You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 3, 1903. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1903 cit1903090301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 3, 1903. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tH1Ht+ + H1 HIt1lt Hf i JAMES MILTON X Editor and a tnlend at tkt ftAofM at Arnn taus MaU H+IIHIIIl1 Ht II1VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1903 One dollar a year NO 11 IIDEAS High words imunlly indicate low manners Marl cannot bo n knave without being a fool Most men die bolero they have learned to live The chief happiness of this lifo in the hope of n hotter one A man must bo willing to Ira soon through if ho wishes to bp trunlod TAKE NOTICE Honor of the Mountain People will be found on page 6 FROM THE WIDE WORLD IMI Vwwviun near Naples Italy is in eruption- A yellow fever outbreak in reported at LinnroH Mexico Tho death rate itt said to ho fourteen a tiny An Aiinlrin gunboat foundered off ItHnnIonly of her crow vrerotiaved The spirit of revolution in Columbia in gaining strength dally owing to thn optoHiHon to the Pnnaiua canal A panio wan caused on tho under ground inilivny nt iarin Franco by a tire on n train Several persona wore hurt Time American members of the Alaskan Boumlnrv Commission arriv wl In Liverpool The Commission will begin its meetings in London Sept Tho reported assassination of U S Vice Consul Wm C Mogolssen at Beirut Syria has proved to bo a mis tAke The American ollicial was fired upon by would bo aEianains but es caped uninjured Apology was im mediately made by the Turkish Government but a fleet of U S war ships has been ordered to BeirutL IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Two cloudbursts at Council Bluffs Iowa destroyed fciOOOOO worth of Tom L Johnson of Clove land was nominated by the Democrats for Governor of Ohio James K Yardaman was Dominated by the Democrats for Governor of Mississippi by 10000 majority lioprrsentativo Williams of Miss issippi will probably be the next Democratic loader in the house of Representatives There is much wild talk about lynching in America The facts surer y these During the last 21 years thoro have been 8232 lynchings The worst years were 1881 and 1892 1872 negroes have been lynched or 89B year l2litj whites have Mon lynched or 69 a yoar This included 88 colored suit 23 white women Not quits 3ft por cent of tho negroes wero ohaigcd with criminal assault upon women No graduate of any Negro college has over boon charged with this crime Tho lynching of negroes in North ern States has drawn in sections where there wero many foreigners anti Southerners Tho recent mob in I Delawaro was organized by a Texan and largely mode up of oxconvicts The United States hay paid over half a million dollars as indemnity for foreigners who havo boon lynched in this country- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- A local option election at roonTillo resulted ia a victory for tho prohibi tion element Georgo F Johnson who was for sixteen years County Clerk of Law renco county ia dead Tho jury in the Caleb Powers cine at Georgetown found Powers guilty and fixed his punishment at death A terrific haiMorm passed through Gallatiu County August 21 damag ing crops to the amount of 130000 Ex United Staten Marshal D J Burchett was nominated for Represen dative by Republicans of Boyd and 1Lawrenco counties preachers of Louisville nro working to reach tho colored people who aro outsido church in Uiionco and movo them in tho diroo lion of temperance obedience to law and general thrift cud respectability- A committee of trustees has decided to rocomawad Dr J J Taylor of Norfolk Vs for the presidency of Georgetown College to succeed Dr B D Gray wlio recently resigned Sister Beatrice a Louisville nun who was Miss Lena Gerdes will sail for tho Hawaiian Islands to sacrifice her life as a missionary and puree in the Government leper colony 1 J HtlH1rJTHE CITIZEN BEREA COLLEGE Another promising year begins with the opening of the Fall Term Wednesday September 16 J903 Some interesting facts concerning its teachers courses and the many good things it offers OUR COLLEGE BAND Is under the direction of Mr O M Simpson of Alexis 111 and receives instruction uniforms and the use of instruments free of charge Thoro Bro yet a few places unfilled Why has God sent us Prosperity Do you realize that these are pros perous times There is work for everybody And tho pay ia good Wo havo good prices for our bark andour ties and our cattle Titnoa will not always bo so good and now is the time to get ahead Let us make good uso of prosperity Value the Fall TermOpens Sept 16 Thnro is a great increase in tho number of young people who come to Hchool at Berea in the fall term President William Goodell Frost In the first place can be sure to get theta while bad weather and highstreams hinder many In the winterIn next place it is cheaper Berea Cong and There is n groat Uoalof talkabout the now Kentucky We are going to make a great exhibit of what Ken tucky can do when she is waked up at the St Louis Exposition Now Boron College aunt itsstudonta are in tho forefront of Kentuckys for ward movement The first subscription for the SI 00 000 fund for the St Louis Exposition came from Boron College Every one knows that tho great need of our State is more manufac Lures and Boron is just completing a building which with its engine and machinery will cost over 40000 which is to be used in instructing young Kentuckians in the skill and craft necessary for manufacturing especially for the manufactures which use the fine woods so abundant in our State We desire to train some of our home talent for these coming industries and not lot them all be in the hands of people who come from outside We will welcome outsiders but we do not wish our own sons to bo pushed aside for lack of education and training And so with our Agriculture and Forestry Bores is introducing ideas about crops and stockand care of forest lands which will put thousands of dollars into the homes of Eastern Kentucky Now what will do you and your family the greatest good Is it not education Have you not long wished that you could go to a first clasa school or send your child t This year you can do it God has sent this prosperity on purpose to help you to this greatest of blessings of you You do not need so much clothing and board costs a dollar a mouth lets More than this there is a better chance to get work to help on your expenses in the fall There is less work in tho winter and tho weather is likely to be bad Above all the teachers can do more for the students who are on hand at the beginning of the school year Special arrangements are made for those who are teaching and cannot get here till the winter term Dec 16 but all our successful students know that it is a very great advantage to be in school through the fall term Do not miss your opportunity this fall Do not wait to get a lot of new clothing for we favor plain clothing in Berea Write to Secre tary Will 0 Gamble today and make your plans to be in Borea on Wednesday the IGth day of Sept Kentuckys ProgressA- nd so with our Homo Science Bores has four specially trained ladies giving their whole timo to this department which fits tho girls to prepare wholesome food mako good garments care for the sick and brighten the home and the faces of all the dear ones in the home Seoy Will C Gamble So with the Normal and Extonsion Departments Berea teaches its normal students not only how to pass an examination but how to teach and how to run a school Every family in Eastern Kentucky ought to have at least ono sou or daughter at Beroa this fall l CONTINUED ON THIRD PAGE j t 7 I1 17 x r The HUSTLING CASH STORE l 1Everything in I Spring Goods and Summer I at the Hustling Cash Store MUST GO I LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ER 1 i I1A MAN to bo well dressed must select his collars culls neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats and MENSFURNISHINGS in general with groat care Soled them from our stock and you will mako uo mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily We sell Douglas Shoes for men and boys and Queen Quality shOOs for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky Farm For Sale 2 12 miles north of Berea A good house good orchard plenty of water plenty of timber for fencing and tuel Si acres in tract Will soil as a whole or in two pieces to suit purchaser Call or write H K Richardson Berea Ky- BLACKDRAiT T V fflEDIPRDS THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE trA sallow dizziness biliousness and a coated tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles as they are painbutthough less painful at the start are much harder to cure flloofonls MackDraught never fails to benefit incased and weakened kid neys It stirs the torpid liver to throw off the of fever and It is a certain preventive of cholera and Urights disease of tho kidnes With re hlnckDraught yetlowperfect health and have no other doctor than Tiicdfords Hlack Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mullins S C March 10 1901 BlackDraughtlorthree takingbItkidneytroublescomplaints Rev A 0 LEWIS f U M Day HHHHIHK I I +IIt+ Circulation Subscribe TodayI l r l1HlHIIH Greatly prices on aUISummer dress goods wash goods white goods ginghams embroideries laces etc Ladies shoes I icutsgents clothing hatsiin fact everything offered at suspriso and all An opportunity to secure bargains at your price Dont miss it i I i severe JaJr iiiannaman Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens Womens Shoes Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry l f If Its From Joplins Its Good A lull lino of FUHN1TU1CE always on handiWo invite our Boron friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night reduced and and please and and Se JOPLIN Richmond I THE are similar con dition and examined are This is caused and CHRISMANJoe to suit require meuta are here Tests with modorn put us in which enables us eyes right- glasses Prices T to Main splendid Ky IR H Istock Ky IWelch WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle f SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries IROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage WorksIC F HIQQINS PropI East End Barber Shop North of Printing Ofllco Shave lOc Hair Cut IBc Shampoo 160 Razors sharpened 15c to 2fic R B DOE Proprietor 4 TIME KEEPERSIIT iuheer extravagance to buy a wofthleu watch Buy hlghelait timekeep er at the tight are They more tare you pricetJ Ours ore Write for cataloeue or nnI- RIONCIRARDETBCO ntid Wet Jbrlct lednSl rr The CITIZEN an 8 i page weekly Ia yea I Ii ly t5T La THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEUEA KENTUCKY CHILDREN 3Tie rlccping echoes of her QuIet room Are never waked by bUrl Is of childish glee Und up the polished rtnlrcftte n ver come Light ratterlngs of footsteps swIft and free Alone the liltS and In the twilight gloom Dreams happily of what shall never bel Sometimes her wistful fancy strews the floor Rich carpeted and neat with brtken toys- ratnte finger prints on window class and door Hears echoes of shrill laughter and rude noire All thnt tired mother might deplore Would reem to her ctarvtd heart as priceless Joys Till from the world without tome sudden note Of childish voices through her vision ring And sobs of anguish rise to her white throat Round which no dimpled arm in mis chief clings Gone nre the sweet dream fancIes ns may float From earth to heaven the flash of an IGel wings And yet no little empty crib is there To mock the mother arm outstretched- in vain Bbe hoards no shining tress of silken hair No tiny grave where burled hopes lie slain Only the deeper lots the has to bear Upon whose heart no babe of hers has lain Ida Goldsmith Morris in Loulivlll CourierJournal t A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Author of Mm alArm The Son a Tory tic Ccrrrighl by Llrplncclt Co All tights reserve- dCIIAPTER I THE NEERDO WELL The powerful locomotive which Brew the long freighttrain came to a sudden atop Something in the na ture of a spasm so human was it communicated itself from car to car and each in turn ceased to more The jar wakened Rossiter out etretchxl upon the top of some boxes ODd bales from a heavy sleep und on opening his eyes and finding himself cmcompassed by n brcathlsss tropical blackness he did not for an instant realize where he was lie put out his laud and encountered the boards of the carroof just above his head Then he recalled his thereabout He was reeking with sweat for the atmosphere of the con lined space was stilling All day the pitiless September sun had blazed in a coppery heaven all day the parched cart had given back to the sky the fumes of heat and yet Itosiilter had clung to his oven like retreat in the first place because with every revolution of the wheels lie was carried nearer to his destination and in the second place because lie could not easily descend from the train while it was in motion a loaf of bread and a few dryeotJkles had serdedto quiet the gnawings of longer two wizened lemons had in a measure allayed the pangs of thirst nut now he sought in vain for the lust precious bit of fruit which lie hind intended to keep ugaiiiKt this time of need The jolt ing of the car had evidently caused Ills treasure to roll from the spot where he had placed it with such care Ittering an exclamation of disappointment he dragged himself u few feet and placed his lips to a crack In the side of the cur through which he drank eagerly great druvghts of the partially cooled night air As he was about to resume his former position he inhaled a heavy waft of engine smoke The devil he ejaculated This is more than I can stand lIe seized his little bundle of clothes and worked his way over the bales nnd boxes to the door For a time he feared that he was hopelessly a prisoner as the obstinate barrier to JiJB escape would not budge The per pirution streamed from his forehead into his eyes and his hair was us wet though he had soused his Head In water He had taken stock of the fastenings when he had stowed himself away ut Clevalo but he was discovering that an easy entrance into n freight cur packed with merchandise that has space enough to shift slightly does not necessarily menu an easy exit At length after several sharp creaks of remonstrance the door gaped sufficiently to allow him to squeeze his body through He cast a glance up and down the adjoining track and then leaped down At his feet crunched upon the cinders someone sprang from the next car to the 4op of the one he had just quitted It was a brakeman Yon damn tramp he shouted null raised his hand as though about to hurl n missile Jlostdtcr ran dodging as he went but nothing save a harsh guffaw fol lowed from the cartop Sold Johnny bellowed the brakeman but I can tell ye if Id had a hunk of coal yed have got it bUm in tIle back Just then vriUj a long series of jerks the train started An electric light beyond the U ackn threw the gesticulating figure on the car top into strong outline for a moment and his pose held Rossiter atten eaon Lpt the ec t IpP- I su1 Y spoiled by the onward mcvemtnt of the train Rosslter now turned to survey his surroundings The sput tering electrics told him that he was In a town of considerable size Above the rumbling cars several large build ings loomed blackly Behind him the ground sloped sharply to a stream which he could not see on account of a white vapor which hung over it At his left was a bridge and as he examined this and the ugly frame structures which lined the street tow wards which it led n sense of fit miliarity gave him a swift thrill of surpriseThe deuce he exclaimed I won der if it Is He wheeled to the right and re garded a long freight house and a tall pile capped by a huge sign the letters upon which he vainly strove to distinguish A puzzled expression crossed his face and he waited impatiently for the caboose of the freight train to pass At length the tracks were clear A few rods away on one side of n small square the lights of a hotel twinkled through the branches of a row of elm trees Directly opposite was n railway sta tion a short distance from which n freight and accommodation train was about pulling out lllica by Jove cried Hossiter Well if this isnt curious and his mind went backa dozen years to the June day when he hind last set foot in the quiet city on the banks of the Mohondagii Then he was n thought less youth fresh front college full of a youths dreams not without am bition and now well his present status was not one to be contem plated with pride nor did the vlhta down which he looked in retrospect afford him many gleams of satisfac lion lIe was wont to tell himself at times that he had had hard luck but when he faced the cold truth he knew in his innermost soul that luck had played no part whatever in his descent of the ladder of respectabil ity Never more clearly than at this moment amid surroundings long ago familiar did he realize what an utter wreck he had made of his life But he put on the ledlnr care air he was at intervals accustomed to assume and slouched across the tracks in the direction of the station What hour can it be he mut tered Rather late I judge by the fact that there are so few people about There was a man standing in the open station doorway whom Ilossiter took from his dress to be either n ticket agent or conductor He lad his watch in his hand Will you he kind enough to tell me the time Kossiter asked The railroad inn opened hits lips ns though he were about to answer but as he glanced at his questioner astonishment seemed to choke his ut WELL IF YOU AINT A BEAUTY terance He looked Jtossitor up and down and finally let his eyes rest coweredbeard the forehead grimy and streaked with perspiration the hair hanging in greasy elflocks iron be neath n torn cap Well if you aint a benutyl he exclaimed with nn amusedchuckle IJosulters hand went up to hits face as he moved on lIe searched his pockets for what served him as a handkerchief pulled it out and mopped his forehead cheeks nnd neck Then he paused an instant and endeavored to smooth his hair a trifle but without much success The mans words hind affected him more than such a speech would usually have done He had received too many kicks and culTs and oaths to heed thorn much ns a rule but somehow the rebuff with which he hind just met stung like a sharp blow upon nn oven wound Heretofore he had associated with Illicit nothing but pleasant things Whenever ho hind viklted it formerly from the small town less than a dozen miles dis tant where he had passed his col Ijge days he hull always been treated with very marked favor To lllica the students frequently sojourned for their half holidays It was there they attended the theater hind their din ners and sometimes joined in social functions Among the young men of his time at Monroe college us the ad joining institution was called no one visited lllica more frequently than liosslter With plenty of money nt his command possewd ofII bright manner and a ready wit and being withal quite prominent as an athlete he hind once bad a number of friends and many acquaintances In the staid lint pleasant inland city He supposed that he had burltd shame he hind told himself that ho had worn out regret but both now rose to torment him As he mored in the direction of the square he passed one of the station windows and glanced in A clock high upon the wall informed him that it was quarter past eleven lt have n beer U thfl last nickel he said molstanlnif his parched lips with his tongue Presently he rounded the corner of the station and stood in the full glare of the electric lights There were a few men seated upon the hotel steps and at the upper end of the open space a trolleycar was putting down a passenger otherwise there was no indication of life Hossiter plunged a hand into one of his Irons ers pockets and drew forth four coins n fivecent piece and three pen nies He knew that It would be folly to attempt to enter the hotel so ha started along the north side of the square In search of a saloon He did not hate to go far A gnyly illumined place which went by the name of The Kcneiieo soon caught his eye Two men whom he had not noted in his first survey of the square were lounging upon opposite sides of the doorIt that yer las chaw o terbaecer yeve got In yer face Hill demanded one of the other as Kofslter up proached The expression was not new to him lIe had heard It before among men of the class to which these loafers belonged the class to whose level or lower he himself lied sunk but it now carried with It an unwonted reproach It revealed to him with pain ful vividness his own position in the world and he cursed the fate that lead caused him to leave the freight train lllica was potent in rousing the unwelcome spectre of the past in stirring memories that he hind fancied dead or so somnolent that they would never waken to plague him in kindling longings that he had for many u day resolutely banished As llossiter drew near and it be came evident thnt he was seeking the saloon the two loungers stepped back to allow him to enter scanning him wJth leering curiosity an he walked toward the bar With one hand he tossed ids little bundle of clothes upon the polished slab behind which in troupers and gauze undershirt n closecropped redfaced IrithAmer lean was standing and with the other cast down his last precious nickel A glass of beer for Heavens fake said he The saloonkeeper shot an amused glance at him seized a beer mug turned n spigot held the mug up eyeing its contents critically blew oft the foam put it beneath the tap lignin and then placed it be fore fiossiter with a flourish Still hotternn ell he remarked Ilosfitcr answered with a little nod of assent and then gave himself over to the luxury of the beaded draught Xo bottle of vine quaffed in his primrose days had ever afforded him quite the satisfaction he experienced from that plebeian beer lIe put the mug down with n sigh Have another asked the saloon keeper Itosslter smiled regretfully and produced his three remaining lien miles chinking them in his hand Quest not he answered- Oh said the man behind the bar goodnaturedly I see youre ruttier down on yer luck Ill scan treat Theyll some crackers over there he added pointing to a nicked dish that stood upoii a table on the opposite side of the room Itosslter helped himself to a genet Otis handful and returning took up his brimming mug that was awaiting himHeres looking at you he said My best thanks Coin hopplckln I suppose said the saloonkeeper a he tossed off his ponyHadnt thought of It replied line citer who now recalled that it was the season of the hopharvest when there was n large influx of people into lllicu on their way to the hop fields a dozen miles or so back among the hills Thought likely ye were Theya n big crowd goln tills year They say the crops heavy An idea flashed Into lUisnltcrs brainI If I could get n chance to pick he queried Gosh yes nnld the saloonkeep er plenty o chance if ye kept sober Kossltcr made some additional Inquiries in regard to time matter ot hiop picking then ns the saloon keeper suggested that he guessed hed shut up the vagrant took Ills bundle from the bar und sought time street I might try it he mused ns he strolled aimlessly in the direction of the station Ill see how It strikes me In the morning Iteaching the railway tracks he halted for ti moment in Indecision The station was closed so it was line JesB to attempt to get an hour or two of rest upon one of the noats under the plea thnt he was waiting for a train Turning to the left he walked parallel with the tracks for more than thrice n score of paces crossed n deserted street and de soled directly in front of him a freight house along nil sides of which n platform extended On the side towards the railway some freight cars were standing upon n switch He gained the platform and began trying the doors of these ears They were nil securely fastened however so he slipped down between one of them and the platform be neath which he groped his way till lie found whore some chips and sweepings had been thrown Here he arranged his bundle for n pillow stretched himself out and was soon calmly slumbering Nightlong near him darkened express trains went rushing by or began to slacken speed with n hiss of Hteam and a grating of wheels but they disturbed him not and when the breezeless dawn began to break he was still sleeping as peacefully ae though hip bed were 11f J J miry j CHATTER n ON THE BANKS OF TilE MOJ10N DADA ItosMters rest was broken the next morning by the rattle and creak of n hnnd truck on the boards above his head Through the open space between the ground and the floor of the freight car just in front of him he could see the sunlight gleaming upon the rails and so knew that It wan broad day Commonly on awakening he was In no haste to be stirring but on this occasion he displayed nn unusual activity Almost as soon as he realled that the wonted round of busy men hind begun he sat up shook the dirt from his bundle and from his clothec end crept from his shelter Crawling under the freight car so that no one about the freight house should see him and suspect him of mischief he stepped off brisk ly rubbing the sleep from Ills eyes The air was still fresh with the cool of the dawn but the sun was peering blear and red through the haze that curtained the heavens nnd there was er Indication of nn other IIwelterlor day On glancing along the street upon which the freight house stood HoFMter noted not far distant n large sign extend ing over the sidewalk Stabling was the word which years previous hind been traced upon It AH Itoxxttcr drew near the sign ho beheld n wide gate which gave entrance to n yard of considerable extent in the rear of a second or thirdclass lintel Upon time yard n long shied opened and likewise a capacious barn In the center of the barn doorway n hostler was leisurely grooming n horse Towards this man the vagrant advanced Can I get a joh1 asked he ns he came within speaking distance Id be willing to work for n bit of break fast The hostler paused currycomb In one hand brush in the other Snow nnythln about n hots he demanded surveying tho applicant with considerable doubt Yes said llosMtcr something Ie8 tee- The vagabond dropped his bundle and the man relinquished currycomb nnd brush to him Youll do he said presently I gins ye kin room yer brekfu t nil right enough He moved away find Hotter heard him cleaning stalls Then he climbed to the loft and began pitching down hay After a little he descended and soon np geared lending another horse Thatll do fer the tiny lie laid Try yer hind on this un To Re Continued J The Miin With n Couch When the prectnt premier minis ter of Kngtard frequented time gif links at North Itorwlrk n good deal more than he does now hits caddie wns usually an elderly man who WAS one of the noted characters of tho vicinity One clay Mr Itolfour wni being followed over the course lv n tnnnll gallery of admirers among whom was n man with n harking cough This ntlllcted individual al ways coughed at the critical moment just when the player teas making n difficult shot Mr Balfour showed evident signs of nervousness while the irritation of hit raddle became gradually more and more pro nounced Finally the man with the cough trespassed upon the caddies patience once too often Mr lialfour was on the point of making a long put but his attendant stopped him and approaching the group of sped Inters naked with studied politeness as he pointed to the offender Can any o you gentlemen oblrcge this man wi a jujube Iriniipt AceriitnncT An Englishman visiting in this country nttonded n dinner given by a hostess whose hospitality IK unto rlounly Inadequate Her dinners have often been referred to ns sum pies and Invitations to them mire not ncccpted with alacrity the second time Her wealth Is large however and her social persistence Is untiring there are usually sonic guests ut time table The Kngllshman wax a big fellow says the New York Sum whose family hind been kind to the hostess when she Will In London The dinner was of the usual loathe quate kind that her friends expect ed It served merely as an appetizer to the hungry Kngllshmiin and when the coffee was served Indicating that the dinner was nt nn end his dpnt ifcfnctlon was amusing to the other guests The hostess did not notice it however and said to him nmlably Now do tell me when we may have the pleasure of limiting you dlnn with us ngalnl- lmmedlahly madam Immediate ly watt the unexpected reply MnOc Tint Slrnlim tilt Clolliltiir The standard of musical excellence varies according to differences of taste nationality anti occupation Mrs Lmblntt r whose husband was the director of a New York orchestra hind a standard of her own which she did not hesitate to confess to one of her jielghbors What operas tines your husband like to play best asked the visitor it friendly and wellmeaning person That I know not sold the wife busily darning an old shirt but this I know Whateffer he like 1 like rot the Wagner operas For the sound they arc good enough hint for time clothes ach he neffer yet comes home from any one of those Wngner operas that he linn not torn n place In his poor old shirt When the cloth is weak mind line been often mended one prefers tbf JUJJao onera j A Sweet Tooth In responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the cause of do coy it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in goodcondition Wo clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine set of teeth at 5 made on zyloulto or rubber are absolutely per fect We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cents The bout amalgam Filling 75 cents Special ac commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Office to iv t millRichmond Kyl rorlftIPaalyrn rePreSWIFT COrtolttY7Opp SPatntOlaceWatllnpleaDQ- For a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and n quick cure is certain For sale S E Welch Jr byI tameour antS 1Ii tIJ laltr e4 tot TELEPHONES Complete 750 per flit Card ran of rtriN srs- atMl 411a Ito ir let lJlra ui M taut kitruat cn mae the uerarr rua UMllou i ibcxii prrvtoui kuowltr of J rum Tfcli li s coaipirl uutnt In lutlf and IdluUtt lt foli mug IroaJIITalelapeal IIy 111 Kl atapiroar4Tap Ill IIIIIOIAX C TAII rl 70- 1rrarrulso ncacrncr SMOW JurrBT fmiMBOaX 1oriivnt Kr A Purgative Ilrotitre If you ever took De Witts Little Early Risers for biliousnost or con stipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing un pleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved W H Ho well of Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for consti pation sick headache etc For sale by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Borca College has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow leg prices Coverlids f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to fiG cents n yard Dress Linsey GO cents a yard Jeans GO coats a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets ore not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2l yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply lu per eon or by letter tc Mrs Hcttfe W Graham Berea Ky Honmcli Trouble- I have been troubled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Reach of Clover Nook Form Greenfield Mass A few duB tRt I was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains stomach und Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a nnyItheee Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by S E Welch JrI MONIIMENTSYeas Oraaltend Marbleli Work of nil kinds done In a t workmanlike manner nt rca Bonable pncos and with dispatch All work guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORAI RICHMOND Ky tlUf41aICtororiot MaiD audCollins A taunt Prom Ire tread C W Lnudis Porter for the Ori J eutnl lintel Chauuto Inn says IIIIknow what it was to suffer with neu ralgin ltd I did and I got a bottlo of Ballads Snow Liniment and Iiwas raised from the dead I tried to got tome more but before I halt do posed of my bottle I was cured en tirely I am cilia do truth too iT r0 and 100 at East End Drug CoI DR M Ee JONESI 11g DentisteI Office Over 1riutinK office Once Days Wednesday 10 cad of the week L L GARNET HOTEL Pitted up Meals Hoard lad Lodging at popular prices Second st opposite Court HOUMJ Richmond Ky- II G ENGLE Prop I lta6eida Ill or CliniMbrrUlu CcucU Il uinlj I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than and it has given entire I have sold n pile of it mend it highly JOSEIH tI1tisfautionJLinton Iowa You remedy n good friend with a cough or cold It alwavs I lords a quirk relief and is pleasant lake Fcr sale by S E Welch Jr toii Without Harness The beet horse iu the world in of lit tie mina With woll made pterfocl fitting harness on he bwomos both useful and ornnmuntal If style is desired our 510 BUGGY HARNESSt will fill the bill to dot It is light ViQudsotuo mud very durable If strength is the main considora tlou our 520 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was nil Iron T I l1oberlyI Richmond Ky 1 Cltuu Usually begins with the symptons of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing soro throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respiration Give frequent small doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it1 and at the first fiign of a croupy cough apply fre quently Bollards Snow Liniment ex ternally to tho throat 60 ceula al East End Drug Co 1iooGROCERIES DRY GOODS ruur sad Vrrrlabl a Specialty Sole agent for Baoaer Cream Bread OPP05tT IUBDIII MILL- i J jlTHECITIZEN I T BEREA COLLEGE Continued from Pago Ono j OUR BRICKYARD Which hon a capacity of 25000 bricks per tiny furuinhpH employment to 25 to 30 students during tho summon and fall under tho excellent supervision of Mr S L Clerk Do You Know Boron College was founded in 18Tr Boroa draws mare Hludontfl from tho North tlmn any other Southern iltornn students last year had tho of seeing and hearing Col Goo W Bali tho silvertongued orator of Kentucky lion Augustus 1gWillsou and Jas Sjxwd of Rev Goo W Mooro of Nash rills Tonu j Julian Kalph tho distinguished author of Now York Win II Mnhor of Toledo and moro than twenty other prominent speakers from different parts of our country IIBoresgave good boanl to its ntu spite of tho small price paid and tho increased crst of provisions losing nearly 1000 on its onrdng hall last year but kinping tho young people well fod Prof W W Weaver tho now Director of tho Music Department of Berea College cornea from t Ohio whoro ho hits for n number of years been very successful ns a teach t er of vocal nnd instrumental music Ho has boon a student of Frederick W Hoot Warren C Coffin W WI Houhhnw Clement B Shaw and fI- R Palmer Good things nro prom isod in a musical way this year Miss Lola Loer of Effingham III who is to bo tho teacher of piano is n graduate from Beethoven Conserva tory St Louis Mo ono of the bent in tho country Miss Loor will be a great addition to tho teaching force of Berua College ITheMormons AgainIr Tho Mormons who call themselves latter tiny Saints are still sending n few mismouariofl into Eastern Ken lucky and thoy nro anything but saints They conceal their real aims and doctrine BudIIRO about an wolves in sheeps clothing A friend I in Utah writes that thoy are prnctio AgainR Wo hopo you enjoy reading Tilt CITIZEN Has lithe old man heard tho Farm Department f Has Mother seen tho Homo Department Have tho young folks read tho story and j tho SlIndnYRchoolleBSoll8 Do you notice there are no whiskey or tobacco advertisements in this paper and that it is clean and pure nil through Now could you do n better thing for yourself and your family than to send n dollar to Jas M Racer pub usher of THE CITIZEN BeroaKy and have the paper como to your homo 31 Yuan A Ujipejillc R H Foster1 BIB 2d bothered City I hove boon or for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently I got a bottle of Her bino One bottle cured me I am now off on tho second I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too CO cents at East End Drug Co vo Tho average health of our students is far better than that of an equal number of young people at home Our healthful location regular bnbita nnd tho care of our popular nurse Mrs Owens make our young people safer than at home Thoro arc no saloons in force There are seven literary societies Instruction in singing In free Oon Gassing M Clay located Boron Boron hid 977 students last year Thu great increase is in tho fall term Beren boat Georgetown in Lawn Tennis Boron students have a bettor chance than nay others of getting good positions 01 her to teach to work or to go into business Mr Louis C Uinman graduated from Boron College in tho class of 1898 and finished tho work of the Printing Department with credit to himself as well as to tho Institution In the samo year ho wont to Boston and secured n position in the printing house of Frank Wood ono of tho best and largest in tho Fast After being in Boston three years he returned two years ago to triko charge of our Print lug Department Boron has tho name of having ono of tho boat printing of flees in the State and it is mainly by tho efforts Mr Hiuman that this has boon brought to pass Tho Buroa College Printing Office prints tho catalogue and other advertising matter of the College besides doing n groat deal of job work and printing THE CITIZEN ing polygamy in spite of their de nials Ho himself knows over a hun dred Mormons each of whom has two or more wives If they show them solves in your neighborhood write to Time CITIZEN and wo will soul you papers which show them up and will make them clear out c May The Citizen Call dyspepsia indigestion regularly every week Your children are learning to road and they must have something to road besides their schoolbooks You want them to know about good things such ns TimE CITIZEN tolls of Many a boy or girl has found ah idea in this paper which has made a turning point for the better iu lifo You want to keop up with time times and the way to do so is to get a moneyorder nt tho post otfico and send for TUE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN makes one call today lIe can do you good May ho call again f Ire uerd liy Worms painbutdantly Tho entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not as similated but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermi fuge will cause them to cease crying nnd begin to thrive ntonco very nnuch- to tho surprise and joy of tho mother 25 cents at EastEnd Drug Co + o + c+ ++ 6 ++ r BEREA COLLEGE AND THE HOME1 1 A WORD TO MOTHERS At this time of tho year many of you are planning to send your daugh ters away to school and so this week I want a quiet tllll with you about BI girls education At ono time it thought thnt u girl needed very little schooling but ought to bo taught to knit and sow and keep house After a time it was found that this unequal division ol knowledge was not the best way to hnvo happy homes and so tho pendulum swung clear to the other side and it is now tho girls who take tho College courses end fill the High Schools Many thoughtful people think this is just ns bad n state of affairs ns tho other Tho girls are having their loads crammed with nil kinds of knowledge none of which fits them for their specialwork of housekeep ors and homemakers Worse oven than their want of knowledge of the homemaking arts is tho idea lint they sometimes got that homo duties aro not the highest duties for an educated omnnIMany of tho best colleges are now offering courses in Homo or Domestic Science III which girls aro taught a knowledge of tho things belonging to the homo along with tho more com mon brunches of book knowledge rBEREA COLLEGE SCHOOL 4hMNAN EDUCATION When to set It Where to get it Wilt It Py yearisMany of the public schools have already begun nnd high schools nnd colleges will soon centers of edu cational activity It is tho opportun ity for every hay and girl to lay a foundation for a successful lire If every ono of school ago could realize tho worth of an education as he will realize it later in life there would bo no occasion for pormmsiou or extra inducements Bufmnny fail to see its value until it is too late Hun drabs of young men are thinking of attending school this year but cannot quits make up their minds to make tho start Perhaps n fair statement of tho question will assist some one in his consideration Tho great question in any under takding is WILL IT PAT Lot us first look at it from a finan cial standpoint remembering how over that money is not tho chief ole ment in n successful career It is safe to say that any welledu cated man of average ability can corn nand n thousand dollars per year That about the minimum Many re ceive several times ai much The average wage of an uneducat titan is less than five hundred per yenrOccasionally one by receiving an inheritance or by extraordinary ability or by unusual industry anti economy rises far above this but nine out of every ton who start at the bottom of the ladder will fall within the average Hence from a financial standpoint it BEREA COLLEGE FARM THE FARMERS COURSE OF STUDY Nothing that fovea offers to tho young people of the South has receiv ed moro careful thought than this two year course of study for farmers and this has been for three important reasonsThe first is that tho region of coun try Beroa is specially seeking to helm fit is more than anything else an agricultural region a region in which the produce of the soil will always be the great dependence of the people for support and This produce may be in the form of field crops as corn and oats gar den crops so important to tho com fort and health of every family fruits as apples poaches grapes and berries tho possibilities in producing which have only boon hinted at so for and timber which few people in Kentucky have ever thought of as a crop though the money that the timber has brought into Eastern Kentucky and the other portions of tho great Appalachian Region hAS boon moro n t Doesnt that seem tho right kind of nn education for girls Let mo tell you what your daugh ters can lenrn in this line if you will feud thorn to us in Beroa If they nro no far along ns the sixth grade they will be taught to sow and patch nud darn as well as to work fractions and study geography If thoy aro in the seventh grade and are seventeen years old or over they will taught to cut anti make a complete suit of underclothing sowing both by hnnd nnd machine Would it not help you moro if your daughter learned that without you having to toke your time to touch her than it would to have her put her timo on percentage and grammar And isnt she likely to needsuch knowledge moro Then if she is in the eighth grade she spends four hours a week in tho cooking class Good times they have too and good times youll have when she comes home next summer ready to that knowledge in practical use in helping mother If she is far enough along to a teachers examination she can enter a two years course in which Rye will bo taught to cut anti make n dress and n mans shirt to cook and know something of food values to care lor- a house throughout to care for milk and make butter and checso She 4 4 + AND THE bo is ed wenUhr bo Preys to educate An education usually menus tho difference between poverty ant plenty But the valuo of life depends as everything else does upon what we got out of itof knowledge influences pleasure Viewed from this standpoint the illiterate man is at an infinite disadvantage There is no of corn paring ignornnco with enlightenment Tim advantage is all on one side Anyone who reasons intelligently must arrive at the conclusion that the young man or young woman who has nn opportunity to acquire an educa tion and neglects it makes a grievous and life long mistake If nn education is essential to a successful life the next question to consider is- THE TIME TO SECURE IT Observation as well as experience teaches us that youth is practically tho only time The public schools limit tho ago of free attendance to tho years between six and twenty It is only ono in thousands who puts it off later than this that over acquires any considerable amount of schoolingTo is always unsafe and usu ally fatal to an education You may bo able to make some money now but you can make far more after you have gone to school a few years Any one of school ago shouldnot miss n day from attendance if It can be avoided A day in school is worth many days out of school MAKE PLANS AHEAD While education is so cheap that it is in reach of all it takes some money to attend school anywhere If you aro at work by the day or month lose than that from any other product of the soil Timber trees aro no loss a soil crop because they take long years to grow to perfection and because the crop being harvested now was a free gift producedwithout the aid of man If there is to be a timber crop for the next generations to harvest it must have as much thought and care as corn or apples The second reason for a farmers course of study grows out of the first In this groat region of agricultural possibilities more of the boys and girls of today will get their living in the future from these soil crops than from any other source That is that while school teachers will bo needed mer chants carpenters blacksmiths and wagon makers and a low lawyers doctors and preachers yet the number of these bright boys grow up today will till the soil raise live stock or fruits or manage timber tracts for this great crop that takes years to produce nnd nn equal num will be taught how to nurse tho sck and to look after the garden and poultry yard andwill at the time bo studying algebra and history andelocution and other things that will make her a capable woman But suppose she must mako her own living and that soon what chance can we offer her Does she like to sew then she ought to take our two years course in dressmaking A girl who entered the course last year writes that she has made five and six dollars a week this summer by her sewing She is sure of R good living when she grad uates next Juno Does she like housework f Then she ought to take our two years course for housekeepers Such n pile of letters I have received this summer letters from Wyoming and Now York from Chicago and Gin cinnati from country homes and city homesalloffering from three to five dollars a week for good honest cap able girls trained in this course There is a big chance in this line for more girls than we could possibly have room for Now honestly dont we otTer n better chance here for your girls to get a thorough practical Christian education than they can anywhere else t JENNIE LESTER HILL N l way never a day and save every possi ble until you have sufficient to justify you in starting It is bettor to earn your own way than to depend upon charity Sometimes it is wise to borrow but oftener it is not At Berea tuition isfree and tothose who are in the common school grades books are loaned free About the only things that cost are board anti room rent and these are as low as they can be made to cover expenses In these gOd times any enterpris- Ing youth ought to be able in a short time to up to pay necessary bills for two or throe terms in advance Most Berea students earn something in term time Those who wish to do so must apply for work and take whatever the College can furnish Lastly it is an plan to start at tho beginning of the year Everything is in your favor at the opening Later on it is harder to get into line It will pay to sacrifice something to start at the first TO TUOSE WHO ARt TEACHING All the grades of tho Normal Do partment except the first year begin in December with the opening of the winter term That is yoUr time to enter If you know a boy or girl who ought to enter in September en courage them to do so anti be ready to come yourself and bring others when your school closes Every teacher who induces worthy sludents to secure for themselves the benefits of an education is a benefac tor to the world Those who do not endeavor so to do are remiss in their duties and unworthy the of teacher- J W DINSMORE + + N + r tl AND THE I 1++ ++ very put pass some some greatest lug same get cent lay enough excellent namo her of the girls will be their help meets and homemakers This number of those in agricul tural pursuits will be far greater than those in all the other occupations I have named and this brings me to my third and most important reason why Berea has provided a farmers course and that is that the farmer the fruit grower or the forester needs a special education for their particular business just as much as the doctor tho lawyer or the teacher does It is a strange thing that this truth that would seem so self evident is one that the farmers themselves have been slow to receive but it is n fact that they are waking up today very rapidly It is a fact too that in the States where the groat agricul tural colleges provided by tho gift of our General Government are crowded with farmers sons and daughters eager to learn all they can about the occupation they have chosen training themselves to make the most of the farm life rathor than to got away from it hero wo find tho most prosper ous and contented farming com munities The reason for this is not far to seek t There is a Science of Agriculture as much as there is a Science of Medi cine or of Engineering The man in any profession who is posted in the latest discoveries in his line of work is the one to succeed The past fifty years even the past ten years have witnessed very many and important discoveries in how to keep up the fertility of the soil what crops should follow each other in order that each may do the best how to breed and care for domestic animals in order to make them most profitable anda host of other similar topics Our two years farmers course takes the student when he has finished the grammar schools and gives him tho most of this agricultural knowledge and training that is possible to crowd into two years faithful work There is not a day of it that ho can afford to leave out In the fall term which will soon open the classes take up a text book called the Priccples of Agriculture edited by Prof Bailey now the lend of the great school tot agriculture of the Stato of New York This dis cusses the character of the soil which must be the basis of nil the farmers success how it is best tilled and kept up what elements of the soil tho dif ferent crops need and how those elements can be most economically supplied the special treatment for soils of different natures and tho tools and appliances the farmer needs for his work Then the nature of the plants that make up the different crops is studied How the plant j grows and is nourished what it needs of light and air and water as well as soilelewontsand many such questions that will set the farmers boy to thinking very busily whenever ho sees i a growing crop in the field In the same way the nature and wants of the different breeds ot farm animals are studied so that this one term introduces the student to thefgeneral principles of the whole of Agriculture In the terms thatiPfollow special topics of greatest im portance are taken up and studied in detail The subject of Horticulture is introduced in this fall term like wise in the study of a text book called r the Principles of Plant Culture How garden and fruitbearing plants are multiplied and grown how to graft and bud and why we do it How all sort of fruits and vegetables are given the best conditions for success and are best protected from enemies and disease all make up a terms work that keep the student full of interest and enthusiasm and prepare him for the winter term of 4 special study of the frrnit bearing plants and trees of the United States and the spring term of vegetable gardening A fino collection of books specially written on these various top ics hundreds of government bulletins help out the text books The college farm and vegetable gardens with allrtheir stock tools and machinery are the students laboratory for tho practice of all he learns in the classes No pains is spared to make the whole course practical and just what will help most to make tho farm a success when the lessons are put in practice Promising and bountiful crops are growing on college fields today that were not considered worth fencing up and tilling when this course of study was planned live years ago There are scores yes hundreds of young popl in Kentucky today who could best prepare for their lifo work by entering on the Farmers Course on the 16th of next September and sticking to it till they got their diplomas in June 1905 S C MASON Fur S The residence and property of tho late John G Fee is being offered for sale Tho personal effects remaining at the homestead will be sold at auc tion beginning at 2 pm Sept 5 1903 In 1raleeofClaberialne Colic Cholera J anil Ulnrrliot heady Allow mo to give you a few words in praiso of Chamberlains Collie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy rlPasswith bowel trouble and took all kindd of medicine without getting any relief when my friend Mr C John son a merchant here advised me to tako this remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entire ly cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by S E Welch Jr F r 0 M WHY WOMEN DRINK A mrs lcw od rlHl Comlllfoiis Which lend to Ira the Cie rat Alcoholic liquor A few years ago the discussion ot such a question as this would have startled society Today the growing prevalence of the drinking habit among certain classes of women males the question sadly pertinent Why do our women drink and who is to be held responsible for this evil which threatens so many homes Facts warrant the statement that the women victims of the drink habit are largely found in two extremes of society They are of the rich whoso notIkept pace with wealth purse poverty of healthy ambition and nor pose leads them to turn to artificial exhilaration for their pleasure or they may be found In the opposite ex treme of societythe girl who has nothing but toll and hardship through the fault of another who seeks forgetfulness of a hopeless fu ture of drudgery In the excitement ot strong drink No normal healthy woman finding every hour natures own stimulant In love of home hus band and children or In the joy of some of the worlds real work caring for the weak and weary or spurring on the discouraged dreams of need ing drink or Is desirous of knowing the experiences which It gives lor these empty lives filled with morbid cravings this has not proved a safe world The demand It has made upon woman In the matter of strict purity and chastity of life and temperance and refinement of habit have been far greater than the pro tection from Its contamination which ft has afforded her Who nine times out of tea offers the first glass of liquor to the woman who learns to drink Rarely will it be found to be another woman NclUior has man been at pains to conceal from her his own selfish indulgence of appetite nor to provide an environment which makes her temptation difficult Truly the time has come when men must face the long Ignored question Am I my sisters keeper Justice alone requires Its answer In the bringing about of social conditions that shall secure to all classes of wom en the opportunity to live a full free true life which will lessen the tempta tion to evil One other act of justice Is demanded that man himself live up to that standard of purity and abstinence which from time immemorial has been used In the measuring and judg ing of womans character Union Signal ALCOHOL IN THE FUTURE lolt Iurn lu WliUli II lhty lie Put AVIilcli Will IlrnrlU the Iliiiiiuu Have Every year the fact Is becoming more that alcohol is far more val tlnable In the arts than as a medicine It found to be a very cheap source of energy for power also for light and heating purposes It Is far superior to petroleum or any forms of gas which arc made from this substance Recently It Is found to be of great value with mean descent mantles as a light and also In coking It yields more heat Is more eas llycontrolled and without odor as a motor power for engines motor wagons and farm work It exceeds any force even electricity The great obstacle to Its practical use In this direction Is Its ex pease In Germany where petroleum is expensive alcohol from beet roots Is i found to be cheaper and far more valuable as R fuel When free from taxa tion In this country It can be used to compete with all forms of petroleum Al hiready Inventors are turning their af tentlon to this most promising field for light and power The German expe activityIpower stations as a fuel for the manu facture of electricity and In this country appearedIas a Alcohol cannot be ajpower notJt of Its value In human economyJour nal of Inebriety TEMPERANCE NEWS NOTES The Sons of Temperance will hold 1the next national convention In Phila L delphiaFor first time In 91 years Tike county Indiana Is without a saloon The last wholesale liquor house has agreed to go rid of business If the 11 In dictments against It are nolled The saloon keepers In Indiana and 1Ohio In hopes of stemming tho nor tide now sweeping over these states are coming to the front In a movement for the better observance of dJtheSabbath They attribute the disgust toIday by saloon keepers National Advocate The plan of treating Inebriates In row In Insane aaylums for the last eight j months Is very promising A ward of the Insane asylums is set apart for those eases who are committed for one year and are required to work on tho farm and about the Institution then arc sent out on parole If they appear restored About per month have been admitted so far and the Improvement ot this apparentto DONT DRINK OR GAMBLE Smir Word nf Wlndom to IIoanll lrn nf ToI nr hp unit lluntrll Mnac This eminent financier has recenUy In the Americans symposium on suc cess given bits of counsel and advice which If young men gave heed and practiced would help them on the high road to honorable success The fol lowing are some of the choicest sear tencesThe most essential requisites to a young mans success In life to my mind arc industty economy persever ance and a definite goal These arc the most necessary factors In the makeup of a young man who wants to achieve success- I have one tlnccro word of advice for any young man who desires to suc ceed and It Is this That under no circumstances should he yield to the temptation of gambling In stocks The fever of speculation has been the ruin of thousands of young men and the wreck of many fortunes and It will continue to cast wrecks by the wayside as long as most of us are mad to get rich quick Then ho should make It a rule every week to put by a certain amount of his earnings and acquire the habit of are very few men who are not able to make a dollar but the making of a dollar Is not the most Im portant thingit Is far more Im portant to know how to save It The whole secret of my success can be expressed In the wordshard work and economy 1The fault with most of our young RUSSELL SAOB men of today Is that they do not stick close enough to business The man who always tries to get oft as easy as possible and when work Ing for others does as little as possble for the wages that he receives will never get ahead and never amount to anything In life The greatest danger that lurk near the path of a young man is the danger of setting Into the habit of taking al coholic drinks to excess sometimes because his friends invite him sometimes because he thinks he needs a stimulant My advke to every young man of today Is this Stay away from friends who want to make you a good fellow A good fellow will never amount to anything In life and never templatlonIstart the habit of taking stimulants Powder makes a fine tire but whoever heard of any man using it for fuel under II boiler Strong drink may make you feel more powerful for a time but It will wreck your system as surely as pow der will wreck a boiler if thrown into the fire underneath It I have never used any Intoxicating liquor or wine of any kind in my long life and It Is injj honest belief that if It was not for that I would not have retained my health until now The young man who drinks not only wastes money for something that Is worse than useless to him but he is continually exposed to temptations that would not approach him if ho would keep away from strong drink To my mind no young man should ever form a habit of smoking either not because it might Injure his health but simply because the money spent for tobacco Is wasted- Procrastination may be the thief of time but tobacco wastes considerable- of It A young man should make up his mind to fall in love with his work- I mean exactly what I say no mat ter If it may sound absurd 10 some peopleNo matter what your duties are you can always If you really try find something in them that is really in teresting and you should make It a point to think of the Intcrcstlug part only leaving all thoughts of the more disagreeable otuTof your consideration It Is absolutely necessary to achieve anything that the work Is performed willingly and cheerfully not carelessly and slovenly as the finished work will always bear the stamp of the mind of Its worker It you fall In love with your worlf If work becomes a source of to you lien and pleiureI worWsexpect to perform the it should be performed nun rer trios later wllli Alcnliiillrn Dr Hewitt of London advises that all to whom ether Is given for surgical operations require larger quantities of the anaesthetics and are more likely to die from Its effects he has found that excessive smokers of to bacco are with difficulty made insensible front ether or chloroform ho ad vises tbat all subjects for operation who are alcoholics or excessive users of to bacco should be warned of tho danger of sudden death following tie use of anaesthetic agentsr 1y Marrying the Fast Toting Man By REV WILLIAM A SUNDAY The ConnrteJ Frofenlorul lull Player JONT marry nun to reform tlitii girls l Romance sad sentiment arc all right and while the charm and novelty last the reformation sticks Hut sen timent wont keep a reformation from leaking away any more than a sieve will hold water And romance like a fading dream of the night ceases to hold the attention and purpose after its newness has worn off The girl who marries the fast young man to reform him in ninetynine cases out of every hundred finds that in stead of the desirable and substantial reformation which she thought she could trot out and show to her friends as proof of the power of love and her own faithfulness and devotion she has a hideous skeleton in the closet whose rattling bones bring heartache and sickening dread and which she struggles bravely to hide from her friends and the world If a fellow asks you to marry hum to reform him just inform him that you arent going to run a Kccley institute Tell hint that if it is a choice between a than and fair promises and no man at all you will take the no man and go it alone Tell him to go and dig up his own reformation and when he has it well secured to come around and see you again and you will talk business Tell him that when he has caught his reformation you will help him stake a home run A real reformation makes a good thing to start housekeeping on but the promissory notes of a reformationtobe arc only the death warrants to a brides rosy checks a happy home and tic brighttinted hopes of time future And remember another thing Wealth docs not bring joy Give a nun 1000 and he wants 10003 give him 10000 and he wants 100000 give him 100000 and he wants 1000000 give him 1000000 and he wants jo0oox0o00 gjvc him 1000000000 and he wants the earth rams does not satisfy Make a man an alderman and he wants to be mayor make him mayor and he wants to be governor make him governor arid he wants to be senator make him senator and he wants to be president make him president and he wants to be president a second time Only the faith and life of a Christian can make a man happy I am a happier man titan I used to be when I was a hum and a siimr I am a better man and thank God I am a more useful titan Knowledge Milking Great Strides By DR CHARLES J LITTLE PrcilJent or Garrett Biblical Inultote Chicago rnSOVLHDGIi is on the increase All branches of learning arc striking deeper and reaching higher While the intellectual standards arc being raised among all classes of people the scholar and the sci elitist arc climbing to still greater heights so that there is no danger that the latter will be swallowed up in the increasing ranks of time former The pro pie who arc time intellectual plants of today will be pigmies in comparison with the attainments of men in years to come Vc arc growing wiser every day Mcn desire knowledge for various reasons Some arc eager in their pursuit of learning because it makes them better both ethically and spiritually Others climb up theliard road which leads to intel lectual superiority because of the power which their knowledge gives them for as the sage of old declared Knowledge is power Those who desire knowledge because it makes them better are actuated by good and unselfish motives which augurs well for their relations to society and the influence which they must necessarily ert Those who desire knowledge simply because of the power which it permits them to wield arc selfish in their aims and fail to realize the sublime priviliges which their superior attainments night confer upon them They do not seek knowledge through Chrst Knowledge without love is nothing I would put love above knowledge not only because it i greater and broader but because the Almighty God in Whom rests all wisdom and knowledge and power has declared that love is the greatest thing in the world And though wcJiavc all knowledge and have not love we arc nothing Defects in American History Instruction By PROF EDWIN E SPARKS Of University ot Chlcifo mteachingIwork backward The consequence is that graduates of our grammar schools do not appreciate that our modern civilization is the outgrowth ofall that has gone before and that we arc the heirs of all the ages This explains in a measure why our voters arc so careless in their use of the ballot and why nun seek so diligently to escape jury service They fail to realize that both these institutions have cost centuries of thought and protest A general survey of the worlds history might profitably be added to the curriculum of the common schools When American history is taught alone and not in due perspective the average boy gets the idea that the creation took place in 1492 and he naturally thinks that we are itryr Another deject is the lack of emphasis of the influence religious questions have had upon our history We rightly claim to lead the world in freedom of religion With its there is absolute divorce of cfuirph and state but much T f the sectionalism of which we hear so often is disc to differences of religion in various parts of the country The south was settled by cavaliers and they brought with them tits established Church of England The north was settled byround heads who fled from the influence of that very church In the south existed a class spirit in the north a leveling spirit It was therefore practically impossible that two such peoples could work together in harmony Though the church and state arc divorced in the United States that does not imply that we are an irreligious people No one has ever proposed an avowed atheist for president and it is a significant fact that each Monday during political campaigns the party managers are always careful to announce the churcjh which their candidate atj tended the day before J J Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL 1 Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest y College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mos and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CeurseaFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years Sitting for College for businem and for lira College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Bsccsluure ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help alt who will help themselves toward a Christina eduication Our instruction is a free girt Students pay a small Incidental fro to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board iu advance Kxpenses for term 12 Weeks may bo brought within J4OO about Sift to be paid in advance IThe School is undofft61 by Baptists Christians Disciples CoagreRaUoa Methodists Presbyterians anti good peopla of all denominations fo lirOJHUIUl rd UII Mrittltf SKBETUV WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky The International Bible SeriesIMl LARGEST LINE OF SCLK PRONOUNCING UIBLCS IN Tile WORLD TMtV ua HINkftfllD SMtu CLEAR PRINT SCHOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS ted teller Testament anReES DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Tbtn read for thus Preach Marccf Divinity Circuit ni4 Corner Rea Older Geld Ella SILK SEWED line Tjrp tHialo- aSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES co MVIM IeTht nbln tla Conc rd latlllhM- Olt SttliUcUr la Zxliteactt HIiitratliBi flap la cols ml the milt COMPUTE HELM TO TEE StUDY 07 THE BIBLE With thWardt3rehnl CtlltPrleted U Rtd Ihroce iliaCI a DLhttyClrcelt PnlDall f t ttt 85 cts f x x Jf I Etc 1 Our will be I hard to beat OF is Nhid+IlolIO Whiter Station Ky i hOn oo o o S 0 i you at small coal with in Tho Her f alds 10000 o js 0 woo S THE C months liO- value Sfu Founded Price Sf 15- Phe nay- Pulare Je JlamTbimktiltx Jectl- A431tleaal Price only THE CITIZENrBFREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills IlfolINIIlol Roller Hour Corn Meal Ship Sfuffs Crushed Corn GOLD DUST Roller Floor PRIDE MADISON another Excellent Flour Potts Duerson OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOOO Readingo J furnished guesses great guessing contort includedItr DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD tooCITIZEN iTotal Only loroul o 0 140 o o 0 o This entitles you lo thtuo guesses with a chanco to win sue or moro of the 239 Grand Premiumsto 0 THE WEEKLY HERALD and THE CITIZEN both 2 only gfl5 entitling JOIl to one guess Scud at onco for blankso 0 i 0 o 0 S Address THE CITIZEN Berea Zy SCa ooo o o oooooooooo p ooooooooo o- 5r MORPHINEOpium Laudanum Cocaine and all Habits permanently cured without pain or detention from business leavln no cravings for drugs or other stimulants We restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remove tho causes of disease A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician WC fcUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence especially with physic ins solicited Write today Maahattaa Tbtrapautk Association NA A ite 1 reath ayNms Yarh IIIfIJ s IE CONSUL KILLED Win Mngclsscn Aiiierunn As SyriatThe Arrest of the Assassins Demanded The American Squadron Re 1e celved Orders to Proceed itoTurkish Waters Washington Aug 28 Minister Irishman Thursday cabled the stato department from Constantinople that William MagcUscn American vice consul at Beirut had been assassinated In his carriage 1Mlnteter Lclihman has called on tho Turkish government fur tho Immedl Ito arrctt and punishment of the ai namilngMr MnKtlmen was 30 years old Ho was educated In the common schools of Minnesota and was a student o- fLulran college at Ducorah la for three years For a time he WRIt as distant city assessor of Sioux Falls 4 U and alao associate editor of tho EchoPrompt and vlgnroiu action is talc tog by the United States government to secure the punishment of those per son Implicated In tho assassination of United States Vlco Consul William C MagcUsen at Beirut Syria on Sun day last Minister Irishman at Con stantinople who reported the fart to tho ktato department has been Inv wtructed by tho state department to do nand a thorough Investigation of tho affair and tho punishment of those Inv volved In tho crime Tho Kuropcau Kqundron consisting of throe warships hall been ordered to proceed Immedi ately to Beirut to support tho demands fot the United State minister should this bo found necessaryIThis TOenurcr1i determined on as at roan It of conference whlrh wore I iiteld Thursday over tho tootraph and telephone wires between Washington and President Roosevelt at Oyster flay The president felt that no time should bo lost In dispatching Adm Cot tons squadron to Turkish waters and lie gave Instruction to Acting Here lacy Darling that Immediate nnlers ho given Adm Cotton to prorwd at once The president determination to lost no tlmo In getting the squadron to Beirut was also due In part to In urination rerclvcd by Acting Sean lacy 1oomI of the state department friiursday night from the president of the American board of missions nt Boston Indicating that an attempt had been made to burn the Kuphrato col lucv building at Harpoot rUng Secretary Ixioml Thursday night cabled to Minister 1oUhtnan at Constantinople to make Immedlato demand on the ports to take ade quate taeaiuro for the protection of mil American at Beirut and to pro vent any attack on the college build log I UNIVERSAL PEACE UNION rIReaolutlon on the Asln tlon of Vice Consul Mageltsen Adopted Myitlc Ct Aug ITbo new of the atsafilnatlon of the American rvlre consul at Beirut Syria announced lt tho afternoon session Thursday of the Universal Peace Union was rev rolled with expressions nt sorrow The following wu adopted We as American citizens feel the heartiest sympathy with tho nation and the family of our consul reported ni assassinated Wo recognize are sult In this and In a calamity that f grows out of conditions of war and of the military system While there are innumerable armies and battleships and Ignorance and oppression we- s ouner remedy by the supremacy jof law and tho principles of peace and more of a common brotherhood Wo trust that while our government meets the crime fairly It will bo In the spirit uf klndnos and peace and not In that of retaliation and vengeance such as lias been demanded by Russia of urlJcy for a ilmllar cause r FIGHTING NEAR ADRIANOPLE Fifty Turkish Soldiers Killed In An i Eleven Hours Engagement Sofia AUK 23rFUhtH are reported from pavoral districts around Adrian ople The Insurgents are now boiloR log the town of Mnlkoternovo The lAutonomyo says that at Xlknlshor aienr Malkotornovo after an engage anent lasting 11 hours tho revolution dots killed 10 Turkish soldiers and also burned tho village of HodKoUI nslinan because its flash Bazoiik In habitant haul terrorized the Christian population In the neighborhood Petitioned For a Pardon Montgomery Ala Aug 2g1roml nent Negroes of Tallapoosa county have petitioned Judge Thos 0 Jones of the United States district court for recommendation to tho president for Iho pardon of George n Cosby and Uaraeaa Cosby who ore serving In tho United States penitentiary at Atlanta for violation of the peonage statutes y Nothing In It Says Gray Wilmington Del AUR SJulgo Ocorso Gray regards lightly tho moo tlon of hla name for president Ho says that while of course pleased at tho Indorsement he has received thoro in nothing approaching a boom for hU nomination Circus Train Wreck Plttsburg Aug Sho third sec lion of the Barnum t Bailey clrcua trainrcomposed almost entirely of Hlocplng can for the performers was wrecked at Wlldwooil early Thursday morning No fatnHlJes reported 1r AN ALLEGED SWINDLE Man Arrested Charged With Working a Fake Directory Louisville Ky Aug 28A situ directory swindle of national propor lions and by means of which over ft 000000 has been taken from mer chants bankers etc all over the conn try Is alleged by the local detectives as the ground for the arrest of Jacob W Cclst Oclst who claimed to rep resent the National Gazetteer of New York and Chicago was taken Into custody hero Thursday charged with tray log obtained money by fatso pretenses from five local firms The officers de dare that Joint doing aro ccnnectcd with those of James Kallon arrested In New York last April and of Arthur llubbard arrested In Washington about tho same tlmo on similar charges According to the offlcera the men go to merchants to solicit advcr lining In a national business directory and rating book If a bona tide order signed by the merchant la given It la raised In amount and so changed as 4o provide for payment at a date before delivery of the directory and ad vertisements If the merchant rev fuses ho U persuaded to sign a blank application for a sample copy which later appears as a contract for pay ment over tho victims signature It Is said that many merchants have paid rather than become Involved In amounts ranging from 326 to 100 The officers claim the scheme U be ing worked all over the United States and Europe with a central ofllco where tho papers are altered by means of acids and printing appliance HENRY C IDE He Hn Deen Selected ai Successor to Vice Gov Wright Oyster flay N V Aug 8lrclildent Roosevelt Thursday night an nounced that Henry C Ide a member of the Philippine commission would be designated as vice governor of the Philippines to succeed Gen Luke B Wright when len Wright amume tho onko of governor general Mr Ide has been a member ot the com mUklon for several years and U meld In high esteem by the president and the officers of tho war department The president Iu selected a man to till the vacancy mado In the personnel of the commission and has proffered the commlMlonershlp to him No an swer to tho offer has boon received however and until thlll Is at hand the namo of the man selected will not be mado known MEXICO AT THE FAIR Her Exhibition Will De a Magnificent and Complete One Mexico City Aug 2S President Diaz received In audience Thursday Arnold Khanklln honorary commis sioner of the St Louts worlds fair Tho minister of tho department of en couragement Ion Manuel Gonzales Code presented him Tho president is greatly Interested In tho St routs exposition and his Influence U powerfully aiding Mexicos commissioners who are preparing a magnificent and most complete exhibition AMERICAN SCHOONER RELEASED Captain of the Coast Guard Steamer Has Been Suspended Havana Aug 8Tho secretary of the treasury has suspended the cap tams of the mast guard steamer who unwarrantedly seized the American schooner Addlo Cole The Addle Cole WAS overhauled and brought to Ha vans on August 20 by the coast guard boat on suspicion of smuggling but the Investigation showed that there were no grounds for the suspicions and the schooner was released BUILDING TRADES UNIONS Effort to Be Made to Form a National Organization Indianapolis Ind Aug 2S11lforc adjourning Thursday the presidents of seven national trades unions Issued a call to tho larger building trades unions of the country to send three representatives each to a conference to bo held hero October S It U hoped at this meeting to effect tho formation of a national federation of building trades Creaceus Broke the Record Dayton 0 Aug 28 Crescou broke tho one hnlf mill track record hero Thursday afternoon making a mllo In 208ylt cutting tho tlmo ho made at Kansas City by onefourth ot a second Tho fractional time was Quarter 032 i half 03Y threequar tern 13Gthe Englishman Won Newport It I Aug 2SlI L Doh- erty of England defeated W A Lam ed of New Jersey In tennis and to his tltlo as champion of England add od that of champion of tho United States Tho score was G0 G3108I- n Dohortys favor Trip to thn Paclfls Coast Washington Aug 28 Assistant Sec rotary Rohert B Armstrong of the treasury department left hero Thurs day for Chicago w hero ho will bo joined by Hamilton Fish assistant lorasurcr of tho United States for a trip to tho Pncllle coast Sugar Trust In Germany Marlin AUR 3The sugar refiners In Germany have formed a provisional trust for six months from September 1 It the combination proves success ful during that period It will be made permanent r sr NEWS IN KENTUCKY JPOWERS PLEADS HIS CAse Spoke For Two Hours Thursday and Will Conclude Friday Georgetown Iy Aug 28 Powers spoko for two hours and will resume Friday morning at 9 oclock for two lioura and forty minutes In opening his speech ho charged the officer of the commonwealth with political per secution and with abandoning the prosecution of all the parsons charged with the exception of Taylor Flnley Howard and himself He quoted from records of the vote cast In the last presidential election In the county of Bourbon from which the Jury was summoned to show that It should have been made up of seven republicans and live democrats Instead of 11 democrats and one republican He said that the 100000 reward offered by the atato had been used to secure his convic tion and that witnesses had been pur chased with money and others secured with promise of immunity He declar od that his guilt or innocence had be come a political Issue In the state of Kentucky COCKROACH IN COFFEE POT By Some It Is Believed It Poisoned the Land Family Ixiulsvlllc Ky Aug SOnly one moro factor In the poisoning case of Mm Land Mattlo Land and the Gores has boon uncovered That factor Is a large cockroach and he was uncovered when the grounds In the bottom of the suspected coffee pot were removed Mr Roach hall probably met a pain ful death by scalding but his carcass showed him to have been a formidable Insect when alive Tho detective think the distillation of stale coffee with Just a dash of roach may have been the cause of the sickness KILLED A WILDCAT School Teacher Receives Much Praise For His Bravery Sergeant Ky Aug 23Prof Mur phy Howard aged 26 relative of Jim Howard and teacher of a country school on Martins Fork south of here Is receiving many words of praise ow- Ing to his bravery Wednesday morn lug Upon entering the door to his schoolhouse an unusually large wild eat sprang Into his face It was a rioa pcrato fight but at length Howard suc cocditd In killing the animal which Is now on exhibition In tho schoolhouse LEAVING THE NORTH Numerous Negroes Immigrating to the Southern States Madlsonvlllo Ky Aug 23 Nuracr outs Negroes have been passing through this city from the uorth Immigrating to southern states where they say they expect to receive better treatment at the hands of the white man This move on the part of the Negro Ii claimed to be duo to the recent rare riots In Evansvllle Intl and other northern towns They most all seem to be headed for the cotton states Negro Lodge of Elks Lexington Ky Aug SUalng a ritual which was stolen by a Negro Janitor from a Cincinnati Elks lodge several years ago 30 Negroes organized an elks lodge hero and formally elected officers Since the stealing of the ritual several such lodges have been organized but meanwhile the grand lodge has changed the ritual Babe Poisoned on Stove Polish LItOil Ky Aug aOnly tho most vigorous and untiring efforts of- a physician saved the llfo of little Sarah Hall of this placo Tho babe a yearold toddler was poisoned by drinking the content of a sample bottle of stove polish and for hours hovered between life and death Dove to His Death Dayton Ky Aug 2S Miscalculat ing the depth of tho water In a cer tams place on the Queen City beach Milton V Cox of Bcllevuo aged 24 and married dove from a float and striking his head upon tho river bot tom received Injuries from which he died Thursday morning Newcomer to the Turf Lexington Ky Aug 2SW S Wll llama of Spring Station Ky has pur chased of J n Haggln a trio of likely youngsters which ho will race next season Ho U practically a newcomer to the tuf and a son of J T Wil llama for years a figure on western tracks Feet Were Terribly Mangled Mlddlebiirg Ky Aug = Sl1cIIJa min Hutchison of the Highland sec tlon met with a very painful and per hapa fatal accident by being run over by a traction engine his feet being terribly mangled Lockjaw Is feared ExGov Bradley Better Louisville Ky Aug 23Former- Gov W 0 Bradley who has been con fined to his bed for several days Is expected to be out In a short time Gov Bradley has been suffering from the heat theLexington Ky Aug Slho fa mous pacing gelding Audobon Boy 203t owned by James Catcomb who arrived hero Thursday from Hart ford CU Is to be fired and turned out Held to the Federal Court Columbia Ky Aug 21 Jacle Reynolds J B Harvey U Knight Andrew Huddloston and then Wilson heldI f i TAKES MANY PRECAUTIONS lllMonrl Snlonnbevpcr bard Iheof Patron Itf Illnu Tin lap sad IiiitnovnblF Iurnllar Down at Walker In Vernon county Mo Is a saloon keeper named Hook who deserves a wider reputation than he enjoy looks place which Is called the Hun club Is unique because of the precaution Its proprietor takes to keep within the laws and prevent brawls on his premise A strange patron Is surprised to have his beer handed out In a tin cup If you read the new spa pers Hook explains you must have observed that a large per cent of the lights In barrooms originate over some Imaginary Insult which Is resented with a biow with a beer glass or a thrown beer glass which Inlllcls a bad wound You cant hurt anybody with a tin cup There Is not a movable piece of furni ture In the place chair table stove stove leg or anything else that might be used a8 weapon If anybody Is ever hurt In the Gun club says Hook It will be with weapons brought In or with natures own tools On the walls are these notices Profane language will not be tolerated In this hute Minors will not be served and cannot loaf In this room Both are lived up to Hook will not stand pro fanny and he will not sell to a minor even thought he has the parents legal consent Furthermore he never sells on credit he discourages men of small means from patronizing him and he will not allow a confirmed toper on his place TROPICS BAD FOR MORALS Mnnlln Inppr Kaplnln the Dorrnfall- ol tarry OIllHnl anti Civilian nvernmrnl l Kmplojr An Interesting theory Is advanced In explanation ot the recent defalcations of army officers and civilian employes In the Philippines by the Manila Times It would seem says the paper that several years spout In the tropics has a tendency to weaken the moral fiber mte one Indifferent and reckless of any concern for the future The fart that In the majority of Instances where trusted employes have been culpable they have made little or no effort to cover up their peculations other titan In the most bungling man ner tends to show that but little thought was taken for the day of reckoning Whore they have attempted to leave the Inlands but little If any pains have been taken to mislead the authorities as to their destination even with the certain knowledge that they would be apprehended and returned to Manila OLD MEN CHAMPION CRADLERS Even Though Well Ip In the Xrvrntln They lllvnl Moilrrn Farm Machine Persons who know how to handle a grain cradle for an entire day are not plenty these days and few cradles re main to boast of their tales in the harvest Held William Heck of Lorab Pa who Is 71 years old cradled In one day five acres of wheat which he says re minds him of the days 60 years ago when all the wheat was cut In this man nerAndrew L Stauffer formerly of Clay ton now of Pennsburg who is 73 years old cradled two acres of grain mowed 24 acres of grass and made two grain stacks during a few days recently Will Mare a Ira MrrabVnhlp A Pottsvllle Pa man Is organizing a society of lunatics for social and fraternal purposes The organization will have a big waiting list says the Chicago RecordHerald even If the boatrock era refuse to go In MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 27 CATTLE Common J2 60 0 3 50 Heavy steers 4 50 0 5 00 CALVES Extra 0 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 5 8210 5 90 Mixed packers 5 Co tU 5 so- SUJoEPIxtra 323 3 3- 5LAMBSExtra 73 0 5 85 FLOUR Spring pnt 4 50 0 5 00 WHEAT NO 2 red 0 IH No 3 winter 0 82 COHNNo 2 tiilxcd GStf OATSNo 2 mixed Q 3- 5itYENo 2 0 CJVS IIAINew timothy 012 25 PORK Clear family 014 75 LAUD Steam 0 7 20 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 12 Choke creamery 0 21V4 APPL1SFancy 1 0 2 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 S3 0 2 00 TOUACCO Now 3 50 0 9 00 Old 5 50 j13 00 Chicano FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 0 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red S00 SYi No 3 spring 75 0 8- 0COnNNo2 mixed 0 ray OATSNo 2 mixed f 3 W RYE No 251Y DJt PORK Mess 12 50 fiJl = 55 LARD Steam 8 10 0 8 125r New York FLOUR Win strts 3 03 l 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red SG CORN No 2 mixed 0 59 OATS No 2 mixed 0 38 RYE Western 1P fi2V PORK Family 1i 00 15 LARD Steam 0 8 10 Baltimor- eWHEATNo 2 red 0 82 CORN No 2 mixed i 5- 7OATSNo 2 mixed 0 Uft CATTLE Steers 4 90 5 15 HOGS Western SO 0 J3 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 080aCORNNo mixed 0 53 ft OATSNo 2 mixed Cf 33 PORK Mesa liM3 50 LARD Steam 0 7 75 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 80 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 51 OATSNo 2 mixed Li 0 33A A r BEREAS INVITATION N DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE 11ThisThe apprentice courses arc for those who can remain in school but a short time and who must receive the best t training and equipment possible under such conditions r Tor selfsupport citizenship and the work of life The trustees greatly desire means and equipment for extending these apprentice courses The Farmers Course Agricultural and Housekeep ers Course Domestic Science are of a higher grade requiring as much preparation as the Normal or Academy Course and furnishing for many young people tho Lest education Apprentice Courses for Young Men CarpentryA limited number of young men who can show proficiency in reading writing and arithmetic in cluding fractions at least as far advanced as to complete the B Intermediate grade fifth in the Model Schools may enter upon a two years course in Car pentry giving half their time to shopwork and mechan deal drawing and the other half to such Model Schools studies as may be assigned by the principal ijsung men advanced in this course receive pay for such work as can be furnished Those who complete the course in a satisfactory man nor receive a certificate PrintingA limited number of young men who show proficiency in English at least as far advanced as to complete the A Intermediate sixth grade may enter up on an apprentice course in Printing receiving instruct tion in typesetting proofreading making up forms care of machinery etc and earning some compensation after thc first few weeks This work is carried on as an extra in most cases in connection with other studies and no exact time can be set for attaining the proficiency whichwill merit a certificate Bookbinding As Printing Home Science Apprentice Courses Young women who are atleast so far advanced injthe common branches as to complete the B Intermediate grade may enter upon a two years course in Homo r Science taking in addition to sewing cooking and like subjects such Model Schools studies as the principal may assign Those who complete this course in a satisfactory man ner will receive a certificate NursingThe Berea General Hospital gives to say eral young women a two years course of training as nurses Applicants for admission to the first year or probationers class must be mature young women of good character and health and without relatives depend ent upon then who might interrupt their course of t study1rheymust also have some education in the common branches Launfhy A limited number of girls will be given employment and instruction in laundry work in the Colalege laundry Farmers Course Agricultural For admission to this course one must have such r imastcry of the common branches as is required for completing f the A Grammar eighth grade in the Model Schools or its equivalent This course gives the thorough education which an i enterprising farmer needs at the present time and those who complete it will be able to make more andenjoy more in farm life It is a great shame to have our farms and stock produce so little when by the application of skill and science the comfort and prosperity of our homes might be so largely increased The Institution has recently obtained twentyfive acres for garden use three hundred and sixtyfive acres for ifarming and three thousand acres for a forest preserve The course includes in addition to the farm topics Some other subjects like bookkeeping and civil law and government which help to make a successful man and a good citizen j Those who complete the course receive a diploma 1HomeFor admission one must have such mastery of tho common branches as is required for completing the A Grammar grade in the Model Schools or its equivalent This course gives the education which every woman needs at the present time and those who complete it will not only be able to get a certificate to teach school but will be qualified for the more difficult and important business of housekeeping and for that noblest wcrk o all homemaking The valueof home and the inak ingof the country home life better and more attractive willbe the two central thoughts in nil the instruction given in this department Young women who graduate from the Home Science Course will be able to care for the sick to draft and make their own garments to cook a good meal contain infthe food elements in their proper proportions to su perintend intelligently the fruit and vegetable gardenseand to be successful managers ot the poultry yard and dairy The course also includes elocution and history widi every home maker needs Those who complete the course will receive diploma to be continued tr TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CIT x IZEN 14 WEEKS FOR 25 CENTS r s T4IbIIrL V s THE CITIZEN jrIIIII +++ HII+1H+ +IIHIHIIIIt Berea and VicinityJ GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + IIHIIHIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH+HII+ Mrs Rachel Gnllowny is quilo sick with typhoid foyer Leon Lewiss wife is visiting her parents in Mnjsville for two weeks Mrs John Harrison is quite ill at her home on Center Street George Blye aged Tr resident west of town died Monday Tho funeral was held Tuesday afternoon Miss Anna Lindloy left Satunlay turning for reensburg Ind whore she will engage iu teaching R H Chrisman has moved to the house just north of Bicknell C Earlys T storeJ M Early loft Tuesday morning for Bloomington IIIwhoro ho will be employed on a large stock farm Mrs S C Lewis who was reported ill last week is thought to bo slowly improvingMr Clark spent Sunday with his family who are camping on Robes Mountain Oscar Preston leaves Tuesday for J1 St Louis Mo where ho will attend the Missouri College of Law Miss Ella Bowlin of Wallacoton is makug an extended visit with friends in Cleveland Ohio Mrs Sara L Hoag tho genial matron of the Boarding Hall return ed from her vacation last week Tho Teachers Association meeting at Silver Creek last week was a decidedsuccess in spite of the rain Edwin Embree left Saturday morning for Now Haven Conn where he will be a student in Yale College the l coming year- Holders of lots in Berea cemetery would do well to watch next weeks CITIZEN They may expect an im portant announcement Waller Wyatt of this place and Oscar Hayes of Wildie left Monday for Cincinnati where they will attend the Nelson Bnsinlss College Miss Black of Cincinnati who is visiting with Miss Hanson favored the congregation of the Union church 4 Sunday morning with a violin solo Misses Daisy Coddington and Mae Riilinrdson are spending the week with Miss Coddingtous uncle Frank Caneof of Lancaster the first graduate from the Berea College Normal Department is t very low with dropsy Oscar Preston Sam Mason and wife Sam Lucas and wife anda number of others attended the Louisville fair last week DeacoiiJieuben Preston died Tuesday at 10 oclock after n lingering ill ness Tho funeral was held Wednes day morning at 10 oclock Mrs C G Baker and daughter Gertrude will leaveSaturday morning for their home in Wollsvillo Mo after a mouths visit with friends in this vicinity Christopher C LogAton and Miss Maggie Dougherty were married 29 by Rev M K Pasco at the 1homeof the bride the residence of Dougherty near tho Scaffold Cane Sand Quarry Mrs L W Johnson whoso serious illness was noted last week died in Richmond Saturday after an opera tion for appendicitis Tho burial was f at Stanton Powell county Mrs Johnson was a sister of Capt B J Ewen formerly of Jackson Brent hitt countyA consisting of Mr C B Lindsley and wife Mr J Balland wife Messrs G G Dick and G R Misses Daisy Coddington Richardson and Mrs Bur 7Boberts a church gathering on- t Cane Sunday at which 131 was raised for the purpose of fixing up the cemetery A moonlight picnic party to East t Pinnacle Monday night consisted of Misses Nell Burdette Roso Parks Pearl Baker Jennie and Anna Han son and friend Miss Black of Cin cinnati and Messrs B E Cartmell Howard Ernst Seward Marsh Chas and John Burdette During the unrbhitched and wandered off One of the gentlemen was obliged to come beforeIOu next Wednesday September 9 tho Second church will hold theirt anniversary on tho occasion of Brother John G Fees birthday There will bo preaching services at H oclock and a basket supper on the church lawn This will be tho last gathering of tho church with Miss Hallio Embr who goes soon to South America as n missionary and this will be a farewell reception for her Everyone invited especially the friends of Miss Embreo Como and bring your baskets Y M CA GREETINGS Fellowstudents To all ol you who aro coming to Ho tea the Y M C A extends a hearty welcome Look for the men on the train wearing tho Y M C A badges who will gladly give you any infor mnlion you may desire concerning the College and will help you feel at homo Trusting wo will bo blessed in our togetherWe yours R E Hatch Pres Berea College Y 11 0 IIIIIIIIHIIII +IIHIII College Items i HERE AND THERE IIIHH +HIHIIIII Thomas Leahy arrived yesterday to play football- Lewis D Mount is seriously sickat his home in Ashtabula Ohio Friends of Miss Grace Maiden will be pleased to learn that her sister is to be in school here this year Ben T Mallby is expecting to enter thin Western Reserve College of Den tistry at Cleveland Ohio this fall The improvements the new foot ball field in Athletic Park are being rapidly pushed to completion- A breezy letter from Miss Irene Herman says that she will teach tho coming year at Phillips Wis Professor A W Chez the Director of Physical Training in Cincinnati University arrived yesterday to coach our football team for two weeks George Roberts will leave Saturday for a ten days visit at his home in Millville Ohio Ho will conduct tho student excursion from Cincinnati at the opening of the fall term Mr A F Hensey who graduated from Berea College last June will attend the Bible College of Kentucky University time coming year Among the old students who aro to return at the opening of the fall term are Dick Gaskin of Buffalo N Y Robert Hatch of Saybrook Ohio W B Taylor of Pameaville 0 Andrew Ross of Chicago 0 M Simpson of Alexis 111 A B Jonos of Danville Ky Elias S Creech of Leonard Ky Miss Maude Lake of Evergreen Ky Miss Charlotte Catchpole of Corning N Y Miss Margaret Livon good of Ravenna 0 James Young of Deerfield 0 Har old Clark of Cuyahoga Falls Ohio and Miss Olive Graves of Paris Ky H H Fellmy Emison Ind Mary McClelland Fredericktown Ohio and Lottie Mx rne Painosville Ohio Among the scores of nw students who aro coming for the opening of the fall term we mention tho follow ing Miss Anna Cooper of Frederick town 0 Mr Trethewoy of New York City Bruce Barton James Wheeler Bruco Kirkpatrick and E W Rix of Chicago 111 Archie Percy of Milwaukee Wis Kenneth Bechtel of Bear Lake Mich Ralph Lilly of Lewistown III Wm H Hinton of Maysville Ky Harry Postlewaite of Alexis III Miss Grace Straight of Aurora 0 Miss Alice Colton Gales burg 111 Miss Sarah Waldron Otis Mass Claude Williams Aftou N Y Miss Nellie Holbrook Thompson 01 1i18 Lenora Jones Gallipolis 0 Miss Annie Jenks Braddock Pa Miss Marie Bancroft Westfield Mass Miss Lottio Troutman Indianapolis Ind Miss Jessie B Thomas Lexington Ky Miss Laura Owens Mt Sterling I7 Miss Elizabeth Greene Maysville Ky Chas F Bender New Milford 0 Mr W J Griffin Oberlin 0 Mr J S Huff Rogers 0 Henry Langfoltuer Dayton 0 Thomas Pealer Lopez Pa Mr P T Prentisfl New Haven Conn Fred J Willison Croton 0 Cassius Hopper Milltown Ind LM Rector Kingman Ind James B Keller Webster N Y Claude Ernst South Thompson O Hov A E Thompson the now pastor of tho Boroa Union Church is a graduate of Oberlin Col lego and Theological Seminary Ho later taught in Oberlin and since then has held pastorates in Tallmadgo and Cleveland 1st Congregational Church Ohio Yaukton S D and now comes from Ioraill Ohio where helms fora number of years been very successful in building up R strong working church For a number of years he was engaged iu evangelistic work and great results attended his efforts Tho people of Boron and vi cinity aro well acquainted with him in this capacity Mrs Thompson is also a graduate of Oberliu and taught for a number of years in Fisk Univer city Sho is as well prepared for the work as Brother Thompson A very delightful reception was tendered to- Rev Thompson and his family at the Parish House last night HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE lly Pmlilcnt Wm Rool ll Fro t Article 8 Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Counties In 1834 p equals Idvotp Cord dragoonI m inllltU S tkTRmnt v volunteer InfantryA line Dr Drummer Rev a Itcvoliitlonary army FLOYD COUNTY Joseph Bouney p Va I Richard Caincs p Yt I Pleasant Children p N CI Wm Ferguson p Ia1 Garner Hopkins p N Y1 Wm Hanoy p Va I Gabriel Jones p N C1 Roby Jacobs p Va Ambrose Jones p Va Thos Murray p PH John Mullens p Va Nathan Preston p Va I Moses Preston p Vit Cudbeth Stone p Md John Smith 3d p Va I Peter Sullivan p Va Alex Young p S C OREENUrCOUXTt Jeremiah Burns p Vu L John Johnson 2nd p Conn I Elisha Mayhew p Congress Reg Godfrey Smith p Vn Andrew Zornos p Pa I KNOX COUVTV Brown Edwards p N C 1 John Garland p N C I Christopher Horn pVa1- Wm Henson p C Wm Patterson p Va I LAWRENCE COUNTY David Atkinson p Va I Wm Bates pVa I Edward Barges p Va I Silas P Wooton p Vn LEWIS COUNTY John Campbell p Va Samuel Criswell p RI Wm Dorch p Mdl Joseph Finch p Md I James M Hulot p Vn I Ichabod Whedon p Mass I Continued lCOUNTYOI Tho AUiiunt Jennie Baker states that on or about Feb or Mar 1903 two yearlings weighing about 100 and 450 pounds one black heifer with red stripes down back one yearling steer pale red has a scar on top of left hip same yearlings worn taken up by her in the town of Berea Ky and that she had not changed altered or defaced or changed tho marks or brands of said animalsJENNIE BAKER Subscribed and ewrrn to by Jennie Baker this July 29 1903 JAMES LUNSFORD J P AI CIThe A fI ant Daniel Baker states that he has seen the above described yearlings one black one pale rod one a heifer black weighing about 400 pounds the other a pale red steer with a scar on left hip weighing 450 pounds both worth about 25 DANIEL BAKER Subscribed and sworn before me by Daniel Baker this July 29 1901 JAMES LUNSFORD J P MC WAR IS IMMINENT Nothing Short of a Miracle Will Prevent Hostilities Between Turkey and Bulgaria INSURGENTS CROSS THE FRONTIER Turkish Troops Sent to Garrison a Small Town Have Spread Destruc tion Along Their Route Villages Robbed Women Violated and the Christian Population Subjected to Every Conceivable Outrage Authorities Helpless Sofia Bulgaria Sept 1Bath In official and revolutionary circles the opinion Is freely held that war between Bulgaria and Turkey is hand neat and can be averted by nothing eX1ICctel1Ideclare hostilities but the prevailing conditions will force on a war There is no question that large numbers of Insurgents have recently cross ed tho frontier An executive out break in Northern Macedonia is pOSe sible any day The Autonomies prints a telegram from Constantinople declaring that tho sultan informed by the counsels of Germany now favors a war with Bul garla Tho Turks here however take an optimistic view asserting that thcro Is no danger of a war as Turkey docs not desire one and Irlnce Ferdi nand and tho present Bulgarian government are not In a position to force hostilitiesThe agent at Uskub reports that the detachments of Turkish troops sent to garrison tho small towns in that vilayet have spread de struction along their route the vII lagers have been robbed and beaten tho women violated and the Christian population subjected to every con ceivable outrage while tho local au thorities appear to be helpless to stop the atrocities At tho village ot Drachevo six miles from Uskub the soldiers attacked all tho peasants without the gendarmes Interfering on behalf of the latter The Bulgarian agents specifies similar excesses in ninny other villages and tho position of the Bulgarian residents Is reported to be terrible as the cruelties com muted by tho Turkish authorities ex ceeded all limits SWISS CLUB SAENGERBUND The Prizes In the Fourth Saengtrfest Were Awarded Monday Detroit Mich Sept tTho Schwel nor Club Saengcrbund of Chicago was Monday night awarded first prize In the fourth Sacngerfcst of the Swiss American Soengerbund of tho central states Qruetll Mannorchotr of Chi cago was given second place and tho other competitors and their positions were as follows Helvetia Manner choir of Columbus 0 third Oem Ischtcr Choir of Cleveland and Hel vetia Mannerchoir of Allegheny tied for fourth Schwelser Mennercholr of Cleveland and Helvetia Mannerchoir of Cleveland tied for fifth Schweiser Mannerchoir of Hamilton 0 sixth Schwelser Mannerchoir of Cincinnati and Alpenrocsli mixed choir of Can ton 0 tied for seventh Helvetia Munncrcholr of Buffalo eighth sad Qruetll Mannerchoir of Akron 0 ninthTho Sacngcrfest in 1905 will be boM In Hamilton O RAISING MACARONI WHEAT Yield In This Country Estimated at 10000000 Bushels This Year Washington Sept 1 Secretary Wil son has asked the department of commerce and labor to ascertain through tho consular service suitable market for macaroni wheat a hard grain common In some European countries and whoso crops are Increasing rapidly In the United States Secretary Wilson says that the macaroni wheat yield in this country this year according to tho most commonly accepted estimate is 10000000 bushels against 2000000 a year ago and he predicts that noxt years crop will be 25000000 bushels The Genuine Ti Counterfeit The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement Is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shreveport La says After usingnumoroua other remedies DeWitt81WItchblind bleeding itching and protrud- Ing piles no remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold at East End Drug Co Strength and vigor como of good food duly digested Force a ready to serve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates For wile First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very lowII price BEBEA COLLEGE BRICK oIopo Io4oIo Ioto1oo +o ho1o + +o bo4o4o + +OIOl0 +o +010 Loot EVERYBODY I 0- f WEARS t- I SHOES tI+o o why not wonr good shoos when wo soil you i- g 0 GOOD UPTODATE SHOES iIa o inferior oneso it1it if you buy Irons ns 3Auythiug mid everything you want in mens fiirninhinKa and o ocan please you in style and price o- o Call in and look over our various lines BO you tan be convinced i Yours for basinelso+ I Crutcher Tribble Jo 0 i MAIN STUUEP KICMMONI KENTUCKY v oIOOO + +O +OIO +OOIoIoIoIO+OO +OOIOOO +O Io +O+od O DR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO All DIWMM Of the kidneys tliJJer nnJ urinary organs AUo hurt dUM rheumatism backache Krar l Jrojxjr female Dont become discouraged There It a cure for you If wetwary write Hr Ho lift upcnt a llfullme curing Jut uch ra a your All roiiiullaUnni Ut FREE Thus N to rertlfy that t wes laid up with ltcistle Ilhoiinmllitn II mouth bring during that lint to rrform allY iabr anti Isdpald out Ins 11I1blelallt without llelnr adYbs by a iIrlend to try Ur tOIlIcn auti lIaclooach Cure did w bnttirscured toe 6lncethrnlhare with troubles and the mult liMbvru rurolnrviry ca c O 8 HIKAY llloonilngtou Sold tiy DruiElnU toe and II Auk for Dr rVmirr Almanac or Uook lluokfrr VITUS DANCEDhsresdti Cure I lIl1erIrecmumrndrdiiIc hundreduunrrlnl ST tunny duirn of llr nntrIIHint nrrry rait lime been curtxj AlLasCLaaaUseeCOAkruuU UUIu Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALD And enter tho great 10000 0 lFsSl O CON FSr- For particulars see advctticment on wcond page USE THESE BLANKS D and S Date Name Street Postoffice State t Enclosed find to apply on subscription to ThetLouisville Herald I estimate that the winner of the racethe next Governor vrlll receive a total vote of e THIS DLANK IS GOOD FOR THREE ESTIMATES M= MMM1M++ I I t A Knight of t the HighwayiT BEGINS IN THIS NUMBER OF J The Citizen Interesting from start to finish Opening chapters sent free on application Kfufrctnry Medicine It ia great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use in- cases of accident and for slight in juries and ailments A good lint ment and one that is fast becoming a fuvorito if not a household necessity is Chamberlains Pain Balm By apt plying it promptly to a cut bruise or 4burn it allays tho pain end causes the to boat in about onethird the odthnu usually required and as it is an antispetic it prevents any danger of blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treat- I before inflammation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sole by S 12 Welch J- rFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky Cnpllnl and I Surplus 180000 Wo solicit your pntroungo JAMES BENNETT Put S S PARKES Cashier 1UUtrtM After ratine Ciireit Judge W T Holland of Greens burg Ln i who is well nnd favorably known bays Two years ngo I BtilTer wl greatly from indigestion After rating great distress would invariably riwult lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my sleep is rvfrcfthing and digestion perfect Sold by East End Drug Co We innafdr ot uln U a and Forclpl 1 tl1Is DXMlcIitetcb or t houi PI inTecUon lot I ewreRADEiARKSwr f Th Ileniur ur ItntlncI- crKOUH tiifTering Indigestion dys o poprol or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests what you eat nod makce the stomach swoct This remedy in a never failing cure for ludigtwtion and Dyepepttm and all complaints affect jug the glandn or membrane of the ntouiach or digestive tract When you tiiko Kod6rDyBpcp la Cure every thing that you eat tastes good and on ry bit of the nutriment that your food contains is nHmmilated and appropriated by the blood and tia pupa Sold at East lied Drug Co Orders o- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing era thl pccialtie of Williams shop Ageucy for U L N sundry Take all your troubles to bite Work gtmraulMxl n EARLY RISERST- HE FAMOUS LITTLE rILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness end all troubles aria Y Inf from an Inactive orslugglshliver DeWJIt Utile Early Risers ere un cl promptly and never gripe They are to dainty that II Is a pleasure to take them One lo two act II a mild laxative two or four set as a 1pleasant and effective cathartic They 1Ire purely vegetable and absolutely They Ionic the liver TJUI Duiri surriT THL uaaD ItCDW At CaCblcadoY- aeawwt iera Iir I CLEANING FARM WELLS lloir In Ilnlld Derrick Vlilrli Pucll hate tIt AVurk mill In Mniplo In Couilriicllun Every farmer should have his well lOonlhslHere Tho three pieces at each sod and the middle are four by four Inches also of hardwood spiked to the scantling Diinntric FOR CIRANMNQ WBII A one and onefourth Inch hole Is bored at tho top about 14 Inches from the end Another Hole the some size In bored at the bottom about one and one halt feet from the end The cut shows the derrick set up for use The legs are 11 feet long four Inches thief and ot good solid tim her A one and onefourth inch hole II bored through the top for the bolt lo go through The Inside part of the lg where the hole Is bored should be made like a wedge 10 as to lit clofely IIgnlnllhe scantlings The pulleys are 12 Inches In diameter and are made of wood The rope should be put over the top pulley and under the bottom pulley The legs should be sunk In the ground to they will not rlldc and let the derrick fall A good strong hook should be securely laMencd on the rope A steady horse can operate this all rlcht once It Is understood harry II Poetic In Farm und Home THE OLDTIME DAIRY Mucb Iun Va faked Hi P lint lla- llxnrr t Nsulsy Acquired a llmiU Acruuut Only under certain conditions the dairy means wealth to uiu farmer and fertility to Ida farm If these coudl lions be not secured and maintained dairying will exhaust the farm and 1m poveriih the farmer more speedily und more hopulcKRly than alniobt any oth er form of farming When the milks sold oft the farm It carries with it the fertility of the soil and centrally the net price of the mlllc Is too low to pay fur making It and to replace the fertility removed with It This hard tack undtrllts all the complaints ol dairy farmers about the profltlessness of dairy farming Old Into dairy farming nrnt from the farm only the butter and the old time farmers made money und were the moat Independent men on arch Whn farmers once more take up home churulnt dairy farming will once more become steadily und satisfac torily profitable and dairy farms will once more Increase Instead of de crtoiie lu fertility Tho moat forlorn thing In the farming region Is the large dairy farm once fertile anil op trattd profitably by Its owner who made butter now wornout and starv ing and working to death the tenant who occupies and operates It It pro duces only fractional Grope of grave corn rye wheat and other crops and the mill It snakes is pour lu quality email In quantity and high In cost It goes away In cans while the churn rots In the shed or garret It nets the tenant 75 cents fur each dollar he puts Into It Ho rant pay his rent The owner says ho Is no good The tenant says the farm Is no good nnd both are right Tho churn substituted for tho can would chango such farms de cidedly and profitably for both owner and tenant When will farmers open their eyes to tho business folly tin plied In the senseless work that Is mis called dairy farming Iluttcr Is the basis of farm wealth and fertility but farmers lu these days stem to think that hutterinaktnK Is hard work In romparlfoti with milk shipping On this fuucHnirntnl error they have built and are maintaining the losing ship ping business throwing away the soil of their farms along with their own strength health work comfort and lives Midland Farmer trIIultwry Cow Slnlilca It Bceiii to bo a difficult thing in dairy management to secure cleanly romil Uutib in a cow stable About t9 out of loll are far from sweet ami clean tho ottenvlvo odors contaminate the breath blood and tissue of the animal and con sequently a ilrntclnss article of mill cannot be produced Tho barns should bo dusted often and whitewashed at least once a year not only to glvo them a good appearance and make the stable lighter but to purify them and kill any germs of disease that may have collect ed on walls or ceilings Midland Farmer KrrplHs nor oa the Farm A prominent breeder of Shorthorns claims to have found n way to keep the boys on the farm As each boy reaches a certain age he gives him a few goof pedigreed females bargaining that ho Is to have all the males while the Goy receives all the females The father olalms that It pays him well while the Jon coon finds himself with p small herd of Jmproveu anneals on his liijnd and baa no declrt to leave the farm L PROGRESS IN FLORIDA Law rlla by Ieallature Deve1 tug Large Sum lo lire Build Inaf of heads In no Hate of tho union Is there greater enthusiasm among the people for building good roadiMhan Florida and In no state has more good legisla Ion favorable to road Improvement been enacted during the past year The leg islature which recently adjourned en acted several general road laws Their general purport can bo gathered from the following brief statement by Senator A S Mann who Is state organizer for the Florida Good Itoads association The general public at nutglance will not be prcpurectto grasp the Importance of the prrf e nt good roods laws The act giving the Internal Improvement fund to good roads alone In Its entirety In lands and money bequeaths to the caurt not less than ten or fifteen million of dol lars In Florida where material Is cbundant and cheap with little or no expensive cuts or tills to make and sand as a foundation insuring perfect drainage or readbed an Immense amount of work can be done on this fund alone but couple with this the convict money one half nf which goes Into the general revenue fund of each county and may bo used on roads if the county commission ers so wish and the levy of a threemill tax on all values for same purpose and tJl will ten that the power to make good rwds has hen given without stint Another act of the lili heat Importance sets aside for purposes of road improvement the Indian war claims the payment of which has been authorized by con Frttf From this alone tho state will realize over half a million dollars It Is an Interesting fact that the aver age swamp land fund and the Indian war claims fund both come to the slate from the national government and now that the legislature has decided to use them for road building they are virtually national aid to road Improvement The swamp lands were granted to the state by congress about the middle of the last century A large part of the lands have since been sold or donated to promote railroads and other Internal Improve meats but there are still many millions of acres of valuable land from which an Immense fund can be derived all cf which Is to be need for road building The roads are not to be built by thestate but by the counties each of which will draw from these funds In proportion to the total attested value of Its property This It not all the road legislation the good roads advocates of Florida want A large and enthusiastic state good roads convention was held at Gainesville in July Resolutions wore adopted demanding the employment of convicts In road building urging joint action ot counties In building through lines of roads across the state In all directions pledging sipport to candidates for of flee who will work for good roads de claring for cooperation with the Na tional Good Roads association In the work of organization anti demanding that the national government aid the stairs in the great work of building good roads throughout the country STARTING LARGE STONES A Tnk That In Qnlle Mmilr At Shah II seem to Iuxlr- Jlnur Ilnril Vorkrra Halt burkd stones of medium size are bard to get out as the toll is packed around them and no good hold can lie had with the bands For starting thEm out nothing is so good as a canthook ETHONO STONE HOOK lllto the ono shown It Is much like those used for logs but should have an extra strong handle with pin or ring at tho top To save wear the lower end should bo faced with Iron plates screwed on The hook Iron can easily be made by anyone used to working at a forge I catch the hook at tome corner or nook of tho stone and roll It out upon the stone boat without any hard lifting C II Gowdy In Farm and Home Heiiovnlnl lliillrr lluilurni Although renovated butter is an Im provement over Its ancestors the thought of eating the rancid putrid grearo which line only been well laun dercd Is not a pleasant ono Itemorlnn the smell and taste from stock which Is found In most country groceries In a barrel In tho rear puts a premium upon bad farm butter la bue respect it seems to bo a good thing as It affords an outlet for the rank cheesy mottled greasy stuff sent to town by the careless ignorant and uncleanly farmer Hut that very farmer Is tho main loser Ho cannot get enough for his poor product to pay him for producing It U costs as much to feed cows antI make bad butter as it does to feed cows and make good butter Kural World Clean Mllkluic I Important Pains should bo taken to extract the last drop If iniBslble at every milk ing Not only should this he done bOo cause the milk last drawn Is toe richest but that cows may be made to main tain their flow much longer when pains are taken at each milking This Is a matter of great Importance to the dairy man as It determines the profit or lost of his business A poor man ra not at ford p keep a poor cow t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lAumon In the lulernntlonnl Series lot Srplmbrr Cl1lIrnllo of Suet unit Jonathan THE IRflSON TEXT I Sam 11113 Now the InlllBtlnts fought agalnM le rash and the men of Israel nee from before the Philistine and tell down slain In Mount Gllbon 2 And the 1hlllMlnri followed hard upon Haul and upon his tuna and tlie 1UIUtlnr slew Jonathan and Allnndab and Met ihUhua Hauls sons 3 And the battle went icre ngnln t Saul and the archers hit him and he vu sore wounded or the archers nrmorbearrrDrawthprtlIl11lt thus unclrcumrlitd come arllllhrut me through and abuse me Hut his armorlimrtr word not for he was tore afruld Therefore Haul tookuaworil and fi upon It 6 And when hit armorbcarrr taw that Paul was dead he fill Ilkrulte upon his sword and died with him 0 to Haul died and his three eons and his rmorbearer and all his men that same day together i And when the men of Israel that were on tliw oUr aide of the valley and thy U at were on the other tide gf Jordan taw that the men of Israel tied and that Saul and hits rant were dead they forsook the cltlts old lltd and the 1blllMlne came and Uwrit In them And It came to PUM on the morrow wi n the rtillUllne came to strIp the Jain that they found Haul and his three lane raven In Mount Ullbou- t And they cut oft his head and stripped off his armor and rent Into the land cf the ruilMniei round about to publish It In the hour of their idols and amort the PttAiJ they put his armor In the house lcdytoJaheshOilendbad done to Haul Ali tie valiant men arose and went all night and look the body of Saul and the badges of hi eons from the wall of lielh Ihan and came to JulKJli and burnt them there IS And they took their bciics and burIEd theta under a tree at Jabesh and fasted lven day- GUIJIIN TUVr There U a wny enrich rrinrdi right unlu a man lint Stir cud tlirrruf are the tray s of death 1rov Mil- OfTIlNE 01 S ItIf TIn SECTION Duvlil an nllf1Sam 27112 Haute I lon of SHmutl1 Ham 3l11- Achl h trust In IavldI Ham 19111 David s victory Ham 3ulJl Death of Haul and his pous1 Faro 311 Haus body 11710 The bodies tcecnedn1 Sam 3111 TIME About II C 1IACK Gath ml or Aphtk southern JJah Mount Ullboa Utthtbun und Ja bunGliud NOTES AND COMMENTS After David had spared Sauls life as described In our lost lesson and had thereby regained his favor we should have expected that the hunted outlaw would have returned to his home Hut no David knew Saul too well He dared not trust him In tie tpalr he gave up the hope of living In peace In his native land and went to the among the Philistines until Saul should die It stems a very unpatriotic course but he was probably forced to went well until the Philistines wages war upon Israel Then Achlsh re quired Davids help and he would have been forced to fight on the side cf his countrys enemies had not the Philis tine leaders feared hln treachery and sent him away before the battle He turning to XIUlag he found the city In ruins and the women end children cap tured by the AtnnlcMtt whom he pur sued and conquered returning laden with spoil Weakened by constant desertions from his army Saul is In no condition 4o meet the strong Philistine host that Invades the land from the northwest He Is panicstricken at their approach In desperation he consults the witch of Endor to divine the probable result of the coming conflict and If possible obtain a menage from the dead Samuel The narrative Is one of the strangest In the Bible Dr Aglen one of the best Interpreters of the Old Testament says It Is hopeless to try to understand this Incident Magic Is at home In the east and ventriloquism which the language Implies to have been the practice of this woman may have had Its part All that we know Is Saut tbrught he taw and heard Samuel nod the figure he stand heard told him the worst Therefore Saul went into battle that day expecting defeat The men of is- rael lied The battle was probably fought In the Plain of Jexrcel the Is raelites being forced bark on their camp on the slope of ML Gilboa Mak ing their final stand here like wild beasts at bay they were slain in great numbers The battle went tore against Saul A pltlablo IiCtlle Sauls tltrce valiant tons slain defend ing him himself wounded and hard pressed by the Philistine archers seek ing death as a favor at the hand of his armorbearcr rather than fall into the hands of his heathen foes end finally committing suicide a miserable ending of a most disappointing career After tho barbarous custom of the ancients Sauls dtcapntcd body was exposed with those of Ma eons ozj tilE city wall aso humiliating disgrace doubtless also as a warning to other foes of the conquerors A remarkable Instance of the per manence oftruc gratitude Is this ac count of the acts of the men of Jabesh Gllead In the very beginning of his reign Saul had befriended them and had rescued their city now after his death they out of all Israel are the ones who dare befriend him Terse Milnu He who wills our being wills our well beingPrinciples mark the steps of mans progressGod wedded real happiness to sin cere holiness Gods promises are weighty because they are gold Old seeds mutt be broken before new life can begin There Is no opportunity to read the proofs of life Blessed are they who have God at the wheel before tho hurricane of tempts tion reaches I emu 1x ba n NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL EXrKNBKSdne first dill of term College Acnd A An Scice Mtxlel Cat Norm Normal Schools A tram Incidental Fee 610 6 4M 8 HnipltHl Fee H iS 2S dpaper adman ttt 225 125 Hi Total schoo- lExpenses 90 I 03 400 Fur piano stenography and other extras we Special Kxptmtn below LIVING EXPEItSESBwrd due In advance by month Room rest by term Heard room heel end light 121 for foil and spring IU 71 e1t21fur winter term iftJLO In the vlll Krnllowed In ipprovtil plaecsrsrlesln prlre avconllns to nccomnun datlons fnrnUhrd Adding these living expense to uhool ex pensts we find To te paid the lint day UnrliidlnKtheililcpoili In Collegiate Pcpnrtirunt 12020 Arailemf and Utin Nonnnl 11920 Applied Hclcnif Normil sad Orominerli1 Jlcdel Schools 1520 In winter SlSI more forearli No student can be received who falls to make tithe advance pee mcnt Total Ordinary Eipecees for Weeks arerecn to Ix In Colleplnte Department W Academy and Ijillu Nvnnal trs Apjlkd Pvlenev Vnrninlfml GinmnmrtiT Motel ScliooU U i lu nlntcr three dollars more for rash Students paying board ant room rent In full for n term at the bf glnninj teethe a dletoiint of fifty tents Students duly excuse before the end of n term receive beck an tqiil table portion of the looney they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Plano Vocal or Special Theory II Ictn- I hour elate of three tOO Organ lollnClCIH IcMoiiiclaMnf three S0StvnoKUphy or Typewriting per term lies worn In Harmony 100 llieof Plano or Typewriter It hr n day 2 Urcbf organ n hr a day tro Item of Minlc Library per term M ChemlcatLnborntnryaceordingto material and breaks eabont 300 physical and JllcroaOpUul fjitboratorkr per term Materials In drawing Ior term iIxurulnatlon except on appointed day 25 Graduation Ice wllhde Tfewlth diploma 200 Sro JIIIIIIIEX- PERIENC BO 1 TRADE MARKB 4c Anyone sending sstelch and m ilcklr ascertain our opinion free whether i IhTontlnn Is probbItlabl CnnimunKia tlnnlrlctl on Isteou geneforaemuingpalenta Talents taken l pettalnotka wlthoutcargsbib Scientific JVtnerkan handsomely tllnslratnt woctlr lAra st din of anyeletlan1urna6 Terms l a newadNnMUNN lLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE IRAILROAD Tlma Table In Effect May 24 1903 hillyLeaveArrive Richmond 8 fa m Arrive Itirta ft 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7Un m DallyLcavoArrive Richmond 2fi p m 18pmArrive MaltyLeaveArrive Livlugsttnr2 05 p m hillyLoameArrive Livingston12 30R m Trains No und No 5 mako con ut LivingHtoti for Jellico and the South No 21 and No 21dJ W Stephens Ant iW FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS EXPENSES OF 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLITEACHERS IN STATE PAID KENTUCKY BUILDING WORLDS FAIR YEARS entfreeOldest nection Ticket FAIR ALL THE THE School children and public Invited to vote to popularIncents coach ten cast at one time All monist over end obove trip eipente of tttcb en to election of the Kentucky BultdlngattheUx position livery voter iliac the ati f ctlon or knowing a worlhy cause sad ImfMiUnt object have biro the same lime a taconite teacher his recttre rncrnltlon Contest eon1 ducted undo auspIces cy IMucatlonnl tom lSodalionlhe talllre of Kentucky Esblblttfarmed to raise Jiooit oralUuiMIn and proIducts rfailedtlon Hreiy educator lit the Ktalcwhclfif rteacher In pub er medialaeutalorlhcoloptathslilullon yrottaltnteratholledenominationalschool Is eligible to election Members ofllie UJucttloutl blbit tommlUee alone c Names of all school children roltnto be enrolled In the Kentucky Iliillmng at the JxflOo tlllon Kentucky will have an educational exhibit O 2soasq Halo fret ol tin Palace of Hducatlon TheKiposltlon iatobelhe created lnlernstionaletcntlulheworlds ldi tory The ix teachers cho en wilt be lucky luderd in being tendered tIii trip to the Fair tlfcliinown mot popular educator Theeounl mastdenJcfuoncastingthelargeatn- umbcraf Votes will be allowed to scud two teacher the most popular nod the second unit popular THE TOTES WILT TB TES CE5I8 E1OT TES COSSinCTlSQ A D1LL01rAt ten cents each every nchool child la the Plate wilt be able to raft dltolt oneote for kU or her favorite teacher the voting win not be eonaned to school ehildie PAHKNTS OF rents lit ANT OF THEM FRIENDS MAT TOTE The purpose of the Assoc atlon being toelrct the wont popular school teacher in each county as to runiIdetribY the publio pupamaysires toctttenToteltinybedonebywTitlnril or her name on one of the paceaandiemlt tine one that name oi tbe raon Riven at all All of the tbeKeotuckyiLccouUit Fupil are u ked therefore toslgntheir names plainly to the ballot ALL EXPI3SE8 OP TUB TEACHERS WILL HE PAID by the Aa odaltcn Thl will include r llrud trauiportatlon from Louisville BL Louis and return heard at one ol the best hotels Im the city foralxdays sod admUslon to the exposition grounds for six day Tnnrr PABTI rsTrnt BE MtDE UP 1EOM THE osTPortiT nTEAcnrnfi to mate the trip more proOtable and more enJoyable Each of these parllea will conilut of teachers Thla would make atotal oiroteachers but a there re OOlYll9 counU elltuckylht AItdl gofromtbatcountyJeferaouALL TE1C11EKS IN THE STATE STAND 0V AS EQDATi FOOTIXfl lit title contest Tate teacher with only twenty pupils may receive more the leather with five or fix Ilmesl TuepublicwillVotes be east eranyperson who tuht school during ico or li teaching now ThlafItln ty Uheteacheiduiineemmnthsscpal which closed InNovembcrorDccembcrtheopportuni AST XTJintlJ OP H1TLOTS n1 DC CAST AT ONE TIME There no limit The morfdel lars tent lu for any one teacher the more voles he or abe will be credited with TURJ2DOLL101rAKSofthelion r fa Kentucky Bnlldlcct eexpoiltion to every llonal salltfactlcn of koontaR thct lie has did u rorthy causeI10howteacher The oteswlll be counted undcrthe cuperriiloa of the Educational lUhiblt Committee of the Association shepersonnctofthis is as follow Irof H C Dtonnell Louis rifle Chairman rcr IL Y McCheiner Prof R r Ilallecl Louisville Irof W IL Bartholomew Louisville 1rcf P Paul Anderson Lexington Dr Chase rainier Danville Pres Went Vliliain Ulnwiildle Jackson Dr W O Vrost Setea Dr n Iluntoon Louisville tDr R V Nullln Louisville Atihur Yager Georgetown Superintendent M usldy Ion Ingtoa Superintendent L Pgge FrenltforlllrOl C rrof n hoods Owrlltboro T a Alley C howling Green rsxnorLoulrehlleSties rattle S Loulnille lolrlllmll 11Hrackeu onltvllle JJcllrolYlanTuckerLcmiiyfle Members cf the Educational Cocialttcc are not eligible to tits contest rFJlEJiriER ETEHT COC5TT ELECTS 1t9 owN FAVORITE TEACHES Competition between counties to the race for the troth trip the county outside or JeTcrllOo IIIDI thetlar esttotalumherofvotebda gtlllIled thedtstincttonnfsending 10 lccbIII Xhe result will be announad in every paper In the slate sad Iti 0 111101110 n congratu latory message will to the teacher elected each county Istcrthedetaileofthetrlpwilt be arranged encl teacher chosen being given the privilege 0 f the June July or August t ptlo which he or the wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 73AWew+t ww iePMrM wfrtof as the most popular teacher in ec county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED iOo 10e ai o arsPAKaawwwavs1glnYt i1ifMtOo iOc utl tLC +tMbIlalWa rl n5 10a- eMtl I9J at I 100 tOe IL r o 1O SOC todllhemshiflrecttky8nthelcc AddI11oDIbllolimaybeoblload by ge tin nlra or Ibl paper Remlnncn m be sheet reebkred letter t ant poatare upntl os poetalsaoaeyorder orIseurreacySlusaeftelb Address commnnlrllUoalo KC HUOlllt8i OIllIUelt 4t e Subscribe for The Citizen it ti 1 = rc THE CITIZEN tlIHIH1IHH+H I HI H zI M1HHHHHHHMl Kentucky News LEastern unless signed in full by the writer The name but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly 1111111ITH ++ HIHIHII + +1Hz JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Tho house of James Bishop of this place was burned with all its con tontsJohu F Dean is still very sickMrs Whitt Rose of Horse Lick scratched her foot on a briar and blood poisoning was feared Dr Cornelius was called who performed an operation and she is now bettor Mrs T J Cojle is improving Her Mullins an evangelist from Rock castle county is conducting a series of meetings at the Cave Spring church this week Supt Powell visited the Clover Bottom school the 25thSolon Azbill is very sick with laver KERBY KNOB Sheridan Ballard of Valley View is in this vicinity Charley Murphy of Chestnut Flat attended services hero SundayRev G V Coker was at the preschiug hero SundayOur fever patients are improving Some of the people hero will attend tho Laud Mark Association at Pilot Knob Tho revival which began hero over a week ago conducted by Rev James Parsons will bo continued a while longer because of the deep interest number have professed reli 1gionand wore baptized Sunday PULASKI COUNTY BEE LICK James Brown is building a new houso near here on the tract of land he recently purchasedJames Thoni son andwife accompanied by their daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs VanKennedy all of Crawfords vine Ind visited relatives in than section last week Hallie the little daughter of M H Barnes is very sickMisses Maud and Myrtle Thompson of Lebanon are Visiting in these partsMr David Thompson and wife of Paris were hero last week Elder Hubbard filled his appoint mont at the Church of Christ Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Crops are Hue in this part of the country Lee Cengleton has commenced log hauling on Island Creek W II Brewer and Sons have enter ed their store with a fine lot of mer chandise Isaac Carmack has been promoted from Constable to Deputy Sheriff Wm Mays the Deputy U S Marshal of the Eastern District is kept busy all the time Married on Aug 2d Mr Goo Bowman and Miss Allie Turner Much success to them They are now on a pleasure trip to California and will return soon by way of ChicagoMr Lawson Main ous formerly of Berea has purchas ed the stock of goods of Isaac Scott and will now enter business with Grant Spivy as clerkMr William Beckuell gave n party last Saturday evening which was enjoyed by all who were there George Bowman and Emma Hoskins were among the guests Messrs Brown Bowman and Thos Kincaid are buying timber for n firm in Perry countyT B Venable has purchased a now wagonW J Blake the drummer has returned from n trip through the Mountains accompanied by James IsaacsG- C Roberts line attached a hotel to his dwelling and is now keeping boarders Andy Venablo and Jesse Turner have purchased a new saw mil1Dnve Bowman is visiting friends in Bell county and looking for walnut timber Married on tho 18th lust Arch Roberts and Miss Mary Bell Bowman Success to thorn CARTER COUNTY GRAYSON John W Johnson of Sonoy was in town recently Mrs Judgu Hubbard has boon quite illEd ORoark is out after a spell or chills and rover Row Neal preached in Montgomery county n few Sundays agoTho foundation of tho Bank of Willard is completed Squire Al Kser of Prater was in town a few days ago Judge 41 Morris will remove to town in a few wcekeMrs Alex Gilbert is recover ing from an attack of fever Mrs r Emily James of near Fontana is ill with typhoid fever Roy Wilhoiteof Ashland was the guest of reatives here recently Howard Hatchett has typhoid fever Mrs Elizabeth Rice from near Colombus 0 is the guest of friends hero Merchant Cook soy was in Cincinnati last week Miss Dot Blankenship is teaching the Cedar Point school Squire Charles I tr fs r Scott has mdvod into tho Armstrong house Mrs Otto Pierce of Salt Lake is visiting the family of W C Holcouib Judge Dysard and wife are now at home in their cozy new cottage on Main Cross Street Willis Womack is dividing his time between the Commorcial Bank and his Puc tolus etoroMerclmnt John M Webb is making some extensive improve meats at his store Profesor W C Kozee of Willard was in town recently taking the State esamina lions Mrs John T Barnett a repre sentative ol tho C W B M of Indianapolis Ind visited Gray ou recentlyMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Henry Lawson and wife who went to Illinois in March returned last week for a visit They have not de cided whether or not they will locate permanently in Illinois W II Iliitt sold two mules lost week to Id r Kirk for 125Mr John Maim nUll wife Maggie Elliott Mann who have been visiting relatives hero during the summer returned this week to their home in South Dakota Miss Alice Lawson who was reported very sick last week is improving very rapidly at this writing ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Mary Anna Lambert of Conway visited friends at this place Thursday and ridayJames Hayes or Wildie was hero on business last Saturday The prospects are good for n good crop of corn in this vicinity Married Wednesday evening Aug 27 Wm Watkins or Copper Creek to Miss Mammie Grant of Boone aud Arthur Ouinu of Boron to Miss Jessie Sims of Snider Switch Rev JW Lambert officiatedRav J W Lambert filled his appointment at A Weavers on the Berea pike Sunday J H Lambert sold to H Hurst a nice cow and calf for i3OJesse Singleton who has been gone for several years has returnedagainSheep buyers have taken about all of the sheep out of this country Wm Kerby who has been sick for so long is still very poorly Tie hauling is the principal industry at this place Mary Wren and Lavila A Singleton visited their mother Sarah Lambert on Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN Dr H G M Cook attended the fair at London and is visiting his father in Jackson county Ransom Baker of Hindmau was in Hyden recently on his way to London Logan Eversole son of Rachel and Lewis Eversole of Confluence died August 15 at tho home of Jackson CombsF G Begley and Jesse Morgan of Hazard were recent visitors in townTho biggest fish of the season was recently caught by Abo Begley on a trout lino near Con fluence It measured 37 inches and weighed 21 pounds ASHER Logging is all the go hero People here are stirred up some over the election who will win is tho argument at this place Crops are looking well now corn will be plenty if the rain holds uplirauk Jackson of High Knob is here looking after a log job John Estridge of Greasy has found thrco boo trees of late Uucle Samuel Mosley is very low at this writing and is not expected to lougWe e are finally deprived of a school at our placo on account ora teacher Boys lay olf your pistol and bottle and nail your book and prepare yourselves for teaching Do not blame your superintendent James Hoskins Deputy Sheriff is in our midst collecting taxes PERRY COUNTY GAYS CREEK Wo are having lots of rain in this locality Robert Abner has returned hnne from Owsley and Claycounties whore ho has been on business Arthur Morris who has been confined to his bed for seven woeks we are glad to say is getting wellSamuel Morris andwife aro hero from Jack son visiting friends and re- Iathesifm Buck Rice is in the ice business Finley Bowling is having a good attendance in his schoolon Gays Creek we hope the parents will still continue sending all the while as ho is a good teacher and devotes all his time to studies I Interesting Kentucky Items CAPT LONQMIRE8 REPORT Breathitt County Jail Filled With Pris oners Arrested By Militia Jackson Ky Sept 2 Capt Long mire who Is In command of the mill Ma hero has sent his weekly report to Adjt Ion Murray showing 13 arrests last week Of these eight were con victed before the county judge for mis demeanors committed In tho county and four were convicted for violation of city ordinances Four of the number were tried ba fore Judge Hnrgls for participation In a riot at Wllhurat last Friday at which they engaged In promiscuous shooting on tho street and Into tho houses In the town They were each found guilty and In addition to being fined 150 were required to give bond of SlGOO each to keep the peace Tho county jail is now full A SHOOTING AFFRAY Two Men Killed and One Will Die as a Result Paducah Ky Sept 2News reach ed hero Tuesday of a shooting scrape In a remote part of Galloway county Sunday afternoon In which a white man and Negro were killed and a Ne gro probably fatally wounded Jim Petty tho white man crossed the river from Stewart county Tennessee and engaged In a crap game with Negroes A row followed when one of the McCarthy brothers Ne green pulled a pistol Petty quickly shot both of them down One of tho brothers was killed outright and the wounded man grabbed his dead broth ers gun and shot Petty through tho heart The wounded Negro Is in jail at Murray A GREAT GAS WELL A Baboursvllle Company Will Heat and Light the City narboursvllle Ky Sept 2The Tyc fend Oil Co has sold IU oil and gas wells along the Cumberland river below this place to J A McDermott of the National Supply Co and exIleutICoy M C Alford of The gas from these wells ono of which Is 3000 feet deep and regarded as ono of the greatest wells In this state will gasproductngI and heat this city A plant will bo put In from 30000 to 50000 Prominent Woman Dead Owensboro Ky Sept 2Mrs Jos 49Iyearsthe most prominent families In the county She Is survived by four dill dren tier husband died ono year ago Cattle Killed By Lightning Richmond Ky Sept 2Durlng a thunderstorm lightning struck a tree killing three 01 five cattlo standing un der IL The others were uninjured All wore the property of Durton lob erts A mule and a calf belonging to Jack Freeman were killed Criminal Libel Sulta Flied Frankfort Ky Sept 2Tho charge of criminal libel was Tuesday morning preferred by State School Superintendent H V McChcsney against Editor Young E Allison of the Loulsvllla Herald and against Geo W Riley Its local correspondent Wants Fire Department Improved CovIngton Ky Sept 2A delega tion from the Fire Underwriters as sociation of Covington met with the board of police and fire commissioners Tuesday evening apd urged the Im provement of the fire department in the city The Bridegroom Is SeventyEight Lancaster Ky Sept 2Jas Saun ders aged 78 and Mrs Alma Austin aged 47 were married at tho home of tho bride In the McCreary section This is the bridegrooms third and tho brides second matrimonial von ture Telephone Companies at War Bowling Green Ky Sept 2Thero Is a lively war on here between the rival telephone companies rho East Tennessee Telephone Co filed an in junction in circuit court against the Southern Electrical Construction Co Garrard County Teachers Meet Lancaster Ky Sept 2The Oar rard County Teachers Institute open ed at tho Lancaster graded school building with Prof M A CassIdy of Lexington filling tho placo of conduc tor There Is a good attendance Scarlet Fever In Warren County Bowling Green Ky Sept 2Thore is an epidemic of scarlet fever in the Mlzpah nelgh6orbood this county While there have been a number of cases but as yet there has not been a fatality Mrs Edward Alexander Dead Harrodsburg Ky Sept 2Mrs Ed ward Alexander wife of a prosperous farmer and stock dealer died after only a few days illness leaving ten children the youngest three days old Three Calves at One Birth Petersburg Ky Sept 2Owen Al len has a cow that has given birth to three calves A strange thing about the youngsters Is that they are of the national cOlorsred white and blue Tendered His Resignation Cloverport Ky Sept 2Rsv T F Walton who has been pastor of the Luclle Memorial Presbyterian church of this city since 1902 has tendered his resignation w w H t VENEZUELANSIN Cry In Effigy IHanged Sept 1Agi- bbet was erected In a street ot this city Sunday on which was hanged an effigy representing a foreigner and tho populace beat the dummy with sticks amid shouts of Death to for elgnors Two lending traders M Pa- lazzl a Frenchman and Herr Sprlck a Gorman were recently arrested In Cludad Bolivar by order of President Castro for refusing to pay their taxes whleh had already been collected by tho revolutionists during the lattcrs occupation of tho city Many other thejimmediate release of their fellow coun trymon Gen Rolando and 200 rebel officers who were captured at Cludad Bolivar have arrived at Marlcalbo They wero Incarcerated in the fortress of San Cat los with their feet in irons Wlllcnistad Island of Curacao Sopt 1lIarab Injustice Is being meted out to foreigners residing in the Interior of Venezuela where the local authori ties are hunting down all foreigners which dare to present claims against i Venezuela In accordance with the re cent protocol Near Coro a local trl bunal refused to accept tho testimony InsistlIngjail Two of them attempted to es cape and were fired upon ono being killed The Venezuelan government does not deny this occurrence but is doing nothing to prevent repetitions It Is learned on good authority that letters sent to foreigners from tho Italian and other legations Instruct ing thorn to send In their claims wore seized In the post so aa to prevent tho claims from arriving In Caracas In duo time POWERS SENTENCED TO HANG Thrlc Convicted of Complicity In the Murder of Senator Goebtl Georgetown Ky Aug UCalEb Powers waa Saturday found guilty of complicity In the assassination of Wil liam Goebel and sentenced to death Special Judge Robbins formally over ruled a motion for the granting of a new trial and passed sentence of death upon him after a declaration of the prisoner I am not guilty judge The court fixed November 25 next aa the day for the execution The attorneys for the defendant secured the grant lag of an appeal for the case to tho Kentucky court of appeals and If un successful they may try to get the United States supreme court to lake it under consideration Powers was the coolest marfln tho courtroom when the verdict was read and sentence pro flounced against him He was Imme diately removed to the Scott jail to bo there held pending the appeal of his case to tho higher courts Powers refused to say anything after the rendition of tho verdict only say ing that be had said all that he cared to In his speech to tho jury WILL SPEAK IN OHIO W J Bryan Leaves For the BtaU to Begin His Campaign Lincoln Nob Sept 1W J Bry an Monday night left for Ohio to begin his campaign In behalf of the dem ocratlc ticket Mr Bryan said his tel egram to Tom L Johnson has been misunderstood that ho ham not can coiled any dates In Ohio but that busy ness matters kept him at home so that he was unable to speak at Toledo Monday night as had been arranged Ho would he said fill postponed dates later In the campaign probably in Oc tober OPENING OF THE PORTS The Idea That It Will Settle the Man churlan Question Ridiculed London Aug 29Tho Peking corre spondent of the Times ridicules tho Idea that the ManchurIan question will be settled by the opening of two Man churIan ports All the approaches to Mukden are In tho hands of the Itus scans he says whllo Ta Tung Kao Is a small port without an anchorage un approachable within several miles by steamers of the shallowest draft and already open to trade under the Inland sea navigation rules Cresceus Broke the Record Dayton 0 Aug 28 Cresceus broke the onehalf mile track record here Thursday afternoon making a mile in 208 cutting the time ho made at Kansas City by onefourth of a second The fractional time was Quarter 032 half 10314 threequar ters 13GY No New Trial For Ames Minneapolis Minn Sept 1Judge Elliot of the lIenepln district court has denied Dr A A Ames motion for a new trial Nothing now remains between the former mayor and six years In the penitentiary for bribery except an appeal to the supreme court Senator Hanna Much Improved Cleveland 0 Aug 31 Senator M A Hanna who was taken suddenly a tow days ago in his once was much Improved Sunday and will go to his office to attend a political conference with state leaders Treasury Balances Washington Aug 31 Saturdays statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 1160 000000 gold In the division of redemp tion shows Available cash balances 231 744233 gold 1102341184 I i T ANOTHER CARLOAD i Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well 1 I3ucniisc you never saw one broken down Uecause they ore nil good ones 1 Because they cost loss than othersBECAU-SE BECAUSE BECAUSE I IsTCl 11 GET ON IE See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARN Boroa Ky tIT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS I CORRECT UGHT- KAUV Th SMITHSONIAN TRUSS HOLDS IN Pwslrros I Sold by Rut Kml 1tug r Hindk rchicfs Perfumed Free front our full line or Waller Pratt A CJH perfumery nud toilet gropes lions NIIIKI K U T- Hivinlifiil art pictures given to buy ors of these good EAST END DRUG CO h Ir j This space has boon purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of Tho Citizen t4 4 WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did you spend your childhood in thefcountry P Tho engineer with his baud on tho throttle of the Empire l Tho admiral ou the iunrturdt ck of n war ship Kiug l hvnnl all till throllImay glow with pride and pleasure but their feelings iirotnmo in with the unmutternblo delight that thrills the Hiiwil toy who In unassisted to climb the wheel anti porch on the slat of a STUDHHAKEU WAGON I urn proud to sell It SaE WELCH JRu f Accidents Happen Daily 1 To Mechanics in all Branches of Business paracampu Is a quick RELIEF and guaranteed CURE for Burns Cuts Bruises and all Inflammations It relieves at once by drawing out the Inflammation Cooling Soothing and Healing the injured parts J Every nun whether employed in Office Shop or Factoryshould always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH close at hand It saves Time Pain Remember if you are not satisfied after using Paracampb your money wilt knfoadcd SOLO OHtV 26C50C 100 BOTTLES AT ALL caooo DRWIIITS For sale by SE WELCH Druggist yu c J