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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 000000000008000 U VOL VIII Five a Copy eo BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 22 1000 One bollar a Year NO 23 IDEAS The final result of a truo education la not a unified scholar nor a scornful critic of tho universe but an Intelli gent imil faithful citizen who Is de termined to put all his powers at the service of his country and mankind Henry Van Dyko A man Is poor when ho has lost tho confidence of friends when people who are nearest to him do not believe him whan his character Is honey combed by dealt punctured by dis honesty Ho Is poor when ho makes money at the expense of character when principle duos not stand cluar out supreme in hU IdoL When this Is clouded ho Is In danger of the worst kind of poverty To bu In the pair houw Is not ntttwsirlly to be poor If you have maintained your Integrity If your cluracur stand toursquats to llui world If you have never bent Uie knee of principle fur avarice you are not pjar Sclmitlllc CjOperitor- SloJi mikes nil ihliiKB difficult but Industry nit ewy lie that rlseth liie must trot all day und shall scirruly overtake htn bunlmwi at nlgtu wiilld laztriMM Umveli no I I thv poverty ouu vruliB him Franklin No une Is uMltM In his wirld who lightens the burden ut It tat any one else Charles DIokena FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho UutMtan government Is taking thr rlgnt to volo iiwuy rum many thousands of people In the election for the next pjrllimiut no as to have a parliament oltctod which will work more as the government wishes Taking tho ballot away from those to whom It tins once been given Is a serious buns However It Is true that tho HuMtlan people do not know how to govern themselvesthey have never had a chance to learn how by doing llc1I1d If there is some way of teaching the people gradually how to govern themselves by limiting the number of voters that will be butter then giving up the plan of government altogether China Is preparing herself for n constitution An order of the tmper or published November 7tl tells of various changre to be made In the govornmentt jmtftn and says that they ore all nude to prepare the way for a eonMltutlo- ntl OUR OWN COUNTRY Time first Negro State Fair over hold was opened at Mioon Us on tho 13th An opening tildrwM was made by Mr Hooker T Viuthlngton A good display of RKTleaUural products Negro Inventions womens work fine arts slavery relics and handiwork of Ole crafts Is reported A short Umo ago a number of no goon belonging to negro companies upJlivery effort was made to find who the guilty men were but with out SUOMM No one of the soldiers would give any information to help point OHI the criminal On this nc amnt Irveldent Iloosevelt ordered the dishonorable discharge of tho entire battalion of negro troops A storm of protoat has come up against this action and Secretary Taft has slop lIed the discharge of the soldier unto the President returns next Sunday or Monday For our part It seem that tho action of the president was right It Is not a pleasant thing to toll on a comrade but when mur der Is committed It Is too serious a crime to be defended oven by all once Tho whole battalion became partners In the crlmlIt was no long or safe to have such soldiers In tho army President Roosevelt would have discharged thorn Just as quick or quicker if they had boon white men imrioad of colored Ferdinand L Darnott a negro law yer of Chicago who has been assist ant Stato Attornty for several years was nominated by the republicans t for tho office of judge In tho city court This nomination won made to hold tho negro vote but with the expectation that ho would not bo elcc ed He was elected however and no v tho republican newspapers are do mantling that he resign because his 0 a negro Slramo on them Governor Hoko Smith of will make his name ono to bo hate and hissed at by all men an all white men who believe In Justice and fair play If ho keeps on In his present course Former Congressman thaties practically gonUomcnIfshould have seventyfive negro votes and fifty while nnd should It becomo necessary I would bo favorable to plan to reduce tho population to nine tynlne That is a wood sample of uugnenimouAnglo s The Now York Tribune Weekly lie view of November 17th prints an ar ticle on tho public school situation In Chicago which Is at tho otChlc1gos nndItsthlaIhog becausethey tlngrrolllhonest and wise people In It tho Chi cago Board of Education has had n bosslslllIntrIgues ership of Honest Tom Dronnan relations andthoand subject Tho Tribune takes time position that ho aht to know more about what v lion In timer schools than tho thousands of teachers under him all together The positions practicallyIned by a secret system hv him and time Schoolbooks I s f 4 T a gogogogosogogogososogoeogosoTHE CITIZEN AMERICAS GREATEST INDUSTRY The corn crop is one of the most important in the Uni ted States but if all the corn in the country had been blasted and failed to ripen this season very few people would have had to go hungry and none would have starved to death on account of it If no cotton had been grown some people would not be dressed so warmly this winter but few would freeze to deathIThere is no one thing that this country could not do without except the raisinof good men and women Even for those who hate good people life could not be endured without the good peo ple If there were np good people to preserve peace and or der the bad ones would soon kill one another until all were dead We need wise men for our public offices but we need good men much more We need smart business men to carryon our great factories trade but we need good men much more We need successful farmers to provide the food that we eat and raise the cot ton and wool or our clothes but it is much more im portant for our country that a great many of our farmers are good men We need to have better laws made for the control of trade prevention and punishment of crime hut the best laws will be useless and worse than useless without honest men to obey them and make others obey them The most J industry in the world is the making omen and women and children good The use of time and money to carry on church es and Sunday schools and other things which train people to be good is the best investment which is made for the country It pays better than steel trust bonds or railroad stock It pays to raise money to pay a min ister a good salary because he can spend more of his time in helping people to become good than had to earn his living on the farm Nine tenths of the trouble in world comes not because people have not money enough but because theyor some of them are not good enough The most importnnt reason for loving God it makes people good to love God Everybody knows that these things are true Why dont we act as if we believed themP Hoard of Education by a committee whoso names even wero kept secret These are the thlnes that are being changed and they ought to be Mr Cooley Is probably a great and wise man Ills plans would sometimes be better than those of a majority of tho teachers under him but nevertheless U would bo bettor to have a democrat pIc system with more mistakes In it a monarchical one with fewer COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The question who shall be the republican candidate for governor Is not attracting much Interest lion E T Franks republican leader of Uie sec ond district Justice John M Harlan of the United States Supreme Court Judgo Edward C Ollear of Mongora ory county Judgo A R Durnam of Madison county and State Senator Wm IL Cox of Maysvllle Mayor Beach of Covington says he will navo gambling stopped in that city and Is having poolrooms raided and closed It Is expected that hundreds of warrants will be Issued for the arrestor mon In Lexington who broke tho election laws Attorney General Hays threatened before tho election that this should bo done It twelve hundred illegally registered men should vote It is said that Governor Dcckham is a special session of henlegislaturecall pass a law which will make the closing of saloons on Sunday In Loulavllle and other places easier but that ho Intends first to flnl out what the members of the legisla ture think about It whether or not they are ready to voto for such a law Tim OYKUTIIIIOW OK IM LI- By MU Amanda Renlik wasdday that amid the shouts of the neo and tho salute of the guns In tho theirtand stripes floated In Its place The desire of tho people had been granted they wore hencefnr + part of tho United States Dut what line nn covernment re ceived In nnnoxln so Islands A territory as large vow tho center of the ItrmtM Hk of ocean hlghwayn of tho Pacific tho chief coaling station between two contin ents a land of tm1 vegetation do lightful and healthful In climate tho Paradise of tho Pact 1 Tho our people founded but a small part of the population the atmosphere of tho Islands was thoroly American Tho good systems of schools the churches the newsnanerfl the commer coal Interests and form of government Itself bore tho Impress of tho early New England missionaries What more tilting therefore than that when tho people found they could no longer rulo their rcnubltc without Internal strife and external danger tligy should turn to the United States for protection Tho native Hawallans peopleLesstho Islands were Inhibited by a do grasshutsno Ideas of civilization whatever Can nibalism was not mni n hot Infant icide practiced widely Tho Idolatry of orderhumancery and witchcraft nractlced by the priests A system of tabu kept tho people In bondage for there was a constant tear of breaking Its laws with tho penalty of death chief was tabu andnne Itared touch or sit In his present Tho choicest I hunting grounds were tabu to nil but tho priests and on women these laws fell most severely It Is hard to Imagine In the cultured fashionable nation of today the savage of seventy years ago In tho history of n fifty years o mission work onads thoro many stories of bravery and darin- but there is one whine seems to surpass the others In Its Interesli Ot the slope of Mauna Loa 4400 feet a bove tho sea level u the crater o Kilanea tho largest active volcano In the world At this summit of th mountain 10000 feet above Is anothei volcano which Is not continuously olive The crater of Kllnnoa is S00 feet deep and eight miles In circumference Within It lies a lake of mol ten lava Halemanm Tea House ol Everlasting Burnlne erupUonsItzlg zag path to thp tntttm of the enter and standing almost at the edge of the lake watch nlnv of Its eternal tires It has been said that the whereDameeyewitnesses of her labors In her WIt MrsJsabellathe real bottomless pit the fire which Is not quenched the place of hell nndbrlmstonotho fiery sea whose waves aro never weary I feel as If the terrors of Kiln lifeWhat Ignorant savages should people tho earth with cruel demons Their chief deity tholegendher abodo in the crater The water desiretod wandering from Island to island for safety at last took up her abodo In couldnotwhoincurredThe Hawallans stood greatly in awe theIrreligioncrater stood tho temple of her priest observedasforeverbroken descendedfromIn her own right of a large district of ignorantsuperstitioususo of liquor and tobacco When she Gospels husbandsbuthabits fmisnUutlluiaprhogresslcould heldsway wonatheheroinesSho planned to visit a mission sta takingaanea Tho Journey had to be accom hrltoglve01thefaith sho would not eighty of them Journeyingsheher people Implored her not to risk Poles anger but she said simply It believeInmust turn to the true God Continued pa Ulgbtli PtigeJ ChiefContents of This Number IAUi ONto Iilcn From the Wide World Iii Our Own Country ttlltnrlnl Am rcnn Orrnlret I lulu try Cuiiimiinnriillli f Krntnaky Overthrow of 1rln Thanksgiving Annouiicemrntii- IMItor letter to McIITrnahcr IAOli TWO rarm HnHleil Oenlu ScrlnlThe Onifter 1IItE llcrrn nnil Vicinity Tak Nnllrr Maw to I Mik Well by Ilr Ilfe of 31m hurgr- Thnnkglrlag rrorliiiiintliin College Item Intent Market Report rUJI IClUIt CoilllllPlltn rjlllhC Frullby1oIeI0ljhleli6 IllllljIolltlatlT nii rnnrn Note 1Adi viva 1nriii unit Onnlrn TIle 111 In Hi11AOK SIX The 1I0mlIt Kcclpr hj Mr 11111 The SchmilKxhlliltloiii nnd lispoiltluni by Iruf Dliimnura Tile Inriu Cure of Serepl Winter Egg Eighth Kentucky lllotory- 1Aoi fiiiviix New from ItYcrywtior- Tlirllllnff Adtrnturnot flue Tony ICIder Ion flourKn tcrn Kxntnrky Corre tondeiice Iiittructlont Corrciiiomlent Ohio New Student Joiirnnl I SCHOOLTEACHERS I A Word In Your Ear The editor wants to help you in your school work In every way ho can and hiss two ways here to sug goat to you Have you a good unabridged dictionary In your school If not wouldnt you like to have one without paying cash for U I think I can tell you ol a way by which you and your pupils oan get a splendid new Websters In ternational Dictionary such ai to ad vertised on page six by Just a little work together If you want to know how Just write a letter or a postal to the editor of the Berea Ky saying Please tell me about your Dictionary Proposition The second thing I want to help you yoorIYou will find the articles now running veryfporeguw tIopiroba t canfl both RepublicrMy Country rte of Thee Tenting on the Old Camp Ground Kind Words Can Never Die Besides those we have some more pretty ones very easy to lemma Paddle Your Own Ouioe Spinning Song FlyThoBees and Clover Would you like to havo any special printedincopies of the paper eoottlnlng one or moro of hew songs We charge five OIUzenbnt dfthosongs or pieces yu want nt two cents ooch all copies beyond fifteen at one cent each How would It songsweber of The Citizen and then you could tothojoinintell him which of these Bongo you want what pieces you would like to copiesofwith certain songs In it and when your exhibition comes and see If he cannot help you in your work Tho number of the thoHampton ProfMonroeAgriculturalentitled Parallelisms In tho Develop ment of the African and Other Races ThisIssuotourcOuntiesSomothongblfuJ excellent THANKSGIVING SERVICE There will be Thanksgiving services onnextwllproochTharmania NamoAlllordinnermany as possible to attend the serv ices ADVERTISEMENTS Copy for changes in advertisements or for new ones should be handed In as early as possible To bo sure of thomllst lIewillSam Jones IL 1 gogogogororogorororororoaauov Soa that the teachor Inao 1tJiayour district reads tho od J S O itors letter on this page igogogogogorogogogogo0ogoao Couts colored and and this Jersey TllltlU Cuwliy Citizen night LIABLE TO LEAK j litI The Family Stocking is liable to 1leak Deposit your extra dollars and 1 dimes in our Savings Department and Y watch them earn more dimes and dol i lars for you b tx fifWePerfect SafetyY I 4 per cent Compound Interest i The Use of Your Money When You Want It ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Come in and let us tell you 1- r more about it 1 w Berea Banking Co T i Assets over S 14000000 Capital 2500000 i fJJ MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier I 4 9 0 + rMillinery Opening Nov 27 28 Call and see the nicest stock of Millinery Goods y yiYM iMever in Beretf Our goods are the latest New York styles Handsome pattern hats and all the new shapesecan be found at our shop Our trimmer Miss Adams from Cincinnati will give special orders her most careful 4 attention You are invited to come to the opening even if you have bought your hat g I i MRS S R BAKER Corner Center and Main Streets The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 TCreasuus e alimenttGfficc of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C November 17 1906 s undersignedofMadison tobecommence the business of Banking s ActingI theCountycommence the business of Banking as provided in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and sealof I office this seventeenth day of November 1906 I SEAL T P KANE x Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Ilnnk open December 1 S E WELCH Pres WRIGHTiKELLY Vice Pres J L GAY Cashier t I t- W l f allh Ji x BAFFLED GENIUS rye always bad a yearning sttcr literary fame X keen desire to write a book and make mycolt i name To see my picture printed In the papers every day j And to have folks listen raptly to what ever I might sap But on dear mt It ran nfcvtrj never be I could write a recordbreaking book I havent any doubt 1 tButsomehow X cant think ot anything to write about 1 r Z wonder how real authors go to work to weavethelr plots 11 How they get hoIdoC romantic threads and tie them up In knots But oi dear met I realty cannot see t How they do Itlboueh they do It there Is not the slightest doubt f While for my part I cant think of any thing to write about 11 My library Is fitted with typewriter pens and Ink The only thIng thatll left for me to do li just to think And I have thought and thought and thought and thought and thought and thought In vain attempts oflndthe theme that X I to long have Bought But oh dear met 1 I fear its Fates decree althoughiiIf I could only think of something good to write about Bomcrvlllo Journal e THEE I GRAFTERS 2tv- l1RANCIS LYNDE I 1 lWPlrt6h6ep11eryEeOWDFaerrW Oa CHAPTER XX1IL COKTISCED She was pacing back and forth In front of his chair In a way that was almost manlike but her contemptu ous Impatience made her dangerously beautiful Suddenly she stopped and turned upon him and there were sharp claws in the kittcnbuffetlngs Do you know youre spoiling n fu ture that most men would hesitate to 4throwaway she naked While you I have been a man of one Idea In this railroad affair wo havent been idleyour newspaper and political friends and Ormsby and L You are ambitious you want to succeed and we have been r laying the foundations for you The next election would give you anything In the gift ot tho elate that a man of your years could aspire to have you known thlar I have guessed It he said quite humbly e Of course you have But It has all been contingent upon one thing you were to crush the grafters In this rail road struggleshow them upandi climb to distinction yourself on the ladder from which you have shaken them It might have been done It was in a fair way to bo done And I now you turn back and leave the plow In the furrow There was more of a like quality a good bit more sbmo of it regretful 1allof it pungent and logical from Van Brooks point ot view and a Kent was no rock not to be moved r by tho small tempest of disappointed vicarious ambition Wherefore he camped when he could though only to i begin the cthlcan balUe all over again to light and wander among the tombs In the valley of Indecision for a week and a day eight miserable twirling of the earth In space during which log terval ho was Invisible to his friends and Innocuous to his enemies On the morning of the ninth day Editor Hlldrcth telephoned Miss Van Brock to ask if she know where Kent could bo found The answer was a rather anxious negative though the query could have been answered af firmatively by the conductor and mot orman of an early morning electric cur which ran to tho farthest out skirts of the eastern suburbs of the city Following n boyish habit he had never fully outgrown Kent had Ionce more taken his problem to the open and the hour otter luncheon time found him plodding wearily back to the end of tho car line jaded dusty and stilt from much tramping ot the brown plain but with the long duel finally fought out to some despairing j conclusion Tho city hall clock was upon tho stroke ot three when the inbound trol t leycar landed him in front of the Clarendon It was a measure of hIs purposeful abstraction that he went I on around the corner to tho Security j bank dusty and unpresentable as he t was and transferred the packet of in i criminating affidavits from tho safety I deposit hex to lib pocket before going to his rooms In the hotel This paper weapon was the centering point of the struggle which had now I luted for nearly a fortnight So long I as tho weapon was his to use or to cast away the outcome ot tho moral conflict hung in the balance But now bo was emerging from the night wan derings among the tombs of the undec- Ided I cant give Ittip there is too much nt stake be muttered as be trudged heavily back to the hotel And before he went above the stairs he asked the young woman at the house telephone 9 exchange to ascertain It Governor rooks were In his office at the capitol t and It so If he w jre likely to remain I there for an hourIWhen hj wrltlnJ1toLbbf LJ r a bath That which lay before him called for fitness mental and physical and cool sanity In other times ot stress as just before a critical hour la court the tub and tho cold plango bad been his fillip where other men i resorted to tho bottle He was struggling into clean linen i and tho packet was still lying where he had tossed It on entering when a bellboy came up with a card Kent read the namo with a ghost ot a smile relaxing the caredrawn lines about his mouth There are times when a mans fate rushes to meet him and he had fallen upon one of them Show him up was the brief di rection and when the door of the elevator cage clacked again Kent was waiting His visitor was a man of heroic proportions a large man a little breathed as it seemed by the swift upward rush of tho elevator Kent ad mitted him with a nod and tho governor planted himself heavily in a chair and begged a light for his cigar In the matchpassing ho gathered his spent breath and declared his errand I think we have a little score to settle between us as man to man Kent ho began when Kent had clipped the end from his own cigar and lighted It In stolid silence Possibly that Is for you to say was tho unencouraglng reply Ducks rose deliberately walked to the bathroom door and looked beyond It Into the bedroom Wo an quite alone If that Is what you want to make sure of said Kent In the same Indifferent tone and tho governor came back and resumed his chairI came up to see what you want what you will take to quit he an nounced crossing his legs and locking the hugo hamlike hands over his knee That Is putting it rather ab ruptly but business Is business and we can dispense with the prelimInar- Ies I take It I told your attorneygeneral some time ago what I wanted and he did not sec fit to grant It Kent responded I am not sure that I want anything nowanything you have to offer w HE JAMMED THE FIREEND OF HIS CIGAR AMONG TIlE FINGERS OF TilE GRASPING HAND This was not all he had Intended to say but tho presence of the adversary was breeding a stubborn antagonism that was more potent on the moral side than all tho prickings ot con science The yellowlidded eyes of the gov ernor began to close down and the look came into them which had been there when be denied a pardon to a widow pleading for the life of her convicted son I bed hoped you were In the market he demurred It would bo bet ter for all concerned if you had some thing to sell with a price attached I know what you have been doing and what you think you have go hold of Its a tissue of mistakes and false hoods and backbltlngs from beginning to end but It may serve your purpose with the newspapers I want to buy that package ot stuff youve got stowed away in the Security vaults The governors chair was on one sldo of the writingtable and Kents was on the other In plain sight between the two men lay the packet Bucks was willing to bargain for It was en closed In a box envelope bearing the imprint ot the Security bank Kent was looking steadily away from the table when ho said What If It Isnt for sale Dont you think It had better bot I dont know I hadnt thought much about the advisable phase of It Well the time has come when youve got it to do was the low toned threat But not as a matter of compul sion said Kent coolly enough What is your bldl Bucks made It promptly Ten thousand dollars and you promise to leave the state and stay away for ono year from the first Tues day In November next That is until after the state election Kent blow a whiff of smoke to tho ceiling and shook his head slowly It Is not enough the governor uncrossed his legs crossed them the other way and said Ill make It twenty thousand and two years Or thirty thousand and three ytars Kent suggested amiably br suppose we come at sncc to tho end of that string and say one hundred thousand and ten years That would still leave ynu a fair jrlce for your block of suburban property In full ford and Hawks addition to tho city of Guston wouldnt It1 The governor set his massive jaw with a sharp little click of the teeth You are joking on the edge of your grave my young friend I taught you In Caston that you were not Ng enough to fight me do you think you are big enough now i dont think I know said Kent Incisively And since you have 10 tarred to the Oaston days let mo ask If I ever gave you any reason to be- lIeve that I could be scared out Keep to tho point retorted Bucks enoughIof the fence I could make It too hot to hold you without mixing up In It myself but I choose to fight my own battles Will you take 20000 spot cash nnd MacFarlanos job as circuit judge when Im through with him t Yes or no No Then what will you take Without committing myself In any sense I might say that you are get ting off too cheaply on your most liberal proposition You and your friends have looted a JOOOOOOO railroad andYou might have stood In on that It you had taken Gullfords offer was tho brusk rejoinder There was more than a corporation lawyers salary in sight If youd had sense enough to seeItPossibly But I stayed outand I am still out Do you want to get In Is that your price I intend to get In though not perhaps In the way you have In mind Are you ready to recall Judge Mac Farlane with instructions to give ua our hearing on the merits Tho governors face was wooden when he said Is that all you want I understand MacFarlano Is returning and you will doubtless have your hearing In duo seasonNot unless you authorize It Kent objectedAnd it I do If I say that I have already done so will you come in and lay down your arms NoThen Im through Give me your key and write mo an order on the Se- curIty bank for those papers you are holdingNo said Kent again- I say yes came the explosive reassertion and Kent found himself looking down the bright barrel of a pistol thrust into his face across the tableFor a man who had been oftenest an onlooker on the football halt of life Kent was measureably quick and resourceful In one motion bo clamped the weapon and turned it aside In another ho jammed tho fire end of his cigar among tho fingers of the grasping hand Tho governor jerked free with an oath painex torted and Kent dropped the captured weapon into the table drawer It was all done in two breaths and when It was over Kent flung away the broken cigar and lighted n fresh one That was a very primitive expedient your excellency to sty the best of It he remarked Have you noth ing better to offer The reply was n wildbeast growl and taking it for a negative Kent went on- Then perhaps you will listen to my proposal The papers you arc so anx- Ious about are heretapplng the envelope on the table No dont try to snatch them you wouldnt get out of here alive with them lacking my leave Such of them as relate to your complicity in tho Universal 011 deal are yours on one condition that your health falls and you get yourself ordered out ot tho state for the remain der of your term No thundered the governor Very well you may stay and take a course of home treatment If you pre fer Its optional By God I dont know what keeps me from throtUing you with my hands Ducks got upon his feet and Kent rose also slipping the box en velopo into his pocket and laying a precautionary hand on the drawer pullThe governor turned away and walked to the window pursing hIs burned fingers When he faced about It was to return to tho charge Kent what Is it you want Say It in two words Candidly I didnt know until a few minutes ago governor It began with a determination to break your grip on my railroad I believe You can have your railroad If you can get itand be damned to it and to you toot I said It began that way My sole idea In gathering up this evidence against you and your accomplices was to whittle out a club that would make you let go of the TransWestern For two weeks I have been debating with myself as to whether I should buy or break you and half an hour before you came I went to the bank and took these papers out meaning to go and hunt you up Well said the governor and tho word bared his teeth because his lips were dry- I thought I knew in the old Gaston days how many different kinds of a scoundrel you could be but youve sue ceedod in showlnmo some new varia tions In the last few minutes Its a thousand pities that the people of a great state should bo at the mercy of such a gang of pirates as you and Hen dricks and Mciga and MacKarlano andIt Break it off said Bucks Im through I was merely going to add that I have concluded not to youThen its to be war to tho knife is IU That Is about the size of It said Kent and the governor found his hat Ill trouble you to return my prop erty ho growled pointing to the ta bio drawerCertainly Kent broke the revolver oVer the blotting pad swept the ejected cartridges into the open draw er and passed the empty weapon to 1U owner When be door closed ttfilnl nt outgoing visitor tho victor in the ataaV passage at arms began to walk the floor but at four oclock which was Hlldreths hour for coming downtown he put on his hat and went to climb the three nIghts of stairs to the editor den In tho Argw building CHAPTER XXIV DEAD WATER AND QUICK The cubbyhole In which Hildrcdta earned his bread by the sweat of nil brain was dark oven at midday and during working hours tho editor sat under a funnelshaped reflector In a conic shower bath of electric light which flooded man and desk and left the corners of the room in a penumbra of grateful twilight Kent sat just outside of the cone of radiance watching Hlldrcdths face u tho editor read stolidly through the contents of tho box envelope It waa an Instructive study In thought dynamics There was n gleam ot battle satisfaction in tho editorial eye when Hlldrcth faced the last sheet down upon tho accumulation of evidence sayingYou didnt overstate the fact in your brag about the political graves Only this isnt a spado Its a steam shovel Do t understand you arc glr lag me thee stuff to use as I please Just that said Kent And you havo made it servo your turn too No Kents voice was sharp and crispIsnt that what you got It tort Yes Then why dont you use IU That was what Bucks wanted to know a little while ago when be came to my rooms to try to buy ml off I dont think I succeeded in maklwg him understand why I couldnt trafflo with It and possibly you wouldnt under standI guess I do Its public property and you couldnt divert it Into private channels Is that the way It struck youIt is the way it struck a friend ot mine whoso sense of ultimate right and wrong hasnt lost Its tine edge In the worldmill I did not want to do It Naturally said tho editor Giv lag it up means tho loss of all you have been working for in tho railroad game I wish I could uso it just as It stands Cant you- I am afraid not effectively It would make an issue in a campalcn or sprung on the eve of an election it might down tho ring conclusively 1 think It would But this Is the off year and the people wont rlso to apolitical issuo couldnt make thoUi selves fait If they should- I dont agree with you You have your case all made out with the evi dense In sound legal form What II to prevent your trying In The ono thing that you ought to hi lawyer enough to see at a glance There is no court to try it In With tho assembly In session we ought to do something as It is we can only yap at the heels of the rlngsters and our yapping wont help you In tho rallroa4 fight What do you hear from Moo tonNothing new The stock Is still flat on tho market with tho stockholders pool holding a bare majority and tht Plantagould brokers buying in driblets wherever they find a small holder who Is willing to let go It li only a question of time and a very shots time at thatTo De Continued It IVatnt the Sermon A young preacher in an uptovri church was much struck one Sunday by the seeming effect his sermon was having upon one of his congregation t shabbygenteel man with white hair who during tho entire discourse 111I with head bowed in deeply reverent attitude After the service the win later pushed his way to tbo man aM proudly said I am glad to note that toy sermon affected you Did it make you see the error of your ways 0 it wasnt that said tho mss sheepishly You see my waistcoat Is too short and I had to bend onto hide my shlrtN Y Sun Unconvinced Ho met his sweetheart of byegon years She had greatly changed bal was still coquettish Do you remember she asked that lock of hair which I gave you just b fore wo parted t Ho frowned Remember itt ho cried I ghoul say I did Years afUrwaids my will found It among my papers and ha been fussing over it ever since And what did you tell he- rII told her it must have been a souvenir of a lamented dog Goodness And what did she 8aTT She said she had never heard of dog with golden hair CassellB Journal its a Pity An Englishman and an Irlshnta while having their dinner In a reitai rant got into conversation Tho En llshman bad only ono leg and Pat rather inquisitive inquired bow hs had the misfortune to lose It Think lug to have a join at Vats expenses the Englishman replied I was al ways given to understand that my greatgrnn mllher was Irish and the Irish blood from her settled In mj leg and sooner than have any Irish blood in mo I had the leg cut off Shnra then said Pat Its a pity It didnt settle In your head Cassclli Jour nal SymptomI seew hUSbancllI Hyacinths Narcissus I Crocus Tulips I Palmt RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 RICHMOND KYr J ICutDesigns Flowers IDecorations +o4O+o+o+od o+o+odo +ohod o+o +oho +ot o+oo+o+o+oho +o+o t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON I iIshere andevery housewife wanta one or more Z o now + FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING it= I IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD i New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machine t+ S15 E3O and 35 worth MO y6O and iii 0 7sNlghtbone1746t p ORUTOHER EVANS I o+o+o Carriage Satisfaction T HereUBuggies Our Yahlees ate fIery one FLAWLESS in wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could gira the satisfaction carriage invariably give We repaint repair and retiro Got our prices 4IKENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond JCr 1 t Is a fine art You cant do it without having just the right sort of Furniture and just the right amount We have all the things you want make your house into a home i O Next to the Mill Phone ifAil+tAk1t 1I111SlkkiC11S1AkkAilA76 Call at T J MoborleyB and see the boat line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call nod get prices they will Induco you to buy T J MOBERLEY V Richmond Ken- tuckyMonurneni URNS HEADSTONES Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in a workman like manner at reasonable jiriceH and with dispatch All our work in guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Colllni Streets r PhaetonsRunabout3 Surriea JTraps DurabloJ rhoNoR 4KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKGKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKGetting LOUIS LESTERII STATUARYor DR W G BEST 1IDENTIST CITY IMIONi 103 I OFFICE OVER POT OFFICE S RaBAKERDentist I II O Snntncomo BarKY Office hours from 8 to 4 City Phone 123 t Teeth extnrud without piJn8onoofom I C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND f UNDERTAKER Successor to B K Robinson All calls promptly attended k h sight and day- 1Tolophone No 4 Beren Ky- IgKKKKKKKnrrKKrrrrKv I ztat I I i The Citizen I BEREA KY A weekly paper devoted to K the interests of the Mountain Fx errs of Kentucky 11 JIi Great Premiums for New a X Subscriptions WANTED iAdvertising Rates will be V furnkfced on application 1t111111t1111i1i11hilltilltllhAilllitlt a- i 1 i oooeoooooeooeoeooeooeoeoaosoeoeoeoaooeoooe 00i Berea and Vicinityo 0 o 0 0 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e 0 0I 000000000008000000000oeoeoooo TAKE NOTICE 1 tComing November 27 FANNING 1 13est temperance Bjienker who spring1Evoryhody at now College Chape Tuesday night November 27 7 p in Tho Conversation Club will meet on Friday nltflit Novembsr 30th at 7 oclock with Mr and Mrs Stout The subject tor dteciiMlon IB The rapid prugrvn r of madam missions an en couragement to pray for the evmiRull Kitlan of the world 1rrclilrnt them will preach In tho Union Church tat Similar morning Allan Mobloy died Hits morning i at the liowpitnl Ho was n hludont of Boron Collage lust year and was lust winlor 1UO Mr Curry of Jrbnnn 0 will oponk nt tho colored schoolhouso Sunday nftornoon 280 oclock Mr Curry Is ono of tho bUIlt fijHinkorH in tho country and nil who can should como out anti hear him Mrs 11 U and C F Hstwon hUll rttanwd home from a vtelt In Run IJrMtadL Mr Wayne Witaan WM a visitor litre Saturday and Sunday Mrs Us l 11 Cornelteon who liven about three muss from IIMV on the Illcbiuoml itlka U reported M laving tMtbolil veryIII madecMuch oompliilni to bring inside abort Uw live stock lace on the misklflatslaw fmrVinebstrwith his fuller sad uiuihcr Will lira mm man uivttt operator at tUt depot WWI lu Rk Tiinoiiil Friday afearMr J 11 Itlrbrlsn Is rapidly Ink rc0i und will noun IK able to rteeeu Hs dudes in tin arum Fanninguer ICvttrJboCon K IlL 111fI Twslny night Nov mJtares under tin l1CJeuITt WIM a large crowd In utindaitc thetrIweretlJliniU of Kurjr Pmm are glad to lnjf ihit she II Ktilnu ulong no arkY wurklagItaa a lie It m curate to atMy BalleIhmatof tn r blnluLiy IlollldayWIne 4 I a IIhoreMrsnaltSfew wooj 8 l thisWeekWlnKl 0 I Oes la In London this week Justmovrdpure isaod from pea Shookloy Is vcrfsick t Mrs Bhlrd Dakor wishes to Inform MIssAdamsand she Is ready to soil them a hat t Intohitsof KlnsBion will move Into IIOUBO on Richmond pike recent IIIIheoeoupled by Mr VanWlnklo I and Mrs Hulph Dally wore vla with their brother and other In Daren last week Prestdent t Klelnnond wad hero hunting with Prof Saturdaylai Ruglslarsaid tlsshteatlon so lofty In purpose npponllng so earnestly to tho higher nature that It groatspeeches noxttDr Thomson holds communion ser e theNarrowmorning rIIIndloY8ember 9th nt 7 oclock It Is sure to hashadlIroollego president lecturer and traveler I HoIIl willrsaidti doubtedly tho hest ever delivered In our city It will certainly take wher ever wit pathos and eloquence are ap a preciated If ever any of my daughters cut off inny of their skirls I dont want them Jonosl r I i TO LOOK WELL IHOW Ily Dr Cowlry Why Is It one person looks neat In a suit of overfill while Another looks slovenly In a 10 aaP of broadcloth l Tho difference 1 snot In the face but In the carriage and poise How dots u penton stand hraulo walk Hit This Is what determine n mans ap poaranco und not tin shape of idc mouth or nose Men form their judgment of welt other largely by these liolnta of general appearance Whether this Is a correct wiv of judging or not matters little The tact stands that It Is too common way with instu A few general rulw for general oar riigo may be of service First To Btnnii roMl y place the heels closq together with tOM turn ed slightly out keen 1m straight and try to got the tnft + f the head as fIr from tho sldW i M near the clouds as possible vh ahnuldrnt and back will follow the head Second Sitting Keep tho lower end of UM nplno In contact Wlk It Inck of the chair and the head un as In sUndliur stralflhtbackedsit up lie down In 111 Third Deep breathing should nrartlsod at least once a day for tea minutes Take proper standing pool Ion and slowly fill tho lungs + the acme time raising tho stiff arms nldewise above tho heed atretrhlnr to the high est pooelble jioln qtnll ehoold try this simple little plan to drive away the drowilneM which comes on dining the evening study Fourth In ralKlng follow the rule of carrying the liana high Carry the weight of the body well forward on the balls of tho feet and not on the laMIA This gives elasticity and rare to the walk Hnnds should teat tIll side not In the pockets Walking U one of the lest exercises for busy mm for It takes no extra tins and roqnlr only thnughtfiilnMB for Its iwrfpct Ion Our general eerrinrr Is quite Import Inv from the atan lnoint of liMlih On vital onruit esix Hiv the heart and ItiiigK require a r rtiln amount of room In whlrh to do their work If that work Is to 10 t ina If thei work Is not well dan the whole eye tem suffers It is poMlblr foe nnn t0 ar ulr1 Il good rurlttre nrdn trtI fled fly apitrare oil It nfkins nn ef fort for It If wo w iil b mentally tlrrt and keen w T wlllnc tosp n years In vilnln r n rcit we ex iwHt onr banes tn rare for themwtes WP expect lood l will never happen A ngtreA I dv takes the name courn as nederted mind downward Ai rrrlntlmt of Kjrnninlliy To President Fret the Members of he Funilly Vorkirn and Workmen of tine oilIiI H n Krl ndN and Neighbors of Ilera whit have tends red us such expreesliinx or lilndnewn and r iipslliy In this tin timo of our rn- ix and wereavitncn we wish to ex rI sB our deM t Kratlinde Surrly It may lr truly luiliIin utranKers end vc tinik on In Qratefullv rourN- JMKA nrRORsa SADIE A IUTKGKSS Lire or MM nuHoiow Mrs Martha U DirreM who tMeed away last Thurscl + v November 15th was born In Nora Scotia January let I860 She wee rearrd In a Christian homo She wee married November 90th 1S71 to MrJ A Ilurgeas and lived for twentyfour tiara In Itoaton MOM After eomlnv to Hcrea this foil ollho stele and nnnblf to be prey enl she was received Into mambr ship of the Union Church The fiinar al service woro held In Mr DurgoMs residence tho Fee home and con ducted bv President Frost and Dr JV 13 Thomson TIIANKSfllVIMl IrrtliUnt 1nxlnmnlliui Kctllnjt Ajmrl tilt tray WASHINQTON Oct 3Tha time of year has como whoa in accordance with tho wise customs of our fore fathers It becomes my duty to SIt aside a special dav of thanksgiving and prayer to the Almighty of tho blessings wo hove received and of prayer that thins blessings may be continued Yet another year of widespread wellbeing lisa passed Never before in our history or In the hlat Itt of any other nation has a poo plu enjoyed more bounding material prosperity than Is ewers a prosperity K great that It should arouse in us no spirit of reckless nrldo and least of all u spirit of heedless disregard of our responsibilities but rather a sober sense of our many blessings and a resolute purpose under Providence not to forfeit them h any action of our own ponsablothothe foundation of taro national great nothlugtlonal life will bo as meaningless and foundatlouwellbeing must bo built a superstruc ture of Individual nnd national life otthopurity llaolf will in Uiolong run turn out a curse Instead of a blessing We should bo both reverently thankful for JurnostJybentgrace and not of destruction apartThursdaysupplicationon dovoutIdly theylaityuse these gifts nrhhtI niterGodSamJonesmouthSam I end eyeN oejogo oc o0ooaoBoooeOttOOO I o t College Items o 0 HERE AND THERE o oeoeoSoeoSoece00oeo6000eovMies sister of Mlaa Mary Pickering arrived Monday night She la from Ml Ver non 0 and expects to enter achooj Mr and Mrs R J Cowley of Loraln 0 are visiting their eon Dr Cowleyf Mlsa Dora Bly writes Prof Hdwards that toe expertsta lt In school this winter and will bring her nephew and several of her echo arq with her 9ie lisa been teaching near laugh Ky Air and Mrs It J Cowley Mrs R Cowley Mrs Hadiici and Mine ftxnJ ill were la Rlchm nd list Wednesday Mr Howard Shoemaker a member of the Ariel Quartet visited his itrwhile In Cincinnati Mr Gamble brought home with him a little poodle He says It 1i no bigger than a small sUed envelope James Combs wbo baa been In the hospital is convalescent ss hi also Miss Howard Miss Diugberty and Henry Combs are still quite sick John Henry wbo has been working at Cumberland Gap and Wllllamaburg returned lut Friday to take up his school work again Henry Smith who woe In school a few year ago visited Berea JutIweek He was on his way to Mexico where ho goes for his The Ariel Quartet made a very aucI cessful trip to Cincinnati singing Sal urday and Sunday under the auspices of the Clnclnnntt Y M C A Satur day morning they sing at the C H A D Railroad Shots Saturday night and Sunday morning at the Y M C A Sunday morning at the third Presbyterian Church and Sunday night at the Niuli Baptist Churoa At the latter church they were greeted by an enthusiastic audience of twelve hundred people From each audleoc they received a c rdlil lovltntlon to re turn Mr C S Mason writes I have only words of commendation fro ill who listened to the Quartet To Y M C As or churches desiring a quartet of quality whose voices truly bannonlse I recommend the Ariel Male Quartet- Dont forget the football game next TtiaakaKlvIng day Thursday Novem ber IItb Bvarbody come Why According to the manager your dlumi ItrHe ssys Its only twtmtyflve cents and on ThankllCfvlll hay nobody works and every onn can afford to spend a few quarters Dr Cook entertitned about a doe en members of his Ocrmnn clea on last Monday night ProtoCharllon who Pit hilt week is teaching In Highland College at Wllllamaburg Dr Thomson preaches In the Vppr- Chapel next Hsnd nht and Dr Cook In the T wer Chapel Dr Cooks subjoct will be Converslnn Miss Cretay Qidd lift Monday night for hiT home In Ci t na I Ton Mine Anna Pick rif or Xriiia 0 arrived Much nh t will assist In the presid iifn ff Irv rtu ilndir of the term The Mountain Cltizm of Mineha lev Ky says thit Vlsn Mutti Tllti shire one of the furm r rlred stud eats of Burnt la t icilne one of the blllt schools that th unty has ever knownMr Hudson lies just received word of the death of his sister In their old home In Nova Scotia on November 13th She has gone to meet her fathe who went before her last February to the better land- BURGLAR RAN FOR DOCTOR That the Woman Accidentally Shot Might Live Glasgow layA burglar going for a Iihyvlefcm that the woman accidentally shot when he was breaking into he homo might not cUe is ratmrted from Hardln oonnty Matt Santdge a ertp pie aud Ills wife were awakened b Uio burglars movements Seri his wIre plotted up firearms tmvealr- nthy odjaoent and commanded the Intruder to depart He declined and tJw couple began tiring Mra Sanldges skirt caught on UM trigger of her gnu and tho load entered her right thigh For Gods sake call a doctor San Idge cried to the burglar The man rainier departed at once and within a 1baheMrs Sanldges recovery Is considered fpsPeakUio attempted burglary OFFICIAL COUNT Of Kentuckys Vote Will Cause No I Changes It Is Predicted Frankfort KyThe democratic state oxtouUvo commission will canvass tho returns of tIle recent state primary and Issue certificates to the successful candidates There Is nd probability that the official figures will change tho result of any race It is predicted The only candidate net lie ing In Frankfort who has arrived to witness the official count Is M O Win troy of Moll A meeting of the state election commission was called for theIThe law says the count must be made that day whether tho returns are all In or not but Boone county JIM failed to report thus far and unless Ita returns are In by Monday Joo Khluock might lose his seat in congress Feudist Feltners Trial Lexington Ky Advice from Ilentty vlllb state that tho case of Mose Felt nor of Hamilton O formerly a Qroathltt county foudlst who Is charged with plotting to nssassloato Judge James Hargls will bogln lu the circuit court there t e SNEER CURLED HER RED LIPS AS SHE GAZED UPON THE DYING MILLIONAIRE The Bullet Speeded By Her Hand Laid Low Baroness Kills Proprietor- of New York Factory New York Nov 20Anlsla Louise Da Vernon declared by the police to be the Baroness de Massy a French noblewoman of high lineage and mar- rIed to a trend of Count non de CAB tellane fatally wounded E Gustave Simon millionaire proprietor of a manufacturing and Importing etab llahment at 604 Broadway by shooting him through the left lung with a bul let from a 32caliber revolver Mr Simon died at St Vincents hot pital from Internal hemorrhages caus ed by nit wound The baroness do Massy la now held at the Mulberry street police station on a charge of murder and will be arraigned In the Tombs police court Back of the murder of the mllllonlre tHe police belle from their InviU gations that a puczllng mystery still remain unraveled The sons of the slain man declare that the cause of the murder WM the trended pique of on excitable French woman at not re curing ISO a month in wages at tue time she desired The police how ever learned tram the woman that her husband ws mysteriously killed a number of years ago and that she came to American to seek revenge It la their belief that In a treaty she mistakenly attacked Simon for the man she sought as the aaeaMln of her husband When arrested she was rlcbly gowned and bejeweled and hind over 60 In bills In her possession Shot Down Her Victim The baroness shot down her victim during business hours In the presence of 46 screaming women employ and a number of men on the sixth hoot of the Holts building As Mr Simon tank dying to the floor the beautiful Parlalenne calmly hid the revolver In the folds of her gown and after gazing contemptuous ly at his prostrate body hurried through a door leading to the stairway and made her way down six flights of stairs to Broadway She was followed lay a suspicious employe of another I firm and by a witness of the tragedy in the elevator Aa she started to crow the crowded thoroughfare the eyewitnesses of the killing Informed PJ iceman James Rogan who took the woman by the arm arrested her and took her back to the scene of the hooting As they reached the second story Rogan reached down and picked up a brand new 32esllibr revolver As he dM so the woman gasped but said nothing She was taken JaI the dying man who said Yes thats the woman She shot me down1 Without trace of fear the fair man killer looked at Simon then turned sneeringly toward llogan and said It Is all untrue I did not shoot this man It would not be worth while I ask that you allow me to go to my homeWhen searched at the station 60 In bills anda number of letters signed E Qustav Simon were found In her possession TOO SOCIALISTIC Was the Initiative and Referendum For the National Grange Denver Col Nov OThe National Orange went on record ns opposed to IndonUp the Initiative and rotoven dun when a MioluUon favoring he tastitiition WM voted down Tho mat ter VU referred back to tho State Oranges upon toe contention that such an Uraoraltat on only bo put In op e by state fioverntneitte The ptItn apposition was to the propo sitters giving the peovle tho right to stall repreaeotatlvg offlolols tho orga in M being that thU was too soolalta tie The greater potllon of the ass liOn VTM devoted to the report of the exMnttva eqmmtttee and conslderatlmi of tha proposed revision of the grauge laws I MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 20 kJTLfc Extja 45 15525 60HOlS 450l70WHBATNo 48OATSNo2RYU No 2 choice 70 t 72 75ut1rTEnDalryAPPLESNew bbl 2 60 3 GO 00TODACCONow OlIICAQO HCOnNNo 38ftPORKKAHD Steam f 9 22y NEW Tons FLOUU Win 3 15 II 82jCORN 3PORKLARD Steam 9 45 9 D5- BAITUIORE I 7CVCORNOATSNo 2 mixed p 88 H LOUISVILLE 7CCORNOATSNo2 mixed 0 86 PORK Prime moss t16 50 LARD Steam i 9 UQ IXDIAXAPOLIS CATTLEPrlmb 5 IB 8 5 35 40SHEEPJCxtra K NI 3 jXGYrJR e- Nrf a Cum lilt Wlthdraws every particle orcllrt ian soap and Impurltlu from the porn elaering them tberosghty Aflowi the rich red blood to tWw freely to the chew A bakhyc- ogdidon of the akin fellows Its tee toe tad tao per Jar chile owrderyjerwvp- 4raalteetft o xaoo The Porter Drug Co INCOBPOIUTBD l ITheRoad to the Poor House I 8 Winds over the hill of procrastinn tion and leads into the valley of j lost opportunities Sf Avoid its Miseries Ic e Insuranceft I ITHE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE ICO OF BOSTON MASS e L 800000000eoo00008008080008080Q0808080808000o i I We Are Better Prepared than 0 I Ever BeforeRe n To please you as to quality o and price on Rain Coats o Overcoats Cloaks Jackets o and Furs Mens Rain Coats 1250 and 15- Overcoats o 8 10 1250 and 15- Ladies o Rain Coats 1250 0 and 15- Coats o and Jackets 3 to 0 1250 o Furs 1 up to 10 We can save you 25 percent on o these goods Our line of o furnishings is complete and owe guarantee to please evIery customer There areemany methods of doing business but we believe o honest goods at fair prices o is the best We invite you to see our oa oWewhen your purchases reach 10 or over It pays to save t0 Yours Respectfully i The New Cash Store- o iHarris Rhodus Co BEREA KY e0 alOM0 0e0 0 0Oq0t0Ci0001gbIt041000A1p O00oooQ Fall and Winter Millinery and Notion This business which has bean conducted by Mrs Fish has been bought by Mrs S R Baker and will be conducted by Mrs Baker in the same place See announcement of opening day in this weeks CitizenI CORNER MAIN AND CENTER STREETS r4 t The Citizen ft fi rally newspaper for all that U right true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Beret Ky i BEREA PUBLISHING CO E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr t Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IS ADVANCE d One Year laWsix Mmth Three Month J Send taoaey Iostoflice or JUprtM Money i KcgUlereJ Letter or one and Iwo teat amps The date aftet your name on label stows to i what date rear Hbneription h paid If it is not changed within three w k renewal i ootllyus t MlHfnl numbers ulll be gladly mppllol if n- are ntllled Beautiful p4ctures siren si plea lutea to all stew subcetber- aIIberattetrnagventoany who obtains new utucriptiont for us Any one tending ua four yearly subscriptions can receive The Gtiaen free for one year Advertising rates on application Vonder how long it will take us to become used to tho puro food when wo finally get Itr when automobllo andballoon rac ing becomo too tame thorn remains the submarino boat Kansas will gladly Itself of any kind of help in harvesting Its corn crop so long as It is husky Milliners will rejoice to hoar that 15000 songbirds and parrots hero been Imported from Europe According to Dr Parkhurst a man can be wicked without being rich Yes but it doesnt pay to be So Boston has a now antispitting 4 ordinance But who would bavo E thought that Boston needs such a law I Now that eggs are suspected of har boring disease germs it seems to be tip to the puro food commission to label them King Edwards fame is not dimin ishing Following up the hotel and cigar idea somebody has named a xiccktlo after him As a world power Japan should not bo surprised at the Information that wo have in this country a consldora blo number of boxers Alfred O Vanderbilt says that rich men love their wives just as poor mon do Some rich men lovo other mens wives just as poor men dont A Brazilian count astonished his guests by leaping into a den of lions Tho effect upon the lions must also have been stunning for tho lions took the count Gen Kuropatkin has written a bls I tory of the war between Russia and Japan None of the Japanese genorals apparently thinks it 7s necessary to do any writing on the subject Burbank has producedan apple that Js red and sweet on ono side and yel low and sour on tho other What a popular apple this will be with the schoolboy of the future whose best girl may like sweet while bo likes sourThe new evening dress cost in Lon don will bo a blue swallowtail with brass buttons That will be the real Daniel Webster coat which exMayor 11 Curtis father used to wear and It Is to bo hoped that the buff waistcoat will go with It A story comes from Kansas that a negro is turning into a watermelon but wo cant help thinking there is something twisted about this story If tho turning into were turned the other way around it would sound more convincing An Oklahoma woman has vowed that she will never cat again until her husband Is converted As the man when last heard from was still bold ling out be must be a miserly wretch I who plans to save the food hla wife i would otherwise cat t At UnIon town Pa a man who was 1 charged with bigamy begged that the Authorities would put him in jail with out a trial because he was afraid to meet his wives in court It Is dIm I cult to understand how a man with i as much wisdom as that could make the mistake of committing bigamy I a Such arothe uncertainties of fame I tot many years ago Sir Redvers Bul ler was regarded as ono of tho treat Salt soldiers la the British army But tile manner in which Sir Redvers on k ducted tho campaign for the relief ot 4 wartr war office In London and ho was side- trackedt Ills complete disappearance t trom active service remarks the Troy r byoJI Tho post office departments Idea of printing special sUmps for the 26 f largest post office with the names of the dtles for which the stamps aro issued running across the face and oft overprinting ordinary stamps for tho retnalulnr post offices of the thrco highest classes about GOO offices with the name of tho place and ab breviated state name will give phil atelists a new field of enterprise If they care to enter It A complete col Section of United States stamps then f oftwould be a big onoand almost as 1I Before long the students of geog1 raphy will have to add a new r the list of streams in Africa The duko 1 of Abruzzl who has been exploring the region of the MountsJjis of tho s Moon has found a river that II maneii I1 Artliitir in t1t flatter nf ues iirt By JOSIAH OLDFIELD m HAVE no quarrel with the school of ascetics Tlio conquest of every passion must always be an object of respectful rov cronep There arc those who hero reined tho cravings of appe tits so that a piece of broad and n glass of odor satisfy all the desiree of the body For these I have no niessngo There are others and thoy form the greater bulk of UII rotljjoysisfaction nnd rise from it again with a heartfelt of thankfulness for nil the good things they have so thoroughly enjoyed- I I throw my lot unhesitatingly with those who rejoice over the bounti ful gift that tho earth offer for mans sustonance and only modify my rap tares by agreeing with the wise man when ho says Better is n dinner of herbs and pence withal than a stalled ox and enmity therewith If then feeling is a tiling of pleasure as well na a thing of neces sity it is worth while cultivating it as something of value and moro pre cious than the mere possession of much gold There are today a rapidly growing number of men and women of ar tistic temperament and aesthetic tasty to whom the joys of clean feeding and dainty living are appealing more and icore strongly anti who are de mantling that their food shall harmonize with their aspirations about beauty and not disgust them with revelations as to its unsavory origin This is the class to which my message is meant slid for whom I haves word of helpful teaching For nearly n quarter of a centruy I have oaten no fresh food and so I have tested fully nnd for myself in practice both sides of the question I am not a vegetarian and have no sympathy with ninny of the fool ish fads which are being promulgated under that title but AB a fruitarian I am moro and more conscious that the progress of the higher duwos is from coniivorism towards fruitarianism from mealeating towards fruit I eatingIn tho realm of fruits there is life and sustenance as well as art and I beauty From A dietary wisely welded from the vegetable world there is hopo for the confirmed dyspeptic color to be regained by tho waxen 1 I white anaomtc strength to be won anew by tho devitalized and debilitated complexion to be touched afresh with tho bloom of health and life to be lengthened and pain overcome I It is froth our food that every cell of our body is built up again and again go that if we use beautiful and healthy fOOt we may rightly hope in time to possess more completely beautiful and healthy bodies I A w11uugl1t nn our lt1tfiuis11 r1 I1niti By DR NEWELL DWIGHT H1LLIS i I Nothing is moro beau tiful than an excess of bloom promifo and as piration in youth But when the youth coals to old age the man gray looks back over hiS past and realize that not onetenth of what he had planned has been I achieved IAnd in character we are plans not cathedrals cartoons not pictures sketches not perfect drawings bundles of resolva rather than groat minds and hearts in whom morality is automatic and truth and good ness unconscious because native But it is nothing against a taw that in its ambition to do great things it unrolls moro blossoms Ulan it can ripen fruit It is nothing against a man or woman that their aspirations out run their achievements For a man made in the image of God who carries eternity in his heart and has a million years in which to fulfill his dreams it is all right to hitch the wagon to a star Moses was very much depressed an hour before the died because his plans were unfulfilled lInt when Christ came i to the Mount of Transfiguration it was Moses who appeared to Him and I had come to help plan the new ideal commonwealth It seems that Moses had been building cities in Gods summer land After a thousand years of experience he brought his wisdom and success for encouragement to Jesus Christ in tho hour when lie was on His Mount looking across into His promised land for Christ was not to build Ills new palaces of peace in the life that now is but in the life that was to come What if the gifted youth be denied his chance What if the poets songs be unsung What if the reformers dreams be unfulfilled What if the mother must die before her children achieve their success What if Moses never builds hIs Jerusalem in the Promised Land God understands the blossom Ho does not have to see each bud ripened into the perfect fruit It is given to an earthly parent to be cofitented with the childs intention and purpose And if we being evil see far off and future things done by our little children is not God able to see the plan perfected that we never can see know not where Jim Islands lift their fronded palms In air 11only know I cannot drift beyond his love and care w11r 3mmntfattfjj uf t11r nul By REV JUDSON TITSWORTH Milwaukee I grown i The reality of personal immortality 11 tho persistence of moral intellect Tim conception came with the higher develop ment of man It became more noticeable when the spiritual and moral laws were more strictly fol I lowed and when the peo pIe studied the personal individualities of their fellow men I The development of man U a development of his spiritual being and a widening of his religious intellect Many of the obscunq heavenly mys teries then become clear to him and his spiritual knowledge enables him to unravel many of the higher mysteries Perhaps the greatest mystery in religious life is tho mystery of the atIis not seriously believed by deep religious thinkers A clear while light will penetrate a glass window which will dcfa green yellow or bluer ray a so wilf the spotless soul penetrate ithc benraily atmosphere whenths un 1 clean ono will bo unable f t WHY DUAL TARIFFS IMPORTANCE OF STARTING RIGHT ON THAT QUESTION Whenever Foreign Discrimination Compels Us to Adopt Two Differ ent Sets of Schedules a MIni- mum Tariff Should First De Established as a Basis Efforts have boon made from time to thno In those columns to point out tho radical difference between n minimum and maximum tariff systom and a max imum and minimum system Tho needs sity for omphnsiilug this distinction becomes apparent In view of the fact that substantially all tho plans and schemes formulated for socalled reci procity arrangements are based upon a maximum tariff from which a min imum tariff Is to bo created by moons of reduced rates of duty Almost without exception the advocates nf a startlOUttion The United States bee no maximum tariff The only tariff U line is tho minimum that is to say tho single sot of duties adopted in 1507 as ade quato for tho protection of American labor and industry All the countries which have adopt ed a dash tariff have created nvaxl mum rates for trading purposes They make their tariff duties higher than normal by from SB to 100 per cant In Order that they hare something to dicker with After they have made concessions for tho sake of advantages to bo gained In export markets their tariff rates aro only brought lock to the normal Thuro bas been no real reduction Tho United Statue cannot play this pamo of marking up anti marking down tariffs under our existing tariff eye tem It inns nothing but minimum tar lit to operate with It has nothing to swap Therefore say tho reel proelty people let us install a dual tariff system a maximum and a mIn- imum Right here would come In the ques Lion of the Vital distinction between a maximum awl minimum tariff and ft minimum and maximum tariff If the existing schedules are to bo the maximum from which reductions may be made In favor of Imports from countries which grant to our exports their lowest tariff ratM that III mo thing If however the existing echI ules are to be held aa UM minimum to be Increased as against Imports from countries refusing to grant to our exports their lowest rates that I is another and a very different thing In the first case HlImaxlI must and minimum w should have a continually changing and unstable system of tariff duties Tile producer who today operates under a 60 irI cent ad valorem duty which Insures his market and under that duty rate contracts a year ahead for his tabor and raw materials may tomorrow or next week or next month find thAt Ib executive authority contorted by not of congress tho duty into has been reduced 20 per cent and Is now i 40 per cent ad valorem instead of 60 per cent That would amount to aI net reduction of ton per cent in tho soiling price of his product Of course ho could not continuo to pay the same rate of wages and tho same prices for raw materials Ho must shut down his works lay off his work people and stop buying raw materials or else reduce wages We are not now arguing for the reton tion of tho existing tariff schedules That is not tho question What wo aro endeavoring to make clear Is the fact that under a maximum and minimum ofIhave a dual tariff at alland very probably we must have two sets of schedules If wo aro to be prepared to punish countries dlnsrimlnatlng unfair ly against our exports wo should havo a minimum nnd maximum and not a maximum and minimum tariff I Whatever may bo our schedule of duty rateswhether the present Ding Icy rates or lower rates or higher rates that schedule of rrtes should bo the minimum the Irreducible minimum Tho Interests alike of production and employment of employer nnd em ployed of wage payer and wage earn er of capital and labor of the farmer or tho miner who markets raw ma tennis tho manufacturer who buys these raw materials and the artisan who works them up into finished prod ucts ready for consumptionall those Interests absolutely require a stable tariff and irreducible minimum of duty I ratesAs a rule tho advocates of n maxi mum tariff system Intend through that i system to bring about a material re ductlon of the existing tariff rates i Tho American Reciprocal Tariff league fur example mazes no secret of that Intention Pretty much all i tin reciprocity shouters are aiming I rt tho same mark allaround tariff ro ductlon Some protectionists are lend ing their sanction to dual tariff reciprocityIeach and every one of these schemes I has been devised as an Indirect method of securing a general reduction of tariff rates and a larger competition of foreign products in tho American market To these protectionists we hope to mako clear that there Is a vital distinction between a maximum and minimum tariff and a minimum and maximum tariff In minimum and maximum only is safety EXPORTED MANUFACTURES Why Wage Earners Will Vote for Pro tectloh It is curious to noto tho pathetic persistence of tho Now England tariff reform organrfj of which tho Huston Herald is chief It admits that the tariff reform Issue Is nowhere to bo mndo a stato issue this year In clean out fashion not oven in Massnohu sotto This evident popular disin clination to hoar moro of the subject does not dolor tho esteemed Herald however It goo on to present the staple argument ot tho revisionists which Is that wo no longer need a tar lit because we are oxportlng manu factures It cites the export figures 101000000 worth of Iron and steel 00000000 worth of wood and manu factures therefrom 53000000 worth of cotton goods 41000000 of leather and goods mado therefrom 26000 0011 worth of agricultural Implemonts at export prices US000000 worth of cars nnd carriages and 10000000 of scientific instruments and BO on The Herald does not believe late protectionist assertion that thoio ox ports represent almost entirely the surplus product of our milts and that It Is sold abroad at the prices pre railing abroad merely because it swells tho output and not only assists to reduce the coat but enables the manufacturer to keep las mill In steady operation whleh the homo market sometimes Is not broad enough unaided to accomplish Not only tile manufacturer but the work er Is tho gainer If the Horatd does not bellovo the manufacturers rep resentations on this subject let It Interview the workers say tor ox ample In the tin mill And what would the roduttion or abolition of the tariff do The export trade would go the other way then Instead of holding all our own market sad selling Europe our surplus wo should then see ICurofo hoMIng Its own market and selling us Its sur plus Wouldnt the American wage earner rather see his own products- going out than Ruropoan products coming In T We think he would And thats why he vote the Republican congressional ticket PitUburg Praia TRYING TO BREAK IN It Does Make Votes If the inspired campaign book would explain how a carpenter a far item a hotito painter a plumber a stone mason a bootblack n team ster a ditch digger a hotel employe a domestic servant a railroad opera tile a retail grocer a clerk a lawyer a newspaper than a clergyman a physician or others that might be mentioned bonoflt by tho tariff It might mako votesSpringfold News There Is not one among the avoca tlons named which is not benefited by a protective tariff not ono among the millions who pursue those avooatlont that Is not hotter paid better em ployed bettor fed better clothed and bettor housed than ho could posilhlj bo If we had no protective tariff ThIs Is true of tbo mechanical trades of tho common laborers of tho profcs slonal men of tho bootblack the newspaper man tho railroad opora servant the grocer thcf clerk tho teametortrue of each and all of them It Is true of tho Springfield News Itself Wo dont know whether that tariffhaling sheet was on earth In 180397 but If It was It has only to compare Its receipts and profits today with tho receipts and profits of that dismal freetrade period in order to determine as In tho in direct benefits of protection Aa a matter of fact every man engaged In business and every man engaged In gainful occupation la benefited I For First Voters to Consider A protective tariff is a sharply de- nnedI question in the campaign of 180G First voters must necessarily divide i upon It Do they wish to protect American wages and Industries from foreign competition or open wide the ports to the products of cheap foreign labor admitting it free from any duty of a homo protective nature Do first voters prefer to make the next house Democratic and so cut off the present administration from legislative support during Its last two years Those aro practical bulnoss questions for 1500000 first voters who are them selves for tho most part just engag ing In business This year over GO 000 voters In Missouri are entitled to take part In their first state and con gresslonal election Yet there are Bourbons who insist that this state is necessarily Democratic and that an old party label Is of moro consequence oven to Its young men than a living Issue It Is a false view and fresh surprises are In store for such hidebound belittlement of political duty and opportunity St Louis Globe Demos t I vl= = THE CIGARETTE HABIT home Plain Facts Regarding This Lit tIe Destroyer of Young Mankind We hold no inlet for tho oignrotto nor do we fall to recognize llio fact that smoking by Juvonllos Is an evil but the COM for rwHttdylnp the ovllj IB not helped by doubtful state monlsIEverybody knows that tobacco In n poison and tho auggoatlon theroforo that tobacco IH injurious beonuno ot KB Impurity or adulteration or boi causo poisons are added to it arq altogether beside tho Issue If the tobacco smoked were tttol purest possible lent tho evtl of mak IRe by Juveniles In my opinion would not be n whit the ISM If It Wore oU t orwlee there would be no uososdty i for aunureaelng such stoking so long na the youth was supplied with tHiroj tobacco Slag tobawo Is Itself a poison wej 7 newl BO further argument against Uulgenee In It by the Immature or Its I abuse by the grownup penos Wo can well believe that certain lobacoM nro more itolsonous than otlwra Utttl we much doubt whether aNhMMeea P moro Injurious than tobaoce Iteein are added to the manufactured leaf Flavorings and sw ttHttac wbi Btanewi well aa liquorice IIIINI anti glroerln are often added hat Uweol are hnnnlee compared with pure to bacon ItMlf- Statements I have been freely that morphine or wren cocaine la aalIed to ehtftp cigarette in order to lire 1 them Immediate soothing qimMUw or to soften the flavor uf on harahamoklng tobacco oUtef1accept such atAbnowiU nil events to cigarette I flvo or even six a peony I The tobacco In seek cigarette U etj an Inferior sad toexpeaafYt fctad j admit bat we have trot beat nbl to bit the smallest trees of foreign pal sons la souse very ebeap ttaiwtbm which we purchased only reemtly MM1 submitted to careful analysis Wii doubt whether It would pay to n IU such comparatively eipvaalv poi sine Opium la not cheap nor la eo raluc Tobacco of comma Quality la all cheepsIartam titan aa wb aa sale and unchecked potscwlng of Om child with tobacco chiefly In the font of etgsrette antoklng ngnlMt wblck the nation la naked to flad a remedy On what fines aach a reAdy caa tit mad effectual wtI are not sure It la obvlowi that c rtala persons nhibtt a rtldereat anecepilMHty to UM polaoaiona actton at tobaoeo ann In the emus eouniry oMhw Unnnajt FRANCE BECOMES FRIGHTONED fi Taking Up the Study of Effect of Alco hol on Body dcietitlfle Temperance InainMtlonts getting a atrwig foothold in Franco In the schools there are now toxt books covering the queaUon and tho government offers pities for UM beat sways on the question not only by school children but by mature nohol ars as well Temperance NllltallroutaJare bolng promoted in Croix Dlouo the gospel temperance propaganda now lion about 4000 re I claimed drunkards in Its ranks Re 4Gently GS leading ph lcians Includ ling offlcera of tho medical deportment the army and navy In limo dopartr mont of Klnlstorn signed a manifesto to Impress on tho people tho dnngorn of drink saying that the ravages of alcohol threaten tho very existence of the French nation And tim country whoro Innocent Al1IerlcanII C soothsayers declare there Is no drink problem bocatuo tho people drink puro harmless wino A Lesson In Etiquette Ono clgarotto flood has rooehtxl an admodltlon as to the etiquette of thofnauseous little things that will prob i ably last him his short and not very useful life With tho usual Indlffer once of hla class to tho tltnww of things ho strolled aboard the battle ship Texas cigarette In mouth whllo the crow was busily engaged In tnklnjf on powder Nobody noticed the Idiot for some minutes until ho fell under tho eagle eye of a detective attached to tho ship who mado a Jump for him snatched away the cigarette Hunt It over tho side Into tho water nail tnk t- Ing tho vn nntoroil offender by tho 1 collar yanked him up boforp llxecu tine Officer Wndhams who said limps r to him that ho will never forget ltd i6 Is n pity that tho cxacutlvo olllcer jcould not havo had more ciptarotto culprits to listen to his heated lecture A Grewsome Quip 0 Juggins Is In a terrific state of1 0 nervous alcoholism said ono unfoel Vqt Ing frlond Yes answered 1tlp outer lieale if sways used to be shaking for tho 1 t drinks Now bos drinking for thof shakes Washington Star For Soldiers on the March qs In tho Swedish army soldiers on tho i march have boon ordered f from spirit Oranges and toahnvol3 t + authoritiesI t f first wwwL FOR THE GARDEN Kinds of Hoes That Will Prove Useful In CUltivating Vegetables For general use in the garden I like a business hoo one that Is wide so as to cut ovor n largo surface or movo a good lot of rail nt each Htroko and sharp so as to cut deep and easy A goad file ought to be kopt near at land Hut we also want how that OIIIIoclaUyInplanting method They stand govern Inchon apart and will admit of work 1 HOGS IN VARIETY 1 Light and sharp 2 worn out hoe cut down fer weeds 3 onion hoe 4 new style Ing among tkem with n narrow Waded hoe I used to Ue an oW wall worn hoe am practically pink ItsI usefulness lied cut the blado dawn 1ntboUI HMOS so M to lanve It from erase to corner only two or two ami onehalf Inches wide sad the corners thontfeirw at KM neuU angle says wrltor In Farm and Fireside As loI the new style hoe It to surety sharp sad I believe of jwst tko right form to bo Mrrlcmbto for UM at a weeds In onions and other close planted stuff U Bhort with hoes of the tight kind It sees rfo be Mt nuMta of a cuttt to be ute teas wlta toe hoe INITIATIVE IN FARMING It Is the Ability to Originate New MeUtedi Wlwt N eailesl Initiative Is UM ability to Iwtfa a stew thing without that now thing being suggested by the aramile or the words of another Few people casiparathrcly leave this power of Itltiathre The OWN Unit lave Ilave UM ones that tend In new toatftrpriees TIle faculty to acquired by stsnty and by using methods to get tho wind oat of the rots Initiative la meeded on the tarts as well as else whore It Is n dlMruIt thing for a farmer to begin any entirely new process yet the beginning of a new process In farming IB often tevolu Uonory In its effects liteauM men Iflnd It to dlMcnlt to originate now thoughts la the reason why the do hrclopmont of the race bAA boron slow rap to tho last hundred years In which time this quality of the mind has beon CToatly stimulated Perhaps this line in Itself boon duo to ImltAUon tho world desiring to Imitate the men that liavo rnado grout successes by Initia ting now things In the domain of farming Ms Farmers Review wo bavo had tbo Illustrious example of melt men as have brought to light tho presence of the tubercle of the legu minous plants and thoso that havo shown tho way to raise subtropical plants In our northern climate Inltla tive In farming will yet give ua now processes of which our minds have not yet formed a conception COWPEAS FOR LAWNS Grown and Plowed Under They Help Oct Good Stand of Grass The guest value of cowpcos as a ni trogen gatherer and natural fertilizer lout long been known Their impor lance In making lawns should bo better understood Under tho most favorable conditions It la quite a seri ono task to got n lawn well started Tho usual result of digging the collar and grading the lawn Is that tho good toll la removed or covered with sub anil Cowpcaa will mellow such soil and put fertility Into it sooner and moro effectively than any other plant In the South cowpous aro exten sively used for this purpose In the vlllagcd and small titles ono sees a crop of cowpcas In front of the new housai everywhere Usually ono crop IB enough to prepare the soil for lawn grasscii but on very poor eoll two crops may bo required Tho coil Is thereby put Into tho right physical condition nitrogen and humus aro added and weeds are choked out completely NOTES Koop a keen eye on your hard earned cash laver hear of a harness thief leaving a troco behind him Tho man who wants to find fault neednt no a rule climb over his own fence Turn to tho right Is tho rule of tho road and It Ifl nlo tho only eafo rule of life Ono car of good selected seed corn hanging by tho husks In a cool airy place jirotoctvd tram mice nnd spar rowB Js worth alno In tho shock f Ffcrin Jouraa t It yoV i I 5- GOOD PAINT AS AN ASSET Farm Buildings Should Be Kept Well Protected to Prevent Loss Among all tho routine expenses of tho property owner thoro IB pond that yields moro satisfactory returns than good paint In this respect It Is like fire Insurance but with a difference Flro Is accidental and when an in sured building burns the Insurance company pays a good proportion of the cost of rebuilding nut when n building suffers for the lack of paint as It roust suffer If painting is neg lected tho ownoi hears the entlro lose It Is tho height it Improvidence therefore to allow a property to do toriorato for tho lack of a coat of good paint In season for paint Is not only a form of Insurance that pays Its own premiums but In tho Belling vnlno it adds to a building It Is an actual cash insect rho best time to paint Is It tho spring or tho fall when the weather IB settled and paint applied at the proper time will wear bettor and pro toot bettor than If applied at an un favorable season Par ordinary use there Is nothing superior to the bettor grades of ready mixed paints put on the market byIresponsible manufacturers They be bought anywhere In quantities and of any desired tint orI shade from local dealers A little in quiry regarding the local record tii any such paint offered for snle Mill usually unable the consumer to JtfdKo of Its quality So much for tho selection of tho paint Its application should be left to n goof painter who will get better roMults with logs material front any form of paint than the unskilled novloe can obtain WITCH A Description of This Valuable Medi canal Shrub Tho witchhazel Hainamolla Vii glnlana Is a shrub or siriall tree with n maximum height of 26 feet usually sending up from tho ground numerous diverging stems The bark Is light brown broken Into small thin ecalee and covers a hard closcgralnod wood light brown In color slightly tinned with red- tater In tko autumn as the leaves lire falling clusters of bright yellow Wlteh Hazel flowers appear upon the side of tho branches They oanh havo four long slender petals four short stamens and a twocolled ovary The fruit Is a woody capsule containing a single hard seod In each of its two cellsI Tho seed rlpons In tho fall following tho flowering and when the capsule bursts It Is hurled a considerable dis taneo Tho witch hazel Is found In low woods from Nova Scotia to Manitoba extending Its range as fat south as florldu and Texas Many auporstl tlons are connected with It Ily Its help hidden springs of water conS coaled treasure and rich ores are said to havo been discovered 1U magic power Is doubtless Imaginary but from Its bark and leaves distilled In alcohol A fluid extract la mado with remarkable soothing nnd healing prop erties MAKING ICE AT HOME How It Can Be Done During the Severe Cold Weather Secure several vessels with flaring sides like tubs half barrole or largo palls and clean them thoroughly Then when the first severe freezing wea thor sets In place these vessels flllod with clean well water to a depth ot ono foot in exposed places Ono or two nights of freezing will convert the water Into n solid cake of too and about 20 tubs will maxo a ton To secure clear Ice stir the water vigorously for n whllo before allow Ing to freezes to causo the air to leave It When i frozen solid sot the tub for a moment in some boiling wat or and the ftko can bo removed eas ily Place these blocks Into storage at onco and refill tho tuba A tow days of zero weather will in this way provide several tons of good Ico Four or five tons will supply an nvorago family for the entire summer It you have no good Ico house Farm and Homo suggests tho Inclosing of a storage bin In tho corner of tbo barn Build a box on tho north side ot tho barn and protect It with a good layer of straw or hay Provide for drainage and ventilation with an opening for removing tho ice at the top A space I ten foot each way will hold eight to ten tons Pack well In sawdust and cover tho whole with a pile of hay and you will havo ico all summer I If you over get land hungry Just gqtI at It and work what you have a tttttor You wont bo sorry t ti t THE GIRL IN RED f By H M Gardner NellIf you dont mind Im going totolodgo tonight Tho words wore out at last Not daring to look at liar I gulped tho teRming coffee and covertly over the edge of the cup gave her a quick glance Instead of tears greatly to my surprise a pleased expression Il lumined her taco Arising she swept over to mo and throw her arms lov agly about my shoulders Do go Jack It will do you good III not be at all afraid to remain acre Honest Noll I queried drawing hor on my lap and gazing at her quos tlonally Iloully wont you fool badly If I go Not tho least little bit I want you to go She was very Insistent on my go- Ing and later ai I walked to tho club I could not help thinking of her oagor new to get mo off Wo had been married but a taw months and this was the first night that I had loft her tone Nell Is one of those lovable clinging sort of women and I had ox pooled a bunt of tears and plaint that 1 no longer loved hor Her manner to say the least was surprisingly differ ent It puzzled mo Hut Nells actions however were soon forgotten At the club I was hailed as ono back from tho deed Tho lays crowded about mo chaffed good naturodly about giving tho old lady the slip and welcomed mo Into their midst with open arms There wore Initiations and never woro can didates put through more ridiculous stunts I enterer Into tho sport with the abandon of youth It seemed good to bo rrooto get out with tho boys again Once more I was the rookies funloving dovlltnaycaro follow that my friends had known The speeches and toasts woro un usally witty glasses clinked merrily and the glitter tho laughter tho song I guess went to my hondoA sort of rosent font against Nell for having kept me tied so closely to hor apron string crept Into my breast The banquet broke up but I did not to home The night air was glorious Never had I known night to possess such allarlnic carm A party of six kindred spirits Mt out to do the town The full moon riding high In lire heavens smilingly beamed Its ap prowl A policeman sulking In tko shadow of an electric light pole watched us suspiciously Music aU traded us A masque ball was being held In a nearby hall and wo broke In upon the dance as thp music crashed and tho dancers swept out upon the polished floor A dainty little creature robed in quaint Japanese costume coyly ap proached on tip toes and chucking mo trader the chin flitted gayly away I led to pursue but MephUto In flaming rod with a demure little black drapod nun In his arms laugh ingly bumped me back Into the crowd There was an agonizing shriek of pain and then a green hued umbrella was brought forcibly down an my head and shoulders I had stepped on some ones pet com- Escl1plng I turned to follow the coquetting little Jap but she had be como lost In tho whirling vortex of dancers I stood fascinated AU about me was litelife that I had onco known Grotesquo and fanciful attired maskers waltzed and paraded before mo Tho hall was brilliant with electric bulbs tho orchestra crashed Inspiring music from behind the palms tho scene was over chang ing and the merry laughter and buzz of the gay throng was contagious It sent tho dormant blood raging through my veins In the arms of a plllow stuffed nlg ger wench a moment later I was jam ming through the crowd I lost my silk hat In the shuttle and stooped to regain it- Dang I was struck amidships and was sent sprawling on all fours A fat woman sat gracefully down on the small of my back With every effort to arise she plumped down harder threatening to flatten me like a pan cake My grunts brought my friends to my assistance and she was raised Grasping my battered hat I fled Rut zip The treacherous slippery floor slid out from under mo and sent my feet pirouetting Into tho air and my head downward I landed on tho back of my neck and then rather dazedly sat up Surrounding me on every side was a laughing jesting crowd Knight errants clowns monks colonial dames nnd sportive misses whoso ab breviated skirts allowed a display 61 dalntly turned ankles wero hilarious over my discomfiture- I tried to join In their march but a dull sickening fooling overcame mo I suddenly awakened to my true self and my thoughts returned to Noll dear trusting girl awaiting alono at homo for my return With conscience severely pricking I staggered to my feet Disgusted and mentally berat ling myself for bolng an ass I turned to leave the tall A girl attired in rod red dress red slippers red gloves rod hat and red mask flitted past mo I stopped ab ruptly Tho figure was strangely fa miliar I stood bewildered puzzled and then as my gaze followed tho red masked figure whirling about the ball room my breath came quick and short Tho nails of my clinched hands dug deeply Into the flesh Ah I saw It all now I saw why she was so anxious I should go to lodgo Never could I have dreamed of such n thlnsueh treachery such wanton deceit But borc Tho music ceased playing and the dancers woro leaving the floor Lean ing on the arm of a cavalier she en tered the palm room Would I follow My hesitation was only momentary My wrath and Indignation Increased with each passing moment and the thoughts crowdS Ing through my brain made me fran tic I walked quickly across tho floor and savagely brushed asldo tho cur tainsI staggered back clutching the draperies for support My head seemed to swing and a mist gathered before my eyes Tho follow had deliberately kissed hor There they sat hor head resting contentedly on Ids shoulder and he holding her in tight embrace And I fool that J was thought hor home freUul and anxious for my return Tho sight maddened me to desperationA subs and I stood be fore thorn The nan angry at my Intrusion attempted to arise but be fore ho could do so I seized him by the shoulders and with almost super liunmn strength hurled him from me sprawling to the floor Turning I gazed at his companion who cowered trembling in the seat So this was why you woro so eager that I should go to lodge Wanted to roeot this chivalrous lover of yours oil- Conlornptuously I gazed down on her ivory muscle and fiber In mo longed to send her to tho floor following her cringing paramour Savagely my hands clinched and uncllnchcd This gay Lothario who Is her I demandedFearfully her hand sought tho mask as if to remove It but after a mo ments pause fell mechanically back Into her lap The engagement dia mond sparkled on her gloved finger Its dazzling brilliancy mocked me and I wanted to tear It from her hand Damn it cant you speak cant you talk I cried Lets see your facelets see if It has any shame In ItT Sho attempted to arise Reaching forward with a savage jerk I tore away the mask Tho revelation staggered me I beheldnot my wifebut the cookSho had appropriated Jewelry and wardrobe from tho mistress Copyright 19M by Daily Story Pub Co Croquet Croquet stands as high in favor today ns it did when Leech Immortal- Ized tho game In tho Punches of the 60s and 70s says M A P Croquet Is played In London and tho country at ftanelagh and Hurllngham Sev oral men and women In smart society have become experts and much high betting takes place when a match Is In progress In Pere la Chaise Cemetery Paris Long may It bo unoccupied I I c t J 1 lass Berea College 15067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced San lecture library and generaladvantages as for more advanced students Arith metic and common taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yean for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL s years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards I NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables I oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books eta vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Defetit as guarantee eteIexpenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses j ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be returned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows IncifI dentaJ Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 7oth day 540 I OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their tabor Except i in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to- the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so aa to earalfrom 50 cents to one dollar a week JThe best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the Cal- lMirIt is important to come the first day September ia and stay till the end December 19 JtfFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY nz Madison County Roller Mills s- tsI 1 MufCtiJrcfe FMC Reader As Con Meal Sill Spite Ciiuied cn Ell 0lIl 10LD DUST III kfr M beet 1IID8 Oft MA1ESON M sacrist tJKif 1 Flal- itlsli4rQ Potts Duerson M- v t st x I r- i J lTHE HOME I Some Meat Recipes Liver and OnionsCut the liver in halfinch slices and pour boilin water over It leaving it for ten minutes Reprove from the hot wato sprinkle with s It and pepper dip in flour and fry in bacon fRt As SOOI1 as tli liver is well soared over on ono side turn and then cover thickl wits thinly sHred onions Put lid on the frying pan and place whero the contents will wok slowly Season the onions with salt and pepper stir occasionally to keep from scorching and cook until both liver and onion are thoroughly lone Serve hot Minced Liver Boil liver half an hour remove all stringy portions nod chop fl Place a tablespoonful of butter in a sauce pan rub into it ie tablespjoa ii of flour then add one cup of meat stock or hot water et boil rr well add the minced liver and season will with salt and pep cer So hot with toast or potatoes Meat LoafJhop fine two pounds of raw lean beef and onefourth of c a pound of fat salt porkldd four good sized potatoes grated or chopper t One with one onion one half cup dry bread or cracker crumbs and two ten eggs lfx well adding water if needed to form into a loaf sad it like bi ad When smooth pack in a pan set in a larger pan of t water and bake for two hours Baste with butter and hot water THE SCHOOL I School Exhibition and Exposition lljr 1 rof7Y Ulnmnore Continued from last week I It will be the duty of the committee on program to see that each one is assigned to s me suitable part Requests may be considered but the lecision of the jmmittee is final unless it sees fit to reconsider The pro raw should be instructive practical and entertaining Patriotic selections could always form a part The following is offered us suggestive only ill to order School Hymn Prayer by clergyman or other visitor School tjg Essay A Day in school Declamation Memory gems by First Rea her Glass Motion Song by primary grades Essay Springtime on tho w Farm Declamation The Power of Habit John B Gough Temperance song Flag Drill Declamation Lincolns Gettysburg Address Song Na tional Anthem Oration What our Country Needs by largest boy History Drill by advt uced students Current Events School paper Declamation I Humorous Selection Original Story by fifth grade pupil Short Speeches the visitors Speech by teacher What our School is and Should be dng Song National Hymn II The commonest fault of programs is that they are too long If the Mbit ion is held in the day time which it should be it may consume the Iternoon session if at night not over two hours Having thus arranged the program the next thing is the preparation- e time for giving it publicly should be set not more than three or four sks in advance Sufficient time must be given for the preparation of paitdsotbxt school duties will not be seriously interferedwith n has lapsed drills and rehearsals are in order These should lye the very nest effort of the teacher His enthusiasm will inspire pupils Parents and friends willexpect well of us and we must not Disappoint them The advertising committee has its duties No cost of printing need be incurred Neat hand bills can be made with pen or pencil utilizing the Jest talent in tl school in the lettering A bright picture of a boy spook K his piece or a little girl reading her composition will make it more in rating But the best advertising is byword of mouth No fear but tK lila will give glowing accounts of what is coming when their enthusi s has bf Q properly aroused The rating committee should do a lot of planning before actual petitions a begun It is an opportunity to cultivate taste When the Ices are auplcte the whole school or a special committee may be ap oi ted to secure supplies Neatness and taste are prime essentials iu givtc 1t the proler time a meeting of all commitees should be called and re rot heard If the appointed work of any is complete it may be disoharg ft As the time approaches every one should be impressed with a feeling I of personal responsibility for the success of the exhibition Parents also I have been enl Id The teacher has had the forethought to speak to Ir- A acting him to be prepared for a short talk on The District School When d I Was a Boy Mr B on The Pressing Need of an Education in These Times Mr C who was formerly a teacher on The Disadvantages of Irreg ular Attendance This completes the preparations j When planned in some such way as this there is little doubt of the success of such in undertaking nor of its value to the commtnity The measure of the teacher will be taken by the character of the exercises the 1orderpreserved and by the dispatch with which the program is carried out J When it is over let everything that would hinder in the work of the school bo removed ale the house put in order The next morning at the open Kvj of schor i ef review of what has been accomplished may be given 4ideabeato ved Ipon all who made honest efforts and suggestions for 5m tiered for future occasions t ITHE FARM I f Farm Journal Notes 1IJ Mutton Chops Born RARE AND WELLDONEA pound or quart of oats i corn fed daily to sheep will be found a good ration where hay is scarce poor in quality Another gOd ration can be found in feeding plenty of clover hay with out two gills of corn per head daily Corn should always be carefully fed to sheep as it is liable to cause tm to be fer rish As yeaning time approaches the grain ration should be dropped and u givenThein strong thrifty condition but I lot allowed to b ximo overfat or feverish li Turnips us veil as sugar beets should bo liberally fed Cornstalks t sheepfIventil cu A close stuffy pen is fatal to sheep Drafts are also fatal hI They should have the run of a good clean yard but should be kept in luring cold storms rlThefeeding racks should be cleaned after every feeding as the sheep ierer fodder that has been breathttd on a good clean v t pply of water Winter EggsHow To Get Them When pullets intended for win I r frying are put in their winter quarters see that there are no drafts nl the floors ae dry and that the houses may be well ventilated from jusouth rather than from the north or west q An excellent plan for insuring warmth is to have heavy curtains around t a roosts and when the nights are very chilly let them curtains down Jtthis way th natural heat of the fowls will be conserved and there will i t Mttle danger of frosted combs or wattles1 For the hens that are to lay during December and January provide a bath see tbt oyster shell nad grit are constantly within reach and w iho fowls art supplied with pure water and plenty of grain wheat J = wg best for clay feeding and corn for night especially during zero laather Secure plenty of clover keep it where it will not become musty and fje that the pullets have all they will eat Give a feed of meat scraps at least once a week or oftener if there is ijciarket near ot ugh where it may be secured can be purchased at a hardware store or a kiln can be made rid iiiiy amount burned Give ahandfulof this powdored mixed with table or m Jhj or it can be loft in a box in the pen where the hens can twp thenif en at will I In adu n to this an occasional cabbage can bo fed compel tho t7lr to tea apart for themselves r ifnver feed sloppy foods in winteror any other time for that matter Even bran mashes are best if made as thick as possible 4e t tr l r o ootoSoooUotloovoUoSoSl Eighth Kentucky History i0 TlirllllnR Story nt the 1nrt thin CJnl o bolt Krglmrnt took In the Civil IVnr f 0- 0oeoe08008000oeooeo CHAPTER XII Continued It was now evident to all that a great battlo was Inevitable and wo roll ml our selves up In our gum blanket for a few hours sleep not knowln how many of our little regiment woul sloop the sleep that knows no waking before tho shades of another day hall closed around us Hoping to bo amoni those who would soon see the robes lion subdued Into a lasting ponce tits shonlil be equally a blessing to Nortl and South for many generations to Bono we slefitt after committing our selves to Him who rules the of nations as sound as If no battle was pending or no danger near BATTLE OP CHICKAMAUOA The battle commenced about S I m of the 19th on the extreme left wing of our line General Branuani division of Thomas corps bolnp ata Honed on tho Lafayette road leading to Chattanooga was first attacked th firing rapidly Increasing and from that time until sunset was that con tinuous roar of firearms that spoakoth death In order that tho reader may have a better understanding of the position of the Eighth Kentucky I will state the order of our line of battle Next on the right of Drannans division was Birds division of the sumo corps next was General Johnsons division of McCooks corps and on the right of Johnsons was Palmers division of Crtttendens corps and next ours VanCleves division and on our right Reynolds dlvlilon of Thomas corps which covered the ford at the mills of Lee Gordon with Wllders cavalry guarding the extreme right wing Our brigade commanded by Col onel Barnes was formed In column closed In mass The colonel made us- a shqrt but thrilling speech which I woulu reproduce here had 1 not lost my memorandum Our brigade was held In reserve near the river below tho nulls until near 2 p m The superior nm bers of the enemy onabled them to overlap with heavy force each division of ours as they attacked them In succession and by noon the enemy bad gained some advantage Our right and center were being hard pressed At 1 p m they attacked Palmers troops and also overlapped them Our division VanCleves was then ordered In Immediate In our front Mid between our lines and the enemy lay several hundred yards of dense undergrowth We moved through this brush by the right of companies then Into line through a small cornfield to the edge of a heavy timber In which the enemy was posted While cross leg the field their skirmish line gave us a scattering pre then hastily with drew to their main line not however until we captured several of them se creted behind a low rail fence We continued a steady tire on the enemys line In our front Our men appeared In the best of spirits not withstanding the hetivv fire they wore pouring on us TIll continued for about thirty minutes and the enemys line appeared to be living back Several of our regiment had fallen badly wounded among hm being B Tudor Company C We were expecting mom entarily to be ordered forward when to our surprise we were completely flanked on our rteh n a heavy force who opened an enfilading fire on us at the same time those on our front opened with renewed vigor this time with several pieces r f artillery We were ordered to tall luck across the field to the thicket above mentioned which w did In tolerable good order under a terrific storm of shot and hell leaving nnnv of our wounded comrades In that flold Wo succeeded In carrying back with us Tudor Company C loejsdon pad Webb Company H and several others We straighten ed up our IInft04 nver of the brush and then hv the help of part of Woods division rreeded In driv- Ing the enemy birk to the timber When night cant flrln ceased except an occasional picket shot It was with feebtiw r I ride blended with sorrow that reformed our short companies of two dozen men each In that thick nrwnaratory to our second advance Into tho field It was sad to see those brave boys with clouded but determined faces with the tears coursing down many of their powderblackened choeks mused more from chagrin at being compelled 1o fall back than at the low of comrades At dark Colonel flames ordered Captain Wilson and myself with six men to carry a white flag Into the cornfield after sim f our wounded A shower of bullets was the response slut we managed to eat all of the Eighth boys off excpt those taken prisoners Lieutenant Colonel fly hew and five men By this Inhum anity the poor snftt ring wounded of friend nnd foo continued their piteous cries and groans wltliln eisy liming of both lines throneiont tho cold frosty night Never before did the horrors of war seem to us so cruel We could IlstiacUv hear their lament this cries witor water and ccaalonnlly some n1r halffrmllc sufferer calling tho name of sumo fam liar comrade or frlnid to camo there hough we heard nine of the Eighth wounded that wo could recognize pov ural of our bravo boys ventured after lark to rescue Some of the wounded of the riftyflrst Ohio Considering tIe intetisu cold night with our great Wilts and blankets far In tho rear our scant poor rations and helng so near to so much suffering humanity wlthou tho privilege of fclvlne any assistance his certainly was the most miserable tight the Eighth experienced during the war Early In the night Company I commanded by Captain Martin was post ed as pickets In an old field to the right of whore our late engagement was and he was relieved at midnight jy the author with Company II of the Eighth Two hours later our entire force fell back two miles further to ward Chattanooga With such profound silence was this withdrawal made that we on the skirmish line were not apprised of the move To be continued I t rA 4 It- r MUSS STIRRED UPI BY TAFTS ACTION IN SUSPENDING ROOSEVELTS ORDER PRESIDENTS DIFFICULT POSITION But Does Not Know Protest Wee Made Blacks Want Dunno To Stop Tlllmans Speech Washington Nov 31 =Is Utaroda ger of the suspension by Secrets Taft of the presidents order diamla Ing the three colored companies 01 tho 25th Infantry without honor can ing friction between the praidatnr true man who has been his claW Ilea tenant tho past two earer This Is the question public mute uti army oflloers are asking sash other when they discuss this situation privately among themselves Tho situation Is an etnbarrasslnr one for the president whichever hart of the dilemma he may take After rovlowlnc the facts In this ease usubmitted to him the president Issued the now famous order that put a whole battalion of men out d the service dishonorably and then started for the Isthmus Some cornmeal has resulted because the order was real promulgated until after the election The action of the president was supposed to be final and If criticism followed It might be reasonably supposed that the Incident In Urge mallet would be forgotten before the president again reached Washington Revived the Interest It this was the expectation Seers tary Taft succeeded admirably to re riving public interest and Intensify Ins the criticism of the presidents orlul nol order Of court the president could not be expected to know of the deluge of complaints and protests on account of his order with which the detriment was flooded after his de arturo nor did he kaovr that the New York roputillean club had condemned hIs action and called tar fair play for these colored troops Secretary Taft did know these things however sad ha assumed the responsibility of suspending the execu Live order until the president coW l be hoard from Now with the matter ifreeh In the public ralad the presl laut must add to the weight of the protests by compelling submission to tils original order If hs overrides the tecretary hr must admit that h nay have acted hastily If he rescinds Us order and reopens the ease Which le will do may be known wan by which time Secretary Taft hopes to b- In communication with the president Meanwhile tics war secretary will lay nothing He refused to say more than I eats t dlecuss the eau at present This was Interpreted to mean that the secretary could say lothlng until he heard from the presl lent and received his Instruction The secretary also declined to say whether ho had ben In comm mica lon with tho president by wireless Chicago Nov 21 Demand was undo on Mayor Rdward Dunne by a committee of negroes to stop United Status Senator Benjamin R Tinmans ecture next Tuesday night at Orrhei tra Hall by police force If the senator persIsted In addressing a congregation here for Uie benefit of the Chicago UnIon hospital The argument advanced by the com nlttce which waited oa the mayor was hat Senator TUIman could not talk on any subject without bringing la the race problem and that It he did talk ho would exclto a riot In Chicago TRAIN PLUNGES Down Mountain Side Killing or Wounding Every One Aboard Ashevllle N a Nov 2LItwhing eadlong down the mountain at a peed of about 80 or 90 miles an boar Train No 72 a heavy eastbound might left tho track at a point near Old Fort and the engine and entire rain were demolished and all tha rain crew killed or hurt A mountain eer crossed ovor the mountain to a olegraph station and told the tale rapi operator of tho occurrence Th rain dispatchers ofllco at Asheville vas notified and two wrecking trains nd physicians were sent out To Rest Near Independence Hall Edenton N C Nov 21Time body of James Wilson of Pennsylvania who with 55 other American patriots Igned the Declaration of Independ nee was disinterred from its long eating place hero preparatory to be ng sent to Philadelphia where it will be deposited in Christ church burial rounds Keeps For Hannah Albany N Y Nov 21Tho court of appeals handed down a decision af- firmIng the judgment of the appellate llvls on first department which die aUaed the appeal of John II Platt rom a decision denying his demand ror the restitution of about 084000 by Hannah Elias Ate Wild Parsnips Washington Pa Nov 21 Twfo for ignore are dead and 36 are violently 111 several of whom will die at Mills oro Pa from eating wild parsnips The men lived at a boarding house and the parsnips were prepared for the evening meal N Richest Cardinal Dying Rome Nov 21Tho pope has sent his benediction to Cardinal Vaszary inmate of Hungary who Is at tho- petat of death Vaatary Is the riohoat 0 t- la e cardinals and contributed OGA j- I to oP Y4ro4i4o0 gFOe0 00014 + e I w REAL ESTATE- I I have a firm pontnlulng74 saraa next it tho pike and in reach of Btrca Coft Thin is a very good fnnn j 0 It huts ii Irpo house on it good water good ham lida good orchard There are 16acres in grim Tula farmJis worth mom than I auk for it There la now 4 core Inj VI tobacor i the place that is as fine M there is in Madison county Airyone wmitin thin platv hill cio well to call addi1Mset 1 J Hiikn II ui once t- t I also hurt improved anduninllInved lote in Iterati for RIlltt t can you you f- P plements fertilizer Weber wagons buggies paint oils roofing steel and galvanized I niche H specialty in patxting on rooting If you will cull at my ekire I will ebowryou the latest bent and most oonoitiieal oil stoves that an eon the market A perfect beauty cud t great curt i fort to t1 the lady in tilt kiteiiea 1 have a vtry complete line oftgroceries hanluAredry goods dollilng and if you vrantn good suit of clothes at very little money some and ass tnerItJsP BICKNELL 1 1 tReal Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKYtI ooafef + e + aoe== = eJUfJ prsr rsetapoltstlttlpattkMtttsrtirrrls II vt WHO SAID GROCERIES Ja 1 She ought to have said it through tho telephone No Jj C II or have called iu person and talked on the subjsct to- W v J D LOGSDON j When you want good things at low prices hes tb man i- to talk Witta to pounds ra ugU too af IITrya Sack of Rui vka Flour Het ou Garth 55 f Sob g JI IAU orden taken before to oclock will W delfetd Wore noon Y orders taRa between 10 and 3 will be dcliTtrcd afternoon i IAll Logsdons toDatc Grocoy Store Ii Rtr IIocutltrw ++rrArlAftOlstrAaipggApqtltttHtlttt6rGrt leQX I A Perfect Breakfast 0 Can ba LidUniy by u tis u glwd c r al1I r I nln r II a breakfast IIMH 1 these R acidanipp v e- S rjc + tinu QlTAKfK 0 A T ti ifIX cuul4 hit HI h nlile v iTf J QUAKKK i s- g trr prrpn1 yon Wliild tM la1 h clsn packS S jf rUlE1 r tUUl r n Q1K = O KR OATS S Ta p k K ltdly Think J of Ito un c iix you can V make your hritkf let worth tine- A dollar to you f I carry an ixciitlimlly fine X line of caniiijU gts ali o R high grad of candy Whn you J think of icroc il s nr bra ikfKt- If foods rhtper and letter thin uptoJi Q M QREEN- J MAJ7ltgvT V fhoM N ea K Deliveries mad to all part of A the city i1Mtak 9oie- stE 11 tt riTHE RECT Recently Enlsirced WITH 25000 New WordsNew Gasstteer of the World wit U inure then JVHX tilUn b4i I oI ib taut cvtnitj ivi iriu- tNowBlogr phical Dictionary mntplitln 1n oarfur Iewb i taalIatuol Edited by W T iill i Pp to I I l Cult fJHuU rililr 1111 iIINecdodlnEvryJomc Ala WebsiarCOet I JnlarpTtIleP1r C IJ4G G C MERRTAM CO Publisher Sprlogflold Mass r LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Tabl In Elfeat Jan I 1906 11 Nrlb TIl4 Dally liNen IlereaE88areArriv KiohmomJ 410 aalIArrive Paris 628 A rrh I Cincinnati 760 a in- oeleg Hertb Teals 2 Dally lwnf f h rca 124 p m Arrive 1 it Iunond200 p m Arnvi faris350 p m Arnvr inciunati610 p ntiCo if Sosta Train 3 Dally lnv Iere124 p m Arrive Knosville 810 p tu- rnatg teeth Train I Dally Lnavc Versa 1226 a in Arrivi Knoxvill 710 A in KMCMNtKNT Tmlm nnmicn t esd swry BuHi tlarcnnrrhIICIIIr d Ktw dUe In lab illirtti MM TralB sets bet i i ery tMllmti vmtfliulcd aterptitf t nit ethe bdwea Ctuilas dd xsoa rill it cb oItIon W H ROWER Tloket Agent I For SaleI hive for smile Nit earn of land lyinj near the pike and go UK Oar i Itdrouuty line 2J tie 8 miles wost from tiers adjoining the land of Krfink Taylor Jill haw CHIt iwrg I plueuI I I me at Klrksfille Ky- JAMES E HENRY SaleIgtxxllandPrire11600 to 5OUOaucording to tent rtn emente Pitr years thus no interest Supplies for fist year to tllripn00t1 farmers who trill alTar purtloulnrajaddioss iNatcbec Miss FEELING LIVERISHi This Morning7 TAKE rAndTO Ct liE A COL1J IN ONK 1 AY 1 AGaovus Ji T i J itBOMB EXPLODED AT THE ALTAR IN ST PETERSI i CATHEDRAL IN ROME I t WHERE PONTIFF WAS EXPECTED r Machine of Death Had Defect and t Worshipers Escape Unhurt Great eat Outrage of Centuries Iloma Nov 18A bomb was ex ploded In St rotors Tim odltlco was crowded and an Indescribable steno of confusion followed There woro ino fatalities i As soon as tho echoes of tho ire imojidous roar had ceased n canon sought by reassuring words to quiet tho people but In vain They nell In all directions and a number of women hinted I Women and children screamed and man trlod to protect thulr families In tho crush Tho church Is so large however J that there was ampin room for thu crowd to scatter and no ono was In jured No trace of the perpetrator of the deed has been found It was tho anniversary of tho dedi cation of tho basolllca to St Peter forythoa tho ful attended tho services Cardinal l1amOta formerly papal secretary of state was among those present Hq took part In tho service in tho choir chapel Tho last mass had just been concluded when tho explosion occur red and only ono canon who had not quite finished remained at the altar of tit Potronllla This altar Is at the end of the right aisle and It was near here that the bomb had born placed Like a Thunderclap As the canon turned to blow tho communicants hero was a tremend ous roar which echoed through tho lofty arches of tho Immense domo like n thunderclap At tho Mino time a dense stroke spread throughout this portion of the basilica and a strong odor of gunpowder tilled tho air Con fusion and panic at once seised the people The canon at the altar tried to stem the tide of tier lie shouted out Do not bo afraid It Is nothing merely tbe noonday gun lite words however had little effect They were refilled by the smoke and the pan Kent smell of powder nail the people continued their headlong fllRht Men and women tied ftttimbllnc In all direCt lions the serwirof of children and- cries of anguleh were heard on all tides and for a few mlnuUs It seix ehi A3 If nothing could obviate a grave disaster As noon as the smote cleared away a hasty examination showed that nobody had been hurt In the crush and that no sae had been wounded Calm was gradually roator ed and some of the people returned co view tho extent of tho damage When the first gendarme reached tho ipot the scaffolding was found to lf smouldering but this fire was oas fly extinguished Tho tomb wu found to bo absolutely uninjured and oven the pavement shows elyany ulgns of tho oxploton The pope was engaged In his regu tar noonday devotions when the bomb went off The pontiff asked anxious Jf the church Had been Injured Upon being reassured he fell on his knee saying ho must Implore mercy for the rnlnculded perpetrator of tho deed SOUTH CYCLONE SWEPT Elght Lives Known To Have Deen Lost and Buildings Demolished Memphis Tonn Nov 19Eight persons aro known to have lost their Jlvw scored of others aro Injured find property and crops suffered groat dam wgr tho extent of which because of the meager reports yet obtainable can not bo estimated at this time as a ro milt of ono of the most torrentialtike wind and rain storms ever export enced In this section The storm which originated on tho Gulf swept northward and In Its courso raxed scores of substantial Anilldlngs partially demolished hun shreds of others caused a complete do moralisation of rnllrbnl traffic and cut oft telegraphic communication with ninny points In tho affected territory Cotton In the fluids blown down by Uio wind was beaten Into the ground and If not totally was badly damaged Besides tho loss ot lIfo and property damage which la known to have oc curred a number of points directly In the pathway of the storm can not ba communicated with rind when tom pleto roporta havo boon received It Is feared the toss to both life and property will be greatly Inaroased Returning To Ohio Lincoln Neb Nov 19Dr Leroy Craig has escaped from tho dipsoma niac wart of tho asylum at Lincoln and lit probbnly making his way back to Washington C II 0 Both Dr Orals And his wife wore committed to the asylum as confirmed cocaine Binds Race Up the Eiffel farts Nov hlOne hundred and twenty contestants took part In a pe culiar race which consisted In run t nlng up tho 730 stops loading to tho second stage of tho Eiffel tower TIle winner made tho dlstnnco lu three minutes und four seconds Wanted At Columbus Kansas City Nov 1JHarry Wise nlns Lake wanted In Columbus 0 Washington D C and Now York for robbery and burglary Is under arrest in this city Wise will be surrendered to the officers at Columbus r aT NOTORI TY FORCED UPON PLAT1 MAY CAUSE HIS RETIREMENT FROM U S SENATE His Resignation Said To Be Ready To Mall Gov Hughes To Name His Successor New York Nov 17Senator Thos C Platt will resign his seat In tho United States senate on January 1 One of tho first official papers to reach tho hands of Govolcct Hughes after ho takes ofllce will bo the resig nation of the senior senator from the state of New York There are reasons why Senator Platt will not resign beforo tho first of the year although tho senate will con veno for the winter session on Decem ber 3 and remain in session until March 4 or later Tho paramount reason for the delay is the bitter hostility felt by Senator Ilatt toward Gov HIggins His hat tred of tho governor Is of the most In flexible character and many things have entered Into tho situation to in tonally his bitter resentment The prospectlvo resignation of Sen ator Platt will como as a result of tha notoriety Incident to tho sensational raid in search of evidence for a dl vorco suit made by his wife upon the house of Mary Lamontc No 14 West 38th street which was followed by tho signing of an agreement of sopara lion Already the republican leaders in tho state are discussing hie possible successor and the name of former Gov Frank S Black Is freely men tioned There Is also some talk ot Timothy L Woodruff for Uio expected vacancy The latest onslaught upon tho aged senator by his wife formerly Mrs Janeway which tins given rise to stories of a double life led by Mr Platt and which ended with the dls covery and confiscation by tho Irate woman of a pair of dainty high heeled feminine boots has proved to bo the blow which will end his political ca reor Indeed tho senator It Is reported has told Intimate friends within the last 21 hours that It Is his Inten ton to retire This decision as announced by the senior senator from tho state of New York was reached only after he had been advised by certain mon who have been close to him far many years that If ho did not voluntarily retire from tile senate before December S a move meal would be Inaugurated to cause hit exiHilalon UNCLE SAMS SLEUTHS Succeed In Arresting Francis E Mar rln of Storey Cotton Co Fame Buffalo N Y Nov 17 Francis K Marrln oae of the principal figure in the Storey Cotton Co failure InI Philadelphia in 1901 was arrested hero In the lobby of the Gonosoe hotel Marrln disappeared from Philadelphia on March 17 1908 when tho pout of lice department raided the Storey Cotton Co and since then ho has beon in Europe Ho registered at the On OBCO under tho name of James John steno W J DIcker chief post office Inspector at Washington had been tracing Morrlns movements since his return to the United States and Post Ofllco Inspector Cortolyou who has charge of tho Philadelphia district came to Buffalo to got his man Ho will be arraigned beforo United States District Commissioner Keating and taken to Philadelphia Pastors Join a Union Toledo 0 Nov 17Tho Toledo Paxton Vnlon Is now a fullfledged labor body laving beon recognised by the Central labor Union Tho action of the pastors all ot whom are from Protestant churches was prompted by A declaration of Uio Central Labor Union that they could do bettor wont among tho laboring classes if they became afllllated Larger Army Needed Chicago Nov 17Tho need ot a large standing army and navy In the United States and tho revival of a more active Interest In these Instltu tions by young men of today wan sounded by Gen W II Carter com mander of the department of the lakes In on address at tho annual ban quet of tho Western Society ot the Army of tho Potomac Dig Harbor Blaze Naples Nov liA conflagration Is raging on the docks here and the damage so far Is estimated at GOO 000 Most of the ships In tho harbor have cleared for tho open sea The North Gorman Lloyd steamer Kocnlgln Lulso delayed her departure for Now York in order to give assistance to the shipping Hearsts Campaign Proves Costly Albany N Y Nov 17Wm It Hearst independence league and dem ocratic candidate for Kovorucv cart sled to thb secretary ot stato that he lull spent 250370 In promoting his canvass divided as follows Inde pendence league 108870 democratic state committee 57000 traveling ex ponces i00 Looted the Safe Guthrle Okla Nov 17 Robbers dynamited the sofa In the bank of La Homa at Lai llomti Garfield county and escaped with 2700 in cash The bank had Just received 10000 to pay farmers for their cotton but the robbers overlooked this Famous Singer Arrested Now York Nov 17 +EnrIco Caruso tenor of the Metropolitan Opera louse Co was arrested while a visitor nt the menagerie In Central park on n charge of disorderly conduct preferred by Mrs Hannah Graham CLEANSING FRISCO WORK HAS BEEN STARTED IN EARNEST BY GRAND JURY FIVE INDICTMENTS ARE RETURNED Political Leader and Chief Executive of Golden Gate City Are Charged With Extortion San Francisco Nov IGMaor Eu gene E Schmitz of tills city and his political adviser Abe Ruef were in dicted by tho grand Jury on tho charge of extortion Tho indictments were based on the charges made by French restaurant keepers to tho effect that Ruef and the mayor conspired to ex tort money from them for tho purpose of protection from police Interference Five separate true bills were pre seated against the chief executive and his advisor Tho Indictments charge that on different occasions Ruef and Schmitz compelled the payment of sums ranging from 1000 to 1175 from each of the Individual restaurant men who needed protection for their resorts Mayor Scbmltz and Ruef are mado codefendants in all of tho In dictments In which they are Jointly chargedTho Jury made its report be foro Judge Muraskey and his honor fixed the ball on each Indictment at 10000 Ruef was taken Into custody but his bondsmen were promptly on hand and ho was released upon depositing 50000 Mayor Schmltz lion tho Atlantic ocean en route to New York A war rant awaits him on his arrival on American soil A previous grand Jury Investigated the matter but was unable to get le gal proof of extortion It remained for Francis J Henry tho brilliant at torney and Secret Servlco Agent Wm Burns to elicit tho needed in formation that others had failed to getAttorney Henry asserts that the In dictments roturned aro but a starter in the campaign that ho Is making against graft He states that ho hopes to Indict other officials ot the Schmitz administration The grand Jury will resume Its la bors and it Is expected that further true bills will be presented against the mayor his advisers and their political followers Following Is a copy of one of the five Indictments presented According to the Indictments Rue and Schmitt on the ISth of January 1901 extorted 1170 from Tony Blan co qt tho Poodlo Dog find on Febru nry 0 of the same year they forced him to give up 1000 more The third Indictment Is based on the extortion of 1175 from tho proprietors of Mar chanda restaurant They aro charged with demanding and receiving on the namo day 1176 from tho proprietors of Defmonlcos restaurant It Is charged that on February G they forced these same men to yield 1000 by threatening to tako away their liq uor licensor FARMERS TAKEN INTO THE FOLD By the American Federation of Labor at Minneapolis Minneapolis Nov 1C Embodying membership of over a million claim ing to represent moro than oneseventh of tho entire population of Urn coun try tho American National Farmers Union became affiliated In a limited degree with the American Federation of Labor now In convention here Practically tho entire session of the American Federation of Labor conven tion was devoted to the proposition ol nfllllatlng with tho American Society ct Equity the Farmers Union nation nl In scope Committees recommended a plan whereby the members of the federation and its affiliated bodies ngreo to demand union farm garden nnd orchard produce while tho fann ors specifically agree to purchase nothing but unionmade goods Tho committees report started a lively discussion which was partici pated In by some ot the prominent del egates Minister Attacks Mrs Eddy Baltimore Nov IGAt a banquet ol the Churchmens Club Itcv Dr Wil liam Harmon Van Allen of Boston made a bitter attack on Christian scl once and Mrs Mary linker G Eddy Ho said In part Kddylsm uses the Christian term inology professes reverence for Christ and tho Bible protends to exalt God more highly than other religions do nut Ingeniously mingle much that Is good and truo and Indisputable with Its own fantastic errors It is there fore well calculated to do tho work Satan designs it to do namely to de stray faith In the religion ot the Chris tlnn church and to substitute an nntl Christian caricature It Is a gigantic bunko scheme wherein tho victim thinks ho has the treasure but In stead only holds tho worthless units ton Unfit Meats Washington Nov 1C Regulations have been Issued by the department of agriculture governing the Interstate transportation of Inspected nnd pnwd moats and meat food products which are alleged to have become unlit fat food Want Order Rescinded Now York Nov IGDr a unnnl mews vote tho republican county com nilttco at Its regular monthly mootlnf resolved to ask President Roosevelt tc rescind his order discharging dlshon- nrahlv M1111n nt th Itth r urninnl I HAILED IN A FOREIGN LAND FOR THE FIRST TIME IS AN AMER ICAN PRESIDENT Roosevelt Now at Colon on the Louisi anaReceived For the Republic By Panama Executive Colon Nov lliTho first trip of an American president outside ot the boundaries of tho United States was successfully concluded when the bat tloshlp Louisiana having on board President Iloosevclt and his party dropped anchor In the harbor of Colon The Louisiana which arrived ahead of schedule time was convoyed by the Tennessee and tho Washington and the three vessels anchored about a mile from the dock during a heavy rainfallOwing to the fact that the loulsl ana arrived ahead of tlmo neither President Amador of Panama nor Chairman Shonts was on hand to wel come President Roosevelt They left Panama In a special train for Colon and later boarded tho Louisiana and extended a cordial greeting to Ameri cas cnlcf executive- In President Amadors party besides Mr Shonts were Chief Engineer Stevens and Executive Secretary Reed ol the commission and Mr Squiers the American minister to Panama President Roosevelt received the local newspaper correspondents on board tho Louisiana Ho said that his voyage had been pleasant and uneventful and expressed himself as gratified at the welcome which tho citizens of tho Isthmus are preparing for him when ho lands Ho stated that ho proposed to look into the Jamaican labor questions and also Intended to see everything possi ble concerning tho canal Extensive precautions have been taken to protect President Roosevelt during his visit on the Isthmus and It is reported a number of known an archists have boon arrested hero or at Panama All steamers arriving at the Isthmui sro inspected and suspicious charao tars have been Imprisoned and Will be held In custody until President Roose volt departs President Roosevelt will begin hit tour ot Inspection and an extensive program of official entertainments has been prepared The part will leave Colon on a slow train in order to give thorn an opportunity to HO the canal works The presidential train after passing through the zone will go to La Boca where President Roosevelt will inspect tho Pacific entrance to the canal At Panama President Amador and his party will separate from President tartyThe In Panama bay Inspecting the various Islands and probably landing at Taboga to ex amino the sanitariums erected by the Isthmus canal commission PLATT AND WIFE SEPARATE No Divorce and the Wife Has 51000C Yearly Now York Nov 15 United States Senator Thomas Collier Platt and his beautiful young wife who before her marriage to tho aged senator was Mrs Lillian T Janoway signed an agree ment of separation The Platte have boon living apart since they had a bit tor quarrel six weeks ago A financial settlement satisfactory to Mrs Platt accompanies tho separation articles and there will be no divorce proceedings Mrs Platt it U understood Is to receive 10000 a year during her lifetime and retain Tloga Lodge In Highland Mills whore she is now living The senator will con tinue to live in the Hotel Gotham un tll ho departs for Washington to take up his duties in the senate Cutlery Plant Destroyed Chicago Nov lliTho plant of the American Cutlery Co was destroyed by flro which fora time threatened to spread through the tenement district In tho vicinity The three buildings wore burned to the ground and it was only by hard work that tho flames woro prevented from spreading to the office building of the company The loss Is estimated at 800000 To Press the Demand Chicago Nov 1GTho Commercial Telegraphers Union of America In tends to demand of tho United States government that tho Western Union Telegraph Co bo Investigated Presl dent S J Small ot the union made this announcement and hhddod thathQ was going to Washington in person to press these demands To Spend 6000000 Havana Nov 16Tho expenditure of 0000000 for public works now un der courso of construction or of urgent necessity has been recommended by Lieut Col Black In a report which has beep approved by cloy Maroon Statement Called For Washington Nov 15The con troPor of tho currency has issued n call for statement of thu condition of national banks nt the close of bust ness on Monday November 12 For a National University Baton Rouge La Nov 1uit was announced that tho Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations will urge the es tablishment of a national university al Washington A committee was ap pointed to propagate this Idea Shook Jamaica Kingston Jamaica Nov 1GAn ex ceedingly sharp earthquake was fell south and north of this Island It wm followed Immediately by a second shock which was tho heaviest oxperl anted hero in many years J THRILLINGADVENTUREOF RIpER JIOne of the distinctive characters of western life a few years back was tbo ponyrider or mollcarrier who was the only means of public communica tion between ono settlement and an otter Their routes were over sections of country where stage roads had not been opened sometimes extending for many miles and sometimes serving only as connecting links between lines already established Some of these riders were young men for such a responsible duty you might think but they had been brought up In the country had taken part In Its adventures dangers and trials and at eighteen or twenty years of ago were as manly courageous and saga claus on the trail as you would ex pect men of forty to be The lives of these mallcarriers were full of adventure Tbo country through which they rodo was wild and unsettled nnd encounters with Indians wild beasts nnd desperado highwaymen were frequent Ono of the pluckiest riders was lit the SaM Dudley lie was only eight een years old and his build was almost as slight as a womans but the strongest man couldnt stand fa tigue any better than Sam Ho seemed to be made up of steel and steam Sam had a route that was particularly dangerous as it lay In a region where bands of Shoshone Indians were always prowling about War path or no warpath they robbed and butchered white men whenever they found them at a disadvantage and when pursued by parties sent out to avenge tho outrage they hid them s F+ His Horse the on the IndUit selves among the rocks and lay quiet until it was safe to come out again This was down In Nevada near the Toqulma mountains Sam rodo from Austin to San Juan a distance of fifty miles his course running most of the way along the Reese river Sam was duo in San Juan one af ternoon about three oclock but that hour passed and then four oclock and ho had not arrived Tho mall agent seemed be a trifle uneasy as talked about the delay He said Sam Dudley the rider was as brave a fellow as ever straddled a pouch but there were bands of Indians all along his route and ha thought it was only a question ot time when they would wing him Ho had already had adventures with thorn In which his escapes had been little less than marvelous and It was while he was telling me about ono of them that wo heard shouts outsldo his cabin followed by tho sound of a boraos feet at a rapid gallop Every one hurried out and saw a sight that was by no means uncom mon In such a country A young fel low apparently a mere boy in years was riding toward the station on a darkbay mustang Ills buckskin clothes were soiled and bloody and his left arm hung limp and useless at his side His right hand grasped tho long black hair of an Indians scalp which ho swung round and round above hIs head Tho reins lay upon tho ponys neck but the beast know his stopping place and needed no guiding In a mlnuto more ho had halted and all anxiouslyap proached the rider It was Sam Dudley the young mall carrier pale and weak from wounds and loss of blood Ho was helped old the ponys back but fainted before begot into tho agents cabin The mall pouch was safe however Sam was not long coming to him self again His left arm was broken above the elbow by a rifle ball and another ball had entered his chest near the loft shoulder Neither wound was dangerous About five miles from San Juan as ho was jogging along at an easy pace over a stretch of tableland ho saw thrco mounted Indians some distance ahead of him They wero coming from an easterly direction and their courso would Intersect his almost at right angles They evidently saw him and ho had no doubt they would attack him that was what they wore there forBut what could he do To turn back was no safer than to go forward for they would pursue and overtake him Then oven If they had no hostile In dentions his running from them would 10 sure to bring them after him So ho determined to go ahead and rust to his usual good luck either to nitrun or outwit them Without slackening speed ho rode on toward Ihomi Ho was armed of course A epcatlng rifle was slung across his ask And a revolver and a knife were + tucK In his halt Whoa they ivere within 200 yards ot each other the Indians stopped their guns In their hands Sam stopped also and unslung his rlflo Perhaps at this distance ho might prove to be the better shot and pick oft one or two of them If their bullets missed him Anyway he much preferred to fight with 200 yards between them and ho resolved to move no farther but watt for developments Meanwhile the Indians conferred with each other for a few minutes and one of them signed for him to come on Ho promptly signed that he wouldnt do itAt this tho redskins started toward him folding up their hands in token of fricuishlp But Sam was too shrewd to be caught in such a trapbe knew them too well His reply was a shot from his rifle and ono of tho Indiana tumbled oft his horse The other two Immediately fired at him their balls whistling harmlessly by him but nevertheless Sam fell from his pony to the ground and lay still in the long grass The pony stood like a rock for Sam had thrown the reins over his head All this time his enemies were galloping rapidly toward him Another shot from them would no doubt have finished himhe dared not risk It he must deceive them by a ruse Would It succeed It was a des perate chance and as he lay there thinking about it and listening to tho tramp of tho approaching horses who will think It strange If he trembled av little brave as he was But he needed all his nerve and ho pulled himself well together got his rifle ready and raising his head and rgsa Dropping From to Ground He opened Fire to ho shoulders took deliberate aim at tho foremost Indian not 200 feet away and fired The savage fell and another rider less horso went bounding over tho plain Quick as lightning Sam fired again this time at his last remaining foe and horse and Indian bothIdroppedExulting in his easy victory the gallant young fellow leaped to his reetto see the third Indian not dead as he thought but running toward him gun at the ready His hors had been shot but ho was unhurt Sam was astounded Ho was not a victor after all on tho contrary he now faced his greatest peril This gashed upon him as the Indian stopped raised his gun and fired A sharp quick spasm of pain shot through Sams left arm and It felt helpless to his side tho ball had shattered It This mado him drop his rifle to the ground but his coolness and courage did not leave him The gun had not fairly touched tho grass beforo ho had drawn Ills revolver nnd taken aim at the savage but tho hatter was equally quick with his gun The two reports rang out as one and both men fell Dudley was shot in tho cbest near tho left shoulder and tho shock dropped him Ho did not lose consciousness however and soon roso to his feet ready to renew the fight But this was not necessary His last shot had been fired from a distance of twenty paces and It had gone straight home i Tho third and last foe was dead Forgetting his wounds thinking only of his triumph over his wouldbo murderers he whipped out his knife and took the scalp of tho Indian ha had just killed Then mounting his pony ho dashed off toward San Juan Chicago Dally News I Janes Answer With umbrella and rubbers to kkti off the rain On a very moist morning I snot Uttla Jane Are you went 1 Inquired Oda no cant you see Im dreadfully under the weather said IIheJ C F Lester In st Nicholas H dt9o9Mots oJotfoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeotloeoeoloeoeoeoeoeoeaeo6 o I East Kentucky Correspondence f i News You Get Nowhere Else J K ettwjponaenee pttbllthea naleM sand la tell by the writer The came o p eriaenc ol toot faith write PUlnlr go U wt ir publication but I an otyopoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooDo JACI Ort COUNTY icranv KNOB Nov 18rao Click was kicked by a mulo Saturday and his hand nail head were hurt Will Jones and lamily hoo teD waiting for a fair lay to move rver since Inst Thursday Perhaps 1 will go sonic time this veokMyrtle Click has been quite poorly for the past week She waS visited by Mail Jones a whilo Sun day Rense Aoner and family have itist returned from Indianapolis Christopher Collins and family are preparing to go to Hamilton soon Mr and Mrs Charley Tones visited Mr and Mrs Frank Jones Friday nightGar Hays made a business trip to Rich ond last Wednesday acl returned hone SaturdayMrs- N 11 Rose visited Mrs James Click aid daughter Sunday evening Gar H tys and Catf y Abrams bought six jjof C each at Richmond last court daj and paid 831J cents each for them making 10 for 12 geese The rainy weather has stopped the stave hauling for a whileAny one wanting to buy some nice white ducks can titan tnn at James Clicks Curt Jane meal to move to his farm in Madison tho first of the yearMr and Mrs Walter Wilson have moved to their hqmo on Rack Lick creek Tom Click was out buying fur Sat urdnyTis said that Daniel Sparks wants to sell his farm and also his goods IIT snO1tEEN Nov 20We are having some very fine tides in Horse Lick Creek Peo PK are floating ogsA two weeks pru ratted moftlng is going on at tho Horse Lick Church Two additions have been made thus brThe people are glad to w lome James Morris and fuully back their old homestead in Martin Valley Bob Rose lost a fine red cow this week Lewis Lake and wife visited friends at Evergreen o- nflunfayJ R Callahan bought a fine cow from Gen Lake- MADISON COUNTY IlllHYFVS Nov 19Mr and Mrs Owen Likes visited Mr anJ Mr T K Sandllns Sunday of lint week Martha and Charlie Powell were the guests of Mr and Mrs Vlllle Uueker and dough ter Gasslj of rf 111 indiv Flossie Baker visited her 4 r Mro W D Cole SundaY pvnln Mrs Bob Hudson and daughter Dnra of Whlf Jock visited Yrs Ann Hudson Sunday renlag TJev Tnnf rd Breached at tie DlsclpU 3 Church Siturdiy evening and Sunlavnov Blcknell flll his regular arTXJlnmnt here Satur dav and Sunr vT + r Sindlln an- On Charlie of aa11 viov visited relatives hero las week Tho Rev Wll Ua3iH n NIhntasvnle preached A + te Dleclalrs Th last week Mrs Sallle Powell was tho guest of Eva Jones Saturday night DULUTU Nov 39Mr and Mrs Sut Mellon who have been vlsltlne here returned to their home In Ohio Tuesday ac companied by their sister Rosa Mel ton Alma and Etta Lakes were the guests of Mrs C VrneU and Mrs Wm ToM Sunday l3t Several from this place attended Suminv School at Mal lory Sunday Mr OiMwell la certainly an efficient m ri tnrant and the school will tU probability bo a sue eels as long as he conducts ItA box supper is betas planned at Mallory SChoolhouse on Frlar niirrt next A rordlal Invitation In extended to all who wish to prtIcltKite John J Lakes has a f 1nInoso of rent or sell He will m ti Beren soon where h= exp + keen a hotel This week bas been n sad time for birds The fir us could be heard on all sides Messrs A C Wllwn Kellogg and James Wilson have been spending a hunting vacat tlon with I A Hunt imp Wm Webb Anderson Lr Fes J livery stable mf a at Berea In standing a few days w h his dauglitpr Mrs John Lakes rlll Turner ands John left Sat unny for Illlnlo ire they will nutn their furur homo Fred Lakes say he wishes hf with Edward Oabbard slncn h t so many potatoes t He unfortunately did not ralso many and seems to have difficulty In procuring any I drp say there were fifty bufthels False 1 here In several patches pninblnnd Win Todd had glv on him t ine dnw He values ther very highly porn nr hpneople ot this vicinity took advantage of the fine hog klllnir w il Tommle Kel Icy of Combs and Maude Johnston ot Thursdayiinn lULL Nov ISWe are having plenty of 1rainnow Mrs Jeff Roberson is slckMr Mose Estridge Visit ed her daughter Mrs Pet Carpenter Thursday Mrs FannJe Brockman an daughter visited her brother Mr Rutbon Gubbard of Dreyfus Sunday night Mr and Mrs Joe Alexander Were in Richmond Saturday on busl Ibeeninitlng has rwnedLee Hazwood Mr PIttniin of Mote spentlay night with Jim Btngham San- dfamilyN D Casteel made a bust recentlyMrPlttmanfarm of Palestine Green expecting to TomduffJ McKeehan ind daughter Minerva visited Mr and Mrs Kiab McKeehan of Mote Sunday Jim Roberson of ThursdayTllgiJtI Hclmond with 414 geese Levl Lamb moved to his now homo Saturday I ri- i I a T Henry Ramsey of Gray Hawk visited his sisterinlaw Mrs Julia C Green Saturday night Boyen Gentry and wlfo of Red Lid visited Mr T J McKeehan and wlf Saturday night CLAY COUNTY Less drinking gambling pistol tote lug shooting on the public highway and Idleness in Clay Teachers Association will bo held at the Academy Saturday the 24th and everybody is Invited G B Lyttlo will move to Corbin soon whore he will farm on the land of our friend Wm Penlugton DRIP ROC KAJCKSON CO Nov 19Mr aud Mrs J E Par sons have a One girl A fine girl was also born to Mr and Mrs Dan Miller J W Van Winkle left for Ber a FrldayA J Church n former stu dent of Borea College was with us on Saturday staying over night with 0 M Parsons G M Parsons Turner Kelly T H Evorwle and others went to Red Lick Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs Bud Isaacs were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sint W bb Saturda night George Wilds the fruit agent was here the first part of the week delivering fiult Sam Creech from Owley county was the guest of G M Parsons Saturday ev ening Those who went to UUrton Flat Sunday to attend the preaching were disappointed as the minister failed to be there Mrs Isaac Fowler who has been sick for rfometlm is reported to be improving OWSLEY COUNTY IEICOSK Nov lbWe are having some fine whither here nrwWm Gibson went to Clark county to Inv a 5000 firm but did not buy When ho trot buck he went to Pulaski county to see his soninlaw Carlo Stenn who U very sick with typhoid fever He Is plan ning to look for a rum down there Cromwell and Bessie Cole visited Wal ter Gibson and his sister on MvtUr Creek All reported a good timeJohn Moore ot Cow Creek died the other day of consumption Alb rt Baker and Green Gbson went out hunting one night and cinirht five poe sums and one ground hop and add- it was a bid night to hunlim nick nell was hauling logs the other day and got kicked bv a mule ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IlOCKFOIin Nov 19Eli Bullen of Conway and Mae Todd of Roekfrrt KV were mar tied Wednesday N vmber 14Mr and Mrs J W T M vii ed Mr and Mrs W P Andnrnn Saturday and SundayBertha Bnli n visited Brtle and Bernice TOM QfnnUT end Sun day P S OilUHn vltlntr his daughter Mrs Cora Turner of Knox county Mr and v H R Billen visited at Rockford q + rlv nd Sun dayII E Gad who hie been in West Virginia t + 1mr lice re turned homel1 + E Mke vaulted home folks near Berw Situnlay and SundayRev FT PhDlna nreached at Scaffold Cn yThe protracted meeting will begin at Macedo nia Monday night Allman Todd vle Ited J W Todd 4r OHIO NEWS UAMILTOX Nov 12Mr and Mrs Flanory of Mason 0 spent a few day with Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard last week The greatest fire disaster Hamilton ever slav occurred last week The four and onehalf story Mehrum Building with the exception of the Reutschler Building was the handsomest building ou High street was consumed entirely The stores of the C D Mathes Co drygoods and Holbrock Bros dry goods were totally destroyed For a time It semed as tho a large part of the business district must be lost The Second National Bank and the T V Howell b Sons store were damaged the losses obtainable were as follows Mehrum Building total loss cost 76 000 was insured C D Mathes Co drygoods total loss stock worth 100000 well Insured Holbrock Bra drygoods total low stock worth from 100000 to 150000 well insured Miami Shoe Company practically destroy ed by fire and water George H Voss grocery store damaged by fire and water Insured W J Rabb tailor badly damaged by fire and water- Marks Outfitting Cr badly damrged by flro and water Costonl Confectlor cry Co damaged bv water and smoke other adjoining buildings were slightly damaged The total loss was about 450000 It occurred next door to the great fire that destroyed the Howell store four years ago It was much larger and fiercer and occasioned a propertyMayoraid Two companies were sent with engine on a special train but arrived too late to do any good This tire oc curred Tuesday night Wednesday night a small printing establishment was burnedTho mortgage which tins alsoburnedgiven in honor of the occasion Abou JUdgeBeldenPresident Hughes of De Pauw as the guest of honor President Hughes and exGovernor Camnboll made fitting speeches The meeting was held in roomPresldelltDabney speak one moro Sunday at tho Y Sundayhisably dealt with KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 50o a suit is all it will cost you I Students Journal J1 Containing Breezy Notts of Corn Ing Events and Past Trlah And I Triumphs of Btrtt Students l President Frost delivered the Mon day lecture to tIlt Upper Chapel stu dents this week Taking for his sub ject The Conflicts of Our Times Ho cited to us the three chief con theta of tho future First The conflict between luxury and the strenuous life Second Tho oonflct between unbelief and faith Third Oppression and justice Prof Raises lecture In tho lower Chapel on Eyea was grimy enjoy ed Some of the students said It was one best lecture they had over hoard Several have their eyes opened wider and are seeing things they didnt see before Tho Phi Delta Society elected Mr L J Cook as a second member of their editorial staff so that now each one having the other to help him keep awake we may expect some semi occasional reports as to 18 doIng line at any rte are tho first sweep tags of the new broom It Is not always the machine that makes the most nolle that turns out the most work Phi Delta has been accused of steeplrig but oaatrtions dont alter the facts In the cue Asa result of the Phi Delta spirit the new carpet and tables costing some thing like ninety dollars were put in to service last Friday night not only by Phi Deltlans but by a large num tar of ladles Howard Clark Jno Welch and Sew ard Marsh assisted by other members of the society are mainly responsible for the successful completion of the Improvements All had the privilege of walking the carpet without fear of the deans displeasure and the ar dent endeavors of the orchestra were appreciated Our Yankee visitor who wanted a letter written seemed quite pleased to see how fast Scribe Dilly could wrlto when ho kicked and licked the stubborn mule The scribe to the amusement of the audience was very much put out to have all his foolscap loft to wrap up hayseed After a well contested debate Professor Josephine Robinson then rows to express her pleasure In the well rendered program and her senti ments seemed to be seconded by the rest of the ladles We should be glad to hear from old Phi DeUlans who rend the Citizen thru Its editor On the afternoon of Thanksgiving Day Is the great football name of the year Then the College department plays the rest of the school This w11 be one of the best and meet evenly contested games of the year and there should be a large crowd out sot only to root for the chosen sides but to help the Athletic Association as all the proceeds of the game go to liqui date the Aoct tlon debt Adrataaloa 26 oenls and 1C cents LOVH By One Who Known If we look back upon the word love we find that love was about the first emotion in the his tory of mankind But we cant Imagine Adam having an emottoaor thought In his makeup that was opposed to love for he hall nothing to b dissatisfied with and surely a man poe the boundless mercies and providences that he did could not help being filled with love for the Provider of tbeee thing Of course another element comes Into his char acter when woman Is created andtlio his first thoughts may have been of love of her he very soon got into trouble on her account and be would have been a very strange man It at time when be was tolling for his daily bread and thought of the life of ease that he was accus tomed to he bad not felt some resent ment In his heart But resentment does not last and love does according to the Scriptural story Love is of such a vague comprehen lion that it Is next to Impossible to give a definition of It One man may define love and another may sty that bt doesnt halt express It If you stop every person you see and ask them to give you a definition for love nine times out of ten you have got them in a tight corner The average person may know what love is but It is simply Impossible for him or her as the case may be to put it ra words It la not at all strange that such a the ease for Just consider how many kinds of love there are There Is love ot uiuney lovu of social position and Icvo of self for some of us are awfully stuck on ourselves as the slang phrase has It There are people who are literally in love with money It Is positively a grief to them to part with It There are oases without num ber of people woo valuo social veal tion above everything else If they are not In love with It what shall we say of their emotion along that line Then there are people who love animals a groat deal more than hum an beings That Is certainly a kind of lovo that must be classed by itself Of course that doesut mean that a man can experience only ono kind of love But compare his love for a favorite horse and his love for his wife It may and has very often hipponed that a man thought no much of his horse that when It happened to get seriously injured he would have it killed to save it from suffering But who ever heard of a man following that course of action with his wife or any friend or relative Now we come to another kind of love the most common love of man for woman and vice versa It Is pret ty safe to say that no one living can honestly make the statement that he spmekindvery few cases but they are as taro as they are unfortunate A person who has never loved anyone or cared to have anyone love him ought to have his head examined to see If his mind is in a perfectly healthy condi tion There are a number of varlet les+ of this kind of love In nearly all oases there seems to be a desire to withdraw from tho society of other People and be by oneHsoIf Why this Is so is hard to find out If you ask thorn if they are ashamed of their love thore is an indignant dental in most oases but still they seek quiet corners attempt to save gas and use as little furniture as possible and numerous other economies that seldom con 1 1 tinue after the courtship period Love is perhaps tho emotion most made fun of You spook of love and you can see broad smiles and perhaps more noisy amusement and If you ask those people what they are laugh ing at they cannot toll you F r sumo unknown roimn It has boeome tho custom to consider anyone In love m a person to be laughed at or teas ed In fact something highly amusing but it Is a condition we all Incas thru we nil know that when wo are amused at tho Idea of some Ono of our friends being In love the chances are that a big majority ot us are In the same fix or would like to bl anyway We see Innumerable Jokes on love In the comic papers all of which are holding love up ns something to be laughed at Tho Jokes are probably written by some matt who has ben- In lovo Is ghd of It and Is writing these Jokes with a happy family about him Of course there are cases where tho lovemaking of a couple IB highly amusing but Its not tho fault of the emotion but oftli people tht mrlvra so If you an not In love II w and dont feel as If you could love anyone or anything depend upon It that there Is something the miller wlih you on l the sooner you get out of thit Mat of mind the betttr you and theriof tho world will be From one e time Rhetorical classes TIII nviiiiTiuiow or iiirC- oalfaued from Flnl 11gt On reaching the crater the high prlesteM of Pelt met thim prorlmint Ing her authority and warning them nut to prossh Undaunted Kwlohul kept on Reaching the crater alms Kd the way down the stay rocky path over tho hot stones the earth trent bUng beneath her to the very aloe of Halemanman Into the f try Ilk she now threw stone after stone knowing that nothtnc rould be more displeasing to the Goddess tier terri tied people stood about her expecting to so some menlfeeiaUoa of Petes anger Turning to than the queen said Jehovah Is rav Gad lie kind led these fires I fear not Pele but should I perish by her anger then you may ten her power Hut If Jehovah save me In breaking her ubn then you must tsar and serve Jehovah The Gods of Hawaii are vain great Is time goodness of Jehovah In vending mule stonarloe to turn us to the liv ing God- rhe people knelt prayer wee offer ed and above the roaring of the angry flames could be heard tile mutc of a Christian hym- nInstructions to Corrospondents 1 Write with pen and lull not with pencil Z Writ very plainly and take special ears In writing the unities of people and places to write plainly to spell correctly and begin such names with capital letters Begin names of months and days with espial 3 Do not number the items of your hews 1 2 3 etc as these naragnHitu are numbered 4 Read over the sews you have sent In before you send it and spin when published in the paper see how the spelling wording punctuation ant arrangement of sentences has been changed by the editor sad matte your news more like it next time ao the editor will have lase correcting to do- G Write out the names of months and days ot the week end other tI-n full just as they should be printed Do not abbreviate them C If you receive a copy of these in structions with some paragraph es pecially marked with a neacil pay special attention to the InttraetlOM marked personisomit these titles ItL should not be omitted 8 Begin the first wrest In every I8n- tence with a capital Do not begin words In the middle ot a sentence with capitals unless they ought to have capitals according to rile t9 In writing numbers spell them out such as two six Instead of 2 C unless you are writing a win of money or n date Dale should he written like this time 38th of July or July 26 and money with the usual signs as 6000- COLLEGE ABOUT TO BE FIRED When Officers Appeared and Arrested the Owner It It Alleged Preitonburjr KyA few days ago John 140 Coleman of Mt Sterling agent for the Ohio German Insuranoo Co received a tip that a plot had been made to burn the Barrlngton college which was Insured In his company Mr Coleman had paid one loss on a suspicious fire at that school and WM determined to Investigate He accordingly secured tho services of C H Overly a detective and sent him to the scene It is charged that Overly found a man named Frank Ellis who was suspected and told ill about the plot He was told by tho detective to It Is said to carry out his part of the program and they would catch W M Barrlngton who owned the school Ellis having told the detective tlut Harrington had offered him SOO to burn the building Under the Instruc tions of Overly It is further related Ellis carried out the arrangements with Barrlngton and pourod two gal Ions of oil In the building Barrlngton was in the room with Ellis It Is al leged and the building was about to be fired when the sheriff ot Floyd county and Overly arrested both men as they came out of tile building Dar rlngton Is very wealthy and very influential Ellis Is a poor man and will be used as a witness Log Jam Breaks Catlcttsburg KyTho Jam of logs which has been In the breaks of Sandy river at Morrowbone Ky for several years has started Steamboats and other craft have left the mouth of the river for safer landings Half a Million Lopr Dar oursv11le KyLogs of the ag gregate value of 500000 have floated down the Cumberland rived during the past two days the best logging tldo In years being on The ensuing prosper ity to lumbermen and loggers will be great S h+ er Always Remember the Full Name Laxative Br1n Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo ca oft Box 25c J HOUSES TO RENT For Families Educating Their Children Tho College Treasurer has several desirable dwellings to rent to families who wish to spend n term or more in Berea for the benefit of their children Houses like the above Containing four rooms furnished with bedsteads tables chairs hunting und cooking stoves runt for eight dollars per term Oilier houses containing sonled rooms or with barns and gardens for somewhat higher rental Preference given always to families with children to educate For regulations and further particular address time Trwisuror or call ou him at his office in the roar of tho Library Building any morning nt 046 T J Osnoiise Treasurer oJ Seeing the Southwest- EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have hoard of the bmujwr crops which hove been raised in Arkansan Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and Sty Mexico Havv you ttn ared theta with results obtained in your section T IH your work where you are bringing you in tixpondedIfr opening Arkansas Northern Louisiana and the Gull Coast of Texan Lot us give you full Information about 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