dart recently off tho Now foundland coast A damp snowladen wind was blowing at the time qnd It dead or dying geese fluttered on to the deck the others alighting In a half dead condition upon the waves A more pleasing story Is of domes tie geeso In a large wellappointed farmyarn hailing a passing drove of 22 black bills The strangers came down and followed their tame cola Lives into the stable where they kava since stayed One on Taft ManagerNow for this position we require a man who has a large acquain tanceApplicantWall Im acquainted with the secretary of war Jir TaftJudge BEER THE REAL PERIL Moro to De Feared from That Bev erage and rent Brewers Thau from Any Other Sourc Investigation shows that from a tilmt beginning soon alter the riv t vu tin German brwers iif the Unll1 MMI be Run a svKtfmatlc campaign rtiiurn l h convince projiln I bat the subsiUiiuni ol beer for aplrltunus liquor in a i iiMr nnce measure First the pies v blcf they were able to control claimivi al that beer drinking was not ai bad a the nee of whisky Prom this tart hUt slowly prwerdcd to the claim that test drinking lie hraiihful and n u I hI noeouragf A more Aangrran fats hood was never Inventid y Iln mem Of souls MOil IcKldlullon iiiMtis the liquor I mini incourai s ill a + nl beer by allowing u lower MX on i t trrsaloon than on one whlrh iimls in tin liquors The fallacy of tit tj its r claim that heir n laluruhlulls alcohol hits In tnmh M OM drinks no mm h hor that in I ally lmblb Hi morn xlcohol that tin iin ky drinker A uirat dial r r i lit talus more nlrulmi than n IHII lu hy lint the alrohol IB pnttiahly nut the wont thins Mhmii beer Mtnv r tin effect on in system are dun tu niliii elements than al ohnl end ihr tesi leer so extrnilvilr nilvi rlis t in tin mngailnr is nx id In thin r ter r II t the poorest The real furry MU h op poses temperance In thin KHIUM today a the InHume of beer W have more fear front ler and tin ir eorr than from Any older snune A s in tho old days In New Knglanit lieuttehword was npiitwltion to ili riot latw- er so today thr fight for Imp rarre if Its to be eftcties mnn I nilf against beer and bowers1i1ad ant Presbyter A TEMPERANCE MOTIVE Hewn WUkeB arr tmpnjr ton r ages TtmlUIIftt Amon Its Lmpleyea Under this heading the rhrat ipiili ttalletin has the rullowinc eiiitn n When the lineman In the fin ol the WvutnliiK Light company i vie their pay uvtioi ee at VMK 1111 tn Saturday night oath man tupalong with has mneey a prinii to abstain trout the uses uf hiiuxi A i lie liquor uhlle off and fl 8 day iitt lie was requenled to sign nhili n li stated the w orkm on In coi simiiw ot the good ware they re me wit sign promptly and cheerfully The WllhMlurro requircm MI It not nn icepnon nut to fast hIIIIUI- IHt tale enforced by all rot port pr engaged In rotumtrr trllnIratet anti manufarluriiiH tndu iri utii slid elcrlrtrlly arc the moMv ji fri of the prevent imluetrial world mil II unskillful or uiiKtnMly hands an at pMlloiia to life and property as tile ore powerful Hence no runway telegraph telephone or fartory nmnsfirl Ik willing in entreM Ute tuaii4K lnflil of really egiiljirniiiit and ih pruteitlot of hnndrna of IIKMMH Ilya to bratni that at befuddled and tterrss that an shwllnrvd II lodtilgeiire In dunk The Ameriraii people at iloubilew growing morn tfmiterule than their an orators were tint the Intent powerfw luUuwxc Iti this direction u the Itn perailv tiaeranity uf clear brain ass steady nerves in thii iianilllng of UH l owcrfnl Mnrhttiery of itHMlerit rivtiim tins Preachers temperance Ivrturets hyslinle IwtrMrtlsn In the schools all have their Influence In the diretllat- of abstinent It Is true but all thew romblHtxl felt to be onehalf n8 K wer till as the Hrroslty which is trios forced upon tile grant nrmy of IIHIHK trial employon to keep laber in ordoi to obtain employment TEMPBIIANOE ITEMS NrccNS ry evil and noressar noDkonae are ayitonymuu trmi American Issue Total aksuneuro has been madrne- of the madmen of church nxmivr skip In the Oalvlnltilc Mthaais i churchIll of North Wale tire Uiirhncr In the Unlwrmitv 01 Munich In describing the damage frov alcohol says that the drink custom particularly of students Is a nhadt survival from the middle arcs wiilct is a disgrace In nil limes Tho roust fearful effect of gtront drink U the weakening of the will All habitual drunkards unit dnlslot Impossible A man wliiiout iinruloi can never belong to hlmiolf ho ho lone to whatever can sell him American issue- No Drinkers Need Apply Thn iDtnrborotigb Rapid Transit company which oporalcs the elevntoi null subway railway lines In New Yori city has put Into effort a rulo against drinking which In more rigidly en forced than any otbor Even the edo of liquor on n mans breath will cans Instant dUtnlsxal from the company service and all men being oroploycd ritual sign n contract not to drink Crime of Dninkennes At the IUtlllZOB In Armagh Ireland Mr Justice Androws said In nddrtclng the grand jury that out of 2788 couvu tionr for minor offcnBee2r were fur UMIS r1 drunkenness and he thought those fig urN spoke very Mrongly as the no rcpslty of dolor nil thoy cool i Irt sup pros amoDK ihuu that vcr r i ra Me vice f 1F A PRACTICAL FODDER RACK By Its Use the Feeding of the Stock Can He Done with Least Waste Economy should be practiced In feed ing corn odder as well as any other feed There U a large amount of waste caused either by oareleseneee or by not having suitable racks from which to feed tho stock In the rack shown In cut tho fodder Is saved to the greatest HACK FOR KEBDINO CORN fODUBt degree With the two dlvtsloua a and t between whfeh fodder Is placed to berates by stock from underneath at c sad d there la little opportunity for getting the fodder under foot TIle rack hi Ave feet klui tour feet wide at bottom aid five feet between c and d Thn opening below the easier dlvlalon Is 11 InclK wide My trough says the writer In Farm ana Home ware built M feet long but any lesgUi may be made THE MORGAN HORSE A Word About the Breed and the Governments Experiment i In Breeding The BDaouaewineni of the purpose ot the secretary of Kfjrtcnlwre to astablisl n stud of MOTRBH hecses at the V6s moat taperimenui station hne cawed eontM rahie comment ae to the dnJimMHty ot eftotim to vneooraie UM br 4lnic of tkte family of homer tome hold that Ute breeders of the country are already pro auetng a aunVleit number of Morga hone and ne4d no awtaunos from the pftrDIIIPDl Others are of the optnio UMU them la only a limited decnnn for borer ut the Morgan type In the mar- kits of ihu or other onuntrlea and tM1 If tar government stimulate the pro elaotluo of ouch horrors most of them will either remote in the heads of Ute nreid ra or be coM at an uureruuM tire agure Both of them elates of critics have solve reason fur their arcumeau com menu the Country Oontlomati but tot does nut D r iMtrtly prove that the nor era ment would not be dulag a loud thing h piiperly el ctlnK a stud at these nnitnaU and brredlDg for uniformity ad prepotency There are many Mot gas boner In tJ awns ry but thy very- greatly ID type nod It U not an racy- maller to and eltber talllon or mares fur a lircrdine sled ni reasonably prtoes Neither U It easy to find a team of good Morgan boreee that can be purckafed at a re onabU price Agate man of UM Morjrnns tire too email to sell on our markets for say thug but ponies sad the demand for that rlaae of honen ta limited hew est there are Morgan and Mosses aU it la iioaelbie to led acme aUUttou lAVi to ISM hands which bred spas manta of eqnnl or greater eles wrould produce nffsprlng denirnble for tile bat seer ciacees If the hreedinc kutmali were properly HIeoetIlorcottfomwuteo dwpo ltlon na4 aetkm it la nranticnlt Imnoenible far Individual hne4es to select a typo of bores that le unlftvat inn Its prlneipnl cnaraetnristlcn aid to breed It to this one type a lumdllHt time to Ox the type by deMtoplng lu preps jenny workingIwith the 1 4plan Is luteIllf Btly amtnred a4 tol without iMterbU deviation SMC a breeding operatioe needs to be eon tantty BOw the of the Urslar who should have fufl authority to prw I tltm tbe awit rigid selection Whether Ibis cnn be accomplished na the gay rament trervlee la now eondootMl li epee to quotlou but It ta worth trying p Draining Areas The drelulac of large areas et land cells for export advice and rapertn Cadence The mnu who owns a small nlec of land and has an outlet for his rarpluii water viU lid little trouble perhaps In getting a drainage system to work let it Is far otherwise with n large area whether that area con not of a Ivlll plain or a hula It Is J very easy to ooMtruct a drainage ays tom that will net work well on the 1 hQto and that will nol work at all on the level land Usport advice and fiparlntendenoai cost money but they worth money A drainage system IUO be built to last but If It is nsolentlflcally It may have to be purely torn out before It has boon in the ground many yens The Milking StooL t On the side of the box that I sit on to milk I hoc tacked In loop form a leather strap which makes It vary handy to move t cun be hung by this loop on a peg or nail under shelter to keep It dry and clean Way to Rid of Lice I make the roosts about two Inches wide and take a piece of cloth one I and onelialf Inches wide fold and tack on under sldo of roost the whole length After the lions go out you i will flJid the lice under that cloth scan dry and warm you take the roosts out and scald and dry or have another sot to put In while they are getting dry nnd you will soon be d- oC lice Dead lice tell no tales neither do they bite Midland Farmer Opes an account wth the hem FASTENERS FOR COMBS Convenient and Practical Methods of Retaining the Comb In tho Frames During all these years especially during tho first thre or four years of my bee keeping writes a correspondent of Gleanings In Dee Culture I have tried various ways of fastening combs In frames and have settled on what I consider the most practical method I am acquainted with I have two different methods one for fastening wholo combs or largo pieces as in transferring and tho other to patch up like fastening a narrow strip at the bottom between comb and bottom bar whero the boos tailed to make the connection To do the former I used little Htlcks about oneeighth by oneQuarter lumen as long as the frame Is deep with threesixteenths projec Lion above and below They are fits tened In pairs with little piece or stovepipe wire bent something like the reverted liter S alter the hook la bent It takes about three Inches of wire to make the hooks which should be shaped over a form to make them all alike A little bench mode of a coma mon boned as wide as the frame Is deep is a great convenience to help do this work rapidly When the comb to ntted Into the frame which la done by laying the frame on the oem and cutting around inside the frame oner of the little sticks is slipped under the romp wherever the support Is needed another la MM right over It and with two books UM projecting ends are clasped together It generally takes two pairs of sucks If one large piece is to be fastened If more smaller ones tine or even four pairs may be needed for patching up little forks of tem pared fence wire are slipped over the I rtO 1 ONE aTTTUE OF FAMTKNKHS frame they MX only hold Inserted patches In their places hot also hold tIM comb in the seater of the frame This to a very desirable and Important feature of the movable frame U the combs are all tram and centered all mnnlpuiathNM that require taking out or Inserting combs are a pleasure Any butting out on one side or the other to liable u run aolnst the next comb or what to still worse against the bell that may be IN the way and the consequence to generally an In united lot of bees to aac the operator plaiaI pin rANOTHKH fTYLE OF FATeN BRS sUcks One of UM kooks Is shown as It appears when finished and tile oth er to left ae It leaves the form It also slaws the form as seen from above Tnls u simply a hardwood block with three corresponding Iron pins driven into It In cutting the wire I ue a pair of tinners shears and out eight or ten rings at a time and If tho pins in the form stand plumb and true three or four or even more hooks can be but at once Iflg 2 shows a patched comb the Bfmning between comb and bottombai being Oiled out and a place of drone tomb in the earner taken eut and replaced with worker comb Properly shaped forks or clasps are below the comb With a supply of these little traps on land transferring as well as patel Ing up cnn be rapidly dons- OAOKLBS Start B diary of daily doings in the poultry yard Mark anti retain for breeding all the January layers Dr Twltcholl says that no Industry offers such a clinnee to realise on cap Ital Invested oa does the poultry In dustryDont overestimate your capacity neither In tho alto plant you are undertaking nor the number of birds In a family Turkeys do not understand woven wire fences They onnnot get through and will not porch on topnot sur face enough They seldom fly over In getting over a fence they want first to rest on time top so as to find an alighting place on the other side 1osturo for the hens Certainly Havent you noticed how heartily they will pick grass The first thing they try to get in the spring when they are let out upon the ground Is grass Try to have a run for them EO they cnn get a full ration of green feed Farm Journal Confining Fattening Birds The American farmer generally does not like to think of his birds being confined at any time of tho season when they could bo out of doors Yet It birds aro to bo fattened for any purpose that end can be obtained far hotter by confining them than by al lowing them to run Farmers Ito view Tote In all the farm Implements that may bo out of doors and oil tho motel parts to protect them against rust THE BOY JESUS I Sunday School lesion lor Jan 211906 SpecUtl Prepared far Tbli Cipn LESSON TEXTLuke 24013 Memory verse II Rend also Matt MJJS and Luke t0GOLDEN TEXT Jetus Increased to wisdom and stature and In favor with God 2KTIME of Jesus probably returned from Egypt and went to live at Nazareth some time in U C I In wmei Place Jesus remained until A D 26 lAve ai He went up tp JeruSAlem to the Pan ever feasts the llrit mention of which II InI our leweon when Jtius wu It yean old ILACHNuartth In aalllee BCIUPTUHB URPBIlBNCESFar In dlcatlone of Jesus love and study of nature ue Matt 61 tttM 1UM 2427 ttO IXM 1229 UK HJ UI Mark 5C 9l Iuke 518 C12 John 26 IIIItl-1ISII t Forledlcalloesef HU Study or the Dlble In ills references to the Old Tutament Matt 44 7 16 Iii etc 811 116 111 6 4041 U4 114 1111 M 42 244- Mark 71 Luke 41719 ZtO W2 T ThoughtVwaxed because by natural progressive growth strong Referring to his bodily development In sire and strength In spirit lan insertion by torn early copy 1st from Luke 180 and Is therefore omitted In both revls ions Pilled with wisdom Not alreadY full but In course of being filled with wisdom mind as well as body being subject to the law of growth Expos liars Greek Test And the grace of God Grace to originally that which gives pleasure as loveliness of form the graces or character and the virtues In their loveliest aspect Hence the grace or God waa his favor which was upon him In which he lived and breathed and which produced ell that is beautl ful In character and heavenly In life guarding from evil V 41 Ills parents vent to Jerusa Urn every year Like deeply and wisely religious people they did not neglect the great religious meetings At the feast of the passover The greatest religions rat of the Jews commemorating the birth of the na ties See Bx 121SM SI II Deal 1610 V 43 And when they had fulfilled the days The seven days of the Pass over UIx UU Deot 163 As they returned wen returning Knew not of It Showing the perfect trust they had learned to show their boy V 44 In UM company with whton they made the Journey And tklT sought him It was probably when to caravan halted for the night that lie WM Ant steeled V 44 They turned back again Ii single eat Seeking kim A eoatln ued act luting all the way to the ctty V 41 After three days Reckons from the departure of the oaravai from Jerusalem one for the journey out one for the return and one for the search In the city They found hint In the temple Not In the temple proper but In one of tho porches or chambers of the temple area and be longing to the temple Sitting in the midst of the doctors The teachers eminent rabbis who at this season would be discussing the great QUOI tloni of the day Hearing them and asking them questions Very much as In a Bible claw of today He was not putting himself forward but was doing what was natural and proper for any boyV 47 Astonished Amaiod 1 e thrown Into a maze or labyrinth- V 48 And when they Joseph and Mary saw him they were amazed Used of glad arnasement Thayer They had not dreamed of such honor to bn given to their boy or of such wisdom such thoughts In the active obedient modest perhaps reticent boy In their houeeheld V 49 And he said unto them How Is It that ye sought moT Why did you go about the city searching for me1 Why did you not come directly hero Wist ye not Knew ye not That I must be about my Fathers businaacT In the Greek the noun U omitted In the of my Father in the attain of my Father and therefore In the house of my Father Hxp Greek Test V 61 lie was subject unto them to his mother aa well as to his father The form of the expression was with a participle Indicates contlnuoushablt ual obedience Io was obedient to his parents as every child should be There Is no manliness In disobedience or In resenting tho control of parents or teachers any more than In disobey ing the laws of nature or the laws of the land It Is both weakness and folly to disobey It Is icuablo to obey from compulsion driven to obedience by fear or impelled to It by a bad character or unruled desires but a lov ing submission because it Is right because one chooses to oboy Impelled by love anti trust that is noble and man ly Especially is this true of obedience to mothers V 62 When youth grows in the sun light of Gods grace manhood bears trult In hln gtorS S Times Pointed Paragraphs Promotion cometh by sticking to bus moss Victory always lies on tho farther tide of tho conflict It Is not our trials that test us but the way we meet them Ho who Is willing to do anything will not long wait for anything to do We can walk through the furnace of fire if the One like unto the Son of God walks with us Has God kept the sun In tho heavens all these thousands of years and will he not keep titer oh thou of little althTrUnlted Presbyterian AN ARMORED MOTORCAR rhe Invention of a German Goa Over Rough Fields and Climbs lulls Many attempts have bean made in recent years to adapt the automobile to military uses mainly for scouting or in the commissary or transporta lion departments nod even In some few Instances for actual use on tho firing line But In each case the our thus designed has been converted from an ordinary vehicle and would have teen useless at the front under real service conditions- It has remained for the Germans to design and build a real war cnrone well able to take care of Itself at the front and sufficiently armored to protect Its operator and crow from rlile and rapidfire bullets This car has a nonnlfig tower and carries a rapldflro gun and is roomy enough to accommodate its crew ot two gunners and a driver whose seat may be lowered when the car goes Into action Light premed steel is used us a covering for the motor hood and the saint material Is used to shield the gears and the drivers seat Need less to soy the conning tower Is also covered In the tame way The steel Is scarcely one hnlt Inch thick and the whole conveyance weighs llttli more than the heavier typed of tour Ing ears The driver la seated in a oom art meat separate from tho tower part but may enter It through a connecting door Two small openings in thi front give him an opportunity to gee the road before him and to guide the car A smaller opening between his compartment and the tower permits the gunner to direct him An outside floor fattened on the interior per mite him to leave tho car If he so desires Ammunition is stored away lu compact compartments The top of the tower through which the gun Is pointed can be rotated so that the fire can be directed to any quarter The gun by lu machinery can be projected or withdrawn from the opening as desired The wheels are sheathed with halfInch steel All four wheel are direct driven there being two differentials and two transverse sprints By this arrange ment the vehicle can be started and run over any kind of road and ex pertinents which have already been made showed that it can easily climb a CO per cent grade can go down Into a ditch and come out again with out any difficulty while crossing a tIItbillIn the test recently made this au tomobile fort easily made IS miles an hour cutting across fields front ORe road to another and demonstraUnn Its ability to flgnt In a broken country While in the experimental maneuvers the roads were used where possible the machine wu purposely driven acrOMeountry to make the test aa severe as possible but the ear surmounted every obstacle with ease The 40boreepower motor Is spe dally built somewhat heavier in all its parts than a motor of similar pow er designed for a touring oar and came through the long and exhaustive trial without heating or any of Its partu getting out of order Partly Right Mum Naylrar I have heard your bus bond spoken of aa a pure food en I thueloat Mrs CrwayHel a1 foodenlhua last anyway Ho can cat more than any two mon I know orChlC1O TribuneFoe of Cupid Punished UlinilmHjd boeaum he had married II Johannesburg bank clerk wAs awarded thrift months salary and 188 for libel contained In the letter of dismissal the court remarking that any agree mOlt In restraint at marriage wits void Immoral and contrary to public policy A Real One RcddI hear she Is going to marry a bookmaker at tho trash Qrenne Wall she always did love outdoor sports Vonkere Statesman MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Jan 13 CATTLUPnlr to Rood 21 94 0 415 Heavy steers 115 416 CALVKSExtrm 8 Ii 6 20 HOOSChole 6 sis 6 OJ trSIIKBPExtraLAMHSBxtm TOO I 8 W FUJUllSnrlnie patent 6 W 515 WHEATNo 8 red 91 s 0 No3 red xed4OATS1 RYENo I GI IAY Choice timothy 101340 OnKOleor 416 m eI3UrTIRChotChoice creamery HPLBS Choice 600 10TATOR8Ier bush ro T nACCONew 43 H 00 3 CHICAGOa J 5 2 5 D- arLOUnWlntrtJQtent 07 liS I4conNNo2OATSNo 2 mixed 7 RYIfNo 2 OJ ORKMem U 70 137- 5LARDBtaam O745 NEW YORK TOURWlnter straits S 85 4 1- 0VllBATNo 3 red O 01- UlORNNo Z mixed 37 lie AT8No 2 mined XH- IYB 31 Western ID 74 POnfMNlII 115 00 8team 7 60 0 790 BALTIMORE VII RATNo 2 red 56 ORNNo 1 mixed 49 SO JATTLBSteera 400 460 IDQSDresawl 6 40 LOUISVILLE liRATNo 2 red 1 91 9 32 1 mixed 47 gORNNO 3 mixed 31 Vi S ARD3team OKKMew I17ttoo INDIANAPOLIS VHEATNo GO OHNNO z mlxdQ 43tt OATSNu 3 mUed 3It eeee eee e e e e I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I 188 Richmond Ky IPhon IOUTFLOWERS t DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS L +o+o+o+c+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+orod o+o+o+o+o+c+o+a+o+o I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o IB here and every housewife wants one or more oh + pieces of new- FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 9 Take BL Look Through Our Stools tIt will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can +Q supply your wants I + IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines 125 J30 and 35 worth SO f60 and t65 o CRUTCHER 4 r EVANS t110plln Old Stand Richmond Kr Day Phone 72 Night Phone 47M f t+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o M+o+ o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+n +o+o+ 1 Carriage Satisfaction Here 4 BuggiesI Runabouts jUsefulComfortable bodyfinishcarriages invariably give No better place to buy than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to flock bottom Qualities up to Top notob We repair and retiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky r Madison County Roller Mills Ee1eAI IFancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flout leHeelelleLlV Potts Duerson Wta SuUae Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dilly Leave Berea HAG n m- ArrivoRichmond415 n m Arrive Paris528a m Arrive Cincinnati750a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave BeroR32 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive Paris950p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Jereal1 pm Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South dlI Train Dally Leave Berea1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 am EQUIPMENT Trains number T and 3 carry BuflVt Parlor car and coaches between Cincinnati and KnoSTlll In both directions Trim num ben 1 and 4 earn Pullman tentlbuled Slreplng car and coachei between Cincinnati and Knox vibe In both direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC flY CO Time table In effect April CII 1005 EAST BOUND No1 No S 110 i pmNlcholanllleView 1124 741 Richmond ar 1IM 110 Richmond Ir 120 p ta o 30 a n Irvine 101 XIO- BeattyTlll 211ar 9aS looo BMttfTlIli Jot 100 1020 WEST BOUND No 1 N4 No 6 Verulllei 1M a m Un p B- NIoholaiTllle 603 227 Valley View US 205 Richmond IT f00 Las RIchmond ar 73ipm 1so Irvine 633 p m 1223 BeaHytlllo RrBeatiyvllle Jet ISO 1030 No 2 and S1 and 9 mate clow connections at NIchoIatTllI to and horn Lexington and Clnel mil and at Verulllei to and from Bhelbyrllla sod LoulifUla No 5 connecti at Beattyrllle unction for Jaclion For any further Intorma Ucu aJdrcu may local scent o- rHKiaiTH0r4P A t- Yeniues y Phaetons Surries Traps Durable t f Stylish I repaint WORKS- C I Manufacturers I RAILROAD I Call at T J Moberleya and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youto I I T J MOBERLEY i Richmond Kentucky PRODUCE CHICKENS I GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES I TALLOW ETCi I Bought at topnotch prices by JeS QOTT Depot Street Cue JCy no THE BAPTISM OF JESUS SoediT School Lesion lor Jin28KOJ Specially Pre artd lor Thli Piper IEHBON TEXT Mirk 1111 Memor vera 10 11 lltad ulo Matt 1111 Luke 3142 UOLUKN TBXT Irtparu your hears unto the Lord and ere Him only MTIMR uke run the date at tee IIlh year of Ttbvrtv John begun prtathtng In A D M wileD JHua was between n and 30 years or ago And while be was ann dwell Ins at Naiarvtn The bapttam of JOB was six month after John hail begun hla mlalatrv about January A D t- ILACK The wlltltrnrailtif wild thin ly Ububitta rrgion lying weer at tile DeadI- CIQ sad the Jordan The iMplltm of JMU we at Ilnhabiirn either M tbl forda northeast at Johns or the ford near heUl ttirao M mile oath of the soft of OaUUe alu ealed Uetniny 9 HllTtJhKHKKiRENCE The lisp Him unit in ngnincane ran 31 1e It MuiH U IV John 133Ac423NA10 M uaiU UI II l jai Rom IWi- Jill 3 i oi 211 IX Tit 11 1 PetIn Tie o kririii uf IM Hair SplrH lea 111 aen 4V U Jwl t12 Zoos 4a lttt Matt 1 II John 3 I I I Ta 12 If k14 Acts ll tl+ S Si U 4l 4 laB Itus1t4 H n Oat ti 5 u n a Kpn 11J 14 TIt 14 1 P11 te 211 J nn4t Comment and Suggcctive Thought V t It la written la ttt prophets The quotation In v 5 to from MaUcMI i 1 and baL in T 3 Is from Intab 10 3 V 3 He wns the voice of one cry Ing Greek liouUm crying with a blah strong vote as a tnaalfMta lion of feeling In the wlUUrnet1 The fitting place for bill work V 4 And preach Proclaim Ilka a herald wltb hU trumpet Prepare ye the way of toe Lord Itepentenaoco for the remiMlon of sins Itepenteat ance is a change of rated of heart atI to sin implying grid over sin aa Us source and n change of life and cua duel as Its retulu V I All the land of Judea and tall they of JeruaalMi were dawn out to the desert to haler the prophet rich and poor young men and maldeni bartfeued sinners PharUeee soldier Roman priests farmers villagers dt tees l Rimra publican all elaaae and ju muirs of men Thus the whole rountry war arometl and heard Ue menaxe whlcb the way for tho Mbslxb KIDIIV V Preached Proclaimed M o herald The Ureek tenie Implies that he ktpt iitng this The lachet of whoa ioa or rather sandals Latcnit a word now oi olete was the ihonr ur late with which ihoes or andai wire fastened 1 am not worthy to aaiuisc It WU the buHinixr of the lown rana to bind ou to Iowa and curry about their master I randal Tbn nature of Je Cue the work of Jeeua for men wu In nmtelv stave Johns rrem it of the l ropa Is at lie was Jon could pclnl to the Saviour JIM could save John could send men to UM good physician JM could cure the disease of sin V 8 I indeed hate baptized you with water unto repentance Ulan t A sign and lymtdl t call to reptntanco but cannot give the new life V 9 Ia those days when Jaws was aboat 30 years oW and willie John was preaching and baptising IB the Jordan About six Rtoaths after John began to preach Itaptlsed of John Described more fully iq Matthew Je sus reeelrod baptism which expressed death to an old life and rising to a new because I baptism r roda public renunciation of Bin and an open stand on the side of God and righteousness Christ did not need to repent but He did need to show by this public profession that lie belonged on the side of righteoutnrss and was eternally opposed to sin Baptism was required of kits followers as one of the great aids to a righteous life Christ therefore would fulfil every duty lie required of them He was the standard and example of righteousness 3J Uy Ills baptism He showed that Ha was hlmnclt fc brother of the slufuU Ho maintained an attitude of solid arlty with tbo sinful rather than a2 sums the position of critic and judGe lie shared the fortunes of our fallen and wrecked humanity V 10 And straightway coming up as soon as He was baptized They say that John bad the people under water up to the neck until they confessed their sins and that Jesus having none to confess tarried not In the river The Spirit like a dove descending upon Him The Holy Spirit descended not only In the manner of a dove but In the bodily shape of a dovo Luke 3 22 This was the symbol the com ing of tho Spirit was the reality- V 11 Then came a voice from Heaven Three times during our Lords earthly ministry was a voice heard from leaven 1 at Ills hap hem 2 at Ills transfiguration Mark 0 7 3 In the courts of the temple during Passion Week John 12 23 Thou art My beloved Son In whom I am well pleased Thus Got endorsed Him and His mission and showed to the Jewish nation that here was tho Mctslah It must also havo strength cried and confirmed the human Jesus as to Ills nature and His work For the Quiet Hour Where no enthusiasm Is tho Ores of conviction will smolder There are too many trying to walk Gods way and win the worlds b K Only a blind man can dwell In tho light and not discern the condition of those round about him Better a sin acknowledged before God than treasured In the heart To conceal a Ore does not extinguish It Infirmity Is common to Ibo human race but that is no reason why the race should bu content with a common Infirmity United Presbyterian l 1Il ELECTRIFIED LAMP CHIMNEY I fun Which Can Be Had with a Straight Glati Chimney Sparks and righting Cats A very simple but beautiful expert ncnt may be mado by my bright boy with a straight lampchimney tho kind used with the Argand or the Welsbach faslight First cut a narrow strip of tinfoil and paste It around the chimney in the middle Thon paste a strip of the same from ono end of the chimney to within about half an Inch of the band lathe middle Kow take a bristle brush the kind made to clean lamp chlmnoys with and over Its bristles wrap n perfectly drv bilk handkerchief Hold the chimney In rour left hand so that your fingers do not touch the tinfoil anywhere and put tug the sllkcovorod brush into tho chimney rub It briskly back and forth This pert I th experiment should be made In the dart and If while rubbing the chimney you take the brush out now and then you will see every time you dTrtto a big spark of electricity jump from one piece of tinfoil to the other In other words tho friction snbdpbytbe rubbing has turneu tho lampchimney into an electrical machine Another pretty experiment IB de scribed by the Pcoples Homo Journal I TUB RXTRIUMEMT IK PROOKUM and may be reeds with this little device Wrap a piece or Iron or bran wire around 11I1 middle band of tinfoil lei ting one end hang down Ave or tx luchrs To i his end attach several stripe of elgartite paper In a bundt Now put the brush Into the chimney at the opposite end to that ud at lest and run II briskly The electrteUy thus gen erated will go tutu the wipe of paper and make theai stand out from cacti 01 her as If they were nitre and were struggling lo get an far apart aa pos IlblpIIf ibe paper be cut lo form two still result will be w7 amusing Theee experiment are best made In perfectly dry weather and It Is well also 10 warm both chimney and handkerchief ai the Ire USE FOR DEAD DOLLS Thy Cue with a Little Work Be Transferred late a Very Lire like Plaything Usually when your sisters dollltegJlI to go te pines their lire to over and the chatter an pretty good of their ending their exutvnce oa a rubbish heap Hit here is a way by which yen can sat ony ixotong their life but also Impart a moit lifelike motion which they na urvrr Mve hadand they will be really tunny when perbapa they were only tttipid before Select n small doll with a china lId SllantI the dead from Ibe ret of the Iwdy and thru procure n plrai spring the top of which can be bifid arouud the hIM seek Now moire a little two wheeled cart or Make nn like that shown in the drawing fssipn Ilie cluing firmly to the hoilODi of ttiecarl nod Iheh cover it with cbrcmlcuii Alter th faiim th china bi Aii loll all shown Now nkf n place of tlff wire loop II aroubd ibe necA and can Y tt Out et rigtit THE REHABILITATED DOLL angles each side of the body so that the ends of tbo wire arc over path cart wheelTwist the ends ai shown and connect each to the cartwheels by freely turnln rauks of wood or stiff wire Out cau Ions Good Literature you must rot have your wheel revolution any greater than the difference between the springs height when compressed and extended Wolght the wagon body with load so the wagon will move forward more iieadlly and then note the result at the lint revolution of the wheels and you will see the transformed doll nov full of life rising anti squalling with each turn of the cranks The amusement you will got will more than make up for your time and trouble In bringing th dead doll to life Something Every Day Every day n little knowledgean tact to a day Now small u one fact onfy rtne Ten years pass by Thre- housand six hundred nnfl fifty fact are not a small thing Every lay 4ttle selfdenial Tho thing that is difficult to do today will bo an easy thing to do 360 days hence It each day It shall have been repeated What power ot selfmastery shall he enjoy who seeks every day to practice th grace he prays for Every day a littl happiness Ve live for the good of others of our living be In any sense i true living It is not In great deeds of kindness only that the blessing is found In little deeds or kindness rep alldeery day we find tiue happl nose At home at school on tho street at the neighbors house In the playground we shall find an oppor tunity every day for usefulness NEW GAME OF AUTHORS An Interesting Version of an Old Game and nn Appropriate Prize for the Same This in a new version oC tho old game ot authors and will delight those who arc well acquainted with books All the questions must be answered by the oamo of an author 1 A kind of llnon Holland 2 A name that means such fiery things ono cant describe Its pains sad stlnglDurnsa bonnet Hood I A high church oHldal Pope G Part of a hospital Ward C What a host said whoa the moat was tough Chaucer 7 Something hard to bear Payno 8 A kind of broad and a propos Hon Ruskln 0 An artisan Either GolSlfaHh or Cooper 10 What Oliver Twist called CorI Moore 11 A breakfast dish Dacon 12 A domestic anlnml and a contented noise Cowper 13 A dress lining Wlgfin 14 An obstruction to navigation Darr 15 Soraetnlng on a foot Onnyan 18 A blossom Hawthorne 17 A game and a proposition Ton nyson1C An adjective Graod- If A fraction of currency and a heavy weight II II tow 10 Badly wounded Aleotl 21 What the fox drsadeHunt 21 That which IB moro than a sandy shoreBbelly SS The name of a rlverPop SI The way we will look after this mental trela Haggard The piles to this contest would bo a frAHcil photograph of soave author Candy boxes may be had to represent- hooks sad could be used M Savors Madame Meat A NEW HANDMADE TOP Toy Made Out of a Tin Baking rottier Can Whlsh iV Simply n Hummer It does not coat much to buy a top but why PAy anything when you can while away an Idle hour or so making the unique one explained below out of a baking powder can All you need to begin with are a baking powder box and lid and a onu pie of places of any kind of wood Cut a hoi In the side of the box an Inch aquar or a circular one as your tate PARIS TO TIiI TUP may dictate aa I fancy you will not bi able to find much Difference In round or square olale In this case Then made tile note In the lid and another in the bottom of the box for the spindle to come throufti The hot lints1eround Cut Ibe spindle to at pushing It In from the bottom After these operations glue the lid firmly to the box so it cannot slip off and suck tile spln tle into position trough the proper holes gluing it Into plan by putting a little Slue in each Dole The spinner handle by which the tap HI spun Is a plain piece of wood with a hole at one rnd Attar the top Is thoroughly dry ex plains the Chicago Inter Ocean pro euro n length of string wind the atrlni around the projecting end of the spin die run It through the bole see thus tration and let her go You will flnd that your spinnlnj baking powder top is In truth n hum mor and the sound produced will rise to just as loud a pitch as any start purchased humming top BOX TRAP WITH WINDOWS Contrivance Which Any Boy Can Make That Will Capture Many Small Animals This Is for the boys to mIke Tbeold fashioned box traa for capturing small animals has glass window panes in serted lu tides and back says the Farm Journal The animal thus seer through the box and out nt lbt beeopen tags the sire of the glass to be used an bothiWould Seem So Teacher What is ac engineer Tom myTommyA man that works an en sine JohnnyeJohnny A woma that works a pi ann Brought It Up to Date Little flvoyoarold Edith was taken to a dentist who removed an aching tooth That evening af prayers he mother was surprised to hear her say Forgive us our debts u wu fotgly- our dentists TEACHING BUTTER MAKING College Course That Is Popular with Young Women of the Central West Scores of young women married and single arc taking auvnniaje ol agrtoulruralmaking reports tho Chicago Trlbunu During this fall olassn are being taught at tho Illinois College nt Ur bana anti at Purduo in Indiana At ono tlmo thorn was a class of ten women Nino wero married women of middle age one was single Tho agricultural colleges of tho central west are making butter on a largo scale In other years they operated miniature plants in which only n small quantity of butter would bo made In Illinois UM college roo fvoa about 1109 pounds of cream dally The Indiana Institution In two churning a week turns out 8500 pounds of nno butter Both instltuttons base their reputation on tho brand of their prod uctIn Indiana the college virtually has two schools one In which it teaches the creameries how to make good butter and In the other lessens are given to the Individuals farmers wives nod daughter All of the butter that is made is disposed of in the town In which the Institutions aro located at the highest market price and lu the caw of the Indiana Institution the armors share In the proceed Students in butter making are taught a great deal about taking care of the machinery that now IB employed in the work There are a sooro or moro separators A student Is taught how to take either of the ones most used apart clean and oil them and put them together again There also area great variety of churns and butter workersThe begins at the doorwhero the cream Is rc ivo4 and weighed heated pasteurised cooled and con verted Into butter After It Is worked it IP condensed Into bricks or prints wrapped in and then enolocml in a tarntfne4leper box when it is ready to bo sold Men or women who want to go Into tho creamery business are taught howI to produce butter on a large scale by actually doing the work That le the reason that the colleges go into but tor making so extensively fur the process cannot be illustrated unless they do so Ihe use of all of the most modern machinery of the cream sties Is taught from the beginning to tho end I A great deal of oaraful Instruction is Imparted IB the matter of putting tho product Into print or Urfck Brink sale are steadily Increasing It is be lieved that there II an advantage In purlobate Of tub butter It is claimed that a pound of print will so more than twice as fat as two half pounds There are many Ingenious contriraaces for moulding the product Into prints and for wrapping it Violence It was a violent collision I am to understandViolent 1 Well I should say It was violent Everybody in the car including the porter was rendered uncon scious by the shook except of course the couple who wore on their wooding tour and oven thoy seemed to be ralh er loss conscious than they were before It happened Puck Too Much of n Shock Furzy What would you do it somebody wore to otter you a million dollars to change your mind Wuzzy Oh it would bo just my luck to lose my head before I could make the exchange IDetroit Free Press One Mans Wisdom But she queried later on how did you know I wouldnt object to be lagkissedBecause ho explained there wasnt anyone in sight Chicago Dally Now MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Jan S0 CATTLEFnlr to IH1 it QIIIIiHrnrr steers 4 n 5T5- 0CAIa1SIixtraHOagCholee paekeri CAR 11 m14 s Mixed pnukers S to W- a XUH a tI s S It LAMDStixtrn 1110 jla FlOUIt Snrlnc patent t w pS 5VHISATNo S red lIS No3 red S9 WHBATNp 2 ml x 99 331nvrrNn61300101U Ittholce II 1 AJMIBSChoke 6 00 101AT RSItr bush 93 e1ooOldCHICAGO PtXVn Winter patent 3 110 VIIKATKo J red H 8814 No 3 rel 8Ii ConNJfo I 42 lATHNo J 318 RYK No 2 mIxedj 0111 PORKMera 13 i0 IUl Hiram y j lit NEW YORK riOURWlntcr patent 4 10 Q 4 W slkcOnNNoOATSNO 2 mixed CUO 37 RYKWe tern 0 7- 4P011KMess 14 75- LAHl lIS 10 8team 7 S3 7 DJ BALTIMORE IVHBATNo 2 red 3ORNNo S mixed 43U 494 f450IIGGSDressedLOUISVILLE IVUBATNo 2 red 82 pllNNo mixed 47 iIORiCMessAUDStoam 7 INDIANAlOLiat- VIIRAT No 2 red r O OUNNo 2 mixed 4- 31OAT9No 2 mtstU a 311Gee e e e cQee 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES f e Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W W tYr Siri ttiki V I nod od od o o+od o+o Fo +o+o+oko Fo +od o Fod od o+o+o Fod o Fo +ot o o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON J + Q- o Is here and every housewife wants one or more + 9 newo CARPET or MATTING 5 +0 Take a Loop Through Our Stock c 0 will surprise jou how well and how reasonably wo can t1supply your wants + 6IiiITS FROM US I rs GOOD o + New Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing 0 T25 T30 and W5 worth hfiJ160 and Maehlncsi tCRUTCHER EVANS o 0Oi3I Carriage Satisfaction Here than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch Wo and retiro Gst our C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky L t I Ieb3eIeI M Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be a hard to beat PRIDE OF is another Excellent Flour I Sutloo Ky Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Korea 34G n n m Arrive a m m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave H2 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Trains Dally Leave pm Arrive pm Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Train nnrabtrt 2 unit 1 carry DuflVt Parlor car snd coaches between Clnctnnail undKnolTlIlein both directions Train uum- bUll and 4 Pullman Twllbiiled Slreplng car and coaches between ClDCluuall and Kuox pile In both direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent ATLANTIC nY CO Time table In effect April 96 1905 FAST BOUND No1 No 8 No f- tVemlllea lOla m liMp a- NIcholtTlllo 1100 T1C Valley View 1114 74J Richmond rllW a10 Richmond Ir 12W p m 6 S9 a m Inrlna 10 7 0- BcattTTllla I J- ButtjTlU Jet SOO 10S3 WEST BOUND No2 No4 2+o6- Venelllet 1M a m S2VPU 11hpll1Ie IIM 2Z7 Vhlley View 6 2S SOJ Richmond Ir 600 IU Richmond ar s TUp m 120 Irvine SM p m lias- Ccalrjfllla Ucattjrvllla let UO 100 No 2 and 61 and S mate rios connrctloni at Klcholaivllle to and Iron Lexiilslnii and Clnel nail and at VcrsalNe to and iruin SbelbrTllli altyyllteJitnetioneorJacksoa Uom kddtcu any local went or It tt SMITH 0 F4 r Alt Ytrulllci Kr Runabouts SurriesTraps DurableGraceful Useful ComfortableStylish bodyftnisbgiveNo repaint repair prices KENTUCKY WORKS Madison County Roller Mills MADISON Potts Duerson ItIhllaLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD m- ArriveRicbmond4lfi Paris1i28ArrivaCineinnati750a Derpa1 Paris330 ercalllKnoxville810 LOUISVILLE 240ar aaan Buggies Phaetons CARRIAGE Manufacturers Call at T J Moberleys and see the best lino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by JeSI OOTT Depot Street Berea Ej r j ti e l Jf J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 4 1- J The reputation of W 1 Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They hare to giro better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j- H We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit inspection invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY j H11 i t I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 Hi I 1 I III 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 I 1 III 1 III I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLLLLLLL Y1 I I I I 0 0 The history of the Eighth Ken tucky Volunteers is commenced in this issue of The Citizen and will be continued from week to week It is hoped this may prove interesting to many of our readers Mr Ogg is leaving this community to reside upon his farm near town He and his family have been in Be rea for many years and will be missed tfJohn G Pasco made a visit home and incidentally calledon the Citizen 01Ogg has rented his house on Center street to Will Stoe who comes 1toBerea from Wallaceton in order to his children better educational advantages Centerjpervision he having sold a half interest in it L W Harrison of Jackson county a former student of Berea College who is studying medicine in the Hospital College of Medicine at Louisville has been elected vice president of the junior class of 1900 Mrs D R Reynolds has moved to Barea from Brush Lick and is living on Jackson streetIFrank M Cristobal Canal Zone that he ox i pects to return to Berea about the lit of February IDr Switzer has not the faintest leaving Berea in the near 1future notwithstanding reports to contraryMrs I Fugett who has been t visiting her mother Mrs P J Paw returnedIhas moved to Jackson street into the house recently occupied by E Bran nemanGeorge W Settle of Lancaster has moved to Berea taking up his residence on Jackson street M M Miller who has been for a considerable time employed in the Printing Department of Berea Col lege left last Friday night to accept a position in the job office of the Louisville Courier Journal Dan Breck of Richmond was in Berea on insurance business this week He dropped into the Citizen office where he is always welcome G E Porter has gone to Wren wick Iowa for an extended visit Next Monday the deferred Lyceum Course will begin in earnest Walt I ter Bradley Tripp the reader and impersonator will then give ono of his mirthprovoking entertainments The Richmond papers report that a movement is on foot to connect Berea and Richmond with an electric oar line Mrs Frank Collins was buried on Thursday from her home iff Berea Revs Pasco and Kitchen conducted the services J a sv- A y o 0 Cullrgt Lornlft I Mr Tuesdarat Richmond Miss Oma Penn who was with us last year and went to California dur ing the summer for her health writes that she wishes to come back to Boron for the spring term James Muncy of Leslie County arrived Tuesday with his mother and three brothers who will keep house on Mt Vernon street Mr Jesse Hylton was recently married to a Miss Youngf of Knott countyBristol Taylor brought his sister to Berea and entered her in school last week President and Mrs Frost loft for the east last Thursday on a business tripAlpha Zeta Society were given a sympathizerslast the IndustritiUBuilding everyday85 Tao Special Meeting A series of special meetings has been planned for this winter as for several years past They will begin on Tuesday Feb 0and will be conducted by ReV WHHubbard DD pastor of the First Presby terian Church of Auburn N Y The name of Dr Hubbard will be familiar to some in Berea as he preached the Baccalaureate sermon at commencement time some years ago and made a most pleasant impression He will be welcome back to Berea by all who heard him before The meetings will bo truly union in character us have been those of years past Everyone is invited and urged to plan to attend and to get the greatest possible personal blessing The pie of God in Borea are especially urged to make j these meetings a subject of constantI earnest prayer Let us Dr Hubbard that he may receive a specialeduement of power from ou high for this work Let us pray for ourselves that we may readiness to cooperate with the LordIand his servant Let us pray unsaved that their hearts may growing tender and that as many as possible of the residents of Boroa and of the students of Berea College may find salvation through Jesus maybeventing the success of our efforts While God can save at any time all Christian history teaches that there are certain times when it is wise to put forth extraordinary efforts Let us listen to tho inspired prophet of Israel Sow to yoursel murcybrlJakis time to seek the Lord till ho come and ruin righteousness upon youHosea 1012A E Tuousov 1iumsmhliT ritOST TUAVKIS otr to the Ilinilert uf the CltlriMi- Kentucky weather went with us all the way to HostonLtltwlllg Boric Thursday at 1 1 P M wo reached Boston at 845 Friday Saturday we rested did shopping and conferred with Prof Iennimnn- who tins a small room looking out Aifr Universitytregarding educational affairs in tho SouthSunday was spout at Lexington The Congregational Sunday School here Las been contributing to Borer formally years I preached the morn neurb1Pthanking them for their faith tub friendship and tolling thorn what Boron is doing for its students Lexington is of interest ou account of the battlo fought lucre at the open i ing of the Revolution We wore shown houses still standing which witnessed that battle and the place where the embattled farmers stood and tell seven of thorn tit tho fire of the British There are three monu ments one of them representing the alert form of a young farmer with his gun and powder horn standing calm and resolute looking down the road by which tho British advanced Time churchhouse in which 1 preached is built of field stones picked up in the neighborhood many of behindILexington Mass- i Sunday night wo hoard a good sermon at tho Park street church near our hotel from Christs words It is I be not afraid j Atfd we go to bed praying that all the dear friends aud neighbors in Berea may be prospered and blessed WIfolloedprayers With love to all WM GOODHU FROST Miss Stone of Massachusetts who has been spending the winter in Boron is planning to leave for St Louis soon Iure Maple Syrup Anyone desiring to have pure maplo syrup delivered to them about March 10ut 110 per gallon should ordur at once of C P One field At present have ordar amounting to 00 gallons I have just been authorized to solemnize the rites of matrimony Any ono who wishes to join in wed lock will do well to call on J S Wilson Borea Ky All calls at roo80nablei Ci I SPED roy LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connection with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of i occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts j Emulsion offers a reliable ofmeans proper and weak developH ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairingIII waste The a c IIIi sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ObIltamedNo system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a I sample free BuryttuAspitturslnthrfnt1ai1 f rrtry battle of Bmubian y u- kur SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c sad sit aU drurrfsts v J n IoiTUIlSTS AT 111mumt Normal Drpiirdnrtil Wlntor Trriu tuna Following are the names of stu dents in the Normal Department i of Boron College Abner G C Johnson G Adams 11 D Keaton Ernest i Adams Jno Kindred Ella Alcorn Leroy Kline Ernest- I JasIBaker Bessie Lake Sallie WillardIBcgley Jos Lewis Bottie JasjBlackburn Jno Littoral Lydia Blanton Delia Logsdon Anna Brigmon M McClish Amy Boggs Wm R McGloneFarris Bolen Jno M McGuire Arlie Boothe Mazie McGuire D C Broaddus M McKnightE C Brashear L F McWhorter N Burnette Corn Masters Alma Cable Cinda Metcalf H Cable Crit E Miller fas F Cable It Miller Virginia Caldwell H Miracle L D Clark Chas Moore Jas W Claunch L Moores Pattie Congleton C Morgan Elisha Cooper Geo Moyers Fannie Cooper R Mullins Fred Cornelius Fred Newman L Cox Nolan Nicley Minnie Curry Harry Nickell Kelly Davidson N Ogluaby E Drake Grover Oldham Nettie Durham W F Pace Flora Ely Dora Parsons Disy Farley Mary Pholps W L Faulkner Jno Ponder Kizzie Feltner Felix Ponder Maxie Fields Algin Powell Anna Fruisure Ward 1oynter Hattie Francis N Randall Elmer Garr ion Jno Roberson B Gay Lettie Roberson J H GayPearl Roberts Nova W RobinsonDaisy IoydIHanoy Harland Snowden R R Hellard Polly Sparkman May Herrin Logan Spencer Ada Hobbs D I Spencer Robt Hobbs Fred Stobbins Lena Holcomb Benj StidbamCharlie Hopkins W J Stone Robt JHortonHoskinc Chas Townsend C Hoskins Win Tuttle Lillie Howdl I B Vaueir Wm C Hubbard Jno Wesley Bishop Hubbard Mary Wesley H W Huff Chas Wesley Minnie Hudson China W stover N Hylton Clark Wilson Hubert Hylton Corn Wilson Jno L Ingram Henry Wiison Lena bead Jacob Wilson Mary B Isaacs Kiuie Wilson Mary H Isaacs Liuie Woodward L Ison Ned Wyrick D B The names of Academy students including those learning bricklaying nursing otc will appear later nail At this season of the year almost every child on the street has a bad cold and too ninny adults are likewise afflicted Many think that thin is u necessary result of the winter weather but lot us consider this To login with colds never happen They are always caused by sonic ox posure which could have loon pro vented had it been foreseen Sud den and extreme changes in the weather catch ono without overcoat rubbers or umbrella and a chill fol lows Exposure of the neck or head to a draught of cold air or sitting in a hot room anti then going out into tlll cold with insufficient clothing are frequent causes Many intelligent people have the habit of going out in all sorts of weather bareheaded This habit Is almost sure to bring serious results in colds and chronic catarrh The most common nonuse of colds is damp foot In a place like where thero are no sidewalks and crossings it is absolutely necca sary to wear rubbers if ono is to est capo damp feet and then serious consequences The notion that thick soled shoes can replace rubbers is and can yield only bad results damp feet habit we are safe in saying is directly responsible for a majority of tho many cases of catarrh acute and chronic which are found in those parts Keep the feet fury keep the body especially mho neck warmly clothed wear a hat tho problem of colds will bo largely solved- A word as to time treatment of colds Our aim in treatment should bo as far as possible to undo tho mischief which has been started Therefore when ono finds a cold sot tling down on him he should soak tho teat halt way to time knees in water us hot as can be borne for at least 30 minutes open tho bowels with n largo dose of salts and as he goes to bed drink a pint of hot lomonade Usually this will bo Bulli cient tad in tho morning tho cold will be gone if it is not the family U81DO w 00 t GET SQUARE WITH YOUR COLD Our Laxative Cold tablets knock colds and grippe silly Take them at night feel better next morning- It is a good thing to have a I bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc The Porter Drug Co INCORPORATED n sj33 99 9 99333 a999 M A Furniture is a Necessity M i You must have it to make your home comfortableinow wem the things you need Kitchen Din i itingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed l broom Desks Carpets Window I i Pictures etcW fNext f is l h Phone 93 z The Little Four 3EE II 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 A P SETTLE Jro- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo oeoeoeoeo- S S 0- o 0- o u Read This I 0 0- S o o sSS 0- o S S O Go to Friends for Advice oo To Women for Pity i O S I To Strangers for Charity e O 0 O To Relatives for Nothing 0 0- o To US for Low Prices and Honest Values S 0 o e S 0 o e So 1 a oS 0 O I The New Cash Store I S 4- e0 RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS I i oSo S ilo o osloao ofioao osloBo ooaOOOOOOIlOoaoaOIlOllOllOtl iT I fj IJoiJrUj tn for v rl II yr YB05 0 JltfOE Q fIg 1 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 II for Men 300 250 and 200 fort 1 1 Jr Boys 200 and 175 for Youths V 1 The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give tauter satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been pLced so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they an get ebewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect J fit inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKY Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1t h t HH t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Messrs A B Hoskius and L and N Fireman of Corbin are visiting relatives who ore in Berea College There are severallcases of measles in town but all are well under con trolMr Tuppor has returned from his vacation trip to Kansas and is again at the helm in the Citizen oiiice Miss Mary A Hoskins of Hoskius ton who is on her way to Valparaiso Ind stopped over Sunday to visit her brother anti sister who are in school here Rev M Ie Pasco preached last Sunday at the Congregational church in Corbin He will preach next Sunday at the Congregational church in this place Mr P M Reynolds of Hamilton Ohio was in Berea this week on busi ness and made a call on the Citizen Mr Reynolds reports great improvement in the city of his present resi dence He is employed as a black smith at the Champion Coating Paper Mill Co which claims to be the largest paper mill in the world em ploying about 800 hands R G Mitchell of Richmond dropped in to shake hands with the Citizen and leave a 200 bill for his subscription Of course ho is invited to call again Mr R J Ramsey of Riverside Mo called at the Citizen office this week Mr Ramsey has been visiting relatives in the vicinity for some time but is now returning to Mis 801 fjMr Ed Porter was married at Monticollp Iowa last Wednesday He and his bride will be at home on Center Street after Febuary 1 Mrs Charles Hanson has been visiting in Celina Ohio She returns tonight Thursday Kid Richardson and John Jackson of Middletown Oare visiting rela tives in Bero at present Mrs Nettie Mann arrived last night Wednesday to spend a week with her parents Mr and Mrs Jos BurdettoThursday there was a special Chapel service at the College as it was the day of prayer for schools and colleges Thursday night there will be a prayer service along the same line at the College Chapel All the churches have been invited to participate in this service Two families of Munceys distant relatives of Mr H Muncoy of Jack son street have moved to town for the purpose of educating their chil dren We are glad to welcome such people to our midst Mr Josiah Burdette has sold his property at the west end of Chestnut street to Mr Kelley consideration something over 4000 Mr Holli dayengineered the trade It is beautiful weather The Editor has seen all kinds from twenty de grees below up to sixty above in the last two weeks but nothing liner than today i111lII1111IllIIIll1111111111r in IndianaMiss White of Richmond spent the weeks end with Mrs StevensA was born to Mr Sidney Combs and wife on Tuesday night of this week Mr Ogg and family have moved out to the old Galloway place Mr Ogg will spend u portion of each week at his studio in Berea Mr W L Harrison has bought out Mr Eagle on Chestnut street and is now selling groceries and pro duce in tilt Eagles place Mr 1J F Harrison has started a grocery mid most market just across the way in the Titus stand Business is brisk along down the street The new automatic telephone is reported to be a great success Un less the lino is busy the one who calls can get his party at once with out waiting for connection to be made at central There is no over hearing unless wires happen to be crossed and people may discuss con fidential matters as freely as in their own homes There will bo a Law and Order league meeting at the Parish House on Friday night There will bo addresses readings by Mr James Combs and music by the Ariel Quartette The Executive Com mittee will make a report in lino of the perfection of the or anlzation of the League Everyoneinterested in the preservation of order and good manners in Borea and the country around is urged to be present Mr G D Holliday is doing a thriving business in his fruit and confectionary store and the College will soon build an addition at the back of the building he occupies for a store room Mr Holliday plans to keep on hand fresh fruits of all kinds in their season fresh broad and Biscuit Company products canned goods high undo breakfast goods confectionary etc He sells no to bacco and his store presents a clean appearance He is worthy of a liberal patronage by our people The first number of the Lyceum Course was given last Monday night at the Chapel Mr Tripp gave a very superior entertainment and every number was well received Among so many good things it is hard to decide which was the best but the impersonation of Falstaff seems to have been considered time finest from an artistic point of view There seems to be a slight verbera tion in the Chapel and this obscured some tones of Mr Tripps voice but this is the only criticism of the enter tainment Mrs Collins died at the Hospital as the result of a severe operation on Wednesday of last week Mr Col lins is known as the one who quar riedall the native stone for the Chapeland Library He has the sympathy of all who know him HIH HHHH+HHIlHH il College Items jj HERE AND THERE T itFttit4iwi I Httttttttt Mr Daineron State Collt ge Soorti tnry for Y MPC A was in Boiuu- i Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Ira Fields of Whjttwbutg Ky visited his throe sons Saturday and Sunday Wo are always glad to soe the parenta of Urn buys nUll girls horo to inspect tho work Dr Newman of Loipmc Ohio is visiting his son and daughter who art in school iu Baron1 Mr Novvrnau gave a talk to the students at United Chapel on last Friday morning P Trnpior Prontiss who graduated last June is now studying theology at Southern University Swanoe Tone His many friends will be In preachingjduringitheViutor Good reports oomo to us of the ThompsoeBaker College Mr Baker graduated In Bores 1897 IDr Hubbell made n business trip to Lexington Saturday morning Everett Bach with his oousin Wilgus entered eihool Saturday Mr and Mrs John L hail who- daughtorMrsD1ouths past leftfor their houia at Croton 0 lastStdurdsy noon willigotho annual meeting of the State Inter collegiate Athletic Association Soipe important amendments to the ooitatl tution of tho association are to be proposed gripMondayHe is now batter Mrs Robinson mother of Mfae Josephine Robinson has been severe ly ill for several days Contributions are being received by Rev Mr Thomson for the work in Hurley Wta Hurley is the place where Mr Rix and hie wife are I working It is in the midst of a mining and lumbering region Had fe greatly In need of Christian workers A house planned for a Y M C A building is for sale and special ad Vantages are offered to the orpRim Lion with which Mr and Dire Itlx are connected for its uurobae Over one hundred dollars have been ooa tribute from Berea VtMk or Imynr Next week will be observed by the Union Church M a week of special prayer in preparation for the Gospel meetings which will open during the following week There will be u prayer meeting testing oue hour in tho Union Church house mi exoeptSaturdayspecial Gospol meetings were to follow it would do us great good to toms devote one week to prayer But whatever success is realized in time Gospelmeeting will be due to the power of God and not to that of man Whilo God will use the best powers which man can bring to hits service yet it is His power that does the work That power is gained by prayer We want to see great things done but tin greater calamity could befall tic than to have an apparently successful revival effort and have it wrought in such a way that men could think it was tho result of human planning or human lXlll81iCO- Lftt us therefore rtiuet and pray most earnestly that God will condescend to guido us in our planning to guide Dr Hubbard in his preaching of the word and to use both plans and preaching so that his name slmjl be honored In the dOliteeA Ho Your 1iirl Every one interested in temper anco is urged to writo at once to State Senator C B Ecton Prank fort Ky Chairman of tho logbilative Committee on Religion and Morals urging him to secure it favorable re port on the Cnmnmok County Unit Local Option Bill and to work for its passage This bill was prepared by tho state Law and Order League and provides that no district pro cinct town or city shall vote QH tho same day on which a large divi sion of which it is a part is voting on the question of tho restraint of the liquor traffic in that district ft will pondble from tho liquor traffic if the majority of its citizens desire such freedom When you want tho best and Freshest Dread Fruit Candies Cukes Crackers and lots of other HollidaysNewSt All now and tip todifto Orders 25cts and up delivered promptly RichmondISteam A AVIIK IN HUSTON Letter fnmt Irmliliiit 1rinl Dear Render of the Citizen WI found Kentucky weather this time in Now England warm with alternations of rain and sunshine Boston is a Menu oily and full of iimnnorod people Every hank driver knows his business timid in reedy to tell all inset the streets and trains and places of interest Of course my bbusiness was with the beet pooplu of Boston The city contains plumy of the selfish grasping tend foolish but it contains a group of noble families so devoted to theyconlset tho good fashions for tho whole country Tho innjorltyiBof tho present inhnbltants aro foroignure but they have boon BO bofriouded mid educated by tho older residents goodIThat is the difference between the best people of Boston and the best people of our Southern cities for ox ample In Boston thoy are trying to encourage and improve those who might be coiled the lowor classes while in the South they are ofmid to have time lower people improved they foal them by derisive names declare that nothing can be made of thorn and Infeneral try to keep thorn down tho wisest T Which is tho most Christian We did not call upon a single person who was not engaged in souls kind of useful work something for the public good One man was pushing hill in the Legislature to require that all children in the public schools have a nmliealexamination every year Another was interested in helping Mitts Petit rebuild her school at Hiudman in our Kentucky mountains Another was sending money to foreign miwiomi Another was working among the poorer people in Boston Benjamin Franklin wvts born hero and his birthday vats calibrated this week bya great meeting with speeches by the governor ami the mayor and others This too is a center of 8i ease and knowledge One night I attended a club tussling of gentle men in a private house and we were entertained by two men who had been to time Pliillipiiias one to oem duet experiments regarding vaedaa host using the monkeys for subject and the other who had been there to plan a water awl sewer system for the city of MaHife Our visit wMeaddaued by missing one dear friend whose kindness bas cheered M many times Mm Frost called upon Mrs Julia Ward Howe author of the Battle Hymn of Ute Republic a beautiful woman now more than eighty years of age who remembers the stirring scenes of the Civil war sad hi still interested in every good cause WH G Fwwr- AOIllCiriTritAlhCllOOI Attention ia called to the comma nioatiou frotH the Educational Im nrovemant Ootmnisukm of Kentucky tla regard to farming schools The statemento made In the article are very true and should be considered by allwho are interested in the future welfare of Kentucky Instruction iu the principles of agriculture ia es jHxrislly needed in the mountain country of the South The old waste ful methods are no longor adequate to the exigencies of tho time The land must bo restored by quicker methods than tho old ono of suffering it to lie fallow for a number of years The mountain country of Now England has doubled in value shies tho farmora timers began to study their business aud apply the results of their study to intensive culture of the soil limit while awaiting action by tho state In this direction it is woll to remember that Boron College offers a practical agricultural course to students of which many are taking advantage As yet tho domnnd for trained agriculturists lean great that those who have taken this oonrso are sought after by employers in othor states but the time is swiftly coming when there will be n demand for such knowledge in our own state This course should bo tho most popular one among time Industrial courses offered by tho College It should ho investigated by young non who want a career NOTIUII This is to notify all who know thomsalvos indobtod to mo to please cull and sottlo their accounts Short settlements make long friends and of course we want to be friends and do business together in tho futuro an we havo in tho past Respectfully Mrs A T FISH FOR SALE OR RENT Two Farms for rent or sale at Korby Knob Jackson County Ky Both are woll improved good buildings plenty of fruit and water coal and timber For further information address D M Click Kerby Knob Ky GET SQUARE WITH YOUR COLD Our Laxative Cold tablets knockcolds and grippe silly Take them at night feel better next morning- It is a good thing to have a bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc The Porter Drug Co LCORIORJTEll At UptoDate Grocery You can always find The Freshest and Best Of Everything that can be found in the Market JC c Everybodys business solicited Prompt delivery WID LOGSDONProprietor iI F 1 Furniture is a Necessity J- lt RYou must have it to make your hpme J 1or look and feel comfortableW ii1 ItImethe thingsyon need Kitchen Din Bedj1 m i1 W LOUIS 0 LESTER Iit Next to the Mill W lh Phone 93Ja edI 00000000000000000000000000o a 0 o o 0o0 0 0 0 oe r 0 0 0 0 Go to Friends for Advice 0- S o To Women for Pity 0 o To Strangers for Charity o o 0 To Relatives for Nothingo 0- e To US for Low Prices and Honest Values 0 o e0- o 0sr c aso oe o o S I The New Cash Store I 0 o RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS i SS 0 ifOAII NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER Jll Important Happenings That JIavo Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements t 6fG6vernmont Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted Congressional Briefs In the senate on tho 10th about HO MUa were palled leaving on the on radar only six or seven measure Of the bills jiaseed a large majority griimad private pensions and many wore bridge bills Ono of the bull favorably acted upon was an appro prtation of JX 000 for the marking of the gravel of confederate soldiers wtu died in northern prisons during the civil war A vociferous speech in fa rar of me Philippine tariff bill by Mr DSZ i Pa opened tho proceedings In tb noon It was followed by sev seal ottMfl against the measure the ulna notable of which was one by the veteran talesman Mr Kelfer 0- as fX neaker wino returned to the houR after a retirement of 90 years Intrr k woe Injected Into too Phil ippinc UHff deixUo lu the house ol rsprcusAAUs m OIl the llUt by a Mu MthijieUs Idea of tariff exposition by Mr MeCall of that state by a rknraetM sully of the Filipino by Mr Ixjngworth 0 and by a defense of Proeldenl Roosevelt by Mr Pou a democrat from North Carolina The bares committee on labor dis cussed Ube Gardner resolution for an iBvctsUgUton of child labor conditions throughout the United State the department of commerce and laborI Hepreeemtailvo Daltell Introduced a joint resolution directing the selection of a site OH government property In Washington for a bronto statue of Henry W4eworth Longfellow ftny republican representatives are now Rid by insurgents to have signed the pledge to vote against any rule prohiMUac nmendmenu to the Ham IMert letot statehood bill- Mlscellansous Items Juil e Unary Severest ot the Unit o l States etrwlt ooort of appeals for the Ctnetmifilt district announced from til beach that the ooart has de efctat to refeee Mrs Oasis U Chad wick a rehearing MM Coeete U Chad wick the bank wrecker and wleard of flaanee arriv ed at the Ohio penkeatiary from Gevo lead to begin a sentence of tea years for eeneglraay to wreak the Citizens Ttattewil bank at Obw n O Dr WlINaat Ralney Harper proM dent of the University of Chicago tnee tU Inception one of the foremost eewetors and one of tho most learned Hebrew scholars of hU time died of eaneer of the Intestines Although isle death was known to be in evitable within a comparatively short time Ue e4 of his life due to phys ical exbatas long came suddenly The holy of Dr William llalney Harper Ute president of tho Unlvor sky of lso was laid to ret In a vault In O 1 woods cemetery Chicago Tho final retting place of the body of the dteltogtiUhed educator will how over bo On the university campus grounds whore It is planned to build a memorial chapel and crypt The regular morning prayers at Appleton chapel Harvard unlvenity I took toe form of a memorial service 1 lu memory of President William II Harper of the University ot Chicago Tho death of president Harper has revived speculation as to the possi bility of President W H P Pnunca of Drown university becoming the head of the University ot Chicago A mammoth university chapel as a memorial to President Harper was pmoUcally decided upon at a meeting of the hoard of trustees of the Unl versity of Chicago Right persons dead from suffocation or from leaping from a fire proof building n sure of people moro or loss In jurid by having their hands cut and gjx4i8d from smashing In windows a rnagnlficeat property subjected to the nvrnces ot firs smoke and water II- an epitome of the great disaster which 1 bdfrll the West hotel Minneapolis Mfnru Toe hotel was built by Chas H West formerly of Cincinnati Something over 100 petitions each representing about 2000 names will be forwarded from Texas asking for nxoautive clemency In tho case of Al hart T Patrick sentenced to death In Now York for tho murder of William J Marsh Wee Thu British steamer Santiago loft 1 Guayaquil Ecuador for Now York via Panama with the remains of Thomas Nnst the cartoonist and former consul there who died of yellow fever Dccom bar 7 IOOS i A dlepjtth from Warrenton N C tolls of the death there of Mrs Lucy R Polk the venerable widow of Col William H Polk and sisterinlaw of President folk By unanimous vote tho cotton asso elation adopted tho report of Its corn mittoo on holding recommending that the baUnce of the crop of 1905C behold for 15 cents a pound The body of Raymond Profontnlne the Canadian minister of marine and Hshoricw who died suddenly In Cher bourg France December 2E loft that port tor Canada on board the British IoqttllJlp Doni Von The bankers committee which is fa vestisoting the affaire oLthe banking and brokerage firm of Danlson Prior Co of Cleveland 0 which ctawt its doors following the suicide ot L W Prior made a partial statement They are forced to believe that the firm Is Insolvent and are convinced that a number of municipal bonds have been forged The committee In chars of the In veeUgatlon of the affairs of Dentsou Prior Co Cleveland hold a meet- Ing and announced that the facts dsclosed Justified them In stating that It In their belief that forgeries to the ex tent of several hundred thoqeand dollars exist U W Priors personal safe the broker who committed wields In Cleveland in which he kept his pri veto papers and memoranda has thus tAr deflect the efforts of the Investlgat tag committee and of safe exports who have worked upon It It holds Its su crate an safely guarded M does the man who last closed Its doors Parsons Snyder Co Mock and grain broker with oflleos in the Hoi lenden hotel Cleveland 0 made an assignment to J A Smith an actor ney Parsons Co are mem bers of the Cleveland took exchange and of tho consolidated exchange in New York They dkl much bunlnees for Leland W Prior Held In anthers name but used as the place of deposit for the valuables of Charles Augustus Seton declared to bo the perpetrator of the Norfolk A Western atook counterfeiting a vault In the Standard Sat Deposit Co ot New York waa opened but the spuri ous cortlneates for which the police aro now searching wero not found Two of the alleged forged stock cer uneates of the Norfolk k Western railroad have been located In Buffalo They are Nos 8280 and 8011 the for mor for 50 shares and tho latter for 100 shares the Plnkorton men stick to their assertion that the forgery In valves more than J2000000 Following a conference between committees representing the Ohio In terurban Railway association and the Indiana Electric Railway association It was announced that the two asso ciations will be merged to form the Central Electric Railway association Six children were severely Injured one possibly fatally In a collision between two heavily loaded bobsleds at Dos Moines la After a day of caucuses Dr Prank IL Carson of South Bend Ind was reelected president of the Central Baseball Lcaguo A fire that originated In the four story brick peanut factory of the Nor folk Vag Storage Co entirely de stroyed that building damaged the east wing ot tho jail and falling walls crushed the Whltehurtt Co foundry like an egg shell All of the 27S prlel oners In the jail were marched to poNce barracks under a guard ot police but nine escaped Delegate R 8 Powell Introduced In the Virginia assembly a bill to prohibit the game of football In Virginia- A penalty of from tO to 100 Is pre scribed for each offebse Jenkins Burrows and Arthur Wil Clams two of the three negroes con vlotcd of the murder of Julian Wilson a prominent citizen of Wllliamsburg county wero hanged at Kingtreo S C Robert Scott convicted of the crime was respited for 30 days Acting under Instructions of Judge Audenrled tho jury acquitted John W Hill Clndnnatlan tho former chief of the bureau of filtration Philadelphia on all tho Indictments which charged him with forgery and falsifying the records of his bureau- P J Hushes a money lender was convicted of the charge of usury by a jury at Kansas CUT J II William son charged that ho borrowed 1 10 from Hughe two years ago and had paid fit In Interest and still owed Hughes f20 Though M Maubourguet the Vene zuelan charge daffaires has not yet received his passports diplomatic re lations between France and Venezuela are considered to have been brokan off Qen Morales resignation aa prosl dent of Santo Domingo was tendored and accepted Ho will leave San Domingo city on board the United States gunboat Dubuque bound for Porto Rico Aurello Herrara of Bakersfleld Cal knocked out Young Corbott In the fifth round at Los Angeles Cal A correspondent of the Glornalo dl Italia says Mr White tho American ambassador and delegate to the con ference at Algcclras declared ho was sure peace would bo maintained Cable dispatches from Trinidad state that there aro persistent reports at Port of Spain that tho French squadron baa sailed from Guadeloupe for Trinidad It Is sold the French ships had been sighted passing St LuciaFriends of Representative Jesse OverBtruet of Indianapolis have started a boom for him for chairman of tho republican congressional cam paign committee to succeed Repre sentative Babcock of Wisconsin who will retire at tho expiration of his present term The Nebraska delegation In congress has agreed upon Charles A Qoss of Omaha as the successor of Irving F Baxter who was recently removed by the president tram the office of district attorney for the Omaha district The steamer Siberia arrived at San Francisco from tho Orient having on board tho imperial Chinese commis donors Tuan Fang and Tal Hung Tzeu with their subordinates ant suites C2 persons in all At Traverse City Mich Benjamin Robertson was killed and five friends with whom ho was coasting down a ateop Ice coated hill were injured With a majority of the middle and western atates believed to bo not tin friendly to a small Increase In wages but with Ohio Pennsylvania and Ute east dead set against any change lathe present scale unlees it Is a reduc Uon there la much speculation at In dlanapolta on the ovo of the oonven Uon of the mine workers and the joint conference with tho operator as to tho outcome The entertainments provided at Ma alia by the collated moo of the Amor teas fleet for the men of the visUlne British cruiser squadron comprising a dinner and vaudeville show were at tended by 2000 persons An epidemic of typhoid fever pro valla In the borough of WUkln burg adjacent to PKtsburg There are now over 100 caM and a number ol donthn have resulted Seven theological etudenU out of a party of 12 were overwhelmed by CUI avalanche They wero oa an oxcni Mon In the Hall valley Tyrol Aui trio The political map of England under went a striking change as tho result of parliamentary elections held In 39 constituencies In widely scattered but Important centers and in which the liberals gained 18 seats The labor Men who aro counted among the lib eral gains secured four new seats against unionist oandldates The supreme court has giver notlct to counsel in tho oaso of Caleb Pow era of Kentucky that the cape can not bo heard until after the conclusion ot the special call on which the court Is now engaged Dr William Wallace Hadloy modi cal director of the Force of Life Chem leal Co and Mrs Laura M Wilson confidential manager of the company are out on 2500 ball having been ar rested In New York on charges or conspiracy to obtain money under false pretenses by tho use of the malls Dr Hadtey claimed the marvelous power of raising the dead and cur ing or preventing disease lie could arrest time it was alleged Levi Gelgor aged 1C of Washington vllle Pa whose right arm was skinned from the elbow to the sboulde last Juno has just bad it recovered with skin part from his ownbody and part from under the wings of chickensWhile In the act of crossing the railway tracks near Bellebuckle Ten a a buggy containing Pauline and Re becca Pearson 11 and j years old re spectively was struck by a north hound train and torn In pieces The horse was killed outright and tho children were thrown on the pilot ot the engine and carried 100 yards be fore the train was stopped Neither ot the children had sustained the slightest injury Yee Sing Lee or Charles Dean as tt4 Is known in English Plttsburgs lead Ing Chinese gambler eloped to Youngs town 0 with Maybelle Humphries a beautiful white girl and under the name of Belle Dean she was married to himV Sanford who has been on trial at Rome Go charged with the mur der of George Wright was acquitted It Is understood that Secretary Shaw at the request of the president has agreed to remain In tho cabinet until March 4 1907- President Roosevelt has Indicated that he is In accord with the hotui committee on interstate and foreign commerce In Its support of the Hep burn bill for tho regulation ot railroad freight rates Gen Morales of San Domingo the advices say was wounded recently In an encounter with troops of tho tem porary president Gen Caceres Gen Morales former president of Santo Domingo arrived at San Juan P R on the United States gunboat DubuqueFour met death in the elect snow and rain storm which swept over New York and New Jersey Marine experts on the coast believe that the schooner Samuel L Russell has gono to pieces In Hampton Roads and that Capt Jones and tour men aro lost Tugs coming In report wreck age from the vessel Rev W E Cleveland a retired Pres byterian minister and brother of former President Grover Cleveland was stricken with paralysis at tho homo of his eon W 8 Cleveland In Co lumbusThe railroad property In Michigan as fixed by tho state tax commission Is valued at 207080000 an Increase of 11000000 over lust year The main business flock of Ad- Vance Mo which consisted of tho post office theater and eight stores was completely destroyed by fire The president and Mrs Roosevelt gave a dinner at the white house In honor of the diplomatic corps The table was set In tho state dining room and covers were laid for 69 persons Two services In memory ot tie late President William R Harper of the University of Chicago were held In New York tho morn important being hold at Columbia university at which addresses were delivered by President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton and President Nicholas Murray Butler of ColumbiaBusiness failures In the United States In the week ending January 11 number 286 against 220 the previous week 295 In the like week of 19CS 315 In 1904 and 234 in 1003 Dr Thomas M Owen commander chief of the Sons of Confederate Vet erans announced that tho reunion of the order will be held lu Now Orleans April 25 26 and 27 The international CIgarmakers union has declared the strike of the Key West 10111 clganhakqra oft and work In the factories will bo resumed at once The strike has been on near ly two months I AN INSURANCE BILL It Provides For Federal Control ol tile Business It Defines Policies as Instrumental tits of Commerce and Makes Pro vision For a ControllerIt Will Correct Many Evils Washington Jan 1C Senator Dry den bus revised his bill contemplating govornment control of Insurance and will relntroduco It In the senate Ho has followed very close tho Investiga tion bolng conducted by tho Now Yorlc legislative committee and this has aided him In perfecting his measure until now he expresses tho belief that It will correct practically all of the Insurance evils exposed by the New York Inquiry Publicity Is tho keynote of the bill and coupled with this are safeguards for the detection of wrong doing and the punishment of those so offending It defines policies or Insurance contracts as Instrumentalities of com inoroo and provides for the rogula Uon of the business through tho me Blum of a controller of Insurance and along linos similar to the control ox orcUed over national banks The au thor says ho believes this will go far toward meeting the objections of thoso who have questioned the constitution al possibilities of federal regulation of Insurance The senator says the bill has the endorsement of the president administration officials eminent con stliutlonal lawyers In and out of congress and others who are familiar with Us general features as coming nearer to meeting the demands of tho situation than any of the other numerous pending measures Senator Dryden has long been a champion of federal regulation JOINT STATEHOOD A Proposal For a Referendum In Arl Izona and New Mexico Rejected Washington Jan 15There have been some conferences among tho statehood Insurgents and one of their leaders Insisted that there was no signor weakening among them and ex pressed confidence of success One suggestion of a compromise on this bill has been made to provide for tho referendum which would allow the voters of Arizona and New Mexico to decide whether or not there should ba a joint statehood This was rejected by the house leaders as untenable and- a radical departure from the position of the house in the last congress and the desire of a majority of the republican majority in the present house The desire for a compromise as stat ed by a prominent republican mem ber who has not been active on either side either on the Philippine bill or the statehood bill was because of the trained relation between the republ- iCAns end the feeling which Is be coming more bitter as the tight goes on At the same time he did not seo much hope of any compromise at tho present time- BATTLE IN SAN DOMINGO Several Generals on Both Sides Were Either Killed or Wounded Cape Haytlen Haytl Jan 15 A sanguinary and what probably will prove to be the final battle has taken place near Quayubln between the troops of Gen Caceres the temporary president of Santo Domingo and the Insurgents The former were victori ous Several generals on both sides were killed or wounded Tho gunboat Indopepdencla which recently wont over to the Insurgents Intends on the advice of former Presi dent Morales to return to Santo Do imago and surrender It tho government will guarantee tho safety of Its officers and crew FRENCH CHARGE RECALLED Diplomatic Relations Between France and Venezuela Broken Off Caracas Thursday Jan 11 via Port of Spain Trinidad Jan 15The Venezuelan government having con tinued to abstain from renewing rela tions with Franco through M Ttilgny tho French charge daffaires Mr Rus sell the American minister yesterday Wednesday afternoon delivered a note to Venezuela on behalfof Franco severing relations between the two countries Tho archives and Interests of France remain In tho hands of Mr Russell M Talgny has been recalled Communication byway of the French Cable Cos line is prohibited and dispatches must be sent by way of tho Island of Trinidad Marshall Fields Condition Worse New York Jan l5The condition of Marshall Field of Chicago who has been 111 for several days at a hotel In this city Is worse The pneumonia Is not yielding to treatment and the patient Is greatly exhausted Three Children Cremated Winnipeg Man Jan 15ln a Ira which destroyed the farm residence of If A Brazil In the Portage la Prairie district three children were cremated and the parents narrowly escaped with their lives The homo was totally destroyed The Moroccan Conference Algeclras Spain Jan 15Tbo Mo roocan conference will convene hero January 1C It Is to settle the dlsputo between Germany and France Eleven European countries and tho Unite Stiles will send representatives SiTE NEWS ITEMS f IIN THE LEGISLATURE The Kentucky Solons Are After the Express Companies Frankfort Jan 10Tuesday was certainly bill day In the legislature for 143 house bills and 33 senate bills were dumped Into tho hopper A lIrenumber of house and senate bills wore exact duplicates and Introduced In both bodies In order to hasten their consideration Tho most important bills wore as follows Requiring tele phone companies to connect their wires with rival companies extend ing tho separate coach tau to street cars and IntorurUin reads prohibit- Ing betUcg bjr my one In any form on a horse race or other tost of speed In this state requiring all proprietary medicines to print the formula on the package or bottle and an act requiring railroad companies to erect stations every four miles All these bills will call forth much opposition and their passage will be fought to the end Tho contest committee In IL H Sims against Senator McNutt from Louis vlllo decided In favor of McNutt demFrankfort Jan 11Senator Henry George Is after the express companies as he thinks they have been charging exorbitant rates In this state Ho In troduced bill in tho senate to regulate the charges and to place said companies under control of tho state railroad commission on the same foot Ing as railroads now are At the joint session of tho senate and house Judge Thomas H Paynter was declared elected United States senator to succeed J C S Blackburn but another ballot will bo taken next Tuesday ow ing to the ambiguity In the law In the senate Senator Durnam presented a petition from W T Hasklns and others asking that a high school be established In every county in the stale to be paid for by tho counties Representative Claybrookc of Wash ington offered a joint resolution au thorizing the state librarian to purchase 400 copies of the official manual one to be furnished each member of both houses each county clerk lathe state the state officials and to the librarian of every state in the union In exchange for a copy of a similar book Tho first thing in the house was a joint resolution introduced by Repre sentative Gabbard making the goldenrod the state flower Frankfort Jan 12The old county unit local option bill was introduced In the senate by Senator Cammack which provides that If the whole county votes dry at the same time then the precincts that voted wet shall go with the majority and remain dry but It the whole county goes wet then those precincts that are already dry shall remain dry It will cause the same old hard fight as In former years for the liquor men are opposing the bill Senator Harbe son offered a bill to Increase the pay of the state railroad commissioners and adding to the present overworked clerical force By resolution the house fixed Janu ary 30 as Goebel Memorial day and a committee authorized to select an orator and arrange a proper program Representative Overstreet submitted a petition largely signed asking for the repeal of the law against net fishing and asking for a law to protect fish A concurrent resolution urging the senators and representatives from Kentucky In congress to use their eP forts to secure Improvements In the waterways of the state was offered by Representative Oabbard of Owsley J T Morris of Oldham presented a petition from tho Inmates of the Kentucky Confederate home asking that the legislation providing for pensions be favorably acted upon Frankfort Jan 13Doth oodles of tho general assembly had short ser alone Friday and the Introduction of new bills was the feature The contest case of Biirbour and Howell against Young dom from Bath and Rowan was decided In favor of Young by the house The case of Meng TS Griffln from Allen county was decided In favor of Grlflln the sitting mem her who Is a republican Tho t committees having had no tuna to er bills nothing could hi dona Id the way of legislation so both branches of the legislature adjourned till Mon day The neW statehoUso commission ers met with tho senate and house committees en public buildings and discussed the needs and the proposed changes In the new capItol building but no definite steps were taken Architect Andrews will meet with tho committees next week and go over the whole matter in detail as to what Is best to be done and the amount acces sary to do IL- Natural Gas Is Ready ML Sterling Ky Jan laTho Con tral Kentucky Natural Gas Oo Is nbw ready for business Within u week 150 homoa will be using the gas from Menlfee county It will probably bo piped to Louisville and Cincinnati from Lexington which will be reach ed February 1- Home For Epileptics Louisville Ky Jan 15Au Institu tion for the care and treatment ofthe 5000 epileptics In Kentucky 4s the sub ject of a bill which will be Introduced in the state senate by Laban Pbltps The move Is advocated by Dr M H Yoaman superintendent of the Central Kentucky lunatic asylum New Kentucky Bank Lelxngton Ky Jan 15 Articles of incorporation for a now state bank and trust company with a capital stock of 600000 which will be a mer ger of the Central bank and the Na tional Exchange tank will be filed with the secretary of state Dying Mn Confessed Hopklnsvlllo Ky Jan 15Ohio Cray 30 died from a shotgun wound self infllnted received several days Ago and supposeiluio have been an ac cldcnti Just before death he confers ed it was Inflicted with suicidal Intent IFROM MIDDLESBORO The Recall of Militia Recommended By Col Roger D Williams Lexington Ky Jan 1Capt O W Albrecht who had charge of the company of militia In Mlddleeboro dur- Ing the reign of terror In Bell county through the alleged depredations of the gang of outlaws headed by Frank Boll Is here to consult with Col flog or D Williams regarding the future of the company He reported that quiet ruled In Dell county since the surrender of Ball last weok Col Williams will communicate with Coy Deckham and advise that the company be recall ed from duty The examining trial of Frank Ball will take place at Plncville this week The defendant says he will titlUddlollborokilled TRIED TO BREAK JAIL A Woman Confederate Smuggled tho Dynamite It Is Said Barboursvllle Ky Jan ISAn ate tempt was made to blow up tho KnoX county jail but the plan was frustrat od and comparatively slight damage was done Ono charge of dynamite was exploded In a corner of the first floor but was not sufficient to tear out tho wall Before other charges could bo set off tho Jailor and deputies were on the scene Three prisoners from Leslie county one convicted for life and one from Laurel county sent up for 21 years are thought to be thAt ringleaders A largo quantity ot dynai mite diamond saws and files were found A woman confederate Is be lieved to have smuggled thorn In the Jail IFOUR MEN ARRESTED Two Moonshine Raids Made By fHIg nlte and His Posse London Ky Jan 16u G His nlte deputy collector of BorbouravHle and a posse composed of C W Sprowle J F Golden Will Messmore Robert Smith and George Smith arrived here from two successful moon shine raids and brought with them Jesse Parker John Hubbard S A Taylor alleged moonshiners who will be tried January 22 Parker and Hub bard wero captured on Hunting Shirt creek In Knox county near Barbour ville At Black Water near nero the- y posse nabbed the Taylor brotMrlf GETS LifE SENTENCE William H York Found Guilty of Kill Ing His Brother Lawrencoburg Ky Jan 1WU llam H York 68 was given a life sen tense for the murder of his brother James R aged 75 James Bast was given a similar sentence for alleged complicity In the crime several weeks ago The Yorks are wealthy farmers and It Is said William was displeased over the giving away of money fry his elder brother For a Medical College Lexington Ky Jan 13 President James K Patterson of the Kentucky State college appeared before tfco Fayette county fiscal court and aske4 that body to aPPrP l0000 os 112000 for the purpose oferect1nRaf medical college In connect lea with thft State college Charted With Burglary Richmond Ky Jan138am Smith of Waco just discharged roar the United States army and ca route home from the Philippines was arrest ed hero charged with burglary White waiting for a train it Is alleged he broke Into the grocery of W T Edwards Brakeman Terribly Mangled Cynthlana Ky Jan 12 Edward Long 22 unmarried a brakeman oa an L t N freight train while swltcav Ing cars caught his foot in the frog off a switch Before he could remove a train backed over him cutting his body lengthwise In two pieces and cutting off his head and both legs To Revise HardWood Prices Louisville Ky Jan 1STbo Hard Wood Manufacturers association of tho United States will meet In annual session here Tuesday Tnere will bo 15Q delegates present The business before tho association will bo the elec tion of officers and revision of the price list To Choke Off Uncle Tom Louisville Ky Jan 1J1be United Daughters of the Confederacy will pro sent a memorial to tho Kentucky legis lature Insisting that a law be enacted preventing tho presentation ot the play of Uncle Tom In all towns and cities within the state Officer Shot Himself Louisville Ky Jan 15Lieut Dnalel McAuliffe of the Lcmls villa police force probably fatally shot him self through the abdomen at his hornet It Is supposed that he was cleaning his pistol when the weapon was acci dentally discharged A Merchants Potion Louisville Ky Jan 16UotBrocknian a prominent witelxtaid- merchant Is dead as the vc JUtt of drinking an ounce of carbolic acid U U supposed to be sulcltta lib had been III with the grip ioVWDJ tex SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings fiat Oc cnrrcd During the fast Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events In the United State and Foreign Countrlea Condensed For the Busy ReaderCrimea- and Casualties New From Congress The recent forcible removal from tho white house of Mrs Minor Mot m WM made the subject of omphaUi denunciation by Mr Tinman In the sonata on the 17tb Ills remarks call od out remonstrances and led to Ue try at rapt closing of the doors and the MJ lon adjournment ot the son ate in the middle ot the afternoon Senator Tlllinau introduced a repo Intion directing an Investigating Into the rexuoval ot MM Minor Morris front 1h white house It was prompt Iy taste I Tho house jnusod a bill providing fur Uio heal disposition ot the affuir of the five civilised tribes tn the Indian Territory In rriponse to the Sulser resolution paaaed by the ttotiea Secretary Mst calf of the department of common rod liHir tent to the house the ra IKirt or Special Immigrant iBepeotoi Marcos Draun Mr Braun declare that lie has unoonlrovortable evtdenoi that while tho number of aliens ship pot to tills country who are legal iQtilmlssteU because of disease la tut minUhlng Immigrants Inadmlaelbh for other reasons ato ooRMontly bI- n brought Into the country In large numbers The bars committee on appropria tion reported an urgent deficiency bll A provision In the Mil dlreoti that the elghUhour law ball not ap ply In the eonoiruetlon ot the Panama canal or on the oanal aona Reform In the matter of making de ficiency appropriations oeltoted the Mute an Ute loth and the entire Ume of th lire awl a quarter hour tel etun WM devoted to IU dlaoHoaton with the exception of a short speech fur free hidw M cellineout News Items Marshall Field ot Chlcw million mire merchant and a leads la the dry goods trade of the werUI died at the Holland house New York after a- nItlnoefl over more than a vreeb bagJeulHg wlck A UaJ cold and developing quickly Into pneumonia which affected both lungs Mr Fled as W yran oM Mr Field waa with out QU5I m the greatest and most luccriful merchant of hla general lo and he wu one of the world rtdmen br wfwlth beta estimated at anywhre from 100000 W to 100 0000M The navy department approved the eetenitj ot the geaeral eoartttmrUal In the re of MUlihlpmaR Worth Wright Foster ot New Aleany I ml and MlUxhlptnan Peterwon herb Mar soul of Peneaoata Pta who were re cently convloted ot hexing MKtaMiHMn Oharloa M James of GrimieU Ja member of saeatMl class wa served with A charge of hating The ebargt Is supported by eight spec InlGtlOIIL Philadelphia In which Donjamln Franklin spent most ot his long and useful life fittingly commemorated the 200th anniversary of the birth ot the great philosopher Miss Dn per daughter of wealthy people attending a wedding reception at Mobile Ala was almost burned to death She stepped on a match that Ignited and set hot cloth- Ing on era Sven persons all memoers of tho family of Charles Ayers are suppov od to have perished In a fire which destroyed Ayers farm house near Pembroke N H Assuming that John G Brady gov ornor of Alaska proposes to resign his office W T Perkins ot Nomo has been recommended strongly for ap pointment aa governor of tho tcrri tory M Clement Armand Fnllleres presi dent of the Fronch senate baa been elected president of tho French repub lie to succeed M Loubet whoso term expires February 18 Tho vote wai M Falllcroi 449 M Doumor presi dent of tho ohambor ot deputies 371 lre ldent elect Falltoros of Franco la being overwhelmed with telegrams of congratulations from rulers foreign matosmon and colleagues Two mon were Instantly killed an other Is missing believed to bo burled under the debris and a fourth fatally scalded as tho recuR of a headon col lision between a northbound through freight and a switch engine on tho Seaboard Air Line at MIna Ga near Atlanta At tho whlto houso a statement on tho declaration of Jacob A nils that President Roosevelt ought to bo will- Ing to take a third term to fight the money power was refused Miss Viola Alton tho actress and Peter Duryea the millionaire Ken tucky turfman have boon secretly man and wife for moro than five months Tho first lynching of tho year In MltnlMlppl and tho second Jn the United States took place In Simpson county A young negro accused ot attacking a white school girl was tho victim A statement given out by tho Dank ors committee Investlgatlngtho affairs of Prior bonlson Sc Co Cleveland 0 Is as follows Tho total liabilities In eluding all forgeries aggregate approximately 3000000 and there are valid assets either In tho hands of the flan or up aa collateral of about one and a halt million This total of 3000000 Includes about one trillion ot asairta and liabilities In tho Boston and Cleveland bond departments that have not heretofore been taken Into account Acting on Information that Lolam W Prior made a great many of the target losses in the stock market white trading In a Cleveland brokerage house a number ot tho creditors of the firm of Denison Prior k Co have started an Investigation to see It there Is any way by whloh a part of the mono can bo recovered Tho misers convention organized n wage scab committee That an Increase In wages will be the prinojpa feature ot tho report of tho scale com mlttee Is no longer In doubt and there la very little doubt among tho majo Ity of the delegates that their rcquoati for more money will bo readily oon ceded by tho operators A oommlttee from the anthracite noel regions held a conference with a committee of the miners national con vmtton It la thought that the former desires the support of the bituminous miners In their coming demands on the anthracite operators An Increase of the wages of coal miners equivalent to the reduction oc wilted by tile United Mine Workers at the Joint wage conference of 1904 la the proposition which the operator are expected to defend In tho JoInt conference to convene in Indianapolis Renewed oaucmrinjc among tho dele Sates to tho United Mine Workers convention from tho anthracite ooal mining regions Indicates that thoro It to tie another and moro determined effort to Inject tho anthracite quoa lion Into tho deliberations of the dote tales The national hoard of trade In con ventkin In Washington with delegates representing commercial bodies In all the principal cities of tho country wont on record against tbo presidents railroad rile policy Former Gov James II Peabody his rtfd and their dnngbter were poisoned by food eaten at breakfast at Canyon City Cot and the daitehtar Miss Cora Panbody II In a dangerous eon lltloM as a remit Thero la a mys tery urrounalpR the CUlt Oov Vardemans whipping of a no gro convict employed as a trusty round the executive mansion which la to be given a thorough probing by the jtenltenUary taveetlgattng committee of the MletleelpH legislature causes a aeMttton Reports carrot that Senator Dopew Is In a critical nomlltton at his home in New York are dented diaries C auldlng Wi ne4iew sold Depewi iondlllon Is not at all serious James R Hsreerd said by the po Pee to he the chief of a pt ot ootsn erfelterfl was arrested at his home In Denver Cot lies Trees birthday was observed generally at AugMita Ga Business jraetlcally was suspended Business failures In the United States for the week ending January JB number 174 against ISO the prevl oils week 304 In till like week of 1906 IIIG In 1M4 and 263 In 1903 All ot tho 18 bodies havo been rq overed from tho Detroit mines on PaInt Creek W Va the seen of the lust explosion The men except one wore found at their places of work showing that the explosion camo without warning Luke E Wright of Tennessee tOy error general of the Philippines Is to bo the first ambassador to Japan If the senate approves tho nomination which President Roosevelt will submit to It Henry C Ide will succeed Mr Wright as governor general until ho cftlgns Juno 1 James F Smith of California a member of tho Philip ilno commission will succeed to the fllcc of governor general Members ot tho Iowa senate unanimously placed themselves on record as opposed to the legal execution ot Mrs Tolls the Now Jersey woman condemned to dlo for murder Bishop John C Keener of tho Southern M B church 87 died at New Orleans unexpectedly of heart failure Tho advisability of dyeing cavalry horses some neutral tint or aoroenlng them with light canvas trappings In offer to Insure their Invisibility from tho enemy Is a subject which a Gor man special military commission Is now Investigating The Chinese boycott ot American goods has not shown any signs of abatement In the Straits Settlement despite President Roosevelts asur nces that stops Wore being taken to modify tho present stringent Immigration laws ot America In spite of all tho efforts of tho gov rnmcnt to assure them that there Is not tho slightest reason to fear that the Algeolrai conference will bo tot towed by war the peoplo of Alsace Lorraine are In a stato ot excitement bordering on frenzy John F Stevens chief engineer of the Isthmian canal commission was elected vice president and director of the Panama Railroad Co to fill the place made vacant by tho resignation ot former Chief Engineer J E Wai laceA are with a monetary loss of about 1BOOOO completely destroyed tho old market house ono of Pittsburgh most famous landmarks Several other buildings woro destroyed Simon C Nelson of Brooklyn was killed and 12 persons injured in an accident on tho Fulton street elevated mUll Now York The Venezuelan agent in Paris M Maubourguet has been handed his passports and officially notified by the French government to leave French soil within 24 hours This Is practically a declaration of wur Or dore were Issued for the two protected cruisers Joan Dart and Chasseloup Laubet to be fitted out at once and dispatched to Join tho French Atlantic squadron now at Martinique wIth steam up and decks cleared for action Three French warships are now off the Venezuelan coast prepared to deliver the answer of Franco to Presi dent Castros treatment ot lit Talgny the French representative at Caracas by a naval demonstration In Vonozue Ian waters Two additional warship will Join them as soon as thoy cue make the trip across tho Atlantic It appears to be certain that tho French government tins resolved to take no notion with regard to Vane zuela until tho report of M Talgny the late charge daffaires at Caracas reaches the foreign office The Venezuelan government Is ac tively engaged In garrisoning the ports of the republic and furnishing the troops with supplies Friends at Woosler 0 had a lottei from Mrs Grace Taggert dated High land Park III showing the noted di vorcee Is not Iti Europe On the ground that Mrs Taggari has become In contempt ot common pleas court In taking their two chil dren from within the slate of Ohio attorneys for Capt Taggart filed a petition to compel Mrs Tnggnrt to bring the two boys back Into the state and to surrender them to their fa therMaJ Gen Leonard Wood will suc coed MnJ Gen CorbIn In command ot tho military division of the Philippines on February 1 MaJ Gen Cor bin will leave on February 2 for Hong Kong sailing thence for San Francisco on February 9 Tho protected cruiser Denver which has been temporarily detached from the fifth division of the Atlantic fleet has sailed from Culobra for San Juan Tho Denver will bo detached In West Indian waters for the present await ing tho turn of events In Vouezuela At Pralrlo Du Chien Wls Herman Larson shot LoWe Bean his sweetheart three times William Gallor an other suitor once and her mother Then he pressed the weapon against his own breast and fired Larson will die Hut the others are expected to re sever Seven men were killed by a snow slide at the mining camp at Alta UtahLindsay Cooper an aeronaut of Clarinda 0 traveling with a carnival show exhrtHUng at Wtolfe City Tax fell from his balloon at that place a distance of 2000 riot and waaMnstant Iy kilted F R Crimes oxstate treasurer of Kansas notified Coy Hpch that ho would willingly waive the statute ot limitations and pay overy cent ot tho Jloged shortage found covering his administration of the office Mrs Chas Dybee of Lander Wyo gave birth to tho smallest baby of reo ont In tile western steles It is n girl and weighs only ono and onefourth pounds and Is lees than nine Inches toll Mrs Chnuncey M Dopow who Is In Cannes dfnloa the report that she has separated from hor husband Harvey D Hurd of Chicago attar coy and author of legal text books Is dead ot paralysis James D Walker a prominent cotton manufacturer and one ot the wealthiest mon In Augusta Ga dropped lead Mr Walker was a former coun oilman and former president ot the chamber of commerce- A fire of unknown origin completely destroyed the McFeely Brick Co at Latrobe Pa Loss 100000 Fire destroyed the sheep dip plant at Richmond Va of tho LaldlowMcKetl Co of Scotland Loss about 60000 covered by Insurance Walter Carczlalys a saloon keeper was shot and killed by robbers In bis saloon In Chicago Six valuable race horses were In ilnorated In a fire which destroyed the stables at the race track at Mason City la Jack Quinn who had charge ot the stables endeavored to aavelho animals and was probably fatally burned M A flro occurred In the plant of the Baltimore Chrome works Probably nohalf ot tho extensive plant cover- Ing about a city block has been destroyed Loss 100000 One burglar was killed and another fatally wounded at Desplaln a sub betweendetectiveswestern railroad and five mono The Brotherhood ot Carpenters and Joiners and the Amalgamated Wood workers International union will at tempt to adjust their differences of tour years standing Tho last of the six bodies burled by the snow slide at Alta Utah have been recovered At a meeting of Hebrews In Baltimore funds wero raised for the purpose of buying arms for the peasants and working men In Russia News was received by Adm McCall from the secretary of the navy at Mare Island that Ensign Wade U SN had been acquitted on all the charges In connection wlththe lien tngton disaster and has boon costar cd to duty The Duke of Manchester who mar nod Helena Zimmerman ot Cincinnati has been appointed captain of King Edwards body guard of Yeo mon pt tho Guard J C Beattyo bank at Elwood 111 was blown by robbers during the night and 1000 token supposedly by QI men who escaped MONROEDOCTRINES- The United States Convinced of Frances Loyalty to It The French Government Will Be GIv- en a Free Hand In the Execution of the Solution of the Vene zuelan Problem Washington Jan 22 Convinced or tho sincerity of the assurances recelv ed from France regarding her loyalty to Uio Monroe doctrine and all that It Involves the Washington government bat given the Paris government a freehand In the execution of the program for the solution of tho Venezuela problem The conference on this phase of the question occurred sometime ago and Mr Jusserand the French ambassador has final assur once that the efforts of France to oh tain diplomatic treatment for her charge daffaires at Caracas will not be Interrupted at Washington as In any way viokitlve of tho Monroe do o trineThe first move in the execution ot the French program may be expected at any time but on this point the Pronsh government is observing the strictest secrecy the orders to the squadron going direct from Paris and not through the embassy hone M Talgny the retiring French charge who it is believed is now at Curacao will como to this country on his way home and on his arrival at Now York he will find an Invitation from the French ambassador at Washington to spDBu several days hero In conference in order that M Jusserand on whom tho burden of an important phase ot the Venezuelan negotiations naturally falls may havo tho benefit of tho facts about the situation The whereabouts of the Foncl ships remain a mystery so far as UK officials of the state department and French embassy are concerned It is stated PANIC IN A CHURCH Eighteen Persons Killed and Probably Half a Hundred Injured Philadelphia Jan 22 Eighteen per eons were Ullloil and probably half a hundred Injured In a panic following tho cry of Fire In St Pauls colored Isv tlst church Tho services wore being held on the second floor of the building A defective fluo sot flro to the chimney causing smoke to Issue through the crevices In the floor neat the pulpit The room was wolf filled with people at the time the cry ol Fire and coupled with tho sight of smoke threw the congregation Into II panicA rush was rondo for the stain despite the efforts ot Rev F W John son the pastor to allay the fears ol the frensled people All wanted to get ont at once and men women and children alike were knocked down and trampled upon by those pushing from behind Tho disaster occurred whllo a col lection was being taken up Tho pas tor hat Just concluded his sermon the toxt of which was Why Sit tloro Until We DIoT THE WARM WAVE High Temperature In Region Betweft Mississippi and Atlantic Coast Washington Jan 22IA warm wave which scores the highest record In temperature since 1890 prevailed Sun day throughout tho region between tho Mississippi valley and the Atlantic coast Us crest was in Ohio where the temperatures Sunday afternoon us reported to the weather bureau ranged from 70 to 74 degrees South of the Ohio river it was less warm because ot heavy rains and thundershowers Thunder storms also pre Tailed in Tennessee Mississippi Ali ama and Northwest Georgia A cold wavo which developed In the west la rapidly following the warm wave VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA Mrs Margaret Gillespie Mother of James GillespIe II Dead Rising Sun Ind Jan 22 Mrs Mar garot Glllesple mother of James GUI lesple who is now serving a life sen cnco In the penitentiary at Michigan CIty for the murder of his slater Ellz abeth died of pneumonia at her homo In this city Mrs Glllesple has been telling since the murder of her daugh ter pad more rapidly since tho trial and conviction of her son James She went to and from tho courthouse In a Carriage when compelled to be present during tho trial Hague Representatives Named Washington Jon 22 Secretary Root announced that the American representatives to the approaching conference to bo held at The Hague will bo Joseph H Choate exambassa dor to England Horace Porter exam awador to France and Judge Roso ot Little Rock Arid To Save the Frigate Constitution Washington Jan 22A petition signed by 30000 citizens of Maasachu- tta was presented xto tho president opposing the recommendation of Sec rotary Bonaparte that the old frigate lonstituUon either be broken up or made an object for target pracUce The Battleship Kentucky Now York Jan 22Tho battleship Kentucky which was damaged in cal slon with the battleship Alabama In this harbor and since that Ume has been under repairs at the lirooklya avy yard jetted forHomjtea Roads 0lSTATE ITEMS OF INTEREST KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY First Bill To Past the House lo For a Judge In Kenton County Frankfort Jan 18For the second and final time Judge Thomas IL Payn ter was declared elected to the United States senate Wednesday and made n speech In the legislature accepting tin honor He does not take his seat until March 4 1D07 Senator Ward In troduced a bill In the sonata Wednes day providing that all primary oleo lions of all political parties for all of flees must be held on the last Saturday In July each year The object Is to do away with so many elections I Senator lIar eson offered a very important bill which provides that all applicants for appointment as notary public most stand an examination touching their qualifications to take acknowledgments to dee s and ether I valuable documents The following hue were Introduced lfulcahyloII penalty of from one to three years for carrying concealed weapons By Mr O S WilsonTo prohibit mining com ponies from conducting general stores By Mr Alverson Authorizing court clerks to Issue license to carry con 200Isolved not to allow bills to bo Intro duced except on Tuesday und Fri daysFrankfort Jan 19The first bill to pass either legislative body was passel by the house and It was Roproson tatlvo Arnetts bill or rather two bills creating another circuit Judge for Ken ton county But for the vote of Rep resentittlve Bourne of Henry tie bills would have passed unanimously Sen ator Allens motion to have the un usual delay In printing bills Investigated was adopted and Senators AI len and Do Haven appointed to ask for an explanation The house resoluUon urging con gress to vote appropriations to Im prove the waterways of Kentucky was adopted with an amendment by Senator Porter to Include the dredging ol Bear creek in Edraonson county and en extra lock and dam near Mammoth Cave Tho senate committee on statutes at Its meeting decided to report favorably Senator Ectons bill raisins the age of consent In females from 12 to in years Also Ectons bill pro viding that in a seduction caso where tho man marries the girl If he deserts her In three years he Is mill liable to prosecution for seduction Also Ectons bill providing that where a divorce Is granted on ground of aban donment for a year tho patty In fault shall not be permitted to marry with in three years legislatureiladafter accomplishing a very small amount of work adjourned till Man Cov1Ingtonbill in the house fashioned after the Indiana statute on the same subject while Senator Bennett of Ohio coun ty offered a bill In the senate requIr- Ing the campaign or auditing commit tee of each political party to keep a strict account of all money received and expended In every election and requiring all candidates to make sworn statements as to what their campaign expenses were Frank M Androws the Ohio architect who is building tho now stotehouse address ed a Joint meeting of tho house and senate by request and urged the necessity of an appropriation to furnish anti fit up tho new building otter It is completed He said there is no omy or patriotism In placing 000 Into a bare building and 10001 ting It stand In a weed field steps or driveways to It and without heat light water or furniture to make It habitable A Peculiar Accident Lexington Ky Jan 20Miko Dowd night watchman at the Fayctte county courthouse fell down the steps while entering the engine room fracturing tide skull Several matches In his pocket Ignited and set his clothing on fire and when found by Engineer Tolliver ho was a mass of flames By turning a hose on the flro It inns ex tinguished and Dowd was sent to tho hospital whore a trephining operation was necessary Thtt Warmest Ever In January Mt Sterling Ky Jan 22Sunday was tho warmest day In January ever felt here the thermometer registering 78 degrees Doctors state that the present weather Is a breeder of dis ease A light rain has cooled tho at mosphere to some extent Lincolns Birthday Frankfort Ky Jan 20The gen oral assembly of Kentucky will de clare February 12 next tho blrtlfday of President Lincoln a holiday and appropriately observe same Denny Wayne county offered a resolution to this effect In the house Kentucky Gusher Bought Barboursvlllo Ky Jan 22 Colum bus 0 capitalists have purchased the famous Cordcr gusher In Wayne county with 1200 acres of leases for 40000 and havo organized the Kentucky Oil and Gas Co Found Dead In His Store Fulton Ky Jan 22T1 S Morris a wealthy merchant was found dead In his stqre by the clerks who found the doors bolted at opening time The ury gives a verdict of death front ap iplexy There are some indications of suicide Capt Lundy Shot Owenstoro Ky Jan 22Capt 0 Lundy of tht United States army acohlQlItnllyII a dangerous wound In the theist The uoctora have hopes of W recovery BULLET FROM A FLOBERT It Pierced the Head of a LifeLong Friend of Gov Goebel Covington Ky Jan 22 Seatod Ul- an a chair In the squalid little shack whore he hod lived for years on 13th street nenr Garrard avenue John Maya one of the most unique charac tern in tho city was found doad A Flobert rifts bullet which had entered the back of his head and passed hlaIboarder was found beneath tho aged mans bOlt but so far tho police have been unahlo to securo any traco of tho murderer Coroner Tarvln hold an In quest and ordered the police to arrest Edward Emerson aged 32 years tho boarder at tho Mays shack and thE owner of tho rifle Always eccentric and peculiar he had but few friends and one of these tho friend who never deserted him was tho lato Coy William Goebol whom ho had known from childhood and whom he had often held on his knee for hours telling him tales of the great world as ho had read of it Later he loaned many ot his books to tho ambitious young man and the friendship cemented then last ed until the assassination ot Gov Coo bel ROPE ENDED HIS LIFE Wm Vandatsen Hanged In Loulsvlll For the Murder of His Mistress Louisville Ky Jan2oWm Van dalsen who murdered his mistress washanged In the Jail yard here He- met his fate bravely He was pronounced dead sven minutes after the drop fell The Jail physician who was present said his neck was broken Vandal n did not appear nervous as he mounted the steps of the doath machine Before the black cap was ad Justed the executioner asked him It he had anything to say Ho gazed upon the small crowd of spectators before him and acknowledged ho com mlttecd the deed for which ho was about to pay the extreme penalty of the law but protested that he did it In selfdefense Vandalsen murdered his paramour Miss Fannie Porter Inn room above a saloon on Green street September 19 1904 BARONESS VON ROQUES SUIT Several Depositions Taken Against Col Armstrong In Lexington Ky Lexington Ky Jan 19 Depositions In the suit of Baroness Caroline Von Roques of Germany against Col David W Armstrong of New York were taken hero Thursday The deponents were Judge Matt Walton Charles H Stoll and Arthur Gary president ot the Lexington Eastern railroad The suit Is to recover money claimed to be due her from Cot Armstrong who represented her In disposing ot some lands in this state Baroness Von Roques Is the mother of Mrs FloMticc Maybrick A CASE OF SUICIDE J B Nixon Found Dead With a Bulte Hole Through His Heart Henderson Ky Jan 19The body of J B Nixon with a bullet hole through the heart was found In a hotel here It Is believed to have been a case of suicide In his satchel wore found life and accident policies call ing for 31000 and a clipping from the Now Orleans Picayune giving a story of tho robbing and burning of a store in Pcnsacoa Fla last Decem ber Sentenced For Life Catlottsburg Ky Jan 22Arthur France colored was sentenced to prison for life Ho is the third of the trio implicated In the murder ot Chas Jenkins a colored saloonkeeper of Ashland Ky on November 6 last His pals C Harris and Harry Green also colored were sentenced last week New Kentucky Road Evansville Ind Jan 22The new railroad leading from Providence Ky to Wheatcroft Ky has been coinplet ed and cars will be running in a abort time The road connects with the Illinois Central and tho Louisville lashvillo railroads High Temperature In Louisville Louisville Ky Jan 22The remarkably high temperature which broke all previous January records Saturday when tho mercury stood at 73 was continued Sunday The highest temperature registered Sunday was 72 degrees Carnahan Scored High Newport Ky Jan 22The Northern Kentucky Gun club held an Inter eating shoot at the East Newport park The high score was made by Mr Car nahan of Paris 0 Oun club who broke 98 out of 100 birds First Foal of the Season Lexington Ky Jan 22Iho first foal of tho season has arrived at tho Hamburg stud of J E Madden the young race mare Linda Lee by Hamburg dam Myrtle Harkhesn by Strath more dropped a bay colt by imp Pla nudes Big Sale of Tobacco Louisville Ky Jan 22Tito feature In tobacco during tho past week was thQ sale ot 2000 huds nl Cretin river leaf to the Imperial Tobacco Co Tho sales amounted to about 230000 but the exact figures Vvq nol ttvvi given Eastern Kentucky News fto correspondence pubashed unless sinned In tan by tile writer Tilt Das le Dot for psbncadoa hilt as II evidence of rood tdth Writ pbiely- Ml t1 J t I J J I I I I I I II I I J I I I J I I I MADISON COUNTY MOTH Jan 1GOur Sunday School at this place is doing good workwith Mr floss as SuperintendentOur public school at this place closed Friday Mr Creekmore our teacher gays quite an entertainment with speeches and singing by the pupils a treat to all present Your cor respondent visited the Sunday School at Hickory plains last Sunday Leonard Garrett has moved to Rich mond whero he will run a tobacco factoryMr 0 P Jackson late a student of Berea College gave a lecture to the Sunday School at Valley View last Sunday subject Temp erance Mr Jackson has been teach ing penmanship there for tho last two VeeksWe are having plenty of rain snow and mud in this locality G W Moody of Paint Lick has moved to his farm at Kingston best known as the Whitfield Moody residenceMay Jackson has just returned from a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Jennie Brown in Garrard County WUIACETON Jan 13 Richard Sopor and him ily moved to the Sam Corkoran farm last Wednesday on the Cartersville 1BndPaintlick PikeG B Gabbard lost three nice cattle in the lasta few days with something like bloody murrain and S W Wylie has lost ffive but they think the rest of their are all right uowSidney Crowther moved to Felix Estridges place last Wednesday known as the old Lucas farm Hogs are scarce in this part of the country every body seems to be wanting hogsWill Stoo acd family moved to Berea last Friday Mr Stoes children will at tend Berea College this winter I George Tisdale Sr who has been sick is slowly improvingCharley Gaffnoy and wife and little son Ross who have been visiting Mrs Gaffneys father and mother Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard returned to their home in Illinois last Friday Pearl Brockman has gone to live with her grandfather and grand mother Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard Binam Pitts and family have moved into the Wallace property recently occupied by Jack KiddMr Roberts has bought and moved to the Jessie Kinnard property in Wal lacetonRabbit hunting seems to be the go at Wallaceton Uncle Crit Caldwall has hunted two days and killed four rabbits IIAKTX Jan 15We were pleasanUyen tertained Sunday evening by a friend f Mr Dalb Waddle of Rockford Frank Jones got married January 11 John Becknell has gone to Red Lick to work We wish him luck and a profitable jobA C Hart is getting ready to go to Florida and J W Lake to Massachusetts Wil lie Purkey called on his best girl Sunday Little George tho baby of Yrs Polly Davis has been very sick Katie Lake was pleasantly enter tamed Friday evening with Lovenia Allele and Burlie DavisJohn Wil liams is quite sick with lagrippe John Hawkins visited J W Lake Thursday evening Harry McClure who has been sick is betterSev eral of the young folks have entered school at Berea Among them are Bradley Lake Forest Dowden Harry McClure and sister Ohas Davis moves soon to White Hall Foxtown KyDiuskie Lake has l been sick with lagrippe but is get ting better Colonel Baker willen ter school in a few daysTom Ogg and wife went to Scaffold Saturday to her fathers where her children can go to school Richard Cliff of fers his farm for 100 He says h- oi will go to Indiana where he can get a good price for his horse- ROCKCASTLE t COUNTY IIISIUTANTA Jan 8Born to Mr and Mrs Leo King a fine girl December 31 Misses Cordelia and Etta Abney of Brush Crook are visiting their cousins Misses Annie and Mattie McGuiroSill Shearer of this place has bought the William Ever sole farm and is moving Miss M E McGuire is visiting on Brush Creek this weekG T Payne was at Conway ThursdayA T Abney sold a horse to J W Hoskins for EIOOHichard Pennington of this place and Miss Lizzie Forsythe of Climax have gone to Berea to go to school There was preaching at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday 4 conducted by Rev Chasteen C C Drew of Climaxs visited friendon Clear Creek SundayMiss Alice t EVerolo of Berea attended church hero Sunday Mrs S B McGuiro visited her sister Mrs Annie Anglin Spencer Abney was at Mt Vernon Z this week on business Mri Amen N Abtama of Climax bill roturnod t W4 home after a few lays visit with bar son Leo KingMr and Mrs WU Stephens of Rockfordvisited Mr and Mrs 0 M Payne Saturday and SundayLiltlu Anglo Payne is very sick itucitroKu Jan SEli Bullen and Miss May Todd visited Miss fettle McCollom SundayMiss fettle McCollom and James Perry visited Miss May Todd Sunday nightRon F P Bryant filled his regular appointment at Scaffold Cane SundayMisses Ella Lake Minnie Waddle and Bcecie Todd have been visiting friends at Livingston Volley McCollom of Berea is visiting his nephew J W McCollom JrJames Berry of Carnargo ill is visiting relatives boreD G Waddle called on Miss Myrtle Liuvillo Sunday Bolrert McCollom has gone to Valley View Texas Loyd Sexton has been visiting friends at Hamilton UWears having some very bad weather here nowMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Clear Creek Sat day night Jim Guinn and Chnlt Bullen called on some girls at Dis putanta Sunday D G Waddle and J W Todd made a flying trip to Conway on Monday Quite a large crowdattended church at Scaffold Cane SundayMrs Susan Ogg of Disputanta who has been sick so long wo are glad to say is some better JACKSON COUNTY MAN OAT Jan 81he New Year dawned bright and beautiful and remained so for several days but today it is snowing fast Tho snow is now an Inchor more deep and winter seems to have come in earnest But wo aro indeed thankful for the prolonged beautiful weather we have already had and will try to make the best of badold winter time There wore several shootingmatches around here Saturday They shot at Sand Gap for a turkey and Jas W Williams and son won it Before breakfast Sunday morning two noted young non landed at Mr William think ing they would have turkey forI Breakfast But alas poor boys they didnt get any Mr Williams had not killed his turkey The young folks were highly entertained Now Years night at a social andcandy party given by Mr and Mre Wm Williams Among the guests was Miss Susie Smith Miss Smithsaid it broke tho record for a good time There were about twentyfive boys present and they bought 25 cents worth of candyMr and Mrs Hiram Harrison gave young folks a candy party Saturdaynight Several attended and all report a good time Havent heard whether- or not they had as much candy as they had at Mr Williamss Circuit court is in session at McKee and a great deal of business is being tran- sactooIt is reported that more than four hundred indictments have been madeDr Williams of Berea has boon through this vicinity and to McKee Ky selling medicineMrs Mary Martin paid C S Durham of Heartburn You knowwhatltls few people are ex empt from frequent spells of this dis complaintThe becomes impaired while a severe gnawing or- bumlngsensatlonlsex perienced in the upper part of the abdomen Heartburn is one of- tbemanywayslnwhlch the digestive organism expresses disapproval- of warns you to be careful Dr CaldwellsLmx- mttifSyrup Pepsingives instant relief in all cases of heart nrn and by toning and strengthening the stomach and bowels prevents a return of the trouble I DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN troublearisingand kidneys and because of its purity can be used with both children and grown folk- sDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN haltdollarYour money will be refunded If It does not benefit you ntu1lmallteanWDOW COMentlcello For Sale by S E WELCH Jr EREA KY H u Sand Gap a Hying trip on business a few days agoJus G Durham will in a few days return to Wind Cave where ho will touch n subsoriptionl- 8chool Ills brother with him and will outer his oolleg Sand Gap will be melancholy for a while after Ed lonvosMr and Mrs David Durham visited John Johnsons SundayJ G Durham and sister Matilda wore the guests of James Williams and family Su- ndayJames Williams tool his little daughter Mollio to MoKco Sunday to put her in collegoA P Gab bards littlo daughter is also attend ingschool at McKee this winter We wish tho young aspirants much successA P Gabbards sons will leave for school at Borea noxt week A happy and successful Now Year to all DOltlllH I1CK Jan SIt is snowing today ut the breaking up of pretty weather Circuit court is going on at McKee Thoro were a good many indictments Judge U C Faulkner believes in the law being enforced upon all mon equally rich or poor In his in structions to tho Grand Jury he said he wanted them to sue that the Justices of tho peace of Jackson coun ty did their duty in regard to liquor tragic and other offenses of which they had jurisdiction If they did not do their duty as the law directs Indict for malfeasance NYin Amy and Eugene Hose left this morning for Berea to enter school Mr Strunkof Pulaaka county is visiting his fatherinlaw Joel Lakes Sr The young gentlemen and ladies had- a social gathering at Wm Sparks last Saturday nightCan Sparks son of Wm Sparks has gone to Egypt up in tho upper end of Jackson county to go to schoolIV T Martin and John Martin have gone to Texas Phant Malicoatof Indian Territory has been visiting hw brother Hard MalicoatJohn Witt has gone to Hamilton OhioWm Hammond has gone to Cincinnati 0 MrsTMBoso who has been sick for a good while is some bettor The Grand Jury of Jackson county have said by their actions that the mon of Jackson county who art practicing medicine without a diploma had bettor quit or go to chool Hyram Callahan has moved into his new house which he built on Horse LickWm Collins says that P C Jones has too many things and that he is too good a tiemakor for him to starve this winter Brother Collins a Baptist preacher has made his advent in our locality from parts unknownOWSLEY COUNTY IUOBTOWN Jan 12Wo aro having winter ow Speculating on cross ties is the principal occupation of the people in this vicinitySeams that A B Marshall the ownor of tho sawmillat this place has quit sawing ties and is spending his time in eating wedding dinners which are so numerous in this neighborhood U N Duff of Wolf Creek visited Mr and Mrs C B Moore Wodn- esdayMr and Mrs Dan Robinson visited relatives on Wolf Creek last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C BMoore visited UN Duffs last Saturday and SundayDr J M Cash has traded his saddle horse for Pete Hackers favorite mule Garrett Bros are giving general satisfaction in the mercantile business- at this place Tho general health of tho people of this neighborhood- is on the decline on account of losing- so many nights of rest caused by the Itriugtown hunter the bark of his dog and the echo of his gun in the stillness of the nightCol Wilder sold to Garrett Bros two fine rod oxhides for 15 Bo careful Arthur reI is a fur traderArthur Garratt and C B Moore swapped farm wagons last week and as Arthur didnot know a 2j in from a 3 in wagon be- was cheated in the tradeC B More purchased from Lurkins Gib suu a fine mule for 1255Born to the wife of Elisha Frost a fine bnb- yboylage son of A J Chandler who has been ill with typhoid fever is now convalescent IL II RIce is- at Boonville this week in tho interest of his election contest for hig- hsheriffP P Reynolds one of Berea College graduates is living in Stites Idaho Berry Boynolds of- Flat liver Mo is visiting with friends and relatives in this vicinity John Frost Cow Crook was at this place on business last week Mr S A Gabbard of Cow Creek and Miss Flora Scale of Major were united in marriage last Thursday at the home of the bride May they live a peaceful and happy life Joseph Marshall oldest son of A n Marshallwas married to Miss Mary Ellen Gabbard daughter of Mike labbard of South Fork last Wednesday evening at than home of the bride Joe seemed so well satisfied with his marriage that Charley his brother straightway called on the father of his best girl Bertha Duff and asked for her hand in marriage and they were married on the following Saturday at the homo of the brides father U N Duff After the ceremony was performed by Rev Sherman Anderson a dollcloui sup r All 1 u IXT was served which every one seemed to enjoy Especially Arthur Garret who took on so much cake and ponchos as to bo unable to take part in the social that night given In honor of tho brldo and groom Good luuk to the Citizen and its many readers OA1IIIAU1I Jan ISWe hind a fine day or two of very cold weather this week Tho thermometer hovered around zero Circuit court begins at Boone villa noxt Monday Tho contest ease between II II Rica and A M Noaloy will be tried Carter Bow man of Lower Buffalo passa through hero a few days ago with a drove of cattle Some of our citizens are in the tie business Henry Gab bard wrote his girl n letter recently Hasnt got any answer yet Henry seems to be uneasyW T Huff hiss been on tho sick list but is out I ngainMr Charley Marshall and Miss Bertha Duff both of Wolf Creek wero married last Saturday May peace and happiness go with them through lifo is the writers wish Boys subscribe for the Citizen nud get uptodate news Joseph Marshall and Miss Mary E holyIMay good luck anti usefulness go with theinMr S A Gabbard of Cow Creek and Miss Flora Scale of White Oak were married last Friday The couple were former students of Borea College and teachers of Oweley Mr Gabbard of late has been a clerk in the store of Gabbard Bros at Cow Creek We hope the now couple n glorious and prosperous life and that pence and happiness may evermore crown their pathway Our vicinity has had several weddings of late Who is going to bo aettT Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Offic- eS R BAKER Dentist BEREA KYOrer Prtattac OfflM Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth wlrMMd wHkeat palesoaotonae ReB ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Ufflr lluun from B to 19 e n Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see mo if you wish to buy or sell property C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B It Robinson All calls promptly attended tonight and day- Telephono No4 Berea K- yReal Estate 1 have quito a number of building lots and some improved property in Jerea for salo I also have a 10aoro place with a twostory house on it lying inside the corporation for t050 Also farm and timber lands in Madison Boakcastlo and Estill coun tiesAny one desiring such properly shouldcall on mo J P BICKNELL Boron K- yMonuments URNS HEADSTONES STATUARY o- rGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY ornar of Main and Collins Streets I J yw = y Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 a PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Studonts from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS bi 1 Iti APPLIED SCIENCE Two years Course with agriculture for oungfjr mon and Domestic Sulonco for young ladies k TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two Loars NORMAL COURSES For teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and Statu Diploma ACADEMY COURSESPour years fitting for College for business and for life t COLLEGE COURSES LUorary SolenUfio Classical loading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Heed Organ Voonl Piano Theory Wo aro Lore to helpall who will help thwnsalvuH toward n Christian education Our instruction is a free gift 0 Students pity n small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also play for board in ndvnuco ICxjwtiww for full term of 14 weeks may bo brought within S29BO Wintor term of 11 woks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 242 Pall term opened Soptombor 13 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregn Konalists Methodists Presbyterians good people of all denominations For information and friendly adviceaddress the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Boroa Madison County Ky i tKxkrAtKphKKa4rKrrrrsrarrttrQstrK rretiSkKKk kKkKrKkKKK +Ut IHOLIDAY OOOIDS iAt Grocery handibananas mixed nuts anda nice line of Christmas goods also hardware and IhayW I D LOGSDON j c StRkletekk ektttitkttyritit tMlekM eCf kAkShttCitk tittekkisakAts cSIlMttltt Always Remember the Full Name Laxativ Bromo Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo- 4VVOfttB J Ios 3SC DRAGGINGdow pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which CM attack a woman viz falling of tho WOmb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken lag drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dlzdntss Irritability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The euro Is I OFCARDUI O IWomans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs vfclch exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and sUm elates the muscles to pull the womb up Into place- It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LXTTXR la strictest coniJtiu titling ui all your troubles We will rind free advice In plain tiled envelops Address Ladle Advisory Dept The Chsltnooga Melldae Co UtItta noofft TOM A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Bores College 60 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house weathorboardod with 2 fireplaces Good Orchard good Water good Barn and Wall Fenced Is troll worth J2000 but will take 11400 Call at once on J P BICKNELLHeal FOR SALEISee J W HERNDON for Cow Feed and Baled Hay 3 miles from Bnrea on Richmond piko FOR RENT Rooms for rout well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Bhodus For Ladles Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Storo they have a full lino of uptodate Goods ac prw L RUTTZXXB AWFUL TAM In ay woab sad ovules wrtUi Mrs NIOH Bake of Webster QreTMMe and aiy mtnses were very painful and IrrrguUr Since taking Carllull- feel like a new wcotn and do not surer II I did r GREAT CENTRAL C II it D I1ere ManjuetteC C ok U The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All Now to TOLEDOAND DETROIT ninoonn CAM TO Charlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wequetonslng Harbor Springs Cheap IlomoscokcrV rates to points in tho Wost nud South Inquire of C H A D agents for full particu lars or addrusa D 0 EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati =iM i J L T r1 I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I 11 1 + HIIHIHHK1i1III+1 I 11 Eastern Kentucky News Ko eorreipondeoce psMUhed nnleM dine la ten by the writer The Dame U not for publication but i All evidence ol tool faith Write plainly1i1 r r r I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I j I 1 I 1 +1 I I Ill I 1 1 I I t I h JACKSON COUNTY lfltILE LICK Jan 20The farmers are pre paring for a crop and thoy are hav ing weather for itGoorgo Sparks acoidoutly shot Stella Phil lips last Thursday night tho ball passing through her wrist and both breasts But fortunately she is not seriously hurt Nolxxly seems to know just how the accident happened Henry Matthews is somewhat beUerL B Martin bought a from F C Jones and William Sparks says ho is going to fix upa team Mandu L Brockman daughtor of Shelt Brockman died suddenly a few days ago GARRARD COUNTY CAKTUHSVIIIH Jan 22We are having the mildest winter I have over seen in Kentucky Industrious farmers havo commenced plowing for a now crop J B Carter returned from Louis vine last Tuesday whore he wont to purchase goodsJ P Bicknoll preached a very instructive sermon at the Laurel Green Church Sunday Brother Bickuell will bo our pastor for the present your Everybody come and be benefited and instructed Brother McCollum of Lexington preached at the Christian Church at Fair View the third Sunday Ho is a fine preacher The Endeavor So ciety gave a supper last Saturday night at Fairview there was 750 taken in which will go for plastering the ChurchJ G Clark sold a pair of yearling mules to John Greon last Tuesday for 100 Clark has another pair to sell at same prieoJoe Boain has moved to his farm near Carters vine He went back to East Bern stead last Sunday on business W M Smith of Cartarsvillo and Miss Dora Roberson of Berea were united in matrimony last Wednesday after 8 years courtship The writer wishes them a long and happy lifoJohn and Tellio Green attended services at Fairview Sunday There was a good number from Woodsview at tended Fairview SundayMrs James Nave and daughter down on Buckeye from Thursday until Sun ClayMiss Dora Boaiu who is in school at Boron war to see homo folks last Saturday Mrs It C Boain and Mrs J G Clark called un Mrs Geo Allen last Tuesday evenng MADISON COUNTY 11 itliTFlR Jan 21W C Ogg has moved to Brassfield Mrs Thos Adams of Kingston J R Baker and vcifeand Wm Coyle and wife visited W B Bakers recentlyMessrs J C Pow ell Thos Holland and L C Powell attended the annual masonic meeting at Kingston Harve Johnson of Richmond has moved to this place to go in to the goods business Miss Martha Powell was the guest of Mr and Mm W C Ogg recently Mrs Mattie Rice of Alton IlL has been visiting her father Mr Jos Young R A Hudson of this place has gone to Million Ky- 1IIOKOUY ILtiN Jan lUMiss Jula Harris spout last Sunday with Miss Maggie AdamsMr and Mrs Joe Maupin and Misses Jennie Burdett and Mag gie Adams spent a few hours with the family of Dan Maupin Sunday Eli Cornelison left last Monday for Cin cinnati to engage in railroad engi nesringS B Gooch of Dreyfus is visiting his sister Mrs Dan Maupin Miss Pearl Adams is visit ing her sister at Whites Station Jim Kinuard left a few days since for Ohmaha Nrb Tha many friends of Mrs Mallie Collins were sorry to hear of her death jind heartily sym pathize with her sorrowing relatives Arch Doty spent Supdaywith Kiah McKeehan and James Wilson visited relatives near Malory Springs recently ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ICOCKlOItl Jan 23Miss Bessie Linville Beulah Viars Bertha Rich Florence Holman Virgia Martin Annie and Mattie McGuire visited friends at Rockford Sunday Miss E E Lake visited hoiuefolks near Berea Satur day and Sunday Quite a large crowd attended Church at Scaffold Cane Sunday Miss Ella Lake is planning for an entertainment Fob 22 We wish her miccess Mrs J W Todd who has been sick is better Pleas Evans was at Rockford Mon day on business Mrs Nom Me Guiro visited her sister Mrs Bottle Ogg Saturday and Sunday Mr Harry Thomas wont to Weavor Ky Sunday on business John Harry Gadd went to Burea Tuesday to get a hammerN P Anderson of Manse Ky visited J W Todd Thursday N H Stephens went to Conway Saturday on business LAUREL COUNTY London Ky Jan 10 To The Bored Citizen A Sliver Modal Contost was given not long since at tho M E Church South by the Loyal Temperance Legion an org + niwtiou composed of the small girls of tho town and conducted under the auspices of the WCTU Tho medal was awarded to Elizaboth the ton oars rid daughter of Mr and MrS John H Jackson Tho decision was not unanimous but was two to ono in favor of little Miss Jaoksou and the other Judge voted for Esther Lusts The other contestants were Mary Nell Jones Blancho Thompson and Florence Lewis Tim Judges weN James Evorsole W F RayttMV mid Geo C Moore and tho medal was delivered by the later An interest ing program was rendered Among other enjoyable things were recita tions by Misses Bertha Jackson and Ida Rinehart anda vocal solo by Miss Kathleen Lewis und a violin solo by Miss Peterson teacher of music in the Suo Bennett Memorial College At the annual election of officers and directors for tho two banks of tho city few changes were made For the Old First National Bank President R M Jackson Vice Pros ident G H Brown Cashier McCallu Fitzgerald and tho Directors are Josoph Sampson John M Williams John R Boring J Elliott W A Pugh W B Catching J W Bastin R M Jackson McCnlla Fitzgerald and G II Brown Since this bank was established many years ago n great many othor banks hove boom established on all sides of it but its customers have not forsaken it and its business steadily increases The National Bank of London formerly The Citizens Bank of London which was recently ohaaged from a State to a National Bank al though established but some three years ago is iu a most prosperous condition and its recent statement shows that its business is rapidly growing The officers and directors for this institution are the same ns for last year They are as follows Congressman D C Edwards Pres E H Hackney Vico Pres and D F Brown Cashioi The directors are D C Edwards D F Drown F P Elliott L B MoHargue W A Parsley Abner Eroraolo T A Porter and Dr G S Brock A tram from Illlmil Tusooln Ills Jan 15 Te the War ef The Cube We aTe having a pleasant winter here The people at this place are putting their corn on tho market Tuscola is a nice town it has several churches anti also several schools and we have no saloons in Tuscolu J D Martin is in our town on business today W A Lewis and wife paid B C Martin a flying visit the other day Times are prosperous here I want to ask the Double Lick corres pondent if it takes corn at two dol Jars a barrel to make good times NANNIE MARTIN STOMACH ACHE You have more or less trouble with t your1bowels your live- reverybody does An the1delicate ordered or gnus do get- outoforder they are the worst things In the world to you It you took the right kind of care of them you wouldnt uffef but you dont The only wayyou can correct the tronI partsfromDr Caldwells I Laxative Syrup Pepsin isgoodtorcertain plant drugs by DR CALD valuifsDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Is the best thing in the world for coy reeling and curing all forms of stomach troubleyoull say so when you try it DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained In both dollar and halt yourII Your postal card request wan bring mall our new booklet DR CALD WELLS tqeboaenmtdr Man your postal today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Monlloollo IlllnoU I For Sale by S E WELCH Jr Happenings in Kentucky THE KENTUCKY SOLONs The First Measure Patted Raises the Ago of Consent Frankfort Sari 24 This ill the fourth week ot the legislative session and the wsate pasMd 1U first and on ly bill Tuesday It was Senator He tons bill raising Ute age ot ooosent Jn females from 12 to 1C years A number ot bllla were retorted by the committees aad better proems is ex peoted to be made tram son sot The senate ia all stirred up over the delay of the public printer la twfatlnc tile Mill Introduced In the swat and the innocent ofldal was souadfy tvUted by several senators Finally a reoolu lion was adopted dectartac Out If alt tho bills are not printed within three days after tkelr 4ntro4vatlon the prta tag committee shall hate power to contract to have the blue printed eWe whore and charged to the publto prin ter The sdnato oommitte OR muntc Ipalltlos derided to report favorably the Phelps bill providing that orders or liens for tnoasuretl wages of em ploy es stall sot be valid unless sign od or Indorsed by tho employer Keprtaealatlve Klalr din Intro duoed a Mil to prohibit the pradootiof ot aRT play that Is based upon an tasoaism alleged formerly to exact be tween tauter sad skive or that ex cites race prejudices Tho peaaklei are 500 fine and jell Iraprisonmoat THE PRESS ASSOCIATION Midwinter Meeting Held In Frankfort With About 50 Editors Present Frankfort Ky Jan 24 The Kco tueky Iroes aeMctatfon hold a raid wInter metlug here with abcnt M ed tort la aUendnooe A MMlneM NJ slea was hW at the opt m hMM tot lowed by a lunch at the Hlfes club brace and a trolley ride te the stU ut the nirr stale hones A Iaerommutter of editors was appointed to ad In cm suction with the elate board ul hralh SJ to quarantine maUBra lUll may also help the dev rls look Int the eSent medicine muds At the session held Tuesday Right Gar Bert tan presided and aMreasas were made by Wilt L Tseeh r At OWcaco and Arthur Ford of1aoatsvllte Ferii subject was NewKpaevs Pelttlstrne- and Maehlnes and irtreduelnc bit to tilt acdteaee Jew lle Vbam sat I I have sow kaowtaljce of butknewpore know some polHleiJ nothing of BMohtee FRANK ALl CASE A Change of Venue Was Granted To Knox County Flaevfli Ky Jaa UTlte ONto monwwlth KenUekyFnink Ball tare were granted chance of vow to Kao county Motion wan made last Friday and upon hearing evidence Judge M J Mow sustained the motion and bath Bides selected Knox county In lalela Judge M C Panltnser presides nail has retained able counsel and the ease will be fought to the end Lodges to which Bolsn Dales alleged victim beloNKWi Wave retained lions B Q Ooldea James D Black of Barbeni vilU to sad the proserativn Trouble Among Offfelals Mt Sterling Ky Jan Il JaJler C T Wtaon was ejrreeted en a warraa sworn out by Mayor Plants charged with flourishing and wring a pistol W the dty limits He was aeqaMted and how It Is wild he will flk suit for U 000 damages aralnst Mayor Harris and the citY alleging false UTto Big Hemp Fire 4 Lexington KV Jaa 4TkiLoughrldEo hemp faeiory on 8v fti street was destroyed by fire and at midnight Prosldunt Leughrldga di le Homers watltnatej the toes at SIO 000 partially covered by Insurants The fire Is believed to be el Incendiary origin Marshals Leg Amputated MsyneW Ky Jan 24Depot United States Marshal Q W Vsundef lis lying In a crtMoal oonaktoo as a of being ssctdeatally shot 1ft his leg by his own pistol several das ago Ills left leg was ainpstaled lust above the knee IPlayed With Matches Frankfort Ky Jan 24LItUe- Mary Samuels Williams the Syear qld daughter of Judge lien Q Williams died Tuesday night from burn re celved She was playing VUh patch es when her dress ought fire Given a Five Year Sentence Mt Sterling Ky Jau UTqlm Flaherty who attempted to Mil Mrs Florence Watson during a Christmas dance by shooting her In the book ploaded guilty to the Indictment and WH given five years INew Coal Company Organized e Ky Jan 24rbeLynn Camp Coal Co has been organ oapkaUetsIbe Installed at once IToAid Circuit Judges Ky Jan lIeu County Bar association bissnt a petition to tho logtatatiire recommend lag that Coy Beohham appoint special Judges to aid the oirontt Judges In Ute large districts Kentucky Postmasters ITwo Jan 24 Georgo L i rnes was formally appointed post master at Frankfort his name being sent to the senate with that of W aging for postmaster of Plnevllla jhlTSpoti In 8wttterlaud Lu gang whlvb bar en svprng of dally sunshine for the year or ul hours high er than Padua 5U hours tOO nearly sos high as Home 87 hours Ilusel has only 47 hours Demuitrk has alto same flatly amount of suunlilne ns EugUud 33 hears while Uenunny has from 43- I to 48 hours Tee sunniest spot la use many Is Jeua i Coffee teat If you suspect your coffee la ailnlter ated throw a hnndfnl of the braes Ui toll water TIM real coffee beaus will sink while the spurious OOPS will lIMIt or remain suspended w some time Ilnnirnrlnn Aiplinll lIaUIIesjThe Pint SeUltter The first ttswspepers the Venetian RKtettes were for many years circu lated ealy In wanosorlpt hecsus the RoveraaKtHt would not allow their pub batten In print llecomlHs scurrilous they were iwonlbtt In every part of Italy by a special bull Issued by Grego ry XIII Itrlt lir Laekof AVool With tbs ezceptton of Portugal Oreat Britain has the lowest perveotage seen I of woodland ef any country la Huron Favorite Trre of Illrdi Wets of different ktada bare their favorite trees BachbMs rooks sad Jays frm neat oak trees tile ash slwl tore wood plueosw and UinwtMs the hawthorn all kinds of flodMc while the woedpeckers favorite Is the beech Shoe Shoat were not made rights and lefts earlier thM 14TS The bureau Ilnc The Koreau flag Is white end bears IB We ouster a sort of ball one bait blue and the other rod typifying Hoe two ilssamta of creation OM makV sad I tile female la the corners nee strands and cwslbJtoated bluer cbararten Invented by a Chinese etaperor a few tbetautMl years ago dtrliUvni In nndliMivl I Ia Scandinavia iliristmas Is celebrat- ere la Its literal sense of praro ot earth good will toward men Tb adjustiCtiamuU Leather To wash chamois leather make a lath er of soap and wars water sad In this squaw the leather till the dirt Is re moved Use more than one lot of soda It necessary finally rtttse fas soapy not clearwater qoeaae and bang out to dry If the leather be much sailed add a little ammonia to the soap sods Theater Ticket Tax A 10 per cost tax on theater tietata B Franc yields about 1000 XOOO a year The money U devoted N 11M maintenance of the poor The ilxcnetle Meedle The needle points to the north pole wherever the compose may be Mortb of the one on wbtrh tbe compass nee dIe balance perfectlytb fine tv call ed ike mngaetlc eitutorthe needle taps to the north South of that line the sontharn end of the newdle dips but the ends of the aeedte are not reversed An Honored linker CreeniH ereotwl a UtHj of gull to his baker la memory of his Uhmts Tea Ih Japan Tea at a halfpenny a pond to used by the poort r daises in Japan Tbt Is the cheapest kind of bajKlta lid von dety of the mmlnps ef the tea tMtshM when they are upped with the shears after tile J ret mop nIUDe Brume such aa tvol tar tee urns etc may be cleaned by webteg Brit with soap soil water Wen alter dry tag try apply fRrnHore oream sa4 polish with a soft dealer Thta method Is aot recommended for rrorks or art bat for broote aKtttos ef hone hold use it answers perfectly tasking UtsiB look bright af tIP The Larne Searehitabb The leant svarvhMRht w the world Is that on top of Pft8 path Colorado and flashes ever 900 mild of the Rocky mountains Ocean Cable Atlantic cables are always laid from west to eat became the prerHllujK wluda In Ute summer tiiontlia on Ute Atlantic are from the west and ships make mud better weatltor ping outward Jnpnnoe 31 iehe Sixty ir cwt of the matches made In Japan are sold IM Mina Frog Ilnromeler The drenjree frog la an excellent him In a jar with an Inch or two of water at the bottom and a little ladder running up to the top If the weather U to be sine he will ascend If bad be will go down Combination In Doniliioi The nutUisuiatloal flpiul line been at It agate and now raikM to a shud dcrtaff world tho onnounoemcnt that two persons playing domlnes ton hours a day and inching tour moves a minute could continue 118000 years without exhausting nil the comblna tions of the game the total of which 1s 21SG232nIO IllffliUnil Children The healthiest children In the world dwell In the Scottish highlands They icldom wear shoos before they ar twelve years of age I Berea College r FOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALLi Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIBD SCIENCE TWO years Cowree with agriculture for young teen awl Doeitwlio Science for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS CnrpOHtry Printing Housework TfUrsIng two yen NORMAL COURSES For teachers Three courses leading to County OtrUBettw State Cfcrtiteito nod State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour years fitting for College for builnwa and for life COLLEGE COUR9ESLJtM ry Safeutlil Classical leading to RftoeaUureato degtaaa MUSIC Ohotnl free need Organ Vocal Piano Theory We tin bare to lwl all who will h thslselrow toward a Christian eduoaUo Our tulruetioG Is a free gilt Students a small Incidental fee to meet wMiew 01 the aeaooi apart from Instruction and must also pay for board ia advance KxpeiMwt for full term of 14 weeks may bo brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 187 00 Spring term of 11 week 92425 Pall term opened September 13 The School U endowed by Baptist ChrMiaaa Dlsoiplss Cotigrega ttooalista Methodists Peabyteraunadand good pooploof ulldunumiuattona I For iaformntltn and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Bcroa Madison County Ky r AAlways Remember the Fun Name Laxative Bm Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo to iA- oa Bos 2Sc CUT IT OUTsays the doctor to many of his My patients because ht daasot know of any medicinal treatment that will pwttlvely euro womb or ovarian troubles except tho surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has bun proved by the wonderful cure performed on diseased women In thousands of cases by WINE OF CARDUI 11Womans Relief It has saved the lives of thoman z of weak sick women and has rescued tbouu 4 of ethos from a melancholy lifetime of chronic Inrattdlttn It vffl euro 1IolwlM only give It a chance Sold at every drug Mote In IOO bottles Try It WRITE us A UTTER freely ant frankly M Strktut cwaV denee telling us all your treuWu We will send Fret Advice In plain sealed emtlopc Address Ladles f1Li Advltvry Dept The Chattanooga M Jicioe Co Chattanooga T- ennurTT They say money does not make peopleJiappy F Try a box of N URPAS- SAE3LECANDIES JOBSSole Agon- tRichmond Ky rheu as A Farm of JOO Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Boren College GO flares uleured 40 acres In timber Good hones wtmtliorlxmrdod with 2fire places Good Ofolmrd 1Vell1eacmdwill take 1400 Cull nj once on J P BICKNELL Rani Estate Agent FOR SAL- Es J W IJKRNDON for Cow Feed antI Baled Hay 3 miles from Bares on Richmond pike FOR RENT Rooms for rent well locatedand ventilated Enquire of C C Rhbdus GAVE UP SUPPORTER I ere A tuffuriu ft years foray womb wakli tai avwJed every thln down before it writs Mrs S J- CTriswanotMannavdleNY Icuf fart4 uHtoU aiMfy and cwull hardly we B Afur taking curial I gave up myftII GREAT CENTRAL eN 6 DIerP flar wtleC C d L The Michigan Line Elwtrlo Lighted Trains All New to TOLEDOAND DETROIT TIIROUUIt CAM TO CUatlcvoIx Petoskey Bay View Weqtutonslng Harbor Springs Cheep Ueuwswekore rnloa to points in the Wont and South Inquire of C U R D uganta for fun pnrtiou lars or address- D Q EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati C K Hanson LICENSED BMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B U Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Tolophone No4 Berea Ky For Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the Now Cash Store thoy have a full line of uplodato Goods i 1