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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tHIIS IIIHIIHHIIIII JAMES MILTON RACER Editor end Publisher bibrrd at Ike Porto iei fit Ktrta Ay I Mslam 1llllIII- IIIIInHIIII1HIHIHIIHHHI i VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1903 One dollar a year NO J8 ICOPIED fROM MITCHELLS MAPOF i KENTUCKY1834NOW SHOWING MOUNTAIN COUNTIES AS THEN LAID OUT Cut this map out and keep it for future use We are showing to those who bare diiiparagcd the mountain people that a largo proportion of them are descends from revolution ary soldiers who fought under Wash HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE lly 1rwldent Wm moo tell Fnxt Article 8 Invalid Pensioner In Mountain Counties In 1834 n r jnli i rlvite el fIlhIralollIin militia tj tkrcrnut volunU fI IiiUnlrr A ArttUrrr line Dr Urummtr Her w Itrfululluiurr army a rtrlne 1iMrtnnlc t jIliatelutrnllftl 1 MORCIAN COUNTY Alex Montgomery Yn Benjamin Wages p Ya I rcnttr COUXTV John Combs pVa Ii Charles Ellis p MaRs Anthony Hall p Ya John Kelly p N 0 George McDaniol p N C Joshua Mullens pVa I Edward Polly p Ya ITLASKI COUNTT Francis Aldridge p NC Michael Bcakmon p S C Ichalxxl Blackledgn p N JIJohn Edwards Dr Pa James Oirdlor Dr Pa I Wm Hansfonl DrYa I Win Heath Dr N C I James Leo Dr Ya I John Perry Dr Ya l IDEAS Tho success of wrong doing is its severest punishment An ounco of experience is worth more than a pound of advice Some men think themselves inspir ed when they aro only inflated If a tuna wishes for gratitude ho mliRtoocnroful not to ask for it FROM THE WIDE WORLD A European stool trust is in process offormationA warship has been ordered to proceed at once to Turkish waters A severe hurricane swept over Jamaica and the Bahama Islands Several lives were lost A blizzard passed over western Canada Saturday damaging stock and crops worth millions of dollars Macedonian refugees arriving in Now York confirm tho retorts that thn Turkish soldiers aro massacroiug all Christians Venezuelan troops are being rushed iS1bolioved Tho first day of tho oral arguments in the Alaskan boundary question was taken up by Attorney General Finley who presented Canadas side of tho that the State of Panama would declare its independence on account of the rejection of the canal treaty the Colombian government has despatched a force of 2000 troops ID the Isthmus to quell any uprising THE CITIZEN iugton So wo urn publishing n list of those who In 18U who wore Receiving pensions for such service to their country Their residence are givon by cot ntIw nnd it became nccoeanry to got this map showing how the James Hftiuor Dr N CI Michael Reagan Dr Pa I Thomas Sonton Dr Ya I Robert Sayers Dr Yal Michael Young Dr N CI ROCKCASTLR COCXTT Wm Abnoy p Ya l James Chasten p Ya John llainm p al Win Moore p Ya I Thos Onsloy Sr S Ya John Pruott p Ya John Stevens p Ya WAYNE COUNTY Frederick Cooper p N C I Eliiha Thomas p Ya WUULCT COUNTT Joseph Moore p N J1 Jnmea Rogers p N C1 Wm Sexton p Va I Daniol Twigg p N C I Pensions Lilted under Act of June 1832 CLAY COUNTY Wm Burns p1a1 Bowling Baker p I and car N O l- Jlfi80 Bowling p N C m John Bongo p N C ui John Chandler p Ya in Messenger Lewis p Conn I Aznriah Martin p Va m John Philips p S 0 m Harper RatcliflTe p N C in Thomas Stapletou p N C m- E8TILL COUNTY Thomas Brown pVa m Mathins Horn p Ya I Win Harris p Yain Wm Johnson pVa in IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Nashville Tenn destroyed property worth 125000 A bitter strike line boon inaugurat ed by Texas coal minors Snow to the depth of eight inches fell throughout pouthorn Montana SaturdayA of gunpowder exploded on a railroad siding near Boaumont Kan with terrible results The explosion of n barrel of alcohol on the U S warship Olympia killed one man and seriously injured auoth nr The bill iutiocluced in the Alabama Legislature cutting down the yearly appropriation for Tuskegeo Institute has boon defeated Two Socialists have been convicted andsentenced to six months in prison at San Juan Porto Rico for offering an insult to the American flag The U S transport Kilpatrick arrived at New York with the bodies of 300 United States soldiers who lost their lives in the Philippines The ninth quarterly dividend of the United States Steel Corporation amounting to 15000000 will be paid September 80 to 84997 stockholders The National W C TU has be gun a vigorous campaign looking to the expulsion from the United States Senate of Hon Reel Smoot of Utah who is a Mormon and is said to have several wives counties wore laid out at that time Any family which can find an ances tor in thoso lists of Revolutionary pensioners has reason to fool proud and to bo ambitious that tho family shall livo up to its patriotic deede James Nuland p and capt Va- Jose m Nolaud p N C m Richard Oldman p N C ni Joseph Proctor pVa Ambrose Powell p Ya in Jesse Robertson p Yu John Stufflubcau p1JRl David Showdon p Pa I Goo Sheffield S and p N C St troops Henry Winkler p N C St troops John Waters p Ya m Elisha Wilt p Ya m rLJHISOCOlSTt James Crawford p Yn m Joseph Davis pVa I Je so Davis p Ya I Joshua Davidson p of cav N C in- Hugh Dreman p Pa I John Fons Pi Ya m FLOW COONTT Thos C Brown Cornet Ya in James Cameron pVa1 Henry Connelly Cup of cav N C m- Edward Darton p Ya lAbina Fairchild p N C I James Harris p Va m Joshua Hitchcock p N 0 Simoon Justice Dr N C John Moore p N C i Jonathan Pytln p N C i James Patrick p Ya in John Porter p Ya Benedict Wadkins p N CI Richard Wells p N 0 I Continued COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Rev J J Taylor of Norfolk Va Lisa accepted the presidency of Georgetown College Tho Republican State campaign was opened by Cal Bolknnp und Gen Buckner at Munfordvillo Jasper King tho juror who saved Curtis Jolt from hanging has been indicted at Cynthiana for false swear ingThe Kentucky War claims now be fore tho Treasury Department will como up next week for final consider ationCongressman Vincent Borciug who has been critically ill ill with pneu monia at his home in London is im provingThe Democrats of tho Twontythird judical district at Boattyville nomi nated Robert Riddle of Estillcounty for circuit judge Gen T II Bliss of tho Regular Army tins boon detailed to command tho Kentucky troops at the army maneuvers at West Point TY4Omrt nt Cynthiana is engaged its from a special roniro of lift Ariou a jury to try Curtis Jett charged with the murder of Tom Cockrell at Jackson Breathitt county Col Richard Taylor Jacob former ly Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky died Sunday evening at his homo in Louisville Col Jacob was a veteran of two wars and it was his vote in the Legislature which saved Ken tucky for tho Union I i The HUSTLING CASH STORE i II Everything in I Spring and Summer Goods at the Hustling Cash storeI MUST GO I LACKEY I iCORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY i tNNNNi 1IA MAN to ho well dressed must select his col tarn ctillH neckwear shirts hosipry underwear hats and MENSFURNISHINGS in general with great care Select them from our stock and you will make no mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS V r fiylng daily We sell Douglas Shoos for men and boys and Queen Quality shoos for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky Farm For Sale 212 miles north of Berea A good house good orchard plenty of water plenty of timber for fencing and fuel- S1 acres in tract Will sell as a whole or in two pieces to suit purchaser Call or write H K RichardsonBerea EDFORDS THE GREAT FAMILy MEDICINE Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors wore than For the common lam constipationindigestion plaInts ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and regulates the assists digestion stimulates action of purifies the blood and the of foul accumulations It cures liver complaint indigestion sour constipationdlnrrh colds and headache Iry druggist has ThedfortlsBlackDraught- in cent packages lit mam moth size 6100 Never accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaMedicine believe Thedfordi BuckDraught It the but medicine on earth It U good for any and everything hive a family of twelve children and for f I have kept them on foot- aadhealthywith no doctor but Black- Drwgh6 A GREEN Illewara U t I HIH Subscribe Today 2000 tlM11IIIJ1tIHHII Greatly on all Summer dress goods IIlacesgents clothing and hatsiilusprisebargains at your miss itbn 2 HAMILTON ri UaBUCDRAUGffT JaJa Thannaman IslockGroceries Dry Goods Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry If Its Prom Joplins Its GoodtA full line of FURNITURE always on handiWe our friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLtNS when in RichmondtCARPETS and MXTTINUS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone 47 reduced prices i price Dont and invite Bores 66JO St JOPLIN Ky It I THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam ined are generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit these 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 us furnish just the right oyesPrices TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSsecure splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from R H CHRISMANOp Circulation Richmond WE ARE BETTER PREPARED i THAN EVER TO Repair or PaintIYour Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIQQINS Prop East End Barber Shop North of Printing Ofllce Shave 100 Hair Cut 15c Shampoo 16cIRazors sharpened 15o to 25c R B DOE Proprietor TIME KEEPERS 101IT li sheer extravagance buy a worthless watchiBuy a hlehcUsi t er at the tight price They lave money and Iare more laiulactory I Oun are lIaranleedII Write lor catalogue or calL IRION CIRARDET iM Vnt toiit LwSnOa rj The CITIZEN an 8 f page weekly 1a year I b nnpp A MOCKER Vne Is mocker Ah Ood It mocks nt tLr wIdow cries links ai the children asklnc for bread Mocks when the diunknnl dies dtreiiR drink Is rig ng Owl help ui- A raging lion In truth SukltiB the tnfn lo slay them From old age down to youth Whosoever Is deceived thereby Can be he In not wlsl7 Oo l made him see the awful curve And open hit blinded eyes Rams Horn TEA AND COFFEE INEBRIETY 1r lliiionr of Mrrilrnl Aalhorltlr Which Iruvrn Thnl There rll IIIeae Many years ago we called attention To this distinct form of inebriety tarn ing from tea and coffee and character ized It as a wellmarked disease This btatemcnt was denied and excited iiome ridicule Even the cases which we published In support of our state ments were not accepted as evidence Within the last two years several ob scure cases of nervous troubles due to these beverages have been published and the authors were forced to recos nlze the reality ol a distinct neurosis from this source A recent editorial In the Medical Press and Circular a leading London weekly discusses this subject as follows Textbooks on the practice of medi cine and on nervous diseases are curiously bllent on the morbid effects of excessive Indulgence in tea anti coffee and the literature of the subject in general Is very scanty This must be due to the fact that practitioners are not sufficiently Imbued with the importance of the subject and arc con sequently not on their guard to recoR nhe the symptoms and warn their pa tients against the dangers associated with repeated and habitual Indulgence in such powerfully stimulating beverages as tea nod coffee Moth of them contain comparatively high propor tions of physiologically active In predlents and when taken In excess they determine a wellmarked deterior ation of functions especially the di gestive and the nervous systems Although theln and caffeln aro stated to be chemically Identical the effects of the beverages are by no means the same This may be explained by the presence in tea of a higher percentage of tannin and in coffee of certain empyreumatic and volatile substances known collectively as caffeone The action of these alkaloids Is to stimu late tbe cerebral cells Inducing wake fulncss and an ephemeral increase of mental activity the spinal reflexes being at the same time enhanced show leg greater excitability of the spinal cord The hearts action Is at first strengthened then rendered rapid and Irregular an effect which Is thought to be due to their action on the medulla Arterial tension being Iiclghtened Increased diuresis is pray duced the Increase bearing on the solid as well ar the liquid constituents of thin fluid Theln Is said to cause a reduction of temperature while cumin raises and their moreover possesses looil anaesthetic properties from which caffeln Is free The taunln exerts Its recognized astringent effects on the digestive tract and unquestion ably hinders digestion and assimila tion The physiological effects of the alkaloids when taken with excess and the margin Is not very wide are In somnia headache mental depression palpitation and general debility in as sociation with chronic dyspepsia The number of patients presenting a mild degree of Intoxication is very large and unless the cause or the mischief Is recognized treatment will not afford more than passing benefit Practition ers are alive to the Injurious influence of alcohol and tobacco in men but they are curiously tolerant of excess In respect of tea and coffee tea in ebriety In particular being apparent ly regarded as a venial physiological sin The robust and otherwise healthy adult may be able to take tea without obvious Ill effects twice a day but even this quantity moderate as It would ap pear to many Is sufficient to cause symptoms In persons addicted to sedentary pursuits and already prone to dyspspsla such for example as typewriters post office employes and the like What then Is to be expected when we find the average female tak- Ing from five to ten cups at odd hours throughout the day especially as the appetite soon falls and a positive dls taste for substantial food Is created Tremulousness associated with digestive disturbances In the woman is In the great majority of Intfances direct ly attributed to undue Indulgence In ofinloxlcatlonsex occupation and Indlvldyal tem perament Although it leads to no characteristic organic disease as does alcohol tea inebriety is destructive of health and Is unquestionably responsi ble for a large proportion of the cases ef neurasthenia met with in women whose nervous systems naturally more amenable to excitants suffer more from constant stimulation than tho comparatively resisting nervous 1 organization of the males 1 In IrarpNH of Solution THe liquor problem so far as the bust leSS world Is concerned is In process t of natural solution Railroads corpora 1 lions business men have put their ban 11310011tkeeper demands a sober nan behind the bar JMI IM l Lr 1 FOE TO THE HUMAN HACB Alcohol Ha fnrrlcil on II Devlllub- VnrU Tlirounlmitl the Paul Irntnrle The use of alcoholic beverages la at old as civilization The doaiorallzutltm wrought by the beverage use of alcohol In various drinks Is beyond compula tiun Its physiological effects upon the human body and the mind faculties are a decreased tissue resistance restating from alcoholic Indigestion It prevents oxidation and causes other nutritive dls turbances Though taken Into the aye tem in small quantities It coagulates the peps a and albumon of tits food and destroys the solvent powers of the gastric juice It also decreases the motor and the absorbing power of the stomach It profoundly affects all the tissues of the body and especially those which enter Into the structure of the nervous ays ternAlcohol excites the mucous membrane of the stomach The first to suffer are the brain cells by thickening of the tissues Alcohol acts upon the blood destroying the red corpuscles or causing them to shrink Healthy proto plasm Is essential to healthy life but alcohol produces disease Persons who take no alcohol live longer and can work harder than those who do Alcoholic beverages produce disease and Incite to crime One form of heart disease Is a result of alcoholism and produces exhaustion and Irritation Every vascular organ of the human body suffers from alcoholic effects If the use Is continued The constant use of alcoholic beverages will finally overthrow the most brilliant mind and all Its powers and arouse all the lower and violent passionsThe consequences of alcohol seen In hereditary law should alarm the physiological student of to day Statistical evidence la abundant showing the blighting effects of alco holism In parents upon their children Let us consider Morels tablE of alco holic neuropathic degeneration extend- Ing through four generations First generation Immorality alcoholic excess and brutal degradation Second generation hereditary drunken ness maniacal attacks and general hypoIand general paralysis Fourth genera tion feeble intelligence stupidity at tacks of mania From a careful observation extend ing over many years we believe this table of hereditary sequences to be ap proximately correct A legacy of low and defective vitality feeble powers of resistance and inability of adjustment follows Intold numbers of children arc born into this life weaklings and go down under the fascinating power of appetite through lack of physical mental and moral strength Medici science true to Its mission rejects alco holic depressants aa a remedial agent to day and treats the powerful destroyer aa other dangerous poisons If for the next four or five generations our race would be absolutely free from alcohol and tobacco we should see men and women with superior bodies and minds with an increased limit of life reaching beyond a century Charles H St John M D In Union Signal LIQUORS ADD TO EXHAUSTION Ill rile lun Report on HIP riiyilcal- Conillllnn of Men PnrllolpnllnK In Marathon non An interesting phase of the Mara thon runs conducted by the D A A every April 19 IB the careful medical examination of the contestants both before and after the run No man Is allowed to start unless physically fit so far as a physicians examination can determine All the data observed at both ends of the race are carefully recorded and not merely assure any medical attention that may be need ed but afford to science a fund of in formation on tho physiology of phys ical endurance in man In the medical report of the last Marathon run the doctors state- Contestants were examined as usual before the start and after the finish special attention being paid to blood pressure and to reflexes The results showed that both of these were In a majority of cases diminished The hearts pulse rates and weights were affected much as In previous yearsTwo cases of severe exhaustion were observed in both of which alco hol In excess had been given by train ers or friends It is questionable whether even small amounts of alco hol are beneficial to the runners and it is certain that large amounts mora than one or two ounces are distinct ly harmful to them Instead of in creasing their strength the free use of whisky or brandy actually adds to their exhaustion and depression The examiners were Drs Knapp Thomas Faulkner Larrabee Emerson Storrs 0 Blake and D Blake Boston HeraldtWould Ur Drinker Press dispatches are telling of a movement on the part of FIndlay 0 manufacTurers which If carried out to Its full purpose will work a very radi cal reform A plan Is on foot for an agreement among the manufacturers to form an organization barring from em ployment any and every man addicted to the use of Intoxicating liquors Manu facturers find themselves so annoyed by drunken Workmen that this step Is likely to bo taken for mutual selfpro tection In this they will but follow the example of many large firms elsewhere and of the railroads and an increasing number of great business establish mentsIt is reported that the owners of saloons In the neighborhood of these manufacturing plants In Findlay aro greatly alarmed by the prospect of a much diminished trade rw- M The Sun the Source of BeautyB- y ALEXANDER YOUNG itIIOIAuthor ofSolar Ulacuic Diittibutioa ant Sun II Suppose in the fantasies of the mind we be held a desirable land with extended slopes of moun tain sides with grand and precipitous heights whose rocks arc precious stones glowing with pris matic colorings mingled with the green freshness of a perennial vegetation saying nothing of a lion radiance with which the most beautiful of natuTtl objects familiar to earth could compare and apiin suppose we beheld how these swelling heights in clined away into the far distance illuminated with its own distinct and prevailing hue all of which the rainbow JIM the prism but faintly represent however much their cheerful colors may gild with gladness many an earthly home To these thoughts arc added many phases of reality whii we be hold the wonderfulexhibitions revealed from the enormous spots presented to our view upon the near side of the sun while quite distinct are the delineations from the opposite side as reflected upon the solar scope We cannot form any positive conclusion as to what all of this array of beauty and grandeur with its sublimity may be fo when we add Jo it our own conceptions of what it is it would be Out an infinite decimal part and we would still come far short of the glory hidden away in that wonderful orb separated front us bysuch a great distance of airless void and darkness that lies between Considering the magnitude of the sun our judgment may be near the mark to conclude that anyone of those brilliantly colored slopes ofapparent mountain sides that suggest to the mind such exceeding grandeur of beauty reach many thousands of miles before we come to the valley that lies at its lowest plane The sun appears to the inhabitants of earth as a ball of fire with glowing flame forever burning and not destroyed whose stream of reddened flame issue forth at times far out into space for many thousands of miles all ofwhich are but fantasies of earths quivering aril refracting atmosphere for it has been demonostratcd that thiun is absolutely invisible from any standpoint outside of the atmosphere of our globe as well as every star that shines above the solar electric current issuing from it not having been dissolved to become component parts of the air which we breathe out of which we have light heat and life Neither docs the earthresound with wise as it rushes on the nigh space at the rate of a thousand miles an hour nor does it hit flrh from its sides the fiery streams of an infernal region because of UK absolute void that js always in its path and resistance is not tit rr while we as human creatures as well as everything of life can hvo without concern of what our earth is doing and though the globe is a dynamo chuck full of electric energy we softly walk upon its surface When we consider how quietly ourplanct of earth revolves through space how harmless arc the elements that compose its energy how we have been deceived as to the infernal exhibitions of the sun and how truthfully it has been revealed to us that the solar orb is the source of all that i beautiful in color and beauty and repose resting in the midst ofa grandeur awfully sublime can we in the contemplation of all tlieje demonstrated facts doubt tat upon the surface of the sun there are abodes of exalted beings who live at the fountain and source of all that we mortals enjoy and if they live at the fountain of all material good do they not also drink at the wells of endless life and bask in the rays of a moral atmosphere illuminated by the light ofa perennial dayBooks and the Home By CARMEN SYLVA Queen at KourniaU QF WHAT use 3a parlor without books or music It is the most mournful coldest room in the louse the quintessence of the good room in which one does nothing but prattle Every room in the house can be made charming even the most unpromising by the use of pictures and looks They must only be the right ones and in the right places am against luxury in homes against too many hangings too thick carpets We turn gratefully to the greatest sim plicity which always has the advantage that enough money is left for a good piano and books With smooth walls hung in oils or water colors or engravings or drawings a chair a desk books where you can reach them andabove them pretty pictures be they only photographs of good pictures and light enough from a large high window what more can one desire Always I must return to this that books arc the main thing in a room and in a house If one surrounds himself wilh the thoughts of all other men he will be exceptionally rich Women would increase their joys if they would read more and think less of their cakes and bed linen- I would prefer to live much simpler cat less and drink not at all if I could only have books When in the evening tine mother sits at the table with her work and the children gather about her with their books what priceless delight for aliIIChildren who read much learn much and are far more educated than those who do not I would not have brought to the table food which the children cannot eat nor books in the library which must be denied the young There is not time to read all the good ones Influence of the PressB- y REV LEANDER TOURNEY Pastor Normal VIlla Diptitt Church Chleiga HE multiplication of bad books is amazing and dis couraging and the aptitude of the multitude for books that hold but do not help that have power to com mand the attention but to do no more is one of the very worst characteristics of the times But notwithstanding all this it was a great day for humanity when thq printing press was thought of It was the printing press that made the Lutheran reformation possible that made tIll American revolution successful Popular government is the child of the printing press and cannot con tinue except by the conservation of intelligence made possible by a free press If there shall ever come a time when the press is really sub sidized it will be a bad time for the liberties of men The press with all its faults is the greatest friend of character and manhood This mighty agent is one of the best servants of religion The religious publishing houses are the largest in the country The Bible is the greatest selling book The service which the printing press does to religion is entirely beyond computation v x Yi o Berea College ijttifN7 f Founded 1866 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 21 States LareiCollege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS i Applied SolnncA Two year Course with agriculture for young moa and Domestic Science for young LadiM Trade Schools Cfcrpentry Printing HoiinstTork Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma AcHiIeiny Course Four years lilting for College for business and for lire College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Bsocalauro tlegreceMusicChoral fre Real Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hore to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our inHtriiction is a free gift Student pay a Htnnll incidental roe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay- for board in mivanc Kxpenne for term 1J Weeks nmy bo brought within 2400 about SIG to be paid in advance The School in oudorned by Baptists Ckrintians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Proobjterians and good peopU of alt denominations r j I rw iitrotmiiu ae FIICKOLY tMmi in srcttrm WILL C OAMBLU Bcrca Madison County Ky The International Bible Seriestae LARGEST UMC OF SCLFPRONOUNCINO BIBLES IW THE WORL tNtt am Reai to ruin LEAR PRINTSCIiOLAIlLY HELP SUPERIOR BINDINGS ted Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE fin seat for tkli Truck Msreea Dtrliltr Clrctlt Era l Caner III Undtr CtfU Urn SILK SEWED Large Type iNUItt- 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o 0 THE WEEKLY HERALD and THE CITIZEN both one year forfonly 125 entitling you to one guess Sond at ouco for blanks g 0 S S o 0 Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky 1 0- o 0 e eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoaoeoeoeoeoi MORPHINE j permanently cured or for drugs or other stimulants We restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remove tho causes of disease A homo remedy prepared by an eminent physician GUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write tom maakattal TnapeaUa Aoolatlto A 7 Wtrk I r THE CITIZEN q IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl I The Home I JBNN1B LESTER lULL Edi- torHIHHJlHHIHH+IHH THE CHILD A rncniinF inndi to n child should religiously ulllllod To disregard n promise iN to tench Hint child n dinrcgard for truth theyof God paronlfl touchers laws of justice nnd courtesy Only tho innn who has learned to obey In lit to govern to mich only cnn wifely ho en truntod the nlfairfl of homo church Hchool and nation It iatho flrht nnd j nlwoluUtly necessary lesson in self niHHtory For lack of this lesson the Scotch band whoso moUxlien will ring through tho ngw gate up his lifo Stevenson was cut down in his 1nUll LiTiiKR 0 CLICK physical three of tho public mhoolsof Greater Now York in upenking of healthful and harmful gRilles says A saw in nn excellent menni of MoriIno Diva children n chnnco lo piny lIIllM n sport it in n great promoter of natural breathing Tench thorn to row swim nnd dive G ruco and charm of manner should not to lout ni htof In the effort for strength Shooting nt n mark with n law and nrrow or toy rifle is nn ex rollout exercise for precision of sight nnd concentration of thin faculties Hull throwing I do not odvimi to nny great extent for girls It nmkwH prominent tho clnvlclo and dwUroys tho symmetry of thin nock n fact every girl is likely to ngrol whon she ohlor loll careful that your Iii tlo ono ploys no game nnd forms no habits that will htrnlu tho spinal cord Watch your chliltVN play as carefully M you wntch iU diet and sloop Jnr Is not made up of great sacri flees or iliitiw but of littlo things of which mnilea and klndnw nnd small obligations given hnbittlnllyare what win and prwrvo tho heart Stltctctl jHWWHHHHWJHWIHj I The School WIRT IllNSMOHB Editor iJOliN PRIMARY LANGUAGE HSTIIKB WHITE D Mlur III There are many ways of limchiug language to primarr pupils I think that valuable language work can bo done in dramatizing a story Tho following is one of tho storionthat wo dramaliza occasionally in my room A pig was tired of living in pen nUll hit decided to go to tho wools and lulls hint a house to live in On hiA way to tho wools ho met a rabbit Good morning pig said tho rnb bit Good morning rnbhitIIRhl tho pig born nroy011 going this bright morning snit tho rabbit I am tired living in a pen nnd I am going to thin wools to build mo a house said the pig May I go with youlsaitl the rab bit What cnn you doY Raid the pig See my sharp tooth I can cut down trees to build your house with wild the rabbit You are just thin ono I want come along with me said tho pig Thoy walked along and they mot n duckQuack quack good morning pig said tho duck Good morning duck said the pig Whoro nro you going this bright morning said tho duck I nm tired living iu n pen and I nm going to tho woods to build mo n houso said tho pig May I go with you said tho duck What cnn you dot said the pig See my broad bill I cnn carry mud iu it yon need mud to plaster f your house Raid the duck You are just tho ono I want come along with mo said tho pig They walked on and they mot a rooster Cockadoodlodoo good morning pit1 said tho rooster Good morning rooster said this pig Where nro you going this bright morning said tho rooster I am tired living in a pen and I nm going to tho woods to build me n house said the pig May I go with you laid tho rooster What can you do1 said the pig III will wake you up iu this morning Ill bo your clcck said tho rooster You are jutt the sue I want come along with me said tho pig Thoy all went to the woods and found a place to build the house Each ono worked until tho house was built Then they lived in it Thoy liked hiir now house and I suspect they are still living there When I told tho pupils thin story I said that they might think over it anti wo would play it the next day When we were ready to play it I ask ed what wo needed Thoy recalled the animals that wore mentioned In tllO htory nut said hat wo must liars a pig n rabbit a duck and n rooster Pupil were chosen to represent hose Any of the pupils me anxious to take such parts ns those and it is wise to select those who mumble or do not talk loud enough Thoy know lint if they do not speak so they ran bo hoard that thor will hiss their places It is quito mirprifting low clear them low mumbling voices Ixcomo In an eiorciho of th- isThe HMHHHHHHHKJMj RoUIi i SILAS CHEBVER MASON HWHJJHWHHHHHHI COCKING HAY TO SWEAT Deluding upon tho weather nut kind of hay to bo cured field sweat ing Incomes a highly important re Hource in haymaking In ntois- wathior bay can hnrdly bo mndo without recourse to sweating nnd it facilitates iui orlanlly the curing of succulent forage This Hweating in volvos tho gradual drying of hay in cocks or heavy rows rather than sprint over tho field Tim fact upon which this practice of sweating is hawMl is that groin continues to ex into water from iU leaf pores under fnvoriugcoiKlitions long afUrcutting Tho hay plant has a svhtcm of circulation that dads not cease in its operation uiil 8 checked by drying nnd severe scotching until thu stems of thin plants are quite well pmupedof water Onco tho leaves are thorough ly scorched tho transpiration of water ceases nut thnlln the stems remains until lost by tho much slower process of direct evaporation It is there fore lest to rnko and cock hay whon tho newly cut field is just fairly woll wilted to let Iho cocks stand for about ntinythis weather being good and fluidly to turn lie cocks out so that tho moibturo exhaled to tho stir face of tho loaves may bo evaporated This plan of curing by sweating is of especial advantage to leafy hay Loaves exposed to this hot stni become crisp long before tho stems euro when the stalks aro dry the loaves break off from brittlonoas causing thin loan of n most valuable portion of tho crop Cocked before becoming crisp tho leaves through transpiration of moisture necessarily remain moist as long do this stems Thoy are saved practically without loss Tho warmer tho day the better fo sweating Warmth facilitates it maydryhelpful effect Therefore cock whilo the hay is warm storing warmth within tho pile The hotter tho weather tho sooner of course it is necessary to cock after cutting in order to prevent leaf scorching This early cocking saves tho hays colo- and aroma bnymnkllJghas In one day out of cock in fitting the hay to bo placed in an open barn or cockwithout salting or treading It cures tho hay more thoroughly and is therefore possibly bettor suited to tanking hay for horse use However tho results for milch cows are not as satisfactory as those obtained through storing sappy hay The sweating method to be sure has a large advantage over several days curing out of cock iu preserving hay against tho worst effects of rain sun and dew N Tribune lunar devoured lijr Wormi Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although rod abundantly Tho entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not as similated but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermi fugo will cause them to cease crying and bogie to thrive at once very much to tho surprise and joy of tho mother 25 coats at East End Drug Co GENERAL UPRISING An Insurrection in the Vilayet of Snlonica East of tho Ymlar River DIVIDED INTO EIGHT DISTRICTS Each Commanded by n Bulgarian Officer With Ion ZoiitchefT as ConiiiiniutcrlnClilef Alleged That the First Three Divis ions of the Bulgarian Army at Phllllpopollt Sofia and Shy sac Was Called Out Balonlca European Turkey Sept 16 A general Insurrection in the vII ayet of Balonlca east of the Vardar river Is announced to have begun Monday Tho region Is divided Into eight districts each commanded by n Bulgarian officer Gen Zontchcff president of tho Macedonian commit teo Is the commander In chlet Sofia Sept IGNo Important step la likely to bo taken at tho present critical juncture pending tho return to tho capital of Prlnco Ferdinand and a reply from the powers or some Inti nation from them In response to Dul garias note The air here Is filled with rumors of mobilization It Is alleged that tho first three divisions of tho army liar lug their centers at Sofia Ihllllixipo Us and Sllvnac have been called out In official quarters however It Is do Glared that the only stop actually cided upon Is tho summoning to deI of the first three divisions who from tho army dlirlng the last three years This will give a force of somo 10000 men who will be chiefly employ ed In strengthening tho tho It tolltlerIice totful Doubts are expressed In diplo matic circles whether the Bulgarian noto will bring any decisive results recoglinlzofor Issuing such a document In view of the Immense forces that Turkey IsI protlImltvilayet of Monastir A largo body of troops sent to Pollster mountains to disperse tho bands concealed there were attacked by the Insurgents and suffered heavy losses from bombs Tho Turks also lost many men In a fight near tho monastery of Knmlkla at Okrlda It Is announced that a de tachment of Turkish troops which went to tho Greek monastery of Bare shanl near Monastir to seek a num her of revolutionaries supposed to be hiding In tho building finding none there set fire to the monastery and killed tho servants and tho women At Konsklglavl near Losongrnd a body of Turkish Infantry and cavalry accompanied by a mountain battery fought a three hours engagement with a number of Insurgents Tho Turks had 30 killed and many wounded EXPLOSION IN THE BASEMENT Broadway National Bank Building Gutted By Fire Now York Sept 16The Broadway Notional Bank building at No 327 Broadway corner of Park place was Rutted by fire early Wednesday morn ing At 2 oclock there was an explo slon in tho basement from sonic un known cause and tho fire Immediately roorjThoprompt work of the fire department the spread of the flames to structurerwas ono of thin oldest In its neighbor hood The Broadway national bank severaloweeks ago FOR FALSE IMPRISONMENT P J Lynch and W P Reilly to Bring Suit Against Qov Peabody Cripple Creek Col Sept 16Conn analrJustice of the Peace W P Reilly who Were arrested by the military Monday night and subsequently released Tues day announced their determination to bring civil suits for 100000 damages for false Imprisonment against Gov Peabody Gens Bell and Chase and others connected with their arrest whom they will charge with conspir acy Lynch and Rollly were charged with having criticised acts of tho ml lltla and counseled miners not to re turn President Diazs Birthday Mexico City Sept 16 President Diazs birthday was observed Tuesday and the celebration will bo Wednesday which Is contlnuetI pendence day Congress ble Wednesday and President deliver his annual message Exiles Land At Kingston Kingston Jamaica Sept 16Gen Fouchard an aspirant to tho presi dency of Haytl accompanied by a sea en prominent Haytlcn politicians landed hero They were exiled by President Nord for conspiring to over throw the republic A Military Post Abandoned Washington Sept 16Fort Votes N D has been abandoned as u mill tary post and tho troops stationed there have been transferred to Fort Lincoln N D y STORM IN FLORIDA Further Details of the Destruc tlon Wrought by Knrrican Have Been Received NINE OF A CREW WERE DROWNED Two Lives Lost at Tampa and the Loss in Property Is Placed at 8 50000 It Is Estimated That Half the Orange Crop Around Tampa and One Fourth on the East Coast Has Been Cut Off Jacksonville Fla Sept HDegln ning Friday morning on the east coast and Saturday morning on the west and lasting 24 hours South Florida has been swept by the strongest hurricane known In that part of the state The wires went down at the beginning and railroad service was delayed On that account no details reached here until Sunday Even now they are Incomplete Jacksonville Fla Sept GThe wires south of Palm Beach and Tam pa are still down and will not be In operation for a day or two Further details of tho destruction wrought by the hurricane have been received by mall and passengers on Incoming trains The steamer Inchulva of Ltv erpool owned by the Inch Shipping Co from Galveston lumber and cotton wentIgreat force and breaking Into three pieces Tho captain mates and 14 of tho crew were saved Nine were engineerIMartha T Thomas 750 tons Capt Watts cargo of lumber from Apala chlcola for Baltimore was wrecked nine tulles south of Jupiter The scooner Is split In halt The crew were all saved Grunbers opera house at Palm Beach was partly unroofed as were eight other business blocks which were also damaged In other ways All the boats on the Lake Worth water front excepting three were wrecked and sunk byIstorm a who was struck by the falling cornice of n building died the next day T Y Ilunnlcutt a motorman met bis death near tho Cuesta Hey cigar fac tory In West Tampa Ho received a provcdIwere loss at Tampa will reach 50000 It is estimated that half of the or ango crop has been cut off around Tampa and onefourth of tho east- coast There are no wires south of Tampa and trains are delayed What has happened at Punta Gorda Punta Russa and Myers Is not known It is reported that Punta Uussa has been completely washed away but no com munication with tho place has yet been possible Owing to tho timely warning of the weather bureau all shipping remained In the harbor after Flday morning It Is feared that the schooner Eva J Shenton which sailed for New Orleans early Friday has been lost Much apprehension Is also felt for the steam ship Johnstonc which is reported to have sailed from Mobile for Tampa last Friday Middle and West Florida are antlre ly cut off from the outside world A train which left here Monday morning for River Junction could get no further than Greenville There Is no wire connection beyond Drlfton Both these places are approximately 100 miles west of Jacksonville THE PUBLIC FUNDS Fifty Natlonel Banks Designated as Depositories Washington Sept 15 Secretary Shaw Monday designated about 50 na tional banks In various parts of the country as depositories of public funds and ordered about 4000000 deposited with them Little of this money went to banks In largo cities tho money go- Ing chiefly into agricultural regions selectItho Pacific coast Mains and Florida each getting a good share Most of the distribution was In tho cotton and tho grain growing regions Grounding of the Massachusetts Washington Sept 16The finding of the court of Inquiry relative to the grounding of the battleship Massachu setts on Egg Rock Shoal Frenchmans bay on August 12 last has been re ceived at the navy department Tho board exonerates tho officers and crew of tho Massachusetts and recommends that no further proceedings bo had In the matter Will Appeal the Knapp Case Columbus 0 Sept 11 Thomas N Darby and Victor Schafer attorneys for Alfred Knapp the strangler asked tho supreme court Thursday to com pet the stenographer of Butler county to furnish them a copy of the official report of the trial for use in carrying up the case Will Meet In Buffalo In 1905 St Louis Sept 15Tho biennial convention of tbo Brotherhood of Rail way Carmen of America which has been In session here for the last week Monday completed its business and decided to meet la Buffalo la 1905 on THE PRINTERS OATH Clause Denounced By Catholic Clergy Originated In Cincinnati Cincinnati Sept 12The oath of fidelity to the International Typographical union which Is just now causing so much trouble between the union and certain Roman Catholic priests who object to It subversive of Royalty to both itate and church had its origin In Cincinnati The clause of tho International Typo graphical union which has Incurred tho opposition of a Wisconsin priest who declares he will refuse tho offices of the church to a union printer so long as it stands reads as follows That my fidelity to the union and my duly to the members thereof shall In no sense bo interfered with by any allegiance that I may now or hereafter owe to any other organization social political or religious secret or other wiseIt was adopted about six years ago and grew out of a peculiar local cir cumstance Seven or eight years ago a number of subs on a local dally found themselves subject to an unequal division of the substitute work In tho office There was no rule that distributed tho work In turn among them and It came to be seen that a few men were getting the work so regularly as to be in almost constant employment while others would get only a few days employment The substitutes who were left could not understand It for a long time but as they talked it over It came to be discerned that tho substitutes who wore buttons denoting them as members of this or that fraternal organization were do tag the work while those who bad no buttons In the lapels of their coats were the fellows who were getting on ly an occasional days work The trouble was brought lip In tho union and fought through to a finish A resolution was adopted changing tho obligation so as to cover tho al leged defects Later an almost iden tical resolution was Introduced in tho International Typographical union and the Cincinnati delegates won out on It COMMANDERINCHIEF BLACK He Named His Personal Staff and Issued His First General Order Chicago Sept 11Gen John C Black recently elected commanderln chief of the Grand Army of the Repub lie Thursday appointed his personal staff and Issued his first general order In the form of a fraternal greeting to the members of the organization In the ensuing year tho national head quarters will be In Memorial hall Chi cage and will be In charge of Adjt Gen Charles A Partridge The follow- Ing were named as members of the staff Adjutant general Charles A Partridge of the department of Illi nois quartermaster general Charles Burrows of the department of New Jersey Inspector general Edwin B Messer of tho department of Iowa judge advocate general James Tanner of the department of New York AT MKINLEYS TOMB The Widow Placed Floral Tributes on the Casket Canton 0 Sept 15 Monday the second anniversary of the death of the late President McKinley was not ob served by any formal program In Can ton Flags wero lowered on public buildings there were somo short ref erences made In the various depart ments of tho schools to the life and death of McKinley and carnations wero worn as a silent tribute by nu merous citizens Mrs McKinley in the forenoon mado a special trip to tho McKinley vault in Wcstlawn cem etery and placed floral tributes on the casket Numerous floral pieces receiv ed from strangers were also placed In the tomb Mrs McKinley Is In good health NEW ELKS NATIONAL HOME Two Members of the Board of Governor Have Been Selected Louisville Ky Sept 15 GrancTEx ailed Ruler Joseph T Fanning B O E who was In this city Monda night announced the selection of two of tho members of the board which Is to govern tho new Elks national home Past Grand Exalted Ruler Meade E Wetweller of Harrisburg Pa Is to bo chairman of the board and the other named is Thomas Mc Nulty of Baltimore Mr Fanning stated that he had not decided as yet upon tho third member of tho board Use of Colors In Butter Making St Paul Minn Sept 12W W P McConnell state dairy commissioner has Issued an order effective January 1 next forbidding the use of aniline or coal tar colors for butter making This action Is taken under the new state pure food law New Form of AnlmsJ Life Los Angeles Cat Sept ItCaUfor nla has developed a new form of ani mal life 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up lifes hill we journey Let ecatter all the way Kindly words for they arc runrhln In the dark and cloudy day Drudge no loving word or action Ae along through life you go There are weary ones around you If you love them tell them Mollie 1 Clayton Id Galveston News III A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Aulhcrcl Mn alArm The sn e a Tory Etc a Copytirbt igor by J B Llrplocoll Co All debts reserve CHAITEH II CONTIXlK- DUoKsiter was more than surprised at this spontaneous proposal He way not accustomed to gratitude nod that he should Inspire anyone with enough confidence to suggest auch nn arrangement struck him with something like amazement Hut the more he meditated upon the suggestion the more tempting it was to him Three weeks anti a half had yet to elapse before the first of Octo ber If he should decide to return and accept the otter made by his brothers acquaintance here was nn opening which would enable him to go back with a little money in hlR pocket doubtless more than he could earn OB a hostler Its mighty good of you to men tion such a thing said he Are you sure you really mean it Mean IU echoed the young man well I guess Then Im with you exclaimed Jlosxiter surprised the instant he had poken nt his own earnestness and decisionMy names Joe Becrnft said the young man and this is my brother JimMine is Philip Hosslter 1hll if you like said the vagabond and then he was suddenly conscious that he hail given his full name for the first time In three years toss he bad been accustomed to call himself when there was any question of identity It It a good omen he asked him ae1f or is it but the beginning of another failure CHAPTER HI OFF FOR TilE HOPFIELDS You see Its like this Joe Be craft was saying an the three trudged slowly in the blazing sun across the meadow towards the city Tho mill where Ive been workln these six years nn where Jims just tartln in has shut down a month for repairs BO were gettln a holiday Ma always goes plckin hops an Maine shes my sister but Jim nn toe we aint so lucky every year You like it then inquired lion ttcrYoud better believe I do Sod you if you were shut up in a mill all the rest of the time Havent you a good position Oh yes Im not kickin Im nderoverxeer in the cardlnroom Ill get to be overseer perhaps one- Clf these days nn then= He broke off There was a happy look in his eyes and he gave a little laugh while Jim chuckled audibly What are you ssiickerin at you J young jayl cried his brother mak ing h pretense of being provoked and vainly trying to cuff the offender The more Itosslter talked with the elder Decrnf the more did he grow to respect If not to admire him he won so wholly natural so Independent fso selfpoised and yet no entirely without conceit lie was un etlucuted save in a rudimentary way having been the mainstay of the family for right years yet he kept himself informed on the topc of the day and had his opinions on public affairs which were more free from bias than the views held by meat of those In his station In life Crude lie was but earnest frank and warmhearted and Itosslter was shamed when he contrasted his own weak ness and lack of purpose with this young fellows unassuming utrengtlu As the three reached the square beyond the railway tracks liosslter noticed that Joe liecraft was begin ring to lag arid show signs of ex lianstion Youd better have a drink of whisky to brace you up he said A milkshake will do the bust t scss Ikcraft replied Its too hot for whisky May be youd like a nip t though he added with a peculiar j sidelong glance which the vagrant taught It was as though he younger mai was surmising what time elders habits might be potbeftiUii scrgtlayl Jm pot luucli pa itt J Jit1lf L f Iv J c whisky myself 1 like a little beer now and again however Yes beer ain t had but the shake la what I need now I feel a bit empty They stopped nt n small corner drug store where all three hail the ddnk which Joe Becraft craved though the clerk looked askance when he came to serve Jtosslter- My mothers wnltln at the Cottage hotel Bald the elder Itecraft when they again stood upon the side walk Thats where the hop wagons to come for us about two oclock Now before we go tip for we want you to come along with us lIe got something to propose Youll take it all right wont you Perhaps I know what It Is an swered Itossiter for several tithes lift hud seen liecraft furtively regard lUg his hair and beard Do you- I can guess Well If thats the ease you alnt Agoln to mind are you You can pay me back you know Youll trust ma to pay you back t irnV Trust you t01 Why of course I will Youll pay me If youve got aythln to pay with an youll have it all right after a little I dont believe there are many who would take your view of It lrnps not for to tell the truth you aint what the boys would calla swell But a shave an it heir cutll toke n sight of difference I know of n place close by where well go A chap from our town keeps It As they turned from the main thoroughfare which was called Ken eseo street a putT of warns wind blew a cloud of dust In their faces Thunderlejaculnted Joe Be craft Ive swallowed enough nasty stuff for one day1o you know he added for a decent city this town Is one of the dirtiest golnI Taint ail bad as It used to be but lta plenty bad enough Kossltcr was not posted in the rant ter of municipal ttreetcleanlng so he did not reply to these observa tions They had not walked more than n block when they sow n barbers striped pole and entered a little shop where a dapper young man with elaborately brushed hair nnd a not overclean white duck jacket was making change for n customer whom he had been shaving Hullo Joel said this individual what are you up to Oh the mills shut down for n few weeks an Im oft hop pickin with the fatally answered liecraft Friend of mine here he continued indicating Itossiter wants you to fix him up The barb rs attention was for the first time directed to the companion of the Becraft brothers Say he began No Jollyln now Interrupted Joe lie took an oath a while ago that he wouldnt get a shave or hair cut till you cleaned your streets properly but hes backed out The barber exploded In a guffaw Lucky for him he has he an- sweredhmless he means to hire out to Forepaugh or Buffalo Bill as the wild man of Borneo While Ilossiters locks were being trimmed and his beard removed Joe Becraft and his tonsorial friend kept their tongues continually wagging Their conversation had chiefly to do with the town of their nativity and a certain portion of its inhabitants and Ilocciter listened with not a little Inward amusement for each young roan had In his way a sense of broad humor that flashed out In their com ments upon people Finally the barber task was accomplished and he removed the soiled apron from Hog Biters neck with a flourish and a There you are sir Gosh Joe Becraft exclaimed I wouldnt believe you were the same fellowThe change In the vagabonds appearance was indeed great Ills rather large clearcut features showed to an advantage without beard or mustache and though the lines of his chin indicated a lack of decision one studying his face for the first time would have said that its possessor was endowed with a strong Individuality His deep brown eyes were laughing and grave by turns The discontent and bitterness which showed in the expression of hls mouth were not to be seen habit ually Dissipation had left no mark upon his countenance for although at times Hosslter hud imbibed freely he was very far from being a drunk ard indeed he had no special taste for liquor nnd had frequently resorted to it not much because he craved it as because it took him out of himself Becraft produced some silver and paid his townsfellow Its my treat today he ex plained They now retraced their steps to Kencseo street and followed thin thoroughfare until they came to the elaborate liftbridge spanning the Ontario canal From time to time Becraft regarded his new friend speculatively Say he at length broke out as the three patisfd and leaned over the railing idly stannlng ti steam packet that was moored below youve been- used to a different sort of life havent you 1 Hofisitcr did not reply at once Yes he said finally Hail an education an all that Yet 7 thought so You dont talk like well like most of the people I knowIm not aware of any difference Oh yes you are That you would be if youd stop to think about it 2lot thrOUgb b k1J1l3o e aims tt ago at Jeatt I so Imagined until latelyYou know on education said Be craft not heeding Bosslters last re mark is Fomcthlog Im always wish InI hind Its a great tiling Ive certainly not done very much with mine replied the wanderer Howd it happen Its hoard to say I dont doubt another you for Instance would have profited by it but as for me lie ended with an expressive shrug of his shoulders They continued to look nt the steampacket for several minutes longer anti titer resumed their walk towards the Cottage hotel Dont blicve wed better say nnythin about miryawhnnmin ex perience to Ma Jim observed Joe Becraft ale they left the inolii street for the narrower thoroughfare where the hotel they sought wax situated Like as not shed have a blue fit- Bet she would replied Jim Slits pretty neurons about my health sometimes Joe explained You see father died o conxump tlon Why should your say anything to her about It Inquired ISusstter Certainlyso far as I am aware theres not the slightest reason for your doing Oh but I want her to know some May what you did for me Ill tell her about it up in the hopyard She wont take on so there 1 mean she wont give it to me quite so strong about bein careless nn all that Have It as you willsnid ItossI ter but I simoumId lit rather pleased If you made no mention of It what everIm goln to Introduce you said Toe ns a friend whos done me a good turn Thatll explain our fetchln you along Itosslter now deserted In the dis mace the staring letters Cottage Hotel above a large and rambling HE MADE TUB DKSIHED ALTERA TIONS wooden building so he Intimated that before lie met the mother and sis ter of huts companions he would like to make a slight change tn his ap parel- Ive got another shirt lu here he said displaying his bundle that looks more presentable than this one Im wearing Ma aint over particular said Joe but as Hosslter Insisted they turned up at the side of the hotel and sought the tablet where the vagrant made the desired alteration lie could but smile to himself at he was affecting this the experience was 10 novel to him It was many a long day since he had given much heed to what soy one thought of him The motel stood upon a corner and on two sides of It there was a wide veranda at one end of which mother and daughter were sitting The girl Vai a plain shy miss of 17 while the mother proved to be a woman of ample proportions with a worn but kindly face which showed that her path through life had not been among the roses Her manner towards Itosslter was at first marked by a decided reserve but when her son ex plained that he was indebted to the gentleman fur a very particular favor she thawed perceptibly and later when Hosslter contrived to compliment Joe while the latter was not listening she quite beamed upon him ROIl thereafter the newcomer watt fully established in her good graces Though her experience Iii the world had been limited like her elder son she was u person of obser vation and treated Koxsiter with something akin to deference detecting in him u superiority of breeding It was not long before the clock In the city hall not fur distant pro claimed the hour of noon u fact that was reiterated by sundry whistles of different tones in various parts of the cityYou might ns well be gettln tint lunch out Mamie said Mrs Itecraft to her daughter I presume time boys are ready for It we hud such uu early breakfast Itossiter now rose remarking that he would join them later No you dont announced Joe Be craft You aint gout to run oil like that Weve got enough for ourselves an two or three snore Besides youll offend Ma if you skip out when theyn uny eatln goln on Shell take It as- a slight to her cookln There was n general laugh at this and us Mr Becraft assured Itoshiter that her son knew her fulllngx hew us without much dltllculty persuad ed to resume his seat Mamie Becruf noon emerged from the hotel parlor tuna designated by n little strip of tainted tin fastened above the door bearing a capacious bosket which was found to contain an abundance of bread and butter doughnutf and cookies Joe darted across the way and purchaser a bag of peaches from U fruit vender and then the al fresco fcnat proceeded with much gusto You tee what I have to provide for Mr Itosltr said Mrs Becraft smiling at Jim who was rapidly mak ing away with bits fourth fried cake But dear me their appetite now BOJLJo to jiLjit It yiU btf rIlgn I l1L = t get Into the hop fields I dont 1ieo what Mrs Merton vrlll say when she sees how her pica nn things disappear Did you ewer linear of the Mer tons Its to their place we are goln you know lies goln too put In Joe Oh Indeed I didnt under stand said Mrs Becraft I suppose mebbe youre acquainted with time peopleNo 7 Im not said HossHer Well Mr Merton Is one of the largest hop growers near Hlnton vlllc Ills farm U about Si tulle from time village Youve been there then Yes last year Mamie an I but the boys never have Soon others began to arrive at the hotel and by halfpast one as ninny us 25 people men women boys nod girls had gathered tin or about the piazza A few wrr acquaintances of Mrs Becrnft nnd her daughter amid there was u slight Interchange of talk A subdued air of expectancy however pervaded the company and time eyes of ninnyof the male portion more particularly were constantly turned In the direction of K iieco street Just before two there was a cry of Here he come followed by n grim eral motrinrnt towards time railing on the port of those upon the veranda Over the meads of two boys who hind crowded In front of him Itosslter lie held n long wagon with seats run ning longitudinally drawn by two powerful horses moving leisurely to wards the hotel The driver perched upon n seat considerably higher than the bodyof the wagon swayed trout one side to another as the clumsy vehicle rattled over the cobblestout pavement the smooth asphalt tensing nut yet been laid In front of time Cottage hotel Its Jack Purmelie HosMter heard Mniult Becraft say to one of lier brothers lies Mr Mrrtont tirotherInluw an oversees flu form The Indhldunl In qucMlon HII rn ergetlc npjienrlng nun of about 43 his hat pushed back upon lilt htat the dust clinging to his broxvu beard and canning it to seem flecked will gray presently pulled hU horses up before the hotel nail surveyed those gathered upon the sidewalk and ve randa All here he demanded Ms gruff voice sounding ns though It night hoe proceeded from his boots Well pile in he added smut giving anyone time to answer Any trunk Those who had belonging hastened to load theta Into the wagon then there was a goodnatured scramble for seats Itossiter assisted Joe with the two satchels and large basket eon taming the possession of the lit craft family and then nand him self seated between the two brothers with Mrs Hcel aft and her daughter opposite All right there Inquired Jack Iarmelee surtcylng tint loud from his superior height with a glow of satisfaction HlghtS cried someone Get up cried the animated Jehu The big horses braced themselves the heavy wagon moved and the journey to the hop fields was begun ITo Be ConllnuraI FREE6 FOR MESS OF OYSTERS How a MIn Serf Obtnlarrf HU Freedom Although lie Could Not Hay II M Schalouchlne father of the wellknown Husslun bunkers was formerly a serf of Count Schmere inetleff lie hind become Immensely wealthy through trafficking in grain und sheep yet he could not obtain his freedom though he offered to pay the count 220000 for It says the Toronto Globe One day he went to St Petersburg on Lushness anti took with him a small barrel of oysters aa a present for his master When he arrived at the hotel he found the cuuat In very bad humor because he had or itered oysters for his breakfast and a servant hash just Informed him that there were none In the market Oh Its you cried the roint when he saw his serf who was also millionaire and I suppose youve come for your freedom Well Its no use for Ive got all the money I want and so you cannot buy It nt any price Ill nuke this bargain howeur with you get me some oys tars for my breakfast and Ill set you fi eGentlemen you have heard the counts words said M Schnlouchlnr turning to n few guests who hind been muted to breakfast rind consequently you can net as witnesses If necessary Then thanking his master ha stepped Into the anteroom and re turned u minute later with n barrel of oysters The root kept his word nail In the presence of Ida guests signed the papers settlng serf fret after which he turned to him and said courteously My dear sir I Lave just conferred n favor on you and now I request you to return the compliment by breukfuntlny with ray friends nod me rise CiinxilHltuiiB of Faith Auntie you are the most charit able person I ever sow You have some excuse for everybody Mebbe I do child but you know I tillers believed pretty firmly in Salmi and when anything happen I jest blame him Instead of my poor fellowcritters Friendly Comment This young man said the proud father Is myonly son And you may well be proud of him rejoined time aged philosophy if he ever nmoimta U imyUJnf Chlcngo Djiily Nawgti A Sweet Tooth IB responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the cause of decay it should be arrested and the Teeth put in good condition We clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine let of teeth at 15 mado on xylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted Z cents The boat amalgam filling 76 cents Special accommodations for patients from i distance who writs for appointments Dr V H Hobson Ogre neat lu ioit roRichmond Ky 4R obtalap a sad norrlsn yauotd tine orntrau-allornyr apeullrIoa yo e InUaa with rb pubitbro lids Yrrreareb aad rrtonoe 4ara SWIFTd CO tsttLaD- pp UQ PdulOeks I uaMptoa G For B bilious attack tape Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by S F Welcb Jr eiLiJourwanta TELEPHOXESCocks IxA talr or Ibonn an Ir4r4 aad fcrrf win Wir ins IXfcftaui w this njoot etui mat It coa action ttxml fnkuooliit ul rallo TLIt U uojplrl Ouim In lu lt aad muctods lb IoEow lur Ho a flaat rr rlr doo KDIrrt An Vit 0- 04ICalllry iVIU JfJ TIIIfivaarsts rLurrmcitKWU RS14wJprrlr viLi Kr A Purgative IUwnr If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or con atipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing un pleasant e fleets They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved W H Howellof Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Littlo Early Risers for consti pation sick headache etc For tale by East End Drug Co nUn REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun cud bornewoven good such as bed corerlida linen dres linsey jeans blaukeU etc at follow lug prtces- Coverllds 4 to 16 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark drNlI3 a pair White linsey and white blankets Ire not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yard 72 Inches wide end 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply ID per sob or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky hlonmcli Trouble I have been troubled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass IJA few tluya wt I was induced to buy a box of Chain berloina stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and fool a great deal better If you have any trouble with your trouble try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by S E Welch Jr fV ant fcniP ILIWIIs MONUMENTS NalsteIra a Ittuar Orasltd Marble Work of all kinds done in ft workmanlike manner at ron onabls prices and with dispatch Allwork gust anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky raH el acIDo4 Rollliu atr5tl Lh p IUUil Vrout Id lcsd- C W Lnndis Porter for the Ori ental Hotel Cbanute 180lIa1OlD know what it was to suffer with non ralgia Meed did and I got a bottle of Mallards Snow Liniment null I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I Lad der posed of my bottle I was cllrllen tirely I am telllu de truth too 25 riot and tt 00 at East End Drug Co A DR M E JONES tc Dentist ae- OClcc r Over ilinling office Office Days Wednesday lo efti ol the week- GARNET d h111 HOTEL Newly fitlrdup Meal Hoard ao l t JlricaoasroDtI r IIou j Richmond KyItR 111a Kohl Illc or Ctininl rrlnln loc lit urly hue sold Chiunborlaiun Cough Rermxly for more than twenty yearn und it has given entire satisfaction I have nold n pile of it and can recommend it highly JOJUH McEtniNtT Linton Iowa You will find thie remedy n good friend when IruuMotl with n cough or cold It always Jords n quick relief and is pleasant toItakeor sale by S K Welch Jr Without Harness The beat horse lu the world la of lit tie use With well nude perfect flttlujr harness on he bwomeB both useful and ornamental If style it desired our h10 IUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It in light handsome said very durable If strength is the main considers Iou our i 20 TEAM HARNESS will moot all reqiiiretuenU Couldnt be stronger if it was ell iron T J Moberly Rlcbmood Ky CROUP Usually begins with the nymptonu of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded res piration Give frequent small dosen of Dallarda Horohoimd Syrup the child will cry for ilaad at tho first sign of a croupy cough apply fro quently Ballnrdo Snow Liniment ex ternally to tho throat 60 cents nt East End Prug C- oooGROCERIES and DRY GOODS Frultt and Vegetables a Specialty Sole aat for Banner Cream BrciA APPOSITE UIOCTIII Mill I P f a p 1AA1 a f THE FARM CARRIAGE Tfccrr le Ho Hr aaa AVIir H Should Mu I He Cu lu fit rlii lit r Ike 1rar ArouuJ A llttln desire IliuUratad by the Rural Nrw Yorkl r will add much to the com fort of riciiij In a canopy topped ear rlfcRc wht re annoyance fr ejutntl Kit JiPin till pun rhlnltiK In at one rid e or otlie r or at the Luck It may be A plrcrofcloth pr f trably eif the mrne Hill TTINO Ol T fill KlN color tn the iipholMtrliiRof the carrlage- le piiilul ovtr two ttnil of rlirtln lletKr are rtw d at the ends of thcr Iwedp8 ihowii the hooki being cover fli with cloth This little curtnln ran than be ctrl tched and hooked to tin up rirtitw on either fide of the cnrrUie or mina the tack puttlnc It at the right titlfilil to protect the fare from thcum It will stun rerve exctllrntly all a wind brenk If Vie hooVf UP corrrrd with rubber ttry will be lem Inclined torllp CARE OF DIRT ROADS II fliKiill 5nl Be ItrlniPil In tier AR taltisn fur lair ubmil r Illalatia In CiU4nR over a nutuUr of our di fClAdll last rill I noticed that alma withe ut txcr ptlon they were In n dr plor IIItnleImperative in took after theta moreI the wale r runtlngoff properly Krnurd irlfeta Thr tide ditches rhould tie cleaiii ctt and the ilulce llIfltnga clenrrd e f rltrnd fallen gram In place the water bad broken across the rot I owitK to An ijUtriicted ditch and there Tverc fat i tr aches where drainage wan ao bud Imt water wan almost em a level with tile wheel track Whn road go Into the winter In thi way look nut for trouts In tilt rprlnp and lots or ItThttc roads hail been worked and rhaptd up Ircpcrly In the spring or early fiimmer- li uppriipilatlonii had been expended and the rmtda were then allowed to hlft for tlmrfflvfp know of one roar alder who HiMktK It n practice to pi over his rok4 with hovel immediately ftrevery Iieavyraln Afcwihovelfula removed htre and a few added there tave litany iloilar of expense later on and hrrp the rut In remarkably getodfhap One never UIII any loop itones In the rond bed In that dtdrlct either nut an a rule ffcrmffK who art uaualiy the road anakUni are too buoy with their affair al Lome lo think aboutthcroadnalttich llm n In the aitatlen for macadam roads It In to be fearetl that the dirt twtit may bt peglectrd be looked upon all tyllll to W ndurt until the peon one may take thelr place This shout tint be for however the problem of tau lion of Ibc farmer for done made may IJe tolrtd It rtlll true that macadam tied road for all our rural etctlonp at about eg far off as the millennium Country rerneln in the fprloj are I a rule KoiiutlilnK Intolerable but the remedy It not Ju atone road but In an Imprnvr kirnt nf the dirt road and a better eye lf m of inttntalnlns them With grad- Ing off of Sll and nilltig In of low place with uiirlrrdraluaKe and with constant upcrvlnlnn by romJlIn rood builder dirt toads would be different from what thry art At the same time thlll kind of work would be preparatory tfi the tone rurfacc which would ultimately be added Thslawslnnlatlon tothnrnnln tcnnncet of our common roads nerd overhauling and the administration rf them bo placed In more tclentlflc and com rctrnt hands titan It Is at JJrlfoeotGrunl- DlIllIln Rural Kew Yorker Nntpn nn imrnltnir Milk 11V Newman In a tnlktoaCaimrtlnn dairyman Bald Milk fresh and warm nn It cornea from the cow in In the beet i condition for reparation Otherr e e 4nerato and cool to M degree When ready to reparate heat the milk agate above 90 degrees by canto contlnttoti limit r that will hold sufllclent mill to keep the separator going at least five minute Butter fat Is not a goodron doctor of heat not equal to skimmed milk therefore viiffldvnt time for ex Ianlon of theft rhonhl be allowed fee fore milk is fed into rrparatnr Heatlnc milk reduce lit vlncetrlty Increases nle- 4allrlly nod Inttire more riehauptlve reparation Avoid vibration low sprrxl ovrrfr tdlnR separator low temperature err making very heavy cream by adjust tint frprllo of fled Corn It Is very Important to depend upon rcn e seed corn for the main part oi the crop and not upon Imported sevd Select eu of rorn for fired which have kernels of as nearly uniform sire and rhkpti all po Blble otherwise It will bi IropoHBlble to secure an even stand with any pJaiiter The shape of tbe eRr mould hI cyUudrloal from butt to tip this meanrf VClI regular deep kernels CBulting In a iraRe per cent of corn to ob The tapering ear Is undesirable the rows cf lit reel should run parallel with the cob Etralglit and regular Ma1 WorleL I TREES AND ROADSIDES Appropriate l ullnsrr In l rullrretAdd In thr nettle and VIw at II n ml Irnprrly Col William F Fox elate niperin ttndeut of forests New York In his re cent pamphlet fret Planting on Streets and Highway elltcums lba relationships of trMoI and roads erpe dally In reference to the dryners of the latter He rays Trees should be pet out along every road for shade lu addition the farm lane can be lined advantageously with fruit or nut bearing treed that will bring money to their owner and add to the attractive appearance of hili surround t1ngp Objection may be made In dome localities to placing trtem along a pub lic road because their shade would tend to make It wet and muddy If such con dillon exist the suit la In the road and not In the trees there are tome very muddy highways along which nothing has bUll planted Although a row of trees may retard somewhat the evapo ration ot molMure at the surface of the roadbed at the same time they drain ita foundation by the rltlll absorption of water through their roots When a roadbed Is properly cocptructed drained and ditched the tret will do no harm on the contrary they will furnish a grateful shade to the traveler and pre vent dust without creating mud There are road along which no trees are allowed because tome resident ar gut that the sun Is needed to dry up Ihl mud and ilourhs which In prlnK make traveling sow and illfflcult Hut In summer the punbaked mud Is puhvr lad under the wagon wheels creating clnnds of duet that are worse than mud With a well built highway shaded by trees both of these nuliAnces would bt avoided Even a poor road will permit of one row of trite which should be placed on the south or writ side as Its direction may require n temper the hut of the afternoon anusOne nf tin freest smoothest roads In the state may he found In the Adirondack flireif from St Hubert Inn to the Aupable lakes and yet It Is well shaded by tetra that meet overhead shutting out the sun exrtpt where the road Is pecked riwith light that streams through Iha op Dlngs In the leafy cover lint the road was rODtrllrhd In proper of suitable material Irull purity and tool the air In value of iiirroundlog prop rely and are pleasing to the eye They should be placed along the hlghwa s on our village and city streets on lawn and In parks and wherever shade or shelter may be needed Planted In com memoration of persona or events they Worm living monument that endure when the Inpcrlptions on the yellow mo pcovtred marbles of the churchyard lire no longer legible We are entering on an era of good rondo lint the good wol of the toad builders will not be complete until trees are planted at proper distance on each side of the highway In his annual report for 1901 the state engineer of New York stated that the actual toll of 134 miles of stone macadam roads was S7955 per mile It takes IfC trees to plant each side of a highway for oat mile having put J7000 or 18000 on the roadbed three surely should be no objection to paying iib0 or 100 roor In order to have a cool shady driveway Why not amend the law to ae to lcluU e tree plantlog A HAY FORK CARRIER UIr Car MI r Ilarr Net Prk Irou Ike Harden elk Loded 1Van- d It consist of aware rope C stretched from the end nf the trek A ton wooden cylinder 1R 4 Inches In diameter Rud- I 18 insure lung around which a few turns are given Two short pUkf DD are cut from a 4x4 inch pcsntllni and drlvto nAY PORK CAltniER slantingly Into the ground to hold the roller In position A grooved pulley E runs freely on the wire and from Its axle is suspended a pound weight F as shown In the cut given hero the rope 0 runs over the pulley II which II firmly attached to the lower side of the track The wire rope Is made of two number nine common fence wire twisted together When in use the upper end of the rrpo that runs through pulley H is attached to the hay fork rope which carries tbe fork It Is thus carried up with the loaded fork and bring it back by gravitation when empty Try It and pee how much lathe It saves you Nortrmu Atkins in Eplt omlst Saw TIn cad Vorrjr Did you ever go lulu a factory and no lice how expert the workers are with their hands bow almost automatically the motions are made Did you ever notice too how everything stood In just the right place and always In tbe tame place How much faster the people coujd work than you nould Your hand alto can learn to work without walling for brain and cyee to tell them where to find things if your tools And clothea are at ways In the same plan the right place of course You work at your best when you do not have to waste thought on routine work AgrJculturrJ JZpltomlst JTHE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lcaaon In the lulrrratlarntIertrfns Kviilrinbrr IIMIII AUklllirnre frolr c u TilE LESSON TKXT I 1el 4M1- J ForBtmucli turn us Christ hnlh suffered for ui In the ilf h urm joiir tlvtn ilktwUe with the same mind lor he irnt lath IIuf Irrtil lit the fledli hah craned Irum stn- t Thnl he no louder flioulJ live the rut of his lime In the arch 10 the irate of men but lo the will uf God 2 Kor Ihe lime past of our life may uiric lie lu have wrought tb will of tlieU ntlle xuen we walked In la rtvlouiii iUt lice of winerevrillnasbanquetiogrnnda- bominable Idolutrlo Wherein they think It strange that e run not with Item to the cube txesm of riot speaking evil of oui Who tlmll tcly account of him thnt l ready to judge the quick and the dude For for thlk aqua wok Ite civprl preached also lu them that are deed thut llity mlKhl be Judged acccrOInK to mm Jii tut nh but live according to C5cil In the Mlrlt Hut the Hid of all things la at hand bee therefore sober arid walch unlo prayer And nbove ail thlnK hove Itrvtnt charily among cuneiva far charity heel cover the multitude of tint fte hotpllallly one lo tnolhtr without trudrliK As evry man haul received Ihe flit even to minister the same our to nnolher a rood fltwurdi of the manifold grace of Ocd If any man peak let Mm speak an the oracles of Ood If any man mlnliter Ipl him do It as of the ability whkh ODd rlvrtli hat nod In all thlngi may be Kiorlfltd through Jesus Christ to whom be pmlte read dominion for ever and ever Amen eiOIIIKV TKTrlir put drunk nllli velar tlirrrlii la rsrrmii IJpli AilH OtTllNE OK fiCHIITUnB fiKtTION- Ilavlni ehfUfs rnind1 Ptt IC Uelng ftrvenl In IOYCi IH 47 Arilnir n good 1nllllel 410 TIMK HuppoJed la be A D PLACEZlomNOT AND CO ImNTS This Important part of the New Tr sta tent was probably written by Simon Peter near the close ol the eventful life It is hopeful letter of Christian comfort written to both Jewish and Gentile believer In the provincesof Atla nor who apparently were suffering persecu tion fur their faith It was probably written at Rome Hastings Bible dic tionary the name llabylon In 513 probably referring to that city It Is very likely that Peter hind come to Home to visit Paul in Ida imprisonment and an HllvanuB Silas was going to Asia Minor as Paula delegate the other apostle took advantage of the opportunity to send hU greetings nod encouraging exhortation to the Christians there who were In trouble The letter dues not dlicups doctrines but Is full of practical advice for everyday life The theme of the letter IB the true Christian In suffering Arm ye yourselves also with the came mind The best protection In Ihu world against sin and temptation suffering and despair ta a mind llto ChrlUB serene patient and unselfish He that hath suffered Suffering often nets like a purifying lire consuming the drove of pelflf hncfs and tin In a human life HuvelllnK The Greek word refers especially to village merrymak lugs with which were aotoclattd the unrestrained immoralities of heathen festivals The same excess of riot Tbe difficulty of living ft pure Christian life In the midst of such vile tmrround inga must have been much greater than today Yet In many quarters wlne bib blng reveling and carouslngs are still popular and we need to be reminded that such customs are utterly out of liar many with the mod or ChrUt and can not be Indulged In without Htlous con sequences We notice that Indulgence In strong drink leads to the whole list of vice mentioned here It is the moth er of crimes and the breeder of vices George Dana Doardman pointedly says All Banyan Pilgrim represented In the earlier portion of his journey all always carrying upon hU back a huge bundle of sine so each traveler In the drunkard broad road to death is bearing a great bundle of woes Among them are losse of time of talent of pur ity of a clean conscltncee selfrespect cf honor of religion of the soul The saloon darkens the family ob trucli biislnes arrests Industry impedes progress deranges plans estranges partners undermines houpes towers perconal standing debauches politic It is the nurse of tOptical dictators and lobbyists The true ubstltute for the evil allurements of the saloon is cordial good fellowship among ChrIstian people being fervent In your love amongyour selves and using hospitality When good people earnestly compete with the saloon In offering hospitality on a broad democratic basis then the lIlnlllltll lion will be doomed It thrive today less on the base appetitefl of men than on the human craving for comradeship goe dfellowhlp Meanwhile let us be thankful that more and more the drinking man is getting to be the man for whom the world has no room that men who drink are bring forced out of employ ment because all railroads and great corporations and ninny private employ erll who hire men for posltlonR of re ponlblllty nail trust will not risk their money their property and human llvas as well with men whose nerves are unsteadied whose eyes are bleared and brains befogged by alcoholic drink The most effective of nil temperance legisla lion Is this rigid prohibition which la rapidly becoming the law of our strenu ous modern business life PRACTICAL BtQGKSTIONS- If one Is armed with the mind of Christ It will make but little difference what men say about him If one IK armed with the mind of Christ his heart will be filled with love for the burdened If one la armed with the mind of Christ he will be courageous In meeting evil The only work that lasts Is that which cotnea first In our lives As soon as our plecBure begin to rule us we begin to luethJI1 BRITISH WORKMEN Statistics Show That Their Wages Are Being Reduced O rr 7200O InnntU n AVrrli lsa InIO fur Liilurr In IIMI2 Hum In 11IOI Coal Mlurra and Milliliullilcru- Pinflrr lust The icpcrt on wages and hours of la tor for 1102 recently Issued by the lint lab labor upnrtmrnt shows that one workman in every ten experienced tome change In wages during tbe year Nearly WOOO received advances amounting to f1i30 n week oranuver age ot one shilling two pence a brad 791000 iitilalntd dent Hien amounting to about JU78000B week or an ave rage re ductlon of about two shillings a lit ad During the year there lore on an aver age JC727CO a week Iris was paid In wages than during the previous year The department txtlmaUH that during 1902 about 2300000 lens was paid for wages than In 1901i In 1901 about 81 r00000 Icfg than In 1900 but in 19CO there wax a big menace over US9 amounting to JCfi000000 Coal miners and men In the ship building trade accounted between them for almost the whole or the 1802Cemafe Builders Iron and steel workers textile workers and workers in the clothing trade nil experienced rica Taking a period of ten years from 1E9319Q2 the whole of the lime statistics have Lan collected there Is nn Increase cf about seven pence per hrad per week all round In 1S02 under sliding scale agree tents 172SS8 changes of wags were made by conciliation boards or arbitra lion 541152 and by the parties them iclvcn 17C21C For the hours of labor there was in 1502 a reduction In hours worked per week of 1024SC8 from 1901 In U93 worker put In 23S 491l1ourll ptr reek more than they did last year The de crease in 1902 as compared with 1901 Is accounted for by legislation that affected the textile trades and printing bleaching1 and dyeing works The wages of agricultural laborers have been rising regularly clnce 1S9G end the Increase per week In H02 cs compared with tack week In 1S01 amounted to 1400 NOVEL PLAN TO KEEP TENANT CliloaEo lnidlady InniiciirntrK eir Iklnnl Prlirmr lij Lurking tp towers lard Mother Incarcerating a tenants relatives In n cellar in order to persuade the raid ten ant not to move is a new thing In the list of landlords wiles The originator of this scheme Is said lobe Mrs Amanda 1ankow who owns a house In Harlem near Chicago Her tenant Fred Btihr together with his i2year old mother was the victim of Mrs iankoWs pcherce alleges liuhr- Iluhr rays that he recently rlgnified to his landlady his desire to depart from her hospitable roof at which she pre tested Her arguments and pleadings were of no avail for Mr Huhr went on with his preparations for moving In lilt busy moments he forgot his mother and when he looked for her to lead her to her new home the was rot to be found Ho called out her name and she replied from the depths of the cellar He went down lo open the dror and found It lockedHis mother told him that tin Pankow had lured lien Into the place locked the door upon her and departed with the key Buhr started In to demolish the door and release his mother when the landlady appeared upon the scene and tried lo detain him Thereat he pushed her aside he rays But the thinks dif ferently for she had hIm arrested for assault and tottery MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 10 CATTIE Common 12 40 0 a 75 Heavy steers 4 85 fi 5 25 CALVES Extra 0 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 05 W 15 Mixed packers 5 75 0 0- 5Sh1EEPExtra 3 25 3 40 LAM US Extra 0 5 75 IOUHSprlng pat 4 50 0 4 90 4No52t4OATSNo 62y1AYNewtORK Clear family 15 J0 S7iUUTTER214APPLESFancy loTivrobSPcr bbl 1 85 y0 2 00 TO11ACCO New 3 50 f9 9 00 Old 5 50 i13 00 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 3 SO WHEATNo 2 red rid 82 No 3 spring 0 SI 504OATSNn liGy10mLARI Steam 9 40 Q 9 00 New York- FLOURWin strts 3 C5 0 3 90 WHEATNo2 red 0 87 CORN No 2 mixed 0 fi- SOATSNo2 mixed p 39 RYE Western 0 02 PORK Family 1750 6D17 75 1AUD Steam fp 9 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red GV81e 56IJOATSNoCATTLESteers 5 00 0 5 25 HOGS Western 0 85 Louisville WHEAT NO 2 red 8- 7COHNNo2 mixed 53h0 54 5PORKMessLARD Steam Q 8 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 82 CORN No 2 nixed 0 51 OATS No 2 mixed G J5Ma NECESSARY 1XPZKB1TDRES IIiCUOOLCollege Acnrt k A 8riT Model taCV irin Korea School AUrm Incidental fee 54 a u 450 850 Ilottltl Fee 2r Zi 25 hooks peter- ratlmated 225 lli 1 Z 23 rTotalachrol iKniti Des fOO SW 00IFor piano rlr iiorripliy and Win rarer Steclal Kspeme teluw IJVinG EXPOSESBoard tar b advance by ninth Rum tent ty trm Heard room fuel and llRhliKJ tvr Jail sad spring ttl7Sa wtekflfor whaler term tWO neck Road In the 11npalloWoI In allove- d1Imnrle In pelt McoKtiiig to alUllUDo datlqnt furolilici iMIiiRtliiM llitss ipciiMi iriibo ex pcnrt we find To be fflid the lint Gay tala llnf Itet ferctll In Cnlleglntc DrrirtBint t2O2e Antitmj and Ulln Xonnnl JIOIO Applied Stietxr normal ind lramnmrC172t r1I18rhoA full In nlnlcrflfi1 more for tub S Hwltnt oin Ui rrrcltfd who lolls lo make thlOrator payment Total OtCliary Ezpectri for JI Vtft en to be In Colli elite PtT nmtntai Areilemy and lAtin Nnrnml 119 ApjIIrd teiaoCnnnshu d Ommm ri7 Model School HX Jii winter thie tUillan a ore for each- Studentspaying Ixmrd mid nom iriit In full for a term allhe Uclnnlng rtceUc AlMount of fifty cents Students duly excisedlldore the rlldof a term receive beck sin iijiiltnble pcrtlvauf the money Iliiy have ulranccit SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocil or Fpocnl Theory 21 tamra lionr clan of three 1700 Organ Violin etc i4lesouiinaelthree SW HteiiosMphy or TJ roetfrllllJf irlerBi OW- 1eworatn Harmony new Ute of Ilano or Typewriter II l r a day 20Use of orfrnn II hr day 200- jiFiit ol lusts Library per turn ChemicallAloratnryaccordlugtu material and Lrrakapp About 300 fhylal and lIcrOJlOIINlt JIIIper term 100 Marrluli In ilrnwlnir peterm ro Uamlnntlon except on pp iliilpil Oys lj Oriduntloii Fie vtitlilctlio wlllnllplotni rot sat KENTUCKY EUILDINQ IEXPERIENCe TRADE MARKS DEIGN COPYRIGHTS Anrnno seeding a sketch and deacrlntlnn ms Cjalckly aafiart ln oar opinion freo whether afl la nllon pnu tunel- lnuulrlell OftdenlrfUbrlO Ialta securingpatenuIatenla e tftetat ntlf without eh arieInt SckNIIfk Rmcrkaw handaomelrlllailrtled weekly Ijintnat dik relation at anr acleniion IHirnal Tara II e byal1nwdaleraluM ILOUISVILLE NASHVILLE IRAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 24 ItOl DallyLeaveArrive Richmond s f2 a m Arrive Paris f OT a ID Arrive Cinciunati 7Hit m DallyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris H 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m DallyLeaveArrive itivmgeton205 p nttnlIrLeave l Arrive LivingBton 12SOn m TrniiiH No 1 and No 5 make connection at LiviugBton for Jullico and- tbe South with No 24 Rod No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IIFREEWORLDS FAIR Ci School children and generally Invited to Uctcimlue the most In every county pubUaIrents each ten cast lime All moon above trip expenses of en to go Into Xenluay lIulldlarrai U voter thins offnowlng IfuDdlefurmrd to raise Jionmn fora fUlltdisplay failed lo makeanerpiopiU lion Ecty the publicmember of acuity of aesdem etOtxttrnmlrtnlty medial dental or IhroliwiraUnstilutloo protestant orrelboUe dtlfllmlaatlosI ctioolUcHtibleloclectloii lembenoftheEducational Uablbil alon4 k IIlme of all hool cbhtrDtSD to beemUedIntheKentucky nnlldingattheEapos- itio Kentucky wUl kme sa 1iIaraUI aMbit occupying t9oo sonata ft ot In tbs T tt ts tothePairldEevyc- ounty ToryThetaolaalchet altosenwY l htkpe- rdeedabbeingtendered this Hip elect own melt ppuirdrwla JerTertoncustiDelheUrcesI number of voice wilt k allowed to 1w kcbtrttbe woit popular mud the DIll popular in Tnwrrr nrm amBACH us ccxsmtrma A BALLOT At ten rata neb even cool tla lea UM State wilt be able In tart tt leait one vole lee ata Sr her events teacher lint tlxnoll rvdHswttaconfinedtoicbooUlillilrea blocaUOItas well M the acawl elates allots contain tea to clubs of tea ualybanagedaataciglu tea mtake credited with blsorherveteIonepcrende rtmllUspaces for voters etasa mly beleft Mas The Aaaoctallon want however to enroll ft the ky Bulldlnyat ttroal at it etvI M aa of child who Itone or more vale la1 the contest rnflliariail il ITii fiirt ta jUliilrMui ilalnlj lotbe ballots ALL EXlES13 rTHBTEieS t J railroad traoaportatloa fro= l SSPLLshearreturnboardatoneofthebesthotelsIrt- he city for sia days sadadmtnivaielisapaddoa grounds for six days THBEB riBTlESWTtaVVralUOrnMiHIII Oft lfIUU RTKirHEB8lorn 1te the trip more proQtableacd more taJonW aZes theepttleewiltconststoffortyrolaehereThia would make a total 9meta lIs n IicounUesinKtntue ytheAnode pltomillatALL TtiCHEBI n Mat CTXTC tTaS 41l All FOOTHO In this conleat The teacher with onl twenty pupil may recdetmore roteathan tbe teacher with eonlatime ThepubliorwillVote be east hr sv VCMI wbo taw ttBcaoot durlall tool or h teaching now Thi- svethetacherofaaettonUWrsocr vhick dosed In November or December the opportook 110 be voted Conducing thevaatdospalsd AST KCMBEB OF BALLOTS VAX M MK AT R TtJit There Is no Halt The tnorcdol lar aent lu for any oaeeachnlbe9IIthelII beet edited wilb- ONK DOLLAR CASTS TEDe DOLLAnreOMITS TIIIRTYTOTPts FodfDOLLAaaCASTSPORTYYOTBAjPIVIlIK14LARSC- ASTS i1I TY VOTES TE1r nOlUCASTS A HUNDRED VOTES ONIt UUNVKIU 001 LARS CASTS ONE TUOUSAN Y txtL eapeoteaotthetion rfa Kentucky Eul1diott theerpoedton ao crery voter in this coutcst may hare the addl lIoaal of that fi aitk4 worthy cause TITB 6T1TOBO OF THE COTTESTAKT8 WILL Bl TED FnEQurnLT In each county to show his or lIer friend how ther nee now our favorite ichoot teacher Tbedel fill be eountedua4crlbsopert4aloo of the tdurlillonalUalllblt Committee efthe Anoclatlon The personnel of aa follows lrof II Bronnell Loots lIIe Chairman Prof11V Prof A 1lidleck LoulstltlePrat W11 Loulnllle Prof 1YautAnderson Dr Chase Palmer Dntllle Prei dentwidiamDluwlddieacksniiWUPrmtDereaDrDBIluntoonLouinOle tDr H Y Infton br Artlru Ya Georgetown Superintendent t A Cassidy JtKaupetfntendentd L F aPr skfoct4lcol c Rcilcaty Rhcad Owen aboro T S tMrr BrSev Pro C C Cherry Green Prof EnD S Mrrthis contest REEBES mUT COC3TT nKNJTI OWB PATORITR TEACHER Competition helwm counties olllyppllu to the net lot tali Moth triP e ccunly outddeof Jefferson resting tbs hargealtotal number 0Yates bdzIX create4 tbedllactlon of trlldlng Iwo uhe conrnlaII10rytranced each teacher chosen bbe glerw the at Auguf 190410 which be or shx wants to snake Ole kipiCUP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1I73Altteur otasthe most popular teacher in UNCLOSEDT10 roc 100 roc T55T Oa to iOo tOe 10 Voter Ire not ttqlffd hIp ea bat the AaaocUtloa wants all school cbltdreo T0tl todoaoaalt will lie Mlee y anlldlag Votersf have the of sendlglil silted to lht Secretary of the Association or to tblfrom which clipped t Addllloaal ballots may be rtllM ata coplea of this paper- Remitlaseu t eeItIma be lassie ck letter itaje eapreta of orLaewsaegalsiassI Addtesilcemmuulntosto tpostal money ItIC UUOU88 Secreta Loslavnlstw nbscrjbe forTe Citizen 1f A 1 J l fllr1W rk h w THE CITIZEN + IHHHlHlIHIIH+ H+HHIIIIHHHIIH + ir Berea and Vicinity f fGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESt IIHIIHHIIHIIltHHH +tl + HH + + t Rev A P Smith of Somerset wns in town on business this week Miss Ethel Todd returned from Bay View Michigan on Saturday Miss Eva Duncan has accepted a position in Mrs Haggards millinery department at Winchester Mrs J W Caniahan and children of Toledo were the guests of the Misses Duncans from Thursday until SaturdayMrs Fannie Demmon and two little sons have returned to Berea after a three months visit with her brother James Chaney at Panola Editor James M Racer returned Tuesday after a three weeks vacation spent with friends and relatives in Ohio Mrs Racer will remain two weeks longer with her parents at Lodi Ohio John Boggs returned Sunday from n months trip in the counties of Perry Letcher Jackson Clay Knott and Harlan visiting relatives and renew ing old acquaintances and friend shipsMr and MrsJ W Stephens and Miss Ella Chasteen went to Cincinnati yesterday to attend the Fall Festival there this week Sousas band is one of the attractions They expect to return to Berea next Monday Egbert Wallen Marshal of Brod head and James Fate deputy sheriff of Rockcastle county passed through here yesterday on their way to Combs with a writ for the arrest of Matt Young charged with housebreaking Miss Della Wolcott writes from her home in the island of Jamaica that the recent cyclone which passed over tho Island completely destroyed their banana grove but that their house and cocoanut grove escaped Almost tho entire Island was terribly devas tatedThe furniture and undertaking business of Jo S Joplin at Richmond has been sold to Messrs W L Crutcher and G W Evans Jr The fact that an article is from this store will as heretofore be a proof of its excellence in quality Old Pony for many years the faithful horse of Father Fee and after his death of his daughter Mrs Laura Embree has been giren by Father Fees sons E S and Howard Fee to Rev A Crawford The horse will be 27 years old next spring but will receive nothing but the kindest treat ment at the hands of Mr Crawford and used only for light work Capt Stewart Lewis acting deputy warden of the State Prison at Frank fort passed through here yesterday enroute to McKee in charge of four inmates of the prison who are to testify in tho case of the Common wealth against Win Mulling charged with the murder of Wm Singleton in Jackson county last February The witnesses wore brought in over the L N and transported from here to McKee in a heavy farm wagon They were Wyatt Allen and Frank Mullins each serving a six years term for manslaughter Willis Allen up for five years for same offense and Wm Cunagim serving two years for housebreaking The trial is set for today at McKeo where Circuit Court is in session Wm Mullins the al leged murderer of Singleton is at present serving a torm of ten years for n murder committed inRockcastlo county having been sent up from i that county last Juno C Jones of Jackson Breathitt IE came in on the students ex cursion Tuesday and brought with Ihimeight boys of his county includ his son who are desirous of getting au education Mr Jones returned to his home in Jackson after seeing that the boys were all properly started in their classes in the Model Schools con nected with Berea College Seven of the boys are from near Elkatawa five miles from Jackson where Mr Jones was formerly postmaster Mr Jones expects to bring in several young ladies for entrance to the schools in tho course of the next few weeks Tn doing such work Mr Jones feels and rightly so that he is doing his share toward bringing about the time when lawlessness and disorder in his county shall cease of its own accord Mr Jones recently L received forcible demonstration of the need of a change in affairs in Breathitt for it was he who was fired Upon from ambush some three weeks 1 + J ago Tho first shot passed through the rim of his hat the second grazed his horses head and the third went wild Mr Jones is of the opinion that he was taken for someone else as he knows of no one who could so earnestly desire his death dIIHH13I IfIHFaliHIIHF College Items jj HERE AND THERE itIiIMMHM MHMHHH Mrs It B Woodford is now teach ing at Ford Ky She has a full schoolLadies Hall has three stair cases and Lincoln Hall two so that in case of fire in one part of the building people can go out at the other end The expense of piping water from the Forest Preserve has been found to be too great for the College to undertake at present J The Boarding Hall is to have a new bakery with largo brick oven in charge of an expert Mr Johnson Glenn Keener who was a student hero last year will attend Case School of Applied Science at Cleveland the coming year The Y W C A will give a recep tion Saturday Sept 19 liKW at 630 to 730 in honor of Mrs Gould and Miss Einbreo All ladies of the town and College are invited T G Pasco graduate of Berea College class of 97 and of Oberlin class 03 has accepted the position of superintendent of the public schools of North Fairfield Ohio Miss Sallie Chriaman for a number of years a student here has gone to Columbus Ohio where she has a lucrative position with a correspond ence school Clark F Hiiiman n student in 9G99 returns for another year For the throo intervening years he has been in the employ of tne Boston Edison Illuminating Co Little Myrtle Hayden a grand daughter of Mr and Mrs Crawford and a student of Berea College died of typhoid fever and was buried in our cemetery Saturday Aug 29 Rally of Ambitious Young People Large Attendance of Students In all Departments The opening of the fall term is a fine occasion in Berea The President and more than forty teachers were seated upon the platform and the young people from so many counties and from beyond the borders of the State were a bright and animated companyThe of registering students andassigning them to classes never went off so pleasantly As we go to press there is a sound of merry greet ings as young men and young women are arriving The immense new industrial Build ing is making progress anti two more sections will bo occupied in a few daysThere is work for students in Berea this fall and if anybody is still hesi tating about coming we advise him to come Berea cannot do much for those who are weak and lazy but there never wore such goodchances for every ambitious boy and girl We shall report more fully next week the names of those we have noticed registering in the Collage offices Strength and vigor como of good food duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates 21 Years A Djirptlc R H Foster 318 2d St Salt Lake City writeRII I have boon lathered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently I Rot a bottle of Her bine One bottle cured me I am now tapering off on the second I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too RO cents at East End Drug Co Jlor sale First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low priceBEBEA COLLEGE BBICK YARD BRO FEES BIRTHDAY The ninth of September is likely to bo permanently au important one in Boreas calendar On that day in the remarkable year 1810 every month of which brought frost in some parts of our country the groat reform er John G Foe first saw tho light Some of the friends in Duron mm incinerate it every year with appro priato exercises On the Hh iust a meeting was held at 830 p m in tho Second church to hear n discourse by Rev H J Derthick Other informal exercises followed anti at 530 n basket supper on the lawn adjacent war partaken of by nearly one hundred jxirfons Aside from tho muso and prayers ap propriate talks by Rev H J Dor thick Lewis Van Winkle Miss Hull in Embrop Mrs Mary IVco Gould Prof L V Dodge Prof E G Dodge Messrs A W Titus J M Early anl J P Bickuell filled tho time until 830 An added feature of interest was the fact that tho gathering was made tho occasion of a farewell reception for Bro lees grand daugh tOr Miss Hollio Entree who is to take her departure soon to engage in missionary work in tho Argentine Republic AT HOME AND ABROAD Current News Matter Reduced For the Busy RuderI 1trorubor Rr Adm Francis A Cook who com manded the Brooklyn at Santiago was retired after 40 years of service his own application onI Five men all of Hast Jordan were drowned In 1lne Lake In a collision between tho steam yacht Ill grim and a naphtha launch In an attempt to capture armed out laws at Seville Cuba by a force of rural guards MaJ Hetuncourt was wounded and the outlaws escaped Mrs George S Hatcher of Wash ington D C corresponding secretary of the Daughters of the American Itev olutlon and a prominent club woman Is dead at the residence of II C Han uard of Chicago Clarence D topper and Hoy IJou cher switchmen of the Michigan Cen tral railroad were Instantly killed by an explosion of dynamite In a car In the yards at West Hay City lIch Two trainmen were seriously Injured After mature consideration President Roosevelt has abandoned the sugges tion that congress be called Into extraordinary session In October Tho session will be called for November 9 which was the date tentatively fixed some time ago After a conference between the officials of the marine ministry and the foreign ounce it has been decided to send the cruiser La ToucheTrcvllle to Turkish water without waiting for the other ships of the French squad ron ordered to be In readiness to sail for the Jevant- Charles II Booth of Englewood N J celebrated the 100th anniversary of his birth and the Mutual Life Insur ance Co of New York sent him a greeting handsomely engrossed con granlatlng him on this event Mr Booth Is tho oldest policyholder In America having paid premiums on his policy for years King Edwards visit to Marlenband has had a remarkable effect on the fashion of Austria to such an extent In fact that there Is now a famine In red neckties there Each day the king appeared on promenade with a flaming crimson scarf and all Marten band Imitated the royal example President L F Loree of the Haiti more Ohio Railroad Co has planned to make virtually a new line out ot the system Curves aro to bo cumin ated new lines built to do away with a tortuous route and tunnels bored out To do this 25000000 has been appropriated and to finish tho work It will take nearly 100000000 more A barrel of smuggled alcohol ex ploded on board the cruiser Olympia In dry dock at Norfolk Va It caused the death of Marine Corporal J S Yerkes of Philadelphia and All prentice Seifert and the serious in jury of Third Class Master at Arms Caster and Apprentice Shavey In ad dition to the burning of the cruisers forward awnings and awning supports The names of those indicted by the federal grand jury a few days ago In connection with postal frauds were made public They are George W Beavers former chief of the division of salaries and allowances post office department August W Machen former general superintendent of tho free delivery system James W Erwin former post office inspector with head quarters at San Francisco George H Huntington and Isaac S McGlehan both of New York city owners of the Columbia Supply Co and Eugene D Bchobel of Toledo O =A fine line of glassware timvnro and jardinieres now on laud at the RACKET STORE Min St Richmond Good dollies are always mmloto measure Have your now Fallsuit tnad toordor by Strauss Bros Chicago Samples are now shown by J J BIUNAMAN i DIG APPLES IN EXHIBIT The Kentucky Exhibit Association wants 150 barrels of apples embracing every variety growing In Kentucky to put In cold storage this fall nnd dur ing the winter for the horticultural display to be made at the Worlds Fair In St Louis next year M V Johnson of Kern Creek field repre sentative of the grlcuUiirnl and Ho tlcultural committee of the Assoila lion Is now covering the s 4 In the Interest of these two departments anti among other things Is seciirlns those apples lie made the first ship ment recently front Glendale of two barrels The average weight of these apples was 20V4 ounces and the aver ago measurement 15 Inches In circum ference Mr Johnson who Is Presi dent of the State Horticultural Society ant knows whereof ho speaks pro nounces this fruit the finest he has seen this year- POTTERY IN OPERATION Visitors to the Kentucky Mineral Exhibit In the Mines and Metallurgy building at the Worlds Fair In St Louie next year will have the pleasure of seeing a miniature pottery In full operation J A usher of Paducah who operates a large pottery at which is mule white earthenware Jars lugs etc has applied to the Kentucky Ex hibit Association for space In the clay exhibit to place n man and Jig to turn out Juga and other wares throughout the exposition lie promises to tend a skilled man who rrtn make his work l oth attractive and entertaining Mr Bauer uses three clays from McCiaekezz county and come from the Cooley mine In Graves county EVERYTHINGI than photographs and the Kentucky Exhibit Association which Is to met the Kentucky Building and make a ds play of the States products and rpI sources nt the Worlds Ialr In BL IoitlJ next year has lost no time In carrying Into effect plans that grew out of a recognition of this fact inll appointed an oinclal photographer lu every county In the state to secure for the Kentucky Building and various exMblU to le made In the large pahcc of the Exposition pictures of everything noteworthy and of Interest It Is to give credit to every photographer on every picture furnished by hlniscf KENTUCKY TO GIVE WATER W I Cnibbe of Uronnon Springs Chairman of the KnitCommittee on Mineral Waters of the Kentucky Ex hibit Association will probably arrange with the different mineral water dlIIrlllngIThe Hlue Lick Springs Company ha Kindly consented to give away water for two mouths Other companies with wateri as rioted will lit hII follow suit so Kentucky will have water to Ilspensp during tho entire seven months of the Fair- CENTURYOLD PIANO ownIlIlGrove who has kindly offered to It to the Kentucky Exhibit IpnllI for display In the Kentucky at the Worlds Fair next juir Sit j Wright has a collection of 1cr lGUO Indian arrow points wan cMti spears etc which he ulno offers to lie Association for Us exhibit ul i tIUltlf S LITHOGRAPH STONE DISPLAY A carefully selected piece ol litho graph stone from the famous Meuda county quarry has been promised Uio Exhibit Association for tin Mineral Exhibit at the Worlds Fair by J M Richardson of Brandenburg Mr Richardson has also kindly consented to furnish samples of the brine and salt from the Murray Salt Works near Brandenburg CLAYS AND PRODUCTS One of the Interesting exhibits to be made In Kentuckys mineral space at the St Louis Exposition next year will f from the Owensboro Sewer Plpo jonipany Secretary J D Heeves haying agreed to furnish n sample of each clay used at the work and n selection of the various patterns of pipe and coping made at this plant Illinois will make an exhaustive ex hibit of her minerals Riche deposits of coal underlie a large portion of the state and the beds are practically In exhaustible Clay and shale are also nil with profit In many parts of the rustsIluw to Make Orange OiuVlrt- IJcut three eggs add three tablespoonfuls of orange Juice and two tea spoonfuls of powdered sugar pour Into cook slowly unn buttered frying pan lit n crust Is orated fold In half turn the omelet on a hot platter sprinkle thickly with powdered sugar heat n poker till red hot score tho sugar servo hot how to Core Curds Hero art live cures for a cold says Household First bathe tho feet In hot water and drink n pint of hot lemon ado then sponge with salt water and remain III a jvarin room Second bathe tho face In very hot water every live minutes for an hour Third saint up thee nostrils hot salt water every three hours Fourth Inhale ammonia or menthol Fifth take four bourn exercise In the open air A ten grain dose of quinine will usually break up a cold In the beginning Anything that will set the blood actively in cir than all seriouslconsultDA- t 00100+0000010000100000ooooo 010 000o 0 I EVERYBODY IIo + J WEARS Hr r SHOESo t+ o why not wear good hhoos wlmu wo soil you 0 tGOOD UPTODATE SHOES ft-o 0 o just ns cheap an other people Nell you Inferior ones t+ p11o aro leudnrs for style wear and cum fort and you cant miss + it if you buy trout us j Anything and everything you want in Incas furnishings and to 0 r can ploaso you in style and pricePo Call in suit look over our various lines 011 ran bo convinced ooJ I Crutcher 8f i o JCENTUCKY 0i 1coo ooooooooOOIOOoo +oo+o i o ho t o +o+o +01 00+ r DR FENNERS l Kidney BackacheAIso PlUlKIKS TIIK Rion All Dbeasce of the kldnryi blaJJfr IIndIurinary organ Abu hart dUtfst rhoumilUm backache gravel drujuiy frcuU Cure 11 Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If INarr orlln llr rruurr Ito haep utalltclliuocurlugjutuchcrwr jrimrn Alt roii4uliatlim tti TREE have suffered for the put ten years with backache sad kidnry trouble and tried many t Iof tho most prominent phjiielan In lltwton end Omaha and all the patent rorJlcInc lharJ 11iSubscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALDIAnd enter tho great f10000 GLKSSING COSIKSr For particulars MH nilvorttivniiMit on wcoml page USE THESE BLANKS 1 D and S DateIName IStreet State t I Enclosed find to apply on lutacriptlon to The Louisville Herald I estimate that the vrlnntr f the racethe next rGovernorwill receive a ttal vote of ill I fIt 4 THIS BLANK 18 GOOD FOR THRU TIMATEII t I A Knight oflthe HighwayS j J IS NOW RUNNING The IIII j 1 Interesting from start to finish Opening chapters sent free on application 1 U i r WflJt e rJt THE CONSCIENCE MAN The Conscience Man who live with me I hear and feel but cannot eye- He IIvn with meboth diy and night He never wrung but always rluhL lie lint hie hone wlhlii my bread AnJ guards and wnrn rnn without rest keeprlieR m llmfi a mournful song he slugs bringsAnd1 know ties right an J urn wrong And when seem to be atone And think the fotuclence Mum hu non1 lUten and I hear Hewiire- Ami know the Conscience Man tl there Im sure that he liatway good inl ldtr me all the things he should And grieves to see mt come to nhaiiie Anil sorrows when am to blame And all my life he pleads and prays For me to keep from evil rays AM I Ixlltve that no one can good wMhout the Conscience Man Arthur Miuy In Youth Iompanlon GERMAN CHESS TOWN Thr eiame form Part of fur Itrgotar- Klncntlnn uf tlillilrm In Pres alas Ylllaur The village of Blrocbcck In Prussian Saxony Is unique In IU devotion to the rfnme of three According to tradition a Wcndlth prince Imprisoned by the local princebishop In 1011 whiled away tho hours of hit captivity with the aid ot U net o thrum n carved by himself and taught the game to the numerous pen tins who served as hll successive JailI r4 and who In turn Imparted fciowlrdpo to the other villagers The twcr In which the prince was confined TII1J Cjltt33 TOW YonIIi still starling and II Scbachturm or cheu tower However thus may be It Is certain Vial the Stroebcckcrs men women and children have forage been renowned larchras playing instead of dying out tic raze has become Intensified In modern times and Instruction In chess now f rms a part of the regular education jf hiUlren At the close of each school vnr bcsscximlnatlon or tourney Is lurid under the supervision of the school finl town authorities and six prizes are awarded to the belt playerathree to toys and three to girls The prizes are ill alike each consisting of a eheu board Inscribed reward of diligence which U forthwith Installed In the place of honor In tho best room at home to inspire younger brothers and sisters with prCe envy and emulation t 5Il1Imlllnarcfully making It as smooth as P poealble lore a smal hole about two Inches from one end to hold 1 smaller piece of bamboo which Is to orm the spout A hollow piece ot bam boo c somewhat thinner than till pump barrel Is Inserted Into tho lower end of the pump barrel tho top of the oarrel Cc is closed with a piece of rubber that Is fastened with a email tack and can be moved up anti down The OLD MOUSE WAS WISE rillr J Ip llnlo In the Wall to lgv8rLlllle One Irons Walking Into Trap When we think of mice It Is usually of the trouble they cause us we are not apt to credit the rodents with much intelligence said a lady at the sewing circle but I recently had an experience which shows that the little creatures pos sess a good bit ot wisdom after all Iliad been annoyed for some time by a family of mice which lived In the walls of the bedroom They nibbled my clothes dis turbed my sleep and when they grew sc bold as to go Into the canarys cage and eat up its seed my patience gave out and I determined to fix them I bought I trapand set It by the hole In the wall Fat five nights I caught mouse then several days passed without catching one al though they wore still there for they kept up their noise although not coming tote my room any more- I found that the trap was all right but the hole In the wall had been closed from Inside I putted the filling out II was not easy work for It had been evl denlly put there to stayand was made ol lute of plaster and rubbish I kept the hole open with the trap close to It but next day It was filled again I repeated this clearing out process five times and five times the filling WAS replaced It wai evidently the work of the mother mouse to prevent her little ones from passing through what had proved a fatal gatt to so many And I left the hole closed for the mice did not come Into my roo- maflInN Y Times THE LONGEST WORDS Clrrrk Irtlrnn Contain Our et 173 letter Which Trenledl- eans llnch We have recently read with Interest i dlsciuslon running through the papers regarding the longest words The twi words which seem to have been guilty of starling the discussion arc Inclrcum Krlptlblenrsa and honoriflcabllltud laity each having 22 letters These- were soon placed In obscurity by the lls anthHselltablhlhI the lastnamed word and made It anti- dlsostabllelunentarlanlsm28lettersani word yet unearthed However someone re ported the Welsh word llanfalr pu JswynByllgogerchwyrndrobwlltysll iJSggogorh This Is said to be the name of a Welsh village al though how anyone can auk their way there passes our compro jhnsion Rut according to another cuiyil this word simply Isnt In Ifw Ui tho Greek word of 172 letters to be- i found In the unabridged heck lexicon- Lrpalotrmerhosclachodalcokrsnlolelp Mlpoliapakpchiimcnoklchleplhoisuphophlattop elolisooilrarabophetragauSpterugon This II very appropriately the Greek for huh After printing this the type evl dently gave out as the discussion seem to have closed lint aflcrallatherlanr longer word than smiles which has a mile between the first and last letters Equitable Record Alnii nl llrynnd Cfimprrlieimlnn Sheet Iron Is rolled thin at the PltlsburK Iron mills that 15000 sheets are required to make a single Inch In thickness light shines as readily through one of these sheets as through ordinary tissue paper Japan College for Viunen The first college for women In Japan Is only two years old yet It already hn more than pupils Of this number many come from tho furthest parts of Japan n HOW TO MAKE A PUMP rod Is made of a thin stick ot another short piece of bam The short piece of bamboo d U closed on one end by a piece of rubber similar to the lower pert ot the pump mentioned before This piece of bamboo Is fastened to the stick of wood with the help of cord and putty and mutt fit tightly Into the pump barrel Tho pump barrel with work satis factorily It a small quantity of water U poured Into the upper barrel to get it started Cincinnati inquirer e THE ARMYMANEUVER Names of Troops That Will Pjir tiviptite nfc West Point Ivy A Number of the Officers of the Regu far Army Hive Been Named to Act as Umpires Dur ing the Reviews Washington Sept 11The an nouncement was made at the war tie partment Thursday that the proposed maneuvers to be conducted near West Point Ky from September 20 to Octo bar 10 will be participated In by troops from Camp George H Thomas at CTilckamauga Jefferson Barracks Mo Fort Sheridan III Fort Wayne Mich Fort Porter N Y Fort Hrady Mich Fort Thomas Ky Columbia arsenal Tenn Columbus Uarraclcs 0 Fort Myer Va and Washington barracks three regiments of Infantry and a battery of field artillery from the Indiana national guard two regiments of Infantry and a battalion of artillery acting as Infantry from the Kentucky state guard three regiments anti one battalion of Infantry from the Michigan national guard and one regiment of Infantry from the Wisconsin national guard The following officers hive been des- Ignated as brigade commanders Gen Kobbe U S A Oen McKee Indiana national guard Gen McRuerrln Mich- Igan national guard Gen Bites U S A and Col Morton and Maj Wood ward U S A The following officers have been named to act as umpires during the maneuvers Cols Stephen C Mill Inspector general and Joseph H Dorst Third cavalry llcut Cols Imis V Caszlnrc artillery corps Wal ter 8 Schuyler Second cavalry and Edgar II Robertson Ninth Infantry Mays Thomas U Casey corps of en gineers Alfred C Sharpe U S In fantry assistant adjutant general George A Zlnn corps of engineers Charles St J Chubb Fifteenth Infant ry WillU O Clark Fifth Infantry Lloyd S McCormIck Seventh cavalry and CapU William I Slbert corps of engineers S K Allen artillery corps Albert C Illiint artillery corps Ernst Hinds artillery corps Lawson M Ful ler ordnance department i Oscar J Brown First cavalry Francis J Ker nan Second Infantry Charles K W Kennedy Eighth Infantry Andrew S HawaII Nineteenth Infantry Ilenj A Poore Sixth Infantry Marcus D Cro nln Twentyfifth Infantry Ulysses R MeAlexander Thirteenth Infantry Mark U Horsey Ninth Infantcv Geo W Read Ninth cavalry Wlllard A Holbrook Fifth cavalry i John F Pres ton Twentysixth Infantry James A Jlos Twentyfourth Infantry Jullnn P cavalry John W Furlong Sixth cavalry COMMANDERINCHIEF QUACK He Named His Personal Staff and II sued His First General Order Chicago Sept IIUen John C Dlack recently elected commanderIn Chief of the Grand Army of the Repub lie Thursday appointed his personal Mart and Issued file first general order In the form of a fraternal greeting to tho members of the organization In the ensuing year the national head quarters will bo In Memorial hall Chi sago and will be In charge of Adjt Gen Charles A Partridge The follow- Ing were named as members of the staff Adjutant general Charles A Partridge of tho department of nola quartermaster general Charles Burrows of the department of New Jersey Inspector general IMwIn II Messer of the department of Iowa judge advocate general Janice Tanner of the department of New York Against Tuberculosis Merlin Sept JlDr Nuefeld of Kochs Institute writing to n medical weekly reports that successful expert ments have been made to produce Im munity In animals against tuberculo sis by Injecting Into the blood vessels of mules goats and rattle living bacilli from the human beings He has been unable Jiowever to produce the same effect with dead cultures Elected Life Members Sea GIrt N J Sept 11Lord Chcylesmorc and Copt Barlow ot the council of the National Rifle assocla tlon of Great Britain were elected life members of the National Rifle ease elation of America at the annual meet log of that organization Fltzslmmons and Coughlin Matched New York Sept 11flab Fltzslnv mints and Con Coughlin the Irish giant were matched Thursday to meet In a six round bout before the Industrial Athletic club ot Phlladel phla on the evening ot September 25 The fight will be atcatch weights New Form of Animal LifeILos Angeles Cal Sept 11Culifor- nla has developed a new form ot ani mal life unique In the animate world ft U an Insect which lives and thrives In crude tit The body of the Insect Is transparent The Olympia In Dry Dock Norfolk Va Sept 11Wlth two tang deep furrows extending along both sides of her underbody and a large stream of water gushing from a crushed plato beneath her engine roam the cruiser Olympia was placed In dry dock Had His Whiskers Shaved Off Jefferson City Mo Sept 11Rath- er than be frequently mistaken for William S Phelps the leading lobby In Missouri legislation Gov Dock Ibt has had his lowing whiskers shav off GreatSBritain With Lou of Life New York Sept 1L Owlngto a storm sweeping over Great Britain the telegraph lines to london are nil down The Continental telegraph system has also suffered All messages are sub- Ject to delay Ixindon Sept ilA terrific gale hiss sprung up all over the United Kingdom Within ten hours the ba rometer fell one Inch the wind blew at a force of 70 miles an hour and tor rential rains have fallen All the telegraph system was disor ganized for several hours and com munication with Ireland and tho United States was Interrupted Enormous damage has been done to property In the Interior and along tune sea front especially al the sea side resorts Hun dreds of vessels are running to shelter and It Is feared that there will be serious casualties Heavy floods are reported from Wales and snow falling on tho Grampian hilts In Scotland- A dispatch from Gothenburg reports that the Norwegian three masled schooner Theta Lundegaard from Skonvlk for london Is ashore at Fall cnbcrg and all the crew have perished nave one Several other vessels are ashoreExcitement prevails at Dover In con sequence of the report that two wrecks have occurred one on the Goodwin sands and the other at Dnngenejs At a late hour a lifeboat was seen ap proaching Dover with a shipwrecked crew An Immense crowd is waiting for Its arrival At WestonSupcrMarc on the line tol channel the sea has Invaded the streets and boats are floating Into the town 300 yards from the promenade THE PRINTERS OBLIGATION Bishop Scannell of Omaha Takes a Decided Stand In the Matter Omaha Neb Sept 1lDlshop Richard Scannell bishop of the Omaha diocese nt the Catholic church has ta ken a definite stand In the matter of Catholics becoming members ot the typographical union and makes the plain statement that a Catholic can not belong to the union and receive abso lotion from a priest Bishop Scannell Thursday night said This question has not come up In this diocese and there is no mason why It should because no priest would need any Instructions In the rasp There Is a primary principle of ethics and such principles are selfevident to every one No man could lawfully take an obligation of this land for the keen Ing ot It would render all government ecclesiastical or civil Impossible In tact It would render null anti void all courts at law ecclesiastical or civil It would make the authority of a vol untary organization paramount to all law national divine ecclesiastical and civil I am at a loss to understand how any sensible man could formulate such an obligation or how any sensi ble man could assume It SALES OF PUBLIC LANDS Approximately 8461494 Was Covered Into the Treasury Washington Sept 11 Commlssln er Richards of the general land office Thursday Issued a statement showing that approximately 816l491 watt coy ered Into the treasury to the credit of the reclamation fund from the sales of public lands and fees and commissions In the various Irrigation states In 1903 This amount will be distributed among tho samo states Tho Irrigation pro ject of tho government will he car rued on by means of this fund The statement shows that an aggregate ot Ifil9l835 has been received from the sales of lands In tho various states during 1901 1902 and 1903 tor use In furthering Irrigation plans The total amounts received In 1901 was 3141 S22 and In 1902 4585521 BANK ROBBERS FOILED Owing to An Accident They Failed to Get Any Booty Spokane Wash Sept 11Bank robbers broko Into the bank of Downs Wash and blew the doors off the safe which Is said to have contained about 5000 The explosion was so great that the heavy safe foul forward on the floor The robbers Were unable to raise It to get at Its contents and left without their booty Alias Roosevelts Novel Experience Newport R I Sept 11 Miss Alice Roosevelt went down In the submarine boat Moccasin Thursday After being submerged for a tow minutes so that the novelty of the situation might be appreciated she rose to the surface and disembarked The water was quite shallow where the boat went down Mllllanalres Daughter Takes Her Life San Francisco Sept 11Miss tea hells Duncan Clark daughter of the late William Squlro Clark a San Joie millionaire committed suicide Thurs day In her apartments at the McNutt hospital The woman Inhaled gas from i small stove Surveyor General Removed Washington Sept llHuh II Price surveyor general of Arizona has been removed frog ofllca as a result of an Investigation made by Secretary Hitchcocks orders Into charges tIre ferret against Price and his chief clerk W E Murphy Will Go to Macedonia Chicago Sept 11 Through the ef forts ot the Chicago Macedonian so ciety a company of 75 men fully arm ed and equipped will leave Chicago next Monday for the scene ot the la infraction In Macedonia I Kentucky Inelli enc = = == =TICKIE JIM BACK ARRESTED He Was One of the Alibi Witnesses In the J White Trl J Cynthlana Ky Sept 11TleldeJ- im flack one of the alibi witnesses In the trial of the commonwealth of Kentucky vs Curtis Jett convicted of the assassination of J n Marcum here three weeks ago was brought here Thursday afternoon by Woodnon Mc Chord sheriff of Clarke county after arresting him at Winchester while Back was trying to get on the C O train for Virginia Back testified for the defendant Jett In that case After coming to town McChord took him to J I Blantons office and Mr Blanton who Is one of Hargls attorneys here called up Judge Hargls at Jackson by telephone lint the Judge could not bo located Jack wfis placed In jail to await Hargls answer as to whether or not he would go on his bond Me Chord arrested Back without a war rant but he had been warned by lien ry Hurst at Jackson that Back had left that place with his little girl os tensibly to go to Paris ICy but at Winchester Back tried to board tha train for Virginia where he would bo safe from arrest Ills bond was fixed Thursday morning at 500 Judge James H Hargls of Jackson Ky Just telegraphed Attorney J I Blanton he would go on Tickle Jim Backs bond who Is now In Jolt here for false swearing In the case of tho commonwealth of Kentucky va Curtis ett and Tom White HE WAS BOUND OVER Federal Grand Jury to Investigate a New T xcollecllng Scheme Covlngton ICy Sept 11Frank bit Morten of Covington charged with misuse of the malls waived examina tion Thursday before United Slates Commissioner Leonard and was bound over to the October grand jury hits bond was fixed at 2000 which was signed by John Menzles who had the power of attorney to sign his bond tram Miss M Silver of Norwood 0 a cousin of Mortens wife she being unable to be present herself When the case was called Thursday the government had a number of wit nesses on hand ready to give evidence of Mortens alleged crooked transac tions In the matter of attempting to compromise omitted taxes against dif foment Individuals In Cincinnati Coy lngton and Newport Goebel Monument Commission Fratikfort Ky Sept lJThe Goo bcl monument commission was In session here Thursday United States Sen ator McCreary presiding for the pur pose of selecting a subcommittee to go to New York to Inspect the clay model of the statue of the late William Goe bet being executed by the sculptor G Morettl Arthur Goebel brother of the late governor will head the com mittee Prominent Farmer Drops Dead Petersburg Ky Sept 11Daniel- M Hewitt one of the most prominent farmers In Boone county dropped dead of heart disease at his home near here He was In the confederate army under Gen John II Morgan and was with Morgan wh n captured but made his escape The Kentucky War Claim Washington Sept JJThe Ken tucky war claims now before the treas iiry department will come up for final consideration next week They aggro1 sate 10000 the principal one being for disallowed interest on the KenI tnrky war claim amounting to 80001Dead Dody Found Near the Track Henderson Ky Sept llTho dead body of an unknown man was brought here Thursday having been found a mile below this city on or near the Illinois Central tracks Ho was ap parent about 35 years of age wore blue overall and patent leather shoes Gets Reward For Jells Capture Cynlhlana ICy Sept lJJIIIlge Oa borne has certified to the state treasurer that Sheriff Woodson McChord of Clark county Is entitled to the re ward of 500 offered by Gov Beckham for the arrest and conviction of tho assassin of J B Marcum Eight Burglaries In Four Days Lexington Ky Sept HEight mtrglnrles within four days were con fessed to In this city Thursday by Clarence Thurman and William Bu chanan youthful Negroes after they had been captured by Chief of Detoo times Harry Slough- Confederate terans Meet Lexington Ky Sept 11 Prepara Ions have been completed for tho en tertainment of 5000 people at the con federate veterans reunion to lit held In this city on September 17 Proml nent confederate veterans of the state will be present Brandy Distillery Seized Jamestown Ky Sept ItDeputy Collector W S Knight seized tho brandy dUtlllery of Thomas Johnson of this county The ground for sole ore was the alleged removing of tho spirits without having paid the tax Two Sentenced to the Penitentiary Paducah Ky Sept 11 Crawford Ivey alias W Q Dowdy was sentenc ed to three years In the penitentiary for stealing a coW Sam Lincoln a Negro was given ono year for steallna r stove Paducah ICy Sept 11Dab Berry was assaulted by Will McClrllan In Bandana and killed McClelUn accused Barry ot turning dogs onto his hogs Eaiergfiioy Blodlclne It Is great convenience to have at blind reliable remedies for use in- cases of accident and for slight injuries and ailments A good Hal ment and one that is fast becoming n 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 tho injury to heal in about onethird the time usually required and AS it is liB anti petic it prevents auy danger of blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treated before inflammation sets in which insures a quick recovery For salo by S E Welch J- rFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky Surplus Capital and 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT PrJ S S PARKES Cashier DUtrec Actor Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Green burg La who a well and favorably known says Two years ago suffer ed greatly from indigestion After eating great distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my sleep la refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by East End Drug Co r We rromPI obtain U a and Forclni t i Ifroerepo The rien nraof Eating Persons Buffering indigestion dya pepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweat This remedy is a never failing curo for Indigestion and Dyspepsia and all complaints affecting tho glands or membranes nf the stomach or digestive tract Whoa you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything that you eat tastes good andevery bitof the nutriment that your fool cgntains is assimilated and appropriated by the Wood and Us sues Sold at Bant End Drug Co Order fo- rRegal ShoesW- atoh and clock repairing are UM pecialtiea of William shop Agency ft N Laundry Take nil your trouble to Mm Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS TUZ FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headsche Torpid liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles IrIs log from an Inactive or sluggish liver OeWllff Ullla Early Risers are unequalled They act promptly and never eilpo They are so dainty that ills a pleasure- to take them Ono to two act ass mild laxative two or lour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic Tay are purely vegetable and abioWely harmless They tonic the live DUI CEAUI SUPPLY MO rurotn ti- K C DsAVltt fc daiChlcattt ir r J IL1IJ tipdkifd k 1 1 THE CITIZEN V HIII+IIIIIIIIIIIII1IHII +HiI+H+II+III111HII- Eastern Kentucky News M I No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name IIs not for publication but as an evidence of rood faith Write plainly + IH+H1HIHIHIIIIoIIiIIilIHIIHII +iIHIIIIII JACKSON COUNTY Circuit court convened in Irs county last Monday So far thorolmvo boon but two felony convictions A young man by the name of Cafaha- was convicted for forging an order on Robot Benge of Owsley Fork to Powell Bros store He received a three year sentence Tho other was Jas Brumraett for the burning of A J Smiths store Ho received a five year sentence The jury which tried the latter case was selected from Rockcastle county There were two felony cases continued and two are t be tried this weekThe best way t eliminate the courts of so many crimes is through our public schools Who we have a better system of public Fchools and that would necessarily moan longer terms and well enforced compulsory school law our youn men will have something else to do besides murder or burn store houses In fact they will be educated above suchatrocious crimes as now fill the criminal docketsThere is a great deal of typhoid fever in this county The following teachers have been compelled to dismiss their schools on account of being afllicted with the disease Jno F Dean teacher in district 1 Miss Julia Dyche teacher in district 31 Miss Martha Lake teacher in district 13 J J Davis teacher in district 67The teachers association held at Longbranch school house district 38 was n success Next teachers association will beheld at Tenor Sept 26 KERBY KNOB The ten days meeting conducted by Rev James Parsons of Borea closed Monday with thirtytwo additions Wo all hope to have another such meeting here before the year closes Rev G V Coker preached t Clover Bottom Saturday and Sunday Mr G S Dearborn of Butler Ky was called home to see his wife who is much worseMr John Simpson our clever lumberman has gone to Dry Ridge to see home rolksMr Robert Click cut his foot very ball last MondayMiss Lucy Parsons McKee will start to Baron Tuesday in order to get everything ready for entering school If all the students would make their preparations early they would have a much easier time entering Mr Albert Powellwas kicked by a mule knocking out two of his tenth and injuring him in th- estomahThe Teachers Association meeting at Long Branch Saturday was a success Among the most honored teachers were Messrs Will Blanton and Sidney Combs of Berea Mr Will FJanery also attended the teachers mooting Quarterly Court is in session at McKee now David and Miss Dougherty also Mrs W J- Dougherty went to Valley View for a visit last week t OWSLEY COUNTY TRAVELERS REST Sundayschool is progressing nicely hero with Miss Matilda Minter as superintendent StophenjCauilell is teaching school at this place with much success He has a large attendance A memorial service held last Sunday at the cemetery on the hill opposite J B Rowletts was largely attended W P Minter andI G C Smith are each rejoicing over Ithearrival of a fine boy baby in his The patrons of No 10 arec glad to have J D Creech as their BogleyIhas taken a fine drove of sheep to Richmond CON KLINO Crops of all kinds are looking well in this vicinity Married on the tenth Willie Neely and Emma Harvey The wedding was a very pleasant affair Jim Moore and Mrs Eliza Morro lastton Gibson is having splendid success inI his schoolMarried on the fourth Charlie Eversole and Ida McCollum Daisy Moore is visiting friendsJMarried on the tenth Iarion Peters and Easter Reynolds Success to TUB CITIZEN and its many readersIGABBARD Charlie Jake and John L Gab bard have all had wells drilledrecent lyR W Minter lost a fine steer last weekNeal Mooro of Jackson county was here Thursday Fodder ibg is all the go with the farmers at X 1 ji 1 presentL F Cote is in the loggin btisineas this fall James lnbbn and brother Meredith visited rela tives on Cow Creek Shturday and Sundaylira C B Moore who linn been very sick with typhoid fever is much improved at this writing Miss CIa ria Green dual recently after a illness of six weeks Geprgo Fox and wife of Lower Buffalo visited at J L Gabbards Monday They been visiting relatives at Sebastian ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD 0There is a protracted meetinggoing on at West Scaffold Cane this week visitednhome folks on Davis Brunch Sunday M B McGuiro of Crooked Cre k 1was on Scaffold Cano Sunday Mr thougr o t Meadow lidayI S Martin and wife were the guests of Squire J M Reynolds SundayDied Sept 6 W R Stephens an old and respected citizen of Scaffold Cane He leaves wife and two children to mourn his loss May God comfort them in their bereavement A largn number of people were present at the burinl at Scaffold Cane Inane Martin and wife were in Berea Friday BOONE DIsputantaISaturday and SundayIt is reported that the house of Mrs Jane Huff of Hickory Grove was robbed lost weeK and then burned to the groundMrs Nannio Parker and Mrs Susie Lewis Snider Switch visited Mrs Cynthia Cornelius of Copper Creek Monday Mrs Daisy Lambert of Boone and Mrs Sinda Richmond of Rockford visited Rev J W Lambert and wife Sunday Leo Wren is very low with fever at this writingWm Kirby who has been tick for some time is slowly recveringJease Wren and James Lambert visited the latters grandmother Mrs Sarah SundayJaetMiss Mollie Owens went to Boone last week on business and visited Mrs Daisy Lambert Mrs Mary Wren is visiting her daughter at Print Lick MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Several from this place attended tho Pilot Knob Association last Tuesday and WednesdayQuite a number of young people enjoyed our ice cream and cake social at the school house Thursday night Sallio Bush spent Sunday with Misses Maggie FoleyCaleband Rena with their graphophone visited Bud Bush and family Friday nightDaniol Maupin and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alex Moore near Wallacetou Mrs Etta Kiuuard and sister Miss Lizzie Burdette are visiting ut Lancaster WALLACETON G B Gabbard has gone to McKee Jackson county on a visitL El kins andwife were the guests of Warren Elkins and wife Sunday Miss Sallie Cade was the Luest of her cousins Mr and Mrs Vaughn Saturday and SundayA protracted meeting commences hero Tuesday nightI conducted by Rev Wills assisted byI Rev Wolford late of Lancaster Ky Mr and Mrs Gib Gaffnoy were the guests of Mr Gaffneys parents Sunday Binam Pitts anti Will Weaver went to Illinois Friday night r GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE The Baptistsclosed interesting protracted meeting at this place Fri day with about six con versions A two weeks meeting at Good Hope also closed Sunday Rosul baptisms Level Green is again without a pas or Bro Molnlosh preached his lost sermon Sundry l1ight Married Thursday evening at the residence of F P Bryant his beautiful daughter Lou to Mr Milton Jounngs All the cow bells and shot guns were brought into requisition Friday night and wo all know what that meant We wish you Godspeed Mr and Mrs Jennings let your light shine while you are yet young James Cheat hastmoved back to this neighborhood Mrs Tom is expecting to visit her daughter in Louisville in n few laysw E I t IA PRINTERS CONFESSION It Landed 3 D Dempsey In a Cell a West Point Louisville Ky Sept 1GTho lIar din county grand jury will be called upon to Investigate the sensational attempts to destroy tho newspaper plant of tho Beacon a weekly newspa per at West Point and tho authorship It ananymous letters threatening Dr paperIon tho paper and whose life It ha been thought was threatened by tho arrestedItho windows which pled the type hn lent anonymous ono to sad ono to Dr Morrison 1KILLING AT MIDDLESBORO Frank Zullger Killed By Clay Colsen Monday Afternoon Mlddlesboro Ky IGFrank Zull gar formerly of Cincinnati but lately employed by the New South Brewery audIson Tho shooting occurred In the bran room of tho brewery and there were no witnesses Zullgcr was found shot through the head and a 38callber ro volvcr with three chambers empty was lying by hfs Bldo The Colsen family Is one of the most prominent In Kentucky THINK IT WAS FOUL PLAY Body of William Mlddleton Found on the Track at Louisville Louisville Ky Sept IGThe man gled body of William Middleton 21 years of age was found on the Louis vlllo Nashville railroad track at a secluded spot halt way between the roundhouse and Highland Park at 630 oclock Sunday morning The authorities believe that Middle ton met with foul play and that the body was laid on the tracks to hide a crime Three Nominees For State Offices Ashland Ky Sept 15 Ashland will furnish candidates for three of tho most Important state offices Each of the parties aro represented lion S W lager Is a candidate on tho democratic ticket for auditor lion J B Wllholt candidate for lieutenant governor Olaf Pearson socialist can didate for secretary of state The so cialists will have a candidate for clr cult judge and commonwealths attor ney Fought With a Catamount Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 16J F Cunningham a photographer bad a fight with a monster catamount at the else of this city early Monday and killed the animal with a rock Cun ningham was coming to Mlddlesboro when tho cat sprang upon him Ho knocked the animal off anti hit It In the head with a rock Ono blow killed It Farmers Indulge In a Fist Fight Lexington Ky Sept 16E T Hume and E L Parker residing on adjoining farms Indulged In a fist fight In this city Monday Hume was knocked down Parker was put under a peace bond of 1000 Hume is a brother 1nlaw of James P McCann who Is alleged to have been murdered in St Louis Two Were Held For Murder Paducab Ky Sept IGTbo exam ining trial of Mrs Nannle Smith Cox William Burtram and his son Jordan Burtram charged with murdering Mrs Coxs husband William Cox was finished Monday in Benton Marshall county and the two former were hold Jordan Burtram was excused Jack Farrell Father Dead Covlngton Ky Sept 15 Patrick Farrell 57 father of Jack Farroll of tho St Louis National league team died Monday morning from an opera tion which was performed several days ago The funeral will take place Wednesday morning from tho St Patricks church Attorney Harvey Myers Robbed CovIngton Ky Sept 15 Burglars broke Into the law office of Attorney Harvey Myers at Fourth and Scott streets somo time during Monday night and jimmied open his desk They carVlod away a gold watch and chain and about 137 In money Congressman Borelngs Condition London Ky Sept 36There has been a decided Improvement In tho condition of Congressman forcing and his physicians are confident he will recover Isis temperature Is now 99 and his pulso 96 Ills breathing Is free and his lungs are clearing Struck Flow of Sulphur Water Owings vlllo Ky Sept 16While drilling a well on W J Fells property at Salt Lick this county a strong flow of salt sulphur water similar to struckAa hotel erected there A Prolonged Drought Winchester Ky Sept IGOn ac count of a prolonged drought the wa ter works reservoir Is almost empty and the company has been obliged to 4iut off the supply and reserve the remainder for fire protection Takes Poison and Dies Flemlngsburg Ky Sept IGMlss Hester Hendrickson aged 20 years suicide near Mt Carmel in his county by taking poison No cause Is known for tho act Statistics show that 29J470 bodies ere cremated In Franco mat year 1 z c Kentucky State News Items- t ISHOT HIM DEAD iA Sheriffs Posse Searching For Harry Cralk tfnd Green Strong Lexington Ky Sept IGA mss sage from Boonovlllo Ky says that a sheriffs posse has been seeking Harry Cralk and Orion Strong accused otI tho killing of tholr friend Jason Isaac homednear ed ha met tho two men and Invited them home with him but resented a remark they rondo about his newly wedded wife Ho feared trouble and went to a friends house and secured himfdead ANIMAL TRAINER HURT The Lioness He Was Training Flew at His Throat Louisville Ky Sept IGSultnna- a lioness of tho Ferari Bros carnival sprang at tho throat of her trainer Capt Peter Cardona Tuesday after noon and bit him five times lacerating his arm which he had thrown up to protect himself Employes of tho wild animal show sprang to the rescue with Iron poles and pistols shooting and poking tho animal away Cardona was carried to the hospltnl on tho carnival grounds and his wounds were canter ized lie will recover Sultana has killed tour men W E Gatlin Was Acquitted Henderson Ky Sept IGW E Oatlln charged with the murder of Cabell Bavcrloy In this city tho lat ter part of March of tho present year was acquitted by n jury In tho circuit court Previous threats and selMc tense was the plea put up by his at torneys Oatlln Is a tobacconist an Is well known In Ixnilsrlllo society clr cles Fifty Shots Exchanged Sergeant Ky Sept 1C Deputy Sheriffs Hear Johnson and George Ison surprised David and John Hoi llnxworth brothers and Hart Kelley brother to Jim Kelly who escaped from tho Whltcsburg jail a week ago and arrested them on Elkhorn creek after a fierce fight In which 50 shot were fired- Lexington Hospitals Are Crowded Lexington Ky Sept 1GTho boa pitals in Lexington are so crowded that no more patients can bo taken A little girl was transferred from tho Good Samaritan to St Josephs but that Institution could not accommodate her and she was sent to taulsvlllc There aro numerous cases of typhoid fever Shot at Railway Employes Cynthlana Ky Sept IGA man was arrested hero on tho charge of at tempting to kill Everett Thompson conductor and a brakeman on an I N freight train Tho conductor and brakeman put him off the train and ho drew a pistol and shot three times at the conductor and twice at the brakeman A Kentucky Victim Bowling Green Ky Sept IGThe remains of Lester JfLcwls of Oak land this county have been received In Now York from tho Philippine Ho was in the regular army and while hunting about a year ago was shot from ambush and killed The remain will be sent here for burial Goebel Murder Cases Continued Frankfort Ky Sept IGTho cases of Gov W S Taylor oxSecretary of State Charles Flnley Capt John I Powers a brother of Caleb Powers and others charged with complicity In tho Goebel murder conspiracy were called In the Franklin circuit courtI and continued Preparing For the Maneuver Loulsvlllo Ky Sept 1GThe war department has shipped 3500000 blank smokeless cartridges for use at tho West Point maneuvers Tho artil lery will probably uso smokeless powder The camp will be named In hon or of Gen Young His Plan Fell Through Bowling Green Ky Sept 1C Thn1 plan of Maj E H Watt to have an encampment of tho First battalion of the Third regiment In this city prior to tho regiment going to tho West Point school of Instruction has fallen throughIgomery lodge of Odd Fellows of this place will celebrate their 69th annlvcr sary hero Friday September 18 wlU an old fashioned picnic Most of the business houses of the town will bo closedISept was no material change In tho tobacco mar kot Tuesday Tho offerings wore 880 hhds of which 78 hhds were dark and 2 hhds burley Dark ranged from 450 to 790 the burley sold for G50ILexington Ky Sept IGProt F Paul Anderson has been appointed as expert In charge of the exhibits In shop practice at tho Worlds fair An derson Is dean of the mechanical engineering school at the stato college heroInosses aro being summoned before tho present grand jury than over before and an official of the court stated that they expected at least 200 Indictments to be roturn Q I c ANOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS soil so well Because you never saw one broken down Because they are nit good ones Because they cost loss than others BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE II ETC GET o miSee our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Borea Ky TOIVlTHet XUK RESULTS unT 11 CORRECT cr The SMITHSONIAN JUOLDS I Sold by East End lgCo Handk rchicfs Perfumed Freel from our full line of Waller Trait it COH pirfmncrv anti toilet IIrtlIamI tlotiH None butter Beautiful art pictures Kivuu to buy era of thus goals 1 EAST END DRUG CO r 4 e I t tThis i M space has boon t purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of Tho Citizen h + ++ 4 + WAIT FOR THE WAGON Did you spend your childhood in the country Tho oiiKiuoer with Iris hood on thu thrultlo of tint Empire Espreoa Tho admiral on tho quarter deck of a war ship Kuif Klward on the throne may glow with pride and pleasure but their fooling lira tame in comparison with tho iiumutternblo delight that thrills tho small boy who In permitted tr unassisted to climb the wheel anti porch on tho seat of a STUDKBAKEK WAGON 1 am proud to well it f S E21 JR I y rJ8Ytq t3ti111rt jl ItllfiIInstantly Relieved Quickly Cured the use of ParacamphA r Reduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimu late the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks and all those who are on their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Gives Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost Biles We Gue ra ntee every bottle to do What we claim for it If it falls your money wilt be refunded 25 teat SO cents tad 9100 bottles At All Good Druggist For sale by SE WELCH Dtuggist 1wM1 I z = =