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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oeoSOSolloSoUOSoUoUOUOUOIOUolr J BEREA E ALBERT o o Jruferrrf at the soeoeosoeo JYOLoVIlI Flvo Conts a Copy nrnrt MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 19 One Dollar a Year NO 201iIDEAS True friwtdc ere like prtdfum sew el but like jTVele for tnw OU B are B jrw fliooJt not a friend from oulMile slaw ThdtttIH rb wt tho Jewel Hd low elfaIfyou Work out your own tulmUon lie dlUKriM Tho I tea of suocew IB to oxpeot BUrrtwS Never lw rllxrounMcnt the winrlaw nfVfr f ii1na yet gooInrkCud bIS nmniUct i proclott Ul rot tork tu tAorieFi U yir tJilL tf we Oaliot to scare 7rmlllOIl whim not properly IMM JFrtiuotfgovernment Nauru tlmo ago made a law fiprmruting the Konxin Catholic flan connection with the g rrnnt iit and onIon tl that pdeattoi wua Htt l lw e curtain aooivtiits formed to take cbnrge of tits property oboylhawl t on Deeomlter Sa 8IeO fIe order was twnt Iran the lope at Home oar mauiiiiie the pri Mta trot to obey thu much Tv but to remain in their fhurciiBS until driven out Ueoetn bar 12 III the dAY when the lea finall KIMM into oT at mid It ta oared lh a religious war le unused by tha clueing orOhllfoh88 in 30000 towns and oitien Anotltw of Frumps troublM is dIRt she Is in the hands of a batik trust All the principal IMBDof the couutcy are banded togellier sod ilwida how inonejr vball be need and pent They have lent a great deal to HiiMtia and plan to lead inure but Ituwiia to in utah a Imd way that it to staidbeckFrench depocitoni They have had bail iun w in the past as tlie result of the action of tills mousy treat It may be that ties govecMtowit will do ikitwUtiag to beak up or otxttrol this trust dyingotin of ItiMwia It te said that girl and women are wing sold and wen nailing tbeuwelrwi at frooi 31 tu U2 to buy food Appeals are loiug made to the oanr nod esarinu but no money is at hand to give help and prieeti 01 rood tire very high The flwt Htutkm of n great railway which is to connect Pttkiu Chino with the railways of Europe has been fiuMhed The work has been directed and done entirely by China won When the railway is complet ed one will be able to go from London to leldn In twolte tleys IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Somo little tuna ago 1rosldont Itoosovelt removed Bulhuny Store- from hta position an CS Ambasando- in Viuuna Mr StororH wHo ha been trying nil sorts of pinna to use tho infltienco and pourer of tho United Status to gut tho POlo to make Arch bmhop Irolaud a cardinal She hat also been trying hard to gat n buttor position for hot luisbaiid uithor tho ambasmdora place in Paris or London or n placo In KoowevoltH cabinet Finally the president was obliged t send word to Mr Storor that if sho did not stop doing sonic of thuso tliingrt he woidd have to romovo hor husband from his position in Vienna Sho kopt on and ha was removed Now ho has beau making n fuss about pubfishingclaimed to bo thin fuels iu tho case Mr Storor will not cover himself with glory iu tithe umtler- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Justice llarlan of tilt U S Su promo Court has said that it would bo nn honor to bo Republican candi date for governor but it would bo too hard work to try to win thin election Now former Governor William 0 Bradley is being talked of for that placo and his best friends buliovo that ho would bo willing to bo tho candidate if ho would not have to pay political debts to other pool l peopluinterests tho o jporty for their help in tho election number of whisky fights aro being won by tjie people in tile stat o In Whitley county of which Wll linmsburg is tho county neat election tune hold on December Reports from fifteen out of twenty three precincts give the drys 18 80 majority On December 10 an oho c t i e h JO 01 oeoeoeoeceoeoeoeoTHE CITIZEN VALUE OF THE FARMER WINTER DAY The time of year is coming very soon in which the farmer seeing the hay all stacked the corn in the crib and the fodder in the mow is likely to feel that his time is worth but little except for feeding two or three times a day the flocks of sheep and herds of cattle or to haul a load of wood or a dozen cross tics Let us sec a moment if there is nothing else to do- Do these flocks have a shed to shield them from the cutting winter winds Does the cow that affords generous supply of milkand butter stand shivering in the cold rainbleachingoutside of the stacks for want of a barn large enough to hold it all Are your crops to be cut short twentyfive dollars yourlacpalingthatproperty Or docs the rain come through the roof the wind through the cracks so that your family the comfortablyWith the farmer winter days need not be idle days an more than other seasons of me year Build a yoeu d shingles for the roof on stormy davs and the better days can be used for paintingthem up Utilize some of this spore time too a toolhomo in which to keep all farm tools and implements after being thoroughly cleaned andrubbed with lubricating oil to prevent rust Such a building though it costs little will make it much easier to use your idle days in making plows harrows rollers and various other tools so much needed by every farmer youritr Ia anc neat yard life will be much more worth the living as a resat- of a well spentwinter I MEN ON MOUNTAIN1 WITH thou was held in Bell county to see Vhelher this last of tho counties in the Eleventh District to permit sn loons should got rid of them Prof Curry who was in Boroa a couplo of weeks ago to a grunt crowd is- Middloeboro tho county soot on December U and it is negroestHO UB to turn tho tide for tom drysd ofItollongaspecinlJudgoto hone the case has decided that Judgo W M Ikcknorof Winchester may not practice In tho state law courts for two years because ho made a false affidavit to tho effect tbnfair trial was not had in a certain atoTho case will be taken to the Court of Appeals and it is bo liovcd will bo reversed Judgo Beck Collogehasneighborhood and wo believe the charges against him are oleo Tho Perry County Times of No vomberj 20th prints a stirring article on law onforcomont and especially enforcement of laws against liquor iind Sabbath breaking It tolls tho manly forceful instructions o subjectlIIrt thecaw to loco it respected by everybody within tho jurisilicton of his court Ho said that wo had in our hills and moan rains almost untold wealth but that the development of our great rescue 1oOwent of law Only let the vie capitalists know that wo are law abiding and that his interests will be properly protected and they will pour out their millions for the tier velopment of our country The eyes of some wore opened when ho hector ed that ninety per coot of the crimes scare caused directly or indirectly by whiskey and that more prejury was committed in connection with the solo and uso of this degrading stuff thus in connection with any other offense The Mountain Champion Wo aro very to have tho Mountain people hold up their heads and look tho world in the face Tber Is a feeling among many that We are looked down upon more or less by people outBlde Lot us look Into this matter and see how the wee In Uw first place we are In danger of thinking of this subject toomuch The world la general Is reasonably frlandly towards the people of tho Mountains us can bo shown In many ways The people of tho north es pecially feel that the Mountain re gion of tho south is the best part of the south because It was loyal to the government In time of tho Civil War President Frost of Deroa has had great Influence In bringing this about Ho has made acquaintance of many of Uio old soldiers who pissed thru Inndhoders as occasionally In tho newspapers We have more to fear from the pro Utfe t who love to spook scornfully and who we fear do in thou hearts dcspleo everybody who is not like themselves What we need however Is to bo ab 1 to stand for our own dignity and try to do that is right in tho Bight of God and not ears what Idle or foolish people say about us There Is no nobler element of character than the ability to stand up analnst the ridicule of the foolish paoht from the rest of the people In t south and In general these dlffercnc Ington Richmond and Cincinnati sing Ing for tho Y M C A or some of the loading churches The next person to greet the strang ors in lera is the Assistant Treasur or Mr Curtmoll who lees general charge of the renting of the rooms Mr Oartnisll la a graduate of the Ohio Wesleyan University lie is on active worker In the Y M a A and the Uertu Sunday School and one of the best friends any young mn will ever have Miss Josephine A Robinson Dean of Women is the first lady for our young girls to moat and one who will always be a friend Miss Robinson was born In the mountains of New Hampshire graduated from Oberlln College and has been In Derea for tern yews She Is one of the best teachers of matliomaUca in the opun tryay Superintendent Edwards has oharg of the Model School There are more students In this department than in any othort For many years Prof Ed nurds wee connected with the Soldiers and Sailors Home at Xenta placeywhere etcdents are always welcome and he Is the beet adviser for a large army of young people The Aoademy is in charge of Prof Marsh who Is widely known thruout Eastern Kentucky as a oonduetor of Institutes and a great teacher in his yourindfind an admire Tho Normal Department is In oharg of Proto Dinsmore No one 10 more widely or more favorably known ln Eastern Kentucky than he As a conductor of Institute he has few equals genorat1 ho has done a service to the cause monTIl uevTrrY LOOKOUT TUB FLAG tho anxious ca aro things which we may be of It would not be beet for all people In the world to be just alike Each region has Its own peculiarities which it has a right 10 glory In ThIn people of New York City rejoice their great harbor anti their tm with all portions of tho world people of Maine rejoice la their pine tot cwtx their leo trade and their fish oil e The people of Switzerland are l roud of their peculiar forms of dress for men and women which are a little different from the things worn in any other country In the world Tho question to be asked about any fashion or custom or way of living is not whether it Is fashionable r common among all people but is it good and sensible for us living where wo dos In every part of tho world good peo plo have struggled against difficulties and evil Thore is no place la which there are not people who do bad things co that their neighbors are ashamed of them In Cincinnati and Chicago they aro troubled by the largo number of foreigners who have come there to live and do not understand how to act as citizens of a free re public In England they are troubled by a monopoly of land which is own ed by a tow people And so it is thruout tho world Each region has Its own evils whlcli ft la fighting and Its own advantages for which it la grateful and proud Now it Is just so with our people of the Mountains We have to contend against bad roads We have not yot gotten our organization for road making into shape Wo have to con tend against poverty we have not yet learned how to make the most f our forests and our farms And we have to contend against a certain ogrco of lawlessness the this Is no worso In the Mountains than In all other parts of tho south On the other hand wo have a great deal In which we can take satisfaction and pride We aro not ashamed of our log houseslog architecture was the first typo of building in America thehoworld when they build country hous P LM i iOOOOOOOOOOO01 Yl Southerno tl p Life In next weeks Issue 2 of the Citizen il oooeoeoeoeooooeoeooIt1O0f1fl stands appear which 0 LIABLE TO LEAK H The Family Stocking is liable toIleak Deposit your extra dollars and dimes in our Savings Department andwwatch them earn more dimes and dol lars for you We Guarantee You Perfect Safety 4 per cent Compound Interest The Use of Your Money When You Want It ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Come in and let us tell you itt t Berea Banking Co Assets over 14000000I1 Capital fJJ MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier 1 t The Charter of the Berea National Bank No 8435 Ifreasun departmentiefftcc of Comptroller of tbc Currency 1906WHEREAS un a darsigncd it has been made to appear that The BeretaNational 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 BankingNow Kane Deputy and Act in Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that 1 he Berea National BankIn the Town of the County of Madison and State of Kentucky is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Sectiom ofwaTESTIMONY WHEREOF my andseal of office this seventeenth day of November 1906 SEAL T P KANE and Comptroller of the Currency delkutkopen December I S E WELCH Pres WRIGHT KELLY VicePres J L GAY Cashier es In the famous White Mountains or tho Adirondacks build them of logs We aro proud of our fireside industries It is a groat thIng for a wom an to know how to spin and weave an dye as Martha Washington did We trust those household arts will Rover die out in our Mountain homes Wo are grateful for tho religious spirit that prevails We cannot have- sa many religious services as some people do but our regions contains manx ministers of the Gospelmen who love rod and who lovo their neighbors and who preach tho great truths of the Gospel with earnestness and power It is a tore thing to find an infidel or a scoffer llnengeAlmostcan claim descent from worthy ancestors We have not kept up our family records as they should have been kept but it is easy tor almost any family to trace back to a grunt grandfather who was a soldier in Washingtons army And we have still among us thousands of veterans cf tho Civil War This is a most hon orablo record and promises much for the future Our children with the blood of the Grand Army and the Revolutionary veterans In their veins may be expected to advance in indus prosperIty These thoughts should encourage us In our great battle for batter roods and better schools and all the pros perity that will grow out of these We give our renders herewith a group of Union veterans which was taken in Uerea a few years ago It represents Captain John Wilson with a number of his companions and the 1 famous flag which the men of theIEighth Kentucky Infantry carried t I the top of Lookout Mountain Chief Contents of This Number oRIdeaI From the Wile World In Our Own Country- Commenwenith of Kentucky VJAnColored Teaohora Stntv AMottatfeiI- 1AGE TWO Ioem A Secre- tSerialThe Ornfler1AQE TlinBH Ileren nud Vicinity Take Nolle Latest Market Report IAOK rotlltParliamentary Law a Cure for Wemaaa Ilad Temper Secret of Success In Flnywrltlng OperaUntloween PAtlK FrillFaraD atlll nol Improvement The Sunday School Lesson- PAOE SIX The Home Uneful Knowledge for Ule housewife 1 StudentA Journal Eighth Kentucky ItUtory 1MGK SKTKX QulllSeparatePAGB KIQUT cipoadenceTheWhat Typhoid 1atlenti Should Eat Farms for Fiftyaero farms in Mississippii goodlandtoimprovemontsinterest Supplies for first year to experienced farmers wlio can offer good references For particulars l CoNntchez 1 I U I t + y A SECRET I love you I love you mr darling All day vo been telling you BO I whttpeVtd It flrC In the nvsrnlnr When Yb woKe but you did not know I called very loud at the noonUme When the aun was high In the sky I love you I love you my darling Hut you did not know It wax L AgaIn when the fair day was fading t sang through the dark loud and clear I love you I love my darling Dut you ware too busy to hear And now Inthe rnldnjcht and alienee The word form tbemeolvea Into prayer I love you I love you my darling You are sleeping the words die In air I love you I tore you my darling Ive told you ao all through the day But If you were where you could hear me Not a single love word could lAY Minnie Mcaorvo Soule In Boston Budget THE GRAFTERS 8rFRANCIS LYNDE j lOopTrtatt MM trTIM Bob anu t oat CHAPTER XXV CojrriNUBD A ring of town Idlers was beginning to form about them An automobile was still enough of a rarity In the min ing camp to draw a crowd Busted inquired one of the on lookersOrmsby nodded and asked If there were a machinist In the camp Yep said the spokesman up at the Blue Jay mine Somebody GO after him suggest ed Ormsby flipping a coin and a boy started on a run The waiting was a little awkward The ringing Idlers were goodnatured but curious Ormsby stood by and answered questions multiform diverting curoslty from the lady to tho ma chine Presently the spokesman said Is this hero the steambuggy that helped a crowd of you fellers get awaj from Jud flyers and his posse one day a spell back No said Ormsby Then he remem bered the evening of small surprised the racing tallyho with the Inn autocar to help What was the trouble that day he asked putting In a question on his sideA Iittlerriction up at the Twin Sisters was afurss an a gun went off nccldintally on purpose klllln Jim Harklns was tho reply The machinist was come from the Blue Jay and Ormsby helped Elinor out of her seat while the repairs were making The town office of the Blue Jay was Just ucross the street and he took her there and begged houseroom and a chair for her making an excuse that he must go and see to the brake mendingBut outside he promptly stultified himself letting the repairs take care of themselves while ho went In search of one Jud Byers The deputy sheriff was not hard to find Normally end In private life he was tho weigher for the Blue Jay and Ormsby was directed to the scAle shanty which served as the weighers office cqndWilvesire of question and answer and for the greater part the sheriffs affirma tives were heartily eager Yes certainly If the thing could be brought to pass he Bycrs would surely do his part All he asked san hour or two in which to prepare You shall have all the time there Is was the reply Have you a Western Union wire beret No nothing but the railroad of ficeThat wont do theyd stop the message How about the Inn BrcMcland has a Western Union all right wire your noUco there and Ill fix to have It phoned over I dont believe It can be worked though added the deputy doubt fullyWe cant tell till we try said Ormsby and ho hurried back to his car to egg on the machinist with golden promises contingent upon basteMiss Brcntwood found her compan ion singularly silent on the fivemile race to Breezeland but tho lightning speed at which ho drove tho car put conversation out of the question At the hotel ho saw her Into tho lift with decent deliberation but the moment she was off his hands he fairly ran to the telegraphers alcove In the main hall Havo you a Western Union wire to the capital direct he InquiredIThe youngman said he bad It has no connection with the TransWestern railroad None whatever officestI Onnsbr dashed or a to Kent giving three or four addresses at which he might be found Send that and haver them try the Union station train platform first Dont let them spare expense at the other end and If you can bring proof of delivery to room 261 within half an hour It means a months pay to you Individually Can you do lit But the operator was already claIm- Ing the wire writingfdetbdeth t dcth as rapidly as his fingers could shake off the dote anddashat CHAPTER XXVL BT ORDER OF THE COURT Between tho hours of 830 and 10 Po m tho Union passenger station at tho capital presents a movlpg and spirited spectacle Within the hour and a half four through and three local trains are due to leave and the space within the iron grille that fences oft the track platforms from the public part ot tho station is filled with hurrying throngs of traintakers It was the evening of the last day In the month tho day when the Fed erative Council of Railway Workers had sent its ultimatum to Receiver Guilford Tho reduction In wages was to go Into erect at midnight If by midnight the order had not been ro scinded and tho way opened for a Joint conference touching the removal of certain officials a general strike and tieup would be ordered Trains In transit carrying passengers of United States mall would be run to their respective destinations trains carrying perishable freight would be run to division stations wh these exceptions all labor would ceaso promptly on tho stroke of 12 Such was the text of the ultimatum a certified copy of which Engineer Scott had delivered In person Into the hands of the receiver at noon It was now 845 pm The eastbound night express was ready for the run to A T junction the fast mall one hour and 35 minutes late from the cast was backing In on track nine to take on the city mall On track eight pulled down no that the smoke from the engine should not foul the air of the trainshed the receivers private car with the 1010 for motive power and Red Callahan In the cab had been waiting since seven oclock for the order to run special to Gas ton And as yet the headquarters of fice bad made no sign sent no word of reply to the strike notice Griggs was on for the night run eastward with the express and Dutch TIscher had found himself JIT GOD READ THAT IT WAS GUP CIIANCE AND WE HAVE LOST IT slated to take the fast mall west The change of engines on the mall had been effected at the shops and when Tischcr backed his train In on track nine his berth was beside the 1018 Callahan swung down from his cab and climbed quickly to that of the mall engine Annythlng new at the shops Dutchy he Inquired- I was not sometinga guhearlng neln You was dot Arkoos nowsbapcr dls evening sehen He says nodlngs too alretty about dot strike Dlvll a word Ye might think Scottyd handed the major a bit av blank paper fr all the notice hes tak lag More thin that hes lavln town wid me to pull him The Naught sevens to run special to Gaston bad cess toyut Veil cand hcllup Id said the phlegmatic Bavarian I hat the mall and egspress got and I go mit dem trough to PIghorn You hat der brl vate car got and you go rait dem trough to Gaston Den ve quits alnd IU- Callahan nodded and dropped to the platform But before he could mount to tho footboard of the 1010 MTosh collared him Patsy I have your orders at last Your passengers will be down In a few minutes and you are to pull out ahead of the express Is It to Gaston Im goln MIsther MTosht The fireman was standing by with the oil can and torch ready to Calla hans hand and the trainmaster drew the engineer aside Shovel neednt hear he said In ex planation And then Are you will ing to stand with us Patsy Youve had time enough to think It over Callahan stood with his arms folded and his cap drawn down over his eyes Tie not fr meselt Im thlnkln MIsther MTosh as ye well know D t- Im a widdy man an theres the bit colleen In the convlnt Sholl be well cared for whatever happens to you was the quick reply Thin Im yer man said Callahan and when tho trainmaster was gone he ordered Shovel to oil around while he did two or threo things which to an initiated onlooker might have seemed fairly Inexplicable First he discon nected tho airhose between the car and the engine tying the ends up with a stout cord so that the connection would not seem to be broken Next he crawled under the Naughtseven and deliberately bled the airtank set ting the cock open a mere halra breadth so that It would leak slowly but surely until the pressure was en thinly cone Then he got a hammer and sledge out of the engine toolbox and after hcoklnc up the safetychain couplings between the private car and the 1010 I he crippled the points of the hooks with the hammer so that they could not be disengaged without the use of foroa and the proper tools There ye are yo ould dlvlla band wagon he said apostrophizing the private car when his work was done Yell rldo this night where Patsy Cal lahan dhrlves an be dommed to ye Meanwhile the trainmaster had reached the Iron grille at the other end of the long track platform At a small wicket used by tho station em ployes and trainmen Kent was waiting for him Is It all right MTosh Will he do IU he asked anxiously Yes Patsys game for It I know he would be Hed put his neck In a rope to splto the major But Its a crazy thing Mr Kent I know it but It It will give ma 24 hours It wont They cant get home on our line because well be tied up But they can get the Naughtseven put on the Overlands Limited at A A T junction and that will put them back hero before youve had tlmo to turn around twice Have they come down yet No said ICent and just then ho saw Loring coming in from the street entrance and went to meet him I have tho final word from Boston said the exmanager when ho had walked Kent out of earshot of the traintakers Your terms are accept edwith all sorts of safeguards thrown about the no cure no pay proviso also with a distinct repudiation of you and your scheme if there Is anything unlawful afoot Do you still think It best to keep me In the dark as to what you are doing Yes there are enough of us In volved as It stands You couldnt help and you might hinder Besides If the mine should happen to explode In our direction Itll be a comfort to have a footloose friend or two on the outside to pick up the pieces of us Loring was polishing his eyeglasses with uncommon vigor- I wish youd drop It David If It Isnt too late I cant help feeling as If I had prodded you Into It whatever It IsKent linked arms with him and led him back to the street entrance Go away Grantham and dont come bark again he commanded Then you can swear truthfully that you didnt know anything about It It Is too late to Interfere and you arc not responsible for me Go up to see Portia shell keep you Interested while you wait When Loring was gone Kent went back to the wicket in the grille but MTosh who was always a busy man at traintime had disappeared again It was a standing mystery to the trainmaster and to tho rank and file why Receiver Guilford had elected to ignore tho fact that ho was within three hours of a strike which promised to Include at least fourQfths of his operatives had taken no steps for defense and had not confided as It appeared In the members of his own official staff But Kent was at no loss to account for the official silence If the secret could be kept for a few hours longer the junto would unload the Trans Western strike tieup and general demoralization upon an unsuspecting Overland management None the less there were other things unexplainable oven to Kent for one this night flitting to Gaston to put the finishing touch on an edifice of fraud which had been hulldod shamelessly In tho light of day Kent had not the key to unlock this door of mystery but here the matter spirit of the junto was doing not what he would but what he could The no gotiations for the lease had consumed much time at a crisis when tlmo was precious Judge MacFarlane had to be recalled and once more bullied Into subjection and Falkland acting for tho Plantagould Interest had Insisted upon some formal compliance with the letter of the law Bucks had striven masterfully to drive and not be driven but the de lays were inexorable and the Impend ing strike threatened to turn the or derly charge into a rout The gov ernor had postponed the coup from day to day waiting upon the leisurely movements of Falkland and at the end of the ends there remained but three hours of the final day of grace when the telegram came from Falkland with tho welcome news that the Over land officials were on their way from Midland City to keep the appointment In Gaston Of all this Kent knew nothing and was anxious In just proportion as the minutes elapsed and tho time for tho departure of the eastbound express drew near For tho success of the des perate venture turned upon this that the receivers special must leave ahead of the passenger train With the ex press blocking the way the difficulties became insurmountable Kent was still standing at the train mens wicket whim Callahan sent the private car gently up to the trackhcad of track eight MTosh had been tele phoning again and tho receiver and his party were on tho way to tho sta tionI was afraid youd havo to let the express go first said Keit when the trainmaster came his way again How much tlmo have we Five minutes more and they are on the way downthere they come Kent looked and saw a group of six men making for the nearest exit In the grille Then he smote his fist Into his palmDamn he muttered theyve got the vice president of the Overland with thoml Thatll bad Its bad for Mr Callafleld growled MTosh Were In too deep now to back Own on his account Kent moved nearer and stood In the shadow of the gate keepers box leav inc JiTosh who was oa the truck l platform ftto to show himself Proa his new point of espial Kent checked oft the members of the party Whet Maj Guilford left It to como back for a word with MTosh there wore five others the governor his private see rttary Hawk Halkctt tho general superintendent and the Ovcrlands vice presidentAll MTosh said tho receiver Ready and waiting Major was tho bland reply Who la our engineer Patrick Callahan That wild Irishman The governor says hed as soon ride behind the devilCallahan will get you there said the trainmaster with deliberate em phasis Then ho asked a question of his own Is Mr Callafleld going with youNo He came down to see us off How is the fast mall tonight Shes just Inun hour and thirty five minutes late The major sworn pathetically Ha was of the generation at railway offi cials haprlly fast passing which cursed and swore Itself Into authority Thats another 300 forfeit to the post office department Whos taking It west Ttschcr Give him orders to cut out all the stops If ho Is more than 65 minute late at Bighorn ho can come In and get his time- Tischer had just got the word to go and was pulling out on the yard main lineIll catch him with the wire at yarl limits said MToeh Then Would you mind hurrying your people a lit tle major Tho express Is due to leave Guilford was a heavy man for his weight and be waddled back to the others waving his arms as a signal fet them to board the car Kent saw the vice president of the Overland Short Line shake hands with Bucks and take his leave and was to Intent upon watching the tableau ddeparture that he failed to notice the small boy In Western Union blue who was trying to thrust a telcjiTim damp from the copying rolls InUi his band- Its a rush sir said the boy panting from his quick dash across the track platforms It was Ormsbys mango frost Brceceland and while Kent was try ing to grasp the tremendous Import ct- It MTosh was giving Callahan the signal to go Kent sprang put the gatekeeper and gave the square of damp paper to the trainmaster My God read that he gaspefe with a dry sob of excitement It was our chanee one chance In a million and weve lost 111 To lio Continued SERMON TAUGHT A LESSON Hut the Mlnlitrr Was Somniba Shocked TtVhpn lie llenrd of It A clergyman gives some pertlnen Instances of the unexpected U be mt l with In preaching says the Londo Interior At my time of llfo I ought not to be stunned by anything but one day after service a good woman of my flock dill manage to take my breath away- I was preaching about Gods was dam In caring for us all and I said that the father knows best which of us grows better in the sunlight and which must have the shade You know you plant roses In the sun and hello tropes and geraniums too but If yo4 put fuchsias to grow you must put them In a shady nook- I hoped the sermon would bo a com fortlng one and after it was over I woman came to me her face glowing with pleasure which was evidently deep and true O doctor I was so glad of that sermon said she clasping my hand and shaking it warmly My heart warmed as I wondered what tender place I had touched In her soul but my joy lasted for a moment only Yes sho went on fervently I never knew before what was the mat ter with my fuchsias It Wnint IHIT Senator Blackburn relates a story ot a lawyer In Kentucky who was gener ally very fortunate In winning his suits in the lower courts of that stati and equally unfortunate in losing them by reason of reversals by thr supreme court of tho commonwealth One day the senator chanced to find the lawyer In a train pulling out at Louisville and on the attorneys knee was spread a huge law volume whlck he appeared to be devouring with much Interest Well my friend said Mr Blackburn dont you get time enough in your office to read law with out fetching law books on a jouraay1 Tho lawyer sniffed contemptuously This Isnt law that Im reading said he iia a volume lab relating to the decisions of the supremo court of the state of Kentucky Made Car n Law Court A short time ngo when a train OB the Russian railway from Tashkent stopped at Tchernalevo a welldressed man got Into a carriage marked na smoking allowed and taking out br case began to smoke a cigarette mother passengers politely railed his at tentlon to the fact that be was not In a smoking carriage but he paid no heed to them and went on smoking It so happened that one of the travel era was a justlco of the peace who thereupon got up took his chain ol office out ot his bag and declared the carriage a court of law The smokes was found guilty and tined 50 rubles and as he would not give his name and declared that he had no monuy he wu Iroprlsoncl In tho guards van until he paid tho fine Chicago Dally Neva t 1Crocus 188 KY Cut Flower Designs PII II RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone RICHMOND and It +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o fTHE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Ila here and every housewife wants one or mote it4 l It will surprise you how well and how reasonably wo o supply your wants canI+ IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Dull Bearing Sowing Machines + Sis WO and 135 worth SSO 160 and 5Qo + t GRTJTOHER EVANS o Jopllai Old Hum Richmond dyegar Phone Tl Klght Tbons 475- 4u 0 I +o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o+ +o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ t Carriage Satisfaction Here I GracefulUseful bodyflshearrings 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oonnectlon with the toM scraper a ditch cloanor Is used to pass the inrlh from tho side dltclioa up the Krado tar enougli for tho road scraper to reach It The ditch cleaner la I made something aCtor the fashion of a snow plough but the lofHiartd aides mode shorter and tho side Is made u vortical so that In practice this pop u Diagram of the Ditch Cleaner ipc1ldlouklr aide noli IIkO a landslide o aide U bovolod Bumothlng like a ploughshare and li faced wIth aunt Tfata shin says tho Montreal humid U nude longer than tho other and It li this aide that shoves the earth out of the ditch The hlteli Is not at the point like a snow plough but about ton Incites to the right of tho jwlnt as shown In the illustration which la adaatabM- CISTERN FOR DRINKING WATER Arrangement by Which Filtered Water Can De Obtained Indrt tho arch to receive a twofoot tllo to form the nock which can ready bo dOlled tight against toads and insects Uy the side of the UK cistern dig a v little flltorlng cistirn as shown in cut that will hold from tun tto 1C bar reps Wall arch and cemont tho same as large cistern except that In tho venter of tho bottom which should be allghtljr basin shape dig and cement A hole largo enough and deep enough to receive a bucket that will bold five gallonsl of buckot perforated with small bolos and fasten a strong bale to bucket by which to lift It out have a strong flange turned close to tho top of the bucket to rust tight on the bottom of flltorlnc cistern round top of hole Yon can make It water tight by resting flange on packing If 4 bucket is not good and strong place a rest ndcr the bottom as there will be a heavy proiouro when filtering cistern Is furl From the bottom of the hole under buckot connect filter with cistern with n threeInch tower the thorpughlY cemented la- N The advantages In this method aro boIImlt the water to niter through very slowly The filtering cistern being but onethird the depth of tho cistern proper any time tbo water Is below tho tube connecting filter with cistern the bucket of filtering material can be lifted out and material removed Oy closing the tllo leading to cistern no that water will not run through ono can go Into the filtering cistern and wash it thoroughly without die Curbing the water in cistern Dy fill i lag tho bucket with pounded brick charcoal and slate pocked In clean washed sand the water will filter through very slovMy After packing the bucket and before setting It in thp hate run water through to wash all sediment out- HANDLING THE ICE CROP Keep tho points sharp on the ice toots An old crosscut saw makes a good Ice saw Spread a good layer of sawdust over the bottonrof tho Ice house Felt boots with good rubber arctics Are the boat footwear to uso on the iceWear an apron male of a grain sack and put on a dry one as often as It gets wet- Let tho block of lei freeze solid while It is being put Into the house If possibleIts fun to handle heavy leo therefore plan to gather it before it gets too thick J Two strong men with short handled tongs will load Ice quicker and hotter than any derrick dovrco loC keeps best when tho bloke are 14 to 1C Inches tblck but blocks six to eight Inches thick will do If well peeked OUR COMMON ROADS They Should Not Be Neglected Willis Waiting for Hard Roads In tho excitement of tho good road commotions theca Is danger that farm era will lot our common roads go without much work being done on them and watt for the public Improvement Farmers now by neglect of the roads nnd the principles of ele menlary road making are paying an enormous tax tho very great cost of drawing loads over poor roads Tho first principle of good road making Is keep the water ort from tw road and the second IB got the water off from tho road Go over tho road as soon as the snow IB off and tvs bow often these rules are violated Often flue water runs from the ditch Into tho road and then runs for rods washing tho ma tonal out ruining all that was dune tho previous year and making tho road nearly Impassable Yet says too Farm and Home by only a few minutes work tho road might bo saved and tho water turned out Every supervisor or roadmaster ought to go over the road late In tho fall and turn tho wator off On the hills and at foot of hills and elsewhere when necessary add open ditches At tho Olds ate farmers Institute D W King of Indiana gar a tpotliod Of making and Improving roads Mr King lives In northern Indiana In the Oumbo region where tho earth Is black and very sticky Tho result isI a very good road at small cost lie chainIUu umlly use tho flat side forward but when smoothing or packing tho dirt use rounding side forward Go over tho road as soon as It thaws and smooth down all dirt carried to tho center Kopeat tho dragging after each rain as soon as tho surface is dry enough lo work It Is not necessary to wait HH the ground Is all thawed out HeKln as soon as there is an Inch thawed This will give tho water a chanco to run off wator running In the rued Is ono of the worst things for the road Following It up after each rain will turn the water distrib uto thy travel over the road avoid and pnlvtmt ruts and keep tho road good To make tho plan most available each farmer should have such a drag and oach one drag from hula house to the next house thus each doing the work at a very small cost A road worked In this way will keep good nil summer and fall Loss than a weeks rain will hardly affect It la spring tho road is In good condition much sooner than other roads not treated OIL UPON DUSTY ROADWAYS Way of Treating Roads In Liverpool Proves Satisfactory The English cast oil on tho troubled roads Dust raising Is a nulsanco of Nick magnitude that various civic and official anll dust cxpomonta have been made Quite satisfactory results have been secured In Liverpool through tho use of oil sprinkled upon macadam roadways Tho surface hav ing tho cleanest and whitest appear ance was that coated with creosote oil mixed with resin while that cov ered with creosote mixed with tallow had the least odor The Texas crude petroleum gave the moat lasting re suits Aftor oiling tho wear and tear of tho road appears to bo less says tho Chicago Tribune Tho surface of tbo road dries more quickly after rains and the number of loose stones picked up has boon reduced The first sprinkling kept the surface in good order for three weeks at tho end of which tlmo It was thought advise able to recover the area Tbo effects of tho ojl on the surface after a second coating had been applied had not en tirely disappeared after tho lapse of five weeks Oiling wood pavements In Liverpool was done In the same manner and tho dust satisfactorily kept kept down a result not previous ly obtained even by watering four times a day- STILE OVER WIRE FENCE Saves Clothing and Trouble in Cross ing Fields A correspondent of Prairie Farmer sends a sketch of a Rtllo that ho uses over a wire fence which he has to cross occasionally but does not wish Stile for the Wire Fence to cut for a gate Tho Tonco Is four and a halt feet high The side pieces to tho stairs aro seven feet long slightly imbedded In the ground The steps are put in and a hand support built up ono side Mittens made from a pair of old woolen trousers beat leather gloves or mittens for handling ice They dry soft and without shrinking when wet Farm and Home- Ventilation andNdratnace are Very necessary to a goodies house JESUS ASCENDS INTO HEAVEN SuadaySchoolLessoalorDec131906 ISpecially prepared for Thlt Piper I LESSON TGXTLuke ttXU Meta ory Yemen 4648 OOIUBN TEXTWhle ho blessed them he was parted from them and WRR received up Into heaven Luko WIIT1otGne osrenilon wm on Thurs D 3- eZLACaFrom the Mount ot Olives near Itethany lAnALIJ ACCOtlNTBMntt 81620 Mark 161420 Rood aUo nets 1112 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 36 They decline and his friend who had seen Jesus at Emmaus Thus shako As they told how he hnd walked and talked with them had explained tho Scripture prophecies of Ills sufferings aud death and finally how He was known of thorn In break Ing of bread Jesus Himself stood In the midst Jesus was no longer under the limitations which hampered His body before death Peace bo unto you This common Hebrew sal utatlon carried new forco as It fell from tho lips of the risen Saviour Jesus lead been born tho Prince of Peace V 37 Terrified and affrighted Frightened as mortals generally have been by tho supernatural A spirit We would say a ghost a being lack Ing material substance V 38 Why are yo troubled t If you aro sad because you thought mo forever gone why are you not glad at my return Why do thoughts arise Why do you seek to reason away what simple faith should ac cept with great Joytho fact that I still live V 39 Behold My hands nod My feet These bore still tho nail prints and proved Ills Identity Handle Me Divine lore and patience wore willing to do anything to satisfy nnd convince these doubting ones V 41 Uelloved not for Joy First astonishment then fear and now joy hindered tho action of their faith V 43 Did eat Tho apoetles re ferred to this as a convincing proof of their Lords resurrection Acts 1041 V 44 Theso versos give a condens ed summary of tho teaching Jesus gave tho disciples during the 40 days following his resurrection These aro the words which I spako In the light of those events you understand tho words I spoko to you long ago such as Luke 183184 Whllo I was yot with you While I visibly dwelt on earth as a man Must boo fulfilled JOBUS life death and resurrection wero necessary to mans salvation and as such had been minutely forO told In Scripture Tho Inw prophets psalms Tho accepted Jowlsh divisions of tho Old Testament Mash division of the Old Testament teaches of Joeus V 4G Opened their understanding Jesus had gained now power through his death and resurrection- V 4C Thus It Is written In many prophetic words such as Gon 315 Ex 12 Isa 53 etc To suffer and to rise Those are tho two essential features of tho Gospel V 47 Repentance Sorrow for sin and turning from It Hernia slons Forgiveness of sin and escape from it In Ills name On Jesus authority and because through Him mon are enabled to escape from sin Among nil nations This commission Is more explicitly given by another evangelist Beginning at Jerusalem It was most Important that In tho very city whero tho great events connected with Jesus took place their full Im port should be fearlessly and triumphantly proclaimed V 48 Yo aro witnesses The apos tieR had been with Jesus several years witnessing Ills miracles and listening to Ills teachings they witnessed Ills crucifixion Ills resurrection and were soon to witness His ascension- V 49 The promise of My Father The promise of another comforter the Holy Spirit John 1410 26 Tarry until yo bo endued with power It would be vain for thorn to go forth with only their own wisdom and strength- V 50 What Is recorded in these verses occurred 40 days after Jesus resurrection As far as Bethany Some place on tho Mount of Olives near Bethany flossed them All the years of His earthly life Jesus blessed men mado them happier and better and Ills parting act was that of blessing He still lives and still blessesV Was parted from them By a slow continuous motion Ho arose above them until ho disappeared In a cloud see Acts 1 V 52 Worshiped Him They now gave Him that deep adoring love which Is due toGod alontv iJleJurned with great Joy Their Joy Is a most remarkable evidence of their faith templeFor regularinhours of worship Jesus whom they worshiped was tho same God to whom this temple had been dedicated Practical Points V 30 Only as wo abide In Christ can we know peace with God peace with men and peace of conscletceEph 214 V 39 Even to this day Jesus Is the same as when He walked in Galilee Heb 138 V 41 Human language cannot tell livingChrist1V 47 Not mero escape from punishment but release from sin Is what wo neednandtwbatJwiWAglves IJohn 17 UNABLU TO SEE OUrtSCLVES I No Mar Thoroughly FamUar with Ha Own Lineaments now curious It Is said tho philos other that tho potion for whom you care mont on earth the ono you see oflenost and who receives your most constant attention is tho ono whoso youWho ItIscated and could meet themselves in recornlzothemselv08 many times during tho 365 days of the blueorbrownmay boour hair black our chin peaked our forehead high Wo know every lineament of our face from con stant study and attention yet when wo turn away from the mirror we cannot ourselvesWo and oven acquaintances look In fancy we can see them sitting so or standing so and their varying expressions under different circumstances Is clear to us even though we may not have seen them for years but when it cornea to ojrsolven we cannot fill In even the outlines of tho picture Wo may laugh xro may cry we may frown but wo do not know how wo look while we are doing it Photographs do not help us Wo have never seen ourselves In the flesh Mirrors and pictures are poor aids when we sit down and try to see ourselves with the minds eye deeplyinterestedresemble them Jijt say to a man I know somebody who Is the dead imago of you and ho will never rest tholikenconcopUon wanlyI like thatshe said It makes me feel positively uncanny Acted the Part Young Stearns bolng in Boston looked up Drown his old roommate at Princeton Ho found him and aftor ah Impromptu reunion the latter bore havingfirstwould do so Stearns after his arri val at tho Drown home sad having been Introduced to his hostess and tho two Brown youngsters aged five and four respectively bogged that the children bo allowed to have dinner with tho family Mrs Brown con sented but took occasion to whisper some words of warning and counsel to her offspring reardlng their con duct at table Now children she said we are going to have Ice cream for dessert and you must not notice It or say anything when it Is served Act Just ns if you had It every day Tho young Browns seemed to grasp tho Idea and the dinner progressed beautifully until the Ice cream was brought on the table when with an accompanying rataplan of fork and spoon tho two burst Into a concerted staccato chant Oh wo have It ovry dayt Wo have it evry day Wo have it evry day Kings Edict Quickly Obeyed In all the German papers of August 1838 appeared an ordinance signed by the king of Bavaria forbidding civilians on any pretext whatever to wear moustaches and commanding tho police authorities to arrest the offenders and shave them by force Apparently this was not necessary for according to a French account of the time moustaches disappeared immediately like leaves from tho trees In autumn everybody made haste to obey tho royal order and not ono person was arrested The ancient AngloSaxon was not so obedient ho wore long hair and a moustache though no beard and when ho was conquered by the cleanshaven Norman ho wore his hair longer than over to exaggerate the difference between tho two races Shows Evolutionary Process Most curious of all living birds In their way are the hoatzlns of South America which as nestlings aro more like quadrupeds than tenth ered creatures In their mode of get ting about They have handlike claws on their wings and climb about In tho trees by the aid of these appendages and their strong little beaksLater in life tho claws remarkably enough disappear and the hoatzlns become much like ordinary birds But their development to the eye of the naturalist tells a most interesting story showing as it does how the mod ern bird has been evolved In tha space of a few brief weeks it repre cents the passage of millions of years for the adult hoatcln Is in nil respects on uptodate fowl whereas the nestling bears a close resemblance to the long extinct archaeoptoryx the most primitive and reptilian of known birds Mere Sympathy Augustus tatter the ordealNowt- hat we are engaged I want to ask you a question Why did you rush jut of the room when I began to pro poseElviraItIt made me feel sorry or the two girls down In the kitchen vbose lovers are too bashful and too iwkward to propose so I hurried down tad Invited the two couples up into he back parlor whero the men could lear how the thing Is dono Eb1 Then they must have heard very word 7 That doesnt matter dear There a no danger of any breach of pjomiiae- suit between us yoiilkn6r N Y Weekly w 1855 Berea College 19063 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO= PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUOATION in reach of alL Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject St many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter l THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Sane lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced ancients Arith DrnwiurSingingment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fran tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for thosa who haw largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady it Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit fo business Even I part of this course as fall and winter terms ia very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin Herman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern COUrtrods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of I teaching First year parallel to 8tb grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following ears winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Bandmay be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts ol Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulnessIOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with protect the character and reputation of the young come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse extra charge All except those with parents in Borca live in Collage buildings anti assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn oa much as 35 centISIn week Some who need to corn more may by writing to the Secretary before coining secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books eta vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost I Living Expenses ore really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week infwthe fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a 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 ia paid but once and is returnedwhen the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help oil expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersallour instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 1i00 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses Payment must be ia advance incidental tee nnd room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as follows For Winter Terra 12 YceksFirst day 1700 besides 1 deposit 28th day 600 56th day 600 total 29 If paid all a advance 28 For Spring Term 10 weeksFirst day 1440 j 28th day 540 Cflth day 270 j total 2250 If paidalLin advance 2200 The two terms together paid for in advance at a reduction oC 250 making only 4UOO Loafer Winter Terra 1C weeksFirst day 2060 28th day 600 Seth day 600 84th day 540 j total 3800 If paid all ia advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave scfore end of term receive back all they have advanced on board and room exceptthn no allow ance is made for any fraction of a week and a of cents Is charged for leaving the boarding hall and fifty cents for leaving a room 4 in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays to Stay When you have made your journey and are well started in school it pays to stay as long as ossible The First Day of winter terra is January 2 1907 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE J 4 BEREA KENTUCKY IMI Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENTrt Hot the Ailment V FOR RI HORSES COWS CALVES MULES SfEEP n FOJtI Mexican MVT4tNGLINZMENTIIMrj jlllllfliMjIIIIjIIMM I if C c 1 e I F i I r tTHE HOME Useful Knowledge for the Housewife Hemstitching by Machine Prepare the linen by measuring for the hum and drawing the threads at tho top as for the regular hemstitching Turn over the raw edge and baste and fold down hem basting so that the turned edge comes directly in the middle of the drawn Loosen the tension of the machine put the work under the prcsserfoot hem side upand stitch close to the turned edge Now hold tho work firmly with the left hand and with the right draw the how down until the stitches are drawn to the bottom of the drawn threads If the stitch was right this will part the threads into clusters at one side while at tho other they remain straight giving a very good simulation of hemstitching This method of hemstitching is very much used as a finish for pillow slips childrens white dresses and other articles with long spaces to be hemmed Childrens HairIt is a disagreeable subject even to think of still every mother has to face the chance especially if her child goes to tho public schools that of finding vermin in its head They need not come to living things if watchfulness is maintained for tho first appearance will be tiny eggs clustered on the hair close to the neck Sponge tho hair wherever it is affected with two tablespoousful of kerosene to which have been added ten drops of carbolio acid Put it on at night thou in the morning shampoo the childs head with a good lather of tar soap Ono application of this is deadly to the eggs or the living vermin Also impress strongly on the child that she shall never even in play exchange hats with her schoolmates They may be ns clean as her own and they may not If they are not it is about as sure a method of contagion as can bo found To Remove Oil From CarpetTo remove oil from a carpet saturate the soiled parts with turpentine and rub hard This will probably have to be repeated several times before the spots are all taken out If this does them it is that they will wear away in time of thom beenselvesknown to wear away in time of themselves when nothing theni Blood Stains These are easily removed if fresh by soaking the article in strong salt and water or by wetting the spot with kerosene which evaporates aCtor a time If of longstanding soak tho spots ropootedlf- wltb chloroform or peroxide of hydrogen working in tho open or an open window t 1 GrassStainsSaturate the spot with koroseno then launder tho article as usual Or bettor still soak in strong cream of tartar wator or cover thespot with cream of tartar then dip in cold water and rub more dry cream of tartar then wash as usual This will not injure tho most delicate wash goods Egg Stains When washing table linen or any cloth stainedwith egg avoid putting it in boiling water which will set the stain till it will bo almost impossible to remove it Soak tho cloth first in cold water and then the stain may be easily removed Tho same rulo applies to egg cups and any dishes stained with egg If they ore put with the other china into hot water the stain hardens aud requires considerable patience to remove but it comes off easily in cold water Studeilts1Jourilal I Containing Breeey Notes of Com ing Eoents and Put Trials and n Triumphs of BtrtA Students J 0t W 1 The account of tho events of Thonk slvlng Day was set up and ready for inwrtlon In list weeks Ctt izn but with much other matter It was crowded out quite contrary to the editors will and plans However if the student editors and other stu dents will do their pert and get copy in to the Citizen office by Monday morning at the latest the editor will see that the Student Journal is not again omitted As It may still be of Interest the report of Thanksgiving Day is published below We were duly thankful so far as outward manifestation was concerned First there was the service In the Chapel Dr Williams was tho guest of honor both as a pastor and lecturer of Jopg and successful experience and as the ropresentbtlvo of our friend Dr Pearsons After opening exercises which included the reading of the presidents Thanksgiving proclamation by Dr Cornelius President of the Town Board tho Harmonta Society sang tho beautiful anthem by Mozart Glorious Is Thy Name It was very well rendered Dr Wil liams sermon was a stirring and forc ible one from the text Neither Wero They Thankful The praise service following Dr WllUamsa sermon conducted by Pres- Ident Frost was a very helpful one a large number taking part The next event of special Interest to most of the students was the din ner at Ladles Hall which was enjoyed by a number of guests besides the usual crowd of students The regiment of turkeys were all In their places in line of battle awaiting their destruc tion when the bell rang and the con moolha under selves with beefsteak would be a bet tar preparation for the game than to eat afair share of fowl They did temptationot luuIlQStfor one more piece Mr Meese arose explainingthe ClaudeDeFood Having had only three help ploMrthoughtperhapssubject by a scientific discussion of it provotheR nourishment thinkingtlie MissIonaonthatBUbsci1pr r tlons for Womans Flrtsldo Compan ion will soon expire Prof Dinsmore hail btoa InlewI- ng tho Muse and the toftabnuUr called on him for the reenlt The In spiration she vouebMfal Is crystallized In the linn printed In this paper under the title A Bora Thanks givingTho program was eccluded by a funeral oration on the turkeys by Prop ItumoldThe football game WH the next traditional sign of tbukfulneM to be exhibited The makeup of the tame were all follows College Can ter Meese Itifttt Guards Gamble Left Guard L G Cook Right Tack le Hoffman Left Tackle Mach Right Bod Clark Left End Row Quarterback Welch who war captain Right Halfback Joe Bender Left Halfback Powers Fullback Roy Haajmnn AH other departments team Cen ter Gilbert Combs Right Guard Par sons LIft Guard Keffer Right Tack le J Lunsford Lett Tackle J Boa arth Right Bad L Newman Left End A Flanery Quarterback Miller Right Halfback M Huff Left Half back Chas Fk nry Fullback W 1 Reece who was captain The game was full of iaUreat and excitement Hoffman bad his shoul der badly bruised at the beginning of tho game but stayed thru almost to the end No one elm was hurt to amount to anything Tho Academy line was muoh heavier tItan tho Col lege and in the straight bucking the academy won almost all the time but the College boys understood the game a good deal better and by kicking and running and general skill won tIle game The score was 17 to 6 Joe Bender madb one of the College Touchdowns and Powers two Welch kicked two goals after the touchdowns Newman made the Academy touch down We era sorry that space forbids a more extended account of the game A largo and enthusiastic crowd watched It The last proof of thankfulness was the social In the avonlng A soon or more of trails were pinned on to a longtifferlng donkey In all parts of his anatomy under the guidance of Miss Welch and Miss Hendricks in one of the recitation rooms near the Chapel while In the other potato rac es Terc In progress and In the raean uptheGilbert Combs recited Beishazzara Feast Lillian Tuthill Legend of Uegenz A F Hopson Origin of the Banjo and Erntst Welch Old Ace Music was given by Messrs Kirk and Powers and southern melodies Including Old Kentucky Home wero sung by all Thus was thank dayThe wak ed up and reports an interesting and helpful meeting last Friday night A debate on the qucston Resolved That United States Senators should be elected by popular vqle was one by the offlrnmtjye and an exciting mock trialfollowed i sooosooooooosoouoEighth o History 0 Thrilling Story ol tho 1nrt till liil p O hurt UrKlincnt took In tilt Civil Wnr ooeooeooSoSosooSOosoiCIIMTER Rebel Picket Yonons got plenty of coffee over thmr Eighth Picket You are mighty right we have It PUowl1 you swap for some Kentucky whiskey E P Pint for pint come over They met each other halt way without arms After eaph lied taken a drink and exchanged exhilarating sUm ulants the Eighth picket sold How many men had Bragg in the fight last w ekY R PSome sixty thousand How many was they of youonat B POh about thirty thousand R PSOO here Yank thats too thin youena wore morn weens Then each turned to tics post With tho kind readers permission we will look upon another scene In army life In strange obntmst to the bloody scenes we have just recorded Time the 28th of September Dirk new le spreading over the camp and surrounding country The numerous campfire of the enemy are twinkling for miles along the west side of Me sion Ridge and the bright full moon It looming up over the keel of the enemy The lest notes of the bind of the various headquarter are dying In echoes up the broad Tonnosaea Th rough and warworn veterans of the Eighth and Twentyfirst are collecting In a circular crowd Chaplalna Kindred and BnrkeU are Shunt to commence divine worship some of the men seated on the gee und some on crackrr boxes or other hastily Im provlMd tfratt In the mtunt rues an aged white haired nun open book In hand A lighted candle In A hot tle placed on a pile at ej eker boxes eompleto tile pulpit hlxeugrnrnte- None la camp asp yet Mteep but us usual quiet prevalla TIll Joker tube hushed all proOanttr c iae The aged man lines the hymns Ashamed of Jama The au Join In the song their clear Tick voles slag far out over tie placid river Then follows an able eahwat peti tion to the throne of God for fallen humanity ami oar salt risg country Then the refugee preacher holds Ida male auditors In rapt altatloa for more than an kour dwelling at some length on the wtekeditrtu of tie re bellies Aa the old man warmed up on this subject the peenllar curl of hU thin lips grows ahanw ha grey eyes kindle to fiery orbs Ala geedcu lattona grew more anlmaed 1rHl his ooumeoaace more furious With arm flung on high as If grasping after a thunderbolt to hurl at this leads of the rebellion he dgtw a picture of their crimes In appallag colors de scribing the dreadful horrors of this iweleaa dMtruetlon of young live At last the qpeaket doroemls from hit thunder tones and his voles walled out such imthetlc sorrow for our dead and suffering wOunded as to cute the unaooustomed tetra to guS1 ten on many bronzed cheeks winding up with a prayer to God If 1108 sible to forgive the very the rebellion and to enable our annyI to save the country and restore the Union Silence taps le sounding and the grand old song Praise God from whom all blessings flow Is sung with a new meaning to many Owing to the difficulty of wagon ing supplies over the mountains from Bridgeport Alabama the army only toojofways means supply the much needed grub toI Sergeant Hlronmus Company a brave and adventuous but quiet and cautious man while on picket had observed that the enemy dally1 drove a large herd of Texas cattle from tho corral to the river nor the pickets for the purpose of wearing them lie nice noticed that the careless coward ly herders frequently allowttd the hun gry kino to soatter along the river bunk browsing on tilt green cane Frank said nothing but on tilt morn Ing of the 7th he ordered out a for aging party composed of Sergeant III ronmus commanded by said sergeant clad In n rusty dilapidated suit of butternut Jeans Ho took his trusty old squirrel rifle which ha had found somewhere In Dixie and under cover of tho heavy fog crepe along the riv er bank protected from the vlow of the pickets by tho heavy growth of cane and woods and stcreted himself Inside the enemysllnet until thirteen head of cattle had passed below him He then managed to give his hat a wave on a stick poked out from his hiding place The frightened cattle did not stop until Inside our lines where they were soon converted Into beef for our brigule The next day the Confederacy lost several moro nice cattle branded C S After that their pickets were strengthen near the river and wo got no more Texas beef TO DE CONTJNCED TO CUHK A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE PROMO Onlnlne Tablet WOROvsdguatnreV v when they come near our line Woof ton took advantage of thorn by swapping cuua with our men and carrying a gun and no sword On one of these occasions the writer over hoard the following convonutlon between a rebel picket and one of the Eighth To bo continued A Sketch of Southern Life lly Mrs 1 11 KHlgway Tho darnoy has a way of wedging a largo number of extra holidays in to the year but the ono which holds for him tho qulutescvuco of enJoy muni Is Circus Day 48 soon tut the first glaring poster appears hobl gins to grin In anticipation und tau grin constantly increases In dimes lous until the ovutful day arrives und then It bursts out lUlU tho moat rol licking wholo huarttid laughter that over brightened this old world It fro quontly happens lie hasnt money to to buy a ticket to tho show but such a trifle doesnt dampen his spirita Ho Is a born philosopher and knows how to got around such difficulties In this ease be gets twice as much enjoyment out of tho parade laughs twice as heartily at the funny clown monkeys and boxrs and sues home happier than he who saw tho whole showMany of the oldtime customs prevail In the south and among theufl lii the custom of giving to tho colored peoplo at Christmas time Before the day arrives tho white folks are certain to receive many remind ers and suggestions from all tho col ored people who have any claim up on them Usually they send bags or baskets to the big lioness and the gen tlefolks never neglect the appeals of their simple hearted faithful black friends but send the baskets away laden with food with clothing or with some bright little trifle which will bring Christmas cheer to Un cabin homes Perhaps tho most delightful expori ease one oan have In the south Is that of entering Into theeootal life of the people There Is a natural refine ment gmee and beauty about south ern life that makes It truly charming The people reverence their post and rllua devotedly to many of the Ideas sad euauow of antebellum tluya And ere one mingles with the southern pw pIe he caR but feel that the lingering of these ideas and euetoma is a sur vival of the fittest For no where ease can ORe be shown such gracious bdeplMltty or meet people of more charming manners and attractive per aonaHtlaa Grntlntst Wndneas gen eroeHy are iraalUlw insets In the KMitttero people Along with their devotion to the oldtime cuatom they eberteh tie great Brinolplea of life sad conduct landed down thru the generations and whisk In all ages form the foundation of fine society However gay and brilliant southern society teas Appear on the surface there to a steady undercurrent of serious thought and of devotion to fine Ideate of life There Is a profound reverence for marriage for family I for home life for diameter and for religion And U Is devotion to thftte supreme tIling which hal brought tine south safely thru the beau ornclll years of Ua history and made It the great land it Is today CwrrlrMtiFH Yes he fell over a precipice and was seriously Injured Too bad commented Aunt Me III table People ought not to leave things like them layln around A atTAItANTKfD CUIIR FOIl rilVg Itching mind Birching Prolnitllnc Pil Drug guts are authorlird to refund money If PAZO 0INTM8NTalb to care hi 6to14daya soc I Zest for Christmas I K J If you havo never tried the nutritiousj whanZ x 5 time benefltted so much from Us- K use that your Xmas shopping 5 Its attendant worries its many e jf forms of fatigue will disappear iItv a pleasant duty and JC j you will gn thru It with a Sun Jim disposition Try ZEST ioy Wo have many other k of breakfast foods but superior kinds only rithe IM GREEN k MAIN BTItKKT 1hone KoOS- k Deliveries made to all parts of g the city i1 + tStk7e7l7ik51k711thhll1dt1t11Ir1fR CONTRADICTS STOKER Did Not Authorize Message to BeI Delivered to the Pope ROOSEVELTS SIDE OF CASE Certain Facts Said to Have Dean Mil stated or Suppressed In the Former Ambassadors Pamphlet Corre spondence Detween the President sad the Storers Made Public Washington Dec 10ln a long let ter to Secretory of State toot Ircsl dent Roosevelt given correspondence that passed between tho president and former Ambassador Bellamy Storer at Vienna and Mrs Storer Tho president says Storcra refusal to answer Ills letters and publication of various private letters Justified the ambassadors removal that Mr Stor ers publication of private correspond once was peculiar ungentlemanly and that ho the president lied stated with absolute clearness his position tho reason why It was out of the quos tion for him ns president to try to get any archbishop made cardinal though expressing his admiration for Arch bishop Ireland as well as leaders of other denominations Ho says ho thinks It well that tho members of the cabinet should know certain facts which ho Storer either suppresses or militates Ho says ho did not ru seat the action of tho Storers until It became evident they wero likely to damage American Interests The president says Mrs Storer urged him to give hot husband a cab- Inet placo and that oho stated Mr Choato at London and General Porter at Paris wero not proper persons to be ambassador suggesting her husband In that connection Tho presi dent incorporates a loiter from Postmaster General Conolyou contradict ing tho statement that President Mo Klnley had commissioned a gentleman to ask tho pope ns a personal favor to him and as an honor to the country to appoint Archbishop Ireland as cardinal Mr Cortelyou sys tho late president never mado any such request The president declares that Mr Btoror statement that ho author lied any such message to be delivered to Pope Pius Is untrue lie says that ho never received a letter from Am bassador Storer giving an account of his visit to tho vatloan and of tho message ho personally gave the pope on behalf of Mr Roosevelt The presidents action follow the publication of tho confidential pam phlot which Mr Storor last week sent to the president the cabinet and tho senate foreign relation oora mlttco Tho letters show tho familiar relations of tho president and I ralllar relations of the president aad the Btoror from tho time Hooiovolt was governor of Now York CHALLENGES STATEMENTS Bellamy Storor Issues a Reply to President Roosevelt Cincinnati Dec 11ln reply to tho letter of President Roosevelt Bellamy Btoror former ambassador at Vienna gave out a statement In which h- lar I his pamphlet to tho president and the cabinet was written for the deliberate judgment of men who hould bo Informed of tho truo facts in the conduct of tho administration Mr Btoror aye that In itself It Is an answer to many thing the president has seen flt to ay but as new matter has been put forward by Mr Roosevelt ho feels compelled to speak Mr Storer continues There wa no need of violent and Insulting adjectives to show that the president dislikes me and did not wish mo to remain In tho service or to re tire from ItIn any customary way While the past has shows that few men can differ from each other the wishes or the memory of Mr Hooio Tolt without at once becoming a cloundrel or a liar I must make some comments on what he has given out at the Whlto House That anything was ever written to the president by my wlfo to the effect that Mr Choate and General Porter were not proper persona to bo ambas sadors Is pews to both of us For both those distinguished men we have and havo had nothing but respect and good will personally and officially And tho only feeling possible is one of regret that both of them have been lost to tho public service since Mr Roosevelt was reelected As to Mr Root the press In 1901 was full of statements that ho might not be able to remain In tho cabinet on account of health and would bo Buncccded by General Porter which would leave Paris vacant Tho president says Tho assertion that I authorized him to rank such a statement as he says hewas author lied to mako to the pope le untruo I gavo him no such authorization Ho omit to note that he himself told Archbishop Ireland that he had done BO and the letter of the latter tor me which I had quoted I have ready to submit with other letters of what the president told Archbishop Ireland eel alive to his message through me t tho pope Storm In Northwest Ht Paul Limn Doc 7 Railroad traffic throughout Iowa tho Dakotas and southern Minnesota was consider ably demoralised on account of rain and snow Most of tho OhlcagoSt Paul linos wore badly handicapped on account of the telegraph wires down Tho Great Northerns coax service Is still In bad plight dwlrig to washouts Tho oriental limited came la II hours leta rMULE ESCAPES ynmlte Explosion Snuff Out tho Lives of Six Men Charlotte N 0 Dec 1OOne- white man five negroes and an Indian were blown to fragments by tho explosion nt dynamite In a tunnel on tho right of way of the now South lWestern railroad Thp whlto man had been ordered to open n box of dynamite for blasting purposes and started to comply Ono blow from a hammer tho contents and only a small fragment of tho whlto man who was blown through tho tun nol has been found Six others wero dlsmotnborod and seven wore serious ly Injured A mulo and car were blown through tho portal of tho tun nol and down the mountain lido The cur was wrecked but tho mule cn capod unscathed and of Ids own voli tion galloped ort to tho stable Not a single person In the tunnel escaped Injury Deed of Robbers Znnasvlllo 0 nee 8A helpless Invalid from babyhood Miss Sarah Wlloy 10 was oromrited In her homo two mites from New Concord and there are evidences that she was the victim of one of time most atrocious crlrnoe over committed In Musklngum county Miss Wiley lived with her mother and brother John on a largo farm Isolated from neighbors tho nearest of which live over a mllo away The theory is that robbers en tored the home after discovering the absence of the mother and son and mil manner of cruel means to compel the Invalid girl to disclose tho hiding place of supposed valu shies and money and that upon her refusal or Inability to satisfy them sot fire to the bed and other inflammable article In tho room Call For All Record Washington Dee 7 The senate adopted the Pooroio resolution re questing the president to send It in formation regarding tho discharge of the negro troops of tho Twentyfifth Infantry and also the Forakor resolu tion directing the secretary of war to transmit all Information In the pea leMloa of his department en tho same subject Both resolutions carried an Identical amendment by Mr Culber son asking ipoeiaoalty for the order to Major Penroso commanding the troops which directed him not to turn over to the Texas authorltlc certain of the troops demanded Indictment Returned Salt Lake City Dec SA partial report was made by tko federal grand jury that Is Investigating ooal land frauds In Utah sad charges that rail road corporations have discriminated ogalnst certain shippers of this and other states Indictments were re turned agalaat the Union PaolO tall road compaaythe Oregon Short Line Railroad company tho Union PaoJflo Coal company Ute Utah Fuel com puny sad several of the highest on oars repreewttog the Harrlman and Gould oorjtoraUon In state of Utah To Tt Statute Sn Francisco Dec 6Iu accord ass with iMtrucUon received tram Attorney General Moody United States District Attorney Robert T DuvlU held a oosferenee In his office s with President Aaron Altmann of the board of education and city attorneys to discuss the exclusion of the Japan from cahoots attended by white children to test the statute which requires tho legregallon of children of Mongolian parents la separate schools Levee Deafen Down Ise Angeles OalH Dec 11Telo graphic advices from Yuma state that tho Colorado river levee wee completely beaten down and that the flood waters were pouring uninterruptedly Into Salton Sink Tho railroad offi dill I have determined upon no definite plan of actionaI THE MARKETS f CHICAGO Cutll Common to pllm- ateera II t1 IS sow IS OOOI 10 helfers It 5 BO bull l2 6CO4 60- steekers Im8 teadr II MaMiO sheep gad LambeSheep I3 SitU 75 limb IS U41t 7C VMritHKi IS root 00 Cnhei II TleT SO Hoi Choice heavy II IS eo 4au light butchers It 35x6 411 choice light 18 31186 40 Ilaht mind 11 KGB K pa king IS OOQI U plea IS sees SO Wheat No 1 red 7SH 67Cc EAST DUFFALO Cattle Rood to choice export cattle IS 1SO6 IS thlpplnic steers 14 70OB 40 butcher cattle 14 19 CS IS htlferi 13 10O4 75 tat cow 12 tOO 4 10 bull 12 6004 UI milkers and sprinters ISO OOC60 00 Sheep and- IambYearling H 26 t 75 wther IS T5eU 00 mixed IS 6005 IS ewes IS 28OS fr5 spring lambs IS SO 07 SS CalvcsrllMt IS 5009 00 llogt Torker mediums rnd hiavlei t5 50 pin It iOU 75 lUf It 0085 00 roughs IS 500 190CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfed 14cows2 UGI BOftS 75Ihelp- en IS 80 J4 50 mllken and iprlnxer 115 00050 00 Sheep and Lambt Choice lambs 17 be wethers IS IOQ5 78 mixed sheep It BOS 15 Cnlves17 75 dawn ItogeYorkeri and pliti II 40 medIum 16 45 roughs II POSTS 85 lUc 14 U O4 7- 5PITTSBUna Cattle Choice U 759 t 00 prime IS 40QTS 65 tldr Futrhercaws 14 CUt I 00 betters II 6004 bulls and it gb 12 0004 00 troS cows 125 00050 00u Bheep and Lnmbi Prim withers IS 4 good mixed IS 1015 50 lamb IB 0017 80 Cnlvet V S l oa hogs Iltavjr hOI wuurrn 0Yorkers and DIp II 4- 5CINCINNATIWhcnt No2 ell O77o Com 4IV45J4IC Oat No2 mixed I8HQ370 RyeNee 2 11 972HO Lardsa 55 BacOn 1 5 nu- nmeattT5 HogsrIS JOBS 10 LambJItBOSTON Wool Ohio and ranniytv nla XX and above SIHOKa X SlQJ2j t No 1 40O410I No 2 30o tine mwaihfd 25O2CO detained washed IIV4fflT d andtTOLEDOWheat TJlial osrn UUel oats 36ryo rye nYo1 clovero II 45 Oil North Lnru Sue South Ulna and Indiana Ho 4 I I t t It4 T i = t1 o o o 0 o FROM A 0 TAKE NOTICE The Club meets this week Frlitsy iflfrf nt Mr Hudsons home The subject of discussion will bo tho Indian Problem la tlio United States Dr Thomson Is to conduct com munion service and feoepilon of mem burs In Narrow Lip next Sunday morning mud Dr Cook 1 preaches for him In the Union Church olmI anti Daughter of Jalrus by Sir John Sfeilner In the Chapel at 7 oclock next Monday night Admission 15 cents Mrs O M Green who has boon Ii I SANTA CLAUS Headquarters In the NEW BUILDING we are now arranging the largest and most com plete line of Holiday Goods ever put in by any concern in this County Dont take our word for it but come and bring your friends and see for yourself that this Is the greatest arrangement of Holiday Pros ents Gifts etc ever on sale in the Cou- ntyBOOKS I booksFstaple bindings and at everybody FANCY STATIONERY In dainty boxes The celebrated Parker Foun tain Pens Prices from 3150 to 1000- FANCYI CHINA- In1 the newest imported patterns 1 MEDALLIONS 1 Many from paintings of world famous artistsTwo hundred subjects LEATHER GOODS Including Ladies Hand Bags Pockotbooks Pur ses and Music Rolls tr in from a 8200 Brownie to 812 folding Pocket Kodak TOYSAn va riety of Gifts for the little ones There are thousands of them in every imaginable form and enough in quantity and quality to satisfy all the children and at suitable to San ta Claus pocket book To list these articles requires too much space Wo have what you want Come and see The Porter Drug Co zNconron- ArxneooolDloloioloiolol0l0l0i0i0t oi0ioi0loi0i0l010i0ioe oSi iGATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES i in ioloioiololololosoioloioeoioioioioioloLoloioloioio ioi Conversation tho Sohoolliouso b The I I prices endless prices TlslUng friends and relatives in Oar rid county returned home Tuesday TJietycpunv CoiamlWeo has almost completed arrangements tor a splen did coureo running from January to April Details will soon bo announced Mr Creech spoilt a few days with M Floyd Kldd and family last week Mrs Lizzie Cornelison who has typhoid foyer Is reported to be very sIcKMr IIIram PIgg for tho next year will live on Lafayette Moores farm ubout a mile and a kilt from Bereai Mr Moore will occupy Mr Plggs house on Center street He conies here In order that he may put his children In school the winter term W V Kldd sold a horse Monday to Mr Hudson Price 10000 Tho Fancy Work Club meets With Mrs Luura Spink this week W D Logsdon has returned from Panola where he visited his father and mother und also went quail hunt ingit seems as II Santa CLaus can not WillS uny one Wilt year from ttte grot ty prcBeum we 5W in the sbures- 4ius Alice Treauwuy woo is teaching ai Wailaooion spent from Friday tin Monuay wlta Miss Uiuco Kldd Mrs toga from Spoonvlllo Is visit lug Mrs W D Jones this week Vaughn Norman was In town on last Sunday Mr Splcer the depot agent came back Monday from a short vacation Mr Harris from Evelyn Is visiting friends hero Mr John Reynolds from McKee is moving Into Mr Frank Joness prop arty on High street Mrs Dr O T Azbill who Is living with her daughter Mrs Bettle Mason of Corbincame Monday to upend Christmas with her children here An Interesting and enjoyable Eoclal was given to the Misses McWhorter b Mr and Mrs J K Baker of Boone street on last Friday night Many guest were present and had a good time so tis said The ladles of tho Fancy Work Club entertained many of their friends last Friday evening at the homo o Miss Nora Burdctto of Chestnut street The hostesses prepared a fine even Ing for their guests In the way of unique Indulgences In games which were Interesting A delightful lunch was served and soon after this fine feature of Uo occasion the guests complimented the ladler of the Fancy- Work Club on tho success attrndin tho social and then left for their respective homes Splendid music was furnished by the Phi Delta Orchestra Miss Alllo Fowler tho milliner Chestnut street is expecting two of her brothers who are coming Corbin this week They will school in tho winter term Dr George Hlndley delivered the regular Monday lecture to United Chapel Ills subject was Education He said that ho felt that young people are always superior to older people They have better opportunity of gain Ing knowledge than their parents had They are In advance of thosewho liv ed a decade ago Got an education We dont pay taxce on an education dont pay excess baggage no one fool you out of It you always e It with you In closing ho said that wo always have to give up something- to gain that which la higher MIss Bertha Settle arrived Tuesday and will make her home in Beroa Mr Henry Quado has accepted a position with the Borea Bonking Company and commenced work Monday Miss Mollio Farmer attended church at Wallaooton Sunday Mr and Mrs Harrison Moltby of Suybrook 0 came Wednesday for a months visit with their daughter Mrs T J Osborne and family Old Mr Mobley who lived on the extension of Miller street whose son died In the hospital a few weeks ago of typhoid fever hlmselC passed away Wednesday evening December 12th Miss Belle Bennett of Richmond ad dressed the Ladles Missionary Society Wednesday evening and the convo cation at the presidents house Wednesday night and spoke to the College girls In Upper Chnpcl Thursday morn IngMiss II E Cuahman of Wilbur Wash class of 81 Oberlin formerly professor of Greek In Honolulu Col logo Hawaii is visiting her friend Mrs A Thomson for some time Ir llliuJIji Lecture One lady who came to hear Will It Take complained afterward that tho lecture was a painful matter to her because she hud a crick In her back which burst when she laughed and stopped her whenever the tried to turn around to see how her friends were enjoying ItIt kept hurting her ForCoughs and Colds There Is a remedy over sixty years oldAyers Cherry Pecsorah Of course you have heardof Improbably have uSed hOncelnthefamllyltstaysithe coughs and hard colds on the chest Ask your doctoraboutit andtfrom roT Uit attack and s bn No 8urenaPoint1Xac1bJOOo Lowu ra or Hua I Z1ijers SA HAIR 4PAlUUII Ayers Pills Increase the activity of I the liver and thus aid recovery most of the time Everybody enjoyed Dr Hlndley and ought to bo better than before he come AtCiouu Uoiiiuio has received a her- Ler truui Uiayuiu rowimnud one ol uur last years SvUeme uu extract ui rimes uppuirs Ueiuw 1 tea uiy pupas uverj year ubuut 4110 uuvdutagcb ol iterea Ooiltge I uuve tux or eigat airenuy prouiiuua lu atiwm ueruu toad wmuur sly oruuuir ciurtmcu wilt iw wim you uguiu ILL were tNt trom my seal worn i wouiu nuid cduouionui rallies lu every vtclauy la jusuli and Leu ouuu tied THere 1 coultt mwit nil tne vera w young won auu wuuiuu and will DUSIUIBB LO tuem 1 am getting along nicely with my school Just now 1 am making preparations for u school Christmas tree The pupils are all delighted and enter earnestly Into the work I am sorry that I am not able to attend school this year A good ideal Why not many Christmas trees In our mountain schools with other class exercises Mr James 8 Moore Student Secre tary for the State Y M C A was In Uerca Tuesday Everett Kirk of Inex will be in school again this winter Wm A Adams of Hunneweil Ky writes that ho Is looking forward to being In brat again this winter President Frost went to Cincinnati tofNormal 111 December 14th He will spend SuncU In Louisville Mr Gamble was In Richmond on business Mr Hudson preached at the Congre 4ational Church last Sunday taking for his subject Prayer dir Miller nextgSunday morning Miss Martha Logsdon of Happy Top writes that she expects to be In school Irror the winter term fo enter the Com mercial Department 11Prof Edwards has received a let ter from Henry Smith who stopped hero last week on his way to Albuquti que N M where he went because of his health He Is stopping with Clar enco and Charles Learning who were students hero last year Clarence also went to Albuquerque because of lung troublo and his parents afterwards moved there Henry reports that he Is already feeling better and lopes within a few weeks to be nbfo to go to work Albuquerque Is a fine place 11ror any one to go who Is suffering with lung trouble The Model Schools will open their doors Friday afternoon from one to three oclock to welcome any of their friends who desire to visit the schools They extend a cordial welcome to everybody and the teachers are espec lally anxious to have the parents visit the schools at this time to see their children at their Lily work Visitors Industrial hero thOl11Itovisit President Frost speaks Friday night at Normal IlL seat of the famous Normal School It was a pleasant sur prise for him to receive a letter Invit ing him to dine with tho president of that Institution and meet a farmer Berea student the Honorable Cosdus Coyle now a member of the legisla ture from that district The preparations for the Winter term are well advanced The Col lege Is equipped for giving rooms and board to 100 more students than last winter and the applications for plac cs are coming In rapidly The College boarding hall was never BO popular as this year The weigh ing of some wo hundred boarders at the opening of the term and eight weeks later showed a universal gain and a total gain of about a ton TAKE NOT1C See copy for head By the Bind cooperation of tho Fed eration of Womeno Clubs there comes to Berea a notable collection of pict ures to be shown In the Assembly room of the new library on Friday af ternoon from 1 to 6 nnd at night from C to 8 and Saturday from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 3 Admission ten centsThis is really a wonderful exhibit 13 oil paintings 27 wetter dolors by llv Ing American artists and a number of valuable etchings IDEASUSE before OTHER copy Read the announcement of Berea College on pogo five and pick out what you desire for your children Clunking up the crocks In the stable Just noww1ll give many bushels of corn the coming winter Wise people are beginning to think their New Years resolutions Pod Intends each Now Year to be a step upward for us all For SaleI have for sale 60 acres of land lying near the pike and on the Gar rard county line 2J or 8 miles west from Berea adjoining the landof Frank Taylor I also have one Borg placerme at Kirkaville Ky JAMES R HENRY 0 t WILL SELL- I am in a position to A place you in a business where you can make Jmoney As I have decided to go out of the goods business I am now ready to make a N 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woman Ie thinking of ago- Parehmcnlst need for drumhoads are prepared from tho skins of donkeys calves oats and wolves those for writing from tho skins of sheep The Important part the polishing is done with puiulco stone The daughters of American pork packers are willing to pay enormous cums for husbands says a French newspaper The French paper should understand that tho girls are simply following In their fathers footsteps buying hogs- Latest estimates the wealth ol e tho United States placo It nt 106000 000000 This should serve to restore confidence If Mr Rockefellers wealth were to keep on increasing at the present rote there would be no chance for him to gut It all even If he lived p 1o bo SO years old Director of the Mint Roberts com mcntiUK rm the advance In the price of silver says ho expects to see It retch 7C cents an ounce within two years The Increase has had the effect already of sending up tho rates for silver Roods and has also made the diver dollar more valuable Intrinsical ly Mexican dollars are now quoted at L5 cents Fishing Tor wolves has boon sue cessfully performed by Raus Schmidt in Mlllvnie Minn While rambling round in the woods he discovered a den of wolves In a hole among some rocks In order to get at them he fastened a fish hook to a pole and lowered It lute the hole In this way Tin Rocceeded In fishing out seven pups about six weeks old In England there Is an old yew tree brewing on top of a square church tower Tho tree Is not quito three feet high but is thought to be about lee years old Down In the church- yardp grows an older yow tree Prob ably long ago some birds were eating the fruIt from this tree and left some seeds on tho tower Ono of the seeds found n soft place In tho mortar between the stones and grew Into this tree Dr Forbes Winslow says in a Lon don dispatch to the New York Times According to the statistical figures on Insanity It can be shown that before long there win be actually snore luna tics in the world than sano people The burning problem of the day Is how to jireveat this Increase of Insanity What Is the use of wasting time and energy oa aa education bill when we Have before us this absorbing problem the contemplation of an Insane world to deal 11thr After taking the measurements ol the height of women In France Eng land and America a doctor announces that tai English woman Is the tallest and tho American woman comes next The average height of the Frenchwoman Is five feet one Inch The American woman is nearly two inches taller and the women of Great Brit ala half an Inch taller than the latter American women however weigh slightly more than either of the oth ers their average weight being 117 posada f + Ko reasona ale and Intelligent per eon will bo inclined to criticise the propriety of using water power to oper ate the milking machines on a dairy farm but they should not attempt any double play with the fluid A New York citizen saps he has heard CO political speeches this year j sad only one of them was good r Thats about the proportion in a quart ot chestnuts By pa EIithonOOOQOOOOOOOIrl la wealtbAmerlca bsroosocg cd her I rivals ffairltanmtlaru ffiaiu an a Qnxwi fur Wmututs Sal wrtuprr By MRS CORA WELLES TROW resident Post Parliament Club New York P u AHLTAMEXTARY law is the logical antidote for hall temper Angry passions however vivid once subjected to tho disci pline entailed by its uso in argument are calmed Its first requirement is the proper ordering of thought Oldfash ioned people who counted 100 before they spoke in momonts of stress were not far wrong In this latter day no ono can possibly consider tho parliamentary points at isstio and at tho same time give rein to wrath The two are absolutely incom patible The misconception that exists in the annul of the average clubwoman in regard to the uso of parliamentary law would bo amusing were it not pathetic Wo are a club of lathes said one club president We create an atmosphere of courtesy anti parliamentary law would be a discordant note Yet tho pity of It is that this samo club has provided countless stories for tho papers on account of its unseemly wrangles When parliamentary Inw reigns discord is unknown Every clubre flects the spirit of its presiding oilloer When sho is weak null incapable the club becomes lawless and tho members solfassertive If tho president be a strong character tho club becomes a tool for tho currying out of her individual will and losos nIl standing as n selfgoverning organisation I want such a matter passed said a president recently passed without discussion and it was In clubs and in clubs alone woman has tho best opportunity our age presents for Ndoveloping her individuality In many instances wo sib her following tho example of the othor sex and cheerfully submitting to boss rule under which she becomes a machine for UfO carrying rnit ola will not her own- Parliamentary law teaches us first to discuss no question until It is logically stated second that only ono person can spook at one time third that both sides must be hoard before any conclusion can be readied And this conclusion is the demonstration of the principle upon which our government is founded the carrying into execution of Uto will of the majority Where procedure is enforced no one member is able to take up tho time of the club by stating her views on a question not under oonsidfrntfon And by thus sifting out extraneous matter and keeping to Ute subject in hand many pitfalls are avoided anti emotions left unsounded rrrrt nf ltrrrSg alt 1iaturitittg By CHARLES KLEIN T h e moat original writer a pioneer only in the matter of oiproo sion lie simply voices what in the world about him The secret of thc sue cess of Tho Lion and the Mouse lies in tho fact that it presents a con dition of the times the commercial instinct fighting the spiritual nature In his elemental state man is always fighting himself his lower side in revolt his higher in continual warfare It is simply the underlying truth of humanity brought up to date All drama is conflict People lore that moro than anything else A prizefight will draw whin a playwill not Just now it is oiptcially interesting to watch man adjust himself to quickly changing conditions in them material for many dramas There is no one who applauds tho hero on tho stage so much the coward in the audience In proportion as yen lock a quality do you ad mire its representation in another In my opinion the great ploys and the great books will be written when tho leisure class a certain unit When our plutocracy terms an aristocracy as it surely will there will grays be a submerged tenth there will always bo the laboring masses rho man who is rapioscntntivo of our commercial classes is neither a thinking nor an unthinkIng man IIo is essentially the man of action and nets from impulse lie obeys an intuitive power he doesnt stop to reason and come to I logical deductions he has no time Socialism moons to him anarchy which it is not and ho does not want it There are two classes who do want socialismthe thinkers students writers and the unthinking masses who want anything thatwill change thoir lot but those two classes have nothing to say about it It is tho com mercial man who decides and he it is in time will form the leisure class Ammrau Bfrl m ltalh IjnraB- y MARIE LUKSCrJ of Vienna Conservatory of Mutlc is is is as is In the Aiicrican girl students at the Vienna Conservatory I have al ways found reason to take particular delight I find a tendency in New York to deprecate tho achievements orollrwomen in music but wo have no such feeling abroad Tho American girl is different from her sisters of any other land pupilsfromown Germany 3fany of the girls of European countries have exquisite natural voices and most graceful carriage but none of them is as quick in catching a thought or as ready to take hold of a suggestion as the American girL sheIs pcramcnt the soul I aa firm in the belief that tho American girl will some day lead the world in opera itnnd there is an important ilshc will but culti vale the patience to Halve deeply and the immortal dissatisfaction with everything but the best For that is the one fault of the average Amer lean student She reaches results with great rapidity and thus is too soon satisfied with them while her more plodding sisters of the old world go on in travailto finer heights of feeling and beauty As your American skyscrapers must have large and solid founds uuda1onotlrotDui1da I HALLOWEEN SCARE QERMAN THREATS TO BAR OUT AMERICAN EXPORTS Germany la Not Likely to Rlak Sales of 150000000 a Year of Goods Which We Could Buy Elsewhere While Moat of What She Buys of Us Cannot be Bought Elsewhere The Philadelphia Dullotln springs a false nlnrrn regarding tho Gorman tariff situation when it says The Gorman nation has shown such tremendous capacity for dove opment that Its population Is now about 60000000 while Its consume lion of tho products of the United Slates has grown to = 195000000 yearly That is a big Item In our oxport trade and qulto Justifies tho doslro of the president to avert n tariff war Yet whatever bargain tho American commission may mako can bo only tentative It Is congress that will say the final word It will bo for tho members of tho house and senate to determine this winter whether they will sanction reduction of tho tariff on Gorman goods or taco the practical certainty of relinquishing most of the foothold which American products lonthorjlandThere is not even a fair probability much less a practical certainty that a refusal to lower our tariff bars for he benofit of German producers will tifl attended with tho loss of a largo fart of our export trade with Germany First of all tho Germans can not afford to bo shnt out of our mar Set with their 1150000000 a year of exports almost wholly of competitive articles which wo could buy else where They certainly would bo shutout of our market if they woro to levy a high discriminating tariff against our exports This is the real practical certainty On tho other band Germany can not possibly buy elsewhere a very largo proportion probably three quarters of tho commodities which she now buys from the United States Therefore it is iaurd for tho Hullo tin to assert that if congress shall refuse to sanctloa the desired reduc lion of the tariff on German goods wo shall face tho practical certainty of relinquishing most of the foothold which American products bavo gained- in tho Teutonic Fatherland If wo are to have tariff reduction let us have it on Its merits as a General proposition at wo did In 1S94 and not because of any Halloween pumpkin score of the kind that Is being put up by and in behalf Of Germany No country has ever yet frightened the Unites States into flea l jr threats of tariff discrimination and none over will CorUflnly not while Independent Americanism is the rating spirit sad protection remains the American policy WHAT THE FARMER THINKS ABOUT THE TARIFF Why Should We Weep Under our exclusion policy the imports tree of duty tread close upon the Imports that pay customs duties at the ports of entry and both reach unprecedented proportions Land of Goshen Can It be that nearly half of our importations are free of duty and the Democrats didnt know It And all this happens undor the protective tariff system Under no Democratic administration did real practical free trado reach such colcasnl proportions Whether free trade hurts or wheth er It benefits tho COuntry depends upon tho way It Is adjusted The Republicans havo adjusted It so that tho protected list build up homo In cooperatestoplaced upon the home products the free list comprises articles we cannot or do not produce Under this wise arrangement tho country is wonderfully prosperous and our foreign trade Is steadily lncrcasIng rtingtoaAntidote for Socialism If socialism Is the undesirable oat growth of prosperity and certainly socialism Is nourishing amid the great est prosperity that any people has ever enjoyed then Its antidote lies lathe repeal of the DIngley tariff the opening of our ports to foreign goods the levying of tariff for revenue and intetnal duties and the resumption of the conditionswltl h obtained from 1893 to 1897 sari at other periods In American history when free trade knighthood was lei flower Salem I IOrnfS1n1eSWtLc THE FARMERS ADVANTAGE Sells In Beat Market Because HII Products Are Consumed at Home There Is a double advantage to tho American farmer In tho protective policy which It will not be dltllcull to ago It the results of tho application of tho protection principle In thli country are carefully noted Not only has American labor been continuously employed nt remunerative wages since tho Dlngloy tariff law wont Into effect thus making It possible for him to purchase the products of tho farm but tho protection afforded to Infant manufacturing Industries has enabled them to build and equip with labor saving machinery tho largest ostab llshmonts of tho kind on earth thus reducing tho cost of manufacturing those articles tho farmer needs In the tilling of his soil until they can bo sold at less price than over before This double advantage moans that tho farmer receives the highest pos Bible prices for the product of his Holds by reason of the splendid home market afforded him and at the same time Is able to purchase hid machine ery wagons and buggies at lower prices than ho could during the days before the application of tho protective policy had worked such wonders Ir tho industrial wqrld In view of those conditions the existence of which none will deny It Is passing strange that any Intelligent American farmer would think for a moment of returning to tho dark days of a rovonuo tariff Mr Bryan talks long and eloquently of tho evils of the protective policy but moro eloquence can count for but little In tho face of demonstrated facts The average farmer has a distinct memory of the days when Mr llryans party was IE power in both branches of the govern mInt and made an onslaught on tho protective tariff principle lie remembers that what ho bad to sell wont at prices so low as to scarcely covet tho cost of production leaving no margin for profit It is but natural for him to compare those days with the days of prosperity since then and It would be very foolish In him with this comparison before his oyos to be led Into so gigantic a mistake as to veto for tree trade by the simple eloquence of n musical voice Mr Bryan of course like a majority of free trade orators who aro un able to explain the marvelous prosper sty of the country under the operations of tho Dingier law engages In bitter Invective against the trusts declaring that the tariff Is tho mother of those This sort of argument however will not deceive the Intelligent voter In Hsftland whore they have a revenue tariff just such a tariff as Mr Ilryan professes to want they have practi cally as many trusts as we havo In this country the difference It any those be being In the fact that wo UTe a larger field for operations morn varied Industries and hence more opportunities for those trusts and oombJnatlous agalstst which there basbeen the largest number of objection are those dealing In commodi ties on which there Is no tariff what ever Mr Urrans argument Is therefore knocked into smithereens In the first round and some other method of throwing sand Into the eyes of tho American voter will have to bo adopted The American farmer of all others knows when he is well off and proposes to hold on to the double ad vantage ho enjoys In a protective fa- rInS Joseph Mo Gazette Bryans Career Mr Bryans career in official public life is limited to two terms In con gross In which his most notable per formance was n long and elaborate speech In favor of free trade Ho snow as then opposed to any tariff protection for American Industries or wages His position on political ques tions tends to lessen American em ployment and wages It would also limit American opportunities for tho poor man which was Mr Uryans condition ten years ago when with wnsImagical stroke a place la tho atten Lion of tho world Such an event could happen nowhere except In this great Republic now in its most pros porous era under the policies of the party which Mr Bryan seeks to do feat though Its control for nearly ten years has been marked by Immense strides forward and by highly Im portant legislation In behalf of a fair deal for all tho people St Louis GlobeDemocrat Perplexing Reversal What are the free traders and pro gressive tariff revisionists going to do about this case A steel making concern In Pennsylvania has jpn tractod to supply the Malian gon mont with 11000000 worth of armor plate at 1140 per ton moro than the United States government has to pay for tho same article This reversall of the alleged rule of selllnif abroad cheaper than nt home Is troublesome and perplexing to nil reformers It only It had been the other way 1 The truth of the matter would unquestionably be found to be If all export InvoIces wero open to publicity that- a very largo proportion of goods sold abroad by American producers are billed at higher than home prices and that the general average would show that foreigners are not favored with cut rates It Is additionally in armoriplato getllthe WHISKEY A VETERANS SHAME His Good Wife Pleaded for Him BOo fore the Police Court Judge Yon are charged with being drunk and disorderly Are you guilty or not guilty Recently In pollco court tho Judgo asked this question of an old roan dressed In a suit of Union blue tmya tho Kansas City Star Ho looked at the magistrate through a pair of steel bowed spectacles and strove to spook t but tho words caught In his throat Then ho bowed his head t- All tho witnesses in this oaso coma forward the city attorney paid briskly A woman rose from a soot In the rear of the courtroom She ftino foe ward and stood beside tho votornn Her hair was whlto 8ho put a tremb ling hand on tho arm of the Old man Novor mind papple Its all right she said Tho prisoner lifted his hood Ho ydid not glance tawnrtl tho woman She took his hand In horn Hold up your right hands and bo sworn the judgo Mid- I was called to tho home of this old couple yesterday afternoon a policeman told and I found the old man running amuck with a btusher knife Ho had driven his wife out of tho house and she said she was afraid of him lie was drunk What have you to sayf the Jwliw Inquired addressing tho woman Judgo ho dont moan no harm Its Just the whiskey she said and tho tears welled up In hoc eyes Ho gives me every cent at Isle pension mono every month and ho tends to tho cow and takes keor of tho truck patch It hed only let whUkey alone ho bo the bolt man In the world And Judge weve lived together nlRh onto 68 years now Cant you quit drinklngr tM Judge asked tho veteran lie looked up quickly i Judge Ill never tools whiskey or bow again as long as I live I meat It I have disgraced myself for the last time- If you give all your peMton money to your wife where did you get the money yesterday to bur whiskey While sho was gmte away I not to hanksrln artor a taste of the staff I took two chickens and sold them to the Rroettryraart- He turned to look at his wits but was ftslmmed to meet lIIe She gave his hand a Satle preware andrspoke again to the JwJgo Danl aint bees feoMn1 right for quite a spell now she said IMlrtIbeen tryln to thim to no my brothers In Jasper county got a trig farm down there and Is just keen to have popple cameo Will you go down there and stay t the Judge asked The old veteran promised lint ho con come homo arter hes picked up a little cant ho Judge tho good wife Inquired anxiously The judge gave his oonont ape then dls hargedtts prisoner Tho old couple loft tho courtroom hand la handCall tho next case tho city attar nay said Tho Incident did not pauso a ripple in tho courtroom Such cases aro so common there MODERATE BEER DRINKING Fifty JPopulationTho Now York Evening informs us that the 60000000 barrollot beer consumed In this country In a year give only one glass for every working day for every man woman and child In the country allowing none for Sun days That la a good Illustration of the way figures aro often used to prove that black Is white or at least very nearly white It Is quito safe to say that fully nine tcnths of tho children never get any beer Dud it is probably safe to esti mate that threefourths of tho women and ono half of the men do not touch It Wo suppose thero is fully that pro portion of persons who do hot use alcoholic drinks nt all but oven among those who do there aro very many who seldom If over touch beer We think it Is quite safe to estimate that at tho outside there are not more than 1500000 habitual boor drinkers in the country and as tho largo majority of them are moderato drinkersIthere must be enough beer left out of tho bOOOOOOU barrels to keep 3000 000 or 4000000 men and women pret ty well soaked all the time Sundays IncludedVerily as the Sun remarks the browers have reason to be satisfied and so has their master The De fender I Intemperate Women Out of 33 persons recently charged at the West London police court on ono day with drunkenness no tower than 22 wero women A particularly saddening feature of these cases lay in tho fact that a largo number of y fIonMost ot them betrayed no symptoms of shame at their position yet most of them represented desolate homes illclad children alienated husband and uocrh t r- I t t i I l Ili LIKE A topi4 i OPITS MESSAGE i UAP QUESTION NOT FOR PRESIDENT 4iChicago Jurist Averts Legislature Alone Should Act Attacks Sim plified Spelling PetorStongering a few days In Baltimore as the superImendent ers Transportation Co Whoa askod tar his opinion of tho mossago of Pros Judgeta orasy quilt It covers almost overy poMlblo subject and many of them aro hardly Important enough for a presidents message It seems to incV continued tho Judge with n laugh that the question of providing schooling gallons for school children might surely have beon left te W school directors The trouble with tho message Is that It ta out of proportion Llttlo things are placed aide by side with w big ones and all aro troatod from a preaching attitude Tho president himself has no sens o of proportion N Me thinks everything under the sun that Interests him Is Important Hiongh to be put In a message to congress Understand mo I am not Maying anything which convoys the lout feeling against him Ills groat power w ilk the pooulo Is held by his Intense sincerity After reading what President Reese volt had to say on the Japanese quos tion Judge Grosscun sold That Is n question for tho logic Jalnro The national government has no rlRht to make a treaty that will In terfere with tho regulation of schools iir a State- JwdROraSewpa attention was CIlI- loJ tp Ute claim of tho Japanese that under its treaty with the United dates their efttsMS aro entitled to tM ism treatment as those of tko most favored nation and that the public school privilege therefore jOKMild be theirs He then MM- So far as the treaty Is ooncernml it Is the old question of a contract luade with an agent The agenla powers should be etotelr understood In this ca Ute United States govern nwat Is only the agent and In Ute treaty or contract there abould V- ObHa a ekwee Inserted preventing eon SUn with staU laws over whisk the government has no power Just what OM prealdestt means when be says be will aIM nil Ute rOlNl of the trailed States military lad civil Whirl be may lawfully employ In the matter affecting the Japanese 1 do not knowI It to the old trouble with Roo velt lie recommends a thins In a general way but doN not make dear the de tins Hns HO oed simple spelling In the rnsg It Is a monstrosity Those of us who were educated In old and pare Nngllsh do not can for the new way or arranging latter I see tho itnpreme court has refused briefs spelled In that way Their action speaks for the bench SHIP LOST CAPTAIN FREEZES Another Vcstel On Coast Only Saved By Being Beached DlKby N S Oec B Death from the Icy oold on the western coast of Nova Scotia came to Copt Harry aftor Ills vessel the threemasted schooner 14m mn It Harvey had Reno to pieces ami all but ono of tho crow hId forced their way through the breakers to land Ono seaman was drowned Capt Merry foil oxhdustad after reaching shore and wan fnnen to death The remainder of tho crew found shelter Almost at the same time end only eight miles away the crow or the Ihreemastod schooner Rohotca W Iluddcll wore pausing through a teal 1 lo experience but they saved their vessel by beaching her Tho second mate of thn Huddoll was flovorely frostbltton and tho captain und crow were exhausted by exposure Tokyo Is Pleased nndiJ nioaiagu this San Francisco and untlJapanoso question Is praised It la felt that however much the San Franolnco au thorltlci rimy ho affected by local Ben tlmont they can only yield to the moral I weight whloh President Roosevelts mossago carries Kansas orr for Trial Philadelphia Dec OThe battleship Kansas loft for tho Now England coast where the big warship will bo given Tior oinclnl trial Under tho govern mont contract the Kansas Is obliged to develop a speed of 18 knots an hour Banks to Make Loans Washington D C Dec G A bill of Importance to the national banks nnd tho farmers of tho country was passed I 1 y tho house or representatives Tho bill amends tho national banking act l eo as to permit national banks to make loans on real estate Squire Indicted tor CUtting Plttstnirg IDec C =A true bill I was returned by the grand Jury against a Justice of the Poaco Andrew McMillan charging him Tvltb lolonously cutting RoprosflnUUvo Lawrence D Coot whom ho found with his wife reoouUv w 0 TORTURED THE PARALYTIC GIRL AND THE THWARTED ROBBERS BURNED HEP TO DEATHi RIvealedlated Farm House Zoncsvlllo 0 Doc 7A helpless young woman was cremated la her own homo two miles from Now Con curd and thero ore evidences that she was tho victim of ono of tho most Klrocloun crimes over committed in Musklngum county The decadent Is Miss Sarah Wile tho invalid daughter of a widowed mother Mrs Mary Wllay who with hor son John manages a large farm near Now Corcord the mother and tho two children living taro alono Tho farm is Isolated to a certain extent tho nearest neighbor living almost a ratio away and thero are no houses Jn light of tho Wlloy home Mrs Wiley has always boon con ld ed welltodo and It has been tho opin ion of the neighborhood that her home contained considerable wealth In tho form of valuable papers and money Mrs Wiley and her son drove several miles away from their homo on a busi nose mission leaving Miss Wiley alone at homo She was a hoipluss paralyt ic unable to move about In tho rooms Thoy loft her sitting In an Invalids chair Returning home late Mrs Wlloy and hor son wero horrified to find tho greater portion of tho house reduced to ashes In the debris they found tho charred romaine of Sarah Wiley The Interior of tho room In which she was loft was wholly destroyed but ho position In which the charred body was found indicates that she had been brutally tortured and ma liciously burnt to death by some un known person The theory is that robbers entered the homo after discovering tho ab once of tho mother and son and loot ed nil tho rooms in search of valuables It Is further believed that they sought by all manners of cruol means to oompol tho invalid girl to disclose the hiding place of the supposed vrJ uablos end money and that upon her refusal or Inability to satisfy them tho lends set tire to the bod and other Inflammable articles In the room Tho familys coal oil onn was found Jut outside tho door empty and It II surmised that tho contents of this can were used to start the blase Tho girls body was reMInd several fet from tho Invalid choir It Is not known whether tho burglars secured any valuable Mrs Wiley Is unoom municative on this subject besides the house having been burned she Is In doubt ae to what may have boon oottenmed la the flames None of the neighbors learned of Ue tragedy until Jolla Wiley aroused them from their sleep and told them what hAd occurred Tho community is greatly uxlctod over tho tragedy There Is no clew whatever to the prob able robbers The empty 6ll can 4 tints far the single bit of poslUvo ovl dense Another Respite Por Mrs Myers Jefferson Olty Mo Dec 7Gov Folk announced that ho had granted a respite until January 10 for Mrs Aggie Myers and Frank Holtman ol Kansas City who wore convicted of having murdered the husband of Mrs Myers and were sentenced to bo hang ed Coy Folk stated that tho respite was granted to allow time for Justice Drowse of tho United States supreme court to decide an application for a writ of orror front the Missouri su preme court to that court Putajanes Kill 4 and Wound 8 Manila Doc 7A column of con stabulary troops encountered a band of Pulajanos between La Paz and Ter ragona on the Island of Loyto Decem her 6 In tho battle that followed four soldiers wore killed and eight moro wounded Among tho wounded was Lieut Ralph P Yates jr Ills wounds nro not serious Thirty Pulajanos woro killed and many were wounded and captured No details of the fight have been received Will Stand Pat San Francisco Dec 711Ie San Francisco board of education will stand pat by Us decision to confine tho Japanese school children to tho Oriental school The sentiments of President Iloosovelt as expressed In his message to congress will not af feet Its position according to President Altaian of tho board- Explosion Kills Three Wllkoihnrre Pa Dec 7An explosion of gas In the Buttonwood colliery of tho Delaware Lackawanna West ern Coal Co a row miles south of this city resulted In tho death of three men and tho serious Injuir by burning of eight others SoCalledWItch Stoned Phoenix Ariz Doc fA letter re calved hero reports tho atoning to death of nn Apache squaw by tho tribesmen one mile from Ft Apache Tho natives charged her with being a witch Thaw Trial Set for March New York Dec 7Flee trial of liar ry K Thaw for the murder of Stan ford White tho architect will not begin until March or April of next year unless District Attorney Jerom0 con edits to rearrange his court calendar This was tho winouncomcnt mode Morgan On Panama Railway Washington Dec 7In the senate Senator Morgan devoted two hours to thv discussion of his resolution to so curo the control of the Panama rail road by tho Isthmian canal commis sion No action was taken on measure j f SEPARATE SCHOOLS LEGALITY FOR ORIENTALS TO BE TESTED BY UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT THE TRIBUNAL Before Which Suit Will Be Brought At Once On An Agreed State of Facts San Francisco Dec 8 Proceedings to bo begun In tho state supremo court by United States District Attorney Dovlln having for their object tho set ting aside of the resoluUons of tho board of education which provides for tho segregation of tho Japanese attending publish schools will bo based on tho following statement It Is horoby agreed that the follow ing facts aro true That tho United States entered Into an agreement with the empire of Japan which was concluded November 85 7JOt tho ratification of which was advised by tho senate with amendments February 6 1S95 and which was ratified by tho president of tho United States February 13 1805 that ratifications woro exchanged March 21 1S06 and that the treaty was proclaimed March 21 1805 whloh treaty Is now In full force and effect On October 11 1900 the board of education of San Francisco adopted the following resolutions Resolved That In accordance with Article 1 Section 1002 of tho school law of California principals arc hero by directed to send all Chlnoso Japan ese and Korean children to the OrIon tal public school on and aftor October 16 190C Tho document then states that the separate schools should bo established for Orientals which Is conducted In all respects as aro other schools of the same grade that trustworthy and com petent toachora are In charge and that tho samo educational privileges rights and advantages are offered tho Orien tal children as are offered other chit drop The logal questions presented for determination are 1 Whether said ordinance of tho board of education and tho statute on which It Is bused Is or are within It self or within themselves or in its use or their operation violations of the rights secureo to the subjects of the empire of Japan by force and virtue of the treaty herelnobove retorted to and whether said defendant bas been deprived of the same educational rights and privileges as tho children of other foreign pareatago- In said treaty Insofar an It relates to the subject of this controversy if It does M relate le valid The statement of facto presented to Mr Devlin sets forth all the facts and HlfogaI ture of an ultimatum from the loool authorities who declare their intun tlon of enforcing It The statement was Immediately tele graphed to Washington where it Is expected that It will be considered by Attortney General Moody The com plaint In tho caso is a Japanese of tho age of 10 yenta who has been barred from the Koddlng primary school The United States district attorney stated his Intention to submit tho matter to the state supreme court He would assign no other reason for choosing this court Instead of a fed eral court other than an intimation that ho preferred to havo tho mattor decided by the judiciary of tho state whoro It Is In dispute- DESPERATE NEGRO Kills Two and Seriously Injures Four Finally Lodged In Jail Greenville Miss Dec SFeUx hot man a nogro hailing from Arkansas shot and killed Collna Holman a no gross In Mrs Pratts boarding house for negroes Ollloor II A Aborcromlln with B Coor William Vaught and Enoch Thompson ontored tho boarding house to arrest Holman The negro had two pistols and fired upon tho arresting party The first shot passed through Thomp sons breast killing him Ofllcor Abcrcromlln the oldest po liceman on tho local force had hU right thigh shattered by a bullet from tho nOGros revolver Ho Is seriously Injured N Walnor a business man was struck In the log by a stray bullet but Is only slightly hurt Ho was finally driven Into a ware house and after a throat was mndo to bum him out of his hiding place ho surrendered to Sheriff Crouch and was lodged In Jail No Treaty In Sight Washington Dec S Assistant Sec rotary of State Bacon made u state meat on behalf of tho president that no stops of any kind had been taken or will be Instituted with a view to tho negotiation of a now treaty with Japan for tho exclusion of Japanese laborers Harvard Won Cambridge Mass Dec 8 Harvard won the 17th annual debate with Yale Of tho 17 debates Harvard has won 13 Tho subject discussed was Re solved That further restriction of im migration is undesirable Yalo chose tho alllrmatlvo Americans Ahead Rome Dec 8 Cardinal Gottl pro feet of the propaganda distributed tho prizes to the students In tho foreign ecclesiastical colleges In Rome American siudOnls earned off lbe greatest number 27 medals I 1 MADMAN MADECAR A SHAMBLE 1 SEIZED WITH A RECURRENCE OF AN OLD INSANITY Elmer McNeal a Miner Lustful foi Blood Snuffed Out One Mans Life and Wounded Two Others Jackson 0 Dec 10A torrlbli shooting affair occurred on a street car just outside of the city limits ol Jackson and as a result one is dead two mortally Injured and several have more or less serious wounds The car In charge of Conductor Ed Cameron and Motorman Celum Stiles and filled with Sunday passengers go- Ing from Jackson to Wellston had just passed beyond tho city limits when Elmer McNeal a passenger who was seated near tho middle of the car with a young lady friend arose and without any provocation or warn lug began to shoot Tho first shot struck Prof J E Klnnlson superintendent of the Jackson schools In the right sloe One shot struck Harry L White 25 and an employe of tho D T I car shops In tho right eye tho ball pass ing tnrough his head Ho died In stantlyAnother shot struck J D BanAtta formerly of Newark 0 In the right side bolow tho rib tho ball passing through the body Ho may die During the excitement Superintend ent KlnUon received two more gunshot wounds one In tho finger and the othor In the wrist but tho plucky professor waited his time closed In on his man and then grappled him and carried him to the front end of the car where with the assistance of Mo torman Stiles who felled the demon with a heavy Iron crank he was thrown out of the window McNeal accompanied by the young lady turned ground to walk back to Jackson followed by one or two pas sengers They wore met by Police man Joe Wagner and a posse of citi zens Tho desperado with a revolver In one hand aud a razor In the other kept up a running fire with tho offi curs and citizens until he fell In the middle of tho street with two gunshot wounds one ball passing through his head and tho other lodging In the thighMcNeal who Is a coal minor living at Wellston is about 40 years of age and had on two occasions been an Inmate of tho Athens state hospital for the Insane being sent from Scioto county but had boon discharged from that Institution about five years ago It is said that he had beon drinking heavily tho last few days and no doubt became suddenly demented It is not thought ho will survive more than a few hours REFUTES IN RONG LANGUAGE Btorers Charge That President Lobbied For Ireland Washington Dec 10 President Roosevelt replied to tho attack matte upon him In the pamphlet Issued recently by Bellamy Storer of Cincinnati formerly ambassador to Austria Hungary In a carefully prepared com nuinlcatloa the secretary of state he undertakes to refute the charge made by Mr Storer that ho had lent himself to a scheme to havo tho pope elevate Archbishop Ireland of St Paul to the rank of cardinal Tho president employs some charac tOll tlc vigorous language In his dilu tions to the former diplomat the words dishonorable perfidy and untrue appearing He also questions whether Mr Storer deserves to be called a gentleman since ho made public some private correspondence Furthermore in order to make his rebuke nil the more poignant ho em phasizes the fact that tho Cincinnati man was dismissed from the diplomat ic service for entangling the adminis tration In an ecclesiastical complica lion The president admits however that while governor of Now York he spoke to President McKinley about Storers plan to have the archbishop made a prince of tho Catholic church Will Have to Drive Priests Out Paris Doc 10 Franco seems to face an alarming religious crisis The reports of the popes llthhour rejection of Ute governments final proffer under which Catholic worihlp could bo continued under the common law turns out to be only too true and tho deadlock now Is apparently complete According to tho holy fathers orders the parish priests must remain lu their churches until driven out by violence Despondent Mother Kills Herself Scranton Pa Dec 10Whon In formed by the attending physician that her child was In a dying condition Mrs Becker of Hawley near here went into the collar and shot herself In the head dying soon after Tho child died two bours after tho shooting Colorado River Takes New Channel Yuma Ariz Dec 10Tho entire Colorado river has found a channel around the Iliad darn and Is flowing back Into Salton Sink Unless tho flood can bo stopped 1000 people will loso their home Poes Monument Richmond Va Dec 10 Charles Marshall Graves who won Instrumen tal In launching tho movement to erect a monument to Edgar Allan Poe in this city Is In receipt nt n letter from President Roosevelt commending tlio undertaking Healing By Different Melodies London Doc l0The healing power of music Is tho subject of a lecture delivered In London by O Norman Meachcn who described how dlfforqnt melodies could he used la ho treat meat of certain diseases i 1PlantIn Newport R I are two wireless telegraph plants owned and opor ated by boys which are perhaps the most complete amateur plants In the country They belong to Lloyd Man uel who has his plant at his home on Third street and Henry Rooney whoso apparatus la situated on Mt Vernon street Doth boys receive and send messages but are particularly busy In ro ceiving the many metises that are sent to the wireless station at tho naval torpedo station At times tho operators at the torpedo station talk with tho boy operators at Newport The House Used In Wireless Experlmentlfif f And tho navy men both enlisted men and officers are much Interested in the work of the amateurs Last winter Charles Fielding a mes senger boy employed by the Postal telegraph company constructed a wireless station and sent and received messages So Interested did Com mander Albert Cleaves of tho torpedo station become in the apparatus and work of tho messenger boy that ho visited tho improvised station at Fieldings home with the result that Flldlng was enlisted In the navy though two years under tho ago limit This last act was waived as the navy was anxious to havo the services of tho young export Commander Cleaves made a full report of Field Ings apparatus to tho navy department Fielding is now an electrician In the navy and Is stationed at the Brooklyn navy yard Manuel and Rooney spend prac tically all their spare time working and experimenting with their outfits and have made several improvements and additions to their first rather crude apparatus In tho part of tho apparatus which IB used for sending messages a con denser and a tunning coil are used This Is a brass wlro connected with tho aerial and to the Instrument Itself by moans of leads or chips which are e CANNON BALL Measuring Its Velocity by Aid of Elec- trIcally Charged Screens JI Measuring the velocity of a cannon ball may seem to bo a dlmcult matter but it is really one of tho simplest of The Cannon and Targets scientific problems Tho accompany- Ing diagram shows the whole thing plainlySomewhere In tho path of tho pro Icctllo are placed two wire screens larked C and D each formed of a Imple frame across which a wlro uns back and forth forming part of an electric battery circuit In which an accurate timepiece T is also inter posedAs the projectile en being fired from tho gun passes through tho screen C the circuit ot which It is a part Is broken and tho clockwork Is started the Index originally pointing to zero On passing through the other screen D tho projectile Interrupts the second circuit with the effect of In stantly bringing the clock mechanism to a stop Knowing then the exact distance between the two screens usually sev oral hundred feet It follows that by dl viding It by the number of seconds or fractions of a second marked on tho clock dial representing the time that has elapsed during tho passage of the projtcttlo from screen C to screen D wo obtain the number of foot per second that the projectile was traveling When a roan of evil stock tries to do right he lad flshtlnguollihla forbears a1 on on aq M4 J 41 Iadjustable The length of tho wave Is regulated with this apparatus by moving the chips In either an upward r or downward direction After nicer taming precisely the right position for p a certain station it is an easy matter to keep this In mind and no further I trouble is experienced Though other t stations than tho one they ore callJf b Ing may receive the message It la r heard most distinctly by the station to which the apparatus is adjusted Tho greatest Improvement over the earlier Instrument is in the wave de tector Two pieces of carbon with aa ordinary needle placed across thee was the way In which the first do 1 tector was made Now the boys use an elcctrolytic receiver This coo sists of a hair like platinum wire which is partly contained in a recep 1tacle containing acid to which It is tfastened by means of a screw a4jjustment Another tunning coil used similar to the one used in send lug but in this coil thero are many more turns of wire A sliding con tact is employed and In this manner f nny part of the coil can be used r A receiver attached to tho head similar to the ones used by telephone i operators is used Tho sliding con tact Is then moved up and down ua tll the apparatus responds iJ Tho general aim of all XDcrlment ers In the field of wireless telcgruf hr f tat tho present time Is to discover a fitsageswill be possible to transmit messageslfrom ono point to another without f outside stations being able to intcr fern or butt latThis latter is now tho greatest de feet In wireless telegraphing as other stations than the one intended get t message Of course theso may thefunderstand tho message It It la a code but they are able to bother t sender and receiver to a greater less extent ortj4rrBEHIND HIS BACK y A Trick That Will Amuse an Evening Company Immensely Public entqrtatncrs of alt kinds am always anxious to get on good terms with their audiences One of the Surest methods of attaining this Is to de ceive tho spectators with some apparently genuine trick and to then as it were allow them to discover that l the feat Is really a bogus one A good example of this Is afforded by a conjuror who putting a plate oa top of pedestal places a billiard ball upon it Facing the audience bo steps in front of the pedestal then stepaj 1 aside again and Uv and behold the billiard ball has disappeared The performer searches for the ball and soon pretending to see itdropping from the clouds he it and holds it aloft In his catchesIfor all to see In reality tho performers left armr flxed in front of himIs from elbow downwards a dummy ono and It is with his real left hang that ho picks IiSoonI PLACED OMKI LATE X Too TRIcri ru Ael kvvv SoI JI The Trick Illustrated crotly transferred to his right faaatL and tho trick neatly finished t A shout ot laughter invariably arises as after bowing low tho performer r retires up the stage his loft forearm and hand now of course showing plainly against his black cloth coat Power of Light rpowercurious Illustration In the silver raines at Laurlum A mine had bqen aban doned 2000 years wlcn some poppy seed was found beneath the slag leslag being removed In a short time the entire space was covered witbtsmost gorgeous show of poppies Altar thelrt 20 centurlea1 rest they ht tkeytkaibeen I C el il n eorooaafp oaoooOOOOOOOOOC080COoOOQOO OQO East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else io o H tenttttoiMM yiUlibed oalMi iljaed la fill by the writer The name o p N at tit gitUMtion bit AI U erUsncs of coo4 Ulth Wrlto pTin- iy0000olo0oto0o00006o0o0ot9offo0o0o o 0o0o0oftcOoecAo0o0o00 Why Xevn Ie Stab Below wo print a latter received the week before last Wednesday from n correspondent of tho Citizen spelled nnd punctuated as It was written It took up one page and there art at twit thlray mistakes In It of wrong opelllng capitals where should bo the email letters small tetters whero chould be capitals periods loft out and letters written wrongly The flaws Bent by this correspondent wns published last week but before we can print It we must go thru three such pig and correct thorn or copy them over That Is one reason tho news did not get Into lost weeks paper an tho other reason Is that It came too Ute We havo already said and say It again hero that It correspondents want their news In the next paper It must be moiled so as to got to the Citizen office by Monday We often print news which comes as late ns Tuesday but wo would rather have It como Monday and Wednesday is too late for any but the most import ant news A number of our correspondents to not write bettor than this one Phone follow Instructions and send In letters written spelled and pointed correctly A Mr Editor will you Please pwbllsh the letter before it gets stale I wrote one a I two weeks ago It has never ben Print ed yet Mr Racer ws to Print ever letter I sent he dldent wait till it was stole news he Printed them when they was fresh I notice a great many of the county letters are aweok or too old If they was of Imfortence they would come to lateSIgned Last Week Much of the news which had comoln was crowded out of the peper for various reasons which do not often occur This week we print on thjs page and pegs six the most important part of last weeks correspondance as well as what lies come in this week Much of last weeks news which was not so important has been left out ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISIUTANTA Nov 26 There Is a protracted meeting going on at Macedonia con- ductedI by Rev T P Edwards of W- oooJ F Phelps of Carterevllle nod T P Edwards of Waco dedicated the Macedonia Church House November 23 James Thomas who has been digging a well for R J Abney has returned to his home in Laurel Dee 10 Daisy Like visited her elsler Mrs J E Hammond T J Lake of Withers visited friends on Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Ike Rector of Klrkavllla has moved to the Bob RIgibys place at Braver k Pond Vlrgla and Ruth May Payne spent Sunday with Mrs Mammle Hammond R J Abney sold a mule colt to John Hasty for U70W C Ogg expects to move to Berea naxt Monday Mire Annie Anglin of Climax went to Berea this week to have eomo dental work doneJ W Todd of Rockford expects to preach at Dls pulanta next weekMessrs A W etedart and son have returned from a trip to Old Mexico and to western etatee Walk Croucher our new mer chant at this place Is doing a nice bufllnesa Thomas Richmond of Cli max bas bought a nice farm of J W Oadd on the Scaffold Cane hillMr Henry Bronslon of this place expects to move to Richmond this week W A Rowlett has moved to the kouct vacated by T C Holt CONWAY Dec 10Mr and Mrs George Bat lard of Wallaceton visited J W Bul len Friday evening The little son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Alexander is Mrs H E Bullcn and Bertha Ballon very sick at this writing Mr and Mrs H E Buttes and Bertha Ballon visited relatives at Rockford Sunday Mat Coffey vluMed friends near Con way Sunday J M Bullen went to lIt Vernon on business Monday James Sexton visited home folks a Clear Creek Saturday night GARRARD COUNTY OAIIT RSVILU3 Nov 2GMr Telllo Green has Just rented the Cavenaugh farm down n Lancaster pike for the coming year Qatllff Smith and Dora Hawla were married on the 14th InstR C Boats has rented the Patterson farm nOr Wallaceton for cultivation the coming yoar Pierce Allen and family have returned to Cartersvllle after a three years absence in Illinois Dec 7 Farmers are all busy now gathering com This is fine hogkill 1 ing season aa many people are very late in getting their hogs killed this tall Turkeys are selling at eleven onto a pound nowDr and Mrs Redwlno are rejoicing over a fine boy who arrived at their home Nov ember 30th They have named him William Mr and Mrs Tom Allen J have tho same cause for rejoicing A boy wee born to them November 15th Mrs J B Carter welt to Paint Lick Thursday ProtraoUd meetings will begin at Paint Llok on nut Sunday by Rev Coke and Rev Mo Collura Mr William Bryant was or dained last Thursday at Oartorsvllle He belong to the Baptist Church a son of Rev P F Bryant who now preaches at Scaffold Cane Church and Oartersvllle Jennie Hagans vise ited Mrs Jasper Hewlett last Thurs dayMrs Joe Boaln is visiting har sister at East Bernstadt this week Mr and Mrs John Smith have beon- vlslUns trlends in Barer this week Mrs Mary S Clark visited her oous lnsMIss Ellen and Mrs Eliza Davis ot Paint Lick last woekJlm Davis is the sweet potato manHe raised two hundred bushels this year Mrs R c Boats and daughter Miss Dora went to Lancaster shopping on last Monday A great many rabbMa lost their liver on Thanksgiving Day Jennie Haggans is getting on nicely with her school at Woods View Sho is such a good teacher our district is proud ot her Vo think a worthy teacher should have public praise We were glad to rend of Mr A C- Hart and family returning from Illinj ols Irof Mnnili Dean or the Academy Mrs Mary Duncan Several people from Irvine attended church at Sta tion Camp Sunday Dr Edd KJwards went to his home at College 11111 Sat urday accompanied by llama Wagera Annie Wilson entertained quite a number of friend Saaday 8aleMnu A 0 Witeon wee thru here Saturday Born to Mr and Mrs J L Cox on the 3d a boy chrletened Tommle West Mrs Jonah Wagers WM in Richmond a few day least week on business JACKSON COUNTY K1SKIIV KN01I George Bongo and Margaret Azbill were married Nov 21st We wish them a happy and prosperous life Born to Mr and Mrs Walter Williams Nov 23 rda girlLittle Her bert Click fell and broke his leg lost Monday He has been quite poorly James Click James Williams and DrBaker are having a lot of coal dug Mr George Johnson and wife vis ited his parents at White Station going day to make it their homeRev James Parsons filled his appointment at this place Sunday Ho was accompanied by Rev Ambrose of Big HillMyrtle Click is stillvery poorlyNannie Smith has been very ill for the past weokIt is said thud Minnie Jones is improving since she has removed to Bear Wallow Albert Powell has rented tho Garrett place of James Click and willmove to it soonT 0 Holt has moved to I L Martins farm near Rockford Seth Asbury has routed the Bron ston farmMrs Bronston will leave about Jan 1 for Richmond nun HOOK Dec 3I1etty the little daughte- of Nancy A Eversole died Monday November 2Cth and was burled Tues day The Thanksgiving exercises held at tho Sparks SchoolLoutto Thurs day were very successful Tho box suet cess over Nina Alcorn left for Alcorn Sunday evening to clerk In the store for H Wllllams Abram Coffey la suf faring from a sprained ankle CJIOVEIl BOTTOM Dec 10 People of this vicinity are most thru gathering corn John A and Curtis Lane have been down on their farm in Madison county for a few days gathering cornJames R Eagle and Findley Judd havo returned from Texas where they have been for tho past year They say that Tex as 1s a good place to makcmoney but there is no use making it if ono ron not enjoy ftWJ11ie Dean who has been sick for the past two weeks is still no better Last Saturday Mrs Nina Doan Visited Myrtle Click who is still very sick John Reynolds of McICeo passed thru hero a few days ago moving to Beroa where he In tends to make his home for a while Tom Maya hs recently inovtd to Bereci Ills little daughter r who lias HId typhoid fever for jtonia tlmo is bettrA J Crulco of Barm Is go ing to move to hto old home rU this plaoe Jim Larrrnce hiss purchased and moved to the Charley Abmms farm MADISON COUNTY lUlllYFUH Dee 3Thnt was a box supper given at llobtown Saturday night to raise money for a Christinas tro There wu ahcut l00 rankedPr- Ii Q Snndllu and f iily of Rich n II Jj and Mr and Mrs J C Powell spent Thanksgiving with Louis Snndlln of Kingston Sillle Young is on the sick list OWSLEY COUNTY Lancer Dec aThose who have been shah with typhoid tenor In our neighbor hood are convalescent nga1nW M Gibson who has bean visiting return ed bringing his wife and children back with Mm Mr Gibson found a farm near Broadband He wants to sell some of his tend and buildings Stephen Campbell teacher at Meadow Creek had a Thankagtrlnc enter tainment Everyone had a fine time SV C Glbaon hopes to be able to enter school at Berea In the winter Boyd Stepp and LeUilA Brown wove married lately and spent their honey moon at Broadband Wo wish thorn a life of happlneeaGAllllAIlI Dee 1Thltro was a good sized crowd out to hear Brother Smith preach hero last SundaylI IL Rico of Boonevillo has sold hla farm at Rlcotown to Lewis Moore for 1690 Mr Moore Is moving this WItCkL9 ander Reynolds ot Cow Creek and Curt Jett of Athol wen here last week buying gefHJohn Moore Sr of Ev ersole recently died at the home of Lsrkin GiheonLulu and Plain R Davidson villi Led their grandma Mrs Moore at this plies Saturday and Sunday Some of the people of this place are talking of going to Ohio soonLeender Dolls hs moved to the place from Lemons Creek Lee oouaty There was a big Junior rally on Meadow Creek Thantoilvlng toy Nel Wilder the noted fox Imnter vie nted C B Gabbard Wednesday night A J Barker and Lewis Moore will Bf Jl goods at Rleetowa at A H mos ESTILL COUNTY VA011IISVI LLK Dec 3 Retha Scrlvnor entertain ed qnlate a number of friend Sunday Among them were Kdlvh Fowler Mol LIIHe Gabbard Lillian Ambrose Kath ryn MId Grace Waders and Freak Park Moat all the men and boys of this Place attended court at Richmond Monday The Wagenvllle School to pretmrlnr for aa entertainment Friday evening December H WAOUnSVIfLU- DealO Del Centers and NeUle Kldwell were the sueMa of Nmunle F Wlleon Saturday night Mr and Mrs 35 Wegere Kato and Faanle Wagers were the guests of Mrs A Q Wlleon Sunday air and Mrs J M Haynes of Drip Rock were the guests ot Mrs Haynes brother J B Kelly Sunday nlghtMrs A B Scrivner who hAS been visiting In Richmond and Beroa for the past three months came home last week accompanied by her sister IroJ Ulniuioro Dean of Normal Dell An Educational Fortress One of tho things which makes It druidrot going among strangers BO wo pro pose this week to Introduco our read ers to some of the people who will bo met by any ono who comes to school in Beroa By referring to tho advertisement of the College in another place in this will see list of deport thoseAless advanced the Trade courses for those who wish ti ram money the regular Academy courses of two years for those who wish quickest prepara tlon for life tho Normal course to fit for the profession of teaching the music school tho course preparatory to College and tho four College cours es It will be seen that tack student belongs to one department whero ho will bo well acquainted with the dean in charge and the group of students that study together there At the same time ho will share In the gon eral odvantageo of the Institution which belong to all students alike In his department ho has all tho advan tages of a small school and in the In stitution he has all the advantages of a very large school t Tho flrat with whom ho will naturally got acquainted Is Secretary Will C Gamble Mr Gamble Is n native ot Illinois and was for some years con nected with tho Moody Bible Institute in Chicago He was also engaged for tmv1elllngE Thomson anti leading the singing lie Is still in great demand for such lervlcee nnd frequently gets to Lex of Christian education such na few men are ever permitted to perform It Is well worth whllo for a student to mako the journey to Boron simply to bo In one ot Prof DInsmoras classes Mrs Dlnsmoro is not at present en tinged In teaching but her interest in tho young people of Eastern Kentucky is deep and constant She has frequently accompanied her husband In his mountain trips and ia always glad to welcome her friends when they como to Bern It is commonly supposed that tho Troaeuror of an Institution tho man who collects bills and demands our money is an unpopular Individual This Is far from being true In the case of Treasurer Osborne Ho is ono of our old standbys In Barm having been hero since before tho time of President Frost Ho has been elected many tlmeu a member of the Town Board Ho has had dealings with half tho men In the county and onoflCth tho men in the state and In all caore pleasant dealings Even In tho bur nod and crowded moments of tho op erring of the term students enjoy the kindly smile of the Treasurer across the counter C lard T hen Ai o tittloa The president of this association Frank W Williams In a bulletin dutI ed November ICth gives names of many ot the prominent speakers ands- gucsla who will be In the meeting a LrxlnGWD December 2623 Among the guests the name of our Dr Wrlgit will be noticed The Important puts ot the bulletin are as follows The officers of tho association have never planned sushi a strong program II is offered for the 190C meeting Our Invited guests a group of dls Inguished ladles and gentlemen com tug from as far north aa OUvet Mich ud as far south aaTuakrgvc Ale and liar CUB S Morris D D New Tork City Dr W B C Wright 011 vet Mleh Prof R L Melendy University of Cincinnati Prof O W krver Tuskegee Mrs Anna K Benedict Mlra B 0 Naive Cincinnati Ohio If principals and teachers and eohoo officials in all parts ot the stile will send a tell of one dollar immediately sad permit the completion ot the final arrangements before the meeting such valuable time will be sued at the meeting for the most vital mrpooee Send all fees to Miss ZenobUi V Cox 172 Bush street Covlngton Ky To secure a home while attending the Association write to Prof J B Caul der C06 Mat Third strut Lexington Ky For any other Information write to F L Wllltemi 1216 Russell avenue Covington Ky The railroads have granted a fare and a third rate Let all teachers and friends coming to tho Areoclalion secure a oertlflcate when purchasing a ticket Do not use the holiday rates A certain number of oerttfloates must be signed by tho Secretary before reduced rates can bo secured bjr anyone attending the meeting How to end here 119un Tho return ot sanity In Atlanta Is Indicated by 1C9 oases on docket of the criminal court for participation in the riots and assaults upon helpless negroes Tho first of there uses has ended In a flno of 300 Imposed upon a ruffian for assaulting a negro woman It this course is honestly parse vered in it will be tho end ot all race wars especially In Atlanta There Is absolutely no occasion for any race war and those who precipitated it are rascals who aro glad of ant pretext to make trouble What Atlanta what tho state ot Georgia and what all other towns cities and states In the country want is a stringent vagrant law properly enforced which will reach all bad characters compel them to work for their living and If they will not set them to work in the good roads movement Wo need good roads more than anything else In tho country and the experience of tho south has shown that convicts can bo made valuable members of society by employing thctnla Improving the highways Every Fhloon loafer whit or black should be ferreted out and set to this much needed work The winter term of Beroa Collego will begin on Wednesday Jan 2 The College Is erecting two nev buildings ofr the accommodation ol students Tho call for rooms Is so- arwtt that every ono who plans to la In Berea the coming winter ought to send his deposit dollar to Secretary Will 0 aGmbio and ongago his room at oaoo Boo College advertisement page 6 The winter term of Berea College will begin on Wednesday j Jan2 L h l What Typhoid Patients Can Eat By lr R N Cowley This list should be cut out nnd pasted in tho cook book In every fum lly You or your neighbor will need It some time From the time a person sets to bed with typhoid fever until one week attar the temperature hae become normal again no solid nor 11101- li1 food should be taken Milk In Its various forms Is the best jwtislble liquid food and should constitute the larger part of any liquid diM The articles of diet given below are placed In the order of tholr respective values as rood 1 Fresh butter milk 2 Sweet milk This should be boiled If there Is any quttitlon as to the cleanliness of the dairy from which It comes It should also bo boiled If the patients bow els are very looav 3 Toast milk It is made by pouring boiling milk over hot toaet and allowing It to stand until It Is cool enough to drink It Is then strained oft thru a pleoo of now cheese cloth flavored with salt and served This makes a most delicious food for invalids and will be taken when plain milk Is refusal 4 Junket Junket tables way bo ob 1Slll CCntablr Ser4ary ur Itcrte enUrE tamed at tho drug alto with full directions on the box Tho coot ia prac tically nothing C Beef broth TaJce one pound of lean beet chop tine pour on one pint of cold water add a pinch ot salt Let It stand an hoer and then set In on the beck of the stove for onehRlf hour Do not let It boiL Strain thru coltander 6 Chtoken broth Make name aa beefs broth only lot It both about five minii utee after standing on the bask of 101rROT8tabl epoo Bftil of oat meal pair ou ono quart of water and flavor with salt Let It b nlt least one hour bettor longer Keep tic water up to TrtaaurerIT J Otlionip College tho quart mark strain cool and serve 8 Barley gruel made same as oat meal gruel 9 Egg lemonade Place one cgg tho julco of one lem on heaping teaspoonful of sugar and ono pint of water in a dish and stir thoroly strain and servo 10 Unfor wonted RIpe Juice 11 Orange juice 12 lea cream If you are sure It 1s made of pure oraun and la fresh Un less it Is fresh It may do much harm Onehalt pint of any ot tho above foods should bo glvon to on ndult every throe hours day and night or oftoner if prescribed by tho attend ing physician After the temperature has been normal for one week the patient should live one week on what Is cull ed soft diet The following articles aro permitted during this period 1 Egg nog Add ono egg to a rich milk and beat tloixly with an eggbeater Flavor with sugar salt and a small amount of nutmeg 2 Soft custard To one cup ot milk add tho yolk 6fon s egg mix flavor with sigar and saU Place the cup In n plan of Wilier and bake In tha oven 3 Full ciiBtarC Made as above only uso the whulo rgg instead of tho yolk only 4 Soft boiled egg It Is very easy to spoil an egg in the boiling The following directions are very im portant Place tho egg In a dish con tanning one pint ot boiling water set ort tho stove for five minutes At tho end of this time the egg will bo thoroly cooked but the white will be soft and flaky 5 Milk toast The qrusti should be removed and only tie soft part served 6 Oat meal gruel Made as above only uw four table spoons to tho quart and boll In double cooker two hours 7 Stewed prunes Soak the prunes over night and cook thoroly without sugar 8 Baked apples and cream The core should b- t 1 I removed and the apple Caked whale until It 1s quite soft The skin should not bo oaten The above list gives plenty variety and nourishment Some othor things might be allowed In cortnln oases but only with tho approval ot the attending physician Mr 1tCIIh AnttMurwuii Minion In a recent letter to a friend Mr McCllsh gives an account of his work t1 with the Utah Gospel Mission among the Moron people Hlght mission cries In three months during tho summer held ninetynine meetings In flftilx plaoea with a total attendance of 7600 people made 3000 mill tot homes and distributed Gospel litera ture traveled 1280 miles by wagon and as many on toot This grail InWnlenomlnatlomil work ot tho Utah Gospel Mission is now beIlug carried on by seven man who tray el in three gospel wagons Mr MeCllslb Is enthusiastic over hU work and the beauty of the coun try Recently there has been a very de structive wlad atoM which has dono much damage to tho country which is so securely walled In by gnat mountains on every aide Mr McCIIah describes It as follows The Mormon people huve believed and boasted for jKirs that 24on aa they term their domlnloal was secure from all storms and tyctnes tile But the other week the untxp cttl happened them when 1 n mighty wind storm swept over then great mountain tops and nwoopul down into their btuutlful valleys Iud us lr BeenwHl tried to wreak vengeance upcn tlxlr tiRe cities towns and vii cages and bwMtltNl country wayside kbcxe Thontands of nice trots were trn from the ground and small build urge 0 furRed and large oily build t logs Sims ot their roofs ao Unt thousands and Utoua nd of dollars worth of protxrty wee lost er dwtruy dftind some lives toot Such was one nigh- tII Median has not forgotten his Df ren friends but ejnak pf thcm and also Beraa College In oomttilmentAry terms Ills allllrt la 919 B Arizona street Care Rev E Smith Butte Montana It 1 Artinrll tTrraturrr Iff KEEP CLEAN and gut your clothes cleaned Bud pressed by J C BURNAM The Writ End Barter Shop Photo 67 GOo n suit is all it will cost you Live Stock Market Louisville Nov 27 Fxtraproadsteers fa 76 to 6 16 Light Hlilpplng tours 4 60 4 76 Choice butcher Htourn 4 25 4 76 Fnlr to good 8 60 4 26 Coiiiinon to medium do 8 00 8 60 Choice butcher holfurx 8 60 4 00 Fair to good do do 8 00 8 SO Coin to do do 2 26 S 70 Choice butuh r cows 8 25 8 76 Fair to good do do 2 60 8 25 Com to do do 2 00 2 60 dinner 100 2 00 Choice rUt dew 8 75 4 00 Mud to gOt d do 8 26 8 76 Coin and rt do 2 76 8 25 UtatllocxLsitwkstoors8u6 8 60 Fair to good do do 2 76 8 25 Com to mud do do 2 00 I 76 laud to ox steak heifers 2 60 a 00 Corn to mud do do 2 00 2 60 Good to extra oxen 8 60 4 00 Com to rued do 2 60 8 25 Good to extra bulls 2 76 8 00 Fair to good bulls 2 00 2 76 Choice calves G 00 0 60 Com to rued do 6 00 0 00 COIUHO heavy cnlvuH 2 60 4 60 Choice cows 86 00 40 00 Corn to need do do 20 00 80 00 Plain common do dolO 00 20 00 noos Choice pk b 200800 lbs 0 86 Medium packer 100 to 200 lb 0 20 Light shippers 120 to ICO IbM 0 20 Chol 00 to 120 IbM 0 20 Light oIJIKML to 00 Ibd 0 10 toughies 163 to 400 lbs 8 60 to 6 76 BUEEP ANn LAUDS Good to ch tnt sheep 8 75 4 00 pair to good sheep 2 00 2 60 Common shcup 2 00 8 00 Bucks 176 2 2o Choice shipping lambs 0 00 0 60 Choice lambs 6 00 0 00 Culls rend tnllonds 4 00 6 00 llllnuU Loiter A letter dated December 10th cornea from Mm L Williams now of Melvin lid Space does not permit the print ing of all her lrttrr but her friends JlShechurches seven stores a bulk two restaurants a High School and two tine doctorsiA OPAIIANTKKD CUItE Fun PILES ItehtngnlludntecdlngProlrudingPU Drug rAxee L r r