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H 1 1 111+1111+111+1 +1111 + JAMES MILTON RACER 3 Editor end Publisher T snared at tin PosfoJVt of Brrea Ay M second elan IncU alatnr t11+1 I+IHI+HH I It I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY 24 1903 One dollar a year NO 14 IDEAS Heaven helps thoao who help them selves Where theroa a will Shores a way Every Bohool district ahould Lave a school exhibition this fall Every drunkard la a man who tried to be a moderato drinker and tailed FROM THE WIDE WORLD The ilayllerran Panama canal treaty expired by limitation at mid night Tuesday Reaidenta of Saute Cuba were thrown into a panic by tho most violent earthquake in many years It ie estimated that 10000 persons have been put to tho aword in Kastoria by the Turkn An unconfirmed rumor wan cir culated in Park that King Peter of Sere bad boon assassinated The following Ministers of Great Britain have tendered their resig nations which have loon accepted by King Edward Tho Rt lion Joseph CharaborlalnS6C for the Colonies the Rt Hon C T Ritchie Chancellor of the Exchequer and Lord George t Hamilton Soc for India IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The upper MinsiMiippi and Wiscon sin rivers are rising rapidly and threaten damage to crops Many members of the Illinois militia have volunteered their service to Macedonia in the war against TurkeyPresident Roosevelt has abandoned tie idea ol calling Congress in ex traordinary session in October It will convene about November 9th The monument erected by New Jersey on tho battlefield of Antiotaru to the soldiers of that State was unveiled Thursday President Roosevelt f delivering the principal address Heirs of John Soviet the first Gov ernor of Tennessee are preparing to bring suit in the Federal courts to re corer 2000 or more acme of mineral and timber lands of immense valuo r along the Black Warrior river in Alabama KENTUCKYwwas over Thursday night with only slight damage to crops however Judge John Seaton of Greenup Ky won a land caso ha bad been fighting in Court for fortyfour years Aa a result of the protracted drought in Letchor county an epidemic of typhoid fever swooping that region The Commonwealth has rested ls I cue against Jett for tho killing of Oockroll It is generally conceded that it made a strong caso against himThe Kentucky State Fair opened at Owenaboro Monday The stocks ox hlbils are said to surpass anything of the kind ever before BOOn in tho t SouthIAa the result of a quarrel near Buckeye IB Madison county Friday Dee WhitUker was killed and Ely Williams seriously wounded by J B Masters of Garrard county Col Richard Hollz and his Salva daysIleft Friday on horseback for MagofEn and other mountain counties squaroJat the St Louis Worlds Fair next year Wm Boa is now touring the State for specimens of the various V woods Hon Vincent Boreing who was ro ported last week as improving took a sudden relapse and succumbed to his disease on Wednesday The funeral which occurred on Friday was the largest ever seen in London All business WM suspended irr7rW Pmldonts Office S Berea Ool logo THE CITIZEN SEPTEMBER THE INDUSTRIAL BUILDING- A Forward Step for our Kentucky Boys and Girls The above picture is not quite cor root as the roar portion is not yet finished and tho front portion has been made three stories high But it shows on how largo a scale Bens Is providing for tho training of our young people in useful industries What Kentucky needs is more manufactures and manufactures conducted by her own sons What all our families need is more skill and Berea I + + + + + + + + + +t + ++ + The Berea Citizen A Progressive Paper for Progressive People Tuft CITIZEN has good for children Time CITIZEN help farmer- It teaches teacherSIt Interests IIt+ + + + + + +++++ HAVE YOU A SON OR DAU3HTER Unless you aro an unnatural parent you lovo your children You lovo to watch thorn grow and you look forward to the time when thoy will bo men antiwomen You would bo glad to have an extra horse to give to your boy and an ex tra cow to givo to your girl But you know that there is a dif ference in children Some grow to bo a joy and help and honor to their parents and some do not To bring up a child right is bolter than to givo horses and cattle How are your children coming on this fall T Aro tboy learning good things at school and at Sunday moot log t Are they going to be sober friendly prosperous men and women t Aro any of thom going to bo fit to teach school to hold a county office or to help develop country- In ono of our mining counties ovor a million dollars has lately been spout by Northern people in buying mining and lumber lands but not one boy who is a native of that county can survey those lands they did not go to school and learn enough and so the mountain boys can only carry tho chain and the pole Now you have children who could loam as much as anybody if you would give thorn a chance Some have learned all they can or will in tho free school They are just losing their time this fall Pretty thoy will get into mischief or oleo get married and thon it will be too late for them to get an education With a word of encouragement from you they would start for Beroa this week and bj next spring they would make so much progress that you andall your neighbors would be satisfied that education pays Send them along and got them started right off ARE YOU BETWEEN 15 AND 241 It is between these years that most people determine whether they will be of much account in the world or not Now is the time when you can learn most easily Now is the time in which you form the habits that are likely to cling to you all your life Very soon you must decide how much of a man or woman you will try to be We know a boy of twenty who dropped out of the district school and got married when he knew enough to L is giving Itskill for young women in dressmaking cooking care of the sick and skill for the young men in wood work forming printing etc A years work in tho Berea school and in this Industrial Building will double your earning power Why work for one dollar when a little practical education will put you where you can earn two dollars by the saute time and effort t Dout wait Come this fall 4h all reading the the tho the soon add and subtract small numbers and to write his own cams He said I reckon that is all tho education 1 shall over use So he found another ROttJedIWe know another boy who was not satisfied when ho got a frat claaa teachers certificate but wont on for further study and now he says II It would be bettor for mn to be dead than to have missed learning what I have at Beroa Do you know that a chango is com- Ing in Kentucky Mining and lum bering and manufactures and business are coming in Peoplo who know something will get hold of these things and prosper and other peoplo will be pushed aside Now if you sit still spring will como and find you just where you now are but if you will start for Boron this week by next spring you will be far ahoad in every way Others aro com ing and those who hesitate and delay will surely be left far behind Why should you not strike out for a start in education T Do you not know some of our Berea students and see how much good oven n short stay at school has dono thorn No young man or young lady ovor regretted coming to Berea Do not let this fall be lost but come at once u Tears A Dyspeptic R H Foster 318 2dt St Salt Lake City writes I have boon bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently got a bottle of Her bino Ooo bottle cured me I am now tapering off on the second I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too 60 cents at East End Drug Co Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates Devoured by Worms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abun dantly The entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not as similated but devoured by worms A few doses of Whiles Cream Vermi fuge will cause thorn to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and joy of the mother 25 cents at East End Drug Co in at the i I MAIN AND FIRST RICHMOND KY 1 A underwear hats and in general with groat care Select thorn from our stock and you will make no mistake We eco to it that our store contains nothing but what is up to date and in good taste arriving daily We sell Douglas Shoes for men and boys and Queen Quality shoes for women Rice Ky ltd bIll shoe dealers UnlnlThe genuine bateWIIiouglu II name and 1 1 I rrlonlIom WORLD S MAa- uiIsasteaIne ralr Pairs Pairs ywII OouJilIII lour THE W Ia Ikmglaamakes mid nrlls more mens JrtO iiiul 33A rtloea I Inn nuy other two mAn uf icturors In she world W I Umiglvt 1300 and JLO three placed sldo by aide with 50i and Jtuw shoes of other makn aro found to be juot n uiiod They will outwear two pulrs of 310 anti Sy4 fliotu Made of the ba itatHrn Inctuitlnit Fated Corona Kid Pnrona Colt and Nrt amtl knraarou t4Idr re1Ne a1 41 III I nL lur- w I Dmndas fni1h Lae cnnnot be Mho 1 udl 94ecatrdnle e ec loss 1 Ilrorknn For Sale by R Kr M 1 + +IIIHtN r From Joplins I A full line of always on handIIWo Invito our Berea to make tkemaelvea at home at JOPLINS when la Richmoad CARPETS and MATTINGS A Day Phone Night Phone 47 HHM friends S HUSTLING CASK STOREI Everything and Goods Hustling Cash Store MUST GO Ky Greatly reduced prices on all I 11 dress wash white and mens low cuts and l and hats in fact offered at prices so low as to r surprise and please all An to secure bargains at your price Dont miss I STREETS NNe MAN NEW FALL GOODS Arnold Richmond DoUKlatl5toreaabelWlt fVMJWlrf DES1a 19O11667 REA80N8W ordinary COYLEMAIN BEREA 11iIIIFdIItH Subscribe Today Circulation 2000 If Its Its FURNITURE UNDERTAKING SPECIALTY 66JO JOPLIH Richmond II The Spring Summer 11IltnalreI Summer goods goods goods slippers slippers andtlgents clothing everything opportunity iti1- I LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ER IIcoiIlnrs MENSFURNISHINGS vlOVGJ GoodI itlaces 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 hero Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us to furnish just the right eyesPrices T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky EASY MONTHL PAYMENTSsecuro splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from R H CHRISMAN nI East End Barber Shop North ol Printing Once Shave lOci Hair Cut 15c Shampoo 160 Razors sharpened 16c to 26o R B DOE Proprietor TKEEPERST I to buy a worthless watch nay a hlihclait timekeeper at the rlht price They save money and are more salufaciory Ours arc guaranteed Write for catalogue or call- RIONCIRARDETACO GOt WII ilirtit IcsSnOt If WE ARE BETTER PREPARED i t THAN EVER TOrRepair or i Your Vehicle II j SATISFACTION GUARANTEED il A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS ANDIFRAZIER CARTS I Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIgGINS Prop Laughlin Fountain 1 Pen ISJTHC rata OF ALL PENS AND HAs NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST EVADE ML 60LB PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR O- NLYe100 8UPEHHM TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The Laughlln Fountain Pen Holder is made of line quam hard rubber li gradelargeof any dnlred ftezlblllJ perfectfeedlnc richly cold- mouDf for presentation purposes 1150 extra Surely you will no be able to secure anything at tkfMllSKt te1 price that wilt give such continuous pleasure and service Per Sal by East End Drug- Company Main Street Borea Ky r WOULD NOT TAKE THE DARE Iuullnli Mm Wfc llavf Snrrlllrcil Their IIVPK nw the lllnr mt ItnrrliUM A few days ago a reveler In 1arls according to an account In the Petit Journal made a wager that he could Or nk twelve glasses of absinthe while the lock was striking the hour of midnight When the clock began toI strike lie began to drink and when the clock had ceased striking he had flnltflitil drinking tho twelfth glass of absinthe While his companions leaping upon chairs were cheering lustily the absinthe drinker tell to the floor dying instantly This man died as the tool dlctb lie realty took his own life On Wednesday June 17 a men were carousing In the little townI of Yoakum in Texas After drinking a great deal and long the revelers all I agreed that each would drink a pintI IK ASK IIAIISINTII of whisky a utes In the company was one known as Dr Jackson When the others got through williI their dose said the report leged wags put smoking tobacco and a large amount of alcohol into the Mass prepared for Jackson He drank the mixture staggered to a seat and died within a short time No one adds the report WAS held responsible for Jacksons death Well some one Is responsible IIX this mans death The act of these h urticU wags 171x3 little less than one of murder and It should have been so regarded and so punished There are sonic men who will lose their best friends says Carlyle In order to crack a joke This observa thou of the sage of Chelsea reeds to bo revised and brought down to date There are evidently In Yoakum te i omo men who arc willing to dc to death an Innocent and helpless man In order to crack a jokeThere cases in which the practical areI becomes a practical criminal In ilized society there is no place for him outside prison wallsN Y Common cial Advertiser NEWS AND COMMENT You cannot legislate a sinner into a saint but a saint run so legislate as to AdoIcateburst oi rlghtrona Indignation never vas Known to purify n saloon Assessors have discovered that nine tenths of Cleveland 0 saloons belong to breweries which will now be assessed 90000 additional Prof Wiley of the agricultural de partment at Washington J C is to conduct a careful test as to the effect cf different brands of tobacco cigars or cigarettes on the human system Prof Wiley has Just concluded tests for adul teration of food We learn from Lc men Social that the opinion of the medical men of Belgium bas been asked on the subject of a law for the prohibition and sale of absinthe And such liquors Out of 5360 circulars sent out over 3000 have been returned favorable to the proposed law Alcohol anil Crliiilnullly Caesar Lombroso the well known Italian anthropologist has lately pub Halted a new book in which he claims that there exists a certain typo of men that are born criminals who through the organism Itself arc ordained bad They are seen among the lower classes who through heredity influences of cli mate etc are predestined to criminali ty LombroBo especially attaches Im portance to the Influence of alcoholism on criminality and the great misery it muses lie goes back sometimes for several generations to find why a man is a criminal lie says that of 97 chill Inn born by alcoholics only 14 are nor mal The abnormity may not always show Itself as criminality but when It dues in one generation some abnormality can be shown in every generation Of 100 crimes alcoholism Is the causo cf In Franco and 41 In Germany HiMiml lu Irulrrt Siilillcm Major General Davis commanding the Philippines has issued an order directing commanding ufflicrft to carry out the Act of the Philippine commission pro hibiting the salo of or IralQcln intoxicating liquors beer or wine at any place or on any premises within two miles of Hand now used or hereafter to be used toy the United Stales government foe iinilltary purposes Persons violating the act will be subject to a fine of 100 or Imprisonment for six months J PROSPERITY AND NO SALOONS itrlklnir tlnnnclnl Ite nla OtiltlnriI- II Lprlaln DryltMvn In KnnmiN The towns and counties of Kansas In which the prohibitory law Is strict ly enforced are as a rule better off financially than those which allow open saloons and collect a mon lily revenue from them for the suppor of the city government The towns In which the monthly fine syatom has been longest In force arc deep In debt they are compelled to maintain a large and expensive police force and the criminal dockets of their county courts are nearly always crowded The opposite Is true In the towns which will not tolerate saloons Tills Is aptly Illustrated In the history of Hutchlnson a town of 10000 inhabl tants and with the exception of With Ita the largest town In the south central port of the state After allow Ing Joints or Illegal saloons to run for a number of years under the monthly tine system practically a II cense for the support of the eltadry government was Instituted two years ago aud the saloons driven out Tilt result Is given In a recent state ment made by the mayor Mr K L Martin He says for the first time In the history of the cityof Hutchinson the floating debt of the town has been reduced during the past two years The street fund has changed from a deficit or 8000 to a surplus of UOOO and the general fund from a 15000 deficit to a 5000 deficit Not one dollar of Joint money went Into the treasury in this tme In the eight years prior when the saloons were running the floating debt was Increased by 75000 Of thin 55000 was refunded and 20000 was left over for us to pay During part of that time as high as 1000 a month was collected from the Joints In two years the criminal docket ot the district court originating from Hutchinson has practically dlsap peared The total coss to county anti city of criminal cases originating in Hutchinson for two years will be leas than 500 against probably 5000 to 10000 for each two years prior un der the tine system of allowng sa loons to run Tax levies have been reduced yett we voted one mill for a Carnegie brary Increased electric lights from 31 to 46 and added 21 additional wa ter hydrants and two miles of water mains to our water plant We reduced the police force and our city has been free from the crlm nal element A large portion of them =ey formerly spent In saloons 01 lost In gambling has gone Into legitl mate trade and our merchants all report Increased business During two years not a woman or child has complained that her husbands fath ers or sons wages were spent in a saloon or gambling den DRINK AND DIVORCE Some Slnllllc Which Sninr the 1- 1Intlnti of lllr One lo the Ube Here arc some comparative statistics for consideration Cincinnati 3518 marriages with a total of 405 divorces a ratio of one In eight New York 33 417 marriages 817 divorces a ratio of one to forty Chicago 1CCS4 mar riages 1808 divorces a ratio of one in nine Boston 0312 marriages 44ti divorces a ratloot one tfourteen Phil adelphia 9912 marrlajm 492 divorces a ratio of one In twenty San Francisco 3GGG marriages SID divorces a ratio of one In four That drink Is responsible for a large proportion of this domestic Infelicity Is the testimony of those who have had much to do with court business A let ter from Cincinnati says only yesterday eight divorces were granted in Judge Smiths divorce court and every one of them was caused by strong drink Beer and whisky were responsible for these marital wrecks Kate Chaplin teatlfled that her husband was bookkeeper In a brewery but drank so heavily he was constantly getting in a mud die and losing his Job lIe left her three years ago and never tame back Hessie Rtisscl said that her husband spent most of his time In saloons He was con stantly beating her While she worked he remained In bed Louise Andrews said that her husband got uproariously drunk and cruelly beat her Aramlnt Darker said she owned a piece of land when her husband got possession of It and then drank up all the proceeds Jessie Millers husband was a hard drinker and a gambler railing to sup port her Minnie Schmurr said that her husband always came home drunk and node her sleep on the floor Laura Lyklns said her husband preferred the saloon to her company and was drunk most of the time Lydia Allen said her husband spent every cent that ho could got for liquor and lived In the saloons So we eco that the saloon Is at the bottom of the worlds matrimonial unhappiness and ruin Shut up the saloon and strengthen the family tie National Advocate lnlinrit fJrrnlrM POI At a meeting of 12009 laborers held In Chicago May 20 Organizer Fitzgerald made a forcible temperance address in which he conclusively showed that whls ky Is nn enemy of labor Commenting on the bartenders demand he sdd The bartenders are not to blame rot being forced to work at their bust ness but I wish they would strike and destroy every saloon and brewery In the country Liquor Is the laborerscurse Let the man that thinks whisky strengthens him buy beefsteak Instead thats the kind of strength he needs Let him buy books and educate himself It he is not satisfied with his condition in life Whisky only reduces his physical moral and mental condition Use and 4buse of Stilt By DR HORACE BIANCHON of do hospital of the City of Pati There is a widespread belief that salt is n most important foodthat it is useful to the dif ferent organs of the human body in the perform ance of their several functions and that it is in dispensable to the development and free play of the intellectual faculties This belief is strength ened by the fact that in those regions of the earth where salt is not to be found it is imported from other places at great expense Its use is universal- In one of his recent works Albert Robin them onstrates that many of the states of fatigue and depression to wlucli we arc subject arc accompanied by a marked loss of the mineral elements of our organism and particularly of suit In most persons suffering from neurasthenia this loss is extreme The success of the method now in vogue in treating nervous diseases with glycerinphosphate preparations and saline injections is probably due to this fact In this connection I recall a thesis by Dr Meyer on the subject of thirst in which he tells of several interesting experiments demonstrating that prostrations or any state of great nervous excitation depends to a great extent on the amount of salt carried by the blood While in certain diseases there is an excessive secretion of salt in others the saute clement is retained by the tissues in an abnormal degree If persons so affected are given salt in excess it will br found that the cells instead of throwing the salt off again as waste matter retain it and it accumulates in the tissues Such is the case with those whose kdncys do not perform their functions properly This is what happens under these conditions The tissues be oming saturated with salt absorb water from the blood and this infil ration causes what doctors term edema or anasaren Formerly doctors prescribed milk as a remedy for edema Meats of all kinds have always been considered harmful to sick person anti for that reason doctors would put their patients on an exclusive suit diet While milk is no doubt good for the sick the uniformitv of a milk diet in many instances at least is a cntel punishment At this juncture Dr Vidal comes before the medical war vi tows ba scries of experiments as precise as they are ingenious th it milk is beneficial to the heart and kidneys subject to edema fr li reason that it is a food deficient in salt For instance ifn pern sti fering from Blights disease is given milk to which n quantitIf it has been added it will be found tbM tlc inflnmrcaiiptl anlsic IIincreases and the pittient shows all the symptoms of autointoxiiit 3Sow give him bread anti meat prepared so as to be most lailIt gestcd but without salt the swelling and inflammation will disappear the kidneys will perform their function and the general condition uf the patient will improve in a short while In the future the great problem in therapeutics and hygiene will he as it already is just how far to restrict the use of salt in the case of sufferers from rheumatism dyspepsia nervousness gout heart dis ease and kidney troubles The abuse of the use of salt has as much to do with causing arteriosclerosis and the aging of our tissues a has the abusive use of alcoholic stimulants Commerce Moving IIIestward By HON J P McCUMBER Calk Stales Sana lor tram North Dakota E KNOW that the tidal wave of commerce is rolling westward It requires little thought and little study of world conditions to convince us that but n few heJthe Atlantic to the Pacific ocean The great trading nations of the world understand this and are bending all their energy and diplomaitc skill to secure and hold for their respective countries the Asiatic commerce- It is not sufficient that we secure trading ports in Manchuria To compete with other nations of the world this country should give our merchants more than a negative support Individual effort should he backed by systematic national support anti assistance The businessmen of the country are ready to do their part The possibilities for unparalleled industrial development of the Chinese empire arc too well known and too well recogmzed to need comment Given an industrial people and natural resources and it needs but one other clement modern methods to insure a wealthy nation China furnishes the first two requisites Western enterprise vill furnish the other Although of the earliest civilization China in practically new and undeveloped country and these possibilities have jcen preserved for the present generation The Duty of Citizens By HON DAVID B HILL of New York El II IJ DUTY of every AlI1ci can citizen who loves his country aria its free institutions is plain lie should assist in the creation of a public sentiment which should demand that no person charged with crime shall be punished therefor except under due pro cess of law and by lawful officials end after a trial before a court and as provided by the wise and beneficial provisions of our federal constitution and these vital provisions so essential to the public wel fare must be respected in every part of our domain and wherever oU American flag skill permanently float and every man whether white or black native or foreign born rich or poor educated or unlettered must be protected in his life and liberty Schoolfor Professional Training By DR EDWARD EVERETT HALE Author of The Man Without a Country Klc rn irresistibly DO not change my opinion which I have often expressed in public that the choice of a mans profession should be post poned as long as is possible A good doctor or lawyer or clergyman or engineer should uc an anarounu man lie wants a liberal education quite as much as a special education and the same is true of a great journalist- I was myself trained in a good newspaper I do not believe that nny special courses in college can take the place of the education which is gcincd day and night in the daily administration of such an office t Berea College 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS LareeI Applied Solnnco Two years Course with agriculture for young moor mid Domestic Science for young Lndiei Trade HchooU Cfrpeutry Priuting HousHwork Nursing two Normal Oourics lor Teachers Throe courses heading to eountyilCertificate Stato Ctntificnto aud State Diploma Aoiidcmy Courne Four yearn lilting for Collogn for buinoi andIliraColingo CouraoM Litorarj Scifntific Classical loading to Bocoalnurtv ate degrws Music Choral free Heed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo aro here to help nil who will help thoninolvm toward a Christian odu cation Our instruction is a frw gift Students pay n small incidnnUt 10ftIto moot oipoiiMoi of the school apart from instruction nil must also pay for bonrd in ndvniic KxpoiiMcn for term 112 Woelct tuny bo brought within 11OO about Ilij to IM paid in adranco The School ondorswl by DaptisU Christians Disciples CoDlrPftatiooIIIalists Methodists IfertbytoriauH and good pooplo of all ref iirounoiui n FKICIOLT tii nr SFCUTAIT WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky The Bible Series Is INI LARGEST LINE Of SCLFIRONOUNCIMG DIULCS 11 TilE WORLD THtT e HinuHxlD to 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MITCHELLS MA- POFKENTUCKY1834 NOW IN THE CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY SHOWING MOUNTAIN COUNTIES AS THEN LAID OUT HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE By rmlilriit Win loolell ln H Artlola I Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Countlatln US4 In living among the mountain peon pie of Kentucky and adjoining State I have come to realize how much they are misrepresented by outsiders The newspapers love to report every loud cud homicide and the Democratic politician and old clavo holders very frequently abuse the people of the p Miuli IrUitr orlor1il IIrIIMruUiitnl m mlllllt- twrtniit v tnlnnlfrn- t liiltnlrjr AtllllrrjrI IIr Drummer acv a KiTiJutlontrr naT ftntloni llnel under the wt ul Jun lx22 nmtlnurtl ORCKNUP OUNTf John W Howe p Va I JamM Lawton p Va III June Patton p Ia I Charities Rigg p Md I Olayburn Sartin p Va IURLAS COUNTY Ricbanl hallow p I null car N OmJ- M88 Brook p N 0 in Borry Cawood p N C in JLewis Green p Va I Hall p SC I Jones p N 0 m 1StephenSnackleford p Va m KNOX COUNTY p Oa m James Chick p I anti car and cor Va m Pierce Dant Hamblin p N C Obodiah Hammon p of I and cav N C I John Layton Horton p Va I John Hubbs p S C in Win McHarguo p N C m Wado M Woodson p N C I LAUREL COUNTY iElijah Clark p Md m Evans p Va m James French p N YI John Forbes p and S NC John Freeman p Va m Solomon Slransbury p N C I John Simpeon p N 0 m LAWRENCE COUNTY Win Brown p Val Gilbert Blumer p N Y in Wm Cox p Va m Bazlo Castle p Val Adam Crum p N 01 Joseph Davie p Va George Hardwick p Va t Wm Lyon p N CI Samuel Leo p Va m John Lastey p Va Josiah Marcum p Va m John Marshall p Va James Nortou pt Va in James Pratt p Va Goo Perkins p N C m John Sexton p S C James Ward p Val LEWIS COUNTY Richard Bean p Va f John Dyall p cor and S Pa St f troops David Fink p Indian spy Jonathan N Grover p I andcav Va Wm Lucas p NYI John Swingle Sr Md m Thomas Williams p Va m MADISON COUNTY James Dowden p Va I Samuel Eatill p Va I Anthony Fullilove p Va I Thomas Faria p Va h Jamea Flick 2nd p N 01 Continued t 7t mountains A recent statement quoted from Senator Blackburn is an ex ample14awltwlnOfllJ in Kentucky confined to the mountains they are nearly all illiterate half starred and almost naked One theory is that many years ago all tie escaped convicts from the ad joining States fld into the mountains of Kentucky and their descendants are now raising the deviletc Now I know these statements to be untrue Lawleesnew in Kentucky NOT confined to the mountains and as for the ancestry of the mountain poo plo I have always believed that it was to our but Education religion ought to make people more prosperous Bores College an the special friend of the mountain people has net out to help them whore they need help and that is in the of making a livingOur people are too poor Their house are not enough Their schools are not good enough Too many women stay at homo for lack good clothes Too many girls grow up knowing how to play on the cabinet organ or make a dreaa We have to send far away to per Mountain Counties or Kentucky Itell Clay II t Fleming liteenup l lay lan Uckton lohuton Knoll Knox Mutel Mwtenrc lElie etcher IewU Mloml1 Mtnlfrr Morgan Owtlry Petty Pike Powell Kowin wove fioe TOTAI Si Couottet Kentucky weal Virginia Pennsylvania Indiana IlllnoU 411w 230300 FRIEND OF FARUEBS OEREA COLLEOB Mountain been cut and farms until they are small We must learn how to get out of land This means science and Bores teaches how to products of garden or farm Would like to got more your land Then send your boy to Bores will this fall in fruit trees trees and vines fitting the crop to soil selection of seeds rotation to and the land farm tools and machinery Next winter in preserving and marketing fruit selection of varieties of fruit farm buildings va of live stock breeding and and prove this I searched the records in Washington to find what families of mountaineers are descended from who fought with Washington in the Revolution ary war I am now publishing list of the who under various Acts of Congress wore pensions in til Of course many had died boo fore that tithe But hero is goodly list of Revolutionary veterans in the mountains and the families descended from these men have a right to holdup their heads Those lists are precious and should bo cut out week by week and carefully preserved IDO YOU BELIEVE IN PROSPERITY- How not only raise children lift them higher and practicalwork good without good Martin MituchuietU Connecticut divided There good rieties good got our furniture because we not know how to make furniture out of our splendid forest trees Hero is a table made from the last United States Census which shows how much poorer houses and tools the mountain man has on the- average than his favored and more highly educated fellow country men in other places Think of the mountain man with 25 worth of plements wagons andall and the Massachusetts farmer with 1231 worth of implements IB it not time that our boys were educated TADIK III PropertyAverage Value Farm Kttlll Ploy IMockcuUe rtmanu1 To ln1 few sn tO 1U 410 01 317110 moo IM ro 1Gil 00 9 II Sts 1 46 I tl to 115 41200 00 413 IJI 111- I-Uu10 4M 0 II 00 ItU 00 Mil 00 602- 93lU00 5732 lU 00 TilE IS timber has mountain are more our education double the a A you off of bo lessons grafting pruning the ofcrops rest improve its care I w honorable men a men drawing a do up more im plows 1911 Building IS 00 3U MOO to- moo II- IllJm tot w 0j300 1u lO 1M w Itt tO 10111 10714 218 WOO 11600 ill to- loWOO 12100 l0 U70J 18100 1210 III w h100 00 XAV- Oliwno 79100 I88S I60UW Implemti 1fig 15 u- oew 19 wal jJ la II- ItJ pl i1p 2roiw 1100 1100 um 2i 0- 0too OW w- n w O- 9100 11 00 300fJ 8100 w 1311 111 14100 Live Stock zw ire mOl18100 r11O IntOw IJI 2I4 w w 1011 w 111 l43 W 17710 100 U w 1771Ii 0 2I11IIS 1I70 1914 9614 91141 31 4n w 153 01 411110 n 4U III t4 Next spring in botany the science of the vegetable kingdom garden log road making surveying forestry the proper care of growing timber Send your brightest boy this fall and get some of this skill and science to help on your home farm and gar den Tell him to take the Farmers Course TilE FBIEND OF MOTHERS AND HOUSE WIVES IS BEREA COLLEGE Men do not understand how much labor and skill there is in a womans work To make a pleasant home takes a truly capable woman Berea College has a Home Science Course for young ladies and your daughter is good enough to take that courseBesides singing Bible drawing the keeping of accounts letter writing and other studies there will be lessons as follows This lull iu drafting cutting and lilting undergarments gardening making bread canning fruit care of Lho house washing and ironing physi ology care of the health Next winter making shirt waists otc cooking meats and plaunng meals the strengthgiving power of different kinds of food home decora tion a healthful location and care of the house in regard to health Next spring botany the science of flowers care of the sickmaking butter and choose money from poul try money from fireside industries homespun linen and bed covers Send your brightest girl this fall and she will como back to be a help to hor mother and to have a model homo of her own some day Educa tion is a girls best dowry THE NEGRO PROBLEM A Put of the Southern Whites against the Sentiment of the Christian World Let Every Southerner Understand this Evoiybody knows now that seces sion was a mistake The majority of the Southern people in every South ern Slate were opposed to secession and voted against it But there was a sot of violent men called fireeaters who by their appeals to prejudice and actual suppression of all fair dis cussiou bulldozed the South into the Civil War All thinking and Weilinformed men oven Alexander H Stevens Vice President of theConfederacy know that the rebellion was for an un righteous cause and that it was hope less The fireeaters were responsi ble for all the blood that was shed and all the property that was wrecked in the civil war If the calm and reasonable Southerners had maintain ed free speech they would have saved the South from years of devastation Now there is a party of fireeaters at the present time who are trying to reestablish slavery under a new name They will not listen to reason They appeal to the prejudice of ig norant whites And they must be opposed by all Southerners who love the nation and desire the prosperity of their own section The trouble is that so many South erners think the South is the whole worldand are unwilling to listen to facts and arguments The South is- uLely a small part or the nation and- through its own folly it is falling be hind all the time Its main growth comes from Northern help and it does not keep up with the growth of other sections The South was once half the Union now it is only a quarter Now we appeal to patriotic Southerners to come to the rescue If we want our section to grow like the North we must be willing to find out how the North does things So take this matter of the Negro Berea College takes the position of the Christian world at large and the posi tion of the East and the great North west The fire eaters throw so much dust In the air that many good people do not understand what this position is 1 The N gro is a human being andentitled to the same chance in life as other men 2 In the past he has had teas chance than others kept in poverty without a family andwith no train ing in selfdirection he is behind the average of his fellow citizens fl Christianity and wise statesmen ship pay special care to those who are behind It is the duty of the white race to help the colored race We send missionaries to Africa should we not do all we can to in struct the African in America We provide the est schools for the chil dren of Jews Poles Italians and other foreigners shall we not educate those people who were born in our own land 4 Really it is the white race that is on trial The whites have the wealth the power the education And the civilized world is watching to see whether we Southern whites will bo fair and act as Christians should toward our black neighbors It is easy to say We dont care what the civilized world thinks of us but we do care And we care what God Almighty thinks of us He willex act vengeance for the innocent victims of our lynchings He will callus to account if we leave tho colored chil dren in ignorance Now the majority of the Southern white people are right in these matters Stonewall Jackson taught a colored Sundayschool Every Southern State provides somewhat for the education of the Negro And yet the fire eaters are in danger of bulldozing the South into wrong which will put us to shame When Jno T Graves justifies lynching and Maj Yardman Democratic candidate n for governor of Mississippi opposes negro education and some juries in Alabama refuse to indite men for actually enslaving colored workmen it is time for Christian Southerners to let the world know where they stand 5 And how about the social equal ity This is a phrase used to excite the passions Let us be calm and thoughtful Nobody desires the mingling of the races except the low down Southern white man who has negro concubines The Christian world believes that it is not necessary to abuse the Negro in order not to marry him The idea in some parts of the South that one should never eat with a Negro or to go to school with one is very ridiculous to one who has seen the world The South was stirred because Roosevelt invited Booker Washington to lunch with him It showed how ignorant the Southwas Many of us did notknow that a big majority of all the gentle man in the world would have done the same Queen Victoria had lunch ed with Washington No awful re sulks followed except that the South showed how many narrow minded people it contained So of school Where the Negroes are numerous separate schools are favored by all But where it is economical or convenient to have some coLred students in a school there is no more tendency to intermarriage than where white and colored men work in the same shop In fact Berea has proved that the elevation of the Negro promotes the purity of the races You say you wish to keep the races from inter marriage Then support Berea for there are fewer mulatto children In Berea than in any other town ofequal size in Kentucky Hundreds of visitors coming to Berea have been surprised to see that all its customs are so proper and sensible No gallantries between the young men and young women of the races are thought of Many students here meet colored people less than in an ordinary Kentucky town And our colored students are of a character which makes us hopeful for the futureAnd Berea does not stand alone Harvard University which graduates more students every year than all the Southern colleges put together admits colored students exactly as Berea So do Yale and Chicago and all the great schools of the world The new President of Kentucky University and his wife are both grad u ates of mixed schools like Berea Soot Prof and Mrs Roark of the Stale College So of the leading teachers of the Baptist Institute at Williamsburg and many more of Kentucky foremost educators Let us be sensible Christian patri otic The elevation of the Negro will also help the elevation of the white And we shall have a new South in step with the Christian World THE LOCATION OF A HOUSE When the crops are all gathered and the hogs and cattle are sold off this fall perhaps some of the big girls and boys who read this column will decide to build a now house and start a home of their own If so I am sure they will be glad of some of the suggestions made at the first meeting ot our class in Home Eco nomics First then remember that a house is not built for a day or a year but will last a long time and do not begin until you have carefully thought out where you will build as well as how you will build This new house is to be to your family life what your body is to your soul And just as the soul and character are affected by the bodily condition so will your family life be affected by the house in which it is lived A light cheerful con venient house in a healthy location will do much toward making home the happiest place on earth In selecting the place in which to build a house the most important thing to remember ia not to build on tow yround On a rise the water will drain away but in a hollow or on low level ground there ia dampness malaria and sickness A gentle hill side slope is probably the best choice especially if the highest part of the hill is to the north and west This will be a protection from the cold winter winds and will make a nice southern exposure for your garden which you will want near the house Next consider the soil and where possible choose a gravelly or sandy soil rather than a clay The clay will form mud when it rains and willnot let the water drain away as will the gravel or sand Mudboles are neither pleasant nor healthful around the house If you must build on clay make some covered ditches to drain the ground well Be euro also that the soil is rich enough for Mowers and grass and the vegetable garden If there is a strip of woods to the northand west it will cut off the cold winds from your house in winter and willcool the hot winds in summer It will also give a shelter for stock and be a protection to the fruit trees and berry bushes which you can plant near A few fine shade trees near your house will add much to its beautyDomuchshade how ever that the sunshine cannot enter boldly into all your living rooms at some time during the day Fresh air and sunshine aro the two best doctors chargoHavefor consumption and catarrh will lice before them voryfirstbuilding every house whether in neglectsuch neglect of this that causes much of the ordinary sickness and many of the epidemics we see around us Be careful then in choosing the place on which you are to build your importantthatthat your house should be the prettiIest or biggest in your neighborhood Miss ids M Snyder Trrnmirrr il oho Brooklyn rant Knit Art flats If women atttnllon to their health we wouldyhave more happy wives mothers and daughters and If would observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not t perform the many cures they are given credit forfIn vised McElrees Wine of Cardui and Thed fords Black Draught and so took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui is A regulator the menstrual functions is a most astonishing tonic for women It scanty too frequent Cllresfularand painful menstruation of the wombwhites and flooding is when approaching woman hood during pregnancy after childIbirth and m change of life bahytohomesthatdruggists he eIOO bottles of Wine CarduiWINE0FCARDW HAVE YOUR- MEASURE i TAKEN for your new rail garments It Is the only proper and sat isfactory way of buying your clothes being that GOOD CLOTHES ARK ALWAYS MADE TO ORDER Make your selection from the tail oring tine o- fSTRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 Good tallora for over a quarter century Youll find a world of pleasure in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros faultless in style fit finish and materials Theyre so much better than the ordi nary run of clothes yet prices are astonishingly low and your perfectly safe in ordering because if garments are not satisfactory you neednt take them WE WILL BE PLEASED TO 1LINECALL O- NIJJ Branaman l Tho Genuine vi Counterfeit The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statementui never more forcibly real izedor more thoroughly appreciated genuineDeWittsmany counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W saysAfterwithout benefit one box of DoWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured me For prottllliingDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold at East End Drug Co i THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publlber UEUEA KENTUCKY WAYS OF LONG AGO rust nlsht dreamed I aIS awake Then waking up I dreamed My mind Just went without a break To where the waters gleamed And dimpled down beside the road- I saw the willows trail Along the stream jut like I knowcd I saw the teeter tall And heard the bluejay call and call And raw the eddies swing In curves below the waterfall An heard the robins sing And I was Just a boy nnd walked The ways o long ago The catbird came again and mock 4 Just like I used to know And In the orchard loaded down The heavy branches swung And In Its coast of sober brown The thrush Its matins sung And breezes moved the ripening grain In billows to and fro And I was Just a boy again In ways of long ago Oh welcome dreams that take us tack To childhoods happy days Along some wellremembered track n pleasant woodland ways Oh welcome tone of orioles And thrushs matins clear That bring us back the orchard knolls And days of yesteryear Till we can hear the lullabies And feel the rythmlc swing That used to lull our tired eyes When mother used to ring J111 Lewis In Houston Post A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Author ol Nor atArmThe Son ot i Tory Etc IcI7r1ght looi by J Urfinccu c-All ngatt CHAPTER IV AT TIlE MERTONS It wns a long mill wearisome ride There had been u protracted season of drought and beyond the city the Held lay scorched and sere while a white coating of dust covered everything by the roadside Even the leaves of the trees motionless In the sultry air seemed burnt and lifeless Overhead hung a blazing sun As they plodded forward the horses be ng unable to move faster than a walk owing to the heavy load clouds Df dust rose about them The very atmosphere was permeated with floating particles nnd the distance was blurred and vague For nine miles the road ascended gradually part of the time following JjjAlie course of the abandoned Susrjiie Dango canal part of the time In dose proximity to the track of the Sus Vffgo and Eastern railway There wan little conversation Occasionally one of the young men near the drivers seat was heard to berate the heat in n subdued hopeless fashion find there was a rare interchange rt chaff between these same young cen and a lone yokel shouting from a farmyard by the highway Once or twice n pugnacious shcperd dog rushed out and burked lit them but no one gave heed to the implied chal lengeIt was nearing five oclock when they reached the shady park at Bin tonville Very fomlllar tills spot looked to Ilosslter for it was at the Institution situated upon the lofty 1111 a mile and n half from the pretty little town that he had spent the four years of his college life There was the church in which he had once taken part in a prize contest before nn audience made up chiefly of beam- Ing and fluttering maidens and their escorts low very far away It all seemed Quite like another existence And tiC was corning hack to the scene in a hop wngonl It was gut much as he had pictured his return when he had lingered one night In the moonlight by yonder fountain a few weeks before his graduation- He glanced about ns they passed up thcTesidence tilde of the park thinking he might recognize some of the townsfolk for lie lied known quite a number of tire citizens when he was in college bnt there were few to be seen and among them lie distinguished no one whose figure he remembered Ileyond the trees and the strip of greensward a bag gageman was driving at an ambling gait in the direction of the station but It was not the eccentric littto Irishman Barney who had been wont to deliver his trunk In tho old days at the top of three flights of stairs with so many remarkable ex pletives A feeling disappointment and loneliness seized upon Ilossltcr a sense of bring apart and aloof from the rest of the world rids was the one platt of all places where he had felt that there was sure to be some one to greet Lisa yetIIin his memory Doubtless there were those whom he would Joiow and who might recall him but they were not In evidence and he had ex peeled that they would lie Joe IJecrnft noticed the dejottlon in theJdistant beyond HintonvSlle fell it aim t nn awful sight fourth er she Answered but tis inosiJr Ull Mrs Itccrnft had been wielding a large loosely jointed fan energetically tor must of tho nine mllen they had traversed and was well nigh in u state of collapse A little rill of perspiration avns making its my doivn bti rounded tq e just la 1 r l front of each ear There was a ring of heat about both of her eyes and vet she mild not complain You look nbout done up Ma said leer elder son transferring his attention from Uosslter She smiled at him resignedly I dont knows Id care to go on molly more miles like this she said I guess well all be glad to get thereSome of the young men were nn xious to pause for a drink of beer but the driver informed theme that If they did so they would have to follow on loot as he should not wait consequently no one quitted the wagon As they left Hlntonvjlle behind the ground began to rise In u long slope for Instead of pursuing their way along the volley in which the town nestled they bore to the left towards a lofty range of hills The sun was slowly westering and be yond the brooding vale where the winding Oskenonto flowed on the crown of the first abrupt rise lies sttcr say the slanting rays kindle to golden fire the spire and vane of the old college chapel At the sight of the shiftingwindIndicator one of his student pranks flashed into his mind a thing that had dropped from his memory for years how in the lazy spring afternoons he used to place a chair in the deep window of his bed room and having lowered tho upper rash pepper away with his revolver ut the veering arrow Now that Im no near he thought his eyes still upon the spire and the trees that hid the other col lege buildings I must walk over some Sunday and have a look at the dear old place A little breeze sprang up as they as chided stirring the leaves In the av pieorchards anti causing the foliage of two ancient poplars that towered where the road forked to glisten here and there like quicksilver Do you see those trees exclaimed Tack Parmelee suddenly turning to his weary wagon load Well from the way they oct were goin to have rain afore tomorrow nioriiln an a mighty big blessin itll be too A peacock with sprad tail paraded Its vanity before theta ns they passed this point and as they were bending to the right gave a lung raucous cry which was the occasion of a vast amount of amusement among ninny of the young people who had never heard the birds peculiar call before Sow were sure of II said Jack Parmclec Mister Peacocks an au thority on the rain question Its luck nil around better hops nn bet ter goodll the rain do the hops now one of the prospective pickers inquired They aint goln to grow any more be they Itll cool the air an keep em from mouldin Ive been mighty scart of em for a day of two an swered the driver Such n spell o heat raWa thunder with em some timesSeveral hop fields hind already been passed and there was now u yard upon either side of the road Everyone began to regard the vines each pole with its hops like a swarm of bees at the top with an increased interest When these fields hind been left behind Mamie Becraft anti n number of others commenced cran ing their necks u though they thought that their destination must be in sight Theres the house cried one lOr can pee the imop kiln ex claimed another and in spite of the uncertain motion of the wagon over the stony road several mounted the seats for the purpose of obtaining better view Yea Jack Iarmelee remarked were about there and I reckon sup perll be ready This announcement was hailed with various comments of satisfaction The jaded horses seemed to realize that they too were about to Mb rewarded for their part in the tire some journey and struck Into a brisker walk Everyone forgot for the instant the heat and the discom fort and becnme animated and alert Itossiter caught something of the ex citement of the moment and rose partly from his seat ns the wagon ap proached n large white farmhouse set midway in a spacious yard In front were several tall locust trees In the rear upon the nearer side stood the barns the hopkiln with its queer ventilator upon the top and various other outbuildings Ile yond there appeared to be u garden and orchard while directly opposite was a huge hop field As they entered the yard a robust Finootlinhaven man came out upon the piazza at the side of the house closely followed by two women The man who was in shirt sleeves and Moro u ribbunless widebrimmed lint of straw unused with his lips parted In A smile his litmus upon his hips nnd his feet spread wide and stir veyed the wngonload The worsen sisters evidently slender kindly faced and rather short of statue IlIter11CltfMertoii this way time others her Iils1 ter Lisa Parmelee who lives with em Tliey a daughter but I dont seeherAll ht Jack asked Mr Mer ten defending the porch steps Yen all right1 returned Pannelee leaping from his perch and giving himself a shake Must V buda pretty warm an dusty drive dldJIo you said will look after time women and lack here will tale cart of the men HeIboys In cried motioning to two furnjliandtf who werestandiu ta the door way of time hors barn Tarry up and give us a lift It was a great relief to RoKslter to stretch his cramped limbs As he glanced about he saw evidences of thrift everywhere in the neat yard in the trim sheds in the overflowing mows nnd In the recently painted ramblingly spacious house Jill vng nbond experience had trained his eye in these matters and he could usually read iron the exteriors what treatment he was likely to receive Here he knew that he should fare well He was already glad that he lad decided to come Having seen the hop wagon unload ed nnd the team led away by one of the farm hauls amid having watched the women and girls disappear In Mrs McrtonH wake Ilossiter whirled about to find the male portion of hits companions gathering up their pos sessions preparatory to following Tack Pnrmelee lie had his own small bundle In his hand and lint lag joked the Decraft boys who hnd been assisting their mother nnd ulster the three went forward together Mr Merlons right Imnd titan led them along the driveway to the rear of the house whern lIe struck Into n path which traversed a small or chid that was separated by n high picket fence from one much more extensive At the lefthand lower cor ner of the lesser orchard amid within a stones throw of the farm hommse was n long rather low onestoried building Heres your sleeplnquarlers said Jack Inrmelee throwing open the door antI revealing a double row of snowy cots Youll have to do your wnshtn up to the barn Ill show you after you pick your places and stow your traps anti therewith he left them The floor was scruplously clean there wus umosquito netting at all of the windows nail there were three lamps with reflectors for lighting the room llosslter and the two lie ELI WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ITr ASKED JOE crafts secured cots at tho fart end of the apartment and then liar ing made themselves acquainted with the basin anti towel arrangements at the barn went in to the large kitch en which hail been cleared for an eatingroom t a plenttul supper Well what do you think of It naked Toe Uecraft as he nnd Iloisiter strolled smoking down the road in the afterglow having ratlsfied to the full their by no means slender appetites I say its the slickest thing Ive ever struck by long odds I dont fancy we shall find much to complain of unless its the hop picking Whats that like Oh thats fun There no work about It All you do is just to strip the hops from thin vines that tome chap called a polepuller brings you an chuck em into your box You musnt put many leaves in though They dont like that It doesnt sound difficult Difficult Well no but I can tell you its quite a trick to pick so that you can turn out your three boxes a day They used to allow you to put some leaves in an then a fellow could manage four or five but now its different Theyre darn par ticular Lets see what do we get Thirtyfive cents a box an grub If you boarded yourself youd probably get 50 They usually have a lot of people who pick after that fashion come up from Hlntonvllle so I un derstantI Thats how they manage in most yards hereabouts Im really quite keen on It said Rossitcr with a touch of Joes en thusiasm You nut try and get at a box next to ours You see four boxes are generally joined together made crt consequently theys only room for our family at one of the combi nation things announced Hccraft Oh thats how it ism Yes thats the way they work It The little breeze that sprung tif just before their arrival had died with tho going down of the sun anti the fever of tho day was still in the nlr Far away beyond the western hills a black cloud was beginning to Invade the sky and Itnsxlter con allIpeting peacock was likely to be fulfilled before morning In the parched and dusty grass at the roadside a cricket chorus was ringing clear antI caeery nnd u late locust was vie lining in the stubble of a barley field They walked for perhaps half a mile before they turned llecraft corn menting In huts frank way upon the pleasure he was anticipating In his sojourn of two or three weeks In the hopfields and telling HoKsiter of the monotony the rolorleseness of his ordinary dally life Do you know he said with n wave of his Lund if It want lot soiimthln like this every year or two Id bo a fit subject for an nay lum If pften seems when I leave the mill at night us though I was ICier goiu to get tlc clatter o ma a enlnory out atny lull 1 hear the wheels hummln In the dark an is the straps rplnnln round un round Then I begin to think o the country the smell thlngnntl he drank la the pungent aroma of time hopfichli with infinite contntl1n after while Im all right Theres nothln like bavin somethln free un healthy to look forward to Youd thrive on n farm wouldnt you Havent you ever thought of trying It Oh yeah limit theres no money In fnrmln unless youve got n good- Ish slyetl place nn then my girl Ive got n girl you know he Inte- rjltttIIho dont take much stuck in Itvln1 out nwiy front folks Reticent as lto stter was in regard to his own affairs anti he felt that he halt good cause to be It was very pleasant to have this young man to whom IT hnd been nn utter stranger until that morning tnlk to him In this confiding train It made him hue n new antI surprising sense of halfconfidence In himself As they were silent for n moment they become conscious that n vehicle wns approaching behind them They glanced buck anti saw not fur ills tnnt and drawing near nt n rapid rate n pair of large sorrels Attached to n light surrey They retreated farther Into the grass nt the rondo edge to avoid the dust from the passing carriage nnd glancing up ns It wept by observed that It contained a ticker anti two young ladles The one who sat upon the aide nearest them let her eyes rest upon them for an Instant then site her compan ion and indeed time whole conveyance were lost In n whirl of dust Itonsltcr wntched the traveling cloud until the homes and the surrey emerged from it at the Mrrtons gnte Did you notlco that girl remarked tin younger of the two men Yes did Gee but want site a hummer She certninely was agreed Ho slier mniiMd nt his companion tribute to feminine beauty The calm of the growing dusk now cast its influence over them and there was little said ns they retraced their steps to the fnrm To Ue Continued PIPE AIDED CHRISTIANITY Story ut IlUtlop more imue rug I low UP Kept iron Loilng III Temper One of Melbournes hMorlc build lags Kishopucourt the otllcinl real dence of the Anglican prelate is about to be demolished and In give place to a more uptodate structure In Its garden Is the oldest gum tree In Australia declared by the late emi nent botanist Sir Ferdinand von Mueller to date iron time 10th cen vfnder his old tree was the favorite seat nnd openair study of Dr Moore house now bishop of Manchester during the ten years that he occu pied tho see of Melbourne rays the London Chronicle- A lady visitor baring once sag gested that tobacco WHS of satanic origin Illshop Moorchoune replied Pardon me madam I suioVe Mid I am n better Christian for doing ro Do you read my letters in the pa persThe lady replied that she did with pleasure Do you ever see anything discour aging or unkind In them Certainly not Ioften remark how well you keep your temper Well madam the first drafts of these letters contained the most cutting things I could think of Then I would go and sit on the butt of that old gum tree light my pipe anti Lava n quiet smoke After that I would go to the house and strike out ev ery line that would give pain to others So you see smoking make me n better Christian dlyareire Ifrrcs a good telephone story from the Outlook of a couka fresh im portation who had newer seen not heard of the Instrument before no ceptlng nfT engagement In n suburban Xew York household Tho whole thing Impressed her as uncanny and for weeks she stood to awe of the ap paratus always putting on a clean nprpn before answering a call to an Interview with some lady or gentle mon at the other end of the inyMfa wire One tiny she electrified a dozen guests at dinner by appearing at thu door of the dining room and asking distractedly of her mlstre It this McOlniils grocery store Why of course not responded the amazed hostess what do you mean 1 ell shore they asked me over time tlllyphone this minnit muiini Itnril to llelleve An amusing tory is told ot a New England minister who often speaks In behalf of a certain clarity in which he Is greatly interested If linn n fine voice and u graphic way of telling Incidents both humorous antI pathetic so that his hearers arft often moved to laughter or tears At tho close of ont meeting at which he had spoken with great ef feet and a large gain for the char- Ity had peen the direct result u lit tie old lady approached time minister Oh site said earnestly Ive beet no Interested In hearing nbout those poor dear children And I suppose a great many of those stories you told are really true arent they A Cnatfnmlun Officer Hogan An do yez ruly inls nc aV an avenin whin 01 dont dhrop Knly Keegun Faith I clot Sometimes 01 almost feel bike shtnyln ir vWn its we day outfuck Sf 1 A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for many aches and pains Out whatever the cause of de cay it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in good condition Wo clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to tho patient Our fine sots of teeth at 15 made on zjlouito or rubber are absolutely perfect Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cent amalgam filling iG cents SpecialacI commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson ogle nrU door lo Iut otfcco Richmond Ky ratenrtnuaallorrwrirMi Sr It tIN hrroramuB ttrrtreeSWl FT 4 CO rmtrdLnflrr Opp US Palent OBc WMhlngtOH For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tnbkto and a quick cure in certain For vale bj S B Welch Jr staterourwanlaabdrnd latalcg TELEPHONESComplete rjwh of rhuinteaetandpaekedsgt w it log I M4rra o thai unyeKit too tank lt Drrr1anretiontbnut r mt kuooUr a ot JJ tr rat fir rail tlta4rompirl Outfit li In Iu4 lb fvUfmlug No rt riionn perpalrta0l- Ulet An Wlw TllmeealIIIllIsuplaawTap 1u IIKUMAX C TAFKL Ir 0KvtnYTIIIMI ItMCTKIfA- UXMOWJiirrHr IuoNcKWV JXUIIVIIIR Kr I Iurlalle lIiinr If you ever took DoWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to tho tissues and organs involved W II IIowellof Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for consti potion tick headache etc For sale bj East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for bomo r un and homowoven goods such as bed covorlidti linen dress Unsay jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlidu 64 to 70 Linen 40 to fiO cents a yard Dross LInsejr DO cents B yard Jeans GO cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 a pair White linsoy anti white blankets ere not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards i2 inches wide aud 2J yards 00 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 io per Ion or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Ktmnncli Trouble- I have been troubled with my stomach or tho past four years says D L Bench of Clover Nook Finn Greenfield Mass A few dia tab I was induced to buy a box of Cham berlains stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and fool a great deal better If you have any trouble with your trouble try H box of these Tablets You ore certain to he pleased with tho result Price 25 cents For sale by S E Welch Ir MONUMENTS tint H dstoni Utuirf Cftnlt and Marble Work of all kinds don in a workmanlike manner at rea onnblo price and with dispatch Allwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cbrnptol Main mud CnlllnlltIL I lobed from the nrad C W LnntliH Porter for the Ori ental Hotel Chouuti KAn says E know what it way to suffer with nou rnlgindttd I did sod got a bottlo ot Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from time dead I tried to- go sonic more but before I had de posed of my bottle I was cured entirely I am telliu de truth too 25 DO and 100 at East End Drug Co DR M E JONES ie Dentist e OOlce Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to enJ of Ihe week- GARUET h HOTEL Newly Fitlixltip MIls Donnl and Lodging at Kpulnr grins Second rt opposite Court House Hlchtuond Ky R G ENGLE Prop Una Sdda Illof ClininU rnlli Ceugt- i Kriiirilj tiara sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire natiftfaction I have sold n pile of it and cau rocoin mend it highly Joscm McKunxcr Linton Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend whoii troubled with a cough or cold It always af lords n quick relief anti in pleasant to take Fir sale by S E Welch Jr c = Without Harness The bout horse lu tit world is of little usa With well malt perfect fitting harness ou he Iwrotuea both usful- and ornnuieutal Ifstyle in desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It in light b mlllomlludvIry durable If strength in the main considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all Iron Tal Aloberly Richmond KY CliO I Usually begins with the Hytnplqns of a common cold thero in chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded res piration Give frequent small doses of UallitrdH Horehound Syrup tho child will cry for it and at tho first sign ofa croupy cough apply frequently Dullards Snow Liniment ex ternally to tho throat CO rants at East End Drug Co OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Frulti and Vegetables s Speedily Sole trot for Diaacr Cream Bread I OPPOSITE URDETTKS MILL NEAT POULTRY MARKER It I Lnally alum On unit Diivn Xot le tllntv or IHOIIIH nilcnre- thr Clilrkrn A marker that It cailly put on cud dots not Injure or mutilate the chicken Is made from twoInch strip of zinc or tin no thoun In the cut 1 he wostu cutllQis from any tin shop wilt Include plenty of strips timtjvlll answer with out much cutting lo be punched In the ItirKccrd through which the point la to Jio Inserted and bent ovcrnftrr wind ing nround the shank of the bird To JlOsI MAD LEO BAND put nn the rumbtrs neatly cover the end of the tag with grease In which write the figtins carefully with a null Then upply a little murlttlc acid which will rut Into the surface of the metal where the nail has laid It bareI A Flake In lurrn And Home BAD FLAVORS IN EGGS Iliff Ar Caued lijr flue food the lien lol anil ClimiKP tit Its lluu Curva l ill Farmers have known for years that when unions were fed to hens they imparted their flavor to the eggs Now an oxjierlacnt station has very carefully proved It by a thorough trial but they claim that it required come 1C da11 be fore Ley could detect the flavor Thtlr onion cr garlic must have been very wild flavored or the hens were not very hungry for them When we learned It by experience throwing rome partly decayed onions Into the htnyard It tool but a day or to to detect the flavor In the epg ALd In a week the egg had a Ktroniter flavor than a raw onion says the American Cultivator Hut then we had not learned to give the hens green food during the winter only as we hod It from the table waste which was not 1 large amount just cabbage leaves par ItiKfl of roots and such material from a mall family It dots not take a week to give n fishy flavor to eggs If hens are- fcvLfrcrly on nah when hungry for ani mal food and It U manifest all the rootur It the 1h Is a little stale and de caying iBfat not twett etouith for table me will flavor eggs Just ns quickly at It tiocs milk when led to row acd we only wonder that the experiment sta tion ftbr ul have thought It wan nccts nary to prove It sow they only need another experiment to prove what others have proved long ago that decay lag mural or flab If fed to hens In sum drat quantity will cause rapid decay of rpps cr of the ttnb of the fowl If they are slaughtered within from one to three days after It has been fed And it the fowl while alive may seem note the norte for It and ptrhape be none the won for It a week later If Its sae is discontinued as the bacteria that cause rapid decoy cannot work In the living body and will perish there In about a week In a healthy animal This Is our reason for objecting to the raw cut bore and meat to much advocated now If fresh It It all right except In the paint of cost but decay has usually be gun In It before the poultry keeper can buy It eirTu will buy enough to taut several days and It has had time to acquire n bad odor and flavor and the germs of decay POULTRY YARD NOTES A day of neglect In the poultry yard often leads to month of rare Remember that filth and lice carse about all the diseases poultry Is afflicted withGet ready for the show reason and let the other fellows ace what klnJ of a breeder you are Early maturity Is what makcc winter laying pullets Force the pullets along all rnpldly ns possible Lawn clippings stored where ihey will dry In the shade are an excellent HUUfltJtuto for vegetables In tho winter If you have milk do not be afraid of riving the hens too much of It Buttermilk or Four milk ore as good HB sweet liana like to scratch for their feed but if they must scratch for nil they get they will not have much time for ay Inc Some people rrefer to keep Shucks of mind blood They talk nicely about tuolr Hocks but they will learn better later The time to tare dlt ase Is just be oic It appears This can be done by- 4t4nr plenty of that best of medicine jircremtlon Commercial Poultry e Iloir Stuck llrlfm In- Au l Instance was related to mo the other lnyof the value of stock raising and UK Incidental clover rotation In i liullditig up tho productive capacity of thelInrgerIngton market from northern Virgnla farms These farms were then models uf fertility The rotation was wheat r corn and lover and little If ar com mercial fertilizer was used The Ittft produced was of the lineal When Chi copo beef Unan to be shipped every where these fanners did not find It sot j profitable to rrjse steers nail drive them theirrhad to begin the use of commercial fer tlllicr These farm lands have tlnce ttwt yjy decreased In productive ca idly jiritll now most of them are bUBhfIllf CARE OF COMB HONEY It Must HR llniKlUd Curelully la lau aura n Imlll and l litttUIi u Itrpulnllun As KOUI as the comb honey In sealed remove li from the hive tcrapo all sections cleun of propuilu then put It directly Into slipping cases and clone tight Ktcp It In a warm room till time to sell never allowing It to freeze IUI freezing It cracks the comb says Tho Farmer and when warmed again It bo guns to leak out making a natty dauby HICH4 lie sure your shipping case Is tight so that ants uilllcrB or lllcB cannot get In Do not put honey lu a cellar all the dampness buah tho capplngH the honey grows thin loses Its flavor and leaks out while If stored In n dry room It will Improve and thicken Never pack two colors of honey to- Gether or mix It lu the shipping cases Keep the white honey by Itself for a better price Ho very careful not to pack any section of honey having a single cell of pollen In It for It surely will have an egg from a moth miller in It which will hatch out a big ugly worm to spoil Clio honeyIf havent shipping cases ready to pack the honey In an soon as taken ort time hives then store It In the supers In a dry warm room tiering them up as high as you can reach After two weeks fumigate with sulphur to kill any moth worms that may bo hatching Also repeat the fumigation once In two weeks till cold weather Ship all honey to market beforo freezing weather if possible SYSTEMATIC SELECTION The nly WAY In Which Ihr trntnr uf Ioullrj Cnii tin Inrrmtcil lib Crrlnliilr Everyone would like to have the Ideal hen that begins laying In November keep It up all winter and raises n Hoik of nice plump cockerels and good laying pullets In the summer when ergs are cheap To sture such a class of poll try we would say get tome purcbrfd foundation stock and then select for tot desired end Selection Is tho groundwork of Improvement not only In poul try but also In all farm stork Decejn her laying strains do not rome by chance To get this trait the pullets are hatched early fed well and when there Is a marked tendency shown by a few Individuals to get down to earn fAt work the eggs of these few are used the following year for hatching and to the work for Improvement goes on The same course Is followed In producing table tow Everyone can practice tlili Improvement It the trouble Is token and when the work Is undertaken Intel Hgcntly and with determination the trouble Is considerably decreased Tin lean longlegged hen and the overfat Idle Individual should go to the kitchen early In thtlr existence then when spring comes and time time tor batch lag begins the eggs from the most dc Irable types need only be used This systematic selection Js the only way In which we can increase the usefulness of our poultry and the profits of pout I ry raising Commercial Joultry FARM POULTRY HOUSE U xnrylua I1 Leortth it Can n 3tsd litmr IuiiUHli fur a lug Tluck I The picture shows a very poultry house The ronnDlenI should have at least one window which should be large enough so as to throw a very strung light In the Inside The house proper should have a door and a window the carne its the scratching shed This Is a convenient plan for a poultry house and by varying Its length It can GOOD IOUITIIY HOtHK bo made large enough for n good mnny fowls In the cut P shows the perches P the lloor U scratching room under poultry house A the partition between the horse nail shed Orange Judd Farmer AlfnUu n n llunry Ilnnl Alfalfa Is tho greatest lunacy plant known to modern agriculture says P U Coburn It Is superior to any white clover swect clover or buckwheat and under favorable conditions gives a honey Mow from June till October Tho farmers In tho alfalfagrowing districts Arc only beginning to appreciate their opportunities for honey produc tion There were 57722 stands of bees in Kansas In 1903 The pverngc honey product per stand was given as a little over 13 poundB for the hole state Eighteen eastern counties where al falfa Is scarcely known produces only 76 pounds of honey per stand These IS counties contained about 3S per cent of time bees of the state 21903 stands and produced only 22 per cent of tho money 11Iis per fat or which contains all the desirable elements necessary for production for which reason corn lu an exclusive diet will not give satisfactory results There la but little limo In wheat and corn and as lime Is essential lu the production of bone it Is evident that young chicks will make Jut little growth when the larger portion ftt their food conulato of corn and corn weal If clover either green or cured or skim milk Is fed wit n torn more benefit jvlll bo derived from thrf combination than from the grain only Animal food should also bo allowed Farm and Fireside THE sUHDAY SCHOOL Lmxut In tii liilrriindtinnl fnlffur ie iulirr 7 llllit tllllIIIII GIIGI1 TiT Thr Lurd In my light nodsuIntlun1eu liltbrHJliCTH AMJ UOLUEN TENTS rHwn iIsrael AsLing for a King Golden Text Irtpare our hearts unto the Lord and serve Him only1 Sam 7ileMon IIRaul Chosen King Gold en Text The Lord U our King He will save usIs 3322 Ieseou III Samuelii Farewell Address Golden Text Only ffar the Lord and serve Him In truth with all your henrt1 Sam 1224 LFMin IVSnlll Rejected as King Golden Text To obey better thc- macrlrN1 Sam 1522 lesun V Samuel Anoints David olden Text Slam looketh on the out ward appearance but the herd looketh on the henrt1 Sam 1C7- Lwion VlDavid and Goliath Golden Text If God be for liP who can be against us7Rom 831 leuon VllSatil Tries to Kill David Golden Text God Is our refuge and strength a very present help In trouble IV 40 I Lornn VIII David and Jonathan Golden Text There Is a friend who stlcketh loser than abrotherlro1824 Lesson IXDavid Spares Saul Golden Text Love your enemies do good to them which hate youLuke C27 Ion XDeath of Saul and Jona than Golden Text There Is a way which srtincth right unto a man but the end thereof are the ways of death Prov 1412 Ixtfon XiDashj Becomes King Golden Text 1lehold how good and how pleasant It for brethren to dwell torether In unllyPe 1311 Lesson XII Abstinence from Evil Golden Text Ue not drunk with wine wherein is UffllFlb r18I- NDKFINITK rilllONOTeXlY OF TK mOD In studying the period of the judges It will be remembered that we were almost entirely at sea to far ns chronology was ronccrned From the time of David on the difficulty grows steadily lets and yet as Algen says It Is necessary to prefix the qualifying word about to every Illbllcat date down at least to the beginning of the eighth century Of the dozen wellknown schemes of Old Testament chronology none has won general acceptance Thechronolopy derived from Assyrian Inscriptions Is of very great value though It by no means removes all difficulties These Inscriptions are dated by the Assyrian calendar or canon This canon exists In several copies all of which agree closely and rover the period from about 900 B C to MO B C Each year bears the namnof an officer railed on e pony m Tt Fof otnce of the eponym was one year sow this calendar mentions the fact that during the term office of the eponym PurSagall In the month of Slvnn May June time sun was eclipsed Astron omers tell us that there was a total eclipse of the sun at Nineveh June IB 7G3 D C thus fixing with accuracy not only this date but all the rut But we shall probably never have an accurate chronology for early Biblical history The orientals lough at us for be ing so anxious to get at exert dates and accurate figures These things were natters of little account lo them as most of their histories show Prof Park once Illustrated the difference between the oriental point of view and thnt of the European byiaylng that If you ask a German general how many men there are In his command he will tell you to a man bat ask the samequca lion of a Turkish general and he will make nprofound bow and say Hythe grace of Allah my people are as the sand which if upon the seashore We may well remember this Illustration In reading the historical parts of the Old TestamentAs of the Indeflnltenefc of our knowledge of the dates of early Biblical history we can notice two Im portant Incidents The year In which Saul became king of Israel lit variously believed to be II C 1005 lOtS 1037 and 1020 Which date or Indeed If any Is correct we have no means of making certain The date of the beginning of Davids reign Is as far from being certainly ascertained tssher rays It was lor0 According to Hlbllcal synchron isms It was 1009 TheAfsyrlancomptua Ion puts It at 1017 Potion puts It as late as the year 1000 B C IluH full TliUtlm Tho most dangerous hypocrite Is the one who deceives himself Men would have more faith In God if they saw more works In men Some men shout their convictions to as to silence their conscience The more we are burdened with sub stance the greater the shadow we rapt lie who seeks lo get without giving Is a gambler no matter what hits business A man U diligent tocultlvalc his corn but expects hula character to grow wlti out Dont keep any company In your heart that you have to apologize to your self for The man who brags of his past Is not likely to have anything to brag of In his future eimiKK fruin CIIIIIIMII Fruits depend on roots Iteverenre is the sign of reality In rev IIglonIWhat we call sorrow God may call strengthGod our triumphs In the guise of trials Great aspirations do not atone for lit tieactionsLove the best lens with which to view another Duty Is the name we give to what God rails opportunity AVInci of temptation could work no e1 itm Lr weakness wUllhi RARE COINS FOUND Are Dug Up by Workmen While Ex cavating in Old Well Dlieuverr la Mnilc In 11nrttCol Ctldenlly lndr lijr French and Used In TrnilliiK ttllli lime Inillnni Deep down In the bottom of an ole well which fur more than a century had been forgotten the workmen who wer excavating In 1lttsburg fur a new pas senger station dug up a box of coins which date back to the period when all the territory on which 1lttsburg Is built sad surrounding country was in the hands of the French The find one of the rarest that has been made In this section cf the country for a number of years While there Is considerable speculation as to how the coins came to be placed there In a box and even for what purpoesthe well was dug are rather doubtful It IB Known from the dates on the plrctn of money that they were used prior to the time cf the Trench and Indian war Coin collectors pronounce the pieces of money to be very rare and a cvln dealer said trial they are not listed In the cata logues This being the case the persons who have the coins In their possession may sEt n handsome price for them The money had been placed In a tin box when It was deposited In the well Scraps of the box were found but the rust had almost completely eaten It rep Featured about the scraps of the box about 0 coins were picked up These alto hnd been greatly affected by rust and some of them were almost destroyed The dates on only a few could be made out and even on there the last figure Is doubtful On one the date Is 1C1 the last figure being Illegible On others weredates lndlcntlngthat time dins had been made some time In the fifties In the eighteenth century poet of the coins are of copper hut there ere about half a dozen of silver It Is evident that there bad been man more coins In the box but that they hail seen destroyed by rust On one side ol the copper coins Is the profile of an India drawing a how and on the otbcr are the thorn thistle and rose probably Indicating hostility toward England The only words that are legible In the inscription are Rex Laehltanta It It quite evident that the coins were meby the French and used In trading with the Indians- DEATH ENDS QUEER ROMANCE Girl lOll llfrfflt on Illxovrrliii- Tliiil MifTllirnrl U tier Un llrollirr A romancn breathing with passion strange and unnatural culminated the flther day at Cincinnati In a tragedy when pretty little Henrietta Nlederhcl raan tool her own life because she could not marry her brother Gewrgc Distler now 21 years old and Henrietta Nlcderhclman aged IS were lster and brother although their names would Indicate they were of different families The two were separated by adoption until 18 months ago At tat time tie brother went o Cincinnati from Noblcsvllte had and through the superintendent of the childrens home learned the whereabouts of his sister He was given the information upon the promise he would not acquaint his sister of till relationshipThey tosttber often and ly the sister learned to lovethe brut er and marriage was talked ahoutr became necessary to tell her tint her lover was her brother and when she was convinced t this feet and realized she could not wed him she tooic hci life with poison MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept CATTLECommon 82 25 fp 3 C5 Heavy steers 4 60 fp 00 CALVES Extra 0 75 0 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 6 25 oil 30 Mixed packers 6 00 tJ 6 20 SHEEP Kxtra 3 00 49 3 05 IJVMUS Extra 51U 5 4- 0FIOUhtSprhtg pat 4 aj 4 90 WHEATNov red i No3 winter 8- 5COnNNo2 mixed d li- 3OATSNo2 mixed tot 3- 8111No 2 620 C3 HAY New timothy 013 25 IOHK Clear family 0 15 SO IJUlDSteam 0 S 85 UUTTEK Cli dairy 12 Choice creamery t 2J 2 00 fi 2 CO POTATOESPerbid 1 7C t 2 00 TOHACCO Now 3 0 9 00 Old 5 t1J13 00 Chicago FLOUn Winter pat 3 75 S 90 WHEAT No 2 red 6O3nl 82ft No3 spring 8- 1COnNNo2 mixed 52 OATSNov mixed 0 36 UYK No 2 C7 ap 58- thPOItKMess13 13 65 LAUD Steam 9 35 0 37i New York FLOUR Win fifrts 3 Cis 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red I 87 CORN No 2 mixed 0 G- OOATSNo2 nixed 41i ytlEWestern G41 1ORK Family 17 017 75 LARD Steam 8 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red O 83 CORN No 2 mixed 57 OATSNo2 mixed 40 CATTLESteers 00 25 HOOS Western 85 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red CORNNov mixed 53 i 87I OATSNo2 mixed p IORK Mess 13 5- 0LARDSteam 8 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red p 82 QOUN No 2 clxedL Gl NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks school EXIKNSESdue ant daf term College Mad A Scltr Model Let Norm Normal School A dram Incidental Fro HO I ro 15 aMI- JlOIpllal Fee Z 15 zLtoks Jalcr- fllImlltd lI 225 25i Total sc heel Kz teases 90 eOOGOO 400 lano HiiiOKinjiliy and other extras areSpecial Kxfemes belo- wuvirtoEXPENSESBoardJue advance by month Rem rent by term Heard room Iud and Ilnhtt 121 for fall and Hiring 1175 a wtek121 for wluUr term 20 week Dod In the Tlllfje allowed In approved plarcn varlen In price according to accommo dation lurnltbtil AiMIng thcw king eij inf lo seine ex pens f wr and To be paid the nut day Inrlinllnsltictl depotl In Collegiate Department ftIO Academy old Latin Normal JI9SO Applied Science Norma ind iranimnrCIT2 inlet Schools S1J3 In LIIIrtcdndare seen I Collegiate iHiurlmentJTO Academy soil Latin Normal Sjy Aprlied Science Normal antI Ginmmnr iT Model Schools Si In winter tine dollar note for each Student paying Ixuinlnml room rent In full for n term at the beginning revive a illnrount of fifty ee11- VStudent duly rxrn c l before the end of n term receive back an quItaUe portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vosil or fccul Theory leoat hour c1a i of three 1700 Orgfcti Violin40f1 lcmeclaarfthre 110- 0CteuugpphyorTytewrltingnetterm rOO Claw worn In a n- oItnof Ilano or Tyimnrltcr rl hr u duly 2X0 LWlentChemlrpl laboratory according to matvilal and brtHkMfnnlxint 300 Ihyilcal and MliroMOpual I borutorle lectern 100 Mac rlalIn drawing ter term Kiamlnaon rxeeptou appMntnl d4ys 23 Qrailuntion Fee withdegirc witli diploma iOUl 500 DUIIDINQ EXPERIENCi TRADE MARK DC ION8 i COPTRIOHTS AC Anyone tending a ketch and description mar Quickly ucartaln our opinion an Intention li pmbablr tuilMiUble Oiinmuntca lion lrlclronD 1enU Handbook on Iatenu iareeatringyatenu1alenu lr tptcldt nntltf without charae the Scientific JItiterican handione rlllaitriU d VMklr Irrssa f rlrenUtlnn uf nf ineniiOfl loarnaL Term U earl fnarninnlbiil oli acasTCOQrta WUwt N wdKLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAilROADI 1101ITime Table In Effect Map 24 DullyLeaveArrive Richmond ti f 2 a m Arrive Paris flOiR m Arrive Cincinnati 7in tn DallyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 818 Arrive Cincinnati 800 pm I llyLeaveArrive Livingston 205 p u r Ouiiie s Miih v Tmiii n Leave Huron II 21 flatlyIArrive liviug6tou12 80a m Trains No1 nnd No 5 milk nection at Livingston for Jellico conItbo South with Nei 24 and No J W Stephens Ticket Agent Io FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR IALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY WORLDS FAIR Schoolchildren and public Invited to vote to popularIncents each ten cast at one time All moray over and above ttln expenses of tearb erf toco Into erection of the Kentucky ItulldincattbeEx position the tatisfartlon voter IhuI Iiknowing a cause luinortaut object have acheteacher same lea beIrecognition Contest duled under airnlces KlacaUonol Hiliillt tnlltee of Kentucky Kxhthlt A oclaticntbe nIWtlon formed to raise Jiannin fora Unildluj full ptodllelll1alr the Legislature failed to make an tion Iieiy ducat r haylnIBalevbri lierteacicr lie or otprivate vvT 1IIIIItliliooiJroltstautsblb excepltd- Names of all school children to be enrolled In the Kentucky DulMIng at the sitlon Kentucky will have an ntuCAllonat exhibit lunie fret ol In 1aiaceofgdualion The lixposltlon1tobethe lestInltaationalctentIntueworlds Cory The mmteachtnchosen will bI luck tendered Ihl trip 10 the Fair county elrCCa iia own mOlt popular edncator The OualYoulsldeo Jefferson ottiojt the laru njpopular number of vote win be allowed to send two teacher the most popular the necond tIll TOTES mil BE TEa CUTS lam TEX COXSTITUTlJfa X BALLOT At ten cents each every jchnol child In the Plate will be able tn cart ot least one vote for bis er her favorite teacher lint tbe voting will sot be confined to school cllliltc- npinrTS OF penis rtt AST OP THUS micros SAT TOTE The purpose or the AISOC Ilion being to elect tbe most popular school teacberln each county si to Cuutidered by the puhllo generally as well as by the school children Bullota ten space to clnbi If tru pupil may be arranged and each giving lea rents be credited with bli or her vote If one person sires to cast ten votes It be done writing blior her name on one of the and remit ting one dollar It It ootregntredthat tbenameoltttepenonvotingbealvenatalt Allofth t for voters natn be let blank The wants however to enroll fa tho Kentucky Building at Ct Louts next urthe name of every child who rat one or more votea be coutcsU Pupils areaskedtherefore toalgm their names plainly to the ballots ItT EXPESSES OF THE TEiCIIEKS WILL IS PATE t y the AsMxlallon This wilt Inclndo rallrosd transportation from Louisville to St Louis and return board at one of the best hotel In the city for six days and admluion to the exposition grounds for six days TflBKE PIETIES TILL nE SAVE VPFUOS Talc BOSTrflFtTURTKACtiTBS to mate the more profitable and more enjoyable Huh of these parties will connlut of forty 1lleaehcIII ThlS would make a total of lutbcra bul u there counties In Kentucky the Aasxla ton his decided to allow two teacherslbe mot popular and the second most popular to go coulUtjILLteacher with twenty pupllsenv receive more votea than tbe teacher with five or rlx times as rainy enrolled hs or her because the voting la not confined to children The public be an Important factor Votes may be cut for aar person who taught school durlnir tnoi or It teocblne now This gives the teacher a five rnonlbslIChoclthlcla closed In November or ccelllblrlbc opportunl 110 be voted for during pcnoa AST wcanca or BALLOTS MAT BE CAST AT OKK TINE There is noiimit The mo doi tars sent lu for cay one teacher tbe more vote he or she will be credited with ONK DOLLAR CASTO TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWHNTV VOTES TITREB DOLLAR CASTS THIRTY DOLLARS CASTS FORTY DOLLARS v01nilIVHCASTS rIJITV VOTCSbTEll DOLLARS CASTS A llt1NDIUtD 019 D 1OL LARS CASTS D n7ingexpenseeotthelion fn nuildIl t teexposttoa so rnryoler la this contest mAY aithe 8ddl llonal KktUfictiou of kocvrinR that he has aldid a worthy cause Tim STAXB1NO OF THE COSTESTASTS Will BK WETTED FHEQUETTLT In each county to show his or her friends how the race is blln ma tow our school teacher The Toles will be counted unlit the supervision oftheEduatlonalfahlbttCommittee l of the Arroclation The persunnelof this committee Is as follows 1iof II eJBrovraell Louis V McChesney Frankfort Prof R P Hstleck louisvlllfi Prof W flittitiolomewLouisville Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pres dent Wlllam Dlnwlddle Jackson Dr W Q Prost Ilerea Dr B lluntoon Louisville n V Mulllu Loulsvtlle r Arthur Sager Ceo etowa Superintendent M A CIIlldy Ln- InlolI Superintendent L Progge PraaJCortl Prof CJCnbbe Ashland tJcIJror7 niiondf Owen ttoro Iro T S Alley Bellevne Prof c C Cherry Hnoa tactr Louirvlllc Mils Pattle Louisville I21rs Runty K Bracken Louisville and Mrsill ii Tucker Louisville McmbersbitheEducational Cammillee arc not dlrtble to election la this contest REMEUnEn ETEBT COUNTY ELECTS ITS 01TS FATOR1TE TEACHEn Competition between counties applies to tbe race for the moth trip the county outside of JeSerson casting the largest total number of voles being granted tbe distinction of sending two teachers coagralulatorymraRlelUolllhJuoCJuI101AllilultCLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH Aweotasthe most popular teacher in r county ONB DOLLAR ENCLOSED 100 10e 100 tOc m 10c too 100 tOo 10 VoterS see Dot required la stgn Ustlr sames bat the Association wants all school tblldrri- rotlag to do so at It theta In the ItuIUCy Building voter bare the option of undiug ballets direct to the Secretary of the Association Into tba r Irom wbtcb dipped Additional ballot ma be obtdnrdbgttt iag atreopleiofthis paper ma be made b ceitufe check registered letter i poItae tapres o- wpetolmoogalderorincunearyateadczDrisk Address all commanlcaUoUII to- stiC UUQUKI erctry Loul vllIcK Subscribe for The Citizenj L I THE CITIZEN LI I+HH +H+H+H+H++++ HH+HH H 111 H JHH l Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L tIHHIIHIIHHHMl1 W P Chapman loft Tuesday on business trip to Louisville- I have 100 bushels of Rye for sale at 75c per bushelS uLDt C TunER Berea Ky- Marshal W J Tatum and wife at tended the Fall Festival at Cincinnati last Thursday Some sharp fines for letting swine run and more likely to follow Buy nails and repair your pen Miss Laura Soper has returned to Berea after a weeks visit with her brother J E Soper at McCormick KyThe milliuery opening of Mrs A T Fish will occur Friday and Satur day ot this week Her line is un usually complete j Persons desiring to have their pianos tuned will please leave their orders with ProC W W Weaver at the Music Building C I Ogg has been appointed ollic iul Worlds Fair photographer for Madison County by the Kentucky Exhibt Association Chas W Rise of Georges Creek Ky on his way to school at Williams burg stopped oft for a short visit with E B Wallace and family Persons wishing to give room or board to Bludent8must apply to Sec retary Gamble for a Householders Permit from the College The editor of THE CITIZEN is in receipt of six tomatoes of fine variety weighing nearly five pounds raised by W H Robe on his place Several postmasters in Eastern Kentucky are likely to lose their places because they neglect to deliver newspapers and packages Rev P Wyatt and Wright Kelley returned Monday from the five days session of the Kentucky Methodist Conference held at Covington Wm Mullins the murderer of Wm Singleton was sentenced last Satur day at McKee Jackson county to thirteen years in the States prison The personal property of Gen Cas sius M Clay will be sold at public auction at Whitehall Thursday morn ing October 8th beginning at 10 oclockThe rally day of the Baptist Sun dayschool will occur next Sunday morning beginning promptly at nine oclock A fine program is being preparedC has had his old dwelling house on Centre street torn down and the foundation is already in place Cora new eight room cottage P J Pau ley isthe contractor The Kentucky veterans of the Mexi can War assembled today in Rich mond for their reunion They will receive a most cordial reception at the hands of Richmond citizans Mrs Mary Pasco Gould left early Tuesday morning after an extended visit with friends and relatives here She will visit at Marysville Ohio be fore going to her home in Fairdale IIIHoward Ogg of Gibson City 111 is visiting his sister Miranda Walker and other relatives in the vicinity for a short time Mr Ogg will be re membered by some older people as having left when a young man for Illinois Report says that he is a welltodo and substantial citizen of Gibson owning a fine farm there- On next Monday James E Dalton expects to begin tearing down his old blacksmithshop to make place for a t now twostory frame building 24 x 40 loot When completed the front room on the first floor will be occupied by a firstclass restaurant under the management of T R Pettus of Crab Orchard brother of our townsman L A Pettus with the Dalton black smith shop in the rear A new wood en building on Main Street is to bo regrettedMr R Van Winkle of near Big Hill returning from his work at the Coke yards at Norton Va on the j train arriving here tt 320 Sunday had his right foot badly crushed in some way while getting off the train at the station He was brought to the hospital about six oclock and upon examination it was found necessary to amputate four toes of the injured member Dr P Cornelius and Dr Robinson wore at l tendant physicians nIMrTIIIIfIII1II1IHDIEnAt at one oclock Friday Aug 28 HK3 Jim Henry aged seven years and only son of Mr and Mrs L A Pettus The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon Aug 29 at Crab Orchard follows by burial in Crab Orchardcemetery its only a little grave Only a child that Uilcxl KI they cure Ifusly turned away From the mound the spade had made that day Oh they did not know how deep a thade That little grave In a home had made- I know the collin wan narrow and One yard would hue lenlII for all ample hall One man In his ann could have tome away The rosewood and ha freight ol clay lull I know that darling hope were hid Beneath that little cotllii lid know the Mother stood that day With folded hands by that form of clay know that burnlnc tears were hid Xeath the drooping lash and aching lid And I know that her Up and cheek and brow Were almost at white u her boys tow Tin a little grave but oh hare Carr For world wide hopes are hurled there And you erhip In romIIlKIMMI May nee hike her through blinding tears How much of light how much of joy It burled with au only boy Main HOWARD SWITZK- KOn Tuesday Sept 15th Lucian Moore eon of Mr and Mrs WO Moore died at the age of nine years Death has been expected for the past three year duo to a singular condition of the heart All this time the boy has been conscious that he might die at any time though he seemed to think more of troubling others than of death It was remarkable how bright ly and bravely he met the inevitable Three years ago ho was heard praying alone by his bed Dear Father I want to live but if I must die please take me to be with Grandma Preston and brother Ernest How much better to teach our children of God anti His home for us than to leave them to learn everything ese first We never know how much of the spir itual things they do grasp There can bo no possible danger of teaching the things of Christ and His love too soon in the childs life but there is serious danger of leaving these things until too late It is a great satisfac tion to Mr and Mrs Moore that they early bought Christ into the life of their little boy There is now one more to beckon to the better land IMHMniinMHIHIMH College Items HERE AND THERE Much interest is being taken in football and the prospects for a good team are bright The various literary societies held enthusiastic meetings Friday night andelected comingM termJ L Piukard came over from Lex ington for a short time this week He expects to be in school in the winter term Miss Lou Flanery was discharged tram the hospital Monday evening after on illness extending over a period of five weeks Miss Fiances Schultz has taken up her residence at the hospital where she will take the two years training course for nurses The YMCA gave a reception on Saturday night at which about fifty young men were present Cocoa and wafers were served The Woodwork Department is now occupying its new commodious quarters in the wing of the Industrial building erected for the purpose W B Beatty class of 01 who has been employed in the Pullman service Between Boston and Chicago during the summer will return to Howard University Washington DC for his senior year in dentistry The Browning brothers Jackson and Jacob walked from their home in Leslie County sixtyseven miles to London where they took the train for Berea arriving on opening day This shows a commendable spirit that ought to be an inspiration to many young men Revs A P Smith and D B Holz claw former students attended the Kentucky M E Conference held at Covington this week Rev Smith was reappointed to his work at Sci ence Hill Pulaski County and will continue to make his home at Somerset Rev Holtzolaw is stationed at Touipkiusville Monroe County Curtis Jelt was given the death sen tence for the murder of James Cock rellat five oclock Tuesday after noon Tho jury was out over two hours l FALL TERM ENROLLMENT The following is a partial list of those euteiiug te varous courses in Berea College for the fall New students are constantly Outing in COLLEGIATE YltarerColumbuocry Major Owtley Margaret IhengexatItave- na Oj U E Wellei Arcade N Y tC Scale Major Owalcy J Hrowu Nealivllle N C li flak Carle c F Illmuan Boston RobertailamlltonIR lIerta1IJolltNew lUvoliCouu C B Klrkpatrlck Oak lark ClarkCuyahogalIIe0 StraightAllrorxM Ilrengood Cleveland ACADKMIO lar7IILewis Jrra Annie Ray ohevllloi C Uraele Haya Berea Vera llreeuleaf Carlenvllle III Jci ale Thomu Lexington actte Sarah Wall1nlO NyacontheIfudsnnIlezekhhWahburaUrookvllle ollIlA J J Green IezlnatrnFayette W11 Morse Corning N Claude Dellaum Lcxlng ton Fayette NOHMAU Mary McClelland Frederlcktown 0 It I Irvin lariats llarlan B Rohtrta Berea J T Thompson Bootie ltockca tle Florence Iur CIIIIgoIIIAbneyUcreaJoella Whin Bereat Sarah Stewart lldleKook castle Martha Roberta Berea Maude Lake Kr erirrccnJackwu Lue Brewer Climax Rock castle Joe Meadows Zacharlah let mot llrockiWar Branch Leslie Guy Burdlck Hardy Anbre lIrra Carl KIrk Inez Martin Everett Kirk lull Martin 1orahonUi UrIUIn here James Meadows Torrent Wolfe ATllIKO SCIENCE Marie Bancroft WcMllcld Mass Laura Kel ly Berea Kilmer Hudson terra Minnie Todd Herra Magdalene Archer ChlraRo lit Flown IVmlergram Major Owtley Walter Wailiburn BruokTllle Bracken MACIIINK AriKKNTICK Walter Robe IVndersrasa A Clark C Treadway HO in i SCHOOLS Milton Kliner Olllct Uagomii Hattle Ioynter Boone Koekc tle Arch Brandenberg Buck Creek Owsley Meo W Frazier Gate Va 01V Shell shonl lellr Jaue S Johnson Wll tile Rockcaitle Jas Oabbard Elkatawa Breath lit lllratn Miller ikaiawa Breathltt Otto Brown Lcvilflreen RockcattleiSylvanns Brown Rocky Pas N C Jennie L lion Hopklnsvllle Christian L It Drake Otwijo 1a Bertie am Salyenvllle MagotHn Father Cren haw Jeflerson Gusur Barrows Georgetown Scutt Robert pence luula Inrcl Cha Anderson Orlando Kockcastle W T Will lets Wlldle Rockcatl II W Hnsklns Green Mount Laurel Maggie Dooley Withers Rock Haydon ulsvllle Jefferion JucaIUtjJtllian N Y Kathleen Conlon Al Icndale N J John llosklns Green Mount Lau rah Mary Jones Wlldle ItOCklallilIelt1I Mur phy Loulvilie With era Rockca t1t oleilireol urave Kucwburg Falli VI lar Boggi SUlonl Creek Clay linen KuctUncf III Taullne Ritchie Ritchie Knott Dora Brock War Branch henry Brewer Climax ituclcatie Eugene Gardner balyers vllle Magoinn It June Jackioii Brealliltt II W Short spring reek Clay KB Tlionu on lvcl Green Rockciutle X U William Cody Knoll Win nay Wai aceton Madison Gran vllle Little Klkatawa Breathltt Jle June IndlnaolllllId Beulali Hay nes Richmond Madison Annie Zeok haddock Ia as Ash Icy Bethelrldge Cary Alexander Haddlcks Elkatawa Breathltt J S Swlnford Dltputanla Rockca lle Wm Haddlcks Klkatawa Urcathltt K F McIntosh FHkaUwa Breathllt Chest r Grinith Klkalawa Breathltt Nancy Brock War Branch Lolle Luther Motley Asher Lealie Caslul er Milltown IntI Itoea Kns Dlsputanta Rockcastle R W Irllclisrd Morris dale Mines Pa Charlotte Troutman Dud polls Ind Frank Moon Brodhcad KorkcasUe Mary Parsons McKee JackKon Cora Johnson Clark Ford Nettle Simnon Junction City Boyle Anna Cooper Fetlerickiown Ohio F C Ierklns Belhelrldgc Casey floe Brock War Branch Iealie BEREA STUDENTS AT THE FRONT The remarkable success of Berea students is well known and many lists of distinguished men who have had their training at Berea have been published Some friends in our office wore just naming the following former Berea students as among those who have not bran mentioned- Dr MohafTy of Travelers Rest who won the gold modal at the Medical School in Louisville Sheriff Daniels of Estill county Dr Marcum of the same county late ly Superintendent i schools Judge Thos Coyle and Supt Allen Powell of Jackson county Supt Ballard of Rockcastlo county Supt Duflbar of Lewis county Editor Smith of the Paiitagrapfi RichmondJ inventor of the typesetting machne Brooklyn X Y Noble Hill principil of the famous boys school at Woodstock III One of our colored graduates Prof Williams of Covinglon is said to be the best conductor of Teachers Insti tutes in the State In IralM of Clminlif ilnln Colic ClioUrn and Ulnrrliotn lUinedy Allow me to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Collie Cholera and Dianhoea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett of Eagle Pass Texas I suffered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicine without getting any relief when my friend MrC John son a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relieved and when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by S E Welch Jr EDUCATIONAL CALENDAR Please send notices for this Calendar Sept 20 Rockcastle County Mag Dis 4 Association at Freedom church houseOct 26Bell Co Mag Dist 2 As sociatiou at Straight Creek school houseOct 8031 Madison County and 18th Congressional Association at Rich L ON THE FRONTIER The Revolutionists in Macedonia Are Massing Thousands of Men at Various PointsB- ANNEROFREVOLUTION UNFURLED Every City and Village Whether the Inhabitants Are Friends or hoes Will Ho Destroyed Beginning of Massacres Burnings and Destruction Compared With Which the Turkish Atrocities Will Seem Childs Play Threatened London Sept 21The Dally Malls correspondent at Sofia telegraphs One of tho revolutionary chiefs has Informed mo that the revolutionists are massing thousands of men at van ous points on the frontier and their laboratories are working Incessantly to replenish tholr stock of bombs and explosives They do not count much on war between Turkey and Bulgaria but on tho day they hear that tho meeting between the czar and Empo ror Francis Joseph has net had tho doe sired result for Macedonia the world will witness the beginning of massa crest burnings and destruction com pared with which tho Turkish atroci ties will seem childs play Tho ban ner of revolution my Informant says will bo unfurled In all tho border die tricts Every city and village wheth er the inhabitants are friends or foes will bo destroyed and such a state oft anarchy will be caused that tho Turks will step out voluntarily and leave tho country to Macedonian survivors Wo have selected the frontier districts for these final operations so that Europe may hear tho despairing cries of tho dying nation which the Turks would stifleLondon Sept 21Tho Balkan sit uation presented few new features Sun day morning The German emperors Influence at Vienna Is said to have been thrown In favor ot allowing tho sultan the utmost freedom In suppress- Ing the Insurrection Doth Turks and Macedonians claim the victories In the dally encounters A retort from Sofia states that the Bulgarian military prep arations are reaching the stage of per fection that will enable tho concentra tion ot 200000 men on the frontier within a week and that the stocks of provisions weapons and ammunition are rapidly becoming efficient HIS HEAD CUT OFF S Soldier Killed and Another Fa tally Injured Grand Rapids Mich Sept 21John DelAter had his head cut off and John fannl was fatally injured by an accl dent on tho Bridge street bridge Doth were members of Company D Second regiment M N O and were returning from rlflo practice at Berlin riding on a Muskegon Interurban line comblna tlon baggage and passenger coach The soldiers wero sitting In tho door way of tho baggage compartment swIngIng their feet when tho car ran on to tho bridge Delators feet caught In the Iron work of the bridge anti ho was suddenly jerked from tho doorway and thrown beneath tho wheels of the car lie was decapitated In the fall he clutched at Manni and partially dragged him from the car Mannl had one log broken and received other Injuries that will be fatal THE BOSTON GREEKS Strong Protest Against Bulgarian In curslons to Macedonia Doston Sept 21A meeting of the Greeks of Doston In Stein hall Sunday made strong protests against the Uitl arlan incursions to Macodonla The Bulgarians were charged by the speakers with stirring up Insurrection and thereby causing tho slaughter of Greeks In order that ultimately Bulga rla might annex Macedonia A contribution of nearly 1000 was raised to assist the persecuted Greeks in Macedonia Armenians Mass Meeting Chicago Sept 21More than 400 Chicago Armenians held a mass meeting and discussed ways and means to stop what they deem a confiscation of Armenian church property by Russia M B Seron of the Armenian national church In America presided Shot By a Game Warden Wllke barre Pa Sept 2LE W Campbell one of tho tame wardens of Luzerne county Sunday shot and probably fatally wounded Roman Dales 26 near Campbells ledge two muse from Pittston for violating the game law A Fallal Family Quarrel Buffalo N Y Sept 21J8 Mean 70 Sunday shot and fatally wounded his son n 1aw Michael Crotty 88 and then sent a bullet through his own dying Instantly Family quar IIbrainwere the cause of the crime Jurors to Investigate Chicago Sept 21It was announced Saturday that the grand jury will Investigate combinations between con tractors and labor unions which crush competition and are paralyzing build tug operations In Chicago Uncle Toms Cabin Show Parted Liberty Mo Sept Z1A Clay county court has made an order which prac Ucally prohibits Uncle Toms Cabin shows from being given in the county Lleensa to show hu been placed at MO a day oo+o+o +o +o +o +o +oo+o +a o+oIoo +o +o +oo+ooJooIO +OZoZ Q J a + 0clEVERYBODY I WEARS to 0 1 SHOESo 6 oao GOOD UPTODATE SHOES 1 o Q 1just as choap as other pnsplo sell you inferior onos 1 tWo are leaden for stylo wear and romfort stud you cant ores y it if you buy Irom us y Anything anti everything you want in moils furulshluK anti ljj- o 0IIcan pkHso you ill style snit price ojo Cttllillllllilookmtlr our various lines so you can be convinced 0tiOlIrS for buaiiicsM U j I Crutcher Tribble t oo MAIN STKBET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 0 t ohod 00 ho +o1o hoIo +00010101010 + o +010 +o +o ho +o ho +od 0 +0 t DR FENNERSO Kidney Backache ALSO IlKIFlES TUB IlLOOD All DlMuei of kidef LlaJJrr sad urinary organs Also hurl dlau Lickactxi graver dropsy i Dont become discouraged There it a cure for you It nronu ary write Dr He lint iprnt a llfrllino curing Just such taei a your All cuuiulUlluo are FREE I was nilfMl with kidoaydbras and rutl and frowlnif constant wor onoof tliu ela Icnlcrtl In llr awl wa about to eve a urilcal rrmotolt anti llackarhtCurrandafter a few bathes I iiatMnl a munr halt ac al a The uiisllcliio JIUlltsformation and rflrclrU a cure W T OAKKal lent V Sold l r 1rui fiats rOe and II Ak for Dr Former Almanac or Cook Hook ST VITUS DANCE thei femalet Cure IwaslndunvlbstryPrlrnnersKldny ollrIWn leer sold snsnydorenaof pnnfaIL Dance HurclBe and evrry ease hu brvncunsl It li a blessing ALLmCiaHK It1ISubscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALD And enter the gront 110000 GUESSING CONTEST For particulars nee ailvprliem nt ou second pnga USE THESE BLANKS D grid S Date Name Street Pojtoffice State Enclosed find to apply en itibacrlption to The Louisville Herald- I estimate that the winner 4 the rawthe next Governor will receive a total vote of 4 THIS BLANK It GOOD FOR TMHM MSTIMATIi 1 + 1 iA Knight of Highway IS NOW RUNNING IN The Citizen 1l t Ifinish j I 4 + ++ + I Look Phone Number 33- rbeumatUm Irr u A Nice Lino of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats Fruits and Vegetables always on hand at tho lowest prices t We sell Delicatessen Mothers I Dread Best broad made In Ky ft See our line of fine candies f Prestons Main St- t NEVER MIND Are JTU true tllllr boj nre you nimry and sore loActl llxvl you home nil you cnn tit you run KinnJ no rnere JUe v u Ir ttcnl end hurt tn our very tuurlt tort And cru ll rolibeil of your pat Kivir tnlrJ flyer rolnil th tiny will soon end And with II your tripe wi sere- 1ur tfoubtleti it Imiw tomorrow yawn eplcdc nittt low ahali your broken huM mead And troublM rrmtmbrr no more 4tyou grieved little mnlil do you think your abused lly playmate or tiMchrr ar trend A vkilM of nlfchoaJ iinjwitly HcrutJ Your iKart drarMl wl hi unkind re fUid Till you limit nlth lift nl nn InIT evrrtklosdrearIIn aunlbtne tomorrow the day will b- ecur dlamenduppcarThe ItamIlarntAn Au lrnllHn lllrl Tlinl lnlr Hurrr oiiml andrhereby art n liiiiii nuts A Mitral In Ii the home of the bird 1 fchotvn In the urromiMnylnK picture f and Iti cl ntlfle name Daw lo Rlgnn tlra A UngtUhrr It really It rrpre- Mtiticfi the Alcrdlnae family In the south of Aiutrolla as the burt king flatter u u a lu tine north but on ac A LAlUllINU JMK88 count of the extraordinary sounds which it makes ft commonly known na the laughing jackass ThOH who travel through the bush fur the lint time cannot help being startled by the strong wlerd volw which the bird IIOJMMM and which according to some la very like the laugb of an Idiot while others mOllnI tale Ibat It closely retcmble the braylnc of a donkey The bird U thick Mt and has n lone Mil burl legs and rather Toni head f fraibrr which cnn tie nilM d at will into tb form of a treatDetrolt Free Irrn Illllr ansi hrlrlltR- lilya mater In the organist of the church In the country town where the family iininds Its summa and BIlly blowa the old Gtahlonod Instrument artlflllhlmlrlie enjoys MH task the 6 cents he rarn every Sunday U much appre elated by him A concert wu given In the rhurch In aid of a local charity and the slngorH nnd unite a number of artels who Hiimmor In the vil lage and whoso services usually com mand MR remuneration volunteered their KTVlcos When the concert was over tho choirmaster CAntO to Hilly who had enjoyed greatly the Impor tnnce cf tho occasion and his share In It and held out a quarter to pay the boy for his work Hilly looked up In grieved surprise Why say said lie arent the rest of tho talent Rlv log their services for nothing- A Mlllhinnlri- Tcachur Kiiturr How much Is eight times DoThreb dollars and 20 cents Judge A TALKj BOUT AXES tniprovrtiirnl In VoiHlcrn U Kttrelrt by rivlllinlliin Umcrlliril In Voril Mini Ilrlnrr Roth In America and Europe stone Implements have been found made by the Aborigines and undoubtedly meant for cutting and hacking timber The shape varies greatly and there are numerous degrees of sharpness Oc casionally by chipping and grinding something like an edge was produced but this was rarely comparable to that obtained with metal it hard In understand how wood which was tough and hard could bn hewn with these axes Of course tho primitive man did UKVnLoPMICNT Of TIIK AXK not handle such heavy timber or do such One fitting as his successor and yet he nccomplUhed wonders Dr John Gifford of the Now York State College of Ioroitry compares llte Implements of prehistoric days with those nf today In Forestry and Irrigation From hla Illustrations we reproduce a few tiperlmens At the left are wimo more ndvnnccd forms of atone axe and nt the right three ropre sentattveH of modern tltnM The two axes having handle with their heads downward are the American single bitted and double bitted typos and tho Otto having its head uppernmit ROIl having n alialght handle U of German manufacture The Indlnn fastened their nxohondH upon woodon handles with stout thongs In order to derive a correct Ille of the relative also of there axe one should Imagine that of the Btono Implements to be reduced on thlrd In comparison with the metal ones Or Oirfnrd iwya The axe hal its beginning In a pounding Implement of rough slogs It gradually developed Into a tool with nn edge for harking and a pole for pounding Im oflleloncy was ilnally Increased by the nddltlon of a handle It has remained a combined pounding and rutting Implement up to time time of the manufacture of the double bitt ed steel axe A chopper goes Into the woods to cut and the larger the cut ting edge at his dliK al the bolterIbut na a tool for general double blued la Inferior to the common single bitted axe with curved hickory handle A good axe should bo solid steel It Is said that hand mnde axon torn l ored by the heal of natural gas are the boat It should have a curved blade with bulging faces such an axe throws out the chips and dons not stick These carefully proportioned cnn aa give to the A mrrlcan axe Its great onlclency A profosior of art In German once said that n thing with ar tistic lines Is usually a thing of great eat utility and he gave as an Illus tration the American nxo German axes radically differ from the common American axe but are nnt so clumsy and Inefficient as they appear at first sight Ilhe ritltllr t wand The sense of smearing In fishes Is still o matter of uncertainty They kayo no ears resembling those of the higher nnl main but they are sensitive to sound In Bomo degree although It Is doubtful Itr this can be called hearing lalq oxpcrl dents by Dr Xenneck of Str sburg show something of the degree of sensi tiveness Tho sound of n bell In the wa ter caused roach dace and bleak to dart away If within ten feet or to slow signs of dlstubanco If within 25 feet When the bell waA miilllcd anti In a pall the fish were slightly disturbed A rnln nl Diinlit Towne at the traekoh Ive got a dead sure thing for tide race simply cant lose- BrowueIndeedi Was that your rab bits foot you Just put away so carefully In your Inside pock- etTowneVhyerno that was a nickel for carfare home Philadelphia Press rlfIYONDER IF I DARE I There Is uiwa a a fascination for a small dog In seeing Just how mar ha hurt nnd the evident excltenwnt ofcan como to a lobster without getting this wary puppy Is caused by his great and fearful deslro to play with the forbidding looking monster crawling toward him The picture cornea from Germany the dog a dachshund being a great favorite lu that country THE TROPICAL STORM Coast of Middle Atlantic States Swept by Wind 3ulldlngs Converted Into Debris and Many Veaiels Pounded to Pieces New York and Philadelphia Hard HitLives Lost Philadelphia Sept 17The tropl al storm whirls struck the roast of no middle Atlantic states early Wed leaday morning proved to bo one nf ho severest experienced In a long Imo It left death and destruction In ts trail Its greatest force was felt it the Delaware tapes and nt the lower fart of the New Jersey coast Six Ives ate known to have been lost ante We seamen are missing and are Ie levcd to have been drowned A three nnstod and a tw masted schooner lank al the Delaware breakwater and bout n half dozen coal barges also oundcred In tho vicinity ot the Dola varc eaps All the way up te coat ind especially at Atlantic city hotcli tail other buildings suffered severely from the wind which blew wlli burr xne force Cape May N J Sept lTho heavy st wind and rain storm In yearn pass- overd Cap May and tha lower end if the coast of New Jersey Wodnoada iiirnlng doing much damage The tidi was low while the storm was at il height and the hoary sea did not lo mnrh damage beyond the cnrrylnjr sway rf about 200 feet of time pier ot the queen Anne railroad The big tvlnI uprooted trees damaged the roof of the Columbia hotel and nUo ilftOt from IU plate the roof of the Security Trust building The fttorni left its trail at Sea isO City where the wind blew 70 miles an hour Several ccttasw were wreek l ind the dome on the Continental hotel was blown down New York Sept 17 Oreater Ne v York and Its environs for several mll s In all directions were vlaltefi Wednesday by a tierce wind and rain storm The day began with n hnqvy rain whirl Increased as the wind blowing east grew atrongnr anti fur two hours about midlay the combined fury of the elements wrought damage on load nod water amounting to many thotuanda of dolara Several persons were blown ort flre +acaptI and wagons or forced against walla by the onslaught of the storm and not a few of them are In hoipltnln nursing bruises and cuts Two per- Sons were killed In remote suburbs by broken trolley wires The gale was specially severe at- MR raining havoc to the shipping down the bay where many vessels were sunk or wrecked The worst nt time damage was reported from Staten Liland The entire ot of the Staten Island Yacht club at anchor was ci thor sunk or wrecked An oxprosa wagon was blown ovr while turning the flat Iron corner iitid the driver an1 James HllllngH who was trotting this avenue were brth hurt A score of others wore Injured In this neighborhood The pilot boat Hermit was driven ashore and there was a collision be tween a schooner and a barkentlno A tug boat was wrecked In Hell Gate The hurricane bunt with cyclonic force on the center of the city loo lining the 250 foot spire of St Harthol omows Protestant Episcopal church In Madison avenue The steeple of the South Congiesa tlonal church In Hrooklyn was also loosened Trees were torn up and streets were littered with signs and umbrellas Telegraph and telephone wires above ground were broken Scores of plate glass windows along Hroadway were broken FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE A Means Has Ben Discovered to Pro tect Cattle Berlin Sept 17Pror Ix cfler of Grolfawald has sent In a report to tho government on the results nf Ida investigation of the foot and mouth disease among cattle lie says that n means has been found to protect the animals while In stables from contam Inatlon Dy the use of small doses of n rum Ho advltica the Inoculation ot all cattle bought on the market and ho says If they aro treated with tin serum they are Rare from Infection Their First Annual Dinner New York Sept 17The first any nual dinner of the Associated Press under tho New York Incorporation was given Wednesday night In the gallery of the WaldorfAstoria Nearly 130 members and their guests woro urea ent A feature of the dinner was tho passage ot a loving cup which was presented to Mclvlllo E Stone gen eral manager In 1897 Bryans Daughter Betrothed Lincoln Neb Sept 17At a party given Wednesday night In of Mi 3 Huth nryan eldest daughter of W J Bryan formal announcement was made of the betrothal of Visa Hry in to William II Leavltt of Now port U I For Improvement of the Mississippi Washington Sept 17Acting Secre lary of War Oliver lucid nat under tho provisions of the last river nnd harbor act he Is not authorised to expend moro than 2000000 per annum for the improvement ot tho Mississippi river Must Return the Chinese Montreal Sept 17 Justice Loran get decided Wednesday that the Cana dian Pacific railway must return the Chlneaa who were refused entry Into the United States and who applied for a writ of habeas corniu KENTUCKY FLASHES CONGRESSMAN BOREING DEAD Only Republican In the Kentucky Delegation Passes Away London Ky Sept 17 Congros3 man Vlnrent Horclng died at his hotiu here Wednesday of pneumonia Hj was the only republican In the Ken tucky delegation Vincent Horclng of London Laurel county was born November 21 ISJJ In Washington county Tenn remoy ed with his father Murray Ilorelng to Laurel county In 1847 was cducatcl at Laurel seminary london Ky and Tusculum college Orccnvlllc Tenn volunteered In the union army In Com pany A 21th Kentucky volunteer In Pantry November 1861 as private soldier on account of meritorious con duct was commissioned first lieuten ant from the ranks by Coy Bramlett of Kentucky was severely wounded In the battle of Itesaca Gn May 14 1863 Ho was elected county superin tendent of public schools In 186S and reelected In 1870 founded as editor and publisher the Mountain Echo at London Ky In 1875 the Opt repuj scan newspaper published In South eastern Kentucky was elected county Judge In 18SO president of the Cum berland Valley Land Co In 1887 and president of the First national bank of London Ky In 1888 He repre coaled the Kentucky conference as a lay delegate In the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church was department commander of the de partment of Kentucky G A R in 1889 was elected to the 46th congress anti reelected to tho 67th congress Ill was afterward reelected to the 5Sth congress AN UNNECESSARY EXPENSE A 4000 Family Monument la a Useless Expenditure Says the Judge Louisville Ky Sept 17Judge Shackelford Miller Wednesday decid ed that a 1000 family monument U not a necessary expense of a deced ents rotate and that a widows Inter est In onehalf of the personality is not to be subjected to a pro rata tlf such an expense The opinion watt handed down In tin case of tho Louisville Trust Co ex ortitor of the estate of William Pat terson tho contractor against Maggie Iatterann tho widow Patterson left a personal estate val ned at 31000 To Sell Gen Clays Effects Richmond Ky Sept liIII court Wednesday an order was entered di reeling the curators of tho estate ot Gen C 01 Clay to expose at public auction the household effects livestock and personal property belong ing tn Gen Clay The State Dank and Trust Co as curator will offer the property at public auction at White Hall on Thursday October 8 Purchased Mineral Lands Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 17T Southern railway has purchased sev eral hundred thousand acres of ruin eral lands front the American Associa lion Limited of MlrtdlostKHO ThU deal which embraces all the coal- mines In Claiborne county Tennessee as well as w ernl counties In Ken lucky has just been consummated Dr W Godfrey Hunter a Candidate Ioulsvlllo Ky Sept l71t vas said Wednesday night that Ur W God frey Hunter will be a candidate to stir ceed the late Vincent llorclng as con gressman from the Eleventh district It Is believed that Dr Hunter would have opposed lloreliiR next year haJ the latter lived to enter the race To Be Armed With Krag Rifles Uiulsvlllo Ky Sept liThe Non turk national guard will bo equipped with KragJorgcnsen rllles for the maneuver encampment Tlie ordnance department has made n total allow nncn of 3500 KragJorgensena but only 1149 will ho used during Use HV neuvcrs Confederate Veterans Reunion Lexington Ky Sept 17 Hundreds of tho boys who wore the gray conspicuously 40 years ago are arriv ing In this city for the confederae vet cranK reunion Thursday Preparations have been made for the entertainment of 6000 people on tho grounds Thurs day Negro Sentenced For Life Frankfurt Ky Sept liSqlhHlbbler a Negro convict who killed John Smith a fellow convict In time Frankfort penitentiary In 1902 was given a life sntcnco Wednesday Hlu bier has served 11 years of a 21ono year sentence for manslaughter Robbed the Governor Howling Green Ky Sept 17CoyI- lenton McMlllln of Tennessee a na tire Kentuckian passed through hero Wednesday While en route from Ixiii Isvllle he was robbed 6f his pocketbook anti railroad tickets Horseman Dangerously IIh Lexington Ky Sept 17Frank M Gentry the well Icnown mud popular horseman of this city and one of the oldest on tho turf Is lying at the point of death at his home Ihyslclanu say his recovery Is Impossible No Socialist State Ticket Louisville Ky Sept 17At a state onvontlon of delegates representing the socialist party lu Kentucky hold here Wednciday It was decided not to put a state ticket before the people at tho November election Nominated For Railroad Commissioner Ioulsvllle Ky Sept 17Nat C C Cureton was Wednesday nominated for railroad commissioner by the i V puUUcaaa of tfee Second jilstrlcA r y OLD NEPTUNES FURY President Wife nUll Son Were in Peril at Sea On Board a Naval Yacht While on a Visit to Ellis Island They Passed Through a Terlble Wind and Rain Storm New York Sept 17 President Roosevelt rested quietly In a train Wednesday night after a day of varied experiences While on the way from Oyster Hay to New York on the naval yacht Sylph he passed through a terrifying wind anti rain storm during which the vessel was In danger Sub sequently he visited tho Immigration station on Ellis Island New York bay and made a thorough Inspection of the after 10 oclock Wednesday morning President Roosevelt boarded the Sylph In Oyster Hay lie was ac companied by Mrs Roosevelt and their son Kcrmlt Mrs Richardson Secre tary Loeb Prof Albert Busucllhart of Harvard college Prof J n Moore of Columbia unvcralty C Grant La Fargo of New York and Jacob A Rlls of Richmond Hill long Island Iess than an hour after the Sylph hind entered Iong Island sound she ran Into terrific wind and rain storm The Sylph a comparatively small yes sel pitched heavily and ort Will ells Point listed sharply to starboard The president and hip guests had been forced to go below and beyond a drenching none of them suffered In convenience The storm became even more severe as the vessel neared Hell Gate The waves and wind swept the deck making It almost Impossible for the sailors to remain exposed The baggage of the party consisting prin tipsily of hat boxes and dress suit eases was swept about the deck and everything movable on deck hart to be tied to prevent lit being swept ever board The Sylph arrived ort Kills Island ct 225 oclock Tho president and his party were landed by the tug Cham berlain Deiplto the furious storm n large party had assembled at tic Island to greet the president lie was welcomed by Commissioner of Immigration Wil liam Williams and conducted to hid office In the main building whro UIII president greeted those whom he had Invited to be present During time afternoon the president acting on his desire went dlroctly among the Immigrants with a view of ascertaining personally how they were treatedThe presidents Interest was attract ed by a comely German woman Adela Walter from Leutcndorf who bore In a wicker basket a tiny 7 months oid baby After chatting a moment with her tho president slipped a f 5 bill lute the hand of Jacob Rlls to be given to the woman for her child She nearly fainted on learning that the gift was from the president of the United StatesAt oclock Wednesday night the president accompanied by Secretary Loeb and his personal attendants went aboard tho Sylph for dinner AlO oclock they loft for Jersey City on the tug Chamberlain where they boarded the train for Antietam There Thursday will occur tho ceremonies Incident to the dedication of the monu ment erected to the memory of New Jersey soldiers who fell In the civil war CENTRAL LEAGUE SEASON ENDS South Bend Will Contest Fort Wayne For First Place South Hend Ind Sept liTbe Central league season ended Wednesday According to figures given out Wed nesday night by President Dement Fort Wayne Is now In first place with a percentage of 645 and oouth heat second with 636 This standing It Is stated will be changed at a mooting of the directors to be held this weeV when tie protested Grand Rapids Fort Wayne game probably will bo taken from Fort Wayne nnd given to Grand Rapids aa Directors Doran cf South Bend Lan tier of Dayton Smith of Terre Haute Haulder of Grand Rapids anti Irwin of Wheeling have signified their In tentlon of voting against Fort Wayn This will make South Bend and Fort Wayne a tie and will make It neces sary fur a special series which has already been arranged for THE MEXICAN VETERANS Resolution For a Dollar a Day Pen don Was Passed Indianapolis Ind Sept 17TEe ages of the 15i veterans present at the meeting hero ranged from 72 to SC Mrs Mcore Murdoch of Fort Wayn the national commandant of the Dames of 1846 addressed the conven inn1 resolution to petition congross for f dollaraday pension to Mexican veterans was adopted The Indiana association reelected the rid offlcer and fixed Bedford Ind for tho next annual meeting President Diazs Message Read Mexico City Sept 1TPresident- flax read his semiannual message to congress at the opening session of that body Wednesday evening The mes sage declares thn Mexicos relations with all foreign powers are wholly friendly Nominated For Governor Ha tlmoro Sept 17Tlc democrats of Maryland held their state eon tttion In this city Wednesday nigh and nominated l tvln Warflold of Ifovarl I county error w their candidate tw gut f1IIband reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and for slight in juries and ailments A good lini ment and one that is fast becoming a favorite if not a household necessity I is Chamberlains Pain Balm By ap pljicg it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causta time injury to heal in about cuethird the time usually required and as it itt nn antiapetic it prevents any danger ot blood poisoning When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treat ed before inflammation sots in which insures a quick recovery For sale by S E Welch J- rFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky ISOfaooS We solicit your patronage r JAMES BENNETT Pro- S S PARKES Cashier IHilrrn After Eating Cured Judge W T Holland of Greene burg La who is well Bud favorbly known says Two years ago suffer ed greatly from indigestion After rating great distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it curedme entirely Now my sleep in refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by East End Drug Co It We promptly obtain U a and rorclKl0 tfoi ri4tD to I I CPatentrandRARE141ARKSThe Persons suffering indigestion dys pepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet This remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia and all complaints affect ing tho glands or membranes nf the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything that you eai tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by too Wood and tis sues Sold at East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal ShoesW- atch nod clock repairing an tltt pecialtie of William shop Agoucy i N laundry Take All your troublo to him Work guaranlevd r EARLY RISERS THE FAMOUS LITTLE TILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache TorpU Liver Jaundice Dizttncas and all troubles arts log from an Inactlv or tlugc1 liver DaWltta Little Early RUst tro un apt promptly and never gripe They are so d lnr that It Is a pleasure ta lake them Ons to two act as a mild laxallvcvt two or lour act as a pleasant ani affective cathartic They aro uttli vetstabls and absolutely ha Jntx J They bale the liver TU7 tlAtlJ StirrtT TIC UD IT C D W1U Co chtsdo 1E THE CITIZEN u I tofII1I+IIIH1H1+1 H+H 1 +1 1 1 I I IIII+I +I I I 1HHHH I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In fun by the writer The name Is not tot publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly LLLLLLtLLtLLILLtLIotW 1Ii +I IIEI Treasurer Osborne has several good houses to rent to families wishing to live in Berea to educate their chil dren Two rooms with stoves bedsteads chairs and tables 1 a term Larger houses also Apply at once for fall or winter term if there are any Mormon mission aries in your vicinity write to THE CIT ZEN andwo will Rend you full in formation about their deceptive stor ice with letters from people who have been to Utah and seen for themselves The Mormons take away the liberty of their members degrade the doctrines of the Christian religion and teach that it is right to have more than one wife- Remember that the fall term is the time to start in school at Berea We are building a 10000 Industrial Building and a 10000 Chapel and shall need all the student carpenters we can get We want fifty boys to enter the Farmers Course this fall and fifty more to begin the Carpen ters Course Yow too is the time for young la dies to begin the HomeMakers Course or the Nurses Course OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON The school at Walnut Grove is progressing nicely under the supervi sion of W H VenableLucian Isaacs and wife passed through here last week on their way to Perry Co whore they mean to spend a few weeks amongst relatives A M Roberts has purchased the Turnersharoof the Venable and Turner millThe spelling contest between Mr Wolfs and Mr Wilsons school was a great success Mr Wolfs school was victorious An exciting match game of baseball was played in the afternoon Miss Virginia Mainous and W H Venables schools were also present County Supt George Garrett was there and was welcomed by his many friends David Bowman willstart soon for a trip to the Old World for his health and for recreation He has our heartiest best wishes for his safe return in improved healthB B Isaacs and Jesse Turner have return ed from Colorado where they have been for their health James Isaacs the drummer waS in Needmore Satur day on business accompanied by W J Blake the photographerUnited- States Marshal Wm Mays is home again awaiting further ordersCircuit Court commenced at Booneville on Monday with crowded docket There are five to be tried for wilful murder The time is coming oh fastly coming when the good citizens will have to choose which shall reign lawlessness and bloodshed or peace and prosperi tyAndy Venable has purchased a new banjo and is now ready for all the bean stringings and apple cuttings that may come GABBARD Circuit Court begins at Booneville Monday Sept 21 Some murder caws are to be tried C B Moore willattend court as a juryman J D White of Louisville Ky was the guest of R W Minter Wednesday nightThe farmers have been in a big rush this week saving fodder Alfred Bolin is going to have his cane made up week nextUel Wilder and son Joseph attended the Richmond fair Mr Wilder exhibited sheep there with five legs and six feetThe Teachers Association of the Cow Creekand Buffalo Districts will be held at Bethel on Cow Creek on third Saturday in October A help ftilandenjoyablo meeting is expected A number of the teachers of Owsley county met at Booneville Saturday Sept 12 and organized a monthly Teachers Institute to be hold in Owaley every month during the school term The following officers were elected Taylor P Gab bard Pres John Niece Vice Pros S A Gabbard Socy Chester Man ous Trollsj Chas Eversrle Seargant at arms P M Frye Meredith Gab bard and Miss Mary Barker were chosen as a committee to arrange a program for each meeting The teachers also discussed number of topics relating to their schoolwork Prof Campbell is one of our strongest members The next meeting is to be held at Riverside The following programme has loan arranged Tie Importance of Educating the mountain boys and girls Prof Campbell w ta y t ti emsrc IJiIt Do you want your boys and girls to have a better education than yourself N T Ambrose What is the most important branch to be taught in the common school curriculum S A Gabbard The Importance of a higher Stand ard of Education for Girls t Wesley Frost Who we Good CitizensT P GabbardHow We Live for our Country Meredith Gabbard How may we have Happy Homes in the MountainsJohn Niece Why should parents send their children to schoolP M Frye Chester Manous and Lee Gibson Every parent is invited to attend ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Mrs Mattie Hamblen of this place visited her parents at Richmond last weekRes J W Lambert went to the Association at Hummel Grove last week Born to Mr and Mrs H W Cornelius a fine girl Nellie Bottie and Martha Lambert the small daughters of Hanison Lambert went to Berea last Thursday to enter school Mr Joseph Lovette of Bobtown visited Mr and Mrs John B Cole of this place Saturday and Sunday Six of the section men of this place joined the union workers last week Scot Belden went to Combs to work last week Rev John Croucher preached a funeral sermon at Mr Jas Durhams last SundayEson Feltner of this place went to Livingston last weekMr and Mrs Will Watkins visited the latters parents on Satur day and SundayThe protracted meetings will commence the second Saturday in October at Fairview Everybody attendMrs Lou Single ton of Rockford is visiting relatives at this place Mrs Mary Singleton was here last SundayMrs Richard Johnston of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Hamblen Jr of this place this weekJack Frost visited this locality the 18th and 19th and did considerable damage to the crops ETTILL COUNTY RED LICK The people in the neighborhood Beech Grove have long felt the need of some way to improve themselves along literary linea and to provide en tertainment for their young people They met recently and organized a a literary society with the follow ing officers Pres Robert Gentry Vice Pros Jas Rodgers Secy Alma Wilson jTreas Bessie Kindred The Sundayschool tho Beech Grove school house is in a flourishing condition We would suggest that much more could be accomplished if more parents IambWe trust Mr Harris will soon have a postoffice established in his storeSportsmen- are roaming the forests in quest of squirrels Some make very fine shots judging from results Apples are quite plentiful and are of a very fine quality Any one in need of good winter fruit can find what ho wants hereThe corn crop is very good considering the season LOCUST BRANCH The following is a report of Beech Grove school for month ending Aug 21 Whole number of pupils enrolled males eighteen females eighteen Those who were present daily during the month are Nannie Anglin Isaac Anglin James Atkinson Mafra Bick nell Ethel Kindred Hurley Hunt Elva Harris Olna Harris Elbrige Rose Alma Gentry Rosa Rucker Schuyler Rucker Willie Rucker Ed ward Young George Young Bradley Young Thomas Young Gertrude Kin dred Gilbert Kindred The parents in this school district realize that they can give their children no better legacy than a good education and we opI The trustees for years have tried to make this school second to none in in this county They are ever watch ful in noting the needs of the school and meeting them the best they can JACKSON COUNTY WELCH SU NO Teachers Association of Magister ial District No3 will be held here Saturday Oct 3rd Program mWelcomeResponse Miss Emma Spenso mootingSuptAllen How to make Teachers Associations a success Geo W Rador Recitation SpensoMusic Duty of Trustees JH Thomas Parents duty to tho schoolA- F Baldwin and A n Johnson Essay Mini Susie Watson SongMy Old Kentucky Home By the audience LibraryJohnTho uso of District Library Jerome Hellard Paper on Decoration Miss Eva SettleSongBattle Hymn Republic Audience schoolSquirnLittle How to teach History George Johnson and Miss Cordelia Roark Basket Dinner 12 m How to secure bettor attendance J W Mullins Importance of SpellingH II Johnson Recitation BowlingMusic The Coming Teacher H F Minter Should teaching be used as a stopping stone to something higher T Lee J Webb Delightful task to rear the tent er ThoughtMiss Emma Sparse The Educational Spirit of the Com munity Wm Dunigan Nature StudyMrs Mollie Webb Music Essay Miss Mae Sparkman Should our school law be amended t- WhytJ H Denham- Should the teacher on ago in games with the pupils Miss Polly Koark Cooperation of Parents and Teach ersW B Baker Value of a Literary Society W A Cops The Spirit of the TeacherSimon Munsey Our School System Wm Moore CEO W RADEU Vice Pres BERTIE BOWLIXO Secretary KERBY KNOB Drs Dougherty and Baker are honieW J Dougherty has purchased a nice farm at Volley View and will move theme shortly W Rucker and family visited friends hero Satur day and Sunday Rev Griffith preached at Oak Grove Saturday and Sun dayMrs Cora Smith who has been in tho hospital at Berea for several weeks passed through here last week accompanird by Bessie HaysMrs Jas R Engle and two little boys visited Mrs Eugles mother and friends at Berea last week Those who attended the association at Pilot Knob report a very pleasant time and plenty to eat Messrs Simpson and Hatfield went to Berea Sunday Mrs Roso Gabbard and little Hon Lawrence were at Boonovillo Wednes day and Thursday Robert Antis is going to build a chimney for H II Rice Rer John B Lewis of Breath itt county preached at Lincoln Bowlin0 on Cow Creek last Sunday Hurrah for TImE CITIZEN it is one of the best papers published TYNER Teachers Association will be hold at Tyner next Saturday Sept 20 All teachers in that section aro expect ed to attend NORMAL DEPARTMENT- Notes from the Field W N Burch one of tho graduat ing class of OH is teaching ou Sex tons Creek in Clay county Ho is enjoying his school work but wants some more education lie is plan ning for a college course Robert Howard is teaching in Magofhn his home county Robert took n leading part in the county institute showing considerable skill and training in public speaking and debate His sister Lizzie entered Berea this fall- Lawrence B Pickle imnor is teach a large school in Johnson county and is preparing to return to school in tho winter term M H Wilson is meeting with great success and is longing for the time when he will once more pack his trunk for Berea Corn Hoskins is teaching the vil lage school at Ivytou in Mngoffin county She says Berea is entitled to the credit for all the now ideas in her work but we are sure Miss Cora is herself a credit to Boron and to Magolfin county Daisy Smith was found teaching a little school on White Oak Branch in Rockcastlo county Pictures litera ture and singing were the noticeable features Daisy is making a fine teacherAmmon Brock of Leslie county could not stay away from Berea long enough for a five months term He entered school at the opening Ho is also assisting Ellis Seale in the night schoolDavid Arthur Dailey is doing ex cellent work in Lincoln county Arthurs greatest achievement was in securing a district library To raise tho money he instituted festival and cleared 2000 Could havo made considerable more had not refresh ments run out Willie Adams of Greouup county is likewise starting a district library Ho is enjoying his first toms of teachingAdam Huff won a library offered by Boroa College to tho school hav ing the largest attendance Ills attendance for the live mouths was 87 por cont How is that for Leslie countyA offer is this year made to Magoilm county and a number of schools aro computing Stephen Gabbard when list heart from was teaching school near hiA home and superintending a Sabbath schoolWIIIfanoy Ezel Morgan county was visited by n Borea worker Ho is putting into piactico some of the knowledge received last year at Boron lIe will return in tho winter term and expects to bring a number with him Emma anti Wilford Johnson are both teaching large schools in Johnson county This is Wilfords first school lie is barely the age required by law but received ono of tho best certifi cates issued in that county averaging nearly 00 per cent Supt Geo M Johnson father of Emma and Wilford is being urged to run for a third term but has not yet decided The schools of Johnson county aro in excellent condition There were twentyfive common school graduates this year Magotlin county shows marked progress in tho past two years Miss Martha Arnett who was at Borea in 11XH is making a hue record as county superintendent Her strict discipline and untiring energy are doing much for the betterment of the schools- A considerable por cent of teachers aru Beipa students In tho Jackson county institute about ono third of the teachers were Bores students but Owsloy county takes the lead more than half tho teachers having attended school at Berea THE NEW FARM SILO A sight that has attracted the atten tion of ninny of tho visitors during tho past two days IIIH been the filling of tho now silo down at the College barnMany questions have boon asked during the last few works as to the nature and use of limo tall tanklike structure built at tho end of tho barn next to tho pike and the answer that it was a silo to be filled with ensilage has not added much to tho informs tion of tho questioners Briefly a silo is a large tank or receptacle capable of ting mado air tight into which finely cut green or partially ripe forago of any sort may bo tilled where it goes through heat or fermentation which on ac count of its closely packed condition and the keeping out of tho air does not spoil tho foul but preserves it In this preserved state it is called euailage aud is nearly as green and succulent as when it was put into the silo As long as tho proper conditions of excluding tho air aro kept up tho forage can be preserved in this shape for an indefinite time It is oaten with great relish by rattle especially milch cows sheep hogs and oven horses and mules though horses and mules should not bo fed so large a proportion of ensilage in their daily ration as is beneficial to other stock The silo built for the College farm is of twoinch cypress staves hold to go her with strong iron hoops with lugs for tightening It is thirty foot high and eighteen feet in diameter As the location is a bank giving access to a basement cow barn a brick and cement foundation wall throe foot deep with a firmly cemented bottom adds about three feet to the depth The staved part is rated to hold one hundred and fifty tons of green feed and the brick foundation will hold about twelve tons more It is being filled by a thirteen inch Ohio ensilage and fodder cutter manufactured by tho Silver Manufac turing Co of Salem Ohio on which they gave a very generous discount in price for tho benefit of tho College farm For unlit First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEKEA COLLEGE BRICK YARD Good clothes are always madeto measure Have your now Fall suit madetoordor by Strauss Bros Chi cago Samples are now shown by J J BRANASIAN A fine line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at tho RACKET STORE Main St Richmond f ANOTHER CARLOAD t Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P Because you never saw one broken down I Because they arc nil good ones Because they cost less than others BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE I I ETCI I I I GET ON LiSee our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky 11m m ri JsJ iii annanian wIfJ Groceries Dry Goods and Notions 1 Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry uu I I I This space has been tpurchased by 1The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen I WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did theIcountry you spend your childhood in Tho engineer with his lm + nd ou tho throttle of tho Empire Exprou The admiral on tho 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