You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, November 29, 1906. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1906 cit1906112901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, November 29, 1906. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Ir 0 1 OUoIoUotlolloUoUOOUoUOoBEREA J E ALBERT COOKPhQ Msnsrtr o 0 10 rrdr1MeIw nlntmlKotetlOI maR moWr 0- o OSoSOeoiomovOSoMOioeoioSOSo VOL YIII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 1000 Dollar a Year NO 24 I 1 73 IDEAS Ufa never turns Us best towards na until wo turn our beRtI alto towards lUll gntetDoin nothing for otliors the un doing of our sulvon- AUvuyn lnilgh when you can it is n vlllInp llltdioillt Laugh und ruJoice often for n good laugh inbuttur thntui hundred groans in any market lienrt dooth 1 to everyhodyIBo plonsant and jollynt all times and you will helpolhora much and yourself The most priceless joy conies from ranking oilers happy nut contoull1cKindness is catching and if you go around with u thoroughly deve ilopct CIO your neighbors will b viro to get it Radinto gladness Chrlaaiel Bo I of good cheer for I nin with you always- CTVICIIMS No woman ii no mannish aa to di lIke shaping An ouuct of hustle i worth a pound of rabbits feet Some follows rise in tb world for fear of getting dizzy- A skeptic is a tnnn who uses teat inc Reid on his golden opportunities Nw York Times FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tke tkambir of deputies of lb- t Fr Hob parliament hwvottd to sup port the fownraent la tu tnfurclng the Uw aeprtlnc tburch and Ute The vats TTU 411 to HI The raprM of Japan U iranwniely popular with her ptopl Sias U uld to be rf lr In f tor of sdueAtlon women sad from hr own pockelbook elves tamely toward the maintenance of school and college tor as womenThe AnN hue Just launched the st battleship In the world Much Interest Mil been stirred by a report In the Urltiih parliament on the amount ot vie tound among the Chinese laborers In South Africa IB India tke fllne is b omlng very iiiunc that the country ought to tale and be from Drtt lib rule The Indian congress an SB awnbly uf the native people of India 11 soon to meet and will dlseuM tbl a subject There ire two partlr amen j the people one the moderate whotv plan is to have India rennin Bagllah and after a time become a great lieU governing colony like Oinada or Au fttrfllta and the other the extremis who want India to becom indeper- cot d of England aa oon u possible Hy a vote of 256 to 56 the house of Lords dunged the Education Dill so that every public school must hue some tune set apart for rallgtoua In atnieilon Ttry dty It this intent 4that the children would be taught to be good reed the Bible love God and fellow men It would be a very good thing but It does not mean that It Weans UwX In some whoola Oithollc priori ve to their doctrlnon In others KplscopMUn ministers and perhaps In a few tredbyterUnn or Daptlsts or Methodists would tntcb toltrlneaand that la very bad Such absurd icilnn will make the time nearer the House of Lords shell be done away and the Episco palian Church shall not bo the Churoh of England any moro t tl OUR OWn COUNTRY San Francisco la having many troub lee Aa noon as the rebuilding of the city commenced the prices of everything labor lumber Iran eTerythlns needed to up the ruined city nice enormously ao thAt the poorer 111 eon hardly build Mouses at all Everything was done by the greedy iiru IltMkol1l to hinder supplies and lubor coming In from other places In swan Vf JoT as to put prices down aeiln where ought to bo Now word thni a large amount of money perhaps as much au a million dollars has been stolen from tho re lief fund And finally the mayor Eugene Sctonlt ypmrs to be a Cruder a strong unprincipled poUt teal boss and he has been indicted for extortion and blackmail PUtaburc la also In trouble It has had over a hundred highway robberies and burglaries several murder another d horrors within a month and the police force has been largely In croased a vigilance committee appointed to help enforce the law another ways of stopping the wholesale crime are being planned- A number of tho largest railroads5 and other corporations hue ratscd the wages of employees 10 percent within the last month or two and It Is stld that many others are planning to do so There Is no doubt the wages ought to ba raised both because the corporations are making more money tho cost o living has Increased much within the last few It would be well if th salaries of ministers teachers another d worker should go up in the name ay- COMMONWEALTHI OF KENTUCKY- It Is snit that Franks boom for republican candidate for governor la growing I Tho LoulsvlllcIIcrald of November 2Cth nays that tho republicans havo a chance of canrlmr the state legis 1 lature It points out that the ropub Means made great grains in the last election in spite of the fact that 1 seven out of eleven congressional districts the republicans had no or I ganized campaign Tho figures they show or tho gains already made eeoma to show that their idea Is right Let 4 THE CITIZEN WHAT ABOUT THE BAD THINGS Yes we say of course there are a good many things to thankful for but then there are so many things that have happened in the past year and that are still happening I When we think of nil the crime and wickedness the earth quakes and storms the sickness suffering and death it seems as if things were growing worse instead of better- If we had no righteous loving and powerful God there might be good reason for Why be thankful The world is full of evil and getting worse I But sjn6e we have such a God the world is growing better for all who believe Him and love Him Crime and wickedness arc beingshown up and bad people arc being punished So it to do wrong andeasier to do right Earthquakes and storms are uniting all mankind in brotherly interest and helpfulness Acci dents and sickness are making people study and work to stopand avoid them and the is healthier and andeleads into the Kings palace Yes the world 1s growing better and I All things work together good to them that love God ItLet us be thankful us tat the best moo in our districts on to the republican tickets and then hustle for them and the whole taros of politics In this state will be chang bettereThe ot Charities and Corrections will be an Important mooting to bo hold In Loulsvilln Fri day and Saturday of this week Many mayors and other prominent people are expected from different cities of the This organization offered seven bills which were passed by thee last legislature and It la to plan laws for a state refornutorr for women and for the restriction of child labor In this meeting The Mountain Champion atoughtddespised The service ot the mountain people to tho national cause in the Civil War ls of Itself enough to proudDutkinds of pride The pride ot some people makes them reckless scornful and neglectful of their own Improvement while the pride of wise people makes them confident courageous and nmbl keeptheIrportuniiy for progress For a good many yours now a steady stream of young men and young ladles from the mountains has been finding its way to Derea where soon become acquainted with the most inspiring young people from neighboring counties and as these students have gone back to their own homey tore stood by one another in all things which make for progress The standards of living hAvo been Irn proved the quality of school work has been elevated end this Influence together with the prosperity which has como Wit the inTensod price of lumber and tho general advanp of n UNTHE HAMMER Lacy K ntuklan s Services Will Be- geld Per Nine Month Wk k UitTii lCrOolol solm Baet TT1U ttnraleed mallet the slier Y lUll eeo ttf will Motion off AvJUrvv a sbVtla white man who ro tleetfe H Aiowr servlaw will e U Us ptrhsear far tko period off noise SMdxUM The Jlfte 6uic will M a4ee the Wa4e ye oe1 las wMt to zkA kite u M m little Uwt oettQB seder M Uvajiabiy attracts at tccUrra Ke was tried last weak and nonrlctcfl being found by the verdict Strong ablebodied with no visible means of support and too lazy to work Treacherous Creek Rise mewl KyTwo women Mrs Jams Miens raid Mrs Rolen aro re porlet to have been drowned in tho CikBaban branah flood Many housoa awaynbridges on the Mud Lick exten Ion of the Interstate railroad in county are washed out causing a loss with other damages of 20000 the country makes the mountain re roady for a groat advance Deroa College and all Its teachers hope that the mountain people will be so proud that they will wish to whirisbybuyingon fashionable bonnets Wo cannot make progress by Imitating the people who live In but rather our glory is In those good pure and noble things which flourish host In the IththoOld world Tho people of Switzerland d never try to live like the people of and all the world admires the people of Switzerland more than those of tho French capital So all the people of Scotland not try to the theytrytheir own mountains- In a recent speech at Hlndman President I roet bro ht two messages worldrileuoatlon Dy education Scotland ha ottheand the Scotch people have don our people In the mountains can do And the massage which he brought from Switzerland was good roads With higher mountains than ou mountains on whoso summits lh snow can never mlt the Swiss bav built atone with arches over tV strata and thus able to travel to bring in their goody to oarry out tnxORInwagons The picture which comes this week monoatudttuU pridetnlomountain family send a son or a wlntlrI mirc tu cry next week STREAMSI RAPIDLY RISING Rivers and Creeks Reported Out of Banks Thousand of Lope Lot Lexington Ky Telegrams from al over the state Indicate that great damage has been done by tho Cumberland Licking Hed Kentucky and Dig Sandy rivers and other rivers and creeks 1 the state From Bowling Groen come that the Barren river has risen 26 feet and thousands of logs railroad lies and much fencing have been swept away Green river at Morgantown has risen 1C feet and thousands of logs boon lost at Ford Clarkcounty The Kentucky river Is threatening the bridge at Morgantown whore there is a great Jam of logs At Maysvllle the Ohio river Is full of logs thousands of which have been lost on river 4n the mountain district Former Postmaster Dies Louisville Ky Attorney John Bar ret aged 60 years postmaster of Louis villa during the Harrison administra tion and member bt the state sonata during the lTaylor trouble is dead ot apoplaay at Mogtrpae Oslo l Chief Contents of This Number VAGI ONK Ideas Pram the Wide In Our Own Countr- yConiowenall or Kentucky rtlltorliilWlint Altou Ilia Untl Thhlgr Tim Mountain Clinmjilon Itt Market Hiport VAOK TWO rot m Night III 110 Country Serlnllli Unifier ram TJIUHIX- llcrrn and Vicinity TAkn Smirch Collrgo Items Illinnn nt Ijirgo In Clilciigi- t1Auu Comment inuruce for Workmen n 8lut Olillgittlom- hjr Olin It llenilpnon Iii tl fnilruiifn of lliniiilne by Dr- Neurll llwlghl 111111 Tlio Chlnee Lnlior Irolilem In Innamn by Iue Clue The Children Department Temperance Nut IAOB 1IVU- Hitnil nnil Itirm Iinprovetiicnt The Agvof Prouder IOU SIX The llninit ItlcantulllowtttCaoklt- The Hchool The Kxponltlitn by Irof- Dlniniore The InrmDllrlilni by 1131 Wnihhiirn Ulghth Kentucky IlUtoryI- MOI5SHVUV News frtttn Hveryuhere The Sundny Srliitol tOIl rtar1lion intern Kentucky Correspondence An ICiliimttuiinl 1ortre Live Stock Market yoularlllolorl7IExtra good steers f4 70 to ff 15 Light snipping steera 4 CO 475 Choice butcher steers 4 25 4 75 Fair to good II II 8 50 4 25 Common to medium do 8 00 8 50 Clioko butcher heifers 850 4 XX Fair to good do do 8 00 fl rn Coin to do do 2 25 2 76 Choice butchor cows n 25 8 75 Fair to good do do 2 50 II 25 Com to mod do do 2 00 160 Cnnnore 100 2 00 Choice feeders 8 75 4 00 7eYCom 2 75 Ii 25 Good to ext stock steers 8 26 8 CO Fair to good do do 2 76 II 25 to melt do do 2 00 2 75 Good to ex stock heifers 2 50 8 00 Com to med do do 2 00 2 50 00sCon to moo do 2 60 8 26 00o60i260 tD 00rs100aHOOS Choice p b 20000 IIaJ 0 10 Medium wickers 100 to 200 lbs 6UO Light shippers 190 to ICO Ibs 5 80 75Lighttoughs 150 to 400 Ills 8 60 to 5 45 snap AND Good to eli ant uheop 176 4 00 Fair to good Hlieep 2 00 2 50 Common Blier p 200 8 00 liuckH 1 76 2 26 lioicp shipping loinlis 0 50 7 00 00CullHand IBRIBERS PUNISHMENT For Contempt In the MarcurnHarals ISuit Is Approved Frankfort KyThe of appeals curllined 5000 for contempt of court nail Felix Feltner JJOOO and sentenced to serve two years in jail for actively as cont lag bribed with money certain wit nesses to absent themselves from the trial of Mrs James B Maronma suit against James Hargls for damages The court of appeals says this son tence is not excessive uudor the tes timony produced and Indicates no pas don or prejudice on the part ot the For SaleI have for sole ao acres of land lying nearthepiko nod on the Gar rard countyliue 2or 3 miles west from Boron adjoining tho landof Frank Taylor I have on sorg placeImo at Kirksville Ky aJAJCES IU HENRY u A 4NR o i oiollOUOIOoIOUOUoEONoIOUvA o Life in next weeks issue of the Citizen ieoeoeoeoaoeooeooeoeoeoeoI i I 20 One side also never glrlu b1fc that itself freed tesrh their only when build they canine their years for state make they they Dock wertt Wlso gion not cities Parts what roads repor havo every Goob World roux Oolilrn mat Com LIMBS court Jury also oetth0 IJ LIABLE TO LEAK The Family Stocking is liable to Ijleak Deposit extra dollars andi 1watch1 lars for you We Guarantee YouiPerfect Safety 1 4 per cent Compound InteresttThe use of Your Money When You Want Iti J lONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT I Come in and let us tell yon 1 more about it j 1 l t Berea Banking Co t Assets over 14000000 A Capital 2500000 J t 1 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER cashlerii 1bTHE NEW MILLINERY AND NOTION STORE I J l i 1iI tI T Has the Largest Stockl 101 of Hats at the Cheap est Prices Call and t r see our goods and be 11 rf Convinced i J f MRSSR BAKER I Corner Center and Main Streets Y The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 1 Zfreasuus department efficc of Comptroller of the Currency f Washington D C November 17 1906 i WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the un dersigned it has been made to appear that The Berea National Bank in the Town of Berea in the County of Madison and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to ilBankingNow I 1 Kane Deputy and Act 1 tCountycommence the business of Banking as provided in Section M Fifty one hundredand sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United Statesx i IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and seal of office this seventeenth day of November 1906 a i IIDeP1tyflank open December 1 S E WELCH Pres WRIGHT KELLY Vice Pres Je L GAY Cashier t eo H J T 77 r= 1- Lyr SERIAL MU NIGHT IN THE COUNTRY In the clfy the night la gay Brighter more fcvcfiiti than the day Throngs unceasing pass through the glare Allured by pleasure or urged by ears The noisy stir the busy hum Of unresting lire la seldom dumb The benediction of midnight deep Never may fall on the cltyi sleep In the country the dusk sweet night Has the solemn calm of the Infinite The dim wide fields In sllcnco lie Under the arch of ebon sky The wind steftls out of the quiet woods To blow over dewchrlsmed solitudes The hush of the hour Is still and deep In the pastures where the cattle sleep The kindly stars shine above the hills With balm and healing the nighttime tills Here In the country one may rest Like a child on Its mothers breast L M Montgomery In Farm Journal THE GRAFTERS pY- PRANCIS LYNDB lOoprtifibV MM t 7 zee UobtJIrrtU CM CHAPTER XXIV CONTINUKD The editor wagged his head in sym pathyI wish I could help you David Youve done a big thing for metor the Argus and all I have to hand you In return Is a death sentence Mac Farlane Is back Hero In town Yes And that Isnt the worst at It The governor stint for him Havo you any Idea what Is la the wlndr asked Kent drylipped Im afraid I have My young men have been nosing around In the Trans Western affair and several things have developed Matters are approach ing a crisis The cutrate boom U pbout to collapse and there Is trouble brewing in the labor organization If Bucks doesnt get his hench men out of it pretty soon they will bo Involved In the smashwhich will be bad for them and for him politicallyI most of that a good while ago Kent cut In Yes I know But there Is more to follow The stocksmashing plan was nil right but it is proving too low Now they are going to do something else Can you give it a name asked Kent nerving himself I can But fiat tell me one thing as matters stand could Guilford dis pose of the roadsell it or lease UT No ho would first have to be made permanent receiver and be given authority by tho court Ahl that explains Judge MacFar Unas return Now what I am going to tell you is the deadest of secrets It came to me from one of the Over land officials and Im not supposed to gossip Did you know the Overland Short Line bad passed under FlaaU gould domination- I 7 know they elected a Plantagould directory at the annual meeting Exactly Well Guilford is going to lease the TransWestern to its competitor for a term of 99 years Thats your death sentence Kent sprang to his feet and what he said Is unrecordable He was not a profane man but the sanguine temperament would assert Itself ex plosively 1n moments of sudden stress When Is this thing to be done he demanded when the temperamental gods were appeased a little Hlldrcth shrugged- I havo told you all I could and rather more than I had any right to Open the door behind you wont your The air Is positively sulphurous Kent opened the door entirely miss- Ing tho point of sarcasm in his heat But you must have some idea he Insistedk 11 havent any more than the gen eral ono Chat they wont let grass grow tinder their feet No God blast the whole I wish I could swear In Sanscrlt The mother tocgue doesnt begin to do Justice to It Now 1 know what Bucks meant when he told mo to take my railroad if I could get it Ho had the whole thing coopered up in a barrel at that t minuteI It you have no alternative to this said the editor tapping the pile of affidavits Not a cursed shred of an idea And Hlldreth he broke off short because qnce again tho subject sud denly grew too large for coherent speech Hlldreth disentangled himself from the legs ol his chair and stood up to put his hands on Kents shoulders You are up against it hard David bo said and ho repeated Id give all my old shoes to be able to help you out I know It said Kent and then he turned abruptly and went away Between nine and ten oclock the tame evening Kent was walking the floor of his room trying vainly to persuade himself that virtue own coward and wondering if a dose of chloral hydrate would BlaHI feasible under the cruel sleep Ile had about decided In favor of the drug when it tap at the doortl I announced tho earning of a bellboy 1Portia with a note It was a zressage from If you have ttrojrn away your tbaaco Infinitely and are willing to1 f 1 a still more desperate one coma to neat tee she wrote and he went caeehmtfeaUy as a drowning man catches at utraw knowing it will not MLYehtm TIle hrnae In Alameda Square was dark wea he wont up the walk and while lie was feeling for the bellpush his saner called to him out ot the electric stonclllngs of leaf shadows under tile broad veranda It te IIeolOne a night to star In doers M said Como and sit In the- hananteckahlle J scold you as you de 1Ien And when he had taken the hammock Now give an account ot jnunsetC Where have you been for the JUt age or twort- Vafrowing around In the lower deaths at the place that Dante visited fie admitted Dant you think you deserve a man handling I suppose so and If you have It In mind C shall probably get It But I may say Tm not especially anxious for a touziieaflhlnK tbnlght Pone boy she murmured In mock oyropatkr Does It hurt to be truly gooiir Try 6t some time when you have alltUcfeisxre and see for yourself he retorte She laughed No Ill leave that for the Miss Brentwooda By the way did you go to toll the household goodbyT Penelope was wondering audibly what had become of you I didnt know they were gone I I have been nowhere since tho night you drove etc vest with contumely and opprobrium againIdived deep They went a week ago Tuesday and you lost your ghostly advisor and your political staff manager at one fell swoop But mtJLT SB ORE OF TILE CHANCES Wfc MUST TAKE DAVID It Isnt wonderful that you havent missed Mr Ormsby Having elected Mss Btcnltfood your consciencekeep erbxcMef you have no further use for the P S 1C- Ax you have no further use for me apparently he complained Did you read for me so that you might abuse mo ta the second edition 7 TGs I wanted to give you a bit of nevra sad to repeat an old question of mine Do you know what they are galas to do next with your railroad Year Hlldreth told me this after DOGIL Well what are you going to do Nothing There Is nothing to be done TThcy have held to the form of legal procedure thus far but they wont do It any more They will take MacFst3ane oH in a corner somewhere have friar make Guilford permanent receiver and the lease to the Overland will be consummated on the spot I nhant be in it ProlMtbly not certainly not If you dont fay to get In It And that brings me bask to the old question Are you big enough David trOu think I havent been big enough to live up to my opportunities thus tar Im afraid I may disappoint you again be said doubtfully Yaa have disappointed me she admitted That Is why I am asking ra Ute to be reasonably sure your Jonathan Edwardsy notions are not go- Ing to trip us again Portia If I thought you really grant that A conscienceless man enough God knows but a con sdenwcss woman lief Hau h was a decorous little skrfrfc Darin you are not big you are nacres narrow narrow Is there no other rode of morals In the round world save that which the accident of birth has Interleaved with your New England Bible What is conscience rIt as absolute standard of right and wrong Or Is It merely your Ideal or ntae or ShaDz Ullah Khans Yea may call It all the hard names you tea lay tongue to he allowed Tm not getting much comfort out of 1 1 asd J rather enjoy hearing it abused Dnt you are thrusting at a shadow in the present instance Do you know what C4Yd this afternoon Z How should I know I dorflt know why you shouldnt you taeov everything that happens But m tiil you I had been fighting the thIng over from start to finish and buck again ever since you blessed me oat a week agd lost Monday and at the wlnd4ip this afternoon I took the papers out of the bank vault bay rag ft 1m mind to go and give his cx celleary a bad quarter of an hour Datflwi didnt do ItZ 1CI be saved me the trouble WAUe wax getting ready to go and bunt dIre Me card came up W a had it out Is tat eooma Cs listening she said and he re- herrnsi the facts for her concealing optfafee what a curious thing human na plla3a rnrmmtted wLen he hrd made an end My better Judgment says you were all kinds of a somebody for not clinching the nail when you had it so well driven some And yet I cant help admiring your exalted fa naticism I do love consistency and the courage of it But tell me if you can how far those fairfighting scru ples of yours go You have made it perfectly plain that It a thief would steal your pocketbook you would ant fer loss before youd compromise with him to get it back But suppose you should catch him at it would you feel compelled to call a policeman or would you He anticipated her You are doing me an Injustice on the other side now Ill fight as furiously as you like All I ask is to be given weapon that wont bloody my hands Good she said approvingly I think I have found the weapon but its desperate desperate And 0 David youve got to have a cool head and a steady hand when you Use It It you haveVt It will kill everybody within tho swing of it everybody but the man you are trying to reach Draw it and let mo feel Its edge he said shortly Her chair was close beside the low swung hammock She bent to his ear and whispered a single sentence For a minute or two ho sat motionless weighing and balancing the chance of success against the swiftly multiplying difficulties and hazards You call It desperate he said at length It there Is n bigger word in the language you ought to find and use it The risk is that of a forlorn hope not so much for me perhaps as for the Innocentor at least- Ignorantaccomplices Ill have to en list She nodded That Is true But how much Is your railroad worth It Is bonded for fifty millions first and twenty millions second mortgage Well seventy millions are worth fighting for worth a very considera blo risk I should say Yrs And after another thought ful Interval How did you come to think of IU It grew out of a bit of talk with the man who will have put tho apex on our pyramid after we have done ourpartWill stand by us If he doesnt we shall all be no better than dead men tho morning after the fact She clasped her hands tightly over her knee and said That is one of the chances we must take David one of the many But it Is the last of the bridges to be crossed and there are lots of them In between Are the details possible That was the part I couldnt uo Into by myself He took other minutes for reflection I cant toll he said doubtfully If I could only know how much time we have- Her eyes grew luminous David what would you do without me she asked Tomorrow night In Stephen Hawks office in Gaston you will lose your railroad MacFar lane is there or it he isnt hell be there in the morning Ducks Guilford and Hawk will go down from here tomorrow evening and the Overland people aro to come up from Midland City to meet them There was awe undisguised In the look he gave her and It crept into his voice when ho said Portia are you really a fleshand blood woman She smiled Meaning that your ancestors would have burned me for a witch Per haps they would I think quite likely they burned women who made better martyrs But I didnt have to call In Flibbertigibbet The programme Is a carefully guarded secret to be sure but It is known it had to bo known to a number of people outside of our friends the enemy Youve heard tho story of tho Inventor and his secret havent you NoWell the man had Invented some thing and ho told the secret of it to his son After a little the son wanted to tell it to a friend The old man said Hold on i know Itthats ono holding up one fingeryou know it thats eleven holding up another finger besides the first and now if you tell this other fellow thatll bo one hundred and eleven holding up three fingers That is the case with this programme One of tho one hundred and eleven ho Is a person high up in the management of the Overland Short Line dropped a few words In my bearing and I picked them up Thats all It In fearfully shortthe time I mean ho said after another pause We cant count on any help from anyone in authorly Gullforda broom has swept the lilghsalarlcd of ficial corners clean But the wage people are mutinous and ripe for any thing Ill go and find out where we stand And he groped on the floor of the veranda for his hat No wait a minute she Interposed We are not quite ready to adjourn yet There remains a little matter of compensationyour compensation to bo considered You are still on lye companys payrolls In a way yes as its legal 10510 sentatlve on tho ground That wont do If you carry this thing through successfully it must be on your own account and not as tho companys paid servant You must resign and make terms with Boston beforehand and that too without tell ing Boston what you propose to do Ho haggled a little at that The company Is entitled to my ser vlcw be asserted It Is entitled to what It pays for your legal services But this Is en tirely different You will be acting upon your own initiative sad youll have to spend money like water at your own rIsk You must be urea to deal with Dostcnas aflouCnIdir But I have no moa y t Igread- be to objected Again the brown eyes grew lumi nous and again she said What would you do without me Happily my information came early enough to enable me to got a letter to Mr Ormsby Ho answered promptly by wire this morning Hero is his tolo gram She had been winding a tightly folded slip of paper around her fingers and she smoothed It out and gave it to him Ho hold it In a patch of the electric light between the dancing leaf shadows and read Plot Number Two approved Hare wired ono hundred thousand to Kents order Security Bank Have him draw as ho needs So now you sew she went on you have the sinews of war But you must regard it as an advance and name your feo to the Boston folk so you can pay It back lIe protested again rather weakly- It looks like extortion like another graft he said and now she lost patience with him Of nil the Puritan fanatics she cried If it were a simple commer cial transaction by which you would save your clients a round J70000000 which would otherwise bo lost would you scruple to take a proportionate fee No certainly not Well then you go and tell Mr Lo rIng to wire his Advisory Board tad to dolt tonlglit lint Ill have to name a figure acid KentOf course she replied Kent thought about It for a long minute Then he said I wonder It 10000 and expenses would paralyze themMiss Van Brocks comment was a lit tle shriek of derision To lie Continued BALZAC AND HIS DEBTS Inmans French JtorelUt We Chllfl- t Mr Ktr T Bnnt In IIU Tale- and Kstr dltarr With Balzacs rising fame rises the mountain of his debts writes a critic These starting from his two dims trous years of printing and nublllh Ing In Parts accumulated until at the the top of his literary renown ho bad to hide from his creditors In a garrtt under the name of his landlady or his washerwoman In 1S37 Baliao at that date the bestknown and the mostde bated novelist In France owed 162000 francs about J32SOO Then ho must needs buy a cane which was the talk of Pairs some gold buttons for a new coat a divine opera glass and a dross ing gown beyond words and give a dinner to tho dandles of tho opera respecting which Rossini said that hi had not seen moro magnificence when bo dined at royal tables Balzac three times a millionaire would still have buried himself In debt for the mental exaltation of his creative hours was reproduced when Itt broke loose from the galley bench K4 lavished In anticipation tho wealth he had dreamed would be his This gone ho borrowed anew or devised another of those schemes that were to enrich him beyond the possibilities of literature Ills schemes were essentially s part of Balzac the sovereign uncon querablo visionary He would transport oaks from Pol- And to Franco nothing like oaks front Poland to make your fortune thrw times over Behold him again gravM ly working out his plan to make s corner in all tho arts and putting tip the Apollo Bslvldere for competition among the nationsto act as auctioneer to Europe The child man as his devoted sister Mmo Survlllo used tt call him RARE EXOTIC IN ENGLISH Specimen of IIU Xntlvn Tonne Of Seined by nark Tar In Rely Mark Twain in his recent sojourn to Italy did not confine himself to study ing the Italian language as might bt thouGht from the accounts of his adventures with it He let the Italians try their English on him and aim made n fine collection of English as ItI is written In that country relates Chicago UecordHerald Sunday Mags zlneOne of my choicest gems he vs marked to a recent caller Is a caw loguq which came to me by mall from a seed and plant dealer at Naples I have marked tho description of ater restrial orchid on page 32 as a fair sample and he handed tho catalogue to the visitor and pointed to the tol lowIng Magniflc potplnntt Notorious for the long lasting cutfioweri The soil to bo light but nutritious and tho bulb downthrust early and the first up- shOt to be covered with glass while the equitable fahrcnhclt Is 4iala tamed aiasoakWit I While anecdotes arc common of the brevity of great men In the most Important decisions the record In sucH mutters is probably to be found in the story told upon Von Moltke The great general never opened his mouth if a gesture would answer the purpose IDs comment at the time the Franco Prussian war was announced Is a mat tor of hlstbry TWo news was brought to him that the French had declared war Ho was nt th war office at the time and his entire maff was boiling over with excitement An aidedo camp rushed in to Von Moltkes prl vats office with the document an nouncing tho beginning of the great conflict Von Moltke without looking up from his letters said Second pigeon hole on the right tint It ler And went on with hla mdlnft 31 Y Herald l IHyacinths Tulips Nnrcissus RICHMOND r II Phone 188 RICHMOND KY i I Cut FlowersI 11Decorations c+ +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+oo+o +o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o r Ht HOUSECLEANING SEASON 11 6 Is here and ovary housewife wanta one or more + 1 piecw of now 9 4 + FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 5 fTake a Look TlircxuGii Our Stock 0twill surprise you how woll and how reasonably wo canIQ i I t5 J30 and I35 worth ioO JGO and Ills J itu+O +O+o+O +o+o +OO+O +O+a+O+ O+o+O +O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+O +O t I Carriage Satisfaction Here Runabout3Surriea GracefulUseful bodyfinlehcarriages invariably give thanNOWWo and rotiro Got our prices KENTUCKY F HIGGINS Prop Richmond1 ICy n tyRKKtNtKRRRRRKRKKRRRKRKKKRK 4KKRRKKRKKvJtststRKKRRK4RKRR Getting Comfortable justIamount you I house into a home Ii LOUIS 0 LESTER u Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93IM t3talMkkkiekhStSsklut7tk 14 1skKr kkitittek7tkt4t4k1sSl1oit1t113t1tkSt Callat T J Woberloyfl and seethe boat lino of I COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for i horse Call and got pricoa they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky MonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Oon r of Main and Colllni Street Palms f1Ferns GREENHOUSES JNow Buggies Phaetons Traps Durable t Comfortable Stylish ropalnt repair CARRIAGE WORKS- C your DR W G BEST DENTIST CITY IMIOXK loaIOFFICE OVER POST OFFICE I SeR BAKER Dentist OTMuomc BEREA KY1 Office hours from 8 to 4 City Phone 123 Teeth extracted without tlnSomnofom C F Hanson v LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B II Robinson I All calls promptly attended it night and day- Telephone No 4 Berea Ky oA-O KRKRKKKRKKKRK A KKRRRk I The Citizen I tiEREA KY 1 K A weekly paper devoted to the Interests of the Mountain ecrs of Kentucky 5 Great Premiums for New s Subscriptions AGENTS WANTJP Advertjsing Rates will be furnished on application t I e1ll1II111 1II1II1i1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1ll1C1c1ll1llI Tr= TII R ooooooooooooooooooocc oacocooeol II t I lBerea and Vicinityo0 01t 0 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e0 o Iv eotlotso uuuuuuuuTAKE NOTICE The OonvorMtlon Club will meet on HrMar irfgnt November 30th at 7 oclock with Mr and Mrs Stout The M West for dlMUMlim u Tho rapid pntCNM of modern mtMloni an en ooMraajmieni to play tor the evangel tattoo of tut world The Woman Club incetB next Tuds day night la the peppy Thuuglu Kiting Hoom LadlM naiL 11 cjtnmuu M the study of Ilot rt Browning Tit Ring and tilt nook The tMttttc will tJ ofwn Thurs day November Sfttli Ttuukaglvlnv Day from 0 a m to S a ML ann from 2pm to 110 p IB 8 0 HANSON P M I THANKUatVINQ BVBNTS infof age allowed by pralso niw Ins led by Proa Frost Everybody lamed DUfNRR c VOOTBALU Collocteto Dojiarttnon team elay team tram rut of the reboot on athletic field at 110 p m Students 21 cent other K cents Social from TCO to 820 p in In the Chapel for atudcnln and college pork ere only u they would not bo room j to entertain tha general public There were 200 plodfleo aligned at the tctaporanoi mooting on Tuesday night TBS nlutcrJtsrB of Ikren Colhgo will begin on Wednesday Jan2 HrfFanning will give comper nco oddncaca In Ierb Kj next Sunday Kornlugtfruruoon Aadrontng Mr and kin Jin Bahar ut very oUi vtb trahold fater Mr acid Mnx X 0 llU spent lat Wodi today nlrht wit Oittr ron Mr IDofd Lids and fteallr- illcn BUa Cal trta jlmsanUr rur Drtod by iv Bacafc r c hor frloadn on iMt Ritnrtar oTnlag About thirty reaag area ac4 lOU r vom m mt at Jim Oan aW aloe veil iU rtiilnc4I J A Parka vas It ovn m tual nine lut fUWKto- yklsa ante Coraellus to home for ThoaailvhagThe wild of Sir and Mr Tom Haielwood tied FriUy afternoon Mr sad Km J V Roberta of LA ftalteU Y an arrived toot Thursday to 7telt with Crliada and rUUvo loot Sunday rooraleg nt its Par teh here fire kayo oat c CtecreUry GimbUi Sunday Behool CliM rend from ntr papre pertniolnn IIotlpplaP Tb 9 otateratnt va into In ou of the ellpBtaca that If Ml Oil grain ucHl la cuUns ll uora VII made Into bread It xrtrald aTerose thr hundrra loam to every cronla the United Staten Mr John Kindred a former studont vaa In town Friday on bunlnen- Ur Roy C Jackson vw called horn from Leroy III on aecoint of the death of hU lllUa brotaor Mlao KetUo Oldhan and her aunt lira Martin Wor Ttaltlc In town SaturdayHal who has typhoid fever for soma time to xrtanlT 111 and bU recovery la doubtful Ulu Ixvura I tiM at Annrllto la visiting hor hater 1f Iceland Ur Harry Dlailtr of Portamoutb CodlltnctonIICorneltua A card I M roeeivwi Sitorday from W II Porter and A W Stewart who are taking an extended visit In tho southwest aWl o that they were la Colorado L O Lester ta hating a nice house erected on the lot near the teeter komrclead Miss Addle Durnclt fai reported w bl com better Lucy Parson hsa b rn removed from the hospital to the home of Mrs helptagirof U V Dolxe and Jt J Oabbin vne gone on a three dua trip lest week to Drip Rock and McKee In laUreat of the Grand Army Henry Bingham who haa boon at London for some tint nt over here Thursday M he was on hU way to Vrankfort A 0 Hart and family who left a ehort time aro for Illlnolo have returned Ur Hut was In the Cltlien office Saturday morning ne found the school Byetem In thla action of Illinois where he vent not nearly BO eood u It II around here The flztureo of the Rest National Rank have como and they expect to begin doing business about the first of December Arch Drandenbufr former itudent pent Saturday night with Mr Kldd and family Burnam Jackson died last Thura dty The funeral oerrlcen vero held at bio home Sunday at 0 a m and istcrment eras In Richmond eamotcry rrThe pubtla of the Principals room at the Public School will give a THnnkfigltlnz program Wdnc day t afternoon Just a week from next Saturday fl1 on December 8th Is coming the great event of the Fall In that lecture of rnthi Gllmoro Entertainment Club CIh moro City Ja raid Dr Hlndley has come and gone and we as a town are a thousands dpllaro better off for his having been bore Ills lecture took and no mistake Hv gave UB our medicine in chunks but adminis tend It In such a manner that we all smiled as It wcnldown and the ef I feet was to provoke choruses of laugh ter He Is a ringer We made no mis take in securing him and the htghcttt compliment wo can pay him is to say l we want him again next ceiieon ouuuuuuuuuuueuwuw Calleg Nnw Rev C Rexford Rayntond of Fliifh SlIllerlnlUjnI ir Alias ItayinoaiJ of his Borrow in the IOBB of his baby boy six momiia uld who died lest weqk t Miss Mary Jones who lies beau Wltilla call d away by the Ulnetm iler little nephew has rotuiued i plnI died last Thur WM the afUru oo Fell was a member of the i Schools MIwoB Ditty Smith Nancy Bru k L t zio lUrHson and Bertha llopklun have arrived to take up work in tilt ehool Miss Robinson will glvo her lecture on Venice in the Main Chapel next Monday morning Dr Cook Isctnrw In Upper Chapel Have you noticed tho new electric light In front of Lincoln hell Word has come that Mr John Oil man now In Ore nvllle ICy formerly superintendent of the sewer and water Works for the College lies recently been sick with typhoid fever but has recOveredTho Schools this term In stead of an exhibition are preparing a Visitors Day program for Friday afternoon December 14th from 130 to 3 oclock All of the friends c the Model Schools are Invited to visit the Model School rooms where Inter eating classes exercises music etc will bo in progress Most of the rooms of the Model Schools are located In the Indutrlal Building with three rooms NOB 4 11 17 in Lincoln Hall The teachers are especial ly anxious to have the parents of their pupils visit them on this day Miss Mayroo Drown editor of the Wayneavllle Ohio Gazette will spend tho Thanksgiving season with her sister Miss Anna Drown Mr and MrsAJ L Hall of Croton 0 who spent a part of bat year in Berea with their daughter Mrs T A Edwards arrived in Borca last Friday noon for another visit Their many Berea friends aro glad to welcome Orandma and Grandpa In to their midst again Dr Cook preached at Main Chapel Sunday night and Dr Thomson at Upper Chapel f rot Ire Itottur Than WliiUMen At this time when wo are hiring no much adverse criticism of the ne gro the following clipping from the Mobile Ala Register la of Interest Captain Danner and his sap Mr Paul Danncr manager were called to the scene of the fire by telephone and on arrival at the Mobile Coal Companys property assisted in organizing a fire totthenorth then to the west and then to the mouth all at the same time and the heat very groat The building and hoists caught fire a number of times but the flames were fought and extinguished It WILl t long and cour apoous fight and was successful na the valuable plant was saved Capul Danner made this statement yesterday We are always talking about tho negroes and their shiftlessness bu I want It to be known that when the emergency came our negroes were there and that they worked with un flagging zeal and It was their work that saved the Mobile Coal Companyu property There were fifty or one hundred white men spectators doing nothing to help but those negroes nevcrbeld back a minute Once there was a fence to be pulled down because It was aiding tho spread of the flames It WILl a hot situation I ask ed tho white men to help but they did not respond I sent tho negroes In and they pulled the fence down There was one negro who stood on tho trestle using the hose and with much discretion too Ho stayed there all through the tire and at times was In danger of his lift 1 say these things because they ought to bo known They aro a credit to tho colored race Instructions to Correspondents 1 Write with pen and ink not with pencil 2 Write very plainly and take special care in writing the names of people and places to write plainly to spell correctly and begin such names with capital letters Begin names of months and days with capital I Do not number tho items of your news 1 2 S etc as these paragraphs are numbered 4 Read over the news you have sen In before you send Itand again when published In the paper and see how tho spelling wording punctusUontan arrangement of Decn changed by tho editor and make your news more like It next time so the editor will have less correcting to do 6 Write out the names of months and days of tho week and other word In full just as they should bo printed Do not abbreviate them C It you receive a copy of these Instructions with somo paragraph es pecially marked with a penc pay special attention to the instructions marked porsonI notbo8 Begin the first word In every sen tence with a capital Do not begin words In the middle of a sentence tohaveP In writing numbers spell them out such as two six instead of 2 6 unless you are writing a sum ot money qr a date Dates should bo orJulysigns as JCQOO A OUAIIANTKKI CURE FOR PILES DruggustsORwratnNT falls to cur is i to 24 days sac 1 j FLAYED IN HIS SPEECH 18 THE SENTIMENT OF THE NORTH FOR THE NEGRO A TILLMAN BRAVES HIS FOES And Tackle the Race Dispute With out Gloves Repeal of Fifteenth Amendment Urged Chicago Nov isUnIl6l1 States Senator Benjamin R Tillman spoke to an Immense audlonco that packed Or chestra hall from pit to dome He spoke oxeluslvoly of the race question Thus ho did tho very thing that he had been darod to do and to prevent which every effort bad boon shade by tlib negroes of Chicago A dozen negroes In the audience sat muto through the terrific arraignment of their race to break themselves j Into applause whim the senator dueler od that President Roosevelt had vio lated tho law when ho dismissed the battalion of the 26th Infantry without a trial punishing the Innocent with the guilty As ho mado his way from tho building to accept the hospitality of friends tho thousands that had crowded Into the street joined In an outdoor ova tion that was greater oven than that which mot him on the Inside A few timorous souls made bold to Interrupt the speaker u be proceeded Interruption only served to ads fuel to the peatars tiN and his replies proloncdiPerhaps for to tint time state the day of abolition the negro heard a vat assemblage In a northern city violently applaud the assertion This Is a white mans country They heard the accusation that the northern lovo for the negro was only for political offset mid on election day and they hoard an answering thunder ot applause from the entire house They heard him roost the republican party In Chicago tar nominating a no- gre for judge and then counting him out They heard him plunge cold steel Into Mayor Dunn and heard the audl sacs add the approval of applause to his unalloyed jarcasm- H said that the White peonl of the north had settled the first three ques tins to suit their selfish purposes and that In each of them the white man had boon made supreme nl de mended that the fourth question be ettltd on the same bails and his con elusion was that the settlement would be reached by the repeal ot the Fit toroth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Whll discussing the MftecaUi i amendment he was Interrupted sev eral times by one of his listeners who kept asking Now about Kentucky JTlnaUy Mr Tlllman seemed to tuae his temper and exclaimed MOh shut your mouth You dont know the A D C of this tiling I for got 40 ra ago more than you ever knew You make up your minds that equality before tho law which the IlfUonlh amendment guarantees II right and should be nrorce4 notwtrh standing Us result If this law WM enforced It would result In two states ct least being nominated absolutely by negroes whU four tlior states would bo so near being govornod by the uccro that there would bo Prac tically an equal division of offices 8 naUii TIllman came from tho Great Northern hotel accompanied by two plalnclothftS men from tho Central station Assistant Chief Schuet tier had a large detail of policemen on the streets In front of the hall and had taken ovory precaution to prevent the trouble before the hour for the lecture had arrived Tho precautions wore not necessary Tho police detail was only useful In clearing his way through the mass that cheered him as he left the place LUST FOR WEALTH Woman Poisons Hsr B ba So That she Might Obtain the Insurance Philadelphia Nov 18 Declared by the police to have poisoned two of hdr children and at least throe other per sons In order to collect Insurance on their lives Mrs Mary Carey aged 32 years was arrested by cJJy hall detectives and the coroner chief clerk 8h war the mother of the two small children whq died last wok suppose ally from having oaten poisoned candy and o strong Is the evidence Against hr according to Capt of D tcctlvta Dona h that the bodies of three proas who have died under suspicious circumstances that point to the woman will be exhumed and fubjootod to chemical analysis pdllng Worrlss Statesmen Washlncton Nov STho house committee on legislative executive loUd judicial appropriation bill took advantage of the appoaranco before It of Public Printer SUlllncs to discuss tho question of simplified spelling In con crvaslonol documents HOn Collision Winona Miss Nov none per son was killed and a score of persons Injured when westbound passenger train No 35 on tho Southern railway ran Into an open or split switch near here and collided headon with a freight train on a siding Floating Mines Havoc London Nov 28A floating mine a legacy of the RuaaoJapanoso war has been driven ashore at Akita on the west coast of Honda whore It ex ploded kllllox 10 villagers and wound Jflf ea 4 a TRIP OF ROOSEVELT ENDED FIRST TO GREET HIM WAS HIS DAUGHTER ETHEL s Who Barely Waited For the Mayflower- To LandPartyln Good Spirit and Pleased With Journey Washington Nov 27 Completing a remarkable trip to Panama during which he traveled several thousand miles by sea and visited not only the Isthmus but Porto Rico as well and voicing his thorough enjoyment of the entire voyage President Roosevelt returned to Washington The trip up tho Potomac on the con vented yacht Mayflower to which he and his party wore transferred from silo Louisiana at Plnoy Point was made without special Incident As the Mayflower pulled Into the dock at the rear of the office of the commandant at tho navy yard Miss Ethel noose volt the presidents daughter and Miss ilacner Mrs Iloosovelts secre tary were waiting to greet the party Miss Roosevelt rushed on board as soon as tho gangplank was laid and affectionately greeted her father and mother There wero also at the dock to welcome tho president Capt Mc Coy U S A and Lieut Commander Key of the marine corps the presi dents aids and tho commandant and other officials of the navy yard add the Uruguayan charge daffaires landed within 10 min utes after the arrival of the Mayflow er To those who met him he stated that he had had a delightful trip and that ho was feeling fine Speaking of his trip the president said We had a very pleasant enjoyable time and I am deeply impressed with the United States navy with Panama and with Porto Rico Th Panama canal It was stated by the president will be made the subject of a special message and conse quently on that subject he will say nothing at this time Pedro Roquena Bermudet charge daffairt of Uruguay was the only member of the diplomatic corps who greeted the president upon his arri val At the front entrance to the navy yard Senor Bermudas was delayed by toe marine guard who refused to admit him without the consent of the commandant After being delayed for 20 minutes he was admitted and when the president appeared on the deck of the Mayflower the diplomat was among the first to rush up the gangplank lie protested to the prosJ dent against the manner In which he had been treated by the marine guard ZION CITY Will Ie Turned Over To a Board of Directors and Run For Creditors 1 r Chicago Nov 27 Announcement was made that John Alexander Dowto Wilrur Gleaa Vollva and the other leader of Zion ere prepared to assign all their Interests In the lalustrlal affairs of tire church to the citys end hors Henceforth Zlons factories will be administered by a board of direct ors consisting of seven members headed by Receiver John C Hately Its constitution will Include three capitalists who are not followers of Dow to and this It Is believed will Insure the disinterested management of Us affairs In accordance with business methods The Indebtedness of Zion t111toIsts throughout the world owners of tho land on which Zion City Is built and smaller Individual holders of Zion i paper Navy Militiamen DrownediWashington Nov nAn unfortu nto Incident occurred In tho lower Potomac In connection with the prosy dents trip up the river The yacht Oneida In the service of the District of Columbia naval rallltla and on which were the commanding officers and others of the mllltlo had droppcj down the Potomac to Plnoy Point to welcome the president and was returning hon a gasoline boat In tow capked and Melvin L Cleveland 19 of this city boatswains mate was drownediBurning Mine Blew Up Wllburton I T Nov nWlth a record of 19 violent deaths during thu last year the Degnan McConnell coal mine No 19 at Wllburton blew up with greet force The mine had been on fire several days It cannnt be determined whither any lives were lost AnU Tobacco Crusade Omaha Neb Nov 27A crusade qrtnbaceocellar Andrews has announced that all students who chow the weed will bo expt ledjOen Booth AngryILondon Nov 27oen Booth of tho Salvation army Is Indignant regarding the charges emanating from the United States that out of tho large sums of money collected for the arm In the United States onethird goes tc the Booths in England Pianists Divorce St Louis Nov 27Olga Samaroff the Russian pianist who has beun touring this country has entered sub for divorce from her husband a Rus slan naval contractor She also petl tlona that her stale name be made legal MenArrested Reno Nev Nov 27Two men heM uptpassengora on the Overland Limit cd nnd after arriving bore hold up twc men in the street They wero arrest ed 15 minutes afterward by a posse at poliest r 12 3rv Sj4jSMCR I A Cleanser Not a Catmttlt Withdraws every particle of dirt fat soap and impurities from the t pom cleansing them thoroughly Allows the rich red blood to flow freely to the cheeks A healthy condition of the skin follows Iti use doe and too per jar CM at our rtoreJor tantpl and toot Cljciat mass gs JW The Porter Drug Co 1sConroiunnn 4 t Ieoooooooooooooooooooeooo oeoooeaII 0 We Are Better Prepared than i Ever Before i t h o J I and t and 15 a + r 10 J r to We aave you ag per cent on we to D of bat I o We 5 per I 10 or over It to save I o o iS Co KY s s IN SPOONS SUGAR BUTTER KNIves Etc i put up in lined cases be easily in 1547 that made I the mark are as the is so well Catalogue No sot Silver Plato that Wears MERIDEN BRITANNIACO Design I IIandOvercoats Cloaks Jackets Fun Mens Rain Coats 1250t1250 g JLadlesup ito g Cal tfurDilhfDpguarantee please every There are many doing business we believe 0Iofsrgoodsgive ct rebate when your purchases reach pays e Yours Respectfully The New Cash Store IHarris Rhodus BLEA Dainty DesignsSHELLS attractively con selected goodsthe brand Rogers famous Wares bearing 1847 pllfticujtlaxly desirable for gifts quality leadlugtelling about FinelyIllustrated elrvlC MEKIUIXCONN Conbinatlonh Overcoats8 iasoFurff customer methods Always Remember the Full Name II Laxative Bromp Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day GripinTwo l j c8OQBoI 25c I 4 i c t The Citizen family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting rubllahedevcryhersday at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO C Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year Ji- MX nMonths in Thrre Months le Bend money by IostolBcc or Rzpreu Money Order Draft Rccitttrcd Letter or one and two cent tamps- The date aftet your name on label shown to what date your subscription ia paid If it II not banged within three weeks after renewal oliusMinim numbers nlll be gladly supplied if e- arc iiotlfied Beautiful pictures given as premiums to alt Sew subscribers Liberal terms then to any who obtains new ubacrlptlon for us Any one sending ua four 7arlyaubecriptiona can rhe The citizen fret or one year Advertising rates on application in competition with several arcrmeo logical societies J Plerpont Morgai has acquired a remarkable Greclai scent box which was unearthed al Drugg In tho canton of Anrgau Sherman F Donton of the bureau of fisheries has presented to the Agassi museum Harvard university a val uablo collection of Hawaiian fishes representing 140 species An English paper expresses svm Tathy for the duchess of Connaught because a boy ran into her automobile nnd was killed It would naturally have been less regretablo if the car had run into tho boy with the samo result Brig Gen Thomas H Barry acting chief of staff has left Washington for Cheyenne where he will Join Secretary of War Taft and together they will make inspections of several of the largo western military posts with a view of making selections or the es tablishment of brigade posts A French experimenter named Ver cler has succeeded in keeping certain kinds of peonies moro than three months In cold storage with the flow ers in fair preservation to the end of that period Red and white China peonies for some unknown reason etood the long tests better than any blossomslIJames J Hill is to turn literary critic Recently he offered 8000 to Jarmers writing the best essays on 1 agricultural subjects The essays have been reviewed by Prof Thomas Shaw and Prof Hooverstadt Mr Hill how ever requested that prizes bo withheld and not finally awarded uotll he could peruse the essays r A group of several engineers and capitalists headed by William O Weber of Boston believe they have revolutionized tho industrial system by a new device utilizing tho power of the tides so as to manufacture com pressed air A plant is about to be erected at South Thomaston Me to demonstrate the value of this Inven lion Prof Henry E Armstrong the dis tinguished London scientist has joined Lord Kelvin in a protest against the proposition submitted to the British association that tho production of he 31nm from radium has established the tact of the evolution ot one element Into others Prof Armstrong says that no one has yet handled radium in sufficient quantities to bo able to say precisely what it Is Almost at tho samo time two dif ferent Inventors in different places have announced their success with electrical devices for seeing at a dis lance They are J B Fowler and WIl 31am H Thompson In Fowlers device Soar wires are required to accomplish the combined effect of distant vision and hearing Details of the operation are withheld however on the plea of Retting out a patent Each Inventor las adopted the name Televue California had some big calamities this year She has also had big crops Tier mineral products alone have been exceptional being valued at 43000 000 of which 19000000 represented sold and 9000000 petroleum But her greatest wealth it In her grain and fruit and the yield this year has- Oren phenomenal With such prosperity It will not take long to far more than counterbalance the ruin wrought at San Francisco serious as was that calamity Is there nothing which the microbe regards as sacred It has been a pro Tailing belief that the fresh laid egg was the perfection of pure and health Sat food But here come some scien tific disturbers of our peace of mind to warn us that the freshlaid egg Is dangerousthat it may have become inoculated with microorganisms which are a menace to health Really this seems to be carrying things a little too far If confidence in the In tegrity of tho hen and the purity of aewlylald hen fruit be destroyed to what may wo pin our faith Curiosity sometimes proves fatal A stew railroad line was opened In Kcua dor by an American company To tho natives the cars were objects of great interest and ono of them Igrorant of the mechanism tamperoJ with a brake as a result of which the car ran away and was overturned and seven persons were killed Guilelessness of that sort Is too likely to have tragic consequences When a girl falls in love she begins to read poetry and when a man falls ia love he begins to figure on whether Jin ran afford itI I V a I m 0 0 0 Jttrntrtttirr fur JInrluttr1t- a ttttr i ttU abut By CHARLES R HENDERSON Professor Sociology University of Chicago iTTIE I advocates of social insurance in tho advamed nations are asking for charity nor for lass legislation aiN special Social morality means cooperative action for tha common welfare and social insurance is in our times necessary to the general welfare Life education health economic pros perity of tho nation depend on a secure and sufficient income for wage earners and nfund for support when disease or acci dent stops income nt its source Who are the parties in inter est First of all tho children of our manufacturing centers future citizen Collective insurance is necessary to public health Wage earners will not and cannot provide for surgical and medical care at all commensurate with their needs As individuals they will suffer from the effects of acci dents and occupational disease until the effects become ruinous and hereditary before they will nsk medical advice for which as individuals they know they cannot pay An ordinary medical bill nnd other expanses inci dent to unemployment for prolonged sickness duo to occupation represent a years wages Nor will voluntary organ ntioll meet the social demand because associations and insurance companies select their clients by medical examinations and many who most need insurance are thus excluded Every class in the nation is directly and vitally interested in having workingmen on low wages insured the children who are to be tho future producers and citizens armed with suffrage tho philanthropists who aro now required to attempt tho impossible tqsk of meeting both the legitimate demands of exceptional misery and also tho requirements of a misery caused by social neglect tho managers of business and enterprise whoso capital is dead without efficient labor not to speak of the millions of wage earners themselves and persons on small income who not only toil but suffer injury ns part of their service in producing commodities for us all As we must criticise the actual law in order to realize the beneficent ideals of the bill of rights so we must orcrcomc tho traditional errors connected with the catchword individualism in order to realize the value of personality For a genuino individualism is not as some appear to think equivalent to selfishness and isolation Only in sociqty does a man realize himself and make tho most of himself It docs not speak well for the sincerity and intelligence of men who advocated unlimited individualism for the workingman while they themselves seek riches and power by nil sorts of combinations some of them legitimate It is too late in his tory to return to isolated action since the world has discovered to its advantage that collective effort multiplies the power of rach member and gives him a better share in that inheritance of civilization to which millions have contributed through all ages past Jtwprttuitxruru1 of- irriu TJttpjrifrnu y DR NEWELL DWIGHT HULlS That the highest hap piness is inexpensive is seen in the fact that chief pleasure comes from mental cul ture Upon reflection we all discover that our happiest moments day by day are those when wo ram conscious that we have grown in manhood or womanhood through the companionshipof great books and conversation with wise friends Nothing exhilarates like a golden hour of personal growth What a glow pervades tho mind when one approaches the last pages of an inspiring story poem or oration The pleasure is not fierynor consuming It is a gentle pleasure like that ex perienced when we listen to high music or look at a sunset or behold a mountain side golden with autumnal splendor- A higher form of happiness is the least expensive the happiness of love and senice The keenest delight that ever ravished the soul of man is the delight of serving the poor and weak That wealthy Englishman who took his art treasures to Sheffield was a man lie had marbles that had come from Greece pictures from the galleries of Italy examples of the French and Dutch schools He did not take them to a gallery that would spread his name and fame He founded a school of art for the working people who made knives and forks and spoons He taught them how to spread beauty over the walls of the diningroom and parlor and gave them models for beautiful chairs beautiful carpets beautiful rugs His gallery is empty but his heart holds something that it has never held before happiness that the world could not give and could never takeaway This is the joy of knowledge that the wise man can teach The artists joy is in giving beauty to ugly lives After one has hind their food and rai ment lifes feast begins when we help and serve and do good work That is why we so often see people who have lived arid deeert lives in prosperity but whose career of happiness please and influence begun when reverses began Not many can be rich All can be happy The food of simplicity the raiment that is quiet can be enjoyed by all Mw rlir Qt11ttttit Ettttur- 1wtiIruu its JuuaUtU By JUE CIIUE mans wise IftI If Chinese laborers are to be brought over to Panama to help dig the canal it need not worry Americans very mulch All this cry against such a course is illogical in opinionThe coolio is better adapted for tho work in the canal than the American laborer He can live on less is willing to put up with more discomfort and can stand the climatic conditions on the isthmus better The American laborer is used to comforts in his home that the Chinese coolie has never known Ho has a better home not only because his wages al low it but because he lives where the standards of living arc higher and better If he should go to the isthmus he would find conditions of living forced upon him that he would not long endure and New York or whatever place ho called home would soon see him back usain a MAKE YOUR OWN TOPS tome Instructions for the Boy I andy with a Jackknife Every boy likes to have n top and as a rule moro than one suits much better than a single specimen Bit foront patterns can bo bought or if tho expense seems too great they can be made at homo One of the slm pleat forms of this plaything can be made from a largo wood on button such as ladles sometimes wear on cloaks If tho button has been CDV Two Styles of Tops crcd tho cloth must bo removed Through a hole In thr center pass a small peg that will fit so tightly that tho button will not slip Leave tho peg nearly three times as long on ono side of tho button as It is on tho other and whittle each end to a smooth point This will en able you to spin tho top on either tho long or short end and tho differ ent motions produced will add greatly to your amusement To set it in mo Uon twirl tho peg between tho thumb and forefinger of the right hand or the palms of both hands and at tho samo time drop it gently upon a floor or some other smooth surface Figure 1 will show how this top is mado and how It looks when spinning on the long end of tho peg In Figure 2 there Is an Illustration of a whip top This Is a general fay onto and can be easily made sate the Montreal Herald Take a piece of wood that Is shaped like a cylinder and about ono and a half Inches in diameter With tho compasses mark out tho exact center of the stick at one end At this point boro a small hole into which drive a piece of Iron wire This wire should bo cut off about three elghths of an inch from tho wood Now make two circle around tho wood Tho first ono le to be an Inch from the end In which the wire has been driven and the other ono tarco quarters of an Inch beyond Com mence at the first circle and with a sharp knife cut tho wood down to a point and smooth this cut surface a file The picture shows tho exoctvhape In which the top should Be made CLEVER NEW MATCH TRICKS Arrangement of Ten Matches Which Will Puzzle Your Friends The first trick requires ten matches which must be laid out as shown In Fig 1 The problem Is How can they be arranged into pairs taking each of five matches in turn across The Two Match Tricks Illuctrated two others Number the matches from loll to right in your mind and then solve as folows 4 to 1 6 to 9 8 to 3 10 to 7 and 2 to 5 Now for the second trick Take two of the matches away leaving eight and proceed to form them so they will make four rightangled trl angles and two squares The smaller square should be made first by four matches as shown in Fig 2 and then the remaining four matches added forming tho second square thus giv ing the geometrical result asked for Poor Human Nature If you take all the vanity and self ishness out of some people there isnt much leftLondon Titlilt FOURTEEN MISTAKES OP LIFE Are You Making Any of Thom Is Your LU Some thoughtful person las condensed tho Important mistakes ot life and decides that there aro just 14 ol thorn Most people believe there II no limit to tho mistakes of Ufa that they are like drops In tho ocean or tho sands of tho seashore in number lint hero are tho 14 groat mistakes It Is a great mistake to set up our own standard of right and wrong and Judge people accordingly- To measure the enjoyment of others by our own To expect uniformity of opinion In tho world To look for judgment and export once In youth To endeavor to mold all dispositions allkoTo yield to immaterial trifles To look for perfection in our own actionsTo ourselves nnd others with what cannot bo remedied Not to alleviate all that needs alto nation so tar aa Ilia In our power Not to make allowances for the In flrmltlos of others To consider everything impossible that wo cannot perform To believe only what our finite minds can grasp To expect to be able to understand everything To believe the Almlght made ono almost perfect Individual and that you are that one- DOUBLE TIT TAT TOE A Game That Is a Little More Complicated Than the Single Of course you all know tho old game of TltTatToo Three In a Row which almost every boy and girl In this country has played at school filling slate after slate with tho cross lines and tho little circlet or crosses between them It is not a The Double Tlt Tat Toe very Interesting game for a boy or girl of ten or twelve and ho or the Is apt to look upon It with scorn as a pastime for only tho younger ones nut have you ever tried double lit tattoo That is a different thing You make four crow lines lIB shown In cut andas you can readily see there aro nearly twice u many spaces for moves as in tho old game and ol course nearly twice as much quick thinking la required to keep your op ponent from scoring until you score yourself In fact It Is utterly Impos sible to keep any one from scoring three In a row so In this now game It takes four In a row to win There aro no end of unexpected complications to It and even grownups need not despise It as a test ol quick wIts If they do you can soon change their attitude toward It by boating thorn time after time Young People Need Sleep Sleep and how much of It tho aver ago person need wa ono of the sub Sects considered by the British alSO elation at its annual mooting The scientific men were agreed that no universal rule can bo laid down but they wore also agreed that Welling tons saying Six hours for a man seven for a woman and eight for a fool would place the author of it it ho had done nothing else In the eight hour class says tho Youths Compan ion An abundance of sleep for young people during tho period of growth was urged with unanlmqu Insistence and tho advice was roonirccd by a letter from tho head of a boys school where tho breakfast hour had been changed from seven oclock to eight with an immediate improvement in the character ot the work done SelfRespect Needed There Is no ono thing so necessary for onoa real advancement la life as a thorough selfrespect You must think well of yourself or othors will not respect you Success Magazine u DRAWING LESSON FOR BEGINNERS j See Ii you can make a picture of a doctor out of the Cllcture of a- bottle of msneBoahn G1cbn I ff I N DRINKING IN ILL REPUTE y 4 Evidence of Decline of Alcoholism InitEngland f1r Consul Frank W Mnliln of Not tlnfiham In writing on the decrease ti of drinking and drunkenness in ling land IIns ftJr Thetruth of such a statement would probably be doubted by tho + fcasual observer of tho number of III toxlcuted people on tho treats and of mon anti women entering public il housed Hut tho evidence Is derived jfrom a comparative study of social conditions and from the custom ro fJj turns and tho reports of boor brewing companies No doubt another trustIIworthy guide Is tho tendency of pub lie sentiment which Is unquestiona lily In tho direction of sobriety Tom poranco societies In this country art growing In numbers and Influence Outside ot those the abuse of Intoxli cants In Its relation to mental and rphysical health li receiving note at1 tontine A special committed Init yor made an exhaustive lnvo tlO j lion of tho subject nail reported ttiaA parliament Tho substance of this report WDltiat tho request ot temperance published by tho authorities ot savH t oral London and provincial borough r through placards posted on billboards mind distributed In factories nnd work shops The Nottingham plnoard1 signed by the chAlrmon of the city simedlcnlreads ns follows i The report of tho committee pro seated to parliament by command of his majesty states that s The abuso of alcoholic stimulants 9- II a most potent and deadly agent of physical deterioration c Alcoholic periKini are specially Ha tile to tuborouloslu and all Inflamma iJtory disorders Kvldonco was placed before the committee showing that In abstinence firvigorThe lunacy figures show a largo and Increasing number of admission r of both saxes yhlch nro due to drink The following facts recognised by tho medical profession and placarded y all over Franco by order of the got z eminent are published In order to1 carry out tho recommendation of the committee and to bring home to men 11 and women the fatal effects of alcohol ts on physical efficiency 1 Alcoholism Is n chronic polon I fag resulting from the habitual use of lalcohol whether as spirits wine or boor which may never go as far asr drunkenness 2 It U a mistake to say that those doing hard work require stimulants As a fact no one requires alcohol as either food or tonic 3 Alcohol U really a narcotic dull ing tho nerves like laudanum or opium but Is more dangerous than either In that often Its first effect la to weaken a mans olfoontral while fnumberUs Influence 4 Spirits as usually taken rapidly produce alcoholism but inlldur nice holic drinks as beer and even older drunk repeatedly every day produce after a time alcoholic poisoning with equal certainty 6 The habit of drinking leaks tat f 1 fclnltheft and crime It leads also to tho hospital for alcohol produces theFseasesdisease of tho stomach and liver and dropsy It also paves the way to consumption and frequenters ot pub lie houses furnish a largo proportion of the victims of this disease H com Jt6 plicates and aggravates all acuto dis Jtoases Typhoid fever pneumonia and f cryslpolan ore rapidly fatal In the sub J- I ject of alcoholism C The sins of alcoholic parents aw visited on the children If those surfA tvivo Infancy they are threatened trledor phthisis consumption 1 7 In short alcoholism Is the tnostt F J 1 terrible enemy to personal litperltyi Influence of Clg lrettesIPeople aro only 190 liable to mlsi iMohnlege says that It has been proved that tho tree use of cigarettes by boys has a tendency to make thieves and ithoworn slaves to tho tobacco habit Wo trshould turn It around Dos who aro naturally thieves and liana are almost all addicted to the clgarotto habit Jl The First Teetotal Pledge F Tho seventyfourth anniversary of + tho signing of the first English tcoi total pledge drafted at Preston by tJtho lato Joseph Llvosay was celebrat ed on September 1 Time original has ipassed Into tho possession of Mr John rCook the head of the wollknovm tourist agency and Is still carefullyapreserved in a strong frame Livcacy8 son William now rosidlnjt- at i Preston Is in his ninetyfirst yearY L and Is tho oldest pledged teotot the world X71 i m ROAD4ANp Pt VJ iiRAIN WATER STORAGE BARRELS Convenient Arrangement by Which a Supply May Do Kept on Hand The Town and Country Journal of Australia llluitratea a method of ar ranging ruin barrels In a series which SeverollarcoBultablo platform and connected with Jpwi near tho top Ai thO barrel A barrelnbarrolturthOlt Rain Water Storage Barrels result that spare emptied each tlmo readilyinImportant It IN the only method by which a full barrel Is assured until tho neighboring barrels are emptied FARM IMPLEMENTS A Large Investment That Should Be Well Looked After It you have not gathered op cleaned and properly housed your tarn lot Itnploiiipnts and protected them from rust and weather do so at once before tho mows and rains come on Tho total amount of tho farmortt In vestment In machinery Is necessarily largo and It II the part of prudence Tor him to tako good care of It Inn machine shop or factory every piece of machinery Is In use day after day Tho farmer Is obliged to buy and keep In repair a dozen machines which he has use for only a few days out of the year Ho Tuna hla mowing machine perhaps two weeks altogeth er his binder halt that tlmo and his hay odder perhaps not three days all toW The wheat and corn drills como In for only a few days use and tho potato planter and digger for no longer period During the remainder of the year it Is ncecsinry to caro for and properly house those machines In order to keep thorn in good condition A few years ago an Ingenious Yankee Invested what Is called a Uni versal Tool consisting of a hollow handle with a screw top and holding n chisel screwdriver gimlet tack puller and many other small handy tools which may bo clamped In the amall end of tho handle as needed Perhaps says tho Farm Journal an equally Ingenious person will omo day Invent a universal machine which by an exchange of parts and attachments may servu tho combined purposes which now make ncccnsary many implements Such an Inven tlon would prove a great benefaction to agriculture BURNTCLAY ROADS Experiment Being Tried by Agricul tural Department Tho public roads office of the United States department of agriculture is ex perimenting with a novel method of making roads The experiments have no tar been confined to tho clay or gumbo roads In Mississippi and the experiments are altogether new The roadway selected for treatment la graded to an even width between ditches and then plowed as deeply as possible Furrows are then due across the road from ditch to ditch four feet apart Cordwood Is then placed In the ridges thus formed tho plows clay la laid thereon In layers taro being taken to provide flues In order that tho wood will readily burn and bako tho clay When tho firing Is completed the treated clay Is rolled and com parted to eight Thebes In thickness Tho clay has been clanged by the burning Into clinkers which compact Into a solid roadbed which will not form mud Tho cost of such road In a country where wood sells at 1130 a cord was 11478 per milo and while the wearing qualities of the road have not been ascertained It is believed that It will wear as well as other made roads In many sections says Farm Journal the drawback would doubtless be in tho difficulty la obtaining wood Per haps petroleum might bo Introduced as a substitute FARM NOTES Do not placo any of the terea noxt to thu cellar floor It Is advisable to have a part of the cellar partitioned off so that when en tering for vegetables etc tho bees are not disturbed Not too Into to sow ryo on tho bare 1t14I miles of road In Pennsylvania Do a farmer Out dont bo a drone Clean up tho walks and drives Cut the long grass and weeds around tho buildings The drug known as pink root Bpi gelia Marllandlcfi Is useful as a vermi fuge ThR department of agriculture bad Issued A little pamphlet about It AND CLAY ROADS fSAND of Sand Clay Sand and Gravel Makes Compact Surface In tho state of Minnesota a road of deep sand with the road bed channeled out about six inches deep was treated with a load of clay spread out the width of tho wheel track and about 16 tout In length Tho same day an equal amount of fine gravol was spread over tho clay Of course this was a very thin covering but after tho first heavy rains tho heavy loads passing over churned tho gravel clay and the un derlying loose sand Into a soft mush which when It dried out and became packed made a hard composite of thoso three materials This road has stood tho tost of nlno ycara of travel Thero were throe reasons why this road was made so cheaply and easily First tho grade was level Second tho sides of tho road bed retained the materials Third tho sticky naturo of the clay bound together both the gravel nnd tho fine sand already there This road proved to bo as good as the average country dirt road nUll cost less than II per rod Lost year another road was repaired by using doublo tho amount of clay that Is a load for about eight feet with halt nit much grovel This road had a fair foundation Tho result was ono of tho finest roads In tho country The cost was about 360 per mile It will last sovon or eight years without much repair Anothor very sandy road was re paired with a load of looso gravel for every eight toot It was a partial fall tiro as the gravel did not pack well Recently gravel Intermixed with black loam has been placed on this road with good results making a hard durable surfaceOf where tho grado was stop more material was used and the runt was made more crowning to pro vent the water from washing out the track A piece of road was tried with clay alone Tho clay was put on rather heavily so that It could not by heavy loads cut Into tho sand beneath The sequel was after heavy rains an al most Impassable road To remedy this tho sand at tho sides WAS scrupcd and shoveled on tho clay to tho depths of several inches whoro It soon became mixed with the clay producing a good surface but not as good an gravel would have made First from this wo Infer that a very small quantity of clay mixed with lie sand of tho road will greatly Im prove It- Second that It Is a mistake to put a heavy coat of clay over sand unless an abundance of gravel can be procured to mix with It Third that heavy clay roads at times having bad mud holes can bo Improved by adding two or three Inches of sand which will soon become mixed with the clay making It more friable and less liable to become muddy and full of holes The gravel was hauled at about an average distance of m miles and tho clay about threefourths of a mile The cost of about four miles re paired this year and last was nearly 1100 or about S7C per mile Whoro the clay Is nearby and the grovel at a considerable distance most of tho material may bo clay but If tho conditions aro reversed gravel should be tbo principal material using enough clay to bind tho materials In a hard solid mass BUILDING AN ICE HOUSE Small One for the Farm Which Can Be Easily Built Tho Illustration shows a handy ice- house that needs little explanation says Farm and Home It is 12x16 feet In size and will hold 1C tons It Is built double boarded on both sides and roof end tho space between the studs la flllcd with shavings sawdust charcoal dust or other mate rial Inch boards are shown at a Details of Ice House and f b Is 1x2 Inch strips nailed oa Inch boards c placed on tho stud ding d shows to thicknesses of pa per Tho Inane Is finished In the same way It is covered with a shingle roof Ventilators at each end under tho roof will take out the moist air Nature as an Adulterer x An Ohio fanner asserts that Nature has produced on his farm a comblna tlon of pumpkin and tomato with the result that while preserving their usual outward appearance tho pump kins taste lIke tomatoes and tho toma toes llko pumpkins How are these misguided fruits going to square thorn selves with the pure food commission asks Mural Now Yorker Weight of Feed for Horse It Is said that In the army horses are fed 14 pounds of oats and 15 pounds of hay for each 1000 pounds of live weight For the samo weight of mules nine pounds of oats are fed That Is about what mule breeders claim In saying that their animate art moro economical feeders Age of Golden Promise HuDawned Out of floods of tropic heat tho great earth rolls and the cool November days make tho heart glad as tho work of the summer Is revealed to ui Dy day the great autumn sun Is shedding glory upon the world it loves by night tbo glowing stars are flashing messages of might ahd splendor to man while above tbo great encircling Milky Way sends to us Impulses for good boyond our deepest guess With the harvests of tho nation overflowing the great treasuries of the farms and the growing millions of the new race looking forward to a winter of achievement as successful as the sea ucu of growth wo may feel the life of all tho earth within our veins The season is the millennial dawn not only for the year but for tho cen tunes Truth forever on tho moun alas watching till the day begun has seemed to mock us but In the glad messages of peace of education of liberty of awakening life in lands that sat In darkness we may read this autumn as never before confirmation of the prophecies and forewarnings of the seers who study star and soul As though some fortunate star far off bad begun to shine faintly upon us 20 centuries ago and now having como near after billions of miles of Journey Ings were giving us tho Impulse to become at ono with God 10 the soul of all mankind is quickened and the great Babylon Is fallen and the King dom of the Spirit Is established even amid the riding dust of its desolation Darkened Is that mind that has not felt the Influences of the New Day Out of a land whore a century or two ago savage men were the only people there comes today the voice of the mightiest sons of the mightiest peopleNot a poets dream Is this new age of golden promise It was brought forth with tears and crucifixions In the long ago when tho plains of Pales tine were cold with winter winds It was struggled for when men and wom en gave their blood as a testimony to the dominance of tho spiritual when the long hours of the dark ages were marked by the fagots that burned when the later light was upheld by church reformers and the singers who sang alone with God Now Truth the Spirit of Freedom has gained for It self captains and kings and mighty won of war and peace It Is enthroned In council chambers and Is dictating peaco at The Hague and In many a land for the people weary of the cruelty of kingcraft and the ancient forms are already dead In such an environment the family life Is being transmuted He who docs not lore shall not build a home she who Is not established la love shall p forth Is the decree of the purifying thought which unseeing men and women are panicstricken as they face Our households seem to crumble but the Master builds again and the charmed life of goodness shall mako every desolate heart bright and llko an altar stone when love has made tho work complete Verily I say unto you that many prophets and kings have prayed to see these things and have not seen them You who walk carelessly In the com mon day are permitted to even now behold a mystery of God The spirit is abroad in human hearts and the turmoil that many deplore Is tho call or the Angel of the Morning The Thanksgiving daol the myriad years has come 0Did IOU look to ode the better dy dawn with trumpeters upon the hills and archangels In tho valleys with a host In purple and scarlet and gold coming with glittering spears amid the louda of heaven 1 The kingdom cometh not with observation You shall seo Its hosts In the streets of the city as they go about their work In the consciousness that they aro not as driven cattle but are dwellers with tho Christ heirs of God from the beginning saintly In their final nature reverent In their aspirations bound to the perfection which Is absolute joy What Is the Thanksgiving message appearingTore llfe nionjs men The shouting of nations that cry out against waste and destruction The making of peace with Justice Tho mighty songs and am matlons of strong men who labor but labor not as slaves To you person ally tho sign of the drawing near of the kingdom is the open hand Tho hand that reaches toward you with pooplerreshrealms we do not see Large hands that men who toll and suffer greatly extend to you Clean hands of youths and maids who do not comprehend but lovo God gives us signs In street and home and store The sign of tho giving hand tho receiving hand that also gives unseen gifts The signor tho kindly glance tho smiling face tho quiet sympathy the supporting arm when all Is dimmed with tears There Is no God but God oh bur dened one There Is no power but Ills No matter how the world has disciplined you remember that And now in thin time of festival be strong In tho good you feel within be confi dent and unafraid and make Thanks giving real When thou makest a feast said Jesus do not bo anxious to get only fashionable folk but Invite those who have need of youthe un fortunate those you can help If you do this you shall have Joy from tho Father Heed well this advice When you make your feast bring to It those who have need of you Perhaps your own relatives will more than fill your tablo Bring to It those who have need not of turkey dinners but of your spiritual bread and wino So crushed so maimed so halt and blind aro somo whom God meant should In this life be beautiful and strong that no feast can be to them so welcome as the feast of kindly helpful love and gentle compassion Defects of tem per are as hard to bear as defects of bone the bound and crooked thought Is as much an affliction as the bound and crooked limb In your thankful ness be careful to manifest your grat itude not to empty air but to the lit tie ones of the kingdom It is more necessary to you that you love and forgive than it is to others to whom your attitude is incidental rather than vital Therefore drown In thankfulness and affection all tho lower levels of your nature The hate and scorn that you havo should be carried far on divine tides of life Into lepths where they will no more be foundPity not yourself If your material feast Is poor Blessedness Is not born of material things He who lay upon the ground under the dews of heaven and less than the foxes found rest for His head Ho who endured the forms of shamo and sorrow cried unto His followers Rejoice and again I say unto you rejoice It was the utterance of eternal affirmation triumph ing over the prince of this world Rejoice and again I say unto you re joice cries the great Angel of Life as Ho stands today with one foot upon the land and one upon tho seas and calleth to all kindreds tongues and tribes to come out of the dying shadow of weakness Into the Open Day ofLoveMake yourself part of this universal gentleness that Is now moving man kind Welcome home the wanderers Forgive forget Ignore Sho1 no tears for your faithful dead Thee have not forgotten you That power which gave then eternal existence is teach ing them eternal love You too shall enter where they are Put away tho lesser self and sing with gladness all the days The Mes sengers of Morning aro on the hills of earth Reasons for Gratitude In reviewing the history of the country since the Thanksgiving day when Massasolt was willing there should be peace In his part of the world a multitude of things are recalled for which thanks are due The growth of this republic Us wealth and power havq astonished all nations Few countries so young ever achieved such worldwide fame On this holi day therefore the entire population forthbless J11855 Berea College 190 J 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 SB many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress f Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sna lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced rodents Arith DrawingSinging 4 ment etc Free text booksITRADE COURSES lions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household ManagementILearn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who havo largely finished common branches The most practical and intereste I ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life i 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 a years to fit for business Even apart of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees I 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 coursies with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First yedr parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables I one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter spring terms give the information culture and training necessary a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate andjMUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Theory Bandmay be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra feesfr Expenses 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 I Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of Planning for a Year of SchooltPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry vary with different people Berea favors plain is the best but as students must attend 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 costfLiving Expenses are really below cost The College for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enoughroom rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding I and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in j the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents n week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and istI returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 n term 400 in lower Model School iOO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment must be in advance incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Term 12 weekgFirst day 1700 besides 1 deIposit 28th GOO 5Cth da 000 total 29 If all in advance 28tFor Spring Term 10 wcekeFirst day 1440 28th4tllij540j 5Gth IfThe250 making only 4JOO Longer Winter Tam 10 weeksFirst day 2060 28th tinyi000 5Gth day GOO 81th day Jt540 total 3800 If paid all in advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave a fore end of term r cieIback all they have advanced on board nnd room except that no ance is made for any fraction of n week nnd a fee of fifty cents isIcharged for leaving the boarding hall and fifth cents for leaving a room in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you have made your journey and arc well l started in school it pays to stay as long as possible The First Day of winter term is January 2 1007 r For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I Tt I I I Madison County Roller Mills MIW+41I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i 1 Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be IhardPRIDE OF Itlolo1tloftMl Potts Duerson Whites Statlosy KT I II II JI I 1 I THE E3C O MI B f Rice and How to Cook It llj Mr nut Rice must bo thoroughly washed to remove all gritt1 1 loose stnrch The asist to put the ripe In a strainer and let t it a pan ofa watt r Hub the riot between the bauds and lift it out of tho wattr hanjing the water until the water is clean Drain place In tho upper Tutra Ihle boiler and pour two cups of boiling water on one cup or rico Add half a teupoouful of salt and boil until soft Stir rice with a f rk I1 fl1or a spoon so tho grain will not be broken Usually rioe will V ill twice its bulk of water but when milk is ued more moisture will te nllI ii When the grains are soft and the moisture absorbed rUl11ou tho cover aud lot the steam escape so the rico will be dry Rice With Cheese Take cooked rice and put iu a shallow baking dish in layers alien log wiUi suited or thinly shoed cheese Sprinkle the layers with bite of liuivr pt to tMlo sad a little red pepper Use bread oruutbs for the top layer Iiir milk over all until half the depth of tho rico set in oven anti bako until top is well burned Rice With Eggs rjwe the same as for the rice with choose but use thinly sliced hard A led- Y3oiled eat s in place of the cheese rice is good to use as a vegetable in place of potatoes Tho nro iwth composed largely of starch and should not both be served at tho same time ITHE SCHOOL I The Exposition By1ro6dlV Itlntmort C There are three elements necessary to a successful exposition Tto first is a teacher who can plan and execute tho cooperation of pupils and patrons and times for proporation Like the exhibition it is for every memo ber of tho school Ordinarily the best time for it is at tho close of tho term If the pupils know in good time that specimens of their work in every branch are to be exhibited it will be a strong incentive to progress If specimens of penmanship drawing and tho like are taken in the bogin ning of the term and laid away to be compared with others taken near tho close it will add to the inducement to effort Specimens should also be- takenJ from time to time sayat the end of each month Good paper should be used and gleat pains taken in the matter of neatness and accuracy In such studies as penmanship spelling drawing und number methods of procedure will readily suRgmit thtvnstlvt others may be more difficult Making reading lemon is an exiHlent practice and not vory difficult when once understood Familiar subj etc should be chosen sucb as Nut Gathering sorghum making gathering berriee making a bouquet etc A nice drawing on tho margin of tho page suggestive of the subject as a stalk of cane a bunch of berries a flower adds an effective touch This you will say is not reading but composition It is composition truly enough but why not reading Pupils will read their own composition better and enjoy it more than that found in books Neat little pictures can be cut from ndvertisments and to serve a like purpose Physiology is a good subject for written work Even if tho teachin is oral valuable lessons can be given with some simple illustration the pupils van write out the substance of what has been developed in tho clan 1 Nature study also furnishes an inexhaustible supply of interesting material Every month in the year has its products and the study of birds insect weeds flowers and crops affords a delightful variety for the cultivation oC the mind and the specimens and written descriptions that can easily he secured will make an interesting and instructive display In fact when tho work of preparing for an exposition is once started there is no trouble in finding material The greatest danger will bo in having too much so that it will be confusing Considerable care is necessary in arranging tke display so that itcan be easily seen and understood As much as possible should be put on tho walls that it may bo seen without handling A blank wall is much to bo preferred The work of the several grades should be arranged in order beginning with the first Each grade should bo ticketed and further distinguished by some kind of boundary line When the available wall space is exhausted boards be placed around the sides of the room about thrc feet high and the same order of arrangement observe trhis will gio sufficient space A whole afternoon is not too much to devote to an exposition in a die trict school The advanced pupils should be shown how to conduct visitors around the room and explain the work They and tho teacher will find plenty to do Every parent will want to see the work of his or her children and then compare it with that of others It often happens that a boy who has been absent a considerable portion of the time will havo a poor showing The parent will ask the reason for this and tho explanation should bo forthcoming Eddie was absent so may days or weeks l and fell behind his class No better object lesson can be furnished and f it will be strange if the parents do not determine that Eddie shall not bo kept out of school on any frivolous pretext hereafter Many exclamation will also be made about excellence of the display as most of the visitors never saw anything to equal it No such thing was thought of in their day Interest and pride tho skill and proficiency of their children will be aroused and they will carry away a greater realization of the value of 6- J day in school than they ever had The children likewise will feel that their efforts have been appreciate and determine to go on to still greater achievements When all is over each pupil may carry with him such of his own work as he desires to pro j The author has given manserve It will serve for future comparisons ouch expositions and always with the most gratifyingresults I ITHE FARM I Ditching BT H M W1SHBCBM I In order to do any good at ditching ono must havo a spade a shovel a line about one hundred feet long threo crosses a ditch scoop and a pole about eight foot loug Tho best spado for this use is the regulation ditching spade the blado of which is about five inches wide and fourtee 4inches long With this you can cut more dirt than with any other spade 1 for being narrow it slides into the earth easier and being long it goes deeper And usually you can move out four of these spade fulls while you are moving three of tho others Tho shovel that is best for this pur pose is the short handle roundpointed shovel number XXXX This siz ed shovel holds about as much dirt as a man wishes to handle ton hours at I a stretch The round point allows it to outer the earth more freely thatJ the square pointed shovel Usually a cotton cord about tho size of a mated used The crosses are made from two pieces of two by four about sew 1enfeet in length These are nailed together about fourteen inches froi end by one nail so they can slide freely by each other like scissors 1 Joneditch scoop is used when you intend to put tile in the ditch It ban instrument shaped like a quarter tile and about ono foot long with 1 long handle placed in the center Equippedwith these tools you are ready to enter the Held in which tho surveyor has staked off the course of tho ditch Beginning at the mouth of the ditch you draw your lino along the stakes for one hundred feet but do not fasten your string to the surveyors stakes but stick your stakes about four inches away from those already there Then with your spade you open the ditch This you make various widths according to the t depth you must go But do not make the mistake commonly made by making your ditch too wide Under no conditions should you make a common field ditch more than twenty inches wide and only when you have should make it as wide as thatto go more than four feet deep you Usuallysixteen to eighteen inches is wide enough Keep with your line on one side and your ditch the same width After going over this once with the spade if you are a clean spader you had better spade it again before removing the loose dirt Thus with spade and shovel you remove all the dirt within a foot or sixteen inches of the right depth Then you must stretch your line overhead This is done by use of the crosses Measure off seven feet on your pole and make a large notch If your plan A Ia I calls for four feet at tho first stake then you place your string three feet above the top of the small stake level with tho top of the ground Yon will find those stakes every fifty feet alodg the ditch At each stake put cross and placing it above tho stake equal to the difference between threading on the plan for that stake and seven feet Then you must etreti your line in these crosses Then with polo at hand you spade the dirt out leavingabout three inches more to remove After removing all loose dirt with your shovel you remove the remainder of the earth with tho scoop keeping the bottom just seven feet from tho line above No you are ready for the tile After these have been placed in and the end well joined together you begin tho filling Dont to lift your dlrl while filling this wastes time and energy Just slide the shovel to he edge of tho ditch and lot tho dirt pour off the shovel Put nil loose dirt ou top of the ditch for it will be sure to settle that much or more By all means keep all tools free from earth which clogs a rusty spade or shovel If the implement is clogged too badly use some kerosene nblc will soon give you a tool free from dirt Battle Hymn of the Republic Jaw wan Rowe Allegretto r lili1 = rrr1 Mine eyes have tMIItM glo rr of tho eon log of the 2 I have mean 111m in the welsh drew of a hnodred elrclinz 3 I bare wad a fie ry ROB pot writ la loroUhwl roes of 4 lie has sounded forth the trntp pet that ball UeT er till rev G In the bnauty of the IU lee Chrltt was hors atrott the IIr a9tav F + 4ILord Ho b trampling out the Tin UR where the camps They bare IM lid Htm aa al tar In the As ye deal with my con tern sere eo with treat He is sift log oat the hearts of men bee a With a glo ry la lIb be mom that true 6 SIIJII F L = br lirJ + rnpi of wrath ore tored He bath based tho fotef ol lightning of ilia eTeaisc dwe asd damp I OM reed Ula righteous sentence by the you gram shall deal Let the He ro born of oman crash the ton Ilia jadgnect Mat Oh be iwift py seal to answer Him be fig WM you and ae Ai Iii died to aakomenkely let os Js Il rri itt pt- a trr1eara las r a trr- rLLcBora II II I II II I rfcdr + terrlbfo swift iword Hit trath b mare llg on dip aid ferny imps His dsJI nukrehbg en wrpert beat Since God b nurehbg en 010111110111 Jo UUnt my feet Oar Gal M marehbg en die te Make men freeWUle God b nureMnff on I 1J I A J t r BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC Concluded r=TFEHallo la jail Gte rjrl pie ryl Hal le h Jthl t tR1At IjfCrJ r rr aaYo Gto 111 Rl ryl lIalle Is jshl Hb truth b Bunklag offset Ff UvII I- iNonTII cue wurniirt l by BtliH of Mai flows to UM Qrellaj Ounp around Wuhluglon Rtber41 We dtfru of the Cpltt nalr lathe Wat of LtSlft 0000000000080001o I Eighth Kentucky i History 8 Thrilling Story of Ute Fart UiU Qa1 o loot KfRtnont took In the ClTllTTrvr It 0 ooeoooeoeoeoeooeoeooCHAPTER hosUUUeiafterpickets and ours wero In close prozlr Ity Their force In our front Were busy chopping and felling trees the latter part of the night making a great noise and not until t oclock a m on the 20th did we loam that the whole Union lino had moved back over one and onehalf miles and tho office of tho day had not yet notified mo to fall back and I did not intend to va CAts without orders or a fight and tho latter event appeared certain BS the light of day appeared I knew I could trust my company against any equal number of men and went aloui their line and Instructed each In cas of their being hard pressed how to re tiro In line The cold frosty night made us shiver for overcoats W were aware of our perilous condition without any support but coolly awaited events About dawn a hoary tog arose from the river and spread over the suroundlrng country Under cove of this tho rebel skirmish line with drew probably with tho Intention of being relieved by fresh pickets The fell back over a small hill At this time General Sheridan and staff passed In tho roar of our little company of forgotten pickets I sent Lieutenant Lewis to tho road to hall the general lie gave me orders to withdraw my men immediately adding that eucl gross neglect on tho part of a field of pickets would be looked Into My company retired in lino until reaching the open land and then succeeded In Joining the regiment and while try Ing to boll some coffee for breakfast our darky cooks had not put In an appearance we were ordered Into line without the coveted coffee and ned Our brigade was detached from the division and was assigned a position near the center of tho new lino of battle which was generally protected by slight and hastily formed breastworks made of rails logs stone or anything that could bo conveniently had The enemys evident Intention Was to force their way between us and Chatta ooga The battle was recommenced at 8 r oclock a m and at 10 oclock befam furious all along the line Col Borne was ordered to go to the support cone of General Thorns divisions on the left center who WIlD being hsr pressed Hastily calling IB oar skin Inhere wo donbledqulcked about on and one balf miles halted drtnart U1 our line and had Just Ume to riDo the dust and exert tram our eye when two of our regiments tho 11at Ohio and tho 8th Kentucky Trere tot placed under command of 001 XsLa commanding the lIlt and ord r4 to- go to the support of General font Beau onehalt mile further to lb right We resumed the douWetukk and passed down the rear of IJentfAl Reynolds regulars who were bust engaged pouring volley after voll Into the rebel ranks tho balls of th latter making lively music about our oars We entered a cornfield that ha4 lately been laid waste we belna ta column by companies In our front at the other side of the field ws DW tho 15th Kentucky and two other rimenta falling back having exhausted their ammunition The exultlnj ret ale under Drecklnrldge were pruaalo forward but not in very good order though their bullets were making tho cornstalks rattle In a very unpleatun manner Col McL gave the order On the right into lino march This command was repeated by tho clear ringing voice ot our young and sal lant Major Clark We executed this maneuver at tho doublequick will as much precision as we ever did on the drill field As soon as Rousseau men cleared our front our boy opined fire at will When within sixty rrdof the enemy the order wu glvei and repeated at tho top of the vole of every captain Fix bayonets chargol The cheer the 8th JCentuek then gavo as we made that charge will doubtless cause every aurrivlni members heart to swell with pride as often as memory recurs to It Out by somo mistake of one of Gen eral Thomas aides reporting to kin that there was a gap In General Bran nans flue one ot his brigades bclni In echelon caused this apparent open Ing consequently General Wood wan ordered to closo up on Brannani right This movo mado an actual opening ot a brigades length In thi lino halt a mile to our right T h e enemy hud during the ehpt1 lull spoken of been massing their right The enemy had during the lull spoken of been massing their forces on ur right and they took Immediate advantage of the opening 11 r 0 0 0 t REAL ESTATE I harts a farm contntnlng74 hearse next to be pike and In reach of Borcn College This is a very good farm It hoe n largo houno on it good water good born nod a good orchard Thoro are 15noses in grass This farm is worth moro thou I ask for it There is now 4 norm tobacco on tho place that is ae flae II Ihoro to in IntcountyAny one wanting this place will do well to call ud we J P Bicknell nt once I also have improved and uBlcnnrorcd lob in nreaAfor salecan furnish you with anythingyou trant farm lea t plemuuta fertilizer Wober wagons buggies paints oils roofing steel und galvanised 1 make n erwoialty in put ting on roofing If you wfll call at my toro I will show you tho latest bent and most economical oil stores that lire on tho market A perfect beauty and n groat cotufort to tho lady in the kitchen I have a very complete line ol ajooorloa hardware dry goods clothing and if you wants good salt of doilies at very little money eotno and see mo JwPn BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY 10 4- he04 + + e tIttllfrttr rtvfiol Jet Y11 w1 CifrAtttttArtr tttZtt i C WHO SAID GROCERIES JI iShe ought to have said it through the ttlephoae No ye Sj culled in person and talked oa the subject to W D LOGSDON Whon want good things at low prices hes the man Jj to talk withr20 pounds Granulated Swfnr fioo n Sack of Eureka Plow pleat oa Eartb 55 White Rote Flour per Sack 50 ia Pint Cups 15 All orders taken before zo oclock trill be delivered before cttn All orders taken between to and 3 rill be delivered afternoon i I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store j J charging Into this cxp with a power ful force striking one brUuto of Worlds division In flask aad lNeeplA- It away and also drUlc back UteI Dranniaa tine Through I9b1WIant the rear of oral R Ttnld Use sending a perfect storm of gmjif sad canter shot Into oat UBM At the same time we wre la a brink sklrmlth WIth the enemy U oar poet This suite ot attain m4 tt Impossible for us to bold our position many minutes without aerials Mptur many of our noble boys were wound ed Private B Lynch Company K was literally torn to ptsewi by a stieM Our retreat was ue s arUy a running the aivnUtt between two urea wVd the enemy was trying to slow off iv sad eel us off About twraty of the Eighth wars captured prlnolpslly tTve wonneXL Who a whole wElfflont wtUosA a single exception dose Its duty In ash lion M oar boys did ben Individual mention probably should not be laads but the wuid that stuck to awgmlttt n Ota and the flag tbrouth UM eorn stalkj on this occasion certainty 4servo exceptional praise Ab wsman sad W Towoeead Company K J TIpton Company C I DeeM Oarl Conner and C Webb Company II Btraett and a few others Ttyton Darattt and ICing were wounded old taken but the other boys saved the flag This coming under my Imme4 ate notice must be taken for my apology car especLU mention To bo continued QUAKER RICE Prom Sunup to Sundown you satbIi Iputted and thoruly cooked gtv i it a delicious crlspnesa ji and a delicate daintiness eo tilt ifcrent from anything you have J tfnXN U rich In nutriment sally dl I i tlorf can eat Quaker Rice at meals batterII iconlocUonBevery package of Quaker Illce Iouch as Quaker Illce Candy i I Quaker Rico Brittle ere Quak JHco partita aro now tho popu 5 lar caper among the young and v for all ot these Quaker Illce con V jf fcctlona can bo molly and quick t j ly made In your own home J Q M GREEN lJI r YOU THINK we are advertising a cheap Fountain Pen to be sold at a high price but you are MISTAKOT Its just the other way We Me of fering to- GIVE YOU a fine Fountain Pen one tbat you couldnt buy for less than 1150 alone andITHE CITIZEN one year for only L60Address Tho Citizen Berea Ky KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes clouted and pressed by J C BURNAM The Wert Fad Barber Shop ffcamt iy GOo n suit is all it will eat you Farms for Sale Fiftyaero forms in UUatalppt school Dud church convenient good land well watered on the railroad Price 3100 to 52000 according to improvements Five years time no interest Supplh for fint year to experienced farmers who n offer good references For particulars uddroes Southern Commercial Co Natchez Mlsa DVERTIeELIENTL ICopy for change In tvertl0e rente or for now once should be handed In ea early as possible To be acre of getting into the current number they must be In editors hand by MoaAqr I1tFI1G TO cum A COLT IK ONK DAT Take IAXAT1VX BROMO Quinine TubleU Dl1IgJIbb rdund lfitfailatocurallW- Ga0118 ilctuturt tt on Bach box 3c I t to lit IJ II A AoIr e i TENTACLES OF DEATH APPROACH CHAMBERLAIN GREAT ENGLISH PROTECTIONIST I BLIND AND VICTIM OF PARAYISIS The Statesman Faithful American Wife I His Constant At tendant London Nov 23 Joseph Chamber lain the most picturesque of tho fly ing statesmen of Great Britain la be Jlovod to bo dying at his homo lu Birmingham Fur four months bo bas not appeared in public and It has Just bean loomed that he L a victim of paralysis Tho once powerful debater and po Ultloal manipulator who hold tho doe tlnlos of tho empire In his hand Is a onero wreck of his former self Al most vIshtloM and unable to articu tate the mot ilinplo words ho sits In Jill splendid home bolstered up with pillows awaiting tho final summons It la evident to his friend that he will never recover and that tho end can not long bo delayed Mr Chamberlains attendant Is his charming wife who was Miss Endl toll of MaMoahusoU a daughter of lro4dMit Cleveland former secre tary of war She remains with bar dUtltiRUUhod husband constantly and sees that his every wish Is attended to t once Realizes End It Near Mr Cbnmbarlaln dimly realizes that tie Is Marine tho end of the journey but he still takos a groat Interest In his splendid orohld whlah le without an equM In the British empire Twice a day lie ft wheeled to It In an In valW nJiBlr and for all hour at a time be will romaln a pathetic figure cur roundel by tho flowers which ho lend and cherished BO fondly Ho U barely aWe to move and when ho tiro lie HMkM It known by a feeble IncH aatton of the heAd and then he Is wbectod hack to his room where ha remains In silence and almost In dark n m There Is no concealing the fact that nli one aptondld mind is but a frag tnt of whet It was Hour after hour he HIM back with his eyes closed and It ta almost Impossible to amuse him Ifs MM to Ite fed Wjr artificial means He Is HMble to answer tho most sim ple question Mr Chamberlain Is pest 70 and It I b cauo of this that no hope Is held od for him Ho has been a man of tretseodaui activity and It Is evident tint k has literally oxhaustod his nee tremendous vitality POWERLESS WERE THE POLICE To Quell the Riotous Scenes In House of Delegates St Ixmls Nov 23A squad of po Itao will sent to the chambers of the basso of delegates to quell a distur bance that rose in a turbulent hoar Ing before the railroad committee of the bouse on tho bill to grant a Iran chise to an elevated road Tho galleries aisles seats and doors of the chamber wore packed with opponent of the measure for tho most part residents along the proposed route Mon shook their fiats In tho faca of the advocates of the bill ro poalcdly Interrupted them with sheets of derision and anger and as sotltiR that they wore attending the meeting In defense of tholr homes of fered to fight It need be Chairman Qazzola of tho railroad committee pounded with his gavel un til his arm aches but the tumultuous throng refused to bo quieted Thou J Leonard assistant clork of tho house who wax made sergeantal arms was pownrles to check the oolio and disorder Court To Decide Rate Law Ruling Chicago Nov i3rho supremo court of tho United States Is to bo asked to pass upon tho question whether a railroad company can Issue transportation In oxchango for advertising In newspapers A teat Is to be made In Illinois or rather nn oppor tunity will bo glvon to tho Interstate commerce commission to have tho court pass noon Its ruling that noth lag but money con lawfully bo receiv ud or accepted In payment for trans portation TwoCent Rate Law Invalid Washington Nov 23ln the Vir ginia supremo court of appeals Judge Cordwoll banded down a decision af firming the decision of tho state cor voratlon commission declaring the Churchman twocent passongor rate net passed Jiy tho Virginia leglsla turn Is contrary to tho Fourteenth Amendment of tho Constitution of the United State River Steamer Sinks Portland Ore Nov 23The river steamer Lurllno was sunk In a collis ion with tho towbOAt Cascade In tho rived ort nonler Tho Lurllno carried several passengers who with hor crow oscnpml to the deck ot the Cas cads In tholr night clothes Shot the Police Chier West Point Qa Nov 2J S Johnson n merchant of Laneit Ala Allot std Instantly klllod Chief of Po lice Jones In I anctt No cnuiio for the tragedy In known Johnson gave himself up but fearing violence naked to be taken to tho Lafayette jail Heavy Snow ID Mexico Mexico City Nov 23 Heports reached this city of a heavy snow storm which raged over a greater part of tho porthern section of the repub j lie In the State of Chihuahua scrca Inches of snow FINED FUR PLURAL WEDLOCK MARRIAOE8 WERE SANe TIONED DY HIS RELIGION Mormon Prophet Smith Pleads Guilty To Violating Marriage Laws Must Pay Three Hundred Dollars Salt Lake City Utah Nov leJoscph F Smith president of tbo Mormon church appeared In the district court before Judge Ritchie pleaded guilty to a charge of unlawful cohabl tntlon and a flno ot 300 was imposed Tho charge under which the Mormon prophet was arrested and fined was based on the recent birth of Pros dent Smltha fortythird child born to his fifth wife- President Smith addressed the court He stated that his last mar rlago was In 1884 All his marriages ho said wore entered Into with the sanction of hrs church and as they believed with the approval ot tho Lord According to his faith and time law of the church they were eternal in duration Ho continued In tho tacit general understanding Unit was had In 1390 and the years subsequent thereto regarding what wore classed as tho old cases of cohabitation I have apprecl ated the magnanimity of tho American people In not enforcing a policy that In their minds was unnecessarily harsh but which assigned tho settle mont of this difficult problem to the onward progress of time Ceased To Exist Since 1890 a very largo percentage of tho polygamous families have coos ed to exist until now the number within the jurisdiction of this court Is very small and marriages In violation of tho law have boon and now ore prohibited In view of tide situation which has fixed with certainty a re suit that can not bo easily uionsurud up the family rotations in the old cases ot that time have been generally left undisturbed So far ns m- own case la concerned I like others who had antorod Into solemn religious obligations sought to tho best of my Ability to comply with all require meats pertaining to tho trying position in which we were placed I have felt secure In tho protection of that mngsanlmout sentiment which was extended ns nn olive branch In 1S90 and In ubn urmt years to those old cMf of plurality family relation ship which came within Its purview sa did mine When 1 accepted tho manifesto Is sued by President Wllford Woodruff I did not understand that I would bo oxpeeted to abandon and dUcard my wives Knowing the sacred covenant and obligations which I had assumed by reason of thin marriages I have con Roionllouily tried to discharge tho re IHinilWIUlM attending thorn without being offensive to any one I have never flaunted my family relations be fore tho public nor have I felt a spirit of defiance against tho law but on the contrary I have always desired to bo- A lawabiding citizen In considering the trying position In which I have been placed I trust your honor will exorciio such leniency In your sen tenon as law nod justice will permit Judge Ritchie Imposed tho maximum fine but omlUed the jail sentence of from one day to six months which ho might have Imposed under the Utah statute TRICK OF POLITICIANS s Mayor Schmitz Discredits the Indictments at Frisco Now York Nov tIayor Eugen- E Schmltz of San Francisco whom a grand jury In that city recently In dieted for extortion arrived on tho Patricia from Europe accompanied hy Mrs Schmltr and Fred 11 1111 bort whoso name ins been mentioned before tho same body In an Interview coming up the bay Mr Schmltz declared his Innocence blamed political ono mice and announced that he courted a full investigation Chief Hayes of the Hobokun police and two detectives wore on the plor to see tlial Mr Schmltz was not ar rested and taken out of Now Jersey Two mon said to be Sao Francisco detectives were present but did not accost Mr Schmltz Mr and Mra Schmitz wont to tho ValdorfAstorla The two strangers followed In another automobile Chimpanzees Can Do Infected Liverpool Nov HTho expedition of the School of Tropical Medicine which has been In Brazil nearly two years making research regarding yellow fever telegraphs that It has been successfully proved that chimpanzees con be Infected with yellow fever by means of tho mosquito Tho discovery Is considered to be of the highest Im portance Quake Spread Death Victoria B G Nov 24 Alarming earthquake shocks In 001 alan now Guinea tho Bismarck archipelago followed by tidal waves cauiilnn nuch loss ot life among the natives are rn ported by tho steamer Mlluwow from the South Sell The Murderer Escaped Utica Miss Nov 24Albert Chor ry a merchant of this place shot and killed Frank Hood a prominent cltl zen After tho killing Cherry barn coded himself in his store and dofled the entire community In the excitement It Is reported he escaped Cacon For Fur Carlsbad N M Nov I11h3 fuel rupply hare Is exhausted and people have been forced to burn bacon to keep from freezing Schools have boon closed The snow Is a foot deep in town and two teat on the range WRATH OFAQEDPLAYER WAS AROUSED AT POKER AND HE KILLED HIS MAN MURDERER HIDES HI A MINE Death Awaiting All Who Venture Te DescendMob Dent on Lynch ing If He Comes Out Llnton Ind Nov 2GThe eighth murder in Greene county this year was committed whoa Louis Shullcy emptied tho contents of a shotgun In to Will Watson a merchant Tho top of Watsons head was al most blown off and he was left In a pool of blood for over half an hour Ho lived ovor 14 hours alter tho shoot ing Tho murder was one of tho moat coldblooded crimes over committed In the county and by a man who has passed hla three score years and ton Watson and Shulloy had not been on good terms for several months They aat In a poker game and Shulley accused Watson of beating him out of CO cents Tho matter was supposed to have been adjusted when Shulloy got up and loft After an hour however bo returned with a shotgun Shulley went straight to the poker room barely opened the door and emptied tho contents of tho gun Into Watson Tho shot took effect In tho roar of tho head After the firing all the men In Uio name ran from tho building and eft Watson lying In lila blood with tho brains oozing from his head Shul lays soninlaw James Head wont In search of a physician and was met on tho street by Shulley who at the point of time gun demanded 5 from him The money was glvon to him Ho then went to a friends home and demanded 5 there stating that ho had killed Watson and upon being re fused the money Shulley told him of the crime and threatened to shoot him Ho then proceeded to the real dence of his daughter told of his crime and when ndvlsod to give him self up stated that be would get tOY end more before be was captured Tho murderer took refuge In the Tower Hill mine and the officers havo been unable to get to him It Is con sidered plain suicide to make an at tempt to capture him A force of ten men are watching tho mine and If ho doe not come out before morning ho will be smoked to death Shulloy Is a widower and came hero three years ago from Kentucky Watson has lived horo all his life and Is survived by a widow Ho kill ed a man named Mason at Blcknell Ind during tho first campaign of Cleveland and Harrison Mason stet ed that ho would kill the first man that said Hurrah for Cleveland Watson gave tho yell and when Mason attempted to shoot ho was killel ly Watson There Is a mob organized and should Shulloy be captured ho will bo hanged lie Is 71 years old while Watson was 4G AGENT SAW ROUSER AT WORK And Wired Ahead For Officers Who Captured Him Kansas City Nov 2GA lone rob tor masked and armed robbed 13 passengers on eastbound Chicago Alton passenger train No 24 near Glasgow Mo He was arrested before ho could leave the train and was taken to Gla gov and placed In jail The robbed train Is known as tho Early Bird It left Kansas City at 9 oclock and was due at Slater at 1227 At Slater the robber wearing a mask over his eyes boarded tho rear car as the train was pulling out After tho train had gained speol tho man revolver In hand entered the oar and began a systematic robbery of the passengers Fifteen of them wero mado to disgorge As the train passed through Glasgow at which point It docs not stop the man was seen at work by the sta tion agent who wired to the chief dma pnlchor of tho fact Armstrong tho next station east of Glasgow was notified and officers were at tho station to moot tho train when It pulled in When the train stopped at Armstrong on orders and officers boarded It they caught tho robber redhanded Ho was taken with serious difficulty and upon In structions from tho Kansas City of fire was taken back to Glasgow and placed in jail there Rev Crapsey Retires as Minister Rochester N Y Nov 20 Bowing to the will of the church but refusing to wake a cowardly retraction of the belief which Induced tho church to tqrmlnato his ministry Rev Alger non S Cropsoy rector of St Andrews church of this city renounced hU ministry In the ProtestanTEplscopbi church In a letter to Bishop WllllAil David Walker of tho Western Dio cese of New York Floor Collapsed Woman Killed Newark N J Nov 26Mrs Rebec ca Schwartz was killed and a dozen other persons wero so badly Injured CIt1hospitalof a hall usod as a Jewish theater collapsed beneath tho weight of people Admits Yankee Pork Rome Nov 2GTho board ot health has decided to admit American pork Into Italy without other require ments than that tho regular certificate of tho American department of agrl Culture Bccomnanr It INCREASED EXPORTS PRODUCTS OF AMERICAN FAC- TORIESI AND FARMS Jnder Republican Control Our Industrial and Agricultural Outputs Show an Enormous Gain Over the Demo cratlc Period of Ten Years Ago With four of tho test export months of this calendar year including Sep tember in front of us the record I 1098994062 worth of exports to our credit up to August 31 last This Is tho largest corresponding eight months export business we ever had Here is tho record of thoso periods beginning with thntof 1901 tho year following President McKlnleys second election on tho 1900 Republican platform which platform as did also that of 1904 reaffirmed tho principles of n full protective tariff protection alike to American labor and American capital sound money necessary ox pansion retention of all territory ac quired and all the other Republican policies on which tho nitro years pros perity ot our country has arisen and by which alone that prosperity can bo retained continued and Increased Export Right Bureau Statlettee rniool9o2nc5789911tn9 9 IIOG 100890U62 Eight months average Re- pUblican J 9M1WWS Tho great gain In our exports this eight months over the similar periods of 1901 to 1905 is as follows quoting round millions only for easy reading over lOOt 1110000I- oe 77 000 1W I 2M0000001- WH 1906 H iriowlooo Those figures analyzed mean that In the eight months of this year wo equaled tho 57000000 gain In 1903 over 1902 also the 116000000 gain in 1905 over 1901 and 132000000 more a total gain In this way of 304 000000 Or to put It another way Our exports this eight months equal thoso ot 1903 eight months with its gain of 57000000 over 1902 eight months and 220000000 moro In all a gain of 277000000 or further they equaled thrfae of 1905 eight months with Its gain of 115000000 aver 1901 eight months and 132000 000 more or a total gain of 247000 In 1906 eight months over the eight months of only two years previously No matter which way you figure our exports in tho full Republican protective years 1S9S to 1906 its gain gain gain over anything of that kind which can be shown in Democratic yenta Tho last four full Democratic fiscal years were 1894 to 1897 Inclusive In those years our exports wore as fol lows In round millions of gold dollars not the 16 to 1 sliver dollars they pro posedln 1896 but dollars each ono of which will buy for the Amcrilcan wageearner 100 cents worth of com modities iw J S9Jooooo- oiga i w7oooooo 8 000000 t99eK IOMOOOOQO 56000000ComI13r1son months avo 96000000erainDemocratic full year average Republican gain 1 IS000000 This comparison simply means that In each of the Six Republican night months periods of tho fiscal years 1901 to 190C Inclusive we exported as much as did the Democrats In each of their four full fiscal years 1894 to 1897 Inclusive and 19000000 moro In each of tbo six Republican eight months In other words we did it In onethird less time with four galas of 19000000 each or In all 76000000 clear gain But what have exports to do with tho Republican full protective tariff SilT some Just this If our factories were not going at full blast because of our great home market being pro served to thorn thus producing goods In much larger quantities wo should not have a surplus of manufactured goods available for export and If our farmers wero not encouraged by the great home demand in a market also protected to them they would not cul tivate so much land and would not produce so much cotton and other land products leaving less available for export than they now have year after year and if our exporters were not sure as they are that theso In creased productions would bo availa bly for export when wanted they would not go to tho expense of send ing sales agents abroad foreign orders for American goods and products would not bo forthcoming and our ox ports would fall back to what they wero In Democratic low tariff days American exports under Republican control and policies are onethird greater than under Democratic con trol and policies with 19000000 each eight months to spare consequently factory outputs and factory wagoidls bursomcnts are also moro than one third greater while Republican congressmen control tho house The One Great Weakness Tho one great weakness of the Dem ocracy the one strong hope of tho Republicans is that the Democrats will not abandon their futile conten tion for a tariff for revenue only that in their lexicon spoils robbery Tho realization of that dream Is fur ther off today than It has ever seemed to ho slnco tho Republican party was born nor will It be brought an hour nearer by tying up legislation be tween a Democratic house and a Re publican senate Inthe sixtieth con gress Washington Post STORY WITH A MORAL Effective Truth Thit Has Deen Worth Many Speeches Those people who are so concerned about the high cost of living and the prices demanded by socalled trusts can read the following with no little Interest and a considerable amount of Instruction John U Moorman of Knox Republican district chairman for the Thirteenth Indiana congres sional district said recently We are having few speeches In the Thirteenth district About all wo are doing up there Is to tell ono story and It seem to do tho work better than speeches Listen Not long ago a farmer In Nebraska Bryans state went to a buggy dealer to buy a bug gy Ho foufad one that suited him and the price was C2 Tbo farmer happened to remember that about a dozen years ago ho tool bought a buggy just like it from the same dealer for 55 and he mentioned the fact Tho dealer went to his books and found this to bo true Bat said the dealer my books show that you did not pay cash tar It because you did not have tho money You hauled In 500 bushels of corn anti gave It to me for tho 55 buggy Now I tell you what I will do If you are wilting to bring mo now COO bushels of corn I will give you the C2 buggy a self binder worth 125v II sulky plow worth 35 and a walking plow worth 12 In addition to this I will band you 16 In money The dealer could have car tied out tho proposition too for corn is worth CO cents a bushel now while at that time It WU worth only 11 centsAbout the same time that this farm er was buying a buggy for fOG and paying for it with GOD bushels of corn at 11 cents a bushel other farmers In Nebraska were soiling spring lambs to tho butchers for two dollars apiece while full grown sheep were sold In Ohio for GO cents a head Now tho Nebraska farmer gets 50 cents for his corn and seven dollars for his Iamb and sheep In Ohio self at 350 to 4 Not only that the value of farm lands In the United States has Increased over six billion dollars since 1900 and they were In 1900 worth fully six billions more than In 1892 The farmers are all standpatters on the tariff and they know the reason why Dishonest Reciprocity The Sacramento Bee says there la no honest Republican opposition to reciprocity such as dues not involve surrender of the principle of genulno protection to American labor No ono denies this but there Is honest opposition to that kind ot reciprocity which proposes to sacrifice as Ameri can Industry deserving of protection for the purpose of enabling another Industry to extend its trade abroad That Is the peculiarity of newly every reciprocity programme They all embrace the Idea of sacrificing the other follows protection for the purpose oi advancing some other fellows Inter est The Chronicle regards as posi tively dishonest the attempts to strike at California wines In order that some one may sell a few more dollars worth of some eastern manufactured product and It rejects the assumption that it Is protection to look after the interests of the spinners and weavers of cotton and to ignore those of the wool grower As a matter of tact the trusts complained of by our contemporary are the ones displaying the most eagerness for reciprocity treat ies The people do not demand them because they know that no reciprocity treaty is necessary to admit goods which do not come In competition with American products because com modltles of that kind are all on the free list San Francisco Chronicle WHERE HE STANDS PAT Farmers Are Not Fool The farmers ot tho middle west have been appealed to directly to fa vor Canadian reciprocity and the ad vocates of that policy have felt com polled to present some argument which should beguile tho farmer Into consenting to such procedure And what was this argument It was to the effect that they should wlll ugly permit the farm products of Canada to come Into competition with their own In order that a larger market foi American farm products might be provided down cast Tho farmers of Iowa Illinois Win cousin Minnesota South Dakota No braska and other middle states art not focls They understand tho situ ation exactly they know that In this agitation for Canadian reciprocity they ire to be made tho victims 01 ovory arrangement that Is contomplat cd and for that reason they are opposed to It In toto and to A loanI Cedar Rapids Republican t V xI- i Ti 1 I J ItJESUSCROSS Sunday School lesson for Dec 9 1996 j 1 Sp ct Hr prepped for Tab Paper IoryTUIRKrldny April 7 tram nine II m three p m PIiACK Calvunr outside GoigothaJustthe clt of on I a Iho north ftJC yards from the Damascus Sate PARALLEL ACCOLNTSMatt 77731 J6 Mark 162147 John ItI642 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 33 They the Roman soldiers end tholr victim They crucified him Roman soldiers performed the act but they wore only Instruments for car I tying out the decree of Pilate given l i- to appease the bitter hatred thenlowstors Evlldoera Another account calls them thieves V 34 Father forgive them ThIs l j was the first of Jeans seven sayings from the cross Know not what do The soldiers were executing orf 0 characterof the Jews know that they were put Ung to death nn Innocent roam J V 25 The peoplb stood behold lag Jerusalem was thronged with visitors at this the Passover season i l nulflro derided him 1 rulers probably members of JewishI j bedrin were anxious that air i know that they repudiated I t who was being crucified as King otIthe Jews Ho saved others Sat i fathis v lave himself Or as recorded Uy MiltIthow HlmseT to cannot aavef Thus was uttertfl m Jest an eternal and universal trufii Jesus could not save himself and yet saved meniV 36 Mocked him offering i him vinegar They took probibljrt J some of the sour wine tttey baWI 1 brought to refresh themselves and pretended to offer It as a fesUvo cupj iI IGentllosum was written In black letters the accusation for which ho suffered PIflate had this superscription In three languages In Hebrew for i i the Jews In Latin for the Romansi t and In Greek that strangers Signers might readII weroItied to their crosses by cords Railed on him This ono joined lamocking Jesus f V 40 The other rebuked himnPerhaps it was the meekness Jesus showed or his prayer for leis murder ers or his confidence in calling Got Father or his whole bearing that convinced the one malefactor that Jesus was not only Innocent but that ho was what ho claimed to beLord j of menV We Indeed justly lie acsrknowledged that his own sentence was just We believe that he was truly penitent for ha sins Hath done nothing amiss Wbdo not know hoW much ho had known about Jesus before this time but at any rate ho was convinced that Jesus was an In nocent man V 42 Lord remember mla lIft believes in Jesus love and feels ills ability to save V 43 Today shalt thou be with mo in paradise The man had prayed for a blessing In a far distant day but Jesus grants him what shall be realized today- V 44 Sixth hour ninth hour From noon until three pv m a miraculous darkness enveloped Judea as 1tithe sun hid his face from beholding r the wickedness of menmV 45 Sun was darkened This explanation endorses the testimony of astronomy that an eclipse of the sun at the time of full moon was Impossi blo the Passover was celebrated at full moon hence the darkness mustthave been supernatural The veil of the temple was rent This rending signified that the way of access Into the very presence of God was opened ChristV When At the moment Jesus felt that ho was about to lose con sciousness after having pronounced tho words It Is finished he cried with a loud voice showing that his physical powers wero not exhausted j Father Into thy hands I commend my spirit Ho committed his soul Ieas ho had committed oil else to tho caro of the Father Gavo up the ghost Breathed out his life The iiword used Indicates the voluntary ear render of life Practical Points V 33 Tho spotless Lamb of God died In tbo midst of sinners by and i tor mans olnl Pet 318 V 34 As wethlnkliow much forgave us surely we should 1 all who sin against usEph CbrtbjV 36 Tho Christian necdoot vel If like his Master ho Is t upon to endure the reproach of monI I 1 Cor 413 t V 37 By living for self one loses all that makes life worth living Mark 835 V 42 He whom we so often forgot ever remembers usJSII 4015 V 45 Through Jesus wo have Im al mediate access to the very heart ot OodHob 1019 20 V 4C Let us freely tire our lives to him who gave his Ute for uaZ- Cor 515 I U t otloeoeoeoeoeoeoeoBoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeotDoeoeoeaEast News You Get Nowhere Else io X oontipoBAMC ftbliihed nalMi iljned la Ian ty the writer The acmeo 2 It sot for publication bat as u iridtnc of toad filth Write plainly O OOOoooooooooooooooooooooo MADISON COOiiTYvIRETFU9 Xov 86 Mrs Enn infl M wi tier ft t iw 1 were +Soimlni in RIb mood SaturrlavMnrrtnd on Xovnrn W Dod Mr Dilse Todd and Mtos Verdle Garrett Rev Mr Crow offici Mrs and herating euenlandpMattlo visitedI doAtgnters i W P Ssndlfn of Richmond K Sandlla and famil leave that pleceytheirlourenhoma J- ak C Pawsll sold to Wm hogs hundreM Jones SpeedanducKeen SundBTohn Powell were In Richmond Monday Willie Robinson visited relatives nt Btrtu SundayMr and Mrs W B Baker have been at Berca several days with their son Jimmie and wife Who have typhoid fever ESTILL COUNTY WAoCItSVILL11 soy 20 Owlnp to the high water lut week some of the correspondence bah w be loft oUElla and Maude Park end Willie Wilson were the guests of Mr and Uri J M HaDes at Drip Rock Saturday night and Sun dayJ S Wagers was In Berth Ias- week t on business Mrs J L Kelley was the gruFEt of Mrs J li ScrUner SlULdq lwLilre S M Warford and auurD woo tile guests of the form ers persnts Sunday and Sunday night yet Waters was the guest ot her brother J 8 Wagers Mr and Mrs J L Broaddus were the guests of the hatters parents Mr and Mrs Wilson Saturday night and Sunday J U Scrivner went to Richmond on Saturday last to sec Dr Gibson Verea Henderson Is very sick with fever Park Warlord oame from Illinois Saturday IOCKCASTLE COUNTY HOCKFO1U Nov 26 The Macedonia Church was dedicated Friday Nov ofKybeprsermon and the program was as Singing by the congregation Servic Introuuced by reading the 16th Chapter of Matthew Standpoint taken f the 18th verse of same chaptor By Brother Edwards a prayer A song by the congregation Softly and Tenderly At tho close of the ser mon the congregation was led In wrayer by Brother Rowlett next was the song What a Friend We nave Ja Jesus Prayer by Brother IA- mb Slnglns 0 Think of a Home Over There Benediction by Brother Phelps Dinner was served qn the grounds and was free to every one All seemed to enjoy It O M Payne and Brother Phelps conducted the afternoon services The program DrotherEdwardsdonated were read bv J J Martin a short talk of congratulations by llyLifogrfcaUon indulged In an old fashion yBrotherRowlettDr Lewis and Miss Ann Stewart attended church at Macedonia Friday and Sundav Bet Johnson visited Mrs A P Gidd Sunday The atUacedonla Mattendwh11Brotheri meeting at Macedon Mr and bf1 Jwed on J J + rl visitedJdedication BerlastUOONK Nov 26 James Sims of Muncie parenthere lh2ndMrsher new house this weetcD B Chas SaturdsyChas CheekMLoufe sawmhfrom 11 I d tow has It fn operationMrs Rose Carior O llee s very slckRhoda- Ie la ablewt has bad a sprained ank Mrs be out ngalnlrr and rdaa WlDrenrbdY wife- OON1WtL spent Sunday W1lh Tlllf 8 Pl Mrs this rsd 0 place last Bund Wen m Ed Bextone Was SundayJames home Sexto on Creo Mr Deldon Sund Alexander called on bL Dullenrelatives andCreek Saturday friends on C1 of nlghLJ Todd on business was at Conway Saturday GARRARD COUNTY LICKNoy haslUchatter tour weeks y absencearr Jab n falast v moved to Ber hasPhasedlaceton at Willand wi Dayid McCollum buiIdafr and Mrs than have eons to June- llcCollums sfst the winter with MrAfro Rachel loverDan Gabbard who has tyDholii atCollum and improvingwlto W 1 Ned Pat andGabbard 1 I1nd Berth son v sfdjugdhter Drad reI WseekDIIleom improvemenonte UUadditionIted her daughter Mrs Pal Ba11a wek1I J Qabbard and bride isited G n Oibtnrd test wkMrs Fannie Urorkratn and two of her daughter Pearl nfl Mvrtt w r tit guests of her father G B Oihbird Sunday and Snnd htJtPC Mr Smith tilled hie Twil r insnlMmeat Sunday at W lVi eoii BvptW Chntrh SrItheeto loon e have him iw II n IM- OAUTJntSYttLU w Nov 23Mr and WI Lewis ware have a tine boy Laws is wearing hL Sunday smile every day since It- occurredJennle naaoa mv a flan entertainment last Friday evening at tho Woods View Schoolhouse All those present enjoyed the C8ieim The whole district ta pniMac MlM Haggaus teaching Jlrs unit Orwa and her staler Ere Merryawn of Whitehall were the guests of Mrs Mary Clarke last SUurday Quite a number from this vicinity atUadul services at Falrvlew Dl clple Church Sunday Brother McCollum of Lexing ton preached a very InterMtiBg ser mooair Crlt Napier of Point Lwr ell has sold lib farm and taught property at Rotten ItUe will prob ably go Into the goods business sgita JACKSON COUNTY IIUItlKV Nov aThere WM pr achInK here Saturday and Sunday and then was quite a crowd present John Gab bard who was thrown from a liIlIle- a few days ago we are glad to say Is much better Mr and Mrs Join Gabbard Sr of Sand Gap attended church here Sunday William Hurley Klzzle leases and tithe Angel were the guests of Mr and Mr John Rob laaJacob Oabbard Monday Catalt Itob erts the little daughter of Chili nob erts is quite sick with fever OM Aunt Mary Roberts Is very low wtth dropsy Walter Powell and Haghle Jones of Sand O ere the guests Saturdayesnight and Sunday Fanny Qibban onroonWednesday evening Alex Perry our travelling photographer of Hugh vii Itod this plea Friday and Saturday and got quite a lot of work to do Lewis Lake Jr of lions Lick visit ed his brother John Lake of this place Tueaday night Ida Lake wu the guest of Martha Marria Tneaday ISlnth Roberto visited her statar Mr W M Hurley Tuesday Leers Mar cum of Waneta Ky visited his sitter Mrs Rachel Oabbard Sunday Mr and Mrs Jame Seals of Pond Creek vtelt ed Mr and Mn W M McCollum of Hooten Creek Saturday sad Sunday Amos McCollum was the Pelt of James and Bradley Oabbard Wedaea day night laaac Karris of Pie Flat visited his brother T L Mantis of this plan Sunday Mr sad Mrs Juo McCollnnt of HooteD Creek moved to their new home on South Fork Mon delI a Stephen la very poorly at this writing We are all very anxious to hear from the correspondent at Ev ergreen TTnununni Nov 27 People of Pine Grove at tended church at Send Gap Sunday ost of Uie pmnle hIlT finished g corn John Martin traded JokereAlcornrtraded a roan mar to Lewi Griffon for a brown bentsAlva McCollutn of Indian Cerek vl Hd friends sear Evergreen Saturdiy night Drew Dowels sawmill his stopped Their employees leave gone to HmlMoB IMeaa flying trip to the Letter Box Sunday Jake Lake and wife want out the theyoJacob Lake Jr bee returned from planningtohaveboughtbought a fine mare onir noon theSingerODbl1slnossregularappointment litreforsayshepossumhuntingwere asked whit they caught they shiftatpaskshould not lotnhadvice tlo Ieasesant Srtlona WlIlImlOtotar theSrilUUTJIY NoV 24 sickness IuIt9 a lot ofIn tJI Charles GabrRiley and Bndlev Gabbard and lob9 at elllrcbI1zzloat this placevlxltexl at home Friday daughteubard Sr SMurdaYLewls Gabbarlland BL Mflas Sparks who have been lit returnedAuntMary weoksehusbandrtL I An Educational Fortress- It seems hard for some people to aytajrItcould teach school and If there was a lame man or a widow woman In the IUQdtblorIn much the same way people have supposed Uwt anybody oould found and manage a college One who via Its Heron will find hlgiwr educa tion Is a large Using A real collage orDivineI number of specially gifted eoasecrated trained men and The oommon Id OmenI JaoollbMoutesCarnsgle toys that no school aaa be Collage unless has a croup of tbouaDdloolianlcan 1111 for the expenses of the school rod not lees taaa halt a data teachers energytobreachesAtlooMtagvery taw colleges in tills country todeecr1beticles she general equipment of Berea ATc nN Nov 19We hnve been having som pretty oold weather the past week considerable snow and it has been raining the past two days and the roads are in bad condition for travel Meesedlpdfor sometime J R Miller Raub taklllto nilhopethtollowlngtag the week C W Matheny Strn WelchtonsSMoyersWWilsonothersandorders D W Gentry of Locust businessOwing SCIIOOIbutthosuporlntendQntteresting lecture and with tho as s Oolteite and the arrangements whirl it makes for the bxflt of the stu 0ent wbe to ie is Us doors We publish a map showing the chief buildings owned by the Ctlkge and of these some plcturt will ai pear later These buildings inclu- dthirtythree dwelling dunces arc rented to teachers or to famlllet who have moved to Bona to educati their children Of the buildings we will iwuio K tew at ft thnrttu sxliniiit Istratlon Offices where a student first goes are In the Carnegie Library a beautiful stone building which Is now Just complete Hate one finds the Inquiry Office the Swrntiry Jlr Gamble with whom you h ere prob r ably msile acquaintance already nod the Assistant Treasurer from whom you get rooms Young isdy student make their first call at Ladles Hall where they flied the Dean of Women Miss Robinson IINMI aDeiIWe shell speak of Lincoln Hill Sci PrintlagI Bruce Cottage the mens dormitories and other buildings In a later article I slstance of his wife also a good OOUdttetlqthreethis vicinity George Perry was the guest of his brotherinlaw W P Terry Saturday night Tom and Fan WillieSundlyAed Uncle Bllsha Gabbard a few days ago who was one of the victims of AurtMtlroports vlelnithasMcKee and will move there about 10IIe1himy onus ho will goINEWS ITEMS inthemorning early It possible Very Im lateI 1 HOUSES TO RENT v r ChildreneI to oCI their children llouiwe like tlin nlov containing four nxHno furnished 6I CortclglatdoUalll + t sail gardens for some bat hither rental rreferenoe given always to i families with children to educate For regulations and further particulars LIIJrnr1BuIIdIBI i Seeing tine Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtt10U hut heard of the btini er rropH which Imre been n iaed in Arkansas IxHiisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texasvsad New lieiioo Rare you oompared Ihoin with results obtained InlMIequaleH not t oaa ge would be beneficial perhaps Ariesit to the southwest will open your eyes Out iu OklahouM ties last big land open We18rnAr1luagie you full information about these sections You will want to see then slier you bare etsmiued our illustrated literature toSouthwesternof eaoh month 1 M Lee Sen ftFriieoUtUeH I Mstvtre DIaL PUI AgL Cincinnati 0 ROCK LINESOlSOtNNATI MYSTERIOUS WOMAN CMTUIUal Skulking Abeut the Hems When Mrs ttty Was Murdered Leeiartlle XIA well areiied woos el hyt her aaavs M Mrs War rare MelvU sad retdaatly e arr Aced tastily wee arrested when skulk ins shout the tome where tire Ytr gins Rtly WM murdered Omen Tfko made the arrest were aUrW kf Ker yetei pled fused her omwltaa aJams the irenait She said eM was ale- great featele dMerttve teat hit fret Raa Iranrlro te ferret eat the sty Very of the BUr nurder sloe alan said she heal eulred ilf Pearl Bryan sane 8e kloK to eS4ape the weouui ran Into a ditch but was pullsJ usi by Patrolman Vow ash Relaa who took her to central police tlattoa In petlae court she WM put under no bend that site may be held Peel Rem Men Be Free Oevtaucton XlTbe oases ot Jobs Kelley Thomas Gaaeroa and hufb- Herbrt chatted with boldtax M M lawful ateeaiblax la a posh rosy wore railed la Cvtngtea JIno rurt- ms aWenieys for ttte doteaa auktd the jurlsclttlea IItt the polite utand after aa IMUTS arfanteat by the- opposing attoraeys Pollee Jdge JJIB Rod sustained the conUillm ot the defense sled dtsntMeii the three IIIUfI Leulivlllp Ky Youths Trouble WashloKten D CAter UaYlK seas treufa a ertuae of 1LM9 la a few months seconding to nls cue statement Hal U Sagan alias KaseaU M years old wbe says his Mae U la Louisville Ity was arrested bets ea a charge of larceny by trAtt Shelby Irvine Dead lUobmoad KA telesram was re eolTOd from Oartbase TenD nanvane hug the death ot that plies of Sholb Irvine SI a wealthy etttsea of Rich mood lie was rise president of iL nichmoad national hook and a great grandson of KeotnokyTs tint governs Knifed His Son LonlsvlUe It7WUllam Oilier aseXl 11 U under arrest ahared with cut lug his son Ckxflss UI U e abae moat The injury may Jtfffe Uthl pttylnnt Found Dead In Hallway Ixmlsvllle 1ttalY Hlkon 22 was found dead In the hallway of a tenement house at 467 Gesso tree t Under tbesody was her fourmonfliiuW babe dressed In rape nail almost erra4 from exposure An Inquest will be hold A Remarkable Phenomenon phypapwho have seen a oolorcMl flake Just born with the letters D 1oIplalnly marked on its forehead The cUd bo longs to Pool Franklin cJ j LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 11906 DallyLeerArrive IRiefamowl 410 a HI Arsine Pieria689a ra Arrive Cincinnati 760 a m GMt North Train Dally I Leers Berea1 t1 p m Arrive Ricfamonti 800 p m Arrive Park 190 p m Arrive Ciaoinnati OtlO p m 011Itn m DillyLeeveArrive KuoxrUls 780 a m earrrslreeMn arllkMblhdlrcUot TntaM mum eteeptaga1111 belt dM1Ateu- W H BOWER Ticket Agent Tilt winter trrrraot Boron College will begin on Wednewlny Tat 2 For SaleOne fourth ono half or the whole of my farm M K Pnnco The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS IntrnaUontDldllUYear lnahrldJ lUuroughlyteaUlerl In every detail BIH wiljr nrtvbeil Inercrr IIarlwtth largerlllptiwe era of the opinion that thlt allegation mmt clearly 1m iwxruratelj ilwcriliwi tlio work la en fccttirnpllalicil and the nltthtttbMti a Utotloimrjr lesain7wIt now ituul tboriHiflilr re eillled Iu every deeR ll bat teen nnrru In admlrWynlplettomrutuse aIrmtnulon urtilch driiiamti more iif pula relJemttonUlat I ter erlMpc needars to mite IWtwarofer IIIftI11Jo tile eourwuf MSiiclniit raferoiicC- IIARUBI ONOtrCkMJoiUeA II WKltX f- R C u hrfflmIThe aArtre rtftnte WRUSTKIlS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE fttoaal t GET THE LATEST AND BEST 1nuvOlhetetemteltnead tineimtn jwyct rest Jre GCMERRIAMCO puauoHcns- BPRINOFICLD MASS w Uwre ttnIN- TIRNATM4L catta rc 1