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Presidents Office X d Borua College HWIWHHHHSHHIHKH t 1 RACERII n v A Family Paper BEUEA COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1903 One dollar a rear NO 1l j IDEAS I Goal resolutlonc may oftoti rnlll yoL grow gradually Into good habits I Tomorrow cnnnol do toilnyH work r without titclecting its own v Ifa mnn lives ns ho ought the morn ho IB looked Into mho hotter hI npponrs Man makes his condition aH good HR it IN by always trying to mnke it hotter limn it TAKE NOTICE Fall term or Iloroa Golloirt opoiifi utHn in on Wednesday Sept 10 An extra registration too of 2fio is charged nil old ntudoul who do not register Ixjforo the close of the first day and all others who do not register Infore thn closo of the norond day Do not miss a chapter of tho now serial story Head tho proposed amendment to thn State constitution in this issue Take advantage of our combination otter with tho LoiiiRvlllo tlrruhl FROM THE WIDE WORLD John 1VItiddloof Minnmotn hai appointed U S Consul at Cairo I Kgypt Twenty Jolo Insurgents worn killin f in a fight with tho constabulary lu thin province of Cnvilo Philippines War in Ixdievod to lw imminon brtwceu Turkey nail Hulgnria ou ac count of tho disturbances in Mace t donia Twelve persons who participated In the recent attack on tho county jail nt Danville hid have boon convicted and rteulouced to prison It In estimated that JIOOOO Chris URn men women and children have Ixxtn massacred by Turkish soldiers in Macedonia within tho last few days Secretary tiny has madn an cm phatic protest anti demanded an ex placation from Columbia because or tho suppression of cablegrams IMJ tweon Washington and tho U S Minister at Bogota Fomigiiers in Venezuela are being perwecutixi by tho Venezuelan of ficials in order to ki t p them from presenting claims against tho govern mentTho Turkish government inn notifi ed the Powers that it cannot gimurantos tho safety of tho legations at Con tnlltinollol govorumont has nppli r wl for 5000 feet of npaco at the St Louis Worlds far Turkish railroads will not transport tho Sultans troops unless paid in nthRII co- IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho big strike in tho McKoenport IH tin trills lies fern declared off Fire In Cincinnati destroyed properly worth JltiOOOO Pennsylvania Democrats adopted a platform dealing entirely with State issues A ticket was nominated by acclamation 2f 0 gluomakcre employed by Armour it Co at Chicago havo struck for moro money President Roosevelt has ruled that hereafter in making appointments in thou consular service experience shall bo considered tho main requisite 0or Pcabody of Colorado has ordered out tho National Guard for duty in tho Cripple Creek District whore minors aro causing trouble 1COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Wm Leathers n young man of Boyle county died of poisoning as a result of conning in contact with poison oak while cleaning a fence I rowIt is reported that Judge D B Redivino has withdrawn from the race for tho Democratic nomination tor Circuit Judge Governor Beckham opened the Democratic Slate campaign at Win chester on Saturday Janice CralTord a prominent farm er of Rockcastlo county dropped dond while on his way homo in a bllggyINelson V Prewitt n prominent physieanof Winchester died in a Lexington hospital after an operation for appendicitis Tho trial of Curtis Jolt charged with killing James Cockrell was called at Cynthinna Tuesday Congressman Vincent Boreing of tho Eleventh Kentucky District is seriously ill with pneumonia at his home in London r l THE CITIZEN IDeacon R E Preston IWith thin panning nway of Deacon E Trenton on tho lot in slant ono was removed who cnmo to Uenui almost before there was II Berea Born in Rockcastlo county Sept 10 1810 ho came hero before ho was sixteen years of ago to work in tho mill of John G Hanson A row months later Ids parents Ephrain and Elsie Preston moved to Borea In the spring of 1800 a row months alter tho Northerners engaged lu promoting time infant school wen banished ho was one of a party or about fifteen that exchanged shot with a mob several times asiiumerou that hind come to intimidate the friends of freedom and of tho school Tho day following tho mob largely increased broke up Mr Hanson mill and warned away young Preston and others After an absence or several months in Indiana ho return ed to Boron where ho spout tho rout of his life a firm fridud of the princi plo hero advocated On Juno T 1852 he married Miss Zorilda Moore who survives him Of their seven children six are still living viz Mrs Rosa L Beuzor or Cincinnati Ohio Mrs Alico Coylo or Indian Territory Mrs May Sharp of Bores and Messrs James Charles anti Chester Preston Mr Preston though a hard working roan hind no cumulated huh little property For tho last four or five years of his life he had boon able to do only light work and all was dono In constant pain Deacon Prostona religious ox peri onco was a very unusual one In bin youthful days ho made public eipres atop cf hU intermit in sacral things and for some time was somewhal activu in rllllgiuuITRlrs Afteiward for many yens ho lived a lifo ol neglect and apparent indifference which ho afterwards deeply regretted On tho Ulsl of March 188fi he became a member of the Church of Christ Union at Heron on public profession of faith unit baptists About four years ago ho seemed to havo a new vision of overshadowing importance of the salvation of souls Ills efforts In that direction became literally uu ceasing His Fathers business became the most important thing in his thought Ho visited tho sick and boreaml for miles around No ono could long bo iu his company without seeing n reflection of the lore of Ood Ills patIonco iu suffering was some thing wonderful Praise tho Lonl was Ida most ready exclamation oven in moments of pain Ibis last audible words at 700 p in of Monday were Good bye praise the Lordl His last breath was late in tho forenoon of Tuesday At tho funeral services at tho home on Wednesday touching reminiscences were given by Rev 11 J Dorthick followed by a short discourse by Prof L V Dodge from Mark l232x-nt rhar ret hilt glorified oh lJaliINIU fur lIuaxe For thnae who weep Mourning the Iou of ono tleitrUcoilrpattH fallen steep Iliiilitti Into illrnre never more to romforl The herti of men Gone like the uuililnc ol annlhtr country lleyond our ken 0 dearest dead iret tliy white tout shining Btlilnil Ihare Hrlghl with the ltutjr mil celestial glory Of an Immortal grace What wonder we tumble faint and wcvjdiiR- auiliilck with tiara Slnre thou hat left na alt alone with sorrow and Mind with tea- tDanville l7 Sept 5 1M3 To Editor of Tho Citizen In your issue of Aug 27lh last you have a reference to myself and tho John G Foe estate which I wish to correct I made no purchase of tho said estate but tho Board of trustees of Camp Nelson Academy transferred tho wholo plant under their control to tho Presbyterian Board of Freodmejj to bo conducted under their supervision as industrial school to do tho same kind of work as formerly only upon nu extended scale Please publish this as tho correct and authoritative statement of the case Yours D McDoNALD I wish it to bo well understood by thq public that tho heirs of John G Foe do not receive n single cent for tho Camp Nelson school transfer ESFKK Executor The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 60c HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE lily Irciliicnt Win OixxIcU Frost Article 8 Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Counties In 1834 n I rqitnli 1rlraleI tlr81mrm ndlltla- R ecrgcnnt- aduntecrs I Infantry jutllliryIDr Drummer Her a Hqvolutloimry army MADISON COUNTV Madison County then included Jack Ron Owsloy etc Peter AllemhnuKh p Va 1 Henry Duke p Vn Jacob Dooloy p Va Samuel GunnUon p Va I Josoph Goino p Va I John Galloway L Va Joseph Kinimnl p Va 1 John Land p Va I Jonlnm McQueen p Va Wm Parish p ftl Enoch PawHon p Va I Jacob Stevens pVu1J- ohn Shanks p Va John Timberlake p Va John Tutwiler p1nl Solomon Tracy p Va I NONTOOMEBV COUNTY John damns Uud p Va 1 John Brown p Del I Henry Benuingflold p a1 Reuben Caffen C Va I Robert Downs p Dole I Janice Dunlap p Pa I John GatT pVal James Howard Ps Va Philip Hammon p Va I Jamos Johnson 2 ml p Vn Nicholas Moore p Va James McCullough p Va James McCulloy p Val Wm Piles pVa Edward Roberts pIJol- mn Smith p Pa Edward Steen p Ia1 John Skins p Va I Eli Talon p al Aquila White Capt Pa I Continued CEMETERY The most important meeting of per sons interested in tho Heron cemetery that over has been held is sot fornext Saturday September 12th at tho cemetery 800 a m Tho recent careful survey has found dozens if not scores of irregularities Some changes in boundaries of lots their numbers in walks etc nro absolutely necessary New deeds will have to bo given Bring along your old deeds It is very important in very ninny cases that people be present in person to look after their rights If this call is neglected do not complain afterward A now map will probably soon bo made and time Association Incorporatedpno This mooting will bo an informal one and those who cannot come BO early will receive attention later It is proposed to begin a now era in tho care of the cemetery Better fences and more permanent corner posts must bo had Fuller explanation will bo given Saturday Now is the time for owners to remove bushes briars sedgegrass etc from their lots It is suggested that picks mattocks spades hoes scythes or other suit able implements be brought By order of tho Executive Committee Berea Ky Sept 7 1903 L V DODOE Secretary FALL TERM AT BEREA Send children for I full year of school Special Advice to Parents Tho Faculty especially advsea that all students plan to attend school for tho fall winter and spring terms right through the school year If you cannot have but ono term lot it be tho fall term It is found that those who outer only In tho winter or spring terms do not get nearly so much benefit It is like joining a regiment that has al ready been well drilled We make up our classes and begin in drilling in the fall If you cannot send all your children for time entire year send ono child and lot the others go to the free school anti got all they can Then an other year you may give another child a chauco In tho College If you want tho host for your chil drone sold them steadily for thin throo terms The HUSTLING CASH STOREI II Everything in Spring and Summer at the Hustling Cash Store I MUST GOI CORNER i AMAN to Ito well dressed must select his col Ins culT neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats and in general great care Select them from our stock and you will make no mistake Wo see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS at riving daily Wo sell Douglas Rljprti for men and boys and Queen Quality shoos for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky Farm For Sale 2 12 miles north of Borea A good house good orchard plenty of water plenty of timber for fencing and fuel SI acres in tract Will soil as a whole or iu two pieces to suit purchaser Cull or write H K Berea Ky MRS L S ADAMS Of ialtrnloti TPXIM Wine of Cartful Is Indeed a Nesting to tired women Hiving suffered for seven years with weakness and bear Ingdown and having tried sev eral doctors and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the thing which helped me and eventually cured me It to up the weak strengthen the system and correct Irregularities Dy tired women II Mrs Ailams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have You can euro at homo with this wonens remelyVino- of Gartlui Wino of has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin toRct well today druggists have 8100 For any liver or bowel disor Thod fords MackDraught should be used- rorufvtcaandllteratnn tems The hide Anay bartnirat TM Cnaltmiooi Jlfuiilno Ca tart Tenn WIN EoFCARDW Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 y rr ttIIIIIHIIHHHIISubscribe Today I Circulation 2000 I1IiHiillIl1IlII44 IiI4i IVOL MADISON r Goods Richardson Greatly reduced prices on all Summer dress goodsIwash goods white goods ginghams embroideries laces etc Ladies shoes i and slippers mens low cuts and slippers andIgents clothing and hats in fact everything offered at prices BO low as suRprise and please all An opportunity to toIbargains at your price Dont miss it i LACKEY HAMILTON iI i1MENSFURNISHINGS with JeJa 13ttal111aman clcctedII Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers r Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FUUNITUllE always on hnnd Wo invite our Boroa friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLTNS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam enerallvverydifferent This is cause by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit those conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which enables us to furnish just tho right OY08Pric T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSsecure splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from IR H CHRISMAN IWclch Woll WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F H1QGINS Prop East End Barber Shop North of PrintlnK OaiceiShave lOc Hair Cut irc Shampoo 15o i Razors sharpened 15c to 2 c R B DOE Proprietor TIME KEEPERS IT la sheer extravagance to buy a wotthleu watch nay a hlllhclalimckep- er at They save money and 1 are more alufociory I Ours are guaranteed IWrite for catalogue or call IRION GIRARDET It Qi Wilt liuket tstoCo r The CITIZEN an 8 page weekly 1a year DONE AT THE COUNTER Flnrr here Dlnrnnnl Itoillr Itulnritl- liiniPK and Crotrilril Jail and AIuiiliouiic rr ll irnril I have lately seen In an English newspaper the announcement that a public house is for sale and the ad vertisement contains the following sentence These premises are sur rounded by numerous manufactories z employing thousands of wellpaid hands who inhabit numberless dwell Ings In this dense neighborhood The trade is large fullpriced and mostly done at the counter approaching 2000 c 100 per month This coldblooded announcement smells of the pit Beelzebub himself could not frame a more internal sent tence than this one in which the dram dealer tells how cunningly he has I planted his deathtrap between thos laborers wages and all their needy t wives and children lie has reared f his tollgate right In the very track iofthese wellpaid hands so that li may levy on them at the rate of 2000 f per month For this sum he retail- to these operatives disease poverty tdisgrace and endless destruction W JCfl our lingers instinctively twitching to get such a scoundrel by the jugu lar and gripping It until he is as pur pie In the countenance as any of his i victims But why spend our righteous indig nation upon a foreign liquor seller f when this same conspiracy against the wages and honor and lives of workingmen Is being carried on In our land Precisely the crime which that Eng I lishman so shamelessly advertised Is being perpetrated here in all our i tory towns in all our cities and in great majority of our villages At this time the labor question Is one of the i foremost questions of the hour Dist cussions about labor about wages 1about the needs of the laboring classes ere engaging the pens and the tongues f of the ablest writers of the country WAG US IKIN i DONli AT THE COUNTER Doth patriotism and philanthropy are studying the problem How shall the laborer be elevated andII How shall the Inequalities In a degree be remedied After all the chief problem to my mind Is to teach the laborer how to i save and how to use aright the money which he earns High wages arc not always a blessing They are often a curse Master mechanics tell me that In the inflation times when they paid their hands high wages the increased pay was a terrible tempta tlon With such wages a much larger traffic In tobacco and rum was done at the counter When the laborer Is flush he is tempted to freely at the counter when are tow and work Is scarce he 1pend to drink in order to drown and sorrow All winds seem e to blow towards thedramshop Thin traffic In Intoxicants Is sometimes tre mendous How else could high rents be paid on so many corners and so many glittering bars be kept up In the fashionable saloons and hotels Halting for a street car a few even ings since In front of a corner dram shop I observed two welldressed young men playing some gnrac with dice Their wages were being done at the counter and some poor moth ers heart was hero wrenched asun der A decently clad woman stepped in with a pitcher under her apron and got It filled from a cask tier wages for washing and other work went tot the same counter and that pitcher of i grog went to her house to instruct her ttchildren In the accursed habit Might In the midst of our community the bot tie spider weaves his seductive web Kandfeeds the foolish flies that are en within As long as labor pays this tremendous toll all hopo of gen jeralbetterment of Its condition Is fu- tilet1 Out If this greedy outlet for wages were effectually stopped more than half of the labor problem would k bo effectually settled r What can be done toward It Sev eral things ought to be done and can liquortswept the state of dram shops Dut that was because the people of Maine are too well Instructed to tolerate the abstainersdrive It a prohibitory law Is a McCormick reaper cutting clean Without such a sentiment Is a rusty reaper at which every grog seller laughs To produce such corrective and restrictive sentiments requires labor of tongue pen pulpit personal influence Every drinkIlu your township I Inquired lately of a friend from my native county In this state No he replied not one Our people have voted it out In that township them la no manufac ture of poverty and crime done at the counter What Is accomplished In 1that township may be accomplished In any other provided the same thorough education of the people on temperance Is carried out The pulpit has always been outspoken for temperance In that community Multitudes of the humbler classes may be rescued from the clutch of the dram shop by personal effort This Is the line of effort In which the Sawyers Moodys Murphys Reynolds Coughs and WHIards did their best service Father Mathcw saved thou sands of his fellowcountrymen from the whisky shop by his own personal effort My Irish gardener refused to whentho was sick Ho belonged to a Ia they Mathcw Abstinence society The dead hand of the Irish apcutio held him back There Is an Immense field propaeganda among the working classes and the educated Christian class ought to go Into it Horace Grccley told nio thanethisto open temperance coffee readingsrooms It Is a vast boon to the poor tser class who have been done at die counter of the dram dens Many of even the better grade of laboring people are pitiably Ignorant as to the very nature and effect of al coholic stimulants Patrick or Sandy really believe that a glass of whisky gives warmth and strength This error Is being corrected In the public schools by teaching every child the principles of true temperance If the commonwealth suffers by the poverty crime and demoralization caused by isnfrom the bottle as to teach them to read and write All attempts to break down the counters arc balked as long as costly bars are sustained by the upper classes The drinking usage of work- Ingmen will continue just as long as their employers practice the same So cial Influences work downward And In the highest tier of society the do canter is slaying its thousands too Alcohol Is no respecter of portions Perhaps some of my readers who will redden with Indignation at that English rum ellers advertisement will themselves offer wino at their own tables They set out liquors at weddings and on New Years day Practically they put their own tables on n par with the dramshop counter Fashion tempts them to do what av arice tempts the liquor seller to do Are they any less guilty Before they warm Into Indignation at tho temp tattoo set before the poor laborer let their cheeks crimson with shame at the example they themselves are se- tlingBev Theodore L Cuyler D D In National Advocate REFORM ITEMS Rev Brooks Lawrence of Ohio has taken charge of the antlpaloon crueade In Wisconsin A sharp contest between the temper ance and saloon forces in Lyons Ind has been carried on all year Already five applications for license have been defeatedThe council of Sault Ste Marie Mich has violated a state statute by granting a license for a saloon to be located within 200 feet of the high chor The school board will carry the mattci to the courts The Security Trust and Life Inuranct company of Philadelphia is offering special form of policy to those who are physically sound and who abstain frorf alcoholic beverages The mortality e pericncq or the temperate Is to be kitseparate from the companys general t perlence arid full credit given the not users of alcohol At a banquet given to Dr Lorcnx tll famous surgeon wine was served He pushed his wine glass aside and called for a cup of tea Some one Inquired If he was a total abstainer He answered I am a surgeon My success depends on having a clear brain a steady nerve and firm muscle No one can take any form of alcohol without blunting these physical powers therefore as a stir geon I mist rot use any form of spir itsJourual of Inebriety- A free temperance school for inebriates has been started In Germany In thr city of Duben am Main In this the In ebriates without restriction or force will be taught only by training their will power to resist the craving for alcohol The Institution will accommodate 900 patients from 18 to 70 years of age No attention Is going to be paid to nation ality religion or social conditions all are to be treated alike The treatment will take three months Reformed drunkards are to be employed as teach ore The Institution Is not to be a busi ness enterprise but entirely a charitable undertaking The manager Is Dr E Wulff of Berlin The emperor many princes teachers physicians etc are Interested In the undertaking Hockcrt Itnllrunil Want Temperance Men M de Tera the general superintend ent of the railroad system of Germany has issued orders that all employes on In any position of trust The orders end with the significant sentence Temperate men with clear brains und steady hands are the only ones who will be retained and who should apply for positions Should Flirting Be Abolished 1 By A WOMAN WHO KNOWS o THIS countless legions who consider it the most de liglttfulof occupations far preferable to such robust sports as cricket and footballit will be heresy even to hint that flirting might with advantage be done away with but let us inquire into the matter An attempt has already been made madcxto suppress the practice of the gentle art In one of the courts of St Paul Minn a lover indignant at the behavior of his sweetheart en tered an action against her He claimed 5000 as damages not as he was careful to point out for breach of promise of marriage but solely because the lady had had the audacity to engage in flirtations with other persons The plaintiff was determined to put an end to flirting once and for all He didnt succeed in his gigantic and impossible endeavor nor did he get the thousand pounds Few men will be found to uphold the view that flirting should be abolished Why docs the bulk Drown who hates exercise accept with alacrity invitations to tennis parties Why docs Jones who cant dance any more than he can fly attend subscription balls night after night Why do thousands of men go to functions the objects of which have not the least interest for them Theydo these things in the hope that they will be able to enjoy a flirtation will some eharimng girl They have not the Most of an intention of marrying the charming girl their purpose is merely to wile away the time in an agreeable man ner which they do to the best of their ability The fond and tender looks of Brown the playful ways of Jones the stereotyped requests at parting for a flower as a memento of the happiest day in my lonesome existence these mean nothing But what of the charming girl lion docs she regard the atten tions that arc paid her What arc her feelings If she is not an arrant flirt and does not include flirting amongst her recreations it is as likely as not she fancies that she has won an admirer who may bcrome a can didate for her hand If the flirtation is repeated again and again with the same person as is not infrequently the case site inevitably concludes that she will ultimately receive a proposal and if she likes the man she falls in love with him only to discover in due course that she is num tiered amongst those whoare nice enough to flirt with but am not nice enough to marry The disappointment is acute and is manifestly unfair But if flirting has its dark side there is no necessity to condemn it entirely To some it is one of the chief joys of life The wise join in it knowing at the start exactly what will happen The calculating girl is perfectly aware that the flowery words of the flirting Tomkins are only the words of Ananias She is nqt imposed upon in the least indeed she does her own share of imposition as Tomkins finds out for himself when for a wonder having really fallen in love he proposes and is promptly rejected We need not pity Tomkins He bounded into the fraywith the object of flirting and has met his match There is however abundant ground for contending that flirting should be abolished in the case of men who take no pains to make clear to a girl whom they have no intention of marrying and to whom they whisper sweet nothings that they do not mean half what they say When this is not done flirting is an act of injustice if not a crime and often leads an experience proves tOa great deal of misery No man has a right to allow a girl to suppose that there is any likelihood of his becoming her lover unless he has sonic idea of making her his wife Apart from the objections set forth above flirting may be acknowl edged to fulfill a useful purpose Every marriage begins with a flirta tion and if there was no hitting there would be no marrying In short we must flirt to fall in love but the trouble in respect to women is that so many men flirt who wont fall in love Charity With an Rye to Profit By ERNEST FOSTER Prominent London Writer ICJ diX ATION for generosity is sometimes a marketable commodity and certain persons arc so keenly alive to the fact that they contrive to make it a veritable business asset It may sound cheaply cynical but it is the sober truth that there are individuals who make a regular profession of being charitable that is they give away just as much as they can affordand occasionally morenot with the least notion of doing good to their fortunate fellowmortals but with a very wide open eye for the main chance and a distinct inten tion of benefiting themselves as much as possible If you will take my advice said a medical practitioner who shall be nameless to the gentleman to whom he had sold his flourishing prac tics for no other reason than his desire to retire and end his days in leisure you will be charitable day and night and all the time and let everybody know it JiVhcn I was a young fellow just starting to build up a connection I had a ghastly time I might as wellalmost have been dead for all the notice good patients took of mc and I was literally starving for hope As you know medical men are forbidden by professional etiquctteto advertise in any open and orthodox fashion At last the day came when I had no more than five pounds left in the world I sat up thinking all night until a notion struck me and the next day I gave away all that money in charity Considering that it was every penny I possessed it was a good deal but I dist ibutcd it wisely a pound to the victims of a colliery disaster half a guinea to the widow of a murdered policeman and so on Not to weary yon with details I got my name into the papers eight times and was publicly bcsscd by half a dozen miscellaneous widows and orphans in addition all by judiciously laying out that five pounds A benevolent and rich lady who heard of me from one of the widows must have recognized my merit obscured until then at once for she came to consult me before time end of the week and introducedother patients so that I turned the corner Ever since that first experience I have made it a rule to lay out a proportion of each years income iiichar- ity Barefaced business scheme I admit it was but at all events I did no harm to anybody and some good to riot a few including myself the practice has wider ramifications Spend more money on good works was the most striking injunction in the will of a man who had built up a big business by time help of unexampled shrewdness He had- systcmatiadhy given away large sumsto deserving objects indeed yet- to objects especially chosen as being the likeliest to be mentioned publicly and thus obtain for the firm a good name among a large section of time buying community Nor was it an isolated instance Whatcvei you may think of the system observed a keen advertisement agent to the writer it will eventually become so general though naturally never openly sOas to open up a new career for men who will be trained to become charity organizers and advisers to large firms Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools 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CUM lie Cd n 1H t of Iorptu I have a cheap force frcd drill press that Is very useful on my farm A timber ta hCxC tetH 14 iy4gr d Jy Iefjs 9 like a trestle The uprights band d should be longer than shown that they may be tied together at thedopaslthe outward ttrain II considerable both nlefdprightt are Jj4xl2 Inthe All thLrapThe bit stock c la made bending a pne hsltbddnbIhebttinlndiodIntoWinpe- a a shown or may be purchased at a bard ware ttore 4f d crpw injEhnwn kt d which may screw Into the wood orA nut may be attached to the front side of r rear upright A t I RllttiVII1 icrlwfd to the end of th t Uwseloclfs of wood am placed between the bit and the front post b at needed lly utlnn twltt drllli eltUr wooffitfr Iron may be ored i lrdrg T Price In Farm and- nomal MODEL GERMAN FARM Ulnae unit Hum Are llathtf a4 IIa4d br KUrlrlrlfr gad Vrntllnlcd bjr 1JllT At Quednau eastern Prussia to a dillry farm managed by Prof Flack haul It Includes 460 acres and pro ducts 1000 gallons of milk dally The Engineering Ilecord la authority for the statement that the buildings are all lighted by Incandescent lamps and the grounds In places by are lights The current Is supplied from n small station containing n horse 11central engine direct coupled to two and a switchboard for the of Iho various circuits all arts of which are 10 simple and plainly marked that any farm hand can understand nnd operate It In ad dillon to the lighting power Is sup plied for the pumping of watrr and the driving of saws feed culling and threshing machines a grist mill and L an electric churn In the dairy Ilcildei there stationary power appliances there are n number of electrically driven agricultural machines for use In the flouts Including an automobile plow nil of which are run by storage batteries and may be charged at con veniently located substations To round out the completeness of the- equipment the barns arC heated by electricity and ventilated by motor driven fans and nil parta of the farm have telephonic Intercommunication Virginia llnic K l rlinnt An attempt was made by the Vlr lint station to determine the effect of wide nsdlura and narrow rations for hogs on the relative development of fat and lean The pigs used were from five to nine months old One lot was fed on corn meal alone nutritive ratio 1905 another on corn meal bran and beet scraps nutritive ratio 1582 a third on corn meal cotton seed meal and beef scraps nutritive ratio 1235 All the hogs were fed In pens TlloloI fed the narrow ration cottonseed meal all died In from eight to ten weeks with tho usual symptoms of cottonseed meal poisoning Of the other two lots the one receiving bran end beet scraps In addition to cornmeal made 18 per cent wetter gain than tho lot fed corn meal only Not tho slightest difference In the proper lion of fat and lean could be detected In tho rhntcannl Iota of hogs Ill finlta More than one species of nIb Is met with which cannot swim the most singular of which perhaps Is tho mal tha a Ilrarlllan fish whose organs of locomotion only enable it to crawl or walk or hop after the manner of a toad to which animal this flsh to some extent bears a resemblance and It It provided with a long upturned snout The anterior pectoral tins of the mal tha whit i are quite small are not capable of acting on the water only move backward and forwafl11 Doth these and the ventral and anal tins are very different from the similar erverof nonswlmmlng fishes Include the sea horse another most peculiarly shaped Inhabitant of tho sea which resembles the knight In a set ef chessmen and the starfish Philadelphia Ledger nnnqurt on Uncooked food In New York recently about a hun dred peoplo participated In a meal of uncooked fcod called elementary food banquet Bread meat sugari fLt ten coffee and most ot the ordinary condiments were omitted Even water was tabooed apparently because tho city article has to bo cooked Such articles as mashed wheat soup Per Ian prunes and pure fruit julcca fig ured In the bill of fare The object Is said to bo to emancipate women from tho cook stovo and make house seeping a comfort Bo industrious In good weather you feels Rat fear famlno a few bad l- aysii CARE OF YOUKO PI09f wrterrth A tlI1n WbflU JIla b la DI I uJlfttG When tho pigs are than weeks old thyjwllabrlu to eat other food b- estdlherlauthera milk To furnish the thlil have a very shallow trough easy for them to reach and out ofreacaot the dam and at this 1ighllunbouuter I provide them rom itetlttWheat middling ground oats and skimmilk I do not furnish these all at once of coupe but vary tbeI aerorJInr to lr cost Itr1 always to have skimmilk and corn mltedmealsuch amount as la eaten up during th day They thus early develop the hab- It oi eating and the ran and milk fed In addition tb thtmllk of the dam gives such a sit toward profitable growing that they keep U up to the end Thla makes It ptisslblc for mead keep the sow In good and heart Without depriving the pigs at needed nourishment It Is a common thing to see a low with a family of clamorous pigs that have not thrived to the extent they would If the feed had been put In them grow so thin stickling her family that Ihof c it ylcldlnK up her life to the 4enjiq11ot motherhood which is of course a characteristically motherly thing to do and embodies a very nice sentiment but It Illustrates no evi dence of a generous appreciation of tho mothers abnegation by her owner or feeder True we are not raising swine sentimentally but we are try lug to do It profitably and may often miss our profit by our stinginess The pigs stomach Is email nnd needs tilling often For awhile after weaning i feed four times a day and aa the Rigs Increase In size I feed three times a day all they will cat and no more From this time on the bill of fare Is covered principally by corn and milk If the corn gets too dry and hard I soak It I feed It also I try to keep them growing and fat ea If I have a good market I have hogs to meet It fly having them tat enough for market at five or six months old If the market does not suit me and I hue a speculative notion that pork will be higher In a mouth or to I can beep them that much longer and still have them within the limit of most profitable feeding It may be need less to add that the market does not always do what I think It will Hearing this In mind I generally sell when my pigs are readyW V Me Spnrran In Farm and Hom- eEXCELLENTPIG TROUGH It Vrnv Idra use 1IllIhar for Every Anlmnl and Cnu He Cleaurd UulrUlr It Is always desirable to place food In the pigs trough to ns to enable each pig to get an equal share A trough that can be cleaned quickly and easily Is also of great value ThrEe qualities combined will bo found in this plan of a trough To accomplish this the awing Inc door a should bo long as the iIA ilODEIlV 110 TIIOUQH trough and aa wide as the fence Is high InIbe fastened on the Lack side Instead ot having the hinges attached to the beam k To feed the pigs the perpendicular sliding fastener t can be rallied the door a pushed back beyond the rear side of the trough R and then the door a can ho held In position by pushing down the slide tInstead of having partitions In the trough to prevent the hogs from stand ing lengthwise In the trough It Is more cleanly to put pieces of plank on the bask side of a as nhotfh at h These plank need be only lhrce fourths ar wide RI the trough and straps of Iron placed on their edges and all on the edges of the trough will double their durability H M Drake In Farm and Home There toe3 In Iroa Tho hog has practically dethroned all other products of the farm the put two years A wagon load of corn Is worth i15 ti 20 one of wheat Is worth pos notIbo 100 The farmer who raised his corn and hogs the put two years the mesa who hat made the easy money find acquired the snug bank account Cattle have not kept pace with hogs and it has taken an exceptionally good feeder this winter to make both ends meet on a cattle deal but many of them have more than played even on hog that followed the cattle Rural World Put on Your Thinking Cup Tills Is n peculiar season with coma It Is a good time to buy stock with others perhaps unfortunate some animals must be sacrificed for lack of teed Weigh your conditions with care Remember that It Is not difficult to figure out prospective profits but that profits often fall short of calculations It Is tot sate to spend money beforo It Is saved Generally when thlngu are high Is a poor time to buy It ea the other hand you havo feed or animals to breed and the flock or herd can be Increased U advantage br all means buy Farm and Horn THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lcaeam InCh r Inteinnilonnl Srrlea for ftentvmlirrv In lIMKI Oavlil- Urconiri Klntr rTHE LESSON TEXT 91 lAnd It came topnirfnUer thtr thaI da vld enquired of the Lord saying HhhllIlgo up Into any of he eW9c fluJnliT And the Lbrd saldunto him up And Poyld tIda WliUher1 shall Igof And he Unto Hebron 2 So David went up thh P and hit two wives Alilnoam the JexrerllteM and AblBtill Nabnlii wife the 4rmllte- a And his mbn that werew11h him did David bring up tverr mnn with till house hold and they dwelt In the cities of He- bron And the men of Judah came and thtr the all oll ed David king over the house Judah And they told David faying Thrft the teen of Jabcahgllead were they that busied Saul I And iMvid sent me inger unto the men or Jabdhgllrad and said unto them lllemed be ye of the Lord that Je have then til this kindness unto your lord even unto Saul and have burled him t And now the Lord chew kindness and truth unto you and I also will rtqulte you this kindness because ye have done this thing 7therefore now let your hands be lengthened and be ye valiant i for your master Saul Is dead and also the house of Judah have anolntf me king over them I Hut Abner the ton of Ntr captain ot Hauls host took lihbaaheth the son of Saul and brought him over to Mnbunnlm 9 And made him king over Glknd and over the Ashurltcs and over Jeireel end over Kphralm and over Utnjamln and over all Israel lahboahrth Sauls son was yean old when he began to rtRii over Ifrml and two years hut the house ut Judah followed David NOTES AND cmtlSTSt- JlIIIS TUXT llrholil hour good and hinv iilrnmiul It fur lirrllircn Ise dtell tugrlhertn auit3iPa iiltiOUTLINE OK HCIlllTLMtK SECTION A liar rewarded 2Sam115David a mourning JSam I17t7 David anointed king i Ham C14a Commending the Jabeshgllead 24b7IihboshetbTIME About 1KO II C 1LACEmiag Hebron and Mahanalm We have seen how David though ho had come to know why Samuel had anointed him would do nothing against Saul After Sauls death he acted just as nobly as ha had done while his enemy was living He would not remember the evil that Saul had done but only the good Ho mourned Saul as he was at his test the affable king the brave warrior the generous friend From the fateful battlefield at Oil boa a messenger hastened southward In Zlklag to announce to David the defeat aid death of his rival King Saul If David had been less magnanimous he would have welcomed the news with rejoicing and reward ed the messenger This wan what the man expected but ho was doomed 10I disappointment Hu mlnjudgcd David character Instead of rejoicing David mourned for Saul and Jonathan Ills lamentation called The Song of the flow Is one of the most beautiful per sonal tributes In all literature TKo Amaleklto who brought the news pre seated David with Sauls crown and bracelet claiming to have slain tho king with his own hand though at Sauls request This was undoubted ly a lie Invented for anticipated re ward We learned In our last lesson that Saul committed suicide David believed the He but rewarded the liar very unexpectedly by ordering him to be executed for slaying Jehovahs at the age of 30 years after runny bitter experiences and hardships finally attains the kingship promise him years before when Samuel anointed him He has proved his powers 01 leadership and his great military prowess also his ability to win amt keep friends David enquired of Jehovah Probably through his high priest Ablathar with the historic ephod and the Urlm and Thummln see Kx 2330 Unto Hebron The natural capital of southern Judea the home of his ancestors Abraham anJ Isaac The surrounding country was thoroughly familiar to David and the Inhabitants had become much attached to him Ho had Just Increased hid personal hold upon their leading men by giving them valuable presents see Sam 302631 Abigail tho wife of Nabal Rather his widow And his men Probably most of Davldj renowned came from this district so that now they merely returned to their former homes hoping to dwell In peace The men of Judah anointed David ling This was his public Inauguration making him the peoples choice as well as Samuels David shows himself at this crisis to be a wise conciliator He had heard of the gallant act of the men of Jabesh In crossing the Jordan to rescue Sauls body and It touched his own generous heart Hut his message of thanks to them was not deold of shrewd politics The only surviving Eon ot Saul was a weak character entirely unfit for the kingship Yet to retain his own posh lion aa head of the array Abner made Ishboiheth king and succeeded for some time In holding together the northern tribes under his leadership lab boihcth was however a mere puppet Abner was virtually king To Ma hanalm Abner was forced to move his capital from Olbeah to a place of safety across the Jordan The Philis tine victory at Ollboa was overwhelm ing and they probably kept that dis trict under subjection They left David unmolested at Hebron for he was still nominally a vassal of Achlch of Oath Spear IalutInnocence Is negative perfection positiveFatherhood Is an essential factor In fraternityNo with a broad heart can lead a little life The more noise a lamp makes the less light It give- Humanitys debts to us make our credit with God To be In tuno with the good wo must be at one with God The home without religion will mean the family without righteousness ODDS AI D ENDS Illj U LL The tffiftiftiti point for wages reached before thbtpli nlc of lRiJ hal now beer re gained or passed practically and In all lines of work The Hebrew population of London has more than doubled during the last 20 years It Is now estimated at be tween 100000 and 120000 Mere preparatory acts for the com mission of a crime and not proximately leading to Its consummation are held In Groves te state Ga C9 L R A 698 not to constitute un attempt to commit the crime Dug up from the camp at Boulogne which Napoleon formed In the hope of Invading England a collection of but tons representing 20 French regiments has been presented to the army museum at Paris St Louts Is to hate a rtalue of Perre Laclede Its founder lie will be repre sented not an a typical frontiersman lilt as a captain In the French army which rank he held In the militia at New Orleans The recent election of Mrs Jane Stanford as president of the board of trustees of Leland Stanford Jr Ian versity In California curtails the powers and authority of Prisldent David Starr Jordan and may lead to his resignation Mrs Stanford owevrr an nounces that she has no present Inten lion of Interfering In the management of the institution but will RO abroad for a season of rttt remaining perhaps two years i FOR GIRL AT THE SEASIDE Uont sit In the hammock too many hours a day You will nayn the Chicago Tribune get the hammock lace and the hammock walk titter awhile Dont worry the Tile out of too clerk begging lor letters II you cant stand a few days reparation without a letter every five minutes no back to town Dont promise to marry a man Jus because he tells you about his golu bonds and his race horses and his auto mobile Smile and say softly Im from Missouri Dont take poBECEPlon of the piano The landlord of the hotel expected cev cral other guests at his house during the summer besides yourself and IK did not Intend to present the Instrument to snub patient Sammy the little college freshman at the big hop on Saturday night when all the men front lon come out Remember that the men go back to town Monday morning bin little Sammy stays Dont forget yourself when you have your bathing suit on and jump Into the water Sit around an the sand three or four hours end then go down and gut one too In the water giggle convul slvely 0 dear but the water Is cold and then return to the hotel ard dress for dinner A BUNCH OF APHORISMS Fair but falsen blonde wig Three cheers for the chcerlul man Haulers are doing a eurhluR business The devil will always meet you hall wayTho Iceman dOC iI1t always have frigid manners Familiarity doesnt breed contempt where money Is concerned The people who dont amount to much seldom succeed In concealing the fact Even the man who puts his best foot forward sometimes has his leg pulled Some people will never put off till tomorrow the troubles they can borrow today Its all well enough to take things at they come provided they dont belong to somebody else- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept CATTLECommon a2 60 tf 3 85 Heavy steers 600 5 50 CALVES Extra til 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 5 95 05 Mixed packers Jh 5 85 j 6 00 SHEEP Extra 3 10 3 1- 5LAMBSExtra 5 50 p 60 FLOUR Spring pat 4 M Ji 4 90 WHEAT No 2 cciiSCNo3 winter sor i CORN No 2 mixed i 63 OATSNo 2 mixed 351- HYE No 2 1p 5- 9IiAYNew timothy jl2 50 PORK Clear family tf 14 70 LAUD Steam 41 750 BUTTEK Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery nvAPPLES Fnncy 2 25 p 2 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 85 ti 2 00 TO11ACCO New 3 60 9 00 Old 5 60 1J11300 Chicago lLOUn Winter pat 3 75 0 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 8Vrp 8iy No 3 spring SO D COHNNo2 mixed i 52j OATS No 2 mixed 31 HYE No 2 55 POUK Mess 12 50 LARD Steam 8 8 621ti New York FLOUR Win sfrts 3 65 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 86y4 CORN No 2 mixed WX OATS No 2 mixed p 38 RYE Western 12 PORK Family 17 50 17 75 LARD Steam S0 8 65 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red W R2Y2 COHNNo2 mixed p 57 Vi OATSNo 2 mixed 4p 42 CATTLE Steers 4 90 D 5 16 HOGS Western H 85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 83 p 84 CORN No 2 mixed G3xp 5- 4OATSNo2 mixed 0 35 PORK Mess fp13 60 LARD Steam p 8 00 IIndianapolliWHEATNo 2 red 81 CORN No 2 mixed ii 60tf OATSNo 2 mixed p 331 NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL EXIENSUSdue ant day oh term College Acad A Bclre Model hAt Norm Normal Schools- A Gram Incidental Ye 60 160 51 8 M Uospltd Fee 25 ZJ 15 25 IIIok paper eitlmalcd 22J 22S 125 25 Total school Expenses 90 800 800 400 For piano stenography and other extras lee Special Kxpemra below LIVING BXPBHSESBoard due in advance by month Room teat by term Board room fueland Until 121 for fall and spring til i3 a week JJ1 for winter term t2XO In the vllUge allowed In approved placet varlci In price according to accommodation urnlflied- Adding tho Urine eipcnsti to school ex pens s we find To be paid the first day IncliidlnetheSldepoitt In Collegiate Department tOO Academy and Latin Normal 1970 Applied Science Normal and A Orsmmar117 Mulct Schools 11520 In winter 118 more breach No student can bo received who falls to make thlt advance pay Talent ToW Ordinary Expenses for Weeks are teen to be In Collegiate Department 30 Academy and Latin Normal S2J Apf lied Science Normal and AOinmmnrST Model Schools Ji5 In winter line dollars n ore for each Student paying board anal room rent In full for n term at the beginning receive a discount of fitly cents Undent lnleUllAe l before the end of n term receive Lack an i qnltoble portion of the money they hue EXPENSES Piano Vocil or Special Theory lessons hour clan ot thrrej 700 Orpin lloneretrIleswnsclaaofthree S 00 Stenography or Triiewrltlng per term CUuworKln Harmony 300- ITtcnf riano or Typewriter I hr a day JM scot organ tr a slay 510- 0Itrnt of nlo Library per term 60 Chemical Laboratory accord to mateilal 3001lh1251Grlr1uallon II JUILDINQ BO Y ARI TRACK MAIM AcIlavntion Is probablyptentabs CnmmonlIlions strict OtIolldenUai lneylntaPatMMM ftodc without ehmrt In the ScltMdik AitrkaiA lIandenmel IllettraUd wtcklr taratealannsofany11nnaolosmaL Twma I- Ii month SL kfall nand l rMew t1sr orLiM11 LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE IRAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 24 101 rallyLeaveArrive Richmond 8 52 a m Arrive Paris 605a ra Arrive Cincinnati 7JOi m fa111LoaveRichmond l2f p miArrive Paris 313 p m Arrive Cincinnati m DallyLeaveArrive Livingston 205 p m lipLeaveLivingston 12 30 a m No and No fi make con nection at Livingston for Jellico and the South 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY HXp Ticket WORLDS FAi DESIGNS Arrive Arrive Trains School children and pebJla ufII Invited to Tote to popularincents each ten cut at one time Alt motley over and above trip or tech ere to go Dlo erection of the Kentucky Building at tbc Ex po ltloti llrtry voter thus Iyen the itufmttlon of knowing awoethyaute sad important object have beoa the same time a favorite teacher hu received mvEmtlon Contest con ducted under auspices of Educational Exhibit Com of Exhibit Association the organization formed to raise iocyinn for a full POIductlhavlalfailedlion Every educator in the publiemember of of mcailemy college or unlrentttmedical denUl or theological Institution protestant orealholledenominUlonal ctloa timbers orhe Educational Uahlbit done excepted Names of alt school children to be enrolled In the Kentucky Bolldlnjr at the Expo titian naie an educational exhibit occupying 1501 square feet ot In Ilia ralacf of Education The Exposition la to be the lTutut lalemlcloDll crent intheworldahisT- ory The lm teachers cholen will be lucky Indeed la tendered thlll trip to the Pair Rye electl own mot popular educator ThclOalltyoulldeof JefterMlllcuUDgtbelarr- ulIumbCrOVOltlm be allowed to send two teachers the most popular and the second tacit popular THE TOTES WILL BE TILL COTS KICK Td COSSlilllHf i B1UOT At ten centi each every school child in the State wilt be able to rant et least one vote rbr kitor her faronte teacher lint the voting will not be confined to school children Pnrns OP r1Jl1LS tffl nr OF TREla FRIENDS YAY TOTE The purpose of the Assod aUon bclac toelret the raolt poputarachoolteseberineach toaaly by the puhllO generally as well as by the school Ballots contain tcu spaces no globe of ten pupil may be arranged and each firing ten cent be credited with his or ber vote If one person de Imlttlaepaces for voternaemaybeleft blank The Association wants however to enroll lbthe Kentucky Building at 61 louls next the same of child who Ct one or more vote Ia ibccoutcfU rupilsareatkedtheteforetoilgatlielriiames plainly totheballott ILL EXPENSES OF THE TEACHERS WILL BE PAD by the Auoclitlon This will Include railroad traport lIon from LoutsviUe to 3t Louts and return beard at one of the belt hotel is the city for fix days and admission to the ezpotiuoa grounds for six tiara tripmorewould make a total of iso teacher but u there are only II counties ia Kentucky the Aaioclr t gfromthatcountyJeferwaexceptedwhichaatathejALL RiCRIBS 18 TK STATE sun OH At MtAIi FOOTI50 la thl contest Tis teacher with onlr twenty paplla mar rectlre more votes than the teaeber with Sitorsixtime publicInVotes may be cut for any perm who Uortt school during reoa or la tracking now Thla gives the teacher of a fire wblck cloaedla KoTcmbtr or December tRe opportune ly to be voted for daring the vacation period ANY xranEB or ALLOTS ua BE CAST AT on TOTE There le aollmIt The mon dot lars sent inoraay one teacher the more voteihe or she will be credited with- oNltpoLLAiLCASTa TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES THR8B DOLLARS DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTES FIVIt 1K1LLAB3 CASTS FIFTY 0TE9tTEND04LJLR3 CASTS A lIUNDltED VOTES ONII KVNDRRD 001- URS CASTS OtIH THOUSAND VQTES defssngexpensaofthewmoitpopularon a may tlonalcatlsfactloa of keowuuc that he has aidtdaworthy awe cnuolylohchllorteacher The votes will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee of the Association Thepersonnel of thl as bllowat Prof H O Brownell Loals rule ChalrmcutProf llV Meche0tyPrxnkfortProf L 114tleek Loullriltel Proc W JL Loulnllle Prof P Paul Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pre dent William Dlnwiddle Jackson Dr W O Frost Berea Dr B B Hnntoon Louisville Dr ealdyIoC1IInelonR heads Owen sboro Green t Boo Burncer Loolsvlll Mis MembquHlllt1ouInllal lira ItsaU R Brack Louisville and lira M B Tucker Louisville Committee are not eligible to election la this contest BENEMBEB ITtBT COUNT ELECTS IW OWN rATOBITE TIACBEB Competition betweg counties only applies to the race of Jefferson casting the largest total 0 votes belay gesatedthed4lisMlonofsending twotachers The result will be announced la per tlte 10 thl coapalll latory mrstace will go to the teacher elected la each county Later the details of tbe trip Will be utaaged each teacher chosen belac gives the prlvflegt selecting the mathJune July1 August tgo4ta which he or she wants to puke trip CUP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH AwentRe r 1 if fT of as the most popular teacher ia county aNa DOLLAR ENCLOSED to j Ltoo to 1Oe ITrT I L J m torII1I J I f to to J I aaLos to Voter Ire set regefred to sign thtlr tmMbnt eke AM ocfoUea wait all drool children TOtlg Voters to haVeItbVoptYif sending la Vllrt UU uUding urjof tle Association or to the from which Additional ballots be obtdedb ttln atra of tbtt pape- raeaIUnc be ride cer4e4 easel registered nprell n octal money orderoriscurrearyatseaderarlk sitcmmttgoYlro Secretar LouUville Kjl Subscribe for The Citizen J as 0 VrtV THE CITIZEN i +IIIIIIHIIIIIIIHII IIIIIIHI111111111111171j Berea and 1 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 1 L LIIIItttttttttttIt11 Sheridan Baker is in town ngniu Snm Lucas was in town Saturday Mrs B IT Yocnm returned Friday from Chicago t Mrs Rachel Galloway was buried last Thursday John and Georgo Hoskins left Tuesday for Hamilton Ohio Howard S Foe and Edwin S Fdo 1werohero for a few days this week j Born Satunlay morning to Mr nnd Mrs T II Horton a baby girl Mr Joe Williams returned last week from a months visit in Illinois Mr H H Hill loft Monday for Crab Orchard Spring for his health The Beron College Farm moroctiiif IS x 30 feet capacity lW tons IAP Settle is putting up a large addition to his store roar the depot Will Flnnory visited friends in Jackson county Saturday and Sun dayMrs i Zerilda KinK and daughter- Nina are visiting in McKoe Jackson county lallor Kirk a student at tho School of Telegraphy in Cincinnati is visiting hero T S Wnddlo and Rollie Davis of Rockford attended court at Rich mond Monday I F Smith of Nolnnd Estill coun ty visited his brother W D Smith Monday and Tuesday Tho family of Wm Mullins are visiting relatives in Kockcnstle county this work t W P Chapman and his mother arrived Friday from Chicago after n years absence for a visit at Mr Craw fordsMisses Jessie Cowgill and Grace Clark spent Sunday on Robes Mountain with Mrs Bowman and tho Clark family Will Blanton and Sidney Combs f attended tho Teachers Association at Long Branch Jackson ftJmeoting Saturday Stephens of Scaffold Cane lied Sunday night The burial oc mired Monday evening from the Scaffold Cane church J Miss Jennio Hill WJQ has boon visiting Mr J M Pennington and sisters of Lancaster returned Sun dayMr Robert Ball Miss Xannio Rogers Mr J M Pennington arid sister were tho guests of Misses Jon nio and Hallie Hill Sunday Mr S C Kelly brought to this oflico samples of freak apples grown in his orchard near West Pinnacle 1 Two three and four apples were v produced on a single stem tlMr R J Bogle formerly of Gray I hawk Jackson county has opened a lino of groceries dry goods and notions at tho Red White and Blue store just west of Bicknell S Earlys Goo W Johnson a student here in 10012 passed through Borea Saturday with OSO sheep on the way from Knoll cojmty to Richmond Mr I Johnson expects to enter school hero again this fall Homer Martin whom many of our oldstu tents will remember graduated from Leland Stanford University last May and is now teaching at Santa Ana Cal His wife who was Miss Lula McCray is there with him Tho Colored Teachers Institute of McLean county was taught last week by Mr F S Black a student here last year and now Principal of the l Calhoun public school Mrs Adelia s B Black hia wife served Secretary of tho Institute t Report of the Berea Public school 1 Enrollment 164 j Lowest any one day 100 f Highest 147 tt Average attendance 123 yThe enrollment is 7 better than the K c corresponding month for last year j W J BLANTON sAnAuburn patty consisting of Prof and Mrs Chez Mr and Mrs Gamble l Mr and Mrs Osborne Mrs Dins moro Mrs Hoag Miss Pearl Baker B fi Carttnell and Howard Ernst SaturdayIt at the Rockhouse i John Chapin class of 1901 sends a newsy letter which shows that his- I activities during the past year aside from teaching have reached out into i r fIghting saloons resurrecting an Ep e t 000 worth League teaching a Oiblo class of 00 etc He hopes to attend Har ward University again the coining yearA letter from J Thompson Baker now superintendent of schools at Temple Texas says that at a recent local option election Bell county went dry by trIO majority This closes over 10 saloons in Temple alono This victory is significant as Bell is out of tho most populous counties in Texas and Temple is a rapidly grow lug city +IIHIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIII College Items HERE AND THERE 1 HIHI+IIH+ +IIiStl133It Prof S C Mason loft Tlmrmla or a two weeks vacation Wm Regloy is teaching on Rock house koslio county His poslollicf in Hydon John Horda student lucre two years ngo is married and now lives at SturgeonGilbert Ctrnnhnn a student lucre two years ago vixilcil friends lucre last Thursday Friends of Miss Lottie Osborn will ho lonsod to know that slue is to le in Boron again this year Word has boon received from liar ley Racer that ho will probably oilier al the beginning of flue full term Amon Brock arrived Monday from Leslie county Ho will enter school at the beginning of the fall term Malcolm Holliday is teaching a school of 71 lIe io also teaching a Sunday Rchool which fins organized Clara L Todson who received her diploma from Beroa in 1002 is now a successful ofltoopathic physician at Elgin 111 Prof W W Weaver wife and two children arrived in Berea last week They will live ill the hmse which Dr Burgess occupied lost year Clayton Townsend is teaching at Greely Ho has organizs dan enthus iastic Sunday school in his district which meets m tho schoolhouse Wallace A Battle a graduate ol Berea College now President of Okolonn industrial College Okolonn Miss was married Sept 9th to Miss Etlie Dean Dixon Cora L Flagg a student at Berea in tire 80s now wife of Rev M E Davis is at Friars Point Miss She sends interesting notes about Mattie L Reed Callio Flood andother former students Rev Thomas L Routt class of 1807 graduated in Theology in 1900 has preached at LaFayotto Ala for two years andsince that time at Brewton Ala Ho reports 31 addi tions to tho church just left Bristol Taylor is teaching n school with an average attendance of 01 at his home at Hemlock Knott county Ho has organized two Sundayschools in his neighborhood ono with an attendance of llii and the other with an attendance of 90 Walter S Bliss graduate from Berea College in tho class of 1H97 is now Principal of Iho graded central ized schools of Greene township Triimbiill county Ohio He hiss four assistants anti forty pupils in the High School depart mont Mrs Bliss urea Jean otto Barnard and Little Marian are of course there also Sinco our last weeks issue we have received tho following names of now students who will enter for the full term Reuben W Prilchard Morris dale Mines Pa Lowell E Welles Arcade N V Wm Morse Corning N V Magdalinn Archer Chicago III Miss C W Dickorson and Mr L W Dickorson of Friars Point Miss Tho Kentucky Intercollegiate Ath letic Association was organized at Lexington Saturday in tho interest of pure college at hlolics strictly free from any lingo of professionalism with State College Georgetown Central University and Bores College aa mom hurts The following officers were elected Pros Prof Arthur Yoagor of Georgetown Vice Pros Prof E P Anderson of State College Socy and Tress Prof A H Throckmorton of Central University Pro M E Marsh and E C Seale were the Berea delegatesr AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY issued by State Committee on- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con tention of the State of Kentucky held In the city of Louisville on tho 2d 3d and 4th days of June 1903 the undersigned were appointed a committee for the purpose of bringing the amend ment to tho constitution of the state which Is to be voted upon at the November election this year to the at tentlon of voters of all parties In tho state and obtain for It the necessary number of votes to secure Its adoption Tire amendment Is purely a nonpar tisan measure vitally affecting the In threats of all citizens of the state no matter what their party atllllatlons or occupations may be or where their Slaves of residence are situated Tho beneficial effects which will tot low tho adoption of the amendment aro so vast that they can hardly be cstimatl The evil that will result if by any chance the amendment should tall of adoption will be disas Itrouso terests of the state The adoption of the amendment will not change in the least the present sys torn of taxation In Kentucky for state and county purposes as It applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manfacturers merchants and financial Institutions In the cities and towns of our stale arc now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those In other status by the provision of our state constitution which requires the same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as Is levied by them on real estate within their boundariesIThis provision er states in which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial Institutions are located so that our people In these lines of busl ness are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states Inlduenew are our state In as large number and Im portance as In other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but in which taxation not nearly burdensome and onerous as In Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after Its adop tion will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we bur row money than we would have to pay If money used In banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purpo ua Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amend mont of the constitution will not bane ficially affect you If you want existing factories In our towns and cities to grow so as to give employment to more men if you want now Industries to be established em ploying still more men If you want more consumers for your farm products and more buyers at your coun ters if you want lower Interest rates when you borrow money If you want to lessen your state and county taxes In a word If you want aa much pros perity throughout the length and breadth of our grand old common wealth as prevails In other states then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for It Every existing factory enlarged and every new factory brought Into Kon tucky through this amendment to our constitution means Lower State and County Taxes for all the property thus brought In will go to swell the assessments for state and county purposes which will enable tho rate to be reduced Let the amendment be adopted by in Overwhelming vote In Its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITU TIONAL AMENDMENTS 8 BiVAOK Chairman Ashland Qio 0 THOHMOM Paducah W 0 NONE Louisville B N LEONARD Eddjrvllle Jos L LINDU llopklnivlll- WiLBUa F Baowoiu Ruislrlll- Wtf A KOSINIOM Loulivlll J M KitoTT Lebanon ALTAR L TKBBT Louisville RICH P EBN T Covlngton HENRY T DUNCAN Ltxlugtua 0 I ticAfter Waoo HEN aT L BIONK LoutirtlU GAMBIT WALL May vlll R a PckRr Winchester W L BROWN London P N 01rta SMNtair Louis CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ct KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to provide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of uu ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad Btreut railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power corn pany Ilolurri In Sloue Slmkesjuiiiv could llnd tongue In trees hooks In the running brooks nor nioiis In Httmes tend good lu every tlilnu but to frills to mention the pus sibility of fimlluK n picture drawn liy nature In n stout In several of the undent ns well ns modern noli1 nt lie Journals we rend of lines und mark IIurIOne of those curiosities now pro served lu the museum of the Vatican U n perfect likeness of ircrowuetl king Mnuy of those representations tire so lifelike unit tiny have IHOII uiUtukou for iiuHlfilllou portrait We rend ac counts of several of these wonders In Ibtrtut Out plainly snows a roan In the attitude of running another U n perfect figure of till good St Jerome lint the most remarkable of all Is an agate containing n reprciieiitatlou of Apollo stirrouiidiHl by the nine muses A lcr lnn Slurs There Is u story In 1ersliiii literature of n certain pkat who come before a great man and praised him very or iiiitilv Tot rich man was Very pleased cud sold Heady mousy have out nevertheless there Is In my granaries very much com If you come tumor SlOdIrow presented himself to his patron TIll rich man asked him Why have you roiiieT He snld Yesterday you promised to give me corn For tliln reason am I cones Tire rich man said A most wondorful fool thou art What you mild to me gave me pleasure What have said to you e unlly pleased you Why then should I give you coruV The poet was covered with shame and departed Klnir Jroar I ml Strnvr The stodgy fimil boy at tin lust ta lilt In till public library reading room Is having a struggle must serious Ho has covered both shies of n foolwnp Bhoet with n vague HIIIU IK over which he still labors Ills twisted mouth fol lows the motion of his crvuklng ioeucii lttfor him Jreonon Shorter History of the KiiKllMh IiH ilo lies upon at the year UWS Of nil the two pages only so iiiucli U Uocliiheniblo Tin Al dlcii sloe of Jams II The iiiKlIsh people had born n gralo deal from Jumes = lId but when nt Inst he gave birth to a sou they wild thU tlilnj must end Adele Marie Shaw In Worlds Wor- kDangrrlea5tuuklag Natives of Central America are Inveterate users of pimento tobacco which they make from dried pimento berries or allspice It Invariably gives the smoker n sun throat and often cuusin cancer of the tongue The ua lives of South Africa lire nffecte In a peculiar nmiiiier by till smoke from the dried loaves of the camphor plant The smoker trembles with fright at nothing weep bitterly and uses nil sorts of words which do not In the least express Iris moaning The wild dtigga another South African plant polftouB slowly those who use It A Martyr o Elli pp In the antebellum days a charming Virginia hostess rather than dUturb her company sat still through the long dinner In silent torture A hornet gut caught uuder her cape and traveled about searching for an outlet stinging as It went When coffee wusscrvod III the drawing room she had to retire Fever came on and she was really ill but the force of etiquette and hospi tality combined had mado It on occa sloe to die at ones post Good House keeping Natures Kladaess Theres wan lucky thing about work said Mr Dolan Whats that Inquired Mr liaffur ty Tire fact that Its n gred deal easier to Pave off than It wor to begin If It wornt fur that beautiful provision in nature wed all be dead ivld Indus tbry Washlneion Star JValhlBK Dangerous About It A gentleman complained to his coach man of the grooms scarcity of attend alive at church He thought they might go at least once In a day Yes sir replied tire coachman thats what I tell em I say Iook at inc I go twice every Sunday and what harm does It do acStray Stories The Parrot Noi A small child having been pecked on the finger while trying to stroke a par rot exclaimed Oh dear oh dear I thought It was going to be a nose and Its a tooth All the Eueulials Was sire happily married Very Why her trousseau alone cost over tJOOOJudge o Fd +o Io +o +o +o 10303 o +o + o+o +o+odo +o +o +o +o +o b0 +o +o +o +o + 0+ a + I EVERYBODY iI+ o a- f WEARSio o tftaso why not wear good show whorl wo sell you of GOOD UPTODATE SHOES a a ++ 0 tt+ it if you buy from us 1 o Anything and everything you want in mens furnishings nod 3 1cftn plnasn your in style suit prim o 1 Cull in and look over our various lions so your can bo convinced 1 Yours for buiuneiiM ua 1 + I Crutches Tribble J 0a 1 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 o 010 +010100101010010010101010010101010 +0 +000 +0 rDR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO All OIfAUI of the kidney liltJJur anti urinary organs Also hart discus rhumallam lackscbe gravel dropsy tamale CureDont become dticouraccd There It a cure for you It CnOurrlltlllr Iruuar lietaasap nailfrlllureutlllglnrturlaoaMaayont Alt ciintutlatlou arv FatE I Lave dawn a tutlcrrr from rboumatltm for 10 year and have often been ronfinoj to the douse and sometimes to my bid for several days Commnrl taking Dr rVnnvr KUftty and Backache Cure when Wit tuffcrln InttMlr It alTurd d rrlif at one I sow flu well I ever have In mr lift ADA IILACKWKLU Kanu City Mo I differed from kUnoy anti bladder trouble until life was not worth Mag I organ minx Dr renncr Kidney and Hackarbe Cure and In a short lima noticed a great Improvement wuoon porminrntlr cored HOWARD MITxlIKU Iall tT too sod It Ask for Dr lVuurr Almanac or IooU IkwkKHKS Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALDA- nd enter the groat J10000 GLESSINQ CONTEST For partictilan son ndvctrti cmont on nerond page USE THESE BLANKS D and S DatcrName StreetoPostoffice State Enclosed find to apply on subscription to ThetLouisville Herald I estimate that the winner ef the racethe next Governorwill receive a total vote of I H1I t 0Q r e THIS BLANK II GOOD FOR THRRK MTIMATE8 t- dt n A Knight of the Highw- ayz I to za IN LAST WEEKS eta r NUMBER OPw at t The Citizen A Ct t r rj j w Interesting from start to ot y finish Opening chapters k sent free on application uY t f t t t r THE CITIZEN I ThIHome H II JBHNIU LESTER HILL Editor HWHIHHMHHHIIH Why in thoro BO much siokuons in hytho prevented Uwo worn nUll our t nnrontnrH nth hnd loon wino enough to ohoy the laws of nature I belivo that fresh nir anti fliinslilno arc just on nocoasnry for human as for plant life Mushrooms will grow in n collar hilt dont ta n mushroom whnn you can just as woll ho a rose figuratively speaking Yet how many cloned windows nnd doors wo sole especially at night Vo spend about ono thmnl of our lives iu led how neciwmry thou to have purr air to breathe nnd how ofinn it in neglected Somo say they nro afraid of taking raid Impure air lea fruitful nourco of do not ho afraid to lot tho sunshine outer uvoty room in tho house thoro is no taller disinfectant on earth Better see fads cnrpotn than falls chocks Much III health in caused by overeating eating too feat and outing improper or poorly cooked food or by nu ill balanced ration 801110 are ignorant in thin repectnnd othnra lot their upjwtilo ruin them havo hoard people lIay1I1 will Imvo what I want to oat if it kills me If wo would use moro Milt mita corealn and vegetables instead of no much moat and kuickknnckti wo would bo tatter off Lot eggehcxwo and nuts tiilco the placo of meat at least twico n day Ivory hoimowifo should IKJ provided with a goal Ntntw berry lardnod other fruit if possible and a good early vegetable garden She linn nearly eleven hundred meals to plan and prepare every year and it should bo her right to demand good fruit and vegetntilo garden without which her nvtourcon urn limited in deed Vet how open is tho garden neglected and how row have straw tarried Tho drinking of strong ton and cofftMi In believed to ta injurious and often forbidden by doctors while tak ing their medicine I know of land lion whero wen tho little children of four or lire yearn of ago are allowed or taught I should nay to hnvo their cup of ten and coffee What can ta tho object It Rooms no foolish to nay nothing of tint expense If tho habit la not formed In childhood there will ta no craving for it iu afterlife at penal such In my experience I like tea but I do not talievol drink ton cupfuls in a whole year an I think it uo benefit Do not allow habitsYthey are old enough to know itho nature of tea and coffee Milk In IIK much tatter for them and n food an well an a drink Buttermilk and ilomonadn are healthful driukn but it tin tatter not to think at all while eat ing but thoroughly mnsticato tho food and moisten it with saliva the iflrst process of tliKOlitlolIIII A I Tribune Farmer lHHHHHHHJHHHWHJ 1The School I JOHN WIKT DINSMORB Editor H+HIH+IIHIHHHtJI SLOYD Tho old Swedish adjective Slog moaning skilful was frequently used in tho writings of tho fourteenth century In its application to works of art architecture and embroidery it always embodied the idea of plan ning anti executing anti from it we derive tho English word Sloyd which has no equivalent in any other lan guagft In attempting to give a def iuilioii of Sloyd which is both con else find explicit I can do no bettor than to quote from the tablet which hangs on the walls of the Sloyd Train ing school iu Boston Sloyd is tool work so arranged aud employed as to stimulate and promote vigorous intelligent self activity for a purpose which tho worker recognizes as good Tho progress of this peculiar sys tem of educational toolwork tae boon moro or less hindered on account of accumulated misapprehensions con corning it The real meaning of Sloyd snot to bafound in its outward expression tho articles madenorI- n the exorcises and tools which It om ploys but it is rather to be found in the aim of the work and the princi pine by which it is governed At an exhibition of models however perfect they may bo you cannot judge as to whether tho work has boon real Sloyd or not until you know the motive which prompted the activity tho kind andorder of stops taken and tho thought which attended tho work e What isaccompliehodshould not bo commended unless wo know why it was arcomplished and how Sloyd Is based upon the needs and demands living growing impressionable 10f beings nnd not upon mere or exordium or models MADISON Con- nsfHtHIHtHIHHHHHWt The Farm i SILAS CHEBVBR MASON Editor rrlIIIHrrIrHIIIIIIIHI MANURIAL CROPS IN THE SOUTH Good Crops for Hay- I prefer to use tath crimson clover nnd cow leas an stock rood and do not practice groen manuring for it in a81hcaythose which can ta raised if tlto crop of such plants in plowed onllruI If it Ntiiled my rotation August or early in September I would plow tho ground and need to wheat and crimson clover If tho ground was very rich ono half bushel of wheat anti 20 pounds of crimson clover seal would mako a very heavy burden Thin I would cut either for hay or Hilngo in May of tho following year and thereafter I would plant a 00 day variety of corn with tho cow peas needed iu the corn rows to use tho cornstalkn an bean poles ThicrOll I would put into silo in September in time to seed the ground iu Winter grain A I NIUIC Delaware Exp Station In thin country wo obtain very good results from crimson clover and cow peas Clover in entirely used for hay anti fertilizing our peach orchards Put in not later than August 15 sow gallon to ncro and turn under next Spring just before heading Cow POOH wo uso principally for wheat land Sow about last of Juno 1j bushel to acre amid plow under Sept ember 10 to IK Never use fertilizers with thorn Very good crops of corn have boon mined by planting on land whore crimson clover waa turned holding moisture J J Ross Delaware In Traitnr Ctnuiitif rln1ii CoUrt ChoUrit mill Klnrrliofn Kriimlr Allow mo to give you n few words in prama of Chamberlains Collie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy oars Mr John Hamlelt of Eagle Pass TOX Hul suffered ono week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without getting any relief when my friend Mr C John Ron a merchant hero advised mo to take this remedy After taking one done I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken tho third dose wan entire ly cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting thin groat remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by S E Wolch Jr A Brae lino of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at the RACKET Sronc Miiu St Richmond The Ouule vii Uountcrftilli Tho genuine is always hotter than a countorfeit but tho truth of this statement is never more forcibly real ized or moro thoroughly appreciated titan when you compare the genuine DoWitls Witch Hazel Salvo with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W S Lodbotter of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitls Witch Hazel Salve cured mo For blind blooding itching and protrud lug piles no remedy is equal to DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Sold at East End Drug Co Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready tosorvo wheat anti barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates 31 Yearn A Djripeptlo R H Foster 318 2d St Salt Lake City wrilosuI havo Loon bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently I got a bottle of Her blue Oae bottle cured me I am now tapering off on tho second I havo recommended it to my friends it is curing thorn too CO cents at East End Drug Co THE COMMONWEALTH =ATTORNEY GENERALS RULING It li a Big Saving For the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Frankfort Ky Sept 9Attorney General Pratt gave out a written spin ion Tuesday which has been followed by tho state board of valuation In fix ing the franchise tax of the Illinois Central railroad The latter road operates under a long lease the Chicago St Louis Now Orleans road In Kentucky and claimed that In fixing the franchise ralue tho amount of tangible property 9f the leased road should bo deducted from the total franchise value of the Illinois Central In Kentucky The board of valuation was In doubt about It and referred the question to Sen Pratt who decides the amount night to bo deducted This saves the Illinois Central several thousand dot tars SUING FOR SALARIES City Officials of Georgetown Want Their Back Pay Georgetown Ky Sept 9A W Bradley city treasurer I L llrlstow Polite judge Otis Aahurat chief of police J C Lemon city clerk and Walter Glees assessor have flied suit against Georgetown for 1C months salary each As a result of the Novem her 1001 election the municipal of flees wero contested The election commissioners decided the democratic officers were elected and they took the omens January 1902 and held them until tho latter part of April 1903 when tho court of appeals de rided the republicans were entitled to the offices At that time the republic ins took possession and now sue for ill salary paid to the democrats WOULD FINE JUROR KING Affidavit Flied Accusing Him of Elec tioneering With the Jury Cynthlana Ky Sept DAt the opening of tho Harrison circuit court Tuesday morning County Attorney J Stanley Webster filed an affidavit ask Ing that Jasper King be required to show cause why ho should not be fined for contempt In violating the Instruc lions of the court In electioneering with other jurors In tho Jett trial last order was made returnable Fri day and King said later he would bo ready to answer Killed Child During Nightmare Hock port Ky Sept DA months old baby of Mary Porter a Negro girl was found dead In bed Tuesday morn Ing Tho girl says that during a night mare site thought that someone was trying to steal tho child and that sho was trying to hide It when It was crushed to death Death Caused By a Fall Franklin Ky Sept 9Mrs Robert Oregory fell from a ladder at the stock barn of her husband At first she thought tho Injuries sho received from the fall were only alight It develop ed that she was Injured Internally and after a few days of Intense suf boring sho died Coal Mine Disaster at Madlsonvllle Mndlsonvlllo Ky Sept 9Rivers Stronnell colored was killed and Will Hnlston and Chas Hampton also colored were fatally Injured In a coal mine disaster In this city Tuesday A coal car was derailed knocking a drop down and letting the roof down upon them Negro Disrobed In the Street Lebanon Ky Sept 9A Negro who gave his name as Sam Hancock on Water street Tuesday morning dls robed nail started tip the street walk Ing as Indifferently as If attired In tho latest garments Omcer Thompson look him In charge A Raid on Blind Tiger Lancaster Ky Sept 9The city council has made a recent raid on tho blind tiger haunts of Battle How and seized a number of cases of beer end olfier Intoxicants The Illicit dealers were arraigned before tho police judge Tuesday Young Seddens Body Arrives Newport Ky Sept DTho remains of Marshall A Seddens tho Newport boy who was drowned In Now York a few days ago arrived here Tuesday Iud were taken In charge by Funeral Directors Harblck Hose of Coving ton WellKnown Physician Dead Mlddleburg Ky Sept 9Dr David feeler one of the oldest and best known physicians In South Central Kentucky died at Powers this county of neuralgia of the heart Inter nent was at Dradfordsvlllc Classified as Wild Animals Louisville Ky Sept 9Wild anl mala was tho classification under which a bushel of snails consigned front Italy to a Louisville fruit dealer were admitted to duty Tuesday They Ito Intended for table use Blood Poisoning From a Scratch Middloburg Ky Sept 9MrsV- hltt Roso of Horse Lick scratched ier foot on a briar producing blood poisoning and Is In a precarious con lltlon An operation has just been performed to save her life Vincent Borelng Is Better London Ky Sept 9 Congressman Vincent Dorelng who Is of pneu nonla Is slightly bettor and It Is thought tho chances for his recovery vlll bo good unless typhoid fever sets D t A HEROIC BOY Saved Lives of His Mother His Sic ter and His Grandmother Hnrrodsburg Ky Sept 8ArUlur- White 12 proved himself a hero by saving tho lives of his mother his 3 year old sister and grandmother in Clifton Ferry on Kentucky river The lad had ferried them across tho river and after navigating the boat whichIArthur plunged in the wa tor and first rescued his little sister Ho next saved his mother On enter lag the water the third time his grand hotIcaught her and brought her to Tho horse was drowned ITHE METHODIST CHURCH Conference Which Was In Session For Over a Week Adjourned Cynthlana Ky Sept The con ferenco of the Methodist church which line been In session here for over a week adjourned Monday at 1230 oclock About delegates were In upItsappointments and deciding to meet next year on tho first Monday In Sep tember at Lexington The following presiding elders were appointed Frankfort district W T Rowland Maysvllle district J R Deering Janvllle district J W Slmp son Shelbyvllle district D W Robertson Lexington district E 0 Mann Covlngton district J S Simms FOUGHT AT A CAMP MEETING Tuee Men Were Killed and Several Wounded at Mt Victory Somerset Ky Sept SThree men were killed and several wounded Mon day In a battle with Winchesters at a camp meeting at Mt Victory 12 miles east of Somerset Services were In progress when William Ilolton a con stable attempted to arrest two men named Richmond A fight followed In which Ilolton though wounded killed both the Rlchmonds and was himself killed by Columbus Garrison Several persons were wounded by stray shotsI Badly Bitten By a Dog Owingsvllle Ky Sept 8While walkZingphobia and badly bitten Sho was ta ken to Olympia where a madstone ad tiered to the wound for several hours The dog hit several head of stock boo fore being killed Labor Day In Lexington Lexington Ky Sept 8labor day was celebrated by speechmaking ath letic contests and a picnic given by typographical union Col Morris B Bclknap spoke Richard Yates an asylum attendant was overcome by heat In the parade and fell from a float to the brick street cracking his skull Ho will die- Labor Day In Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 81Iany In structive floats aided In making up the largest labor day parade ever seen here In addition thereto tho various organizations gave a combined carnl val for the purpose of securing funds to erect a labor temple Will Rebuild the Foundry Owensboro Ky Sept 8The big flro which destroyed tho plant of the Southern Foundry Co Saturday morn Ing has not discouraged the stockhold ers In the slightest Work was begun Monday on tho reconstruction of a new plantBullet Breaks a Boys Leg Mt Sterling Ky Sept 8Ross King 1C years old was shot and seri ously Injured by a man named Dun away King will lose his left leg and death may result Ills leg Is broken to places Dunaway escaped to Mcncfco county The Clay Will Case Postponed Richmond Ky Sept BTho Clay will case was postponed Monday at a conference of James Andrew Scott and J A Sullivan attorneys representing Dora Drock and the Clay heirs The hearing has been set for September 29 Vincent Borelng Critically IIh London Ky Sept 8 Congressman Vincent Borelng Is critically ill with pneumonia lie was brought front I4v Ingston on a special train Sunday night and Is now at tho home of his daughter In this city- Alexander Appointed Ix ulsvllle Ky Sept 8Ocorgo II Alexander an attorney of this city and for two terms a state senator has been appointed revenue agent for tho state at large by State Auditor Gus G Coulter C W Merritt Nominated Russcllvllle Ky Sept crats of Logan county In Monday nominated C W conventionI county attorney to fill caused by the resignation of E R and Killed By a Negro Woman Paducah Ky Sept 8Mary Thomas colored shot and killed Lee Craw ford In a quarrel She claims he first fired two shots at her She was lodg ed In the county jail Newport Ky Sept 8Iouls Wit tomlller 70 pioneer resident died suddenly at his home Tenth and York streets Monday morning The first application of Xrays to Industry Is In tanning leather THE WORLD AT LARGE Interesting News Collected and Con dented In a Small Space Propony to the value of 1200000 was destroyed In Plttsburg by fire Eight thousand men employed on the riverfront at Now Orleans hrvu been locked out by the steamship the president will appoint to important places In the consular service those who have served In a minor position In the service Two men attempted to assassinate Mayor Charles R McMasters of Tua cola III as ho was entering his barn to put up his horse after a drive John Miller a German was arrested at his homo In Syracuse NY and Is charged with having threatened to hisIMary OBrien Grace Burns and Ma Industrial11Ichoolfor orphans were drowned In n pond in Stagnes cemetery- Charles nrunnfng 42 years old com mltted suicide by jumping In front of a heavily loaded Third avenue elevated train at 09th street New York lrtinnlng was literally cut to pieces Curtis Jett was taken from the Lox ington jail at Cynthlana Ky where he will be tried for the assassination of Marshal Cockrill at Jackson Ky Slate troops will not guard the pris oner during the trial Commander Robert E Peary U S N the wellknown Arctic explorer will make another dash for the North Pole Leave of absence for three years has been granted him with tho permission of the president Four men were Injured seriously during tho running of a five mile motor cycle handicap at Manhattan Beach New York They fell over tho- track embankment opposite the grand paceIIt reglIskirmish match open to the teams of six men each at Sea Girt N J Tho- winning score was 351 out of a pos sible 500- Following the direct charge that assessIIsumed In salaries the Chicago Feder alien of Labor abolished Its defense fund committee The slto on which the Chinese gov ernment will erect a reproduction of tho palace at the St Louis Worlds fair of Prince Pu Lun as Its national pavilion was dedicated with speeches the unfurling of flags and tho drink ing of toasts from a loving cup The first Instance of the govern ments refusal to admit to this country adulterated wines under the pure food act took place when the entry was re fused of a shipment of white wine from Bordeaux France Upon analy sis this wino was found to contain salicylic acid The administrator of British New Guinea reports the discovery of an ex traordinary tribe of marshland dwel lers In the Island of Papua Owing to tho swampy ground and tangled trop ical undergrowth walking and canoes Ing are almost Impossible Tho native dwellings are built In trees With five people sitting in tho store room and the street flooded with elec trim light two robbers terrorized tho proprietors anti clocks of Daniels pawnshop Columbus 0 and stolo 12000 worth of diamonds After a running fight with the police one of the diamond thieves dropixjil dead from heard disease and the other made good his escape with the plunder MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 7 CATTLE Common 2 50 0 385 Heavy steers 6 10 0 6 CALVES Extra 0 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 25 tf 30 Mixed packers 00 0 20 SHEEPExtra 3 1C 0 3 25 LAMIIS Extra 65 0 5 75 FLOUR Spring pat 4 60 0 4 90 WHEAT No 2 red 0 87 No3 winter 0 81 CORNNo2 mixed 0 6- 3OATSNo2 mixed 0 3- 7RYENo2 61 1 6- 2NAYNow timothy 12 75 PORK Clear family 011 95 LARD Steam 0 7 75 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 12 Choice creamery 0 21 4APPLES Fancy 2 25 0 2 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1 85 0 2 00 TOBACCO New 3 60 W 9 00 Old 6 60 13 00 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 0 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 80ttj0 82 4 No3 spring 80 0 81 liOATSRyENo2 65j PORK Mess 12 B12 65 1JVRD Steam 875 0 8 77Ji NeW York FLOUR Win strts 3 65 0 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 86J CORNNo2 mixed 0 4934 OATSNo2 mixed 38yy RYE Western 0 C2 PORK Family 1760 017 75 LARD Steam 8 0 9 00 Baltimore 82Ii CATTLEStcers 6 00 5 25 HOGS Western 0 6 85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 83 84 CORN No 2 mixed 630 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 35 PORKMess 013 60 LARD Steam BOO Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 0 81 CORN No 2 mixed 0 60J4 OATSNo 2 mixed 334 i THE CUP DEFENDER WON Final Race In the International Series of Yacht Contests Now York Sept 4 Rellance tho American cup defender Thursday won the third and final race and the series for that famous sea trophy the Amer ican cup In a dense fog which pro vented vision beyond 200 yards she finished the race at 53002 threo miles ahead of the Shamrock amid the acclamation of tho assembled fleet Shamrock III after running for moro than an hour into the fog missed the finish line passed by It and then returned to It from the opposite di reckon As the Reliance was then ynchtcJIspreaders In celebration of her victory the Shamrock III did not cross the flnlsn line As often said of the historic raco when the America won the cup there was no second This successful result was achieved only after four futile attempts to sail off the final race and alter the outcome had been admitted by even Sir Thomas Lipton to be a foregone conclusion Thursdays was tho eighth attempt to sail a race After one fluke Reliance won the two following races one by seven minutes and three seconds and tho other by ono minute and nineteen seconds KENTUCKY FEUD DISTRICT Deputation of Plttsburg Salvationists Leave For Breathitt County Plttsburg Pa Sept 7A deputa lion of Pltt burg Salvationists under the leadership of Staff Capt White will leave Wednesday for the feud Us trlct of Kentucky and undertake the work of reforming the feudists Tho objective point will be BreathJU coun ty The party will be made up out side of a few of the officers In tho work In this city of members of the local army who volunteer to give their time to the work and It Is likely by the time tho party is ready to start this week there will be Quito n for mldablc array of local workers In the partyTho reception which the members of tho army will receive In the counties to be Invaded is a matter of grave doubt to many Interested In army work but thoso who are going seem to have no fear of the manner In which they will be treated THE NEXT REUNION Society of the Army of the Cumber land Meets October 14 to 16 Washington Sept 5Gen II V Boynton has Issued a circular to mem bers of tho Society of the Army of the Cumberland informing them that tho next reunion of the society will be held In Washington on October 14 to 16 and that the society will partici pate In the dedication of the statue of Gen W T Sherman on October 15 The dedication of the Sherman statue will be the first reunion of the great army societies since tho war KING PETER OF 8ERVIA An Unconfirmed Report of An Attempt on His Life Vienna Sept 7Speclal dispatches give an unconfirmed report of an at tempt on King Peters life at Nish on Saturday It is said that stones were thrown at the royal carriage ono striking the king In the face and a pistol was fired from a neighboring window It is also rumored that tho Sixth Servian regiment notorlus for tho part It played In the recent rcgl citIes has been ordered to Nish ON A HALF MILE TRACK Dan Patch Broke the Worlds Pacing Record at Lima O Lima 0 Sept BDan Patch broke tho worlds pacing record of 204 on a half mile track on the Lima Driving park grounds Monday afternoon In the presence of 10000 people Better time would havo been made but Mc Henry had to hold him up on the last turn on account of his nearly breaking Time Quarter 31 half 101 throe quarters 132 mile 204 Largest Cabin Passenger List Bremen Sept 8Tho North tier man Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II which is to sail from Bremen Tuesday from Southampton and Cherbourg Wednesday for New York will take 620 firstclass and 320 secondclass passengers said to bo the largest number of cabin passengers ever taken by any Atlantic liner Opposes the Zionist Colony London Sept 8Slr Charles Eliot tho high commissioner for East Africa is said to have reported strongly against the British government project of a Zionist colony In the East African protectorate Diminution In Eruption of Vesuvius Rome Sept SThere has been such a notable diminution In the eruption of Vesuvius that the electric railroad from Naples to connect with the old funicular tramway will be opened in a few days A New Mile Motor Cycle Record Boston Sept BAlbert Champion established a now mile motor cycle record at Charles River park Monday night Ho rode against his previous record of 66 seconds and made tho mile In 55 25 seconds Boers Locate In Texas Fort Worth Tex Sept 4Several Doer families havo arrived In Texas and wlllIocato on small farms in liar rls county The party is In charge of K Q Joubert a brother of the general THE GITIiZEN r DEREA s iJAMESMj RACER KENTUC JbrrPII 0sToatnrnedthe story of your eye And world otUctit eawthe reEalmorn arise On dim fdr heights of Psrsms1 And take fnm flaming seaaandk1e- Ak tacnuntntal rtte TeN turned thi i1ol70i your eyi And 1dta world of ray now though other mornlnsslrU Dask haunted my lallyakle And lontly Is the path that lies Ifcror my1 Lonely tight utwhen nlghfs jrgiona hold the skies In rapt attentive light Then In the land of dreams grown wise J tee through your remembered eyes Gods morning sweet and stainless rlas On Hfos forgotten nl ht Edgar Dewey In Chambers Journal 1ti A KNIGHTOF- THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD AadbeedA lien tl Tkt So II Tel tie I Ccryrithl CuAllClIATTEn II fcoxTrxufcb k t f Jor an hour or more the new stablemnn continued his labors when the hostler announced that It waS time for grub After h good wash fct the barn Tramp llosslter followed btreIof cbokltig It urns plain meal thnt the two men sat down to but it was exceedingly palatable Neither spoke while eating did the maid who attended to their Grants evidently considered herself decided I Jy above them for she did not deign to address them with BO much ar a single word When they hdQ finished they went out together Say said the hostler as they halted In the center of the stable k ard howd you like my jobfer tk 1couple o Weeks I Want td go hop fIplekln some of going inyself Ilosslter 1 IOh you do eh wen if you dont gpl e glad 1hnve tidytt jobryrth7Cf i a When would you want to know J JtlAnytlnltt lajiuddo Ill drop around to night and fell yeti if Ill come If you dont sec me hjjAlrij youll have to find another lint llofesUer oiight the streetiIfcr luck lie eJaciiTatedi1 Jtay be thingo lire going to take ntnrn dt Jastf He1 trnlghtenedhiihscf rind 9something of the reckless sullenness ilefthis faces must find a quiet spot and think 1t out he mused lie crofedthe raiiwtidtiueWand truck into a narrow street which herecalkt1 formerly Tdd id tliti liaie ball grounds nnU thtJbrdad mead owe bordering the river It was a equaUdi neighborhood in the olddriys he remDmberbdanditdd noV Vip iat J to have changed materially during J the years thht had elapsed sinete he Jiad last viewed itj KnggW children were rolling in the dirt by the roadside slatternly women even at that Lour nine oclock had not yet struck were gossiping front window to window and two or three men as unkempt ait Uoislter himself were 6qulrtln toCacco Juice q Buttwob6rir5Iapidat sidewalk men and men exctlblmfurtlelr88- be iWentby1 rind ont of flung n eoawe jibe nftcr him He rend an open field where the fenced tasebailgroundk had been and beyond this naln Ijie past stretched 3leelrilelttlovIiveeplng away beyond the river to the base or i1 hazewrapt hllls Quarter of a mile distant lie noticed n gr tip bf elms upon the bank of the strehm and t towards these hedlrected his steps tVhenhe reached them hb Clint liim self upon the sward in the shade and set his back one of the massive boles nclfiridilih was tlid ttearutritliheathim was the languid riVer low from drought lazing between its Irregular nnd freshetwnshcd bhnks nr overhead in the lofty bbdghs was the faint twitter Of hirdtfbHg Thin Has what nosslter loved The city meant nothing to him but I miserable fniliire but th freerof the countrjr carrierith acer tain peace of anti for tile rnos fulness lhringsithemented ails every fiber that 1erir lr rrlonged for the existence he hud once- known lic sea FariBtl wi- tlihnaeliie h admitted at it was an Irrej blot t t nhh nanliopd that lie lid nbt Strive to rise frpm the doughi into WJiicii his QVn weak ness Had drnged ImMrre n tervniswheh of reentering the struggle came Io him there wan ftlW o yeakflqgs tp coinbaty xealrntipn tilat not twice but jip infl plaic4 fuse npd JOOKI Ithe his diaugcs iu tbq vqrdi and so Ihere nIltznfiJnlerentlylad Ii tnss1 wonpi QIIPr tP Itwlaid at his door If he hind assumed otxtlfe tinchiHh1 ituJnHers LawlnamUlarlked lilmsulf Wlfh tile low language of UieineuwitHAVkhm t he frecjaeutlyiflssoclated1 these wire vrlmatl6iriJJt1l1p Tf hIch Uooa uus- t IfIlJ lu 1lIuI lteduut e ratIon demanded would be sloughed Wekk1ttiptirljeya ie bad been when fortune was hia- bxckor an Ja a jnenqa tmtttiosi who cnrnc nnyhV1nglikq Inti- Mate contact with but no tier The lack of a mOt IIjaS love trail guidance anti a luifi nken gcnqr bsity and a subsequent obtuse iq Bfstericc on tiq lmrt of his ialer hccounted for much in the wreck whichinsa keen arti tld sense etidpwqd wlI pdnsiderable Veal literary talent has likings had always Jeep mode light pf at home and when came to the choice of a career he1ihd that forced upon him for which hel had n posllivi jllstatiteIhen his fatter dledcricorillrder able amount ot money fell to him false friends flattered and cajoled bed very soon he was penniless Jima elder brother helped hIm to a posl Ion but though he did his bests hli apparent iudiiTerenca brought about Jits dismissal Ills sisters husbnnd note tried to igive hint n lift but the recipient soon discovered that he was a hindrance rather than an old and so piae nlglit returning from his work d scquraged and embittered and beJut reprqacheqV hy hit slater for ills general uselcssnefs fte went 10 his room put a few trap together stung them upon a stout cane over his slioulder and walked put into the darkness from that hour a vagabond winderlng vijlflier fancy led now qt this or taint now begging suJterJng spipctirae butn9t without a certain enjoyment In life Tastly happier hehad bqen When he felt himself dependent op and reproach to those Who here hIs nearestof kin Such was the story of this neerdowellastory 0f weakness of of s nesabut not one of crime or of din honor Haring settled himself to ids antis faction under thcr lofty elm libs alter opened the bundle he had cast by his slde dilapidated change of underwear a pair of socks n teat and nn outing shirt nnd extracted a briarwood pipe of1 cheap make and a small piece of smoking plug From the tbbaccd he cUt with miserly care enough to fill half the pipe bowl and having lighted It leaned back within sigh of comfort It wail tho first indulgence of the kind he had allowed himself for several days and the fact that he was permitting himself to enjoy so epicurean a pleas ore at this morning hour indicated that something of unusual moment was occupying his mind After having blown to his Intense Bfi lRfatcjon two or threei fragrant clouds into the warm September air he tpok from Jils pocket a square pnyelope from which he drew a letter This lie spread put before him upon one knee Jt read in this wise yourformertigiln been seen In near Kalamantl and I am ending this enclosed trianotq to him In the hope of reaching you for the sake of our aeaI father and mother for your sake and for the take of us all I want lIb to come back for another trial Will you noU On the let of October the Evening Sar pOHio loto the hahdg of an acquaintance of mine George Arne r making some weeping chank s In the taff Hecnlllng some sketches and tMta you once wrote which received much pleas ant comment the leanlhs you formerly had towards literature which father very unfortunately and Injudl clbutly I now IxUeye Joslelf ntly die cournsed I spoke of yoii to Mr Agnew who has very generously offered to gtve you a chance on the paper October ja I raid above Is the state when the change In management takes and It by good fortune yoU receive this letter I beg that you will not hlldw this ptrhapfl last opportunity to retrieve yourself to jllp from you I hope th you will believe me still your dffectfqh ateo brother ARCHinALD nOSSITEn Its mighty good of Archie commented the wanderer a blamed sight too good 1 dont deserve it Id probably 7ntakt al rae K foMt just as I have of everything else but this ahd he glanced down at his worn and dusty chocs and nt Lila jarp1Andused to Id like aridhelfl I alit mere thnn halfway tJiereIWhen Iptl r8 misisire Jtad been Jinaded to Ijimi tWo weeks pr vloushe hind been upon tIm point of turning south Instead he1 set his face eastward not with a deflnii4 idea of fallingin withtiylintliii brpthcr pr posed but jvitlt ha posulbpi y in view rl tiny Ing had the past vividly brpughti before him by his unfpreseon Jnrry experiencedemotlolte Idnged1 almost totally to1 k dlftbrcnt envirbnnient hei was more stViagty moved than ever thus to challenge fate i But the old Weakness the hea- ltandythe dislike of responsibility fostered hIs roving life was not to be uadojiytedileeire whi h wasgrlltJuay strengthening rise the consciousness pf former fJ1cfnatqncQrnetp hue for hint Ifalf on hour ed away an and Jt won nxldiiioriilng The heat increased drowsyVaguelytwo figures cross his pngle of vision nnd follow the river bank to a point not many rush from where ho was lying lie saw these persons begin1 lu dh stthcmselsof their dollies poniitientOJ to himself that they were going for a swim rind J here his tKOtcey aroused curiosity ceaietlJ He clewed his eyes amid presently lotl consclKiRness Twenty mlnute hindi sefl when a scream rent th lilt aGhnrji boyish cry ot Jrror1- JAt the second 6utcry7li1otder and i4iHtale r1f1 M b Jillil lB1 up A nake4 formwiSJcaphjff wildly abut upon tho river bunk with one tel fle lHhrlckaflter another To ItoRsHtrs earti the shouts nov resolved themselves Ilcplthe d roan was on his feet in annstalt In suedan emergency as tills his habitual imlecisloa did ubt show itself tilt went Ills crp- coat and shoes and away he sprang ovtrth sward towards tu dlr tritught figure Ire was natural fleet of foot and his muscles were hard from hundreds of leagues of Vamping The youthfpr felt Itossl er Raw the shouter to he gray afore fraUe ivprpocblngand then in the direction from which Assistance was coming Oh quick be qulckl he cried but now his voice seemed to fall him and lie did little moro than litter a series of incoherent sounds Once within ivlewof thertver lids alter was not slow to grasp time sit nation In midstream was n bather who by a spasmodic notion of one OSSITEK WASNOT QLQV TO GHASr TILE 81TUATJON keephlaswnlldwlng great gulps of wntcr with every indveinent and Was unques tionably bn the verge of sinking Stick to Itt yelled Iosltcf with out slackening kneed Til be with you in u minute upontimesod and a second carried Mm waist deep into the river Then he struck out With vigorous stroke He aIr swtlnmmigrcnutiously hint he must not allow hlmslf to be taught In his drowning grip When armliefrantic el ort to seize hold upon him but lioBslter1 was watchful nail easily eluded lily grasp It wax like the last flicker ofu lyIng home With a gimsjt and 1 gurgle this nittim ave over the struggle lure Wits Itossiters op porttinlty and he was alert to Im prove it As the kinking buthcr mead was difappoarlng he gave n powerful forward plunge Out Went his hand and hllltrRPgJ iugFrawere fastened ill n uor qf soaking hair There Was but a spark of conacioiis sees left in the b01If the man whenBossiter J rted his hpfid alcove later Its was wcllnlgU n tend weightandhia rescuer had no diffi culty in liini about and ripping him beneath the armpits In wise ho pushed hlu anhrc He begartfo revive n I1ttle shal row water vas readied apd was able with HossHerif rrlericlrc1lpg his VynI4t to drag up to the grasr nl the bank where he sank in a lmh heap 1reRently he began to urdU violently whereat the boy who tad been standing by mouth agape and Bpecchljss commenced to moan and whimper Its thebqsti thing that could hap pen snld IlostslUr rtrsstirlngly tyiqll come around all right shortly Indeed it was not long before the rescued man sat up a look of disgust and loathing upon his features Mother Of ModeH llewejetlafrVe but T shduldnt want Mohonilngn ater for ti steady illeti- He caught ItossltcrH eye and umllcd wanly You were Just In time he said tiling there nlnt worth shucks Ho cant swim a stroke Another mIn iirte an Id V croaked It waii1 hithera close shave ob serVed ItoiJiltcr Geei yen This was said with consldtrhbli emphasis and a sue plcloh of color began to creep Into the young mans pallid cheeks He was perhaps 28 or 27 years of age and as Itosslter now glanced from his face to that of the boy who hud tdged close to him he saw nt once from the strong resemblance between them that they must be brothers the younger hardly more than 16 They were not unattractive faces either of them and In the elders llossiter rend lines of determination and selfreliance that made him for the instant envious Until were slimly fashioned with a slight stoop td the shoulders and both hind the llfckHa complexions of those who end little time in the open air They had clear eyes of steel blue and iUie hair of the elder curled slightly Ho had moreover an in- sIgnificant brown mustache 1Come out in the sun said Bus alter tpi the one he had rescued mull brace you up Hc gave tho young man a helping hadpwhilomIllyv U ud take it out of a fellow so and he sat ij vhucar where lie had laid 16 luthciloHl r leRtfrrupPeu 4P IlPtinrh iiiI believe Ill have to wring inj lJIthemceedrdforthwltli topuC the scheme into trtclitidn For a space little was Hid the two brothers absently watching the Ta grant as he spread his worn ortlilci t apparel upon the grade Ifrisllji theghieklyhowd just di you did t h Inquired Oh I was having a nap fiver yonder answered llonlter waving hit hand In the direction ot the elm un der which he bind been reclining and I heard your brother shout Having a nap chV this with considerable surprise am though the speaker could not understand the phllospohy of a mldmornlng JuJul genes pthateharnctcr- Yelbut with e swjft shUt of the tqlllc of converratlott yov havtnt told tAvhat vas the trouble with yPU Put tlgre and Itossltet nodded towards the water Oh a cramp caught me I must hove been too Vnrhi SvhenT wont In It doubled me nil tip on one side anti JlnIlNl toJIp1bo was aI1 dlln about In He ran out onto the bank ncnrt stiff nnd be gun ycllln like mad Its darn lucky he did I BUSSS At thlatha younger brother laughed foolishly Suy continued the elder youv done me a blunted good turn JUpnt mcutUm It said Kosslter luttrrnptlng him But by giv i Im goln tot cried the young mnn What do you take niu Jorow ns I say youve done me a good turn and Id like to do you one if youll let me lie looked at niixslivr appealingly Well milt the latter Youre In hard luck aint pub Xii qflcnse meant Rniisltrr lowered hs ryes Suppose I omt said lie GotrohlI1 t U lorhail on offer thlamQrnhlk Svinothlntlat you csre bput1 I cant ray that lI Come aTong withus tiienI this with a ruddpn enthusiastic burst of fconfldcnce Wy mother n sTiller nd JIm nd nlCe ggln hopplekln Weve just come up title wurnln- flom Kallsburgh down the rhtr whore we live and are goln Into the country tlifr afternoon line place bully grub nd nllihat A chum o nitm1 vas Ju tense been along but he tnckedout at the last tnlnlite so Itll be all 0 k wont It Jim Sure cxHalmcd the boy ITo He tcntinued1 Campll1III TMllmoof Too tunnci jcri nirinuiryi sometimes cads to embarrassing rltuatlotm In the Jxmdon Tit Hits la related the story of n riglUofnny case which conceruvd uu nncknt footpath over en English estate The place had ptui d trap un pld nuts respuctubta dully intq the hnnds if a rIch nobody Time lawyer who appeared on behalf of the landowner1 troM Sntnln l a venerable couutryinan who had tu Uficd to him own persunal knowledge that there hail bevn a rlght of way over the mail evrr since ho was u bey of fibs u And how old are you now asked the lawyer Klghtyflve sir Hut starchy Olt cant remember thlngivfhlclifcccurredvh you were a boy of Iftve eighty yinrs ago fleW an 1 cnli sir asserted this octogenarian witness 1 call mind a year afore that when year feythf sir owil Skinfilnt Cinrge iiu called him That will do yqu inny j tepdown said the lawyer hastily as a titter ran around the courtroom got d1 ldloptnSf tint fbthtr nunchmbc Stand dhWnisIrl said the lawyer wrathfully Jlor cheAting her two year old AssDo you hear Stand down o a thruppny bill concluded the venerable witness triumphantly an he slowly left the box Original f n e Two aborigines of Formosa who were arrested in the henna province were recently sentenced to death for having murdered a policeman Their defense wns original They said they meant no harm they killed the po liceman merely fur a joke Under crossexamination they said It was only after the Japanese had come to the Island that they hind heard that the murder of a man was considered a bad deed In reply to a question nM to whether they felt in killing the police man the prisoners replied yes they felt very happy This Is the first occasion on which one of the aborigines lies been sen tenced to capital punishment since the Japanese took over Formosa A remarkable feature of this cast thnt will occur to everyone is how closeV the Holllgan of London approaches In his sense of humor the aborigines of Formosa- rrnnaqortntion Fnullltlei Morltz Gottlieb Saphir a Journalist and one of the wittiest men of time Jewish race In Jcrmnny once criti cited King Iudwiga verses so sharp ly that he was ordered says House hold Words to quit Munich within 24 hoursThe court chamberlain waited upon the journalist with the kings command and having delivered It con siderately asked Do yon think that you can getaway In thnt time Yea I think po Saphir said but If my own legs cant take me quick enough Ill borrow some of the su perfluous feet In his majest1 ianf rsluiae ot verse A Sweet T th IIeand pains Butwhatendhn2ulIe of de c it should be arrested and the Teeth put in good condition Wo cleat 011 or extract toeth without pain to the patient Otlf finoibta faf teeth at HTniadrfdh zjlouito or rublK fBrotb oluU ly per fect Wo gucronteo them Teeth extracted 25 coals Tho best amalgam tilling 76 cents accommodations for patients from s dietanoe who write for appointments Dr V H1i9 son Otftnuto fuel lac m tSpMeeee0e1hporc petenteli SWIFT CO yetstitz Opp 1 PNaI flea PI toa 4 For n bilious attack taco Chamber tams Stomach and Liver Tublota and u quick euro is certain For solo bj S B Wqlch Jr etu7ontreatjend tCa1tv oairRichmond Kyl rareiattkwa TELEPHOXES Compuu 750 per pri- Ijxtt pelt of rhone eri tnitiiiiritiwrtrri nh Wit Inc eotbalanyop- sna men ltr crftntuy eob pr11ouikuuIrn tme s rompirl IsridtInlnni yalransiiCk nTjiatrtellr 11EICMAX O TAFJJL Uo- Wblna r LCra rAt 54eWiirAv inoeslely LOeIVILLKV A I urrnUrs Ilrnture If you ever took DeWHta Little Kiriy Hiflera for biljoutncM or con st ipatipn you know what a purgative pkafiurq Is These famous little pills cleanse tho liver and rid the system of BJ1 vile without producing uu pleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but giro tone and tlroDglh to tho tissues and organs involved WlI Uowellof Houston Tex says No bettor pill can to used titan Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc For sale by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Bereft College has secured market for homespun and homo wovon goods such as bed coverlids linen dress lineey Jean blankets etc at follow lug prices CoverlidB S 4 to 10 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dress Linaey DO cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes T3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wideband 2i yards 90 Inches long All dyeauaed must be old fashioned homemade dMA- D1womaDwhowanta to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College bould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply la person or by letter teIMrs Hettie W Graham Berea KyIRiotnnrli Trouble I have been troubled with my stomach for tho past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Firm Greenfield Mass A few dyers tkb- I was Induced to buy a box of Cham berlains stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and fool a great deal bettor If you have any troublo with your trouble try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 2f cents For sale by S E Welch JI ifllMENTS es Mt rittbntt tstiisVf Beltrsd Mra Work of all kind don loIworkmanlike manner nt rna oinbla price find with dispatch Iltrozk guar lta- oteed byu till w i IHI GOLDENFLORA r v a IJL RICHMOND Ky JI II C rr t Wit tod rplllrultrMU t ittruedC W Landiet Pocr for Uio Qru enUl Hqtel Chauuto haul uayijp i know what it wan to auffei witnetlti ralgiaduetlItlandIgglit bptpn of Ballarda Snow Linimqct nndJ was raisgttrota the Heart 1 lxl 1 got some more but before liaa41e1- posed of tar bottle I wan cared f liroll1m leiliu do truth tQOf CO and 1100 at Iaet End D iifj Qq h 1 xre- DR M a JONES Vlt Ln i Dentist Onceever I Igtigkaliicer ill J ir l d ld i rriI Offlco JWcdnrJdal loatof the week tetoJ- iii- irI 1 fY GARNET HOTEL d rsrdnn4sLodgingKm obdat ojVpo4lu flour troli Richmond Kj t 111 R G ENGLE Prop i- ittupi4 rhe Cbouirrlittstl4lg1w- IInrdy d l Lral I JJOTO soul ChimbeilaiMV iCpugb tiomrdy for moro than twonly jwr knit it has given ottiru paUffncUon 1 Lave 8oM a pile of itaudcnntofotn mend it hitfhljJwcrn MvKmiscTr Lintou Iowa you will find thin remedy o goer ftjend when troubled with a cough or cold It ulwnys af lords n quick relief nail is pleasant to take Frsslgliy S E Welch Jr Without Harness The brat bores III the world id of lit tln usei With Well ninde perfect fitting harness on he bwomea Ulli useful and orunmeutnl If style is desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It in light haudsotno mill very durnblo If Htrrugth ia tint uinin coosldora lIou our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirement Couldnt be stronger if it t111 sill iron TeJ Moberly Richmond Ky CROUP Usually begins with the ujmptonn of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded wa piration Give frequent small doect of Ballards Horohouud Syrup the child will cry for it ROll at tho first sign of a croupy cough apply Ire quently Ballard Snow Liniment externally to the throat DO cents at East End Drug Co OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS frulli nd Vegetables a Specialty Sole axrat for Banner Cream Bread OPP05IU IUROITII MILL iWONT WILL I DID I know little litu With toll mother end bla dad hauntyMnkti the queerest little rlijmt- hltiRlni frowntnely I wont I wont I wonL Hut again hi fn of blue UtUten as he looks nt you Aid ho tries your imply livurt with love to nil As he hugh In rely girt Your iurprUr antS Joy In see When te n rry shout will I will I will Hut I like thla rogue the licit Vhn the sun it In the west AM to but he gxs the llml llttl k And lit hoed lilmielf Awnkr TIll Klorlouji urn i to brouk A tdeplq t Kins did did dlt Mary A DrnUon In Wnnlilnston Star PARLOR MAGIC FOR BOYS ItitiT tit Irrrorii n IVnl U lilrli Will talulh Stir Old a aPrll Am HIP YIIIIIIU The feat hrreln described must be performed with the aId of unmft citrate lad as everything depend on his thor ough understindtiR of what you are going In ilo some little preparation Is n xeHMiry without the knowledge of the spectators r Thu srircts of the feat rests on your own and your confederates readiness r In rending the letter of the nlphabet by a certain number of raps or blows and U Is essential therefore tint you Uuh mornorlMi no numbers or have a list within your sight Inn not where muchfthe numtwrs If you have time lo do II below performing the trick In this private signaling out rap or blow ur any olijetci that makes a sound mrtni A two raps moans II three run C gad no forth If you anti your helper will get tbo e numbers In your Iwld that yuu know nl once what rrtaln number of reps stands for the let will go through finely When you are toady to perform the- feat you sty to the company that you will sand one of theta Into the adjoin lag room and have the door locked on him you will range to appear to him I in that room any animal that the ramp 17 may nnino You must contrive 1tn one way ur another to have your confederate RO Into tho room for the- gacte0g of the teat Oep nda on that as you can MO There arc several ways In which that ran l 9 accomplUhod as r will find out when you undertake It When ho him entered the other room aro4 you have weed tho door hand a pitre of ur IJ nee of the company IMP HIGNALS ON IIUWU eking him to write on It the name of tl c animal that he would like to have appear to the person In the other room When Ihln has been dune and the paper hI keel given back to you hold It up wi that everybody can tee what Is written itn itanti be sure you see It yourselfthen fold It up net fire to It at the gas jot or with a match and throw the charred remains Into a china or esrthenware bowl which you have ready on n nearby table Tho how will represent a mor tar and n piece of wood eight Inches long nail our Inch thick will do for a Iifstle raving thrown the ashes of the pa per Into the bowl adJ a powder of sumo kind no matter what saying that t has certain magical properties Then IOU begin to stir the ashes and powder with tho ijtUJi and while doing that nil mnjtei Ibo raps on tho bowl that dill give the necessary Information to our confederate in tho other room Let us Hiipposo that the word dog s written on the paper You mint juuinge lo stake first tour raps on tho oowl to represent tho letter D then fifteen rapn for the letter O and seven raps for tho letter 0 Tho raps must be made while you are moving the- pretendingsUck around In the bowl to stir the ashes and powder and you must malio them In a way as little no ticeable as possible Your confederate will detect item because he Is expect ing them but the company will not If J you make theta In the right way When you have made all tho raps continue stirring a little while to de calve the company and then call out to your confederate asking him what animal han appeared to him It would bo better for him not to answer you at once a little delay on his part helps the trick Finally he tells you that It is a dog bokoes A little practice will enable you to perform this trick with great success and you might have the same confed erate ut different places Two brothers might become so skillful In It that no ono could possibly detect how It is doue Brooklyn Life I ODDEST OF INSECTS The Vricrlnlilc Cnleriilllnr nl Ire m Zealand nod Siinir of Ire Slrlk lug IVonllnrlllr L T Chambers of Melbourne Australia forwards us sonic of the extraor dinary vegetable caterpillars of Now Zealand Many Injects including some grasshoppers und the common housnfly are subject to fungus diseases that cause death and greatly dUtort the form but nima takes strange development as the subject of the Illustration The fol lowing description Is from New Zealand After Fifty Years by Wiikefield Any notice however brief of the In Rccla of New Zealand would be Imper feet without sonic account of the odd est Insect In existence It U not easy to decide whether It ought to YO described under the fauna or the Horn of Now Zea land for Ill at least as much vegetable as animal and Indeed In Its final stage via TtuLN CATKIUIMAnS It In vegetable and nothing else This Is tho utw cut or vegetable caterpillar Ireirespect and a remarkably fine one too growing to a In the largest spec mon of 3H Indian and tho thickness of n huger but more commonly to about half or twothirds of that sire Until It Is fullgrown It appears to conduct Itself very much like any other caterpillar except that It U never found any whore but In the neighborhood of this rata tree a gigantic scarlet flowering myrtle mid that It habitually burltti ttsolf in tho ground a few Inches bulow the on rf co Then when fullgrown II undergoes a miraculous change Foi some Inexplicable reason tho joro ol n vegetable fungus Spliacrla lloburtsll fixes Itself on Its neck or between the head and the first ting of the cater pillar takes rot and grows vigorously Tho plant Is exactly like n diminutive bulrush from six In ten inches high without leaves and consisting solely of a single item with a dark brown felt Ilke head 10 familiar In the Illrusbes This stem penetrates tho earth over the cater pillar and stands up a fen Inches above the ground The root simultaneously grows Into the lady of the caterpillar which It exactly fills In every part with out altering Its form In the slchtcst de gree but simplysubstltutingavegotable- substance for an animal subntaace At soon as this process Is complete both the caterpillar and the fungus tilt and become dry and hard but without shriv cling at all Tho thing then Is a wooden caterpillar so to speak with wooden bulrush standing up from Its neck Papler macho perhaps would better de scribe It than wood It can bo taken out of the ground entire without any dim culty end preserved for any length of time Whre tboawcto Is found at all always at the foot of the rataIt li often toted In CTeat numbers no that dozens of specimens may be obtained at once The Maoris eat It In Its soft state when It Is much like marrow In consis tency and flavor and when It Is dry they powder It and use It tor a fresh dye In tattoo A WELLBUILT FENCE Story That shin Thnl a KrUltriprrl- Ina Stan Citnnal Afford to Might a Tnik Sold a man to a carpenter I want a fence built In the Viar of my barn Tho placo Is where It wont show and I wish It done cheaply You can use any old stuff for It and I will pay you and he named a small sum Well replied the carpenter I am not very busy now and I will do It When tho fence was done the two went out to look at It In surprise the man said to tho carpenter Didnt I toll you that I didnt want a first class fence I agreed to pay you only much for It and will not pay you cent more I urtJcntand you per fectly was the reply and you need pay me only what you agreed I didnt put up tho fence you ordered for I never can do anything but a Uralclass job The story got out and the carpenter who would not do anything but a flrst class job on a back fence was tLte man people wanted when they were building houses Tho moral of this Incident la nut that underpaid jobs done well secure JobJ that will be well paid for though that Is usually true but that one should never lower his selfrespect by slighting a task elm ply because It U not sufficiently re munerative Wellspring Glaciers In the Alp A survey established tho number ol glaciers In tho Alps at 1155 of which 249 had a length of more than four and threequarter miles Tho French Alps contained 14 glaciers those of Italy 78 Switzerland 471 and AUdtrla 4C2 King Kilnrnnla Anceitry Tim king of England Is a direct de scendant of King Alfred being the thirtythird greatgrandson Thus the English throne has remained In the same family for over 1000 years CUP DEFENDED WON Final Jfnco of tho International Yacht Contest Sir Thomas LIpton Crew Will Return to England Next Tuesday and H3 Will Follow Shortly After Shamrocks For Sale Now York Sept Reliance the American cup defender Thursday won true third and final race and the series for that famous sea trophy the Amer Iran cup In a dense fog which pre vented vision beyond 200 yards she finished the race at 63002 three miles ahead of the Shamrock amid tho acclamation of tho assembled fleet Shamrock HI after running for moro than an hour Into the fog misted the finish line passed by U and then re turned to It from the opposite di action As the Reliance was then being towed through the fleet of yachts ensigns fluttered from her truck and eprcadcrs In celebration of her victory the Shamrock III did not crow the finish lint As often sold of the historic race when the America won the cup there was no second This Buccptiful result was achieved only after four futile attempts to pall off the final race and slier the outcome hind been admitted by even Sir Thomas Upton to bo a foregone conclusion Thursdays was the eighth attempt to sail a race After one llUKe Hellnnro won the two following races one by seven minutes and three seconds anti the other by one minute and nineteen seconds A week ago Thursday the first at tempt to rail the third race foiled and attempts have been made everyday this week On these occasions K lance led Shamrock to the finish lino by two mlle but failed to rcnch It before the expiration of the time limit of five and a half hours Thursdays victory tncnna that the cup 4s destined to remain In America until England la able to produce a genius equal to list roidinff In yacht loudness Thursday night Sir Thomas Lipton saidTwo weeks ago I was hopsful last week I knew I was doomed to defeat and was disappointed butt today am almott glad In my own defeat thla America having been such n thoroughly generous victor I want again to thank the American people for their generosity to mo In my defeat My crew Is to return to England oa Tuesday next and I really ought to go hark by that time myself I will poet out my engagements In a day or two and then determine Just what shall 11- 010m to inert some people Friday who desire to buy nl least one of tho Shamrocks After I have seen thum I shall determine what to do Regarding the defeat of Shamrock III he simply said I dont raro to dlutirs It any more Tho American hoot was tho bettor that Is all Dcrlgner Fife refused to talk Capt Wrlngo while agreeable still would not talk any further than to say We did the best we could but the other boat was better Capt Ilarr of Reliance said after tho racer Reliance la a beautiful boat hall nil kinds of weather and won In It Our adversaries did the Mill they could with the material at their command BRITISH PAPERS ON THE RACE They Agree That the Contest Was Won By the Beat Boat London Sept 4Friday mornings papers publish editorials congratulat Ing the United States on again re taming tho Americas cup and compll menting Sir Thomas Upton on his gal lint fight All tho journals agree that the contests were won by the better boat and the cleverer skipper and crow and admit that there seems to be no reason why the United States should not retain tho cup for many yera to come since It seems that Great Ilrltaln has something to learn from America In the matter of yacht building San Francisco Wants Next Yacht Race San Francisco Sept 4The Call fornia promotion committee has sent a telegram to the president of the New York Yacht club Inviting the club to elect San Francisco harbor as tho next course for the defense of the Am ericas cup An Agreement Has Been Signed London Sept 4The DrusRcls cor respondent of the Dally Telegraph nays an agreement concerning Iho Venezuelan debt was signed Thursday between a syndicate of Paris banks and Senor Velullnl the Venezuelan representative Quarryworkers International Union Washington Sept 4The Quarry Aorkcrg International Union of North America was the name adopted by the 13 delegates from half a dozen states for the now International union just formed hero A constitution wad adopted Only Surviving Field Officer Bristol Tenn Sept 4Col GcorgJ It McClellan celebrated tine 89th an niversary of his Urth at his homo In irl tol Thursday Col McClellan Is said to be the Mily surviving Geld ota cer of the volunteer army that march ed against Mexico A New Worlds Record Made Boston Sept 4hl an attenipt to boat the track record of 08 45 seconds Albert Champion Thursday night at Charles River park established a new worlds record for motor cycles by riding a tulle in seconds PRO = LANGLEY3 AIROHIP Cwlnp to An Accident to the Motor An Effort to Launch It Failed WIdowAtHr Va Sept IErtortThursday to launch Prof Iangley8 60 fool aerodrome had to be abandoned of oclock Thursday evening owing tn the failure of tho gasoline motor to work properly For four hour Prof C M Manley the Inventors right hand man labored harJ to get the ma chinery In shape The Inventor then made tho following statement Tie work of the afternoon has ben a great disappointment to us all The failure to have an experiment was caused by the discovery of a broken valve In the motor This can ho repaired I think during the forenoon tomorrow Ing a skyrocket from the houseboat Ing a skyrocket fro mtho houseboat to ppply tho motive power to the ma chine Prof Manley tried In vain to get his engine In operation Several subsequent attempts were made Once tie propellers were got to go Ing for five minutes but the revolu lions Instead of reaching 1200 dill not exceed and the work was very Irregular Prof Manley wet attired In a light costume when he entered the cabin lie wore a pair of white duck trousers His jacket was padded with cork to assist In keeping him above water at the termination of the flight Attached to his left knee wan watch to register the exact time ti ctartlng and the duration of tae flight Throughout the whole of the trying or Joel lo appeared remarkably calm and composed Prof Langley said If titers Is no accident at the Mouse honl In the launching we tope lo see a successful flight The greatest fear Is for tae Immediate launching HUNGARIAN DELEGATES They Place a Wreath on the Tomb of President Garfield Cleveland 0 Sept Ione hundred delegates who are in attendance at the national convention of the Federation of Hungarian societies vlsited the tomt of the late President Garfield In Lake view cemetery Thurwlny and placed n beautiful wreath of flowers on It At the same time there were eloquent eulogies of the life of Garfield which the delegates listened to while stand ing In n circle within tne tomb with bared hoods A prayer preceded the ceremonies Later the same delega tlon plated a wreath of flowers on the statue of Louis KoMiuh In Unlvcralty Circle Similar ceremonies to those at the Garfield monument wero carried out DISTRICT LEADER MOONEY Alleged He Worked at Cross Purposes With President Mitchell Kansas City Sept 4James Mooney the district leader who is regarded ns responsible for tho Novinger coal strike U asserted to be holding out against John Mitchell to further his alleged aspirations for the presidency of the United Mine Workers of Amer ica Mr Mooney has It Is said work ed at crors purposes with President Mitchell ever since the calling of the Plttghurg Kan conference two months ago when Mitchell went so fares to tell Mooney to sit down and keep etlll NEGRO COLONY ELECTION A Peculiar State or Affairs at Hobson City Ala Montgomery Ala Sept 4 The ap preaching city election at Hobson City the Negro colony near Annlston will disclose a peculiar state of affairs The town Is solely run by Negroes Under the new constitution nearly all of the male adult Inhabitants are disfran chised there now being only about two voters and the affairs of the town will have to be conducted by the two citizens alone As there are nearly as many offices to be tilled as there are voters tho candidates will virtually elect themselves and may thus pet petunte thcmselvw In olttce Bulgarian Attitude Disapproved Vlennu Sept 4Before leaving Vi enna King Edward had a conference with Premier Count Goluchowskl on the Balkan situation It Is scmloftl dally said that the kins expressed his disapproval of the attitude or Bulge rla and declared that Great Brltalr adhered to the RussoAustrlan policy- t Free Delivery Abandoned Bloomington 111 Sept 4Annouhcement Is made by tho meat pack Ing companies of Chicago SU Louis and Kansas City that hereafter where branch supply houses are malntalnad In cities similar to Bloomington fret delivery will be abandoned In thir interest of economy The Insurgents Are Active Manna Sept IThe Jolo constab ulary have coma In conflict with a body of Insurgents In the province of Cavlte near tho Laguna do hay and killed 20 of them during a sharp on gagemcnt The constabulary had one man lulled Demand a CourtMartial Vienna Sept 4It Is reported that the Servian officers who were not con corned In the recant coup detat the assassination ct King Alexander and Queen Dragn and their ministers nre demanding a courtmartial on the con splrators Plotting Assassination London Sept 4A dispatch reedy ell by the bally Mall frdm Kobe Ja pan says three Japanese have boon arrested on suspicion of plotting the assassination of the premier of Ja- nan Viscount Katsura I Kentucky PickUps PIED THE TYPE Detsrmineri Attempt to Suppress the West Point Deacon West Point Ky Sept IA determined attempt Is being matfc by un known persons to suppress the publl cation of the West Point Beacon a weekly paper edited by Dr 1 Morrl son A few days ago all the type In the office was pled This seriously crippled the paper temporarily Then one night a brick was throws through a window of the Deacon office at Mr Dempsey the foreman of ths printing offlcc The latest outrage Is an assault on Mr Dempsey Mr Dempsey was returning to his boarding house when he was struck on the jaw with a prick WEST POINT ENCAMPMENT President Roosevelt May Vhlt It Dur Ing the Maneuvera Louisville Ky Sept 4Though not yet officially announced It In almost a certainty that Ircjldent Roosevelt will visit West Point during tie army ma neuvers there this fall Since West Point was selected for the encamp anent a great deal of pressure has been brought to bear upon the president urging him to honor the occasion with n visit and it Is said he hat about de cided to do so Col Wagner has stat ml that the president would probably visit tho camp early In October and that It Is possible ha will spnd two or larce days there- TELEGRAPH COMPANYS MISTAKE William Triplett Entered Suit For 25000 Damages Frankfort Ky Sept 4The West ern Union Telegraph Co was made de fendant here Thursday In a 25000 damage suit Instituted br William Triplott of Lexington n state witness In tao last trial of the Jim Howard murder case The ground of the peti tion Is that a report of the evidence of Triplett was by mistake of an oper ator sandwiched In with that of a wit ness whose reputation was attacked making It appear in newspaper ac counts that the attack was on the character of the plaintiff THE LAST OF THE FAMILY Squire Gentry Descendant of a Revo lutionary Hero Dead Harrodsburg Ky Sept ISlulra Charles Gentry died Thursday Ho was the youngest son of Col Richard Gentry who served on G eons staff through the revolutionary war and probably the last surviving sot of a revolutionary soldier In this state He was a brother of Col Richard Gentry who was killed while leading his regi meat against the Seminole on Christ Ohljnndfour Chiefs Leg Was Amputated Louisville Ky Sept 4Fire Chief Joseph Mayer of Covington who was Injured In a recent fire here under went an operation Thursday In this city by which his left foot and tho lows part of the leg was amputated The operation was performed by Or Duncan assisted by Dr Pussay of this city and Dr Averdeck of Coving ton The operation was a success and chief Mayer rallied nicely Court of Appeals Docket Heavy Frankfort Ky Sept ITbft fall docket of the court of appeals wax made up Thursday and shows 3G4 civil appearances and continued cases 57 criminal cases and 29 old cases on the argument docket or 440 cases In all Besides the above there are 270 cases under submission making a total of 710 cases cf all kinds now before the court Reuben O Harney Died of Peritonitis Louisville Ky Sept 4Reuben O Harney a civil engineer tiled Thurs day morning of peritonitis He was engineer of the Paducah Sc Cairo elec tric railway which Is now under con struction Mr Harney was 30 years of age and the son of Col Shelby liar fey who served us provost marshal during the civil war Copper Discovered In Kentucky MadlsonvlIIe Ky Sept 4Copper has been struck in the zinc mining district of Westni Kentucky In Crlt lender county It Is said that the vein is equal In value to that of Arizona and New Mexico Mines will bo opened at once for developing the newly discovered territory Drowned In the Ohio River Newport Ky Sept 4Albert Ste yens 13 years old whose home was on Eighth street was drowned In the Ohio river at tip foot of Berry street Thursday afternoon Stevena with several companions had gone to the river to bathe and he went out too far Blue and Gray Reunion Grnyson Ky Sept The ninth reunion of the Blue and Gray here Thursday was attended by over 4000 people It will continue until Satur day Free dinner was served all tha federal confederates anti Spanish American soldiers unIt their wives Good For Ten Barrels a Day Montlccllo Ky Sept 4The Wil llama Oil Co brought In Eph Miller No 1 in the Beaver creek sand The well Is good fur ten barrels a day This well extends the 45 degree lines two miles northeast and opens up more wild oil territory Kmngrnvf 3e llelnct It is a groat convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and for slight in juries and ailments A good liniment and one that is fast becoming a favorite if not a household necessity is Chamberlains Pain Balm By ap plying it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes the injury to heal in about onethird the time usually requiredand as it is an antispetic it prevents any danger of blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treat ed before inflammation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sale by S E Welch J- rFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surlluli Wo solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Prer- S S PARKES Cashier DMrrt After Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Greens burg La who is well and favorbly known nays Two years ago laufTer ed greatly from indigestion After eating great distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights wero restless concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my sloop is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by East End Drug Co We promptly obtain U 8 sad rorefgtl t Ifreerepor The IMrntarear Eating Persons suffering indigestion dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomachsweet This remedy ia n never failing euro for Indigestion and Dyspepsia and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything that you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues Sold at East End Drug Co Onler fo- rRegal Shoes Watch null dock repairing art the specialties of Williams shop Agcucy for M I N Ludrr Take sit your troubles to him Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS Tilt FAMOUS LITTLE rILLS For quirk relief from Dlllousneis Sick Hsadzcha ToipU Uver Jaundice Diln and all troubles iris tar from an Inactive or sluggish liver DaWItt UllU Early Risers are un equ lId Theyact promptly end never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to take them One to two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver- JUJ BEAUI SUN LT rilFAItD n- It C bwI It tc Co Chicago r cnti MII I a4ltJq111 THE CITIZEN L iEastern Kentucky News t 1No correspondence published unless dined In toll by the writer The ootl1IHHI1111111111111110 is not for publication but it an evidence of rood faith Write I11meI Pall term of Borca College opens Wednesday SCltCIII hot Ont 8ri in- MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PAINS A large crowd attended tho Glade church Sunday night Quito a num her of young people enjoyed Mr and 1 Mrs Lonnio Gillcns apple pooling Mrs Etta Burdetto Kinuiml is visit ing liornunt nt Kirksvillo Miss Mary 1 Adams and brother wero guosts of relatives heroMr and Mrs Balis Wilson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Willeford at Bobtown Mr and Mrs Bud Bush spout Sunday evening with Kiz Cornelisou Mrs Mode Crawford and children spent Sunday ovening with Mrs Daniel Maupin Misses Della Williams and Bush spent Sunday night with Maggie and Pearl Adnmsi ISaHieMaggie Orerloy and little daugh have returned from Ohio Misses Myrtle anti I Hattio Smith of Peytoutown visited lola Harris recentlyDollie Moody t of Kingston was tho guest of Lizzie Burdetto Sunday Mnssrs Claude and Same Fortune have returned from Hamilton Ohio for a visitMillsj Mollio Johnson spout Saturday night with the Misses Abnoy Fred John Ron has returned from Hamilton OhioMrs P E Foloy has boon f quite sick for tho past two weeks J Miss Lillio McWhorter Bud and Minerva McKeehan attended the Teachers Association at Silver Creek I Saturday Mr and Mrs Bob Rich ardson of Big Hill visited Mr and Mrs W D Lewis and family Sun day Several visitors attended Sun dayschool Sunday Miss Lillio Mc Wh rtor spent Sunday with bliss it Anna Bongo Blanche Crawford spent Wednesday night with Misses Maggio and Pearl Adams Mr S R Foloy and brother Frank visited Prencherevillo last weekA few from this placn attended Sowors t Sons t show at Whites Station Friday night t fWALLACETONa nun Cades friends and relatives met at her homo last Tuesday nnd celebrated her 85th birthday by a surprise dinner Miss Laura Kstridge of Paint Lick was the guest of her brother Felix and family last week Miss Mattio Bot kins find brother George of Denver ill are visiting relatives and friends extendedI1 people wont to Mallory JSpriDga Saturday and spent the day ci Miss Sallie Cade was tho guest of i Miss Addio Baker Thursday night Lightning killed n steer of George Mitchells Saturday evening Oscar Gabbard and G C Brockmau wont to Richmond Monday on business Grandma Cade suffering very much with alhsma this weokMr II C Wylio and family visited Elias Wallace I at Bereft Saturday Mr W Ilgcrrt of Indiaunpolistjs visiting friends hero week mio Upg i1F ors has returned from Indianapolis where ho has boon visiting for two JwloksMillsSarah Lawson was tho guest of Miss Mattio Keen Saturday 7iniglitGritl Gaffueyand Tom Eden on the excursion SundayM Goorgo and wifo are visiting Mr Rogers parents this wook at Indianapolis Rov Luns forth has moved his store back to Borea David McCollum and sister wont to Waco last week to at tend thin Association Mary flab bard and Mattie Botkins wore tho of Misses Famiio and Jennie t1gUORts Sunday night Protracted began at Cartorsville near andtandkJ atiCaldwell is quito illat her home John Cade was in Richmond Mr and Mrs J S Cado attended the Pilot Knob Association Tuesday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Another fine rain SaturdayCorn has improved considerably W II- Ilammuck is improving since Dr Shopfmi r Jliimmnek paid a visit toller children ut Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday iy JK Shupo has beon granted a pen sue nl rl = fllon of 10 through tho efforts of A I Hammack Ho received 1575 on back pay one of the best claims al lowodMr Joo Lawson of Paint LiCkcamo up to see W II Hammack Sunday J C Napior has bought time doll Torroll farm near Muse Price S70 per aero or about 10000 Mr Joo Bow of Wallacolon was up last week locking over the farm ho recently bought from Mrs Koch ler Subscribe for THE CITIZEN It is tho cleanest and tho cheapest papor in the country ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rev J W Lambert tilled his appointment at Clear Creek Saturday nud Sunday and reports a good tim with four additions Etta Lambort visited home folks Saturday and Sun day on Colar CreekWni Kerby is stillon the sick list There will bn preaching At Fairview next Saturday and Sunday by Rev R L Romlolto Win Ren of Copper Crock visited friends at this place Sunday 0 Hold and family havo returned front a trip to tho Indian Territory Jamey Grant was here Monday on hURineSRW learn that Ed McGuire mid family are on their way back from n trip to the Indian TerritoryCutting millet and putting it up seems to bo the principal work here at present STUDENTS EXCURSIONS Student excursions for tho opening of the fall term of heron College have been arranged for as follows FROM CHICAGO via Rio Foes railroad leaving the Illinois Central do pot on the Lake Front at Twelfth Street at 830 pm on Monday September 14 The excursion will be in charge of Mr Andrew M Ross who will meet members of the party in Main Waiting Room The train arrives in Cincinnati At 710 tho next morning The faro from Chicago to Berea is 8 90 FROI CLEVELAND via Bio FOUR railroad leaving tho Union Depot on the Lako Front at Bunk and Water Streets at 030 p in on Monday September M The excursion will bo in charge of Mr James Young who will meet members of tho party in the Ladies Waiting Room Tho train arrives in Cincinnati at tiiftO time next morning The faro from Cleveland tdBoren is 800 FROM CINCINNATI via KENTUCKY CENTRAL division of the Louisville eC Nashville railroad leaving the Cen tral Depot nt the corner of Central Avenue und Third StreotatSiOi Bm on Tuesday September 15 The ex cursioi will be in chargo of Mr Geo R Roberts who will meet members of the party in time Lower Waiting Room The train arrives in Beren at 111 p m The faro from Cincinnati to Heron is S2 90 Any further information regarding the excursions or any other matters will bo cheerfully furnished if you will write to mo Yours sincerely WILL CGAMDLE Secretary Boron KyI Devoured loT worms Children often cry not from pain lint from hunger although ftxl abun danlly Tho entire trouble arises from inanition thoir food is not as Himilntod but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermi fugo will cause them to cease crying mud begin to thrive ntonce very much to the surprise nnd joy of the mother 25 cents at East End Drug Co For Mme First classbuilding brick constantly on hand Wo also have hard burned brick nnd bats for cisterns at very Jow prico BEREA COLLEGE BRICK YARD The Trap You call rat building a Ore trapH asked the perplexed foreigner How cnn a house he a trap for ze lire It catches tire so easily See eald the native But lie couldnt see such Is the un readiness of the untrained foreign In tellect In grasping the Idioms of our rich and expressive language Chica go Tribune Inaileriunte Motive HowesWhat did they do with that fellow who was arrested for stealing cigars from McStogys place HnrncsOb he was discharged The prosecutor was unable to prove n mo tive for the alleged theft The judge ns It happened hud smoked ouoof Me Stogys clgara Boston Transcript NATIONALTROPHY New Jersey Was in the Lend in the First Days Shoot ing Match HIGHESTIHost Tuesday of 1rlvnte Wilson of time Georgia Team Mr Smith and Lieut Benedict Both of Ohio Succeeded In Scoring 49 Out of a Possible 50 at 500 Yards Sea Girt N J Sept 9New Jersey took tho lend at the very beginning of the national trophy match Tuesday morning and remained at the head of tho list of competitors Tuesday even Ing upon the conclusion of the first days shooting In the great military team rifle contest Tho firing Tuesday was at 200 500 and yards constituting the first half of tho match Tho firing Wednes day will bo at 000 and 1000 yard ranges The New Jersey team scored a total of 1GG4 out of a possible 1800 being 11 points in advance of Massachusetts tho next highest competitor 19 points ahead of New York and 30 points ahead of the District of Columbia Tho following are the scores for the day Now Jersey 1504 Massachu setts 1GG3 New York 1545 District of Columbia 1534 Ohio 1518 Penn sylvania 1511 United States marine corps 1485 United States army infantry team 1473 Connecticut 1413 Hliodo Island 1440 Georgia 1439 United States navy 1423 United States army cavalry team 1372 Ver mont 12SG Michigan 1179 Time weather was changeable throughout the day Throughout the firing attlio 200 yard stage a drizzling rain fell During the firing at 500 yards the rain held off but there was a slight rain while the firing at yards was on By far the best work of Tuesday was that of Private Wilson of the Georgia team Ho was the last man to shoot and In almost total darkness succeeded in attaining a total of 42 out of a possible 50 at SOO yards Dardlngkcller of New York and Mr Smith and Lieut Benedict of Ohio each succeeded In scoring 49 out of a possible 50 at 500 yards The cavalry team of the army Is using the service carbine and therefore under the rules received an allowance of 12 points at yards The teams actual score was 412 but the allowance raised it to 424 AT WORLDS FAIR GROUNDS A General Strike Among the Union Carpenters Threatened St Louts Sept 9Jor an hour Tuesday a general strike among union artisans at the Worlds fair grounds was threatened as a result of differences between carpenters and time Noy era Construction Co which Is build ing the Intramural railway Two thou sand carpenters quit work because of the employment by the contractors of several men at lower than the union scale A truce was reached when tho contractors suspended tho men who were objected to George Newman representing the carpenters says a general strike will be called If tho contractors do not fi nally grant tho demands lie declares that time allied unions are In sympathy LOWERED BEST PREVIOUS TIME Cresceus Broke All Records For a Half Mile Track Lincoln NebSepl 9 Crcsceus the trotting stallion driven by Georgo H Ketcham his owner broke all rec orals for a halt mile track Tuesday mitt ernoon at the state fair grounds low ering his own best previous time of two weeks ago at Dayton 0 a half second He covered the mile Tuesday In 208 Cresceus was accompanied by two runners and an automobile The time by quarters was 32 104 1360 208i4 National Cotton Buyers Association Memphis Tenn Sept 9Tho Mis sissippi Valley Cotton Buyers asso elation was formally organized at a meeting held here Tuesday It Is pro posed to found a national cotton buy ers protective association The Grand Stand Gave Way Leavenworth Kan Sept 9Ag- rand stand erected on a knoll on the Fort Leavenworth reservation gave way Tuesday afternoon during a sham battle by regular troops injuring 24 persons three fatally Dozen People Injured In a Wreck Joplin Mo Sept 9A bad wreck occurred on tho Frisco one mile south of Baxter Springs Kan In which 12 people were Injured two fatally A local passenger train ran Into a freight train standing on tho main track To Protect Their Interests Chicago Sept 9 Cooperation backed by 100000 capital Is tho plan proposed by a joint meeting of farm ers and their representatives by which the producers of the country are toI protect their interests The Picket Won Another Stake New York Sept 9The Picket this years American Derby winner added another stake to his list by winning the September stakes for 3yearolds at BLeepshcad Hay THE CANAL TREAT- YI General Feeling in the Colombian Senate is Favorable to a New Convention A NEW BILL WILL BE PREPARED Admiration Expressed For the Xoblo und Sincere Policy Pursued by the United States Senor Macaro Was Opposed to the HayHerran Treaty Because It Violated the Laws of tho Colombian Constitution Bogota Colombia Tuesday Sept Tho senate has appointed a commis lIon to prepare a bill authorizing the government to negotiate a canal treaty without violating the constitution but that government has not presented It to congress which is necessary ask- Ing for reforms regarding tribunals the sovereign control of the canal strip and the hundredyear lease The gen oral feeling Is favorable to a now treaty Senor Macaro the actual pres dent of the senate expressed his ad miration for the noble and sincere pol icy pursued by the United States and hopes that the canal will be opened by them lie says he regrets that he was obllzcd to oppose the HayHcrran treaty as being a violation of tho laws of the constitution but he will work strongly for a canal treaty satisfactory to both countries Senator Obal dla who has decided to support tbo canal treaty has been appointed gov ernor of Panama proIducedtho probability of the United States dealing directly with Ianama III tho canal matter Senator Obaldla who line been appointed governor of Pan ama left for his post He will take with him a canal plan whlchlt Is said will satisfy all Congress has only enacted five laws and It Is reported that tho scsslons will soon bo closed It Is probable that the presidential candidates will bo pen Rafael Reyes the vice president and Joso Manuel Marroquln tho actual president The Knropcnn legation has been offered to Gen Fernandez tho former minister of war The government Insists on congress reconsidering the matter of the Pana ma canal treaty- Washington Sept 7Dr Herran the acting minister of Colombia still clings to tho hope that A way will bo found whereby the present treaty will be ratified Ho lays much stress an the possibility that tho senate may agree to a measure to be subsequently passed by the house whom thero Is said to be a majority for the treaty giving President Marroquln authority to negotiate directly an Instrument along the tines of the present treaty President Marroquln Is known to be heartily In favor of the treaty as it U now drawn nod It ho were duly au thorized to do so tho confident belief of Dr Herran U that tho treaty would bo ratified MARCONI IN ST LOUIS The Inventor Is In Consultation With the World Fair Managers St Louts Sept 7Slg Gugllelmo Marconi the famous young Inventor of tho wireless telegraph arrived In St IxMils Sunday night accompanied by a number of olllctals of his com puny Shortly after their arrival they were called on by a party of Worlds fair officials including President Fran cis tho members ot the reception and entertainment committees and the electrical committees who are now In tho city They were taken In carriages to the St Louis club where a dinner was given In honor of SIg Marconi The visit of Marconllo the Worlds fair grounds Is for the purpose of con suiting with time exposition officials In regard to the proposed establishment of a wireless telegraph station on the site ONE HUNDRED PERSONS HURT Robinson Circus Tent Blown D- ownlDuringAnthony An a severe wind storm Monday Hoblnsons1 circus tent was blown down An im mense crowd was In the menagerie and when the polea and canvas came down 100 persons wero hurt Price Joyner was probably fatally hurt An- Imal cages wero overturned some of time cages falling on people Nono of the animals cscApellIIndian a Carson Nev Sept 7At Shurza a hamlet on the line ot time Carson Colorado railroad an aged Indian ram ed Georgo Sam unable to witness tho sufferings of his young son who was sick killed the lad with a shotgun and then placing time muzzle of the gun at his own head discharged tho remain ing barrelINow York Sept Business tall ures In the United States for the week ending with September 3 number 162 against 142 last week 133 in the like week of 1902 1G9 In 1901 In Canada failures of the week number 18 against 25 last weekIChicago now record for long distance running was made by a passenger train on tho Bal tlmore Ohio railroad early Sunday morning A stretch of 128 miles was covered in 125 minutes ANOTHER CARLOAD h Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well Because you never saw one broken down Because they nrc nil good ones Because they cost less than others BECAUSE BECAUSE1 t BECAUSE ETCI W GET ONE See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Boroa Ky 1 j SULTSITRUSSHOLDS IN ANY 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