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I TT fc oeoeeeeewweeettaee eesMeo 2 BEREA PUBLISHING GOO pIXCORrOBATKU o STANLKY FROST Manager at flu Porl teat Btrta Xyrtead 0tlaamanmalter oeoeoeoeoieeeaeeeeeoeow Vol IX Five cents a copy NEWS OF THE WEEK Danger of Outbreak In China Miss lonarles May De Killed Dullness Getting Detter Financial skies are clearing and there fa beginning to bo a feeling that perhaps after all the touch of hard times lifts put business on a Bounder baste and led to tho curing of Bomo dangers that might havo made worso troublo later There la still a good deal of flurry In tho bullnow world but also a good many signs tit returning prosperity and activity and there la llttlo doubt that oven it things do not get back to the boom of the last tow years thero will bo the usual business at tho usual pro fit to everybody Of course the Pres ident will keep right on trying to get a square deal from tho trusts for the rest of us and there will bo a lot of howling from some people but It necms to bo understood by most men now that thero Is no serious danger to honest wren One of tho best signs of tho last t Tc hu been tho fact that on great many people with a few hundred dol late to put into something have been getting it out of tho old stock log and buying stock in big compa nice with It Tbo prices of those shares are way down and tho peo plo aro really loaning money to the companies at very high rates of in terestMeanwhile business men aro look- Ing over the history of the last few weeks to sea what happened and what can bo done about It Several bank officers have been Indicted Three of them wero from one of tho banks that tailed In Brooklyn Also a cood many suggestions have been made to tho President for new lows on bust ness All these plans aro complicated and so far none of them seem like ly to bo used so there is no need of explaining them But tho main fact Is that tho danger is about post Thero will evidently be a rush for the not government bonds It if pos sible that there Is somo other plan for relief being considered for tho WAS a conference between tho Pros- dent and several financier Including J P Morgan last Friday Nothing of what took place has been published Tho first sosslon of tho now Cong rose will bo held next Monday nnd after It has organized the President 1 will send in his annual measago This will bo ono of the most important sessions and messages of recent years because of tho general conill lions in the country The Citizen will publish a nummary of this message which wilt glvo all the important points nnd which should not bo missed by anyone who wants to ke up with tho affairs of our country There Is o renewal of the re port that the United States is net ting ready to fight Japan There is no ground for this except that th fortifications In tho Phllllplnea have been being bujlt river since w got those islands almost are near ly done and work Is being rushe on tho Job to get It out of tho way There might bo a war with Japan of course or any ono else but it will aJly bo when someone acts prett foolish Orleans saloon keepers have beet matching the rest of tho coun try and have been reading their news papers carefully They have learned something They notlco that tho world does not like saloon keepers nS much as It used to nnd they uro afraid that they will bo wiped off the earth So tho association of liquor dealers Is going to work on its own account to see that thero Is no41s order in the saloons there They are willing to bo wry good if tho city will let them do business It has been learned that tho mutiny on tho Russian warship at Vlad Ivostock which caused a fight in tho harbor in which several people wore killed was caused by four young wo men who wore killed in tho tight The trial of Mrs Annie M Dmdlc for killing exSenator Brown was nol finished in Washington but the fight will evidently bo on tho questio- whether or not sho was driven Insane by love There is again fear of rebellion in China and it it comes many mission aries will probably be killed The United States la bolding several war ships ready to go to the aid of Americana in China If there should b trouble The immediate cause of t4- a 0 THE CITIZEN I Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 28 1007 r THANKSGIVING O t x B STANLEY O s JiBehqlc1t owning tthsyear Thcwhcat is garncred fromtheficld Th seaS6 s arvestin isere l A mighty andabuhclantvyicld I thc1landtPSrips cyw o nQ f7 1 1 Aid The are wollen wit Eh Broad pasture Jloldthci flocks ando herds Thcyvi fruit hJfierC17 nd plain Gone butlthcsti 1 tOrdthe birds Thc fires i H r tVForltmtha=d roof The sun 5ti sline5 V emugrapy the do1 d- P I stlfabrisal IlalI ln an woof r l Notours oppistdnoche la k Of lVc matlho nto hfe1l U Unbare1 illcadunwhippcdthc btk Unkn SsStrtfeIBlessed crea ur tShoulAnd worshl Thce unto tile laSi4 t pusr0Lord t r He when fortunefar llMf1cnJoo s and gear ave made us coarseI In O us thatV Lt7RsitouldlIVremember 1 lout thcsourcct Nor come 1lllil1altcrlng and t ars1JroBut in proud gratitude and pray T The bounty of the future years Copyright JOT by Wright A Patterson e Ito Ite danger is a British firm which is ac cased of unjust dealings which havo caused all foreigners to bo hated and gives tho priests an excuse for start ing something According to n report exPresident Cleveland Is again 111 at his homo pin Princeton Ho is said to have suffered a recurrence of tho old Intes tlnal troublo which affected him lost Juno whichh forodismissing three companies of negro thedtown of Brownsville Texas while tho others refused to testify against them was taken up again by tho Senate wasyno case that a report to the Senate will be made nnd that Foraker will got an other chance to make somo speeches about It The women in England who want to voto made another disturbance last week Herbert Gladstone a member of the Cabinet who has refused to promise to help them was trying to make a speech nt Luis England but the suffragettes made so much fuss that ho could not bo heard nnd they finally started a free fight with tho men in tho audience This was to show that they knew enough to vote It is supposed IAlabama has awakened to tho fact that her forests which are a largo share of her wealth as they aro of Kentuckys will soon be gone and is to havo a law which will protect them woodt ifeeamtnthey will bo left behind in the taco William n Hearst who is trying to titan a now party that will elect him to something was arrested in Now York for alleged criminal libeL The libel Is alleged to have been on W A Chanter a rich young man of the Hitch POWERS GAINING GROUND Harrison Venlro Dismissed Grounds For Appeal to U S Courts Pre paredHoward In Court Tho Powers case is as far from bo ing ready for tho taking of testimony as It was a week ago There is no doubt however that ho is in a stronger position than lie has ever been before nnd ho has won some not able victories during tho last week Tho first of these was when Judge Morris allowed the challenge ot lh second venlro from Harrison count and dismissed tho talesmen This ac tion was taken after hearing tes timony which proved the charges that improper methods had been used I selecting tho venire and that it would be impossible to bavo a fair trial with jury mon selected from it Tho judgo refused however to dismiss the firs venire against which similar charge- had been filed and Powers attorney will it bo loses the case use this as ono of the grounds of an appeal t the United States courts The new panel of talesmen was summoned from Grant County and tnkenIn was that tho jury would be completed b Wednesday of this week On Monday however tho Commonwealth attacked tbs Grant County venire on much tho same grounds as had been alleged against the Harrison County panel and the court took up tho business sa1110IPowersjlaWyers ThIlmportagce e bo challenged for cause and thus re moved tile prosecution will not have to use up its peremptory challenges and so will be in better shape to set the kind of Jury it wants The pros ecution intends to have every man who has said he was a Republican thrown oft The probability that the real open- Ing ot the trial will be still further AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY Today in the general thankfulness for blessings of all kinds the world looks like a pretty bright place to thingsbeginis over and that we cant be expected to be thankfulall the time Some of us will have stomachaches to make us feelthat we do not have nearly so much to be thank ful for as we thought we had and the rest of us will remember the troubles which the sight of the turkey made us forget and theywill seem twice as heavy as before Most of us will this is not much of a world to live in and wonder how it is that we were so happy the day before that is if we take time to remember that we were happy is all this What is the difference between Thanksgiving Day and the day after that makes us act as againIshave stopped remembering our blessings When a little some thing goes wrong we do not have a cheerful feeling to tipsdowneverything that is said to us sounds as if it had been in tended for an insult We begin to expect everything to go wrongandmost things do We feel grouchy so I wayAndrasworse and worse company so that people do not want to have us around till at last those that let this sort of feeling get away with them are pretty nearly down and out goodItwhen a man is happy bothers slide off him like water off a ducks back and trouble keeps a long way off And wheh a man is thankful he is happy And when a man really thinks of how things are going no matter how hard up he may be he will find that there is a big balance on the good side unless he has met with some really great misfortunethe kind that only comes to each of us forgetingwe think of them a little every day we will find that we will keep happy and our happiness will sort of shine around us and make the world brighterfor others and ourselves too j a delayed was increased by tho fact that the wife ot one of the jurors Is probably dying so that ho may have to bo oxcijsed and that another of the accepted men is so sick that ho may not bo able to stand jury service One of tho features of the trial Monday morning was the bringing into court of Jim Howard who was ordered thero to appear as a witness for Pow ers The Commonwealth attorneys tried hard to make it unpleasant for him but did very little As matters now stand Powers is in good shape His lawyers have laid a good foundation for appeal to the Uni ted States courts in case ho is con ivlcted and they have at the saran time mado It seem more likely than before that ho will havo a fair trial BIG FOOTBALL GAME TODAY The big football game of the season hero tho ono between the College and the town teams will be played on afternoonyought to bo thero to holler for his team as the gamo will bo close and forIprnctlclngI boysttbo time of their lives The Varsity has expressed Itself as being sure to somoofotho best players in this part of the state on it and will at least play a game that will make the College sura there has been something doing whichever wins IEvery ono ought to see this game theIThanksgivygame ono tho season everywhere and here it will bo decidedly better than any oth rememI15 centsITOWN Position COUHCK JunsfonlnWilt JUnery R T Kirk Doc Bet R G Archer or Keffer Doc Cornelius Co Wheeler Caldwell I G Thompson GamblenA John Welch capt Q D Meesc or Bender Canfield K H Logan Thomson J 1L Barton capt C Fl ncryl 0 Eastman Subs for College Hoffman and Staunton Subs for Town Erwin J Planer SleDge 8 Frost Murphy Certain it Is that dally duties and dally bread are the sweetest things of life OFFICIAL RETURNS Willsons Plurality Over Hager 18053 Third Term Talk Heard Again full official returns for IThoelection which were canvasse last week glvo Augustus E Willson a plurality over Mr linge- of 18053 The returns show that Mr Wlllson ted his ticket by about 7000 and that Judge Hager got 3000 more than tho balance of his ticket The official vote was as follows FOR GOVERNOR Wlllson Republican 2U481 linger Democrat 19642- 8Willsons plurality 18053- Plckctt Prohibition 6352 Andrews Socialist 1499 Arnold Socialist Labor 381 Willsons majority 9821 Total vote cast for all can didates for Governor 419141 I Vote in 1903 For the sake of comparison the vote in tho Gubernatorial contest in tho state In 1903 is given Beckham Democrat 229014 202764INagle Socialist 2014 Schmutz Socialist Labor 6J1i Total vote 43927 Votes for Minor Candidates The vote for tho minor candidates s as shown by tho returns was Lieutenant Governor Cox Republican 208428 Trimble Democrat 193407 Coxs majority 15021 Attorney General Breathltt Republican 206876 Hendricks Democrat 194658 Breathltts majority 12218 Auditor JamesnepubUcnn 2069200 Bosworth Democrat 193839 James majority 13081 Treasurer Farley Republican 205811- Lafoou democrat 193540 Farleys piajorlty 13271 Secretary of State t Bruncr Republican 206660- Vreelarid Democrat 193228 Brunets majority 13432 In the other races the vote of tho Democratic candidates sod tho Republicans ran practically the same as CtalUoed ao Sixth rift eo oeeeeetl oioloeoae eaoao I rIdlyI Keep Pace With it By Adver 0I0I woeoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoeoaoarOne 1 24 t MONEY TALKS The Surplus of a Bank How It la built up ind Whit It Is For Every good bank has a largo sur plus fund which has been built up a little at a time out of the earnings of the bank The bank makes money by selling money orders by collecting drafts and by loaning money out at Interest These are the ways in which a bank makes its money Now the law requires that every year at least onetenth of all the money a bank makes must bo set aside to cover any losses tho bank may have by reason of bad loans or any other cause This money which the law requires to be set aside every year out of the profits of the bank is called the banks surplus fund The balance of the profits remaining from tho earnings after the surplus has been set aside can be divided up among the stockholders as a dividend but no money can be paid out of the profits to tho people who hold stock In tho bank until at least onetenth of all the money the bank has made has been set aside and added to tho surplus fund The surplus being a part of the profits ot the business of course belongs to the stockholders who own the banks capital but the law will not allow any stockholder to draw out his share The only use to Which tho surplus can be put is to snake good any losses the bank may suffer If It is not used in this way it must be kept from year to year and allowed to accumulate It cannot be divided up among the stockholders This besides the capital which was explained last week the surplus also serves as an additional protection to tho depos itors who havo money in tho bank For example the net earnings of the Berea Banking Company now the Berea Dank and Trust Company for last year were 263538 Tho law re quired at least onetenth of this or 26354 to be added to the surplus fund But tho directors of the bank- did moro than the law required them to do and added 63538 to their Bur plus so that it now amounts to snore than 1000000 This is how the law protects the money of the depositors which they have left with the bank for safekeep bankdpeer by compelling the bank to set aside each year a tqnth of all its profits In a surplus fund and Third by making every stockholder liable to the depositors not only for the amount of the banks capital which ho owns but for that much in addition And this is why other things being equal the bank with n largo capital and surplus will boa safer bank to put your money in than one With a small capital and surplus Because the larger the capital and surplus are the larger Is the sum standing be tween tho depositors and any loss Berea Bank Trust Company THINGS TO THINK Of Life is the mirror of king and of slave Tls just what you are and do Then give to the world tho best you have And tho best will come back to you M S Bridges SPECIAL NOTICE r t Till further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to Richmond and return and the best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have over 500 worth of dental work done In buying Railroad ticket take receipt for money for the round trip fare and the re= a ccipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be ffirst class in every respect and to give good satisfaction Only best class of materials used DR V H HOBSON DENTIST FBOintHoz Richmond Ky d a 0- iBYQ7IU HENRY EY-trr3 s lmq 19 DAJRDliYt4 tz CHAPTER XIV Continued I took rctugo in slleuce I closed my eyes wearily Before I bid you good night sIr I think It right that you should know that your mother and sister arc In this hotel At the risk that you think me Impertinent I dare to hope that your meeting with them tomorrow may be tree from any embarrassment or un happiness Ho bowed stilly and loft the room I stared after him vacantly Tho dispatch ho had left gorgeous and bravo with Its royal crest and em bossing lay passively In my hand And now a new dilemma confronted me I was supposed to be under tho lufluence of an opiate they would not scruple to take from me the dispatch To allow that might give them such In formation as would make their con spiracy whatever Its nature the more effective To resist would tell them that I had been feigning- I must hide the papers Dut whore It was a bare little chamber my heart sank as I noted how bare- I leaped out of bed Again I threw open the shutters I could hear Capt Forbes speaking sternly if he could but hold them half a mlnuto In the garden below the marble basin of a dlrused fountain at onco caught my eyefi I tore the corner of the envelope Inserted my penknife to weight the packet leaned over the balcony and dropped It It fell squarely into the basin among the leaves and moss To regain the room was the work of in instant- I heard Captain Forbes wlih them cold good night and Madame do Varnlcr answer him mockingly Then the bedroom door was opened and Starva shuffled into tho room Who was that man t I demanded languidly and regarded him with list than eyes my hand to my forehead He shrugged his shoulders disdain ing to answer lIe has left some papers here by mistake Terhaps I muttered Indifferently and pretended to sleep I heard him moving about the room for some time Madame de Varnler and he whispered together I felt so little concerned as to the result of this search that I actually fell asleep The strain of tho evening bad exhausted me No doubt the search was extend ed to me personally I believe I was vaguely conscious of 1t- CHAPTER XV The Castle of Happiness You sleep soundly my friend Dr Starva was looking down at mo with grim Intentness It was not yet dawn His immense figure seemed even more huge than It was In this uncertain light It ap reared to threaten to menace me I And yet I welcomed his presence at least they had not made their escape I looked up at him with cool assur anceA light conscience giVes deep slum berDo we start so early Yes Your coffee is waiting for you In the salon- I dressed rapidly A certain depres lion would have been natural The night is tho time of follies with the morning come clear thought and prudence But not no with me It is true that I detested Dr Starva His meth ods were too gross his eyes were too closely set together his mouth too cruel and sensual I could have wished him out of tho game And yet I be lieved that I was a match for him Dut this woman who tempted and filled This woman whose beauty fascinated and whose treachery repelled I This woman who lied and prayed In the same breath AsI thought of her I was at once furious and eager I was ashamed to think bow eager I had pledged myself to the cold Dlaaa of my dreams For her Iran theso risks for her I might bo disgraced and a felon It was her gratitude I coveted her for tveness I craved And yet for the moment I was seek tig the flame and the glamour of the ether womanthis warm mysterious creature of diverse moods Her fantasUc chateau held out a iromiso not of happiness Indeed but jf the joy of doing of daring So as I dressed my spirits were ouoyant Tho little garden below halt hidden in tho mtst that camo rom the lao was fresh and charming In the rooming dew Patches of lowers brave in scarlet and purple and blue opened their eyes to the dawn I followed mechanically the graveled paths geometric and straight threading the sparkling lawns I looked eagerly down at the bat tered fountain choked with refuse I could see no trace of the long white envelope It was completely concealed by tho leaves- I found it Impossible to rescue the little v Aet from its hiding place My hostess and her cousin kept too care fed an eye on mo for that Dut It was a tolerably secure hiding place and frankly I was not sorry to leave tho I treat II my WKplIcity behind me i A faint breeze cold with the snow of tho mountains fanned my check Tho poetry of tho dawn thrilled me Before the evening came tho placid lake might be lashed into fury The trees now gently swaying might be bent and broken by tbo violence of tho storm Dut now the sky was clear When the storms camo I would try to meet them But before thoy did come why should I not enjoy tho pres enIT I threw open tho door and stepped Into the salon where coffee and Madame do Varnler awaited me She greeted me with vivacity Dut I was not blind to the cool glance that measured The fool has no suspic- Ions the eyes said whllo the lips asked how I had slept Admirably I answered gayly And we aro to start at once for your Castle of Happiness You have a sublime faith to still believe It that she questioned mock ingly as sho poured my coffee Why notr I cried mockingly la my turn la It not happiness to be with you madam 7 Pas des banalltes monsieur she replied with an impatient gesture But t Not Cool MealuredI Dot you really believe that the tire some Journey will repay you1 Since I am resolved to hear your secret yes Oh ungracious I She smiled at me ruefully 1 think I prefer an in sincere compliment to an awkward truthMadam It is not I who made the conditionAh are a very cautious friend monsieur I generally try to look before I I returned with composture I was not unwilling that she think It curiosity that prompted mo to accept the extraordinary invitation given so heed to convention She hall hinted that we were to be of mutual uso to each other but of this I was nkeptlcol I Accepted the Invitation precisely in the spirit In which it was given It would bo shocking form to say tho least to be a guest that one might have the opportunity to play the detective Dut the and I had placed ourselves beyond the pale of conventionality Either distrusted the other An armed trucethat was the that described our relations and she had suggested that word Dr Starva entered En route ho said gruffly The carriage is waiting- It was very early scarcely past five The night porter drowsyJoyed arid sul len took us down on tho elevator and put our luggage In tho carriage I confess I breathed moro freely when tbo hotel was some miles behind us and we had seen nejther Helena Brett nor Captain Forbes As Madame do Varnler had warned me the journey itself was long and tiresome nor did Madame do Vernier and her companion exert themselves much to relieve Its monotony- It was almost dusk when she pointed out to too tho pinnacles of her cha teau For the last hour the barrel had been struggling up a dusty road wind tag about the mountainside Forests of fir were on either side From far below came the Impetuous murmur a stream High above tho forests of fir trees there woro herds of cattle We could the faint jingle of tho cowbells Only rarely had thero been any view but the clear and pure at mosphere told me that tho tltltudo must be considerable Dut this sylvan scene suggested nothing of tho horror of a few days ago Tho mountains purplo and pink Vn tho dusk were too far away Suddenly there was a turn In the road Now we had an uninterrupted view of tho chateau across a green valley In this vaguo light Its towers and turrets seemed as unreal and ghostly as a fairy fabric At tho base of Its white wails a tiny village crouching close lath o chateau for protection found a jre carious foothold on the steep hillside There was a maze of red tiled roots highgabled and sloping tier upon tier of them each pierced by numbers of quaint dormer windows- A wild river fed by tho turbulent streams of the mountain snows flung Itself In headlong rago down the slop- Ing valley straight for the chateau as if to sweep it from Its base Reach- Ing the castle It spent its fury on tho rocks then as it baffled of Its prey made an abrupt half circle about the ipso and continued Its stormy career seeking a less powerful foe At last breathed Madame de Vnr nler my friend It prom- Ise diversion for you The village and tho castlo breathe the spirit of romance I cried with animationAh I What It I say to you she whispered that your de of romance has como I glanced toward Dr Starva whoso shaggy head was nodding Even we Was fund to the Glance That leap with little word hear Well does Americans madam are not indifferent to its glamour Dut too often tho ro mance of medievalism suggests dishonor She looked at me startled the shrugged her shoulders One must take the world as one finds It sho said indifferently- We were making the last stee ascent to tho village We crossed tho noisy stream the driver cracked his dllapldated cobblestones of a winding street It was too dark for me to see much of the quaint beauty cf this pictur esque village I caught a glimpse of tho timbered Rathaus Its gilt clock proudly conspicuous on tho squat tow er and of the fountain in front of It Its basin radiant with scarlet flowers There were little shops dimly lighted their wares heaped about the doors and windows As we passed women and children dropped delighted courtesies and the men took pipes from broadly grinning mouths and doffed their hats Evi dently Madame de Varnler was loved by this simple folk You seem to bo very welcome I vIIlagers dlallyiyou are the Lady Bountiful to theso simple people I suppose She smiled faintly I have been here for two summers lam the event of the year In theIr stupid lives I try to bring them a little pleasure When I leave I like to think that they remember me with love Then I should not havo said that tho glamour of romance is always as sedated with dishonor I ventured boldlyI sea no glamour in this ob siAiro village she replied yawning Dut tho chateau is a part of the vii lage I persisted Monsieur she crleJ passionately You weary me with Etisoless ques lions I gmled quietly LwtlhgdMadarao de Vernier to know definitely that It- t depended on her the part of Crrce or Lady Bountiful whether the armed truco was to continue or whether there was to be open warfare Wo turned at an abrupt angle from tho village street Wo were entering a mere passageway just wide enollchI for tho carriage It was either side by the houses of tho vII logo over tho arch too was a dwell ing Suddenly we emerged In a courtyard large enough to permit a i quad rou of cavalry to perform Its evplu tlons A low wall Inclosed It We drew up at tlio doorway I was wel corned by Madame do Vnrnlcr with exaggerate Reference Wo were at her Castle tt Happiness I felt the rMftntwKr of the welcome They looked OR lit na a puppet to move only when they putted the strings I saw too that I had not left in the hotel at Vltznu the chaiactei of Sir Morthucr Brett Dut bolero the next day was past 1 determined to rnow onco tor all the reasou of tills Jbneptlon I was do termlned to put 81 end to this farce CHAPTER XVI The Death Masle Again Ono docs not expect to fled la Switzerland grace and charm In archi tecture There are no hlHorlo cha teaux worthy of a pilgrimage Thlf castlo of Altcrhoffcn gave one the aim pie impression of sheer strength It was primitive and savage and bare of pretense to beauty as its founder must havo been A rather squat town of immense solidity tho root steep sloping they windows narrow and foe It would have been commonplace and ugly la the extreme had It not been for three smaller semicircular towers placed at each angle of the larger one Tho ef fect of this triangularshaped tower with Its three supporting towers was blrarre but not unpleaslng It prepared one for an Interior unique and InterestingWe beneath tho arched doorway severe and bare of ornament Into tho great hall At tho loft was the grand stairway the balustrades of oak massive and dark with age but ad mirably carved At the end of thhall on the right a Ore of logs TM blazing brightly The hooded mantel Gothic In design was also of oak and blackened with the smoke of coo turies A stand of banners stood near tho foot of tho stairway Not far fron tho fireplace was a curious spiral stair case leading to tho gallery that rai tho length of tho room above Tapes tries covered the bare walls and filled tho spaces between the narrow win dows that looked out on the court yard The furniture was of tho period of tho French Renaissance covered for the most part with stamped Icatb of gold and dull red I could not repress a cry of delight as I entered I bad passed In an In stant from the world of commonplace hotels and railway trains into an at mosphere of charm and beauty For no matter how Industriously the coa nofsscur in America may gather about him exquisite and beautiful things be cannot shut out tho scream of the railroad train ho cannot transplant across the seas the charm of medIeval- Ism that clings to castle walls It U one thing to see the Cluny with a guide book it is quite another to find ones self a guest at tho Cluny You llko my Castle of Happiness asked Madame do Varnler pleased at tho pleasure I showed It promises Its adventures I re pllod meaningly I have told you that your hour o romance has come Dut remember romance In these prosaic days Is a gilt of the gods given only to children and pools a few women and lovers and to tho very bold If you would claim the gift monsieur you must have something of the nature of fell of these This sincere trust of tho child you must certainly know what this Is monsieur delightfulndespise that A womans tenderness and a lovers ardor these too are daringpfile had whispered these rather comprehensive attributeas I walked across tho hall to tallow lag tho servant with my bag A rather large bill madam I lug gested humorously Oh but I am serious very serious I assure you that it is not sentimental talk I am afraid I must contradict you The daring of the hero for instance oven ono so optimistic as yourself could scarcely expect that of me Monsieur she protested earnestly I havo already told you that I refuse toibelievo you a coward Do you be llevo It yourself You know you do not The task I am to give you would appall any but the bravest heart It requires audacity absolute assurance and a clover brain DUt I believe in you You will not disappoint mo We dine in halt an hour Dr Slarva had stood with his back to tbo fire Ho called after nw scowl lug as I ascended the stairs You will find as 1 have suiii that madam s an admirable host Jut II tho guest is to bo quite happy be mutt accept the diversions madam offers and when they are offered It was not tho words so much as the tone that menaced Jt emphasized the conviction J already felt Dr Starva did not welcome my coming to the cas tlo As I reached the gallery I saw Madamo do Varnler address him al most fiercely I was not blind to hit sober contempt though evidently the woman was the ruling spirit here TO OB CONTINUED Do your work and your vttith will taka care oi lUeVC 9- I r t i JULIETS CHOICE Why She Decided She Would Go to Marysyllle Seminary There wasnt a great deal to choose between them Marysvlllo Seminary was located near the mountains Ell otford Seminary was surrounded by beautiful lakes Elolso James was RU- Ing to enter Marysvlllo while Laura Ford was about to become a student at ElloUord Seminary Elolso and Laura wore Juliets particular chums Now which school should sho at tendJuliet had by no means arrived at a solution of this Important problem up to this afternoon when with heels Impatiently drumming a tattoo she awaited tho coming of Eloise and Laura The three were going to take ono of their customary trips together tho last before school terms would beginMoment after moment flew still there was no sign of either of her two friends To pass away tho tlmo Juliet began to think again of tho semin ary riddle as she called It Dut oven that she gave up in despair glancing anxiously at tho clock as she slIdIto herself I suppose Ill have tend Marysvlllo halt tho time and Ell etford the other halt Julie was now beginning to feel a little annoyed at tho non arrlvaf of Marysvllle Had Won leapIeyes sparkling Thats exactly what Ill dot she exclaimed excitedly It Eloise comes first Ill go to Marysvlllo and If Lau ra is first Ellotford Jrlll be my choice Meanwhile Eloise and Laura were having llttlo troubles of their own Doth lines of trolleys which they used had stopped running for some cause or other After walling for some time Eloise determined to walk Laura stood In front of her house for a long tlmo un ill an automobile belonging to ono of her friends came by The friend of fered to tako Laura on her way and sho was soon comfortably seated In the auto Eloise and Laura ascended tho front stops of Juliols house at the very same time etfgateway Hello shouted Dick what shout that entertainment Laura Laura stopped to chat with Dick for a moment about the entertainment their society was to give on tho mor row In the meantime EloIse was ad mitted by Nora- Marysvllle had won Juliet never old how she had come to select this seminary nor did Dick over Imagine that he had unwittingly been tho ause of Ellotfords defeat Dut one cant help wondering what would have happened had both Elloso end Laura entered the room together Philadelphia North American Deer Hunting Mr Jones never tells about the time he went out to hunt deer and was hunted himself lIe had an Idea that It ho wore a pair of antlers on his head the deer would bo unsuspecting and ho could readily stalk his game Ho really got along finely for a time Having approached quite near tho deer he was just about to take a shot when bang rang out a shot not far from him and a portion of his antlers were shot away A party of hunters who had also come out to hunt had soon tho antlers and mistaken him for a deer Mr Jones had the narrowest escape of his life He still Insists that antlers are the best thing to wear when hunting doer but his friends all notice that be has never worn them again- Whipping the Prince- It is said that Prince Knit tho little son of tho crown prince of Denmark once threw a sponge In the face of his nurse at the end of a warm dispute Tho royal mother was sent for She decided that her eon was in the wrong and told rim to fetch a cane la order that he might be punished- A little later the prUce returned and politely handed two pebbles to his mother with the remark- I cant find the stick but here are two atones for you to throw at tao THE KINO AND THE ROBBfiRfc Story of a Persian Ruler and Hit Advisers A certain Persian king while tray cling In disguise with but tow attendants was waylaid by robbers who threatened to take not only his goods but his Ute Fooling powerless ho In wardly rnado u vow that If Ood would soften the hearts of thcao ruffians and restore him to safety ho would dis tribute all the money in V treasury to tho needy of his realm Tho robbers were frBhIcn off and the king reached his lacn unharm ed except for the loss 1 Ins pure that ho carried In his glrduv Desirous of keeping his vow he summoned his officers and ccinuiandod J Ho Was Waylaid by them to distribute all his RobbeIpoor But the officers and that would come out 1tolUG tho king still remained firm they servantsnotwhy not give us thy gold and thus fulfill thy vow- Bewildered at their false logic and desirous of doing right ho sent for the wise man of his kingdom and de termlned to abide by his decision The sage asked the king Of whom were you thinking when you made tho vow The poor or tho public sere Rata Instantly the monarch replied Of thepoorThen answered the wise man It Is to tho poor you aro bound to dis tribute thcuo funds for you are really not fulfilling your vow unless you do that which you Intended to do whoa It was made Tho king did as the sago advised TRUE Story of a Dig Newfoundland Dog and His Little Mistress Helens father owned a beautiful Newfoundland dog and Helen and the large shaggy animal were fast friends One day while the child was down at the shore playing with her little friends and hunting for shells she Inishe was standing on a cliff alone with tho water surging all about her Oh It was so still and Helen was so alone that she tried to scream but her throat was dry and no sound JHo Landed Her on a Safe Place getcame Then Ibo felt her head giddy and was falling Into the water when she hoard a shout and saw something splash through the water toward her She fainted but her friend the dog had found her and dragging her by tho apron he landed her on a sato place Of course Helen was dripping wet but otherwise she was Unhurt thanks to good doggie who never left her side until she was ready to join her little playmates on the beach Some IIdIedconsolable He followed the mourn 1 ors to tho churchyard and once there ho stretched his big body over I his masters grave and kept guard The members of tho family tried by every trick to entice him home but the faithful friend would not go They brought him food This too ho re fu dRnda few days later Helen found him lying dead over her fathers t last resting place Looks Suspicious Mrs Drown looked around her un en4V3 Do you know she said to u Mr Drown Im expecting every mla uto to hear the doorbell ring and to b told that Clarence Is In some dreadfi mischief j What makes you think that asked Mr BrownAUm hes been so good all day and this morning he took down one of his Ionbook and studied for nearlj two hours r L IIIn buying Olivo Oil it pays to gat the best T Italian Olive Oili That is Absolutely Pure You need be troubled by no qualms e of doubt regarding the Olive Oil that we sell You can come to this store with every assurance that you will ont ly be offered the purest and the best lTlis is important ill view of tHe tadulterations of Olive Oil on j t As the a market food tonic and medicine there are few preparations for many cases of illness and exhaustion that app proach Pure Olive Oil Halfpint bottle 250 Plut bottle soc I The Porter Co IINCORroUUD I a 00008000000800000000000000000o 0 1 ooo o o o- oj GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0- o o o ooooeoeoooooeo A Union Thanksgiving service will be held at the College Chapel today at ten oclock The sermon will be preached by the Rev John Grant Newman and the praise service will be led by Prof lUlne Thus will be a genuine union service and all the members ofall the churches are cor dially urged to be present The Rev Dr and Mrs A E Thom son who have ben making an ex tended trip thru the South following thitr visit to Washington returned home Mendy night and are being cordially welcomed by their many friends here T H Horton who was operated on by Dr Cowley here a short time ago and has been home recovering Is nearly well and expects to be back soonThe most enterprising toro keeper is the one that gives the best service The advertiser is the most enterpris fog merchant Read our ads to tee who is most enterprising and will give you the beat service Miss Ella Fowler daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Fowler of this place was recently married at Corbin to- M Birdsong of Macon Georgia Her many friends Join In sending their congratulations Tho couplo will make their homo In Macon for tho A present Mr and Mrs Clare Canflold became tho happy parents of A son lost Wed nesday Mother and child arc both I doing well Frank Ltvengood tho populnr assis tant cashier at thq Korea Dank and Company went north Monday 1Trust to marry Miss Annie Cooper a former Boroa student at her homo C In Mt Vornon Ohio It was expected that the ceremony would bo performed I Wednesday at the brlfaa home and that tho couule would upend Thanksgiving day with Mr Iilvin goods grandmother at Ravenna 0 I Mr and Mrs Llvingood aro expected to arrive hero on Monday and will CflltonJer friends in congratulations and tho beat of good wishes Lester 11111 who has gone to his uncles ranch In California for a year writes that ho has made tho trip safely and has already g no to york Flave One Doctor In running from one 1doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him Do not delay but consult him in time when you arc sick Ask his opinion of Ayers i Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds Then use It or not lust as he says w publlih our formulas m We bon lob oleahol- I Aiersfromourmodlolauwe coniuit doctor your Always keeps box or Ayers Pills in the house Just one pill at bedtime now and then will ward off an attack of biliousness indigestion sick headache How many years your doctor known these pills Ask him about them Wad by tbt J O ijrtr Co Lowell Sin r t 800008000000 ranchIYoung Mr Yerkes who came down for a few days shooting with Mr Ogg had tine success and went home with a bag of about a hundred birds Visitors Day In the college model schools will bo next Friday December C and all parents and friends ot chil dren In the schools are Invited lo spend the afternoon from 130 to 330 In visiting the different grades and the various branches such as stoyd cooking sewing horticulture carpen try etc For this occasion all the schools will be in session in the In dustrial Building In every room there will be regular class work with an exhibition ot what the school is do- Ing The teachers ot tho model schools cordially Invite all friends of the schools to be present If you havo something you want to sell tell about It It you want to bu- j something ask for It Advortlsfng- docs both In too cheapest and best I wayMiss Grace Baker visited relatives at Wallaceton Saturday I Harry Klnnard who graduated from College last June and has been trav eling In the Dakotas for a business firm has come back for Thanksgiving and Is being cordially welcomed by his many friends Charley Burdette attended tho show at Lexington Saturday night Mrs J O Harrison and daughter Bess are visiting relatives In Lox Ington and Paris Miss Ted Cook who was reported very Ill last week Is ablo to bo out again Mrs J R Lyon who haa been making an extended visit with her aunt Mrs J J Brannaman will return to her homo In Ashland Ky FridayMiss draco Adams returned homo yesterday from a short slay in Rich mond Miss Grace Blanton of Apbury Ky Is visiting her sister Mrs Laura Gabbard 5 Mrs Sarah Spurlock and family whc m m n Tho Telephone Company hopes that air and after December 1st the patrons will coopcrato with tho operators for better telephone service by calling for connection by number only Not only will tills plan save time for tho telephone operators thus promoting better service but It will save both lime and troublq fur all parties con corned If you arc n telephone subscriber and have not yet received a copy of tho now directory call con trllllnnd wo will try to see that your need Is supplied Tho following now names may Qi added to tho directory Drlck Yard College Phone No 1C7 Clagett Mrs M H Phono No Dt mark S L Phone No 179 Combs Henry Phone No tf4- Shockloy Wm Phono No 176 14 SOCIETY IS PROPER ANYWHERE You have ought nlco shoes but they hurt your feet Tho Society +hoe for women la different front most shoes they tit and feel good tram tho start and dqiit hurt MRS S R BAKERS have been living on Center street for some time will move back to their homo hear Paint Lick tho first of the week Miss Gay Miller a student hero- In school Is In tho Hospital suffering from throat trouble Clare Canflclcla father anti moth er from Ohio aro visiting him Miss Grace Parks and her small brother of Hugh Kywere in town MondayMrs Dave Dense who lived on Mt Vernon street was burned Sunday Mrs Bongo has been a great sufferer for some tlmo John E Fish who is now an ex tenslvo land owner near Quanah Texas is here visiting his son Hu bert who Is 111 In the hospital with typhoid Mr Fish will remain hero until his son Is better 00000000000000 0 I College Items i- o 0- o oHERB AND THERE io U 0000000000000W C Kelly whom many In Berea will remember as a student hero writes from Osmond Nebraska tell ing of hits success Ho has recently gono to that placo as pastor of tho- M E Church there after a three years pastorate at Page Ho has received another good offer but decided not to leavo the part ot the state where ho Is While at Page he had forty confessions and received thirtyfour into the church raised for church benevolences C26 and for Improvements fSOO He asks to bo remem bered In the prayers of tho Borsa people Arch Clark who recently went to Colorado for his health returned to Bcrca Monday Arch will make his home in Berea for the present It may be news to many of his old friends that he was married to Miss Hattie Beatty last August- A letter came this week from Clark Hylton who Is teaching in Knott County lie writes that he and his sister Belle and his brothers Frank and Jesse have been conducting a Sunday School near their home It Is a pleasure to know that our boys get Into Sunday School work When they leave Berea Albert E Winship of Boston Mass with Prof Roark of Richmond Ky were College visitors last Friday Mr Hudson preached at the Parish House Sunday morning The subject of his sermon wan Prayer Prof flame preached at United Chapel Sunday night Tho Music Department gave a recital at tho Chapel Wednesday night at 330 oclock Only the students taking music were present Miss Della Smith teacher vhowas 111 the past week was ablo to take up her duties Monday Mrs Jennie Lester Hill and Miss Boworsox returned last week from n ten days trip In the Interests of the College Mondaylecturo Prof a D Lewis returned Tuesday from a ten days trip Edith Frost whoIsrecovering from scarlet fever at tho General Hospital at Greenwich Conn has received many letters from friends hero in Bores but has been unable to answer them because ot tho danger of send ing tho disease in any letters going out of the sick room So silo has sent this letter dictated to her mother who wasbuUId6i General Hospital Greenwich Conn November 17 1907 Dear Friends J tbank you for your letters I have read tHem more than once This morning I read Worn all to mamma through the window- I cant sand out letters fpr fear they may carry gesrlet fever eo lUlU dictating title through the window Thera arc eight children in tho hos lliaylsames am nfrald I shall not be out for Thanksgiving I am having quite a good tlmo for being sick Ijovo to all Edith Frost- P STlho above letter chls little Idea of Ediths Joy over her letter I stood on the lou round of a ladder with my ear against tho window ijano while sho read twentyone letters As sho finished each she would ox claim Isnt that flue Isnt that Just like hurl The news and the cheering Apices of the dear Berea friends dd moo good too t Ediths Mother j r r IN QTATCii B F French Trial On At Beattyvllle Tobbaco War Crisis Near Louis Wile Strike Drags on Outside of the Powers trial which is reported in another column the most Important happening of the week n1Fultthe alleged shooting of Dr Cox A special vcnlro was summoned from comImonwealth tho ground that too many Democrats had been summoned tho attorney later withdrew tho objection and the venlro was accepted Tho jury was then selected and the taking of test- Imony was begun A crisis seems near in tho tobacco war It Is a question of whether tho trust or tho association can hold out tho longest and probably neither can hold out long There is little cash to bo had and conditions in the tobacco market are unsettled eo that either sldo may be forced to give In at any timo now Meanwhile tho fight has gone on about as usual Tho peaceful army has invaded Gray son County a barn near Hardlns burg has been burned and other sim- Ilar things have been done Tho movement against planting any crop next year is growing The Green RIv- er District Association has voted not to do so and at a meeting of indepen dents at Mt Sterling similar action was taken The Louisville strike has dragged along with the strikers apparently losing but making a great deal of trouble for all tho people living in that city Cars have been run pretty regularly during parts of the day on some lines but the service has been very poor The end of the strike is not Inlilght- The opening of the hunting season has resulted in the usual number of people being killed The most Important man killed was W F Booker a well known Louisville merchant who was shot by his own gun Several other men have been shot some friendstIt was officially announced In Lex ington Sunday by the directors of the Union Bank and Trust Company that tho cash of the bank had been found short 1927790 E It Baker assistant cashier of the bank ac knowledged to the directors that he had taken tho money and had lost it in gambling In the buckctshops The directors have made up the defalcation and the bank opened Monday as usual seenItyfortythreo were married in Rich mond last week Both parties are highly connected and well known throughout the state John C Morgan a former U S Marshall who was serving out n tine of U25 in Richmond for Illegal liquor soiling gave his guards the slip last week and escaped One of tho most sensational shoot Ing affrays in tho history of Laurel County occured in London last week when Jas Sparks former county com monwealth attorney and ono of the best known lawyers in tho state was shot and instantly killed The shooting was done in tho Circuit Clerks office by Robert Boyd Jr Master Commlsloncr of the Laurel Circuit Court and one of tho rising young lawyers of tho state Court was in session and hundreds of people swarmed around tho dead man and created npanlc Tho shooting fa said by eyewitness to have been on slight provocation duo to a petty quarrel over a settlement Boys was making in a suit In which Sparks represented ono side Boyd surrend ered to the sheriff and WaS taken to jail Prof S L Chandler a teacher in thou Now Castle High School was tak Sn seriously 111 with smallpox whllo h was in tho school room and it is feared that many cases among the children he was teaching will follow Thorn Court of Appeals decided hat Wftlonal banks In this state wllljhavo to pay taxes on the government bonds that they hold Tho cyo Ihaa been a hard fought ono and Will mean n pray heavy loss to tho banks Miss Annie Lcoblti a Gorman girl reached Frankfort early last week to marry William Loehlo a sweetheart that sho had not seen for yearsMlto- could not speak a word of Bngllsh and tho bridegroom had to interpret to her everything that the preacher said In marrying them Honry E Youtey has petitioned Gov Beckham to pardon him before ho goes out of office The governor has told him he says that his pardon will receive only tho same consider ation that tho thousand others are before him will A boy of fifteen shot and killed a negro who throw popper Inhiseyes- and triedd to rob him in Georgetown early last week G D HOLLIDAYBEREA BANK AND TRUST BLDC Berea Kentucky I RealEstate HOUSESand LANDSBOUGHT I and SOLD Fair Prices 3 ALLTERMS FOR TIlE Mutual Life Insurance Co NEWARK N J BEST oetllIOJ1I80Ot8CHEAPEST 0oco 00 OCO O O Necessity is the IImother of invention have suffered with their feet years could not get nice shoe that would not SocietyhoeconfonningOso simple that there is beauty and II comfort in every pair I Thousands oE women have o ruined their feet because their J alongIIThats why the Society 0shoe was necessary Then necessity for nice dress shoe that wont pinch A theLI 4IIseller at the t Uprice we found have g O STAR ARE 01 BAKERg u OOIi inni ICosby and I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the and largest room in busyhousewlCefrom rolls to a ThanUffiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron and bottoms ranking it last for years repairs Made Only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA S R BAKER b AVVingRi DENTIST tile linurm front S to 4 i cur Jhun ma fJ Teem eitrscledwitheul pain StmnofotmV f Rim MI limIT YOU- ILEYES 0 A t7lnersI tfKRLUr r r Jowulor Engraver Over lli Itnuk- Bercai Kentucky Dr W G BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER OFFICE I 1a F In I surance POLICIESfor to SUIT t Ladies from S loooSooo Benefit oWomen for n a rr 1Z 0 350 i SHOES fETTER t o- zOoxIIn Patent AirTight Baker Heater I coldest light heater made tops without t POST Policies AGENT n BRAND IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made C F HANSON LICENSE EMBALMER TTNDERTAKERi Successor to Do R Robinson All tall promptly attended to ulMi ud it Trleplin N 4 Irrra Ur LApAYISMDi OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 50 + CENTER ST I x WANTEDLocal representative Berea and vicinity to look after rejnewals and Increase subscription list of a prominent month ymaglitn ua a salary and commission basis Experience desirable but not necessary God opportunity for right person Address Publisher Box 59 Station 0 New York 4 r ti- s The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published every Thursday It Dem Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporntvd J Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN ADVANCU One TarSi-x Monthi ro Three Mouths MoneyOutercent stamp The date after name en label shows to what dote your uWilption Is paid If II la not changed within Iliite week after renewal ootlly u Missing numbers will be gladly aupplled if we are notified lubscrlrUoDdIJberal terms given to any who obtain new subscriptions for us Any our Kudini us tout y early can reclcveTheCltitcn fre lot himself lot one urAdvertising rate on application pewees or I ERNTVCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Theso mlsmated couples who kill each other and themselves might with propriety lift up their eyes and see how wide tho world is Tho record of the Alps of eighty people killed and twentytwo Injured during the season almost puts theta In the automobile class A tansat paper are used a year In the printing industry of the country That looks as If woo as a nation were reading some A property owner In Kingston a London suburb has posted a notice that no grandchildren or cats will be allowed on his premises The later the fruit the better it has fared this year Grapes and winter pears for Instance are a pretty fair crop It was the early blossom that the frosts caught Let all who think they have sound ed the depths of human woo take heart in contemplating the fate of the Nevada man whose wife gets drunk frequently by eating onions Many awhocan comprehend perfectly the heinousness of illegal r liquor selling In a beer Joint after Hours can not see the slightest Impropriety in his automobiles showing Just what Is In her p Gov Woodruff of Connetlcut sayi that people are now BO thoroughly informed that It they are robbed by financial schemers it Is entirely their own fault This seems to materially reduce the ranks of tho innocent in Tcstor The men behind the muskets are protesting against their paltry sti pend of n3 a month Better pay and better treatment remarks the St Louis GlobeDemocrat will give tho war department better soldiers The news that tho treasury department has decided to call in all tho outstanding 10000 bills says the St Louis Times falls as a harsh and un expected blow upon those of us who have been collecting souvenirs Aeronauts are basing vast expecta Lions upon the aeroplane typo of airship but every public attempt to show what these hcavierthanair flyers can do has resulted in demonstrating that there la no telling what sort of capers an aeroplane will cut when It lifts into the air Tho men who is said to have ac companied Gen Phil Sheridan on his famous ride from Winchester twen ty miles away died at his home laIt a Pennsylvania village the other day lie may have accompanied Sherldafl on that historical occasion but the part he played was quite too small to bring him any personal recognIUonICleveland Plain Dealer 1 A SouthDakota has passed onIordinance forbidding male and female persons to loiter on the steps of any c church public building or doorway 01I visitingastreet alley or lot or other obscure place for the purpose of flirting in the evening In other words says the Houston Poet the South Da kota idea is to get married people di vorced and to embarrass as far as possible the efforts of those who de ate to become mergered A blew York bank cashier stole n8009 because a woman told him to do it It is wonderful bow well men obey womea sometimes There are many cases of this kind on record since the day Adam took the apple Just to please Eve but how few are the Instances ot- which we have record whero mear ofsintold them tot And it is all the more basbeen I abe made the acquaintance of man r EnglandsIf the wife is dead Is Jt not aboutItime asks the Brooklyn to 4iaact a law In America tot the pro lection of tho wifes mother froMn therAlleged sunny man who never wasLtunny T 1 ulil Sfamtaium In Auwrtrau Jutaurutl Sfusftfitfiutts By ANDREW CARNEGIE All this flurry of the day the excited actors will shortly be talking of as a reminiscence of the past Wondering why they didnt see how fleeting it was to be nnd resolving that they will not bo carried away again so easily with the rush of wild speculation when prices go sky high nor so unduly cast down when puces fall But you know where the path is paved with good resolutions Even if those in trouble todaj did act more conservatively next time there would b a crowd of new and less experienced speculators tc repeat tho old folly It seems probable that we are to go through t periodof contraction Extraordinary crops may postpone it again but come this contraction will sooner or later as certain as the tides riot and fall and the contraction will be and must bo in strict proportion tc the expansionThis a law which cannot be evaded It lies in the nature of things The decline in prices would have been much greater had the people not been assured that investments in the stocks and bonds of corporations are hcreaftciTlo be safeguarded to a much greater degree than ever before No railroad corporation in Europe can increase its capital or iff bonds or can mergo with another without first obtaining authority frorr a recognized tribunal Even Canada has its commission for this purl 05e It is not only right but necessary to supervise such corporations as we do our banks They are creatures of the state enjoying many privileges and tho interests of the nation must be protected There is no impediment to the return in due season of another period of wholesome because neededexpansion of our resources which art rapidly rendering those of other countries of less importance This will require capital which will certainly flow to us from abroad even more abundantly than before because our new loans will give security to the foreign and our own investors hitherto lacking Such safeguards should not be objected to by the honest official nothing less should be demanded by the people and nothing less should the government give All we have to do is to convince the world that our laws protect the investor as carefully as those of other civilized countries Nu1 rat tt ustlial rahttttg By JAMES A EMORY Secretary of the Citizens Industrial Association NELSON The statistics of edu cation show that bctwccr 5000000 and GOOOOOf children entered tlu schools of this country ir the early weeks of September Of this great army less titan 100000 will enter the colleges and institutions of higher education Less than 250000 will continue into the high schools The great majority numbering probably 5000000 will leave school from choice or necessity between the ages of ten and sixteen mot of them at twelve to fourteen Of these a small proportion will receive some sort of preparation for clerkships and office positions from schools of stenogra phy and business The others will have no training in the use of their hands and will be fitted to rank only as unskilled labor the supplof which is steadily augmented by the great volume of immigration A boy out of this army of untrained workers may learn to operate a single machine but he will be like the young man referred to in a recent report on this subject who has worked for four years in turning out a single part of a machine but had no knowledge as to how it fitted in with the other parts Such a man can not be called a mechanic He has none of the familiarity with the use of tools and tho purpose of his work that is need cd to stimulate his interest in his task and to make it easy for himto turnout one thing and another The chances are that he can not make even the simplest repairs on the machine that ho operates Specialization in industry and the use of machinery is bound to continue and to increase but the man who has learned in his impressionable years to use his hands and to acquire familiarity in tho relation of various appliances is certain to become a better workman than one who gets his knowledge haphazard and without following any systematic course That is part of the pur pose in industrial education It is to make mechanics instead of machines of the workers cs well as to impart thorough knowledge of one particular subjectWhile the work of special institutions may serve to meet tho needs of the particular localities in which theyarc situated or even to satisfy requirements of some restricted industries in the matter of skilled labor it is held by those who have studied this question that the only means of solving the problem presented by the 5000000 schoolchildren who are growing up with no prospects of special industrial training to fit them for one of the skilled trades is by the adoption of a comprehensive system of trade education under the cooperation of the nation and the states tIun n ar11iunlr- ylIuUittg By LUTE FAIR There is never a deed or desire in this worltl if strong enough that na ture doca not respond to There is less courtesy on the part of men of today towards women because there is less need of it TL Tho more independent women become the less gallant men become Equality of the sexes reduces the demand made upon certain qualities in men hence the de mace of tho supplythe active display of those qualities Our grandmothers had one occupation that of homemaking Tho occupation f the women of today is legion Our grandmothers were homoqueens n those days when a man married ho thought if he did not sayt The nother of my children the queen of my heart and home In those nore primitive times women led more sheltered lives They swmcd ndccd the gentler sextho weaker vessel Poets called them tho clinging ivy and man thetsfrong oak This very dependency and reaknesfl caused tha cod Unit God had planted in tho heart of man for- omans defense and protection to burs into bloom and Jo the beauti flower of chivalry w I ROOTGRNTIiEODING I YOUNQ SOLDIER WEDS DAUGH TER OF SECRETARY OF STATE IS A BRILLIANT AFFAIR President Vice President and Other Distinguished Quests Present Union Is Purely a Love Match Washington In the presence of President and Mrs Roosevelt tho VicePresident and Mrs Fairbanks tho justices of tho supreme court and their wives several senators representatives and other distinguished guests Miss Edith Root on Wednesday became the wife of Ulysses Simpson Grant 3d Lieutenant United States Engineer corps Tho wedding was generally recog nized at the capital as being tho sec ond in social and official Importance that has taken place during the noose Velt administration there being only less interest in tho marriage than In that which centered about tho marriage of Miss Roosevelt to Mr Long worthTho bride Is tho only daughter of Secretary of State and Mrs Elihu Root while tho groom as everyone knows from his name is the grandson of General Grant Ills father being General Frederick Dent Grant of the rh I q I MRS U 3 GRANT I army Lieutenant Grant Is a nephew of Mrs Potter Palmer of Chicago I The ceremony wu performed by Rev Dr Strykcr of Hamilton college who waa for several years tho pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian church at Rush and Superior streets Chicago and who was a college friend of Secretary of State Root a friendship that Is to be made tho closer by tho mar tinge of the secretary son to the college presidents daughterI Tho tying of the bonds united two young people who aro very much In love with each other There Is not a I whisper in any quarter that position or name had tho least thing In tho world to do with the engagement The former Miss Root has always rather shunned the gayer life of the capital and Lieutenant Grant has never been any too fond of It Ho ls studious and so is his bride and both are of domestic Inclinations U won j a good oldfashioned American wed ding with Cupids heart engaged in every detail Tho cards of Invitation to tho wed ding read as follows The Secretary of Stale and Mm pleaureiat the marriage ot their daughter EDITHto LIEUT ULY88E8 8 GIIANT 3d United States Corps t t Engineer on the afternoon of Wednesday the 27th of November at four oclock at WOO Rhode Island avenue In the City of Washington Present at the wedding were Ellhu Root Jr and Miss Allda Stryker daughter of Dr M Woolsey Stryker president of Hamilton college Mr Root who is the oldest son ot the secretary of state will marry Miss Stryker Just ten days from the day that saw his sister married to Lieu tenant Grant Tho Invitations to the wedding were jeatrlcted as far as Washington was concerned to the persons who must be invited The local invitations were about 260 in number and they Includ ed only the closest family friends and those persons who hold such omclal positions that they had to of neces sity be Invited to bo present The out ot town invitations greatly outnumbered those given in Washing ton but there were comparatively few of the outof town guests present The A Wireless Addenda Mr DaconI seo a Japanese elec trician has Invented a wireless system which is asserted to be superior to anything now In uo Mrs BaconOractoua mel Are bus tees comma in stylo once more really Yonkers Statesman submarineCables This world contains altogether 1750 submarine cables totaling 200000 mUM in length and dropped into their watery bed at a cost of 275000000 wish of tho secretary of slate and lili family too for that matter was to have the wedding company ns small as possible nnd the ceremony marked by attending simplicity or tho grooms family there were present his tattler and mother General nnd Mrs Grant his aunts Mrs Nclllo Grant Sartorls and Mrs Potter Pal mer and several of his first cousins ono of whom Mrs Sartorls daughter Vivian not long ago married Frederick Roosevelt Scowl ft cousin of Presi dent Roosevelt and so although rather Indirectly a connection Is es tablished between tho Root and the Roosevelt families by tho RootGrant niarriago The Root residence where tho ceremony took place belongs to former VICDProsldont LevI P Morton who occupied It for months between tho times of tho leaving of Count Casslnl who leased it for tho Russian ttmbas say quarters and Its renting for rOil dence purposes by Secretary Root White the wedding party was compara tively small the house is big enough to hold a multitude It stands on a triangular piece ot ground with Scott Circle at ono end Fifteenth street at the other end and a street on each stele Lieutenant Grant and Miss Root were married In the great south room on tho first floor of tho residence a room which Is as long as the house Itself It is n hugo drnwing room known In tho days when tho Countess Cousin presided over social affairs in tho residence ns tho yellow room Mss Hoot had no bridesmaids Sev oral of Lieutenant Grants classmates and other army officer friends were present at the wedding and his cousin Potter Palmer Jr of Chicago was his best man After thu wedding Lieutenant Grant and his brldo left for a short honey moon trip They will go to Clinton N Y to bo present December 7 at tho wedding of tho brides brother and Mist Strykor From there Lieutenant Grant will take his bride directly to Boston where In the suburb of Brook line there is a pretty little house awaiting their occupancy The houso was selected by tho bride whoso mother recently has Interested herself in furnishing It completely tOt housekeeping Lieutenant Grant was ordered a short time ago from Wash ington to Boston to carry on his en gineering duties under the direction of Major Edward Burr who has charge of O river and harbor work along the Massachusetts coast Miss Root made her debut In New York several seasons ago and has twice been a cabinet girl although she was extremely young when her father was secretary of war In Presi dent McKinlcya second administra tlon She Is a gifted linguist an ac com llshod musician and Is devoted to outdoor sports She Is an expert horsewoman and her smart trap Is familiar to all the uptown sections of Washington Lieut Grant has served as military aid at the white houso during the last two seasons acting with Capt FtUhugh IXK Jr and Lieut Philip Sheridan He Is a nephew of Mrs Pottor Palmer ot Chicago hat mother being Miss Louise Honoro sister of Mrs Palmer He ISA brother of Princess Cantacu zend of Russia who was Miss Julia Dent Grant and the only child of tho Grant family born In the white house IJcut Grants early education was obtained In Europe while his father was minister to AuntriaHungary and LIEUT U S GRANT 3D ho then spent four years In a state military school founded by Empress Maria Theresa He entered Columbia college In New York OB his return to the United States and was graduated In 1898 when he at onco Joined his father in Porto Rico where he had Ills first experience in Jvararo At the end of a year he entered West Point graduating sixth in his claw of 1902 Ho was ordered at once to the Philippines where hq did good service for three years and returning to the United States was ordered to Wash ington barracks Plague of Nerve Sufferers welldoflnedphobia which nerve sufferers aro plagued MoBophobla or fear of being alone castrophobta or fear of cloccdln crowds or Of broad open spaces In spaces a goraphobla or fear of goingtogreat remedy for all these Pfd similar SamuqMcCombautosuggestion WAS OFFERED BRIBE GOMFERS TELLS FEDERATION OP ATTEMPT TO CORRUPT HIM 1 HIS STORY IS VERIFIED Purported Agent of Manufacturer Association Offered Immunity and Money If He Would Betray Labor Norfolk YaAgrcat sensation was created In tho American Federation I of Labor Wednesday afternoon by President Gompore In his speech re plying to the attacks upon him and other officers of tho federation by the Manufacturers association when he told of an alleged attempt to bribe him at tho Victoria hotel Now York + In October by a young newspaper man giving his name as Charles Brandon burg President Gompora sold tho man doIdared that ho represented tho Na leash Manufacturers association and WAS prepared to otter him Immunity from all exposure and make him tlnan dally secure for the remainder of lute life It ho would sign a certain vapor and otherwise aid In the exposure of tho other loaders In tho American Federation of Labor with a vIew tOo virtually destroying the Influence or organized labor Verifies His Statement Tho paper President Gompora said was to purport to have been signedOl when ho Campers was 111 This paper Mr Gompcra said ho hatE presorTed and while deathlike still ness prevailed In the convention Presi dent Compere drew forth Iho original document and read It Mr dampers during his recital ot the alleged at tempt at bribery called upon different delegates present who were with hits at times at Interviews with Brandon burg to verify Ms statements This tho delegates rising In their seats did I At tho close of President Compere speech there was a great demonstra Ion oven Victor U Berger of Milwau kee tho RoolallsUc opponent of Mr I Comport declaring that although ho had at convention after convention bitterly opposed tho reelection of Presi dent Gompera he will bo the one thus year to move to make his election unanimous with a vote of confluence not only to President Gompers but also to the other officials of tboAinorl cnn Federation of Labor Er This declared Mr forger is the answer of tho socialists to tho Manu facturer association y- Brandenburgs Side of It New York Broughton Branden burg president of tho National In itltuto of Immigration and a mug oxlno writer said Wednesday night that ho was the man referred to by President Gompcra Ho em phatically denied that ho had attempt ed to bribe Compere He also stated that ho had no connection with the National Manufacturers association and that his dealings with Gompersywere solely In the interests of a publ- iCAtion which ho represented lie himself he said had beep tho Intend ed victim of a plot that failed He do dared that Oompers statement was an effort to forestall the effect ot what he knew was about to bo published FIGHT DESPITE GOV CUMMINS Militia Captain May Be Punished for Not Stopping Mill Des Moines laAdJt Gen Thrift of the Iowa National guards will order an Immediate Investigation of the conduct of Capt Kulp of Daren port who was ordered late Thursday afternoon by Gov Cummins to as iffourththo prize fight scheduled for thatr r night It is tho laiprculon of Adjt Gem Thrift that the light at Davenport was w a prize fight and In clear violation of ttholaw and that under tlio strict ar r CaptKUIplt Tho fight took place but no decision easilydefeated f b FATAL PANIC AT FUNERAL w One Man InjuredNearYork tt York PaEli Gross of Zlons View Y was probably fatally Injured and eight other persons were hurt in a paulo in Quicker church six mlle north of this city Wednesday While tho funeral of the victims of last Saturdays double murder was in progress a report gained currency thatKthe building was falling The church b was crowded to Its door To aggra rate tho rumor the heating stove was h 1 tpushed over The congregation Im mediately became frenzied and a 1 struggle ensued among the people to escape from the building If1t Tahiti prince Accused of Fraud Francisco 1IftrlIcocourtfraudlag an automobile livery corn pany and WI other of falling to pay aboard bill t Jury In Lewis Trial Disagrees rSt Loula The Jury In the case of Edward G Lewis mayor ot University City who was charged with having p used the malls fraudulently In organiz n lag and establishing the Peoples Unit td State bank disagreed Friday I t r1 p ftllill rIb tfJEARMr m AN OLDFASHIONED DROGUE Easy to Make and Will Prove Handy i f to Have on the Farm l vtiT rDroguo Is an oldfashioned word applied to a low drag or sled somo generaluao7 V today 80 accustomed are wo to the a regulation stonoboat that most ot us do not know that there is a still more s Heme Made Handy Drogue handy arrangement that is fully at easy to build and bettor to use because It cannot slide sidewise on a hill Select a small treo that has a bend In it the shapo of a sled runner iand split It with a sharp saw while It Is green It taws fastest and easiest while frozen Saw or how tho bottom and top nat so planks about four feet long may ho pinned to it Uore the r front ends so a heavy stake with a shoulder may be Inserted to prevent the runners from drawing together and tho drogue Is done It is handy Z V for all work but may need side rally 1spiked to it If small planks aro not r easy to obtain now that the old up and down saws are not in use GIVE IT THOUGHT OriMtSfor Pastures and Meadows Are A of Prime Importance f Tho question of the best grasses to grow In our pastures and meadows is ah Important ono Some of the grasses we now grow have been cut tivated for much longer periods ol time than mot people suppose We havo from England the perennial rye- grass and that has boon In cultiva tlon In England for moro than SOO years As early ns 1677 It was men limned by tho old writers on agrlcul ture Orchard grass Is regarded as a now grass in this country yet It has been cultivated In England for more than ilOO years It may have boon cult rated tong before that for It Is said to have been grown in Virginia as early III 17C4 Timothy grass is well known In several countries but wo know little of Its origin U was probably developed slowly from Its wild form Its name Is said to have originated In North Carolina or Vir ginia Its principal cultivator in those two states Will a man by the name ot Timothy Hansen who roust have grown It as early as 1750 It Is said to have originated In North tArnorlca and to havo been taken to England This Is contrary to tho pro Talllnn public opinion which Is that U originated In England FARM FACTS The bettor tho steer tho moro out door exposure can ho stand In a cold climate Tho market for poultry products Is j j bound to Improve continually with the Increase of population Stock feeding Is a science that now needs to be studied closely on account of the high prices that must be paid for stock teed- Leached ashes are sometimes an valuable for soils ns unlcachcd ashes This Is true on soils that already have In them all tho potash they need If the horses aro kept comfortable and the stables clean during the changing weather of tho fall thera Rill bo much saved In doctors bills It v Is the Cyo9itro during ibo fall of tho 7 Scar pnd not the excessively cold weather In the winter that causes horso ailments It should bo remembered that the no grainOiabaaduM of grass or roughness of r Ierne at all times of the year to slake a profitable growth It green grass can sot bo provided then giro clover or alfalfa hay Value of Seed Corn r Ears of corn aro not always as val t Mfeie as their appearance would ladl alts Excellence may be Inherent or r extraneous An ear of corn which Is sYplead because of Inheritance is much r ore to be desired than one Which r owes Its superiority to especially favorable surroundings As ordinarily selected from tko shock wagon or f crib a very Jarge per cent of seed ears are excellent because they have grown under much wore favorable surround i j legs than Ute average Indeed It is probable that It we could follow each 1r of these choice seed ears back to the Held where they grew we should find 80 to 90 pal cenL of thorn growing one plant per hilltheir superiority Folearydue to the tact that the mother plant the food sunlight and moisture of two or three plants poured f lato ItC O Williams c Ifc Clover Dodder IWatch out for the clover dodder t Md wild carrot In the orchard Thoy xt are two of the worst pests which are now crowding Into the central west 1 The clover dodder Is the greatest raoa lice to that crop especially when It Is grown as a covering la the orchard r 4 I Time to begin keeping the cows In time barn at night I GOOD ROADS They Are Those That Are Kept In Good Condition This road question will not down Wo simply rise to remark that hoforo wo have gravel roads or macadamized roads there must bo drainage theca must bo grading there must bo per manent culverts and bridges After that It Is time to talk about macadam or any other surfacing The farmers In the corn sections of the west must for tho most part bo satisfied with dirt roads for some years to come They have been using a spllMogor other road drag quite generally In tho last two or three years and have been surprised to find what can bo accomplished There are whole sections In various states whero the roads aro so good most of tho year through Uio Intelligent use of this simple Instrument that there Is little or no demand for any form of what aro usually called good roads by which Is meant hard surtaced roads Farmers are always ready to pro test against surfaclngwlth macadam or with gravel for thoy know It means from 3000 to 5000 a mile and thise who havo looked Into the matter know that It will cost just as much to kelp them In repair as It does to keep the dirt road in as good condition fur eight months In the year ns the ma cadam road will bo after this expense has been Incurred None the loss the work of macadamizing roads will be pushed vigorously by the townsmen by the owners of automobiles by cnp italists who wish to Invest In bonds by politicians who want to hold ofllco and havo money to spend The way to resist all this Is to get out your drag and use It according to directions It you have not made I drag either mako ono or get out your harrow or your disk and when the roads aro rough and dry with no frost in tho ground disk them It is aston ishing what Improvement can be made even with this We do not believe there Is any necessity for socalled good road that Is roads surfaced with gravel or macadam except where there Is heavy hauling chiefly In the neighborhood of coal mines and largo clues says Wal laces Former This may seem heresy to good roads experts but we speak advUcdly on this matter AVo are simply giving cur readers a Up that If they want to suppress this persistent demand they should use the road drag Intelligently and Insist that thero shall not bo any wooden culvert or bridge tirade In the entire county Tho use of tho road drag will save enough money every year to replace wornout culverts nnd bridges with permanent cement structures When this Is dono the problem of good roads will be very easy ot solution In fact It will solve Itself- PREVENTS POST PULLING UP Fence Post Ina Ravine May De Se surely Braced When It becomes necessary to build a fence across a ravine so that a post must be sot In the lowest part stretch A wire from the bases of the vl titI Braced Fence Pest In Ravine two posts at tho ravines edge then over the post in the center as shown In tho accompanying illustration to prevent the wire from pulling the post up when the ground Is sofL Red Clover There is no more wonderful grass than red clover Taking all things together there Is no plant that can take its place la the states that touch or approach the Great Lakes Alfalfa has a higher analysts for protein but It has to bo nursed Into existence in this region and must be carefully taken care of year after year It Is a wonderful plant where It can be grown but red clover will fight Us own way la many regions where It would be Im possible to keep alfalfa alive Thus there are many sections of this re glon where red clover comes la nat urally when the weeds are cut along the edges of the clearings For a temporary pasture grass It has no superior for It his an abu1dalu of protein and Is greatly liked by all Muds of grazing animals Milk Consumption Increasing The milk statistics of the large cit tea show that tberelaa good deal mote milk used per peronln the cities than formerly This is probably partly due to greater ability of the masses to buy milk but In greater aSUrtO tho greater attention paid to the quality of the milk sold by the health inspectors and food commis loners There Is much less adultera tion of milk than formerly and the average consumer also has more con fidenco in the cleanliness and whole somenees of the milk supply than be Once had RUTHS WISE CHOICE Sunday School lesson for Dec L 1997 Specially limned lor This Pipir LESSON TIiXTRuth 1 lla Memory Ver 16 IT OOIUKN TEXT Thy iM nple shall he my people and thy Oat my Oodnuth1- 1t1 TIMFXRuth iMjlong to thA limit of the Judgri posalbly In the time of tl teozh II C UQnu or In the early part of lite luriffFihlp of Klli when East brAIa1 np prmcptl by Amoritci and West Inrsel by the Ihlllnllnni lilt AI she wan the- great jtnuulniolliitr of David ilttier date In pofalble The rtalM are the common ones In our Itlble Some scholars plar DnvliVa dale conildtrnbly Inter PLACE Tho early home of Nnoml and the later one of Ruth was at IletliUhem around which to many latcrratlnic evenUi cluster The envy homo of Ruth triu In Moah rait of the Dead Rea add southern Jordan Comment and Suggestive Thought Tho Two Decision Tho two wid owed daushterslnlaw Orpah tho Fawn and Ruth tho Rose of Monb went part of the way to see Naomi off ah friends and relatives were accustomed to do and an is still the custom In the east When the time CAme to part when they bad kinged each other and wept together they both declared they would not return but would go with her to Israel Itko a wise woman she declined to tako advantage of the Impulse of passion ate regret which seemed adverse to their temporal welfare nnd which their cooler judgment might not sanc lion and urged them by many strong arguments to return Ood wrestled with Jacob with deslro to bo con quered no Naomi no doubt opposed Ruth hoping and wishing that she herself might bo tolledT Puller Rho would have Ruth fully understand her own mind and realize what tho decision would coat tier So In Ute parablo of Christ Luke 14 2033 So Joshua In his farewell address to his people when urging them with art his soul to tie true to their nod oven after their declaration God forbid that we should forsake the Lord tolls them Yo cannot servo the lord Josh 241Orpah decldps to go hack to ber people There was little to attract her to a new and strange homo with poverty In prospect with little hope that she would be welcome to tho exclusive Jews to whom ns well nil to hot mother she might become a burden nothing to attract her except lovo and religion Neither of those did she possess In a degree sufficient to overcome the obstacles In the way Wo do not know whether she returned to the worship of Idols or whether she at least In private clung to the re ligion and the Ood she had learned from Naomi Ruth with a deeper nature and clearer Insight with a lovo to Naomi that would cheer and strengthen her and a consciousness or her need of God nnd lovo to God that made oil other blessings ax nothing In com pari son cave Unto Naomi nnn like Mary chose tho good part which shall not be taken away from tier V Ifl And Ruth said nuths passionate burst of tenderness 111m mortal It has put Into fitting words for all generations tho deepest thoughts of loving hearts and comes to us over nil the centuries between as warm and living ns when It welled up from that pure heroic soup Tho two strongest emotions of our nature are blended In It end each gives a portion of its fervor love and religion Maclnron Orpah nail Ruth darting together for tho promised land and one return log to Idolatry while the other goes on to Immortal bloandncss aro paralleled by tho characters In tho early part of Hunynns Pli rims Progress whero Christian and his neighbors start together for ths Celestial City Christian goes on while Obstinate and Pliable soon return to tho City of Destruction It might havo been sums up the tragedy of many a life Choices between good and evil even In small things are tho most Important acts of our lives They aro tin creative acts of ho soul Often these fateful crises como in our lives lo connection with declMcm of the Importance of which wo do not dream Wo know what Is right we do not know tho farreaching effects The Outcome of Iluths Choice So far wo havo been reading the Introduc lion to RuthB romantic lore story n companion picture In common life to the picture In Solomon song portraying the lovo of a grunt king It Is well to have these two pictures la the Bible gallery because homo and holy love are psrenllal conditions of the transiarmtng this world Into tho kingdom of God Home and love open the gates to Paradise The star ofJJethlohcm for the race stands over the homo with Jeans In It The greatest reward both of Doae and of Iluth arises from the fact that they were the ancestor ttJBgl David the greatest of Israels kings and of Davids greater eon Jesus the prince of peace Here wo have the eternal appre elation of overyday virtue and service In the midst of little ordinary things and the divine recognition Of these as powers In making tho world what God wants it to be Jtls meant lo teach that In the tlmidcat brfaaLnt timid woman there may reside an energy which affects human life and the des tlnles of ages more even than clatter- Ing arms and clashing armies And Ruth bringing into Judah only a womans heart filled with s wonderful love was able to do mere for the land of her exile than its soldSera spending themselves In battle HAD SOME IDEAS ABOUT ART Rural French Critics Gave Sculptor Unhappy Half Hour At CtialononthcSaono has just Men Inaugurated tho monument exe rated by MoreauVauthler and Uerllrd lo commemorate tho national defense superb cuirassier who carries across his saddle tho body of a color bearer who yet clasps In his arms his broken standardOn eve of the unveiling the mu nicipal council presided over by tho mayor repaired tn the foot of the stTwiloaxautineand sea If It should be accepted Aro you not going to tear ort this green mold asked the mayor of the sculptor Hut monsieur replied the sculp tor that Is verdigris Verdigris Verdigris said tho mayor I understand that very well Parbleul I know that this Is verdi aikltcbenup Youll have to mako that shine Rut monsieur At that moment a member of tho council having struck tho body ofthe bronze horse with his cano they all crJpd out This sounds hollow tour bronze Is hollow monsieur said the mayor Ibo unhappy sculptor then took great pains to explain that all bronze statues were hollow The mayor maintained an nlr of defiant Incrmlul Ity und as ho passed around the menu ment said It appears to nte you have hardly detailed the hair In the tall This was too much for tho sculptor I wished he said to screw natural balr Into his tall like tho hair used In childrens bobby horses It would havo taken six months to have done so and I reflected that It would have coat you too much And the municipal council of Clialon agreed with the Justness of this observation Lo crt do Paris A Deserted Village The site of the erstwhile nourishing village of nremlnn Is represented by a few gaunt stone chimneys a stray cluster of roofless cottages u dilapi dated Dissenting chapel a ghostly railway station and one fairsited shop which servos tho needs of the scattered community living on the Urendon lulls says H O Archer In the Wldo World Magazine lint for many years the deserted village was loft just as It was when the miners occupied It and as such presented an extraordinary sight silent grass grown streets of closed houses shops Inns and places of worship It was only comparatively recently that the buildings were razed and tho materials of which they were composed sold and earned away Today the most tangible relic Is found nt till Junction of the roads Just outside the village a quaint square plain building over the perched entrance to which Is tho word Dciilah and the data ot erection ISCt Thlu Is one of the little chapels built for the miners No attempt lies been made to preserve It from decay and not sn long ngn tho pedestrians could stroll In nnd find the sunlight streaming through the translucent windows and their borders of colored glass ranking the Interior grotesquely gay The pulpit and pews then re mained nnd many of the cards affixed to the book rusts and inscribed with the neatholders names were yet to be seen Fish Deflected a Torpedo- A school of big nib swam up Noyao bay near Sag Harbor I I last week and Investigated the unties of some bigger fish of a variety unknown to them which were cutting straight lines from n torpedo bunt to n bulls eye target out In the hay They learned that the Htrnucolookluc fish were not sharks anti that they swam much faster than anything the big Hah over saw before When they gut In front of one Of the queer Ash It cut straight through them and loft many mangled big flute to float ashore nnd tell the story This explained why one of the tar pedoes wns observed zigzagging curl ously before It struck the target shark tiUd conclusions last AI with a teat torpedo with similar feet oil the sharkN V World Collector Animal W T Hornaday collector of nnl mild was the originator uf the soc logical gardens at Washington and Is now director of affairs at the New York zoo Prot Hornaday Is primar ily responsible for the change In mu seum methods that enables ono now to see a bird or animal as It actually ap peered In life and with something of Its natural surroundings Instead of rows of stuffed birds In glass canes fie has been sent to all parts of the world collecting and has written a book of his adventure ln the Jungle Aside from the subject of animals his one bobby it temperance The rav ogee of rum waswhal Impressed him most among the savage Space Rates Of course said the Intimate friend to the distinguished statesman ypur opinions are never for sale Never was the prompt reply ex cept to the magazines Washington Star Not All Affection Would you call their marriage one convenienceI to her but it to be able deblaPblldelphlalMI t r1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of allu Over 80 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largett college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed withothers like himselfwhere he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advauced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who bave finished nUb grade fraction and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years fur those who have largely 19fitCHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered tn this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady lu Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to tit for business Even a part of this oourso us fall nod winter terms Is Very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 23 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses will use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest rdllcnUnal1lurdald NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grado Model Schools funnies ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing tree Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Dand may be taken as un extra In connection with any course Small extra teas Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money to calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on nn averago upon each student about fifty dollars a year morn ihun ne pays In This great drJlclt Is made up by the gifts of Christian anti patriotic ireoulo who are supporting narei In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come from tho best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bu sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Cprea tire In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In wlu ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to ono dollar a week PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors pluln clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Cooper tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniform umbrellas sod other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights nnd washing of bedding nUll towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a week fu the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 rents a week In fall and spring fiO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once andls returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buMd lags hospital library etc Students pity nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction U a free gift The Incidental Fee for must Mudenln Is 500 a term 1400 In lower Model Schools CGO In courses with Jltln and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental tee and roora rent by tbo term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 295010 one payment 2900 Installment plant first day 2105 Including 100 deposit mld ito of term 915- WINTER12 weeks 2QOOn one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle bt term = 900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced On board In full except that uo allowance Is made for nay fraction of a week On room all but fifty cents but no allowance for any fraction ol a monthOn incidental fee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bids when he returns provided It is within tout terms but making uo allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY Wtoea you have made your Journey and are well started In school It pays to stay aa long as possible THE FIRST DAY of the winter term is January 1 1905 V For infomaUbn or friendly advice write to the Secretary a K o1IF WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife l takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko a good thing when theysee it n1 to get a 75 cent knife With tWf blade of razor steel and a duller paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in the world f v The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollaj l That brings in subecriptious all the time 1 f you haveJnt gotRitayanr ought to have t o L I I jI ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School lly Prof Dlimnore Part 5Keeplng Up the Interest I In this urtUIe Prof plnunore continue hU talk on how to keep up the Interest In the r hoot 3 ENCOURAGE THOSE WH 1NEED IT It Is well to look outfol j any depreslson of spirits among pupil Every one has his trials and dlfflcul ties Some are much more easily die couraged than others They shout have Just the word that they ncc whether It be pralso or blame or nym i pathy Some havo to struggle ver hard to keep pace with their class mates A Emile a nod or n wonJ i now and then will keep their courage evel7Iers are those who inspire their pupil to heroic efforts Since they cannc measure their own success the teach- ert must point it out to them Show them some of the difficult things they i1havo mastered knotty problems in arithmetic knowledgo acquired in geography encouraging lessons in read ing The troubles ahead are no mor formidable than those that have been met and conquered Let the mott be Do one thing at a time and do It zl well There are students who have 1 dread of certain branches as gram mar arithmetic or spelling These 4areoften bright In most of their keeping well to the head 01 tho class and It frets and chafes then to be worsted in some one branch For such the greatest care is necessary They must have special atten tlon In the difficult study The de fectlon is duo either to a bad star 1ora lack of mental development In this one particular In either case i 1special effort is needed to overcomi the difficulty It it not wise to lean any part uncultivated Again there are gentle timid couli who quail before their more rougl and ready classmates They would al I most die of fright were it not for the j sympathy and support of the teacher A brusque or scolding remark doea nc good but tends to put them back I They need to be encouraged to speak and commended for every effort un a tit they gain confidence In themselves If they can be made to feel that they r are really succeeding they will gait in assurance and strength and bi much happier For each class and for every Indi f vidual the teacher should appoint 1himself a lookout committee He ctudy the minds and disposi tions of all There Is always someone requiring special attention Like a skillful physician he should be able to diagnose each case and be able to render such aid as is needed 4 IMPROVE YOUR TEACHING It is a largo part of every teachers duty to look to his own growth This is particularly true of beginners It is very easy to get Into ruts and go on about the same day after day but the habit Is a deadly one and must bo fought with vigor With out discouragement or self abasement the young teacher should sharply crit icise his every act Ho should keep constantly In mind that his teach ing could be and ought to be Improved He should study new ways I of presenting knowledge so as to make it more attractive new ways of arousing interest and keeping the pupils In good heart t- eelJAM IT1Y Cowpeas are much more generally planted than they were a decado or ago but their value In many sections Is not yet fully appreciated especially as a means for restoring worn out soils At the SJlssourrl sta sttionJit was found that as muck foraga I c uldllo produced from this crop in SO days as red clover would yield in 15 months Cowpeas it is stated not only pro r duce a rich forage but they increase the fertility of the and improve Its physical condition making It moro open more easily worked v and increasingjtiy hjbldlnp captivity ho crop is also said tVS 1 causVsoir t6vdryoul earlier in the 1springit has been my own experience thatI planting Tirowe is far better prac tics than broadcasting under average coadltlous Poor land can probably- be more quickly reclaimed to fertility with cowpens at slight expense than j any Other crop r i I broke up a piece of Virginia poor land which had been cropped 4mans by negroes for a dozer yearstaklng everything off and put srowIii 1y I A new way Is better than the old It It takes tho teacher out of aru It Is well to try new methods occas- Ionally for tho rake of being able to do so Many teachers have followed I the paths their fathers trod so long I that It is almost impossible for thor to venture upon untried ways Ever one should blaze some now path should venture into fields that no tar I as ho knows have never been explored Ho should feel tho cxhtllra tlon of discovery tho satlsfactloi of having dono something that bls predecessors never did It add strength to his character and inter est to his work- I This does not mean that wo should bo running after every new fad that comes along There are many enthus lasts who for tho cake of notoriety or gain are urging upon others their i latest device or method It is no- wiseI to bite too quickly at these baits It a now thing commends itself ant- Iis by trustworthy pcopU and is not too costly we need not hes- ItateI to give It a trial But so many so called time savers and effort sav- ersI are merely money making devices of little real value that it Is usually better to wait and let time determine their standing A rule long ago down by a famous rhetorician will apply in such cases Bo not the first by which the new is tried not yet the last to lay the old aside In striving to improve our teaching we must not forget that dally study Is a necessity to growth No brilliancy of mind nor devices nor even ex perience can take the place of it Knowledge to be interesting must be fresh No matter how many times we have taught a subject unless we study it anew each time we shall fall of the best The mind like the body feed upon itself and grow It must have new material dally Real izing this we should set apart some hours every day to the study of our lessons both as to the matter ol them and the way they bo presented The young teacher who does this conscientiously will find it the most delightful period of the day It Is the time for adding to and en riching his stores of learning and he will have more to give and will give it better If he will keep this study period sacred It will not be sufficient to study the text books and ways of presenting the lessons The teacher must be pro vided with the best literature the profession affords On his study table should bo the latest numbers of two or three of the leading educational Journals and these bo carefully read and digested as soon as possi ble after they arrive He should also have a few good works on pedagogy I To acquire these he may write to school book publishing companies ask ling them for their best work on teaching Nearly every publishing com pany tries to have at least one excel lent work of that class These should i be carefully and slowly read marking the parts that seem particularly applicable Many Ideas will in this way be I I gleaned that will make the work cf teaching more interesting and tarI more helpful to the pupils and they I will keep the teacher growing r 1 ContUual 1eat 1 3- Yalao I of the CnVJnnl t snore r soil friable moisture will endorsed true laid results cannot should should owr off in rows 3 feet apart sowing 200 pounds of kalnlt and 200 pounds cf acid phosphate to the acre As the cowpea is a legume Ilka tho clover plant It needs no nitrogen or ammon ia r These peas had threo workings with a flvotooth cultivator In must in stances tho leaves met fn rows EO that the field looked solid except in a couplo of check yows whore no for I tilizer was used Hero the growth- I was only about onethird Aegreat as in the fertilized rows I In other Words tau amount of ni captureirpmply it has of phosphate and potash thattI rows fertilized growthiwhile crude showed the advantaso of row planting allowing ftr culturer over tho broadcasting method In row planting also three quarters of a peck of seed is sufficient whlc for broadcasting a bushel and a peel or a bushel and two pucks is needed ofcurseIf the soil is richness seed is re quired Prairie Farmer- I OFFICIAL RETURNS Continued from Pint rage abovo tho majorities being aa follows Superintendent of Public Instruction Crabbos majority over Winfrey 1303 Agricultural CommUIoner RAnkins majority over New man 1302 Clerk Court of Appeals Adamsmajorlty over Chenautt 1270 The Board of Elections Issued cortlf scales for all but three of the office These were those of Judge and Commonwealths Attorney In the 26th and of Commonwealths Attorney In tbe 33rd Judicial District In all case men now holding tho offices by up polntment claim that they have aright to tho office till tho next leg ular election but other men got their names on the ballots and wore voted for Tho Board of Elections refuse to act In these cases so that in the 33rd District L D Lewis and W C Evcrsolo will have to apply to the courts for a certificate and lu tho 26th J D Snyder will have to do thi same This will lead to a decision by tho courts on tho case Gov Wlllson who has spent most of the last week In WashlngtonTii expected homo some time this week Ha has received a great deal ofd attention from Republicans there hai luncheon with Pros Roosevelt and was entertained by VlcePrcs Fair banks He has refused to give any advice as to tho filling of Federal offices In this state and will not at tempt to Interfere with any appoint mentsMr Wlllson showed his desire to serve the people well by a letter he has written to Gen Roger D Williams saying that he docs not wish to have any troops called out for his Inaug uration as It will bo a needless ex pense to the state The foolish third term talk about the President Is being heard again a little louder than usual A lot ol people who as wo have already ex planned want to nominate some man who will stop most of the good work the President has been doing and hope to do this by having delegates to the convention who will vote for Roosevelt first but will have no In structions after he refuses to run have been very busy They have n great deal of money and are buying up newspapers and In every other way trying to fool the people Into nominating the man they want They are mostly the same men that caused the money trouble and will bear a lot of watching A conference of members of tho Democratic National Committee was held at French Lick Indiana and it was decided to select tho place for the next Democratic National Convention on Dec 12 There is strong hope that Louisville will be chosen PLANS FOR STATE GROWTH The Kentucky State Dovelopement lonvenlon which closed in Louisville ast Thursday was ono of the most notable ever held in this state Its object was not only to show tho world tho present industries of the state mt to make plans for their future development and do all this Was pos Iblo for the advancement Kentucky Many notable speeches woro made as was told last week and in the end resolutions were pasted by the invention giving Its views on what should be dono These resolutions begin properly with a demand for letter free schools so that Ken ucklns will be bettor fitted for lifes work They also ask for careful and clentlflo road bulldlngrallrcad arid i Iver development efforts to bring in foreigners to work in the mills fac orics and mines greater care of the state forts tax reform state aid THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE w LIGHT RUNNING 0 ifuwantoltheraVlbrattngRhntttoTtntnryt I5eWInlr t clllu te It THE NEW HOME CEWIIIQ MACHINE COMPANY Oranae MOBS ManreewI emachtndaremadetoKltrerardtatdQ- uaI tr but the New Homo lo wear Oat guaranty never tutu out hold by nuliiorUril dealers only T91 xIY J M RICHARBSON ACOMPANY General Agents Cleveland 0 r d for the annual state fair tho publl catloDg of the doings of the Icglslix turo and other reforms of lease ImportanceISeveral important points wet brought out in speeches made before the convention Judgn W 0 Harris declared that tho lawyers Ct the state worn working to purify the elections and many speakers declared that tho election laws must ho changed The possibility of development of the coal fields was spoken of am In several addresses by women thi need of better free schools was care tully and forcefully explained There I scorns no doubt that the convolution will help greatly In the future dove opment of tho state Advertising costs money So wil the extra clerks you will have to hire when the business begins to come in You can stand both expenses TIE PRICES GOING DOWN Tho prices of ties at tho static at Bcrca will go down after bee 1 On and after next Monday tho price will bo 48 cents for firsts and a cents for seconds of both short and long ties Mr Stephens is now buy ing seven by nine instead of six by eight ties THE MARKET Berea Prices Eggs per doz25e Butter per Ib 1525C Potatoes Irish per bu JO 80U 00 Potatoes Sweet per bul 00H 20 Apples per bu31 60J2 00 Turnips per busOc Bacon per lb 1220c Ham per lb 17c Turkeys undressed ll12c Rabbits each lOc Cabbage Perlb2e Chickens on foot per lb10c Chickens dressed per Ib 12V4 Chestnuts per buS 20 Hickory nuts per bu JO 754100 Walnuts per buCO60o Butternuts per bu76c- Live Steck Louisville Nov 26 Choice export steers j5 00 6 2 5 Light shipping steers 4 60 6 00 Choice butcher steer 4 25 6 75 Medium butcher sirs 3 65 4 15 Common butcher strs 3 00 3 CO Choice butcher heifers 3 60 4 25 Medium butcher helters 3 00 3 W Common butcher belters 2 CO 3 00 Choice butcher cows 3 CO 4 00 Medium butcher cows 3 00 3 CO Common butcher cows 2 29 3 00 Canners 1 00 2 25 Choice fat oxen 4 25 4 75 Medium oxen 3 00 400 Choice bulls 3 00 3 CO Medium bulls 2 CO 3 00 Common bulls 2 00 2 CO Choice veal calves 6 CO 7 00 Medium veal calves 4 00 6 00 Common calves 2 CO 3 CO Good feeders 4 00 4 75 Medium feeders 3 60 4 00 Common feeders 3 00 3 C- OJholce stock steers 3 CO 4 00 Medium stock steers 3 00 3 EO Common stock steers 2 CO 3 00 holco stock heifers 3 00 3 CO Medium stock heifers 2 60 3 00 Common mixed stockers 2 CO 3 00 Jholco milch cows 35 00 40 00 Medium milch cows 25 00 30 00 3ommon milch cows v 10 00 20 00 heal Choice packers and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 4 SI tedium packers and butchers ICO to 200 Ibs 4 26 Light shippers 1201CO Ibs 410 Choice pigs 80120 lbs 4 00 sight pigs 6090 Ibs 2 76 4 00 toughs 160600 Ibs 201 CO- SIIBBP w Jholce fat sheep 3 CO 4 00 Medium sheep 3 90 3 GO Jomraon sheep 2 00 3 00 tucks 2 00 3 00 holes spring lambs 500 CCO Good butcher lambs 4 CO 5 00 Culls and tailends 3 00 4 00 MESS ponK13 00 j HAMS Cholcs sugar cured light and special euro 1313VC heavy to sodium 1I1e- S1l0ULDlmS9c per Ibr BACON Clear ribs sides lOUe rcg ilar clear sides iOUc breakfast baton j LTijC sugar cured shoulders 9c bacon extra 10c bellies light 12V4ej hea ry 12cf LARD Prime steam itt tlerceo 9e pure Irt tierces 10c in tubs lOe DRIED BEEF 12C llGGgdoee count 2324o per doz candled a15e A New Addition To Bereai A NEW STREET Lots For Sale In Best Part of Town at only 100 Terms to milt pnrcliaH Or TWQ lioiifiUH of Tour and eight rooifld almjagonable prices B I1 AMBROSE SON Box lla I Berea Ky BUTTEn 17c per lb POULTIIY Spring chickens small lOo per lb largo Sc liens 7cj ducks small young 10c old 9c turkeys young lie old lOc geese 7o rab bits 125 per doz- WHEATNo 2 red and long berry 03o No3 red and long berry Olc- COUN No 2 white G2ftc No 2 mixed G2- eOATSNo z white 4Gi4o No 2 mixed 45- cRYENo 2 Western 90o nominal No 2 Northern 03c Mt Sterling Market It chmoud Ky Nov 25 Thcro was a good run of cattle at Mt Sterling but tho market was draggy and a good many cattle left over Tho grade of cattle that Distillers generally buy from 900 to 1000 Ibs are considerably off na there Is no demand for them yet Even good cattle are at least CO cents off Hogs will not bring over 4 cents fat null for stock hogs there is peel tively no demand- J J Embry Tan Bark Price at the dePot at Dares per cord 700 Tie- sPat at tho depot at Dares Eight and a half feet long 6 by 8 firsts 63 cents Eight and a half feet long 6 by 8 culls 23 tents Eight foot 6 by 8 firsts 60 cents Eight foot 0 by 8 culls 25 cents Spekes Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Berea for black or shell bark hick ory spokes split or sawed Per Thoui First size A and B grade 10 00 First site C grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 Second slzo A and B grade 21 00 Second size 0 grade 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 Third size A and B grade 25 00 Third size C grade 12 00 Fourth size A and D grade 30 00 First size is IHfe on tho heart H In deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Second size is 2 In on tho heart 2 n- decpand 30 In long Third size is 2U In on the heart 2V1 In deep and 30 In long Fourth size Is 2ttln on tho heart 2i4 in deep and 30 In long A B Grade Is good sound white coarse heavy growth live timber full to sizes and free from defects- C Grade Is good sound white tim ber that Is lighter in weight and growth is finer and not so heavy M the A B Grade It must be free from defects also and full to sizes D1 Grade is good sound red and red and white mixed Umber clear of de feels and full tl sizes Detects are knots worms bird pecks wind shakes crooked grain and checks L a To Educate Your Children I This ceiled cottage four rooms with stoves tables chairs and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address TtiJ OSBORNE Berg Ky O +Q +01 + +o +o+ee+o+o +c+e e++ + +o+ + +o++a+e iADDING j NEW ACCOUNTS j- f We are constantly adding new accounts and our t4 business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It isa J o our purpose to 1 J Deal Justly and Liberally With All I o IA O Your Account Solicited o T LI INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 + Q- Q +0- o 1 THE + 0 1 0- o I i Berea National Bank leo Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 0- c S E WELCH Hrosldont J L CAY Cashlor 1- o+o+o +o W+o+oo+o+o+o +o+OO +O+d+O+O +u+O +O+O+O +O+O+44 I AM TIDE MAN WHO I SELLS THE LANDi Berea Town Property Improved and Unimproved thOllocottnge loftln vrout owl 460 Q- j Tlireo lets tuft In wont owl an nero In each lot 100 One ojjcllt room two story frame iilllltiK nil cnchIftk Chlmnoy two gmlo good olHlorn 12 by 2lot 100 by trues wood IIOURO barn ole 2000 A nico cottage with three lots on Walnut MeiuTow Pike 1600 Y I One now house and lot good vutor luini on Jnckmmnt 10007 I have u farm uf J3 nero small box liouso 1 1Uinllos west K- ltof Heron price 1200 A great bargain for anyone fa Fifty ono acres on Boron tint Dig 11111 PJko ft miles from HN vx JJiOO pur aero a w Jiuii IAny One Wanting Property of Any Kind Call and J5 See Me I Can Supply Your Needs X a J P BICKNELLV t REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT G u o th n STEP IS TAKEN TO SET UP REP UG THIS HAS BEEN ACCOMPL SHED BY THE ENUMERATIONFP- OPULATION OF CUDA POLITICAL COMPLEXION NOT GREATLY CHANGED With the Possible Exception of Plrur del Rio the Provinces Hold the Same Views Number of Foreigners In Island Estimated at 400000 Havana Nov iWtlh tho comple thin of enumeration of tho population of Cuba thoro has been accomplished the tint stop In tho direction of tho termination of the American Intorven lion and tho retestabllibment of tho Cuban republic Tills enumeration was actually an enforced registration of voters the do termination ot tho population of thU land being of scant Importance com VAxed to that of registering oil persons untitled to tho electoral franchise lu order to Insure tho purity of tho elec flan of tho next Cuban president An estimate by ono of the most no compllfthed statisticians In thoicrvlco of the provisional government places tho population of Uio Island at two millions of which about four hundred thousand aro foreigners not entitled to the franchise a Thu Indications aro that Uiere ha- sLea no groat cnango In tho political complexion of tho proviucvs with Iho jKKwIblo eicofrtJon of Ilrtar del Rio whoro the Inllcncv of Ilno Gucrro tho military leader Of tho last uprising is very great Even to speculate on Uio outcome ot tho next election Is futile owing to tho confusion oonsoquol on the dissensions la the liberal party and tho undcfinuJ attitude of tho coservatlves Had the election been held a year Ago there Is no doubt that the liberals would havo hud tin overwhelming vie tory and that Alfredo Zayas would liavo been president of Cuba Now ths liberal party is hopelessly divide between tho followers of Joio Miguel Gomct nod Zayas nod an ex ccllent opportunity is afforded for con enratlvos to organize and nominate a loader who wilt command tho respect of thrt country Should thoy obtain till consent of such a man as Gen MarJo Menocal to sun for the presidency there can hard Sy be any doubt that ho would attract H great following from tho bolter close of liberals and would easily bo elected Oon Menocal however It Is be llcvod could not bo tempted to enter tho pritrdolUall1rct111 An dement that may Novo to be ot prime Importance in tho coming oloc tea is tho health of Joso Miguel Qomoz It Is rwunored that tho gen ral Is afflicted with a dangerous all ment which may corapcllili retirement Xrom the Add- Colacldent with tho completion of the enumeration Is that of tho elector ate law on which the committee of which Col Crowder Is the bead has been working for months It walls only the approval of GO TSajoon before being promulgated so that It tranqulllty Jo main italacd nothing stands in the way of carrying out tho present pro utmmo of tho government which Is to hold tho municipal elections la May or Juno nnd tho presidential election In the tel lowing Dewmbcr thus paving tbo way for tho Inauguration of the president Ja May and tbo withdrawal of the American troeps In July MULLET ENTERED CAR Imperiling tha Life of Speaker Card well of the Virginia House t Richmond VA Nov 25 Leaving Richmond for Ashland William U Cardwell of Hanover speaker of Uo last house of delegate and several other painongcra on ojao ot tho biX electric cars Iud a narrow escape from tcrknit Injury Tho car was passing over the viaduct at Clay street when a rlfio bullet crashed through one of the windows smashing the Rlas and pass fag between the heads of Captain Card Well ud a Hanover farmer No ono was hurt but the passengers were much excited Not long ago Mn Claude A Swanson wife of the governor of Virginia ted a narrow escape when a bullet crashed through A Southern Railway Pitllman as the train was nearing Rich suwid Msdstono Adhered Spencer N C Nov 26Leon a young eon of FranK A Brown of Spencer was bitten tJa mad dog at TrtL PlosBant whcro tho lad was visit lag his grandparents Ho was brought to r nt taco and a madstone owner by Mrs II F Dorsott of Lex ington was applied to the wounds The stone adhered for eevcral hours sad relieved the awollen flesh on till limb Thochild It Is believed will re cover Miners Laid Off Cumberland Md Nov 25TtI la t bar situation in the mining regions Is reaching an acute stage There is a marked decline In Jjualnesa naa result One day lost week nearly 100 mOil Wore discharged by tho Consolidated Cal Co Auto Race From New York To Paris + Paris Nov 25FuloWlag UI recent tnutoei bile race from Pckla r the Matin has decided to organize a v nee froi New York to Parta via Chi ago Alaska across the Bvhrlng traltll Siberia and RttMla I l WILLIAM R HEARST HELD NEW YORK EDITOR BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY Justlcs Wyatt Taket Actlim Criminal Libel Charge Made by Chanter Now York justice Wyatt In the court of special scsrlons Thurs dny held W It Hearst for tho grand proferrcdB Carvalho gave ball for Mr Hearst Tho amount of ttio Mail was fixed at GOO tho usual sum required In misdemeanor cases Mr Carvalho la Iho general manager of Mr Hearst Now York newspapers Hoth Mr Hearst nnd his bondsman wore In court when Justice Wyatt handed down his decision Thoy rOo paired to tho office of District Attorney Jerome while the ball bond was being prepared It was later approved by Justlco Wyntt and Mr Hearst and his attorneys drove away In tho big red automobile which had brought them to the criminal courts building Tim charge against Mr Hearst grew out of a publication In tho New Yort Evening Journal concerning tho case of Raymond Hitchcock the actor Mr Chanlcra namo was mentioned In con nectlon with the article Several hearings wore had before Justice Wyatt during which Mr Chanter peel Uvely denied that ho had over been ut Hitchcocks house when little girls were there ills counsel claimed that tho publication had been made for the purpose of Injuring politically Lieut GOY Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler a bro ther of tho complainant against Mr lIearst- Thll was denied by Mr Hearsts at torneys who made the counter claim In court that Mr Chanters proceed ings against Mr Hearst were taken In the hope of hurting tho chances of ibo Independence League ticket in tho last county election Tho grand jury It Is said has al ready undertaken an investigation of the charge against Mr Hearst and a score or moro of witnesses have been summoned RUM ROUTED IN ALABAMA Remarkable Scenes When Senate Passes Prohibition Bill Montgomery Ala Unprecedented scones wore enacted In tho senate chamber of tho historical capitol of Alabama Tuesday when tho statutory prohibition bill was passed Women nnd children thronged tho corridor and gallery and even usurped the sanctity of tbo floor Itself pushing tho senators from their seats and giving vent to their enthusiasm by shouts and cheers that echoed and reechoed through the building Senators opposed tho bill were hissed down when they arose to speak against the measure The statutory prohibition bill which was passed was In tho nature of a compromise between the antis and prohibitionists The antis seeing tho handwriting on tbo wall agreed to glvo up the fight provided tbo time was extended to January 1 1909 when tho sale of whisky will be for bidden In the stab of Alabama This amendment will be sent to tbo house and will bo concurred In without a fight Qov Comer will approve tbo bill and It Is understood that a movement hAS already been started by the state W C T U to make tho signing ot tho bill n very formal occasion Mobile AlaAn Indication ot the wrath of the home rulers over the prohibition policy of the Democratic party In the state Is shown by the foj lowing telegram that was sent to State Senator Hamburger by M J McUermott president ot tbo Dank of Mobile WANT FORAKER FOR PRESIDENT Committees ef Ohio League of Repub IIcan Clubs Endorse Him BMMM Columbus O United StAtes Sena for Joseph DcHson Fpraker of Ohio was endorsed Wednesday for both reelection to tho senate and tho Repub lican nomination for president at a joint meeting of the executive and ad visory committees of the Ohio League of Republican clubs The committees also declared that they had no sympathy whatever with tho proposition that has been adv nccd that Senator Forakcr bo eliminated and retired from public life because ho was not able to agree with President lloosovolt M to the rate bill or Jolntatntchood for New Mexico and Arizona or about the Brownsville matter Tho action of tho joint committees at once brought out a challenge from A I Vorys manager of Ute Tort presi dential canvass foralpopular primary fo determine tho cholco of tho Ohio Republican of a candidate for pros dent Village Burned St Joseph MOTho village of Chain la was wiped out by flro Wednesday night but one building being saved Loss 50000 Yellow Fever Kills American Woman Bridgetown Island of Barbados B W IMrs Alleync wire of Dr AL luyne surgeon general of tho hospital here died Friday of yellow fever She was taken sick November 18 Mrs Alleyno was an American Ohio Dies Burns Columbus ODr W C Whitney member of the Ohio legislature from Franklin county died Friday night ofburns received several day ago while attempting to reScue a horse from a burning barn CLEVELAND MAYOR IS HIT TOM L JOHNSON ACCUSED BY W M IVINS IN NEW YORK Reorganization of Nassau Company Said to Have Provided 6250000 of Water New York William M IvSns while Investigating the affairs of the Brook lyn Rapid Transit company for tho public service commission Friday de Glared that Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland and big friends who formerly owned tho Nassau Electric Railway company of Brooklyn had watered Its stock to tho extent of C2SO000 and then sold It to the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company This was alleged to havo taken place In a reorganization of Iho Nas San company In January 1899 Questioning Timothy S Williams vice president of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company about tho reorgani zation of thQ Nassau company Mr Ivins said On that reorganization 1 find that they increased their bond issue which had thoretoforo been J5 600000 by an additional I89469GO They mado an entirely now Issue of preferred stock of 0000000 they thoretoforo having no preferred stock and to tho theretofore existing C000 000 of common stock they added J2 500000 making a total of now issues of 17910060 and your acquisition was after this Increase of capitaliza tlonCan you tell mo what these new securities were Issued torT Mr Williams said an explanation ot the transaction was given In an agree mont which Mr Ivlns had but this was not read Mr Williams also con tended that the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company if It had bought 6 250000 of water bad subsequently squeezed It out I cannot agree with said Mr IvJna It looks to tnG lifco n plaID case of stock watering and tho com pony had no right to charge that 6 000000 on Its books to the cost and equipment of tho rondoIt was wrong In principle nnd If it wasnt then against the law tho law ought to bo amended so as to make such a trans action Impossible BOROUGH BANK MEN INDICTED President Cashier and Controlling Stockholder In the Tolls New YorkTho Kings county grand jury which Is investigating tho recent management of the suspended Bor ough bank of Brooklyn returned In dlctments Thursday charging larceny and other offenses against Howard Maxwell who wns president of tho Jn Btitutlon when its doors were closed Arthur D Campbell tho deposed cashier and William Gow a director who holds a controlling share of the banks stock The three men were arrested and arraigned AH pleaded not guilty and wero held for a hearing Campbell and Cow each furnished 20000 ball Maxwell was unable to secure the 30000 bond required of him and went to jail for the night- Suffragettes Silence OUdstone Leeds England The woman suf traglsts Friday virtually compelled Herbert Gladstone secretary Of state for homo affairs to abandon his at tempt to address a meeting hero Tho Interruptions from tho suffragettes became so persistent that Mr Glad stone declared he would no longer struggle against such tactics One of the suffrnglsta thereupon tried to take possession of tho meeting White she was speaking a free fight broke out between tho men and womep of the audience Dishonest Banker Sentenced Birmingham Ala Louts M Dyke president of tho former Atclla National bank charged with misappropria lion of funds of a natlppal bank en tered n plea of guilty Friday The court sentenced Dyko to five years Iri tho Atlanta penlt atlary Crushed to Death in Elevator Pittaburg PaO K McCutcheon 60 years old a wealthy merchant cf Turtle Creek beer here was crushed to death la an elevator In a downtown skyscraper Friday PRESIDENT NOT ENDANGERED Officer and Crew of Steamer Fow Exonerated Cairo HI Exoneration from the charge of reckless navigation which endangered tho life of the president of the United States during tho river trip from Cairo to Memphis October 3 was obtained Thursday for the em- I core and crew of tbo steamer Dick Fowler who were found not guilty by United States Inspectors Waltz and Hodge jpf Memphis after a trial Tho charges were brought by Com mandor L S Vanduzor U S NM In spector of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth lighthouse districts who was on the lighthouse tender Lily which acted as escort to tho steamer 111lssiesippi the boat on which President Roosevelt traveled from Keokuk to Memphis The Fowler was accused specifically of running by the Lily without sound ing her whistle and running too close tp the steamer Mississippi the boat tho president was on thereby endan gering his life At the trial only evi deuce for the defense was beard as the testimony of Commander Van Duzcr And his witnesses was taken at a hearing held soon after the disposal of the other case arising from the river trip and tho summary suspen sion for six months ot the license of Pilot C 1 Nichols of the steamer Fred Hartwcg at tho order of the president LIEUT CRAWFORD MISSING Admiral Deweys Secretary Thought to Have Drowned Himself Washington Lieut John W Craw lord secretary of Admiral Dewey has disappeared and It Is believed ho has committed suicide Friday Bennett A Allen 1901 Fourth street a friend of the missing man received a special delivery letter from Lieut Crawford In which It was stated that he haddo tornilncd on suicide and requesting Mr Allen to break the news to Mrs Crawford as gently as possible Lets In the evening Lieut Crawfords hat and coat wore found on the deck of a ferry boat plying between Washington and Alexandria To financial dIOlcul ties Lieut Crawfords resolve to end his life Is attributable his friends sayHURT INSPECTING TRACKS Nebraska Railway Commissioner and Clerk In Bad Accident Lincoln Neb Railway Commissioner Joseph A William and H G Powell rate expert in tho office of the stale commission were seriously in jured late Thursday night while mak lag an inspection of the Missouri Pa rifle tricks near Elmwood Commis sioner Williams was removed to a hospltf Powell was able to go to his home Tho men were using a gasoline mo tor and were rdnnlng at considerable speed In tho darkness when the car struck an obstacle on the track and was thrown from the rails George P Miller a Suicide St Louis Physically wrecked through excesses George P Miller aged 48 years once a brilliant law graduato and private secretary to Samuel J Randall of Pennsylvania who was speaker of the national house of representatives swallowed whisky and morphine in a Pine street board Ing house Thursday night and died Friday at the City hospital Two KllledJn Auto Accident Des Molnos la O R Nattlnger was killed and Frank Getcholl was seriously injured in an automobile accident Friday night Miss Ruth Wilkinson and Miss Isolde Benny were severely hurt Five Children Perish In Fire Tltusvlllo Pa Awakened by the I barking ot his dog early Thursday Thomas Zuver found his houso inflames With difficulty he saved his wife and their baby Two sons es caped but wero badly injured five children were burned to death Noted Jew Salter Goe Insane Berlin Count von Puocklor the wellknown Jew baiter who at various times has carne Into colllslou with the law owing to excessive antiSemitic agitation has been seat to an asylum Is Golnd on In of COURT DECIDES That Chartered Concerns Must Use Word Incorporated With Name Frankfort KyTho court of appeals decided that doing bust ness In Kentucky can be finedfor not placing the word Incorporated on their signs and The Brewing Co Lexington Brewing Co Singer Manu factoring Co and soveral other corporations were indicted In Danville for not using the word Incorporated aa required by statute rho lower court dismissed tho indictments and the com monwealth appealed The court here nays the corporations can bo prose cute under tho statute but tho prose cution must be In tho county where the designated agent of the company reside each company being required when It flies Its articles of Incorpora Don to name an agent who resides in this state upon whom notices and pro ceases may be served The Danville Indictments ore knocked out but other Indictments may too returned In other counties MISTRIAL IN HAWLEY CASE Jury Disagrees in Suit of Minister Against Paducan Judge Evans discharged the jury In tho case of Rev Prank Morton Hawley against W W Meadows after it tad been out several accused Rev Frank Haw ley who Is a Methodist minister of alienating his wifes affections Hawley was driven from Meadows hotel In Fulton but later bo returned The preacher alleges that he receivol brutal and malicious treatment at the hands of Meadows and his friends He was stripped of his clothing and horse whipped Hawley then brought suit against Meadows As tbo jury Is said to have stood ten to two In favor of tho preacher he says that ho is in a sense vindicated Gtllesple Will Admitted to Probate Lancaster Ky Alter seven days of testimony and argument the will of the late W J Glllesplo was admitted to probate Mr GDlesplo left an estate valued at 75000 All of the property both real and personal with tho exception of twtf diamond rings he willed to the St Joseph Infirmary of Louis villa Ky a Catholic Institution Ho left no relatives nearer than third cousins but several of those attempt ed to prevent the will going to probate alleging mental The case will be appealed to the circuit court and will undoubtedly reach the court of appeals Joke Proves Fatal to the Joker Louisville KlAs the result of a practical Joke upon Gus Goatley a ne- gro employe of the Keamodalo Co meat Co of West Point Ky James UnderwooU an engineer for tho com Is dying In the Norton infirmary here Underwood rigged up a scarecrow and placed It behind the engine room door to frighten the superstitious negro Goatley entered the engine room and when the weird figure was thrust at him ho emptied the contents of a revolver at It One bullet lodged In Underwoods head Wasnt She Particular Lexington Ky The suit of Ella M Barbour VS tho L N railroad for 5000 was dismissed by the circuit court It having been settled out ot court The plaintiff alleged that on a certain Sunday In AprU 1906 she bought at Louisville a ticket for Lexington paying 125 She claimed that she was placed in a car tilled with men and was tho only woman therein She alleged that tho Agent should have informed her that it waS an ex cnralon for men and so she sued for 5000 Youtsey Deserted Frankfort KyThe women having In charge the proposed petition to Gov Beckham to have Henry Youtsey con corned In the killing of Goobel par doned have concluded not to push the matter and the unsigned petition tins been returned to Youtaey In the peat tentiary The reason given te that no man could be secured to help get sig natures to the petition The Inaugural Ball Frankfort KyU was decided by the clUzens committee that the Inau gural ball on December 10 will be giv en at the South Frankfort Coliseum and tho reception In advance of tho ball will be held ct the Capital hotel An eaormous crowd is expected Strikers Offer Rejected Louisville ly1he Louisville Rail road Co In a letter sent to the tow iilttee representing the strikers de clined flatly to accept the terms of scrod by the strikers and the strike will continue Tragedy at a Dace Lancaster ICyAt the home of Walker Pointer whore a dance was being given Win Joues was shot und probably fatally wounded by Walter Arnold Arnold was flourishing a pIs- tol when Pointer attempted to put him out the pistol being discharged Latonla Case Submitted Frankfort ICyTlie case of the city of Latoola vs Latonla Agricultural as jtoolatlon Involving the right of the city to condemn for streets n part of the Latonla race track property was argued la the court of appeals re IROUND ABOUT THE STATE JtIIWhat Different Kentucky corporations advertisements WlndlschMuhlhauser Saloonkeeper KyFederal hoursMeadows Incompeteucy GULF IN HORSESHOE CAVE Delleved to Have Swallowed the Missing Lecturer Louisville KyWhen the searching party of 100 men following two blood hounds which had been placed In Horseshoe Cavo to find the missing William Worth a Louisville lecturer camo upon only ono dog standing at tho brink of a pit they came to tho conclusion that the other dog and tho man lay dead or alive at the bottom cf tho hole They at once returned six miles to the opening of tho cavern at Horseshoe Cave Ky where they secured ladders and ropes With these some of the bravest will attempt to scale the pit and to learn whether Worth is at tho bottom with tho other dog according to a report from horse Creek Tho bloodhounds were sent Into tho cave and when they had progressed four miles they darted down a aide passage which hid never been tried before Tho patter of human toot steps was hoard distinctly say those who returned but when tho search ors carne to the terminus of tho pas sage they found only ono dot which was baying at the edge of a gloomy and apparently bottomless gulf They could hear nothing from the depths The dog refused to return and is keep- Ing watch at the hole FOUR BREAK JAIL Prisoners Charged With Murder and Burglary Saw Hole In Cell Henderson KyFour prisoners made their escape from the Henderson county jail by cutting through a quar Jcrlnch sheet of Iron at the top of their cells and climbing 10 or 12 feet to the cupola and letting themselves to the ground by means of a rope mado of twisted blankets The work was done with flies or saws It was a flrst class job and looked an If it had been executed by a skilled machinist Tho fugitives are all white men as follows Charles Gerlchs aged 21 formerly in tho navy charged with the murder of Curtis Gllmoro In this county 75 reward Frank Clarke aged 52 charged with tho murder of George W Pritchett In this city 100 reward Obo Palmer 27 years old wanted for havIng burglar tools 4n his possession reward 50 Ishmael GIb- BOn aged 21 charged with receiving stolen goods reward 50 This is the third jail delivery since the construe lion of tho building about 38 years ago Bank Tax Is Held Valid Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the consolidated bank tax cases of S W Hagar auditor vs the First National bank of Lexington The action involved tho taxation of every national bank in the state The court upholds the constitutionality of the aot of 1906 requiring tho assessment for taxation of the par value of capital stock surplus and undivided profits of national banks and that money con varied into government bonds Is not exempted to this extent NlneFoot Stage Louisville Ky Fresh from thl meeting of tho Ohio Valley Improvo moot association at Wheeling W Va Pinckney Varble reported to tho Com menial club here that the ninefoot stage would be completed within the next 10 years He adduced many ap propriations and schedules pf work to back up his statement Tho next con vention of the association will be held hero next year- Wlilson Wins By 15142 Frankfort KyT official returns from 116 counties with the unofficial returns from three counties show Will sons vote in 119 counties to be 213042 W41lsons majority 15142 Hoger re calved 197900 votes against Beck hams 229014 and Belknapa 20276J four years ago- Farmer Becomes Minister New Caitle KyJ W Kelly one ot Henry countys must prominent cltl tens a banker and farmer has been regularly ordained as a minister of the gospel of the Predestlaarlan or Old School Baptist church Mr Kelly U regarded aa a fine Bible scholar Carried Cash on Wheelbarrows Louisville Ky Since the refusal ot the banks here to take certified chucks In payment and the consequent etHel ot tho collector of Internal revenue taxpayers have been carrying tholi money to the internal revenue offlca In wheelbarrows and wagons Paying Off In Gold Lexington KyTho Chesapeake a Ohio Railroad Cos pay car lest here for Cincinnati utter paying oinployw about 20000 In gold The Loutivlll Nashville pay oar is here and will leave 10000 In gold Pardon Seekers Swamp Governor Frankfort ttySo many applications for pardons from relatives and friends of convicts In the two penlten Mantes have boon received that Gov Beckham Issued a proclamation to thu erect that he would receive no more applications to person OoyleAcqliltted- LexlngwR Ky James Poyle chief clerk la the office of State Auditor Ha ger at Frankfort was acquitted In the i court of Justice Bell of the charge ul Interfering with aii officer of the eloue then OB November 51 r 0 ofoo m oso o o o ottto o Kentucky Correspondencel V You Get Nowhere Else etrrtiptideac piMliaM Meta li4 re Ian by tka writer Tba am lit Ur publication kit at I trUeae ftft at good faith Writs plainly e oooOWgWgwowuwuuwuwuwv ROCKGASTLE COUNTY KOCKFORD Nov 26We are having some very nice weather at present Messrs Dcrtlo Parker and Edd Johnson of Crab Orchard Ky visited In this M dotty Saturday and Sunday A protracted meeting began at Macedon la Sunday conducted by the Rev Jos Parsons Miss nettle JIcQollum JJ staying with Mrs Lou Cook of Be resMISS Bottle Todd Is visiting relatives here The wedding bells have been ringing near this place Miss Nora Coylo and Jesse Wren were married last week and another wed ding Is expected at an early date Miss Vlrgia Payne and Mr Ruben J Abney visited Mrs J E McGulri of Berea last week I JtOONE Nov 25Jesse Wren and Miss Nora E Coyle were married Tuesday at the home of the brides mother the Rev J W Lambert officiating After the ceremony a nice supper was served to the many guests present T S Wren went to Paris Ky Sat urday on some business Mrs David Martin entertained quite a number of r young folks from Richmond Friday and SaturdayMr and Mrs Jesse Wren went to Berea Thursday and t bought a nice lot of household goods 3 W Lambert has been quite sick but Is Improving Miss Angle John son visited Mrs Em Huff Sunday near Snyders Switch John Johnson of Illinois will visit relatlvca here Christmas W S Grant has gone to Flanigan KyMr David Grant fl Duncannon Ky will move shortly to near this place Mrs Sam has been quite sick but Is LambertI terMrs Fannie Bolen and tie Wren visited Mrs near jConwayGeorge Lamb of Dreyfus Is near this placeTho Sunday school at Falrvlew is planning to have a nice candy treat Christmas i LAUREL COUNTY MoAVIIOnTKIl Nov 19We are having nome rainy weather at present Lewis Young hast gone to Tennessee to accept a position as Commissary clerkE T Evans has returned from Louisville where he purchased a nice line of clothing and I Holiday goods Quite a number of bird hunters from the Blue Grass region are In this vicinity Jake Mor ris and father have returned from Richmond Alex Morris Is In London this weekGrant Huff la working on the Grade east of London The Bl ble school at the Christian church Is progressing very nicely Mlntcr Bail ey Is very sick with LagrlppeGrant Bailey contemplates moving to Berea so as to keep his children In school this winterS W Smith was In our midst buying geese and turkeys this week On last Thursday Miss Ida the charming daughter of Mr S W Smith and Mr Ed Hurley of Moores Creek Jackson County wore quietly married at the home of the brides parents Died on Tuesday Novem bet 12 old Uncle Ellsha Bowling Ills remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near Dr Stllllngs by the Masonic Order of which he was a member Ho leaves a wlfr and nu merous friends to mourn his death J B Johnson and family Mr Grant Sltscr and two daughters Grace and Blanche and Miss Lsttlo Jones were visiting at Grit Saturday and Sunday Dr Phillips is having his dwelling repainted 3CLAY COUNTY HUKNINO SPRINGS Nov 1Mlss Elizabeth Scoville spent last Sunday with her mother Her brother John left lact week to go to Porto Rico to assist their broth er Hector with his pine apple farm We were glad to havo Riley Doggs t visit our Sunday school yesterday He has many friends around heroStol la the eldest daughter of Thomas McDaniel was badly burned last week grateiIcate here so as to avail themselves of the excellent opportunity to educate their children There remains I one little cottage to rent yet Any one desiring a home for the winter can 1not affonl to miss this opportunity Mr Jones the postmaster has moved to the property recently pur chased from J S Rawllngs Mr IIClarkaton of Rader has recently j moved to the Cornell property which he bought Misses Scoville and Haag en will occupy vacant rooms in the cbool building The rooms are l e tIng papered calsomlned and painted and will be pleasant quarters for i I 1- tt I i them during the winter Mr Abner from OneIda has taken up his abode In the Shell property which he pur chasid Mr Shell has bought the farm owned by John Wilson Nclsoi Garrett has gone to Kansas to locate Ills brother James Henry will the vacated farmMr occupyI move to his home In town so be near the school Misses and Haagen recently gave a very do lightful Halloween party tQ their friends Last week William Hornsby was married to Miss Malvery Raw lings They will soon go to Louis vlllo where he will enter the medical college Dr Anderson and Thomas Rawllngs passed thru our town cr route to Wolchburg where they will spend a few days with Dr Morris while hunting The friends of May Buckner are anxiously waiting her recovery from an attack of c1tIslIr and Mrs Luther Webb an nounce the birth of a little daughter Tho 1C Ps hMO purchased new chairs and now have their new lodge room costly fitted up with all necessary things OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Nov 23Corn gathering and rejoicing over the election are keeping our community busyD B Botner has just returned from Louisville where he has been and purchased a full line of winter goods William DomoII shoes and a 2GO hat on the gov ernors raceJohn Warren a jolly good fellow was up at Vincent a day or two last week spinning yarns and cracking jokes with his many friends Born to the wife of Rolo Venable boy ThursdayD C Malnous hand Benjamin Mclntlre met with an accident a few days ago which came near proving fatal While attempting to catch a three year old steer which they Intended to kill for beef the steer became frightened and ran over each in the scuffle Mr Mclntlre was thrown on the steers back and rode triumphantly out of dangerD W Hubbard of London was calling on the merchants of our place the latter part of the weekT B Venable and Patrick Mays visited church at Island Creek SundayMr and Mrs James Fariey of Cross roads were the guests of Rolo Venable Sunday B B Botner W H Venablo and Uncle William Brandenburg contemplate spending Christmas In Florida H H Malnous was at Heidelburg last week on busi ness Feed stuff of all kinds is high er than has been known for years Corn Is current at 75 cents Daniel Turner with a hand organ and liar vey Venable with a talking machine I will visit the leading places of Clay Jackson and Owsley and give free en tertainments in the line of Sunday school work When you want clean clear cut facts just send in 100 and get Tho Citizen one whole long year JACKSON COUNTY alILUREn Nov 23Wo were all glad to hear of the large majority of A E Will son for GovernorCorn gathering Is all the go now There was a gospel meeting held at Oak Grove beginning Friday night and holding till Sunday with A large crowd present George McCollum and his brother Namus satIurdayIt did no damage James Farmer and wife of Hamilton Qhlo are on n few weeks visit among Kentucky friends People are now getting ready for winter for It Is almost here Tho Game law is out now and the rabbits and birds had better hide out Tho measles are still raging around hero very much Thursday is Thanksgiving Day and the old turkey had better hide oUtWe are all glad to see Saturday come so we can get The CIUzen1 Harvey Moore is in the coal mining business this fall We hopo he has good successJames H Moore sold his mule for 80 James Dunigan has purchased him a fine shot gun for 25 He says Its a ndyMrs Stewart who has been in very bad health this fall la slowly improving Wo hope for her recovery soon iTYNUIl Nov 22We have had lots of rain for a few daysM F Goodman and Maggie Goodman visited Jim Hamil ton Thursday night and reported a visitIlogexpecting several weddings at this place Christmas S C Goodman tf IVelchburg killed a hoglast week and jot fourteen gallons of lard out of it1 Mr and Mrs John Moore and Miss Maggie Goodman visited Jack 4 it Moores last Saturday night and also j Miss Eva MaddenMr Fred Jones and W It Fader called at Mr Jhn Hamiltons last SundayMr Thomas Bullock Is having his kitchen weather boarded Mlsa Mary Rico visited Maggie Goodman Tuesday night Mi Jim Hamilton and M F Goodman attended church at Oak Grove Sunday 1Sudle Miller Is peddling tencon rlngsW It Reyolda and family visI- ted John Naulzs last Sunday Misses Maud Hamilton and Zoo Moore visited Nora Jones Tuesday night Miss Claud Hamilton visited Miss Ilu wouldIlikeIIvnn Nov 23Jlm Englo visited his ulster Mrs Flnley Judd of McKee last SundayMr and Mrs Robert Bongo visited their son and daughter of Dreyfus last Saturday anti Sunday Willlo Harbor has returned from Hamilton 0 where he had been Mrs1GeorgeMr and Mrs Harden on urday night Mrs Milton Broughtoi and son of Brassfleld passed thru this vicinity Tuesday Harden Az blll and Maton Baker made a business trip to George Bongos Tuesday Johnnie Dean who cut his foot sometime ago Is Improving Mr and Mrs Tom Click aro talking of moving near Kerby Knob soon We will miss such good neighbors Mlron Sparks I and Lloyd Halo made a business trip to Bsrca Saturday Mrs Mary Englo was the guest of Mrs Robert Dense Sunday Miss China and Myrtle Hudson wera the guests of Mrs John son Saturday night Mart Abrams who has been on the sick list Is able to bo out again Miss Rosa Pow ell has the mumps dud her school has closed until she got able to teach again Solen and Francis bill entertained several young LeoI pie at their homo Saturday Miss Beatrice Hale gave the glrU and boys a social Saturday night Several were present and repcrrteda fine time We invite everybody tJ Sunday schoolINov 2LE P Radcr has gone to Rosses Creek to workN J Coyle went to McKee on business last Mon day Reason Baker and Win Hobbs are gathering corn for N J Coyle Green M Mitchell and Mr Cornett drummers called on N J Coyle Wed nesday Reason Baker Richard Mao Forland Deslle Powell and Willie Coyle caught six oppossums and one hide Tuesday night Francis Cabbard caught a fox last Sunday Miss Bottle Isaacs Elgle Rader Richard and Jag Isaacs went to Ross Creek last week on a visit Mrs Sallle Rose was the guest of Mrs Ella Coyle Friday Mrs Adle Isaacs was the guest of JJlsa Maud Powell Friday Miss Maud Pow ell was the guest of Mrs Alex Blanlor last Sunday Clifton Webb and Alex Blanton are through logging Harden Long and Alfred Moore are going to Maulden In two weeks on a visit Carter Sparks of Drip Rock was in Fox Town Thursday N J Coyles baby is improving It has been very sick Miss Betllo Isaacs and Miss Vina MacForland visited the Sand Spring school Tue dayINov 25Wo have had quite a lot of rain In this part of the section A largo crowd attended church at Friendship Sunday In It were Misses Bccca Maud and Lillie Farmer and AllIryrier and Charley Simpson called at this place Sunday evening Green Morris of Mildred visited his brother Thomas here Tuesday night George King is building a new smoke house Will Turner of Gray Hawk passed thru hero Friday on his way to E Bernstadt Misses Liza Sarah and Annie Turner visited at Owen Kings Sunday night Mia Turner and Owen King have been hauling logs from hero to Johnsons mill Welchburg Cora King was the welcome guest of hfr cousin Ida King Thursday night Mrs Sarah jr Kidd who has been living at Louisville has moved to her new homo near thIs place Wo are glad to have Mrs Kidd for a neighbor Earl King little son of Owen King has been 111 for a few days but Is im proving Mrs Julia King has been on tho sick list for the last two weeks We are glad to say that Mrs Jennie Medlock who has had the measles is up again There are no new cases of measles in this community at present John Hurley has purchased a fine pair of mules from Neal Cope Miss Murray visited her sister In Laurel County last weekINpv 22 pleasant weather here at this writing B H Cole and family of Pittsburg Ky moved to their new homo near Hurley last weekMrs Jane Is aacs of near Egypt visited her daughter Kizzle Hurley of this place last weekGeorge McCollum visited friends and relatives in Madison lounty last week NannU Gabbard f I rJ was the welcome guest of Miss Tom rate Angel Sunday night Mr Hoi lards school is progressing nicely with very good attendance There is whispers of a wedding In this vicinity Tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Hurley Is very sick at this writing I 1IATIIA Nov 22Isaao Tcaguo and eon El bert have returned from Hamilton 0 where they have been working for some time There will be a box supper at Pleasant Grove church Satur day night Mr and Mrs B F Garland were visiting their daughter Mrs weeklandteresting sermon at Lebanon church Miss Emma Langdon is visiting Miss Bessie and Rachel Welch this weekEmery llousonnd Charlie Mc Whorter were the guests of Misses Molllo and Dora Bowling Sunday Nov 24 OOOCllLANU Dave Gabbard of McKeo has bought Harvey Cooks farm at Double Lick and will buy ties and sell goods there He will begin business Dec 2The school hero Is wry weak atlendlngTMjfarmers cornJoe Durham who has been living with Harm Callahan has none down the creek but is coming back In about a week PAIUIOT Nov 2Lot of work In our vicin ity but It is reported that ties are gone down Messrs J II Hundley and W M Clnagln drummers made a business trip to LouUvlllo this week After two long years of suffering MeIDowellnesday night the 20th The bereaved have our deepest sympathy Miss Florence McDowell who has been vis t iting her aunt Serllda King of Bcrca has returned homo George lorton of near Green Hall made a call at Letter alsoIclosed with one addition to the church HAMILTON OHIO LETTER Nov 33A largo number of men aro without employment in Hamilton owing to the money stringency A number of the shops havo reduced their payrolls A great many foreigners were discharged and havo taken their departure possibly for their foreign homes Reports show that thousands of them are boarding steamers every day now for Europe each taking from 100 to 1000 with them This Is given as one of the causes of the money panic George It Stewart of Tennessee coworker of the late Sam P Jones will speak to the men of Hamilton at the Y M C A Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The Supreme Court has held the Alkln saloon law In Ohio to bo valid by a unanimous decision The case was filed In the Superior Court a year ago on tho ground that the bill was never signed bv Gov Pattison deceased By agreement It was reserved to a general term where It was argued at length Under this law tho saloon license was raised yearLastlSunday tho subject Does tho Thoirtro wield a moral Influence on the people of tho City was debated and a lively and warm discussion followed Rev 8 131 Alley pastor of tho First Baptist church advanced many good points or the negative side of the question Thanksgiving Day will be observed hero Thursday Nov 23 by tho clos- Ing of all factories and suspension of business In general Many of the churches will hold special services to God for his unbounded goodness and thanks for anoth or harvest and prosperity The County Teachers Association hero today Saturday The chief will bo by Dan In will discuss Mllllkln of the of Ed- t Tho Country Past Present and Future- FARM FOR SALE 31 acres on the Richmond 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