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I I Presidents Office X B raa Collogo WIHHHHHMWHIHHK IIIHIHH + ++IIIIH +Pt JAMES MILTON RACER mui Subscribe Editor and PubllaheriKnUriit at the O2ekeI+ +IH t VOL V A Family Poi or BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1903 One dollar a year NO 1C IDEASj who bor rows lo morrows it IIThu best Holnco of nllliction next to trust necessary work Mini in general Hro very willing to bolodif thoy are ltd courteously j WIKKlellworth- TAKE NOTICE It is the duty of all school trustees to BOO to it at ouco that riehoolliouHes urn put In good repair nml provided Iwith stoves before thero is any danger of cold weather Tito Monday lecture next week in f tho upper chapol will be given by ProfY Dodge who wjll intro duce to the audieuco the Hoveu oil- K rtraiU which now adorn the walls of Phi Delta Hall Tho lecture Is at- Jilfi I j Red is opon to all citizens At the saute hour Irof M E Marsh i will lecture to the student in the main chapel 1 Monday Oct 10 8 Iii p x addn sa- tof citizens and students in Tabernacle r by Dr W G Hubbard the dieting uished Kentucky preacher now of Auburn N Y THE WIDE WORLD 1Two thousand deaths from plague r have occurred in two i months at Ptll TanK China 1The terms of tho now pontal treaty on tho United States and Cuba will Ira put in effect October 1Kb next An anarchist eau Ml Harloloni has been arrtwtorlat Genoa accused of complicity in a plot to kill King Al fonso of Spain King Edward of England Is smash lug the precedents of lima Victorian era by taking an actiro hand In the reconstruction of tho Cabinet Tho military maneuvers began at Camp Young Monday with n skirmish in which only n jwiton of tbo troops assemble worn engaged Thousands of persons have visited tho soldiers 1 Tho Kaiser of Germany is said to lx ohind thn throe principal German banks which have organized n comb nation in opposition to tho Standard Oil Company They with tho bell of the Russians will probably attempt to drive Rockefellers Company out of Europe IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Roosevelt and his family 1returned to the While House Monday vacation at Orster Bay f I Secretary of tho Treasury Shaw will make thrco speeches in Ohio and three in Kentucky speaking at Louisville I Lexington and Otvousboro November 10 next in the Into fixed on which 7M000 acres of coded Chip ewa Indian lauds in Minnesota will be declared opon for settlement A jury has boon selected for the trialof James II Tillmau charged with time murder of Editor Gonzales of the Columbia Stale at Lexington SCA special train was run over the Motion route from Chicago to French Lick Springs Friday a distance of 200 miles at the rate of a milo a minute worldsitmade a milo on the Empire N Y track in l57 striking 2j seconds from tho previous record Lou Dillons trotting record of n mile in 2 minutes was equalled on Friday by Major Delmar on tho Em f pire City track N Y Tho boat quarter was mado in 2SI seconds Yellow fever is increasing in Webb County Texas A shotgun quaran lIno has boon established by surrounding counties but 4000 persons had already lied from the infested districtCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY shotIProspects are bright for an exhibition surpassing the previous snows J The cotton crop of Texas is esti mated to bo only 2500000 bales In sect damage is reported in eightynine counties Near Harlan Courthouse in llarlan county Mrs Martin Green was shot I Wand killed by her husband He fled but was captured Curtis Jett has boon taken to tho jail in Louisville where ho is being closely watched December 18 is tho day set for his execution The Kentucky Exhibit Association bave to depend very largely upon t1will county for the pomp display St Louis Worlds Fair ns the crop was almost a failure in other port tions of the State- f = THE COUNTESS OF WESTMORELAND ONE OF THE BEAU TIES OF KING EDWARDS COURT Lady WcKtuiorclnml Mid to be one of the most attractive members of the Urlllnh smart set Kim cares little for society however uud sports much of her time looking utter tho wants of tho poor In the nolKhhorhood of Ajitliorpo her bviiutlful estate The Connies of Warwick I uly Algernon ionlontan nux Lady Angela Forbes and the Duchess of Sutherland are nil her sisters HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE fur fmllvnt Win OooJell fruit Article 6 Invalid Pensioner In Mountain Counties In 183- 4pequA1drate arlanalIlltiitctutil m mllllU Krnout volunteer J flnlrTInr mummer leY a Hcvolmlonsrjr any lIllonl listed tinder the act of Juno IMC nmtlnnc Nathaniel Outline p Va I Richard Gentry p Ya I Henry Harris p X C Benjamin Howard p of Cav Va Jesse lodges p1a Evan Haiues p Va m John hunter p Va I Anthony Harrington p Md I Joseph Kennedy Ensign Va Win Kindred p Va I John Kidwell p N C St troops Islam Lane S Va I Thomas Lander p Va m Isaac Laiuhart pVa m Thomas Lamb p Va Matthias Lambert p Va m Ralph McGeo S Va Daniel Maupin S Va m Thomas Maupin p Va Thomas Morris p S 01 Samuel Morton pVo m Richard Oldliam p N 01 Jesse Oglosby p Va m Wyatt Parker I1a1Anthony Perkins p Va Samuel Perkins p Va Thomas Parhain p S C m John Pace p Va m Loftus Pultons pVa m Josiah Phelps p Va St troops Yelverton Pnytou p VB John Ross p S C Norman Roberts p Va m Ge rgo Tomlinson p Va CapNPeter Todd p N C m John Tudor p N 0 m Joseph Todd p N C m Thomas Todd p of I anti car N Om- Odwald Thomson p Va m Onion White pVa Joseph Watson p1a1 Archibald Woods Capt Va m Samuel Wnlkup p N CI MONTGOMERY COUNTY Win Anderson pVa1D- aniel Beatty p N 01 James Bourn pVa m John Beatty p Va m Wm Cave p N 0 in Roger Clement p N 0 h Joseph Clark p VA m Wm Connor p N C m Daniel p Va m Nathaniel Foster p Va m Wm Gray p Pal Robert Garrott p Pal Shadrach Hiatt pLMd Samuel Hatcher p Va I Thomas Hall p Va John Hamliu p N C m John Lock ridge p Va tn John Leo p Va m John Moss p Va m James McCullough p and L N 01 John Montgomery p YA m Daniel McCarty p Va m Thoa Mosley p Va m John 0Rnr p nnd S Vn 1 James Rauoy p Va m Ezekial Stewart p Va m Hezekiah Spencer p Wm Tiplon Sr p Va St troops Thomas Terry 2nd p Vn Joseph Wilkinson p Va I Continued THE KITE THAT LIFTS A MAN Tho October PEARSONS has a de scription by Mr S F Cody of a recent invention of his own an enormous kilo which has stood satisfactorily some recent tests by the British Admiralty and has boon adopted by it for use in the British Navy This kite is designed largely for tho pur pose of carrying on observations in any kind of weather by night or by day during war though it can also bo utilized in times of poaca for many other purposessuehas for towing boats up rapid currents whore sails or steam would bo useless scaling high walls withoutladders or sending dis patches from one ship to another in rough weather Mr Cody has anon lhllsln tic belief in the practicability of his invention IMPORTANT All claiming lots or parts of lots in Baron cemetery are requested to BO euro from the undersigned soon deeds adapted to tho new numbering Bring old deeds or other evidence of ownership or enshL V Dodge Secretory To Delinquent Taxpayers If taxes for 1001 anti 1002 are not promptly paid by October IB 1001 property will be advertised for sale RS the law directs1V J TATUMJ Town MarshalCall the town marshal and pay your town taxes for 1003 W J Tatum Town Marshal Dieting nltl llaense To euro Dyspepsia or indigestion it ia no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the wholo system be cornea an easy prey to the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables tin stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that ono cares to oat and is a never failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold at East End Drug Cot f NH N Nt1 NN NNNNNNNNN N This our Brat fall season for business in your of fall stuff in every line is entirely new CitYli IEverythmgWe have FALL no old goods to sell The latest things in I m t fall goods WASH GOODSIPERCALES ETC Iattheorarriving daily and we take pleasure showing vouI Cash StoreOur Stock of I IIS BRAND NEW Fall and Winter Clothing i IShoosand Hats are all complete in fact we are crowd space If you need something in these lines Any purchase from us means you will send your neighbors and friends to see us that they tooi I may learn to be wise and buy where thoy can secure tho best goods for the least money i i LACKEY d HAMILTONCORN- ER i I MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY i 1tNNtios NNMtlNH Nm HMN NN NsMNNsNmNNN IRION GIRARDET CO HighClass Jewelers and Diuiiioud Dealers 404 West Market Street LOUISVILLE KY ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS Write For free Catalogue and call to tO see us when you ate in the ttiv ocity l ooo IRION OIRflRDBT GO Louisville KU A MAN to woll dressed must select his col late cuffs neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats and MENSFURNISHINGS in general with great care Select thom from our stock and you will make no mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily We sell Douglas Shoes for mon and boys and Queen Quality shoes for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky gars ny PougUi MortiA and the test A shoe dmlrn tmrwlwrr- vk rutioiu The genuine Uarelvli tame end pde bottom cj N TaE WORLD f1 oo e pqUOS LASr UNION MADE iitcrtau ftJttt i tMt deters IAAAr IAArn rln 1anlMira1i afro lU01 == l5ifi7a Pairs THEREASONS W DouMtl In lour rarIU ioiiKli nmkM 8nhIIllloro 110 itiiil 8340 flioo limn any other two nrnu uf iclnrcr In the worll W U IMugliu f3U anil J3Wlioo phase aide l y alto with 5X nnl Ui shore of other iiinkui nro found to l o lust IU o They will outwear two alrs onliuarr J3UO and S3JO 1111 Made of the best leathers Including Patent Corona KU Corona Colt and National KanqartiO I a11 aJ 411 IIIt Uh tee w L DouKliu 4OO Ollt Edae Line cannot be equall t at any price Nlioo liyniiill itScf xl free W I len tlit lii 1 For sale by RA R COYLE Berea THE EYES OF MENAND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when examined are generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES- to suit those conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which en blM us to furnish just the right oyesPrices T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSsecure splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from R H CHRISMAN rhl East End Barber Shop North of Printing Office Shave 100 Hair Cut 160 Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened 15o to 25c R B DOE Froprietoi DR L CORNEILUS Physician Dentist omco with Dr P Corncllui IlroAtlway 8t HIHKI Kv Hours for Dental Work 900 a m to 3UJ p m No 2000 Solid Gold Watch 2000 5124 Solid MasonicCharm 325 5 Solid Heavy Gold Ring 500 1281 6 Pearls Ruby Doublet 500 328 Ruby or Emerald 250 711 Diamond richly set 3000 1667 7 Full Cut Diamonds 1000 WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIGGINS Props LaughlinFountain Pen THE PUN Or ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The Laughlin Fountain Pen Holder Is made of tiu ell qualityhard rubber Is gradelargeof any desired flexibility perfectfeeding Ether style richly gold mounted presentation purposes SitO extra Surely you will no be able to secure anything tintlau IN that will give such continuous pleasure and service For Salt by East End Drug- Company Main Street Berea Ky nun MONKEY MAN AND WHISKY An Imlilrnl In r Jrrnry Vlilil- i1nrtlntlr Pruar IbeIbeurr or Kinlntliin In the state of New Jersey near the edge of the North river an unfortun ate monkey got very drunk Some brutal men superior to him In physical development and Inferior In moral qualities persuaded the poor brute to drink whisky The monkey drank a great deal too much was ab solutely Intoxicated and his conduct was exactly like that of a man that Is to ray or the average whisky dlnklng man It would be pleasant to relate that the monkey tasted the whisky felt It burn and refused to touch any more of It That unfortunately is not what happened It would be creditable to the mon keys wisdom If one could say that while he made a mistake and drank too much whisky once he could never be persuaded to touch It again That Is not true either The poor monkey tempted by his human halfbrothers drank whisky and he acted exactly as the average poor foolish feeble man acts under the same circumstances When they offered him the whisky first he didnt want to take it They CONFIRMATION TO A LIMITED DJJ UREE OV DAUWINIAN THEORY urged him and finally he took Just a little It burned him made him cough made his eyes water Even a monkey you would think ought to have known enough to let it alone Hut he did not know enough he tools a little more then some more and finally all that he could get He went through the various stages of humiliating Incapacity that mark a human beings transition from sober to drunkHe voluble at first chattered about showed many signs of friendliness apparently he was a much improved monkey Then he became foolish and un steady on his legs Finally he became brutal wanting to bite and at late sank Into a stupor Just the equal of any dead drunk man Next day this miserable monkey initiated Into the results of the worst curse that afflicts his superior broth era persisted in his resemblance to a human being He was shivering nervous without appetite and evi dently suffering physical If not mental remorseBut was jilt like a man and gladly accepted the drink that was fgiven him with the assurance that many other monkeys arc fooled by a little hair of the dog that bit you will set you right If that monkey la saved from a monkeys grave only the lack of whisky not any wisdom or strength- of will of his own will save him If you ever want to argue with a man against whisky the story of the drunken monkey intelligently pre rented ought to produce an Impres 1aion You might talk to any whisk drinking man as follows If you had seen that monkey clear eyed healthy and vigorous you would have said to his keeper Dont le him touch whisky It will ruin you monkey yet you drink whisky your self If you had seen the monkey take the first glaaa you would have salt to his keeper Dont let him take any more the second glass will rUl him give him a longing for alcohol It will run your monkeyyet you take the second glass yourself- If you had teen the monkey In his degrading progress from sober to drunk losing bill equilibrium becom ing first maudlin and then vicious you would Iave said to lila keeper Now look at your monkey You see how worthless ho IB that Is what whisky always does with a monkey yet that la just what whisky does with you and you give It the chance to do It You might also say this to you s whisky drinking friends The monkey most resembles the man that most resembles him of course The man that acts with whisky as the monkey does la like the monkey In the brain of a monkey as every child knows the strongest instinct Is that of Imitation The monkey will cut his throat trying to Imitate a man shaving No wonder that ho rulnn hit health Imitating a tuna drinking whisky The monkey as he took that whis i ky seemed foolish especially after the first taste and If you had never i i drank whisky yourself you w n1d ba justified In despising the monkey Think how many excuses be has that you who drink whisky have not You know that whisky has ruined millions of men and Is Mill ruining millions The monkey knows nothing about that- You know that nlnetcnlha of the murders are based on whljky The monkey knew nothing about that You know that whisky means fall tire poverty and abuse for children abuse poverty and sorrow for moth ers All of then things the monkey does not know You are more foolish than he when you take the whisky National Advocate WOMEN INEBRIATES 0 II llrmtlhwiille KuKllnlt IapcrlHe- clnre They Art am Curnlilr as the Mm In the English rcportof Inebriate asy lums by the Inspector Dr Hrnathwulte I occurs the following Is matter of Im There just our rnoro portance which calls for special refer I dice before leaving the realm of gene al remarks It has been freely stated of- i late that when a woman becomes on In I ebriate she may be reganled an hope less In fact that her reformation Is practically Impossible Although these j expressions of opinion have emanated from persons who are not intimate with the work they nevertheless create or add strength to an Impression which Is not only unjust and cruel buterroneous Such expressions cause Infinite annoy ance to thoso licensees ol retreats and I managers of reformatories who are de voting their lives to the reformation of women they make their work harder I and do Incalculable harm by Instilling Into the minds of Inebriate women the hopelcssncs of struggling against their falling It IR this Impression firmly rooted and fostered by tnnstant reference which Is largely to blamo for many failures In the reformation of women When they are apparently reformed no bomb believes them they are received back to their homes on sufferance and treated generally as 1C they were bound to break down again bccauiv the refor mation of women Is Impossible I cannot produce figures because no doubt has ever existed In my mind as to the reformability of women and 1 have col heeled none and also for oilier good rea sons which will lie referred to later when speaking of the results of treat ment Uut apart fmm the figures I am quite content to rely upon personal Im pressions resulting from close association with Inebriates during something like 20 years and from knowledge of between two and three thousand cases of both sexes Such experience gives me a position few others have and leaves me with a firm conviction that women who give themselves fair chance have at least an equal chance with men of good result I know of mme women now teetotalers after ten years and more who havo never broken down and who were Inebriates In every sense of the word despite the illusory classification which has been attempted between In ebriates and habitual drunkards a purely academic distinction which Is essen tially unpractical At any rate they got liquor whenever they tnnld by fair means or foul they pawned household I goods they bribed servants and strangers they stole and they passed through the stages uf rxJrct cures cumpanlons and attendants unimproved If these are not Inebriates I am unable to define them In any other way As some conso lation to women Inebriates I should like to close this subject with the reiterated statement that In my opinion with equal consideration and treatment women are every whit as reformablc as men andI possibly even more m- oTEMPERANCE I NOTES Work and despair not A bright heart will accomplish much If added to this cheerful spirit we have a wise head we shall accomplish more National Advo cateA recent Associated Press dispatch from Washington says that another attempt will be made next vizier to secure the repeal of the law abtijlilng the canteen bankruptcyy tamed that the reason of hU Insolvency was becaupso alt the people In the village had turned teetotalers closedropen a In the same place Mr Davis gave as a reason for the change that the saloon Is not a fit place In which to rear his children ren tion of a society of retainers In Vienna and now there are lilnc abstaining soci eties two of them being societies of workingmen In Vienna and one of workingmen at Gratz John Schact a lumberman of Minne sota who has been under treatment for alcoholism has been taken to Minne spoils that his disease may be clinically considered Mr Schact Is turning black I in patches all over his body On his I face there Is a black spot the size of r dlsI and the patient thinks It 1s caused ling the Inordinate romrnrnptlcm of a cer brand oj tobacco u Clnh for Vaunt Urn PTe8lent I order to keep them out of the saloon she U erecting a 30000 dirt liottsc for I their exclusive use She bas found that many boys and young men had no place to spend their owning exotyt In saloons She has arrangu for a large library and each month she wMI have artists give an eatlrfalammn2lartJnrJt- benefit Put Religion Into Politics By COUNT LEO TOLSTOI tics arc bcgnuing to uudcrsland rind ncty they need to learn that there is only due means of realizing a good human liftto profess and to practice the religious doctrine which is accessible to the majority of men And it is only when they will pro fess and practice this religious doctrine that they will be able to attain the ideal which has been born in their consciousness alll40 which they aspire All other attempts destroy power for the good organization of the life of men without power can be only a useless expenditure of forces not awinc nearer hut distancing humanity from the goal at which they aim This is what 1 wish to say to you sincere men who arc not con tciUcd with time egoistic life and desire to consecrate all your powers in the service of your fellows In order that men may live the social life without mutual oppres- Sion institutions sustained hy force are not the essentials hut a moral condition of uncut whereby through interim conviction and not by con straint they will act toward others as they desire that others act toward them And there arc such men They live in religious communities in America in Russia in Canada These men live in common life with out oppressing each other Thus reasonable activity according to our tine for the people of one Christian society is The profession and the propagation hy word and deeds of religious doctrine the latest and best we know the Chris trian doctrine which accommodating itself to the existing ccler of life docs not exact from men the execution of external rites nor concttil it self with faith and sermons with salvation by redemption bit vital Christianity It is thus evident that the activity of men who desire to scivc their neighbors should be directed not toward institutions of novel Germ but toward the perfecting of themselves and of other men Men who act contrary to this usually think time forms of life and the worlds ps is ions and the ideas which they have of the workl may be pTfictotl simultaneously lint in thinking thus men make a common nmstit and take the effect for the cause and time cause for the effect or tin phenomenon which accompanies it If time men who sincerely desire to better the lot uf their e ighhon will understand the complete vanity of the means peculiar to lcJlIlnla- nll revolutionists for establishing mans welfare if they will understand that the only means of freeing men from their evils is that ti1n lit themselves cease to live the egoistic lifr and comineticc to live ti hu mane Christian life and do not recognize as possible AIUIIlegal tl1Ij ing by violence at the expense of a neighlmr let them do to Irs is they would that others would do to them and the unrcasoiiaM1 1lh11 form of life in which we now live will IK destroyed and a new f nr peculiar to the new conscience of men vil be established Future ofEnglish Speaking I ace By HON WILLIAM E H LECKY Sober or UrhUU PirliiBMaL M 1N V clouds hang over the future dc tinic of the human race but it is at least a safe prediction that time part which will be plajeil by the Unglish speaking world must steadily grow It comprises the utmost rapidly increasing the most progrcs MVC the most happily situated nations of the earth and if their power and influence are not wasted m internal quarrel their type of civilization must one day be completely dominant They have hitherto escaped the militarism that is so prevalent on time continent Their civilization is essentially commercial and pacific and thought i i has its marked defect it is not too much to say that in no other form has true liberty been better understood and a larger and tiller scope been given to human liberty and individual energy Whether this harmony of the English speaking races is likely to be permanently achieved is one of the greatest questions of the future nil there is none on which the happiness and progress of the world more largely depend Unexpected collisions of interest ambitions and passions may at any tints destroy the prospect mud in great denuxracie largely influenced by demagogue and by an irresponsible and anonymous press there arc always powerful agencies that do not make for peace Only a few years have elapsed since an insignificant question slating to Venezuela seriously endangered time peace between Knulaiu and the United States It is however not too much to say that of lam years the fee ing of amity between Ungland and Alierica has steadily grown and in muglandat least the great truth that a war with oUl kinsmen beyond the Atlantic would be one of the greatest calamities that could fall upon the world has become generally realized With increased facilities for communication the personal contact between tin I wo nations has vastly increased Both the best and utmost frivolous dements in each arc in constant touch and are constantly Intel changed In finance in commerce in social life by common amusements ant ommon intellectual pursuits and sympathies the bond is daily strength cuing Influence of Technical EducationB- y SIMON W HANAUER Deputy United State Convil Gooenl at Frankfort Germany Mil great influence of technical education in developing indtts tries increasing export trade and augmenting a country s wealth is shown by the technical high schools of Germany There arc nine such created and conducted by the government two more arc now being established Besides these State in stitutions many others under private management but subject to governmental supcrvisioin exist in Germany which turn out able en gineers and scientifically educated craftsmen Germany in consequence of its thorough and widespread system o technicaleducation has surpassed within the last 50 years all other na lions and now hold first place in chemical manufactures The value of the chemical products annually made in Germany are estimated at 1000 000000 marks or 238000000 A very large part of these especially dyes made of coal tar arc exported to the chief manufacturing nations the United States England Belgium France etc as also to China Japan India etc There is scarcely a country in the world that does not use German chemicals of some sort Thi transformation of Germany from a poor agricultural country tone o of the finest and richest jnanufacturiiig and exporting nations is to a considerable part due to German superior technical training Some of the German chemical works have branch establishments in foreign countries The German capital invested in these earns big profits and adds to the national wealth of the country Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Bclnnco Two Course with agriculture for young mon 4 and Domestic Science for young Ladies 1 Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Hounnwork Nursing two yoars Normal Course For Teachers Throe courses leading to county Certificate Slato Certificate and State Diploma Academy elollr years tilling for College for businoM and for lire College CoursoH Litorary Scientific Classical leading to Bxccalauro ate dogrms J MtiKlc Choral free Red Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hone to help all who will holp thonuolvM townnl a Christian HU I cation Our instruction is K free gilt StudenU pay a small incidnatnl rOeJJto moot niponsos of the school apart from Instruction tnd must alno for board in adhobrought within iMOO about f IS to bo paid in advance The School iN ondornwJ by Baptists Cliriotians Disciples ODgrcgaliou alisU Methodists Piesbjtorianu and good peopla 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exclaim + Well just try this way thou and son if it isnt at least boarablo First anti j foremost have plenty of good hot slldsNot just warm or lukewarm but hot Thin with plenty of dish towolicloau soft ones for the glass on heavier ones for tho honry diHhcw and n good tikli cloth or mop in tho hands of n sunnytempered littlo girl will mako tho dreaded task a pleasure I am Hiiro Wash tho glasses first If milk has boon in them rinse out with cold wa tor first or tho hot water will simpl cook tho milk on them and they will look dull and blue iusttmd of clear and shiny Dont put them bottom down into the Jiot water or tlio sud den expansion may break them Slip them iu edgewise and your finest glow will ha safe Next wash tho silver each kind bj itwilf Dont plln it nil in together HI tho forks will scratch tho knives and spoons If stool knivuH and forks are used tho hundlm must not bo put in tho lint water as it will discolor and loosen hem Scour steel knives with soft brick dusl or fine ashes rubbing it on with n largo cork After the silver wash the cups saucers and plates first carefully scraping out tho platen and rinsing out tho cups Cold greasy diahwaloi with scraps of food floating around iu it IH not pleasant to think of It i5 more unpleasant to put the hands in nor tall dirty water vaIi dishes clean Tho glaww silver and china should each bo wiped as soon as washed and put away in the plnco where it belongs Piling up dishes is the cause of many a break or crack Tho tin and iron dbhos should bo washed iu tho hot suds inside and 1outlildc then wiped on n dry cloth put near thin fire to dry This keeps them from rusting Milk pans and pails must bo washed i by themselves first rinsing them in roll water then washing in hot suds Scald theta in trailing water and put out in tho air and sun If cold water is poured Into cook lug vessels to which tho food hiss tuck then the vesselc nro covered 6 and set on tho stove until the water is hot they will wash oasily because the steam has softened tho food particles sticking to tho sides Tho last thing is to wash out the dishtowels Inhol clean suds and hang thorn out in the air and sun when possible Once a week all tho dishtowels and clothes must bo ro placexl with another let while they are washed throughly and boiled This is necessary to keep thorn Iron smelling badly oven though they are washed well each timo they are use- dII11I11Ii11ii1IEi1Il1II1 The School t lllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII + What Is the Matter with the District Schools That the district school is not a total success is evidenced both by ob servation and statistics In tho entire State of Kentucky the average at tendance is not much more than SO cont Discussions in the county institutes brought out some of tho following diihcultics i There are too many classes In a rocont letter a teacher states that ho bas 88 classes From 25 to 80 is quite common These classes consist of all grades from the chart to the higher Arithmetic It is needless to Bay that no teacher can do justice to pupils under such conditions Many of the classes must bo slighted and I none receive tho careful attention they should 2 Lack of grading Irregular at tendance scarcity of books and the j Bhortnots of tho school year make it almost impossible to have anything like systematic grading 3 Lack of books This is a griev one difficulty Pupils come to school without hooks expecting to bo sup plied from their neighbors or got along some way with the teachers help Two or three are obliged to tudy together using the same book Very littlo can bo accomplished in this way It fa not an easy matter to timely these difficulties Parents pro very slow to purchase books al though tho cost is small 4 A great evil is irregular attend mince When school flint begins most of tho pupils attend for a few weeks Then comOllII Foddering time Tho children nro kept out to pull blades after that to make sor ghum A littlo later comes rainy weather and bad roads Tho con tinunity of school is broken the interest is lost and tho pupils stay out for very trilling pretexts Lastly ono of tho greatest difficul ties is lack of trained teachers The profession of teaching is so poorly paid and precarious that it is for the most part but a stopping stone to something else Teachers begin an soon as they secure a certificate teach a few years until thoy can prepare themselves for something more re munerative thou drop out Others unexperienced tako their pieces The eginnors in almost every county in any year will bo 85 per coot of the whole number At this rate the whole body changes every four years Those are some of tho difficulties What are the remedies This will be discussed iu a later issue HHHIHJHJHHHJHI IH- I The Farm SILAS CIIBBVBn MASON Editor 1I1II1H +1IIIIIIIIIIIII1 MANURIAL CROPS IN THE SOUTH On a Small Virginia Farm I am a small farmer growing fruit and vegetables and enough feed for one cow and hone I have raised cow pens for 16 years or over since I came South and Crimson clover for ton years I went on my present place night years ago It was mostly pine- woods i when cleared would raise not over 10 or in bushels of corn or f0 or GO bushels of potatoes per acre I have so improved it largely with iwas nnd clover that I have raised 250 bushels pur aero nnd strawberries at nearly tho same rate I use peas as a catch crop after all early crop such as onions and early politico when plowing down strawberry patches winter crops of grain and Crimson clover I also sow thorn about July In young orchards Those matur ing before September I generally cut for hay i after that timo they euro so slowly that I feed green pick tho peas for seed or let tho hens gather them I always sow them as the first crop after clearing land using 100 pounds of a fertilizer analyzing 282 then I grow a good crop of winter oats and Crimson clover Except on good land I generally use the above fertilizer 200 to 100 pounds per acre I know they need a littlo nitrogen on poor land i on good laud S C rock ia all that is needed on our soil I have no sot rotation cannot have any on my farm but I often follow peas cut for hay in August with Crimson clover and Olobo turnips sown Logo ther using 200 pounds of fertilizer on ench crop In this way I grow three crops per year and havo a good stand of clover for tho next year Wo sow clover with buckwheat late In August with turnips to middle of September then till middlo of October with either wheat or oats I like wheat boat aa it stands up best Those crops nro cut for hay when the clover is in full bloom i ground plowed and planted to corn peanuts or lato potatoes also sweet potatoes I also plow early in tho spring any land I need for early crops and find I am well paid for all expense oven when tho clover is plow odunder in March I have no trouble In getting a stand of Crimson clover if it is not sown till tho hot weather of August ia past My ground has grown steadily bettor and very much darker but I cannot stop using nitro gen yet I should say for this locality novor sow cow peas or clover in tho corn i it will not pay bun often fol low corn with Crimson clover without plowing only cultivate ground well My best clover and wheat woro raised that way this year Corn and clover can IM grown for years in this way with tho addition of chemicals and the land will grow better nil the time Crimson clover and peas both make the best of hay for either cows or horses as I know from years of rood leg but it may not bo safe to food rips clover to a horso Last yoar my clover was loft on account of tho boo pasture it made till tho heads were twothirds brown I foil it all winter to a horse and she novor did better but 1 keep her digestion good by food lug bran and linseed meal I aim to have no bare ground in tho winter i when it is too late to sow even wheat I sow ryo My place is always green A F AMES t THE CANADIAN SOD Serious Rioting by Discharged Employes of the Consolidated Lake Superior CO THE OFFICE BUILDING ASSAULTED Mob Secured Possession of First floor nnd Destroyed Everything Movable In Their Path The Arrival of Troops Armed With Ball Cartridges Served to Reitore Some Semblance of Order In the Afternoon Sault Ste Marie Mich Sept 29 Tho situation In tho Canadian Soo which has boon the scene of serious rioting by the discharged employes of tho Consolidated Lake Superior Co all day was very grave No reinforce ments of the militia have arrived from outsldo and tho only defense against tho mob which grows hourly Is a more or less demoralized police department and a small company of militiamen An assault upon the office building by tho mob early Monday afternoon bo foro the arrival on tho ground of troops was successful and a mass of frenzied rioters secured possession of the ground floor of the building destroy ing everything movable that came In their path A crowd of tho office start with drawn revolvers prevented their gaining access to tho upper floors of tho building Every window and door In the building Is smashed In The ar rival of tho troops on tho grounds armed with ball cartridges about 2 oclock served to restore sumo sem blance of order The rioters then con tented themselves with throwing stones nl tho building and hurling In vcctlvea at tho soldiers who establish ed a dead lino and prevented any approach toward the building by any of tho rioters lAte Monday afternoon the leaders of the mob hold n conference and dc mantled that tho company house the men In their hotel and boarding house and feed them until tho money for their wages Is forthcoming In order to appease tho crowd this demand was granted and tho men hove taken possession of tho Whlto house n largo boarding house operated by tho com pany Provisions arc being sent there to feed them- DYNAMITE UNDER A BUGGY A Contractor Killed and Hit Bookkeeper Badly Injured Washington Pa Sept 26 Samujl T Ferguson of tho Ferguson Con struction Co of Plttaburg was instantly killed and his secretary Chas U Martin of Cincinnati was proba bly fatally Injured Friday by tho ex plosion of a stick of dynamite which robbers placed under their buggy as they were driving along the road car thoITho explosion toro tho rig to pieces killed Ferguson outright and throw Martin 200 feet tearing tho loft arm almost from tho socket The satchel containing tho money Is missing- It was In a ravine flanked on one side by n clump of small trees and on tho other by a sloping field that the robbers placed the dynamite In the middle of tho road and connected tha explosive with a small Insulated cop per wlro to a battery At tho proper time they pressed n button and the dynamite exploded In tho middle of tho road was torn n hole 12 feet long seven feet wide and four feet deep Doth horses were thrown feet and both wero blown to fragments OVER AN EMBANKMENT Engineer Killed and Seven Men Badly Hurt on the Southern Road Chattanooga Tenn Sept 29Tho Cincinnati Southern passenger train which left Chattanooga at 10 a m Monday ran Into a cow at Glen Mary Tenn 120 miles north of Chattanooga and the engine two mall cars baggage car and express car left tho track and rolled down a steep embankment Engineer Frank Parker of Chatta nooga was Instanly killed and seven men all of Chattanooga badly injured two fatally Engineer Parker had been on tho road for 23 years and had never been In a wreck Theo track Is being clear ed rapidly as possible Freight traffic will bo delayed several days but passenger trains are being run around tho wreck Womans Veteran Relief Union Washington Sept 20 Ilobert St George Dyrcnforth commandcrtn chief of tho Union Veterans union Friday Issued general orders announc ing that tho national encampment of the order and tbo national convention of tho Womans Veteran Relief union would bo held In Louisville on October 14 to 16 Ruth Bryans Wedding Day Lincoln Neb Sept 2GTho mar riage of Miss Ruth Bryan and W U Leavitt of Newport will tako placo Saturday evening October 3 at Fairview tho homo of the Bryans Rev Dr Swcarlngen pastor of tho First Presbyterian church will officiate Movement to Advance Freight Rates Chicago Sept 2GA movement Is on foot by tho railroads of tho cntlro country to bring about a general ad vanco In freight rates tho general rca son assigned being the big Increase in tbo wages TRAIN JUMPED THE TRESTLE Nine Trainmen Killed and Seven Seri ously uredICharlotte N C running at a high rate of speed a southbound mall train on tho South ern railway Jumped from a trestle 75 feet high half a mile north of Dan vlllo Va Sunday afternoon and was almost demolished Of the crow of Including mall cars nine were 116 and seven Injured r Tho trestle whore the accident oc curred Is 600 feet long and Is on a sharp curve Engineer Drodle was a new man on that division of the South ern and thus camp to the curve at high speedThe locomotive had gone only about 60 feet on the trestle when It sprang from the track carrying with It four moll cars and an express car The trestle a wooden structure also gave way for a space of 60 feet At tho foot of the trestle is a shal low stream with a rocky bottom Striking this tho locomotive and the cars were reduced to a mass of twisted Iron and steel nnd pieces of splln toted wood As tho cars went down they scraped the sides of the River millI men wore mutilated The skin and hair on tho cnglnecr and fireman were torn off by the boiler Several thousand people wero soon at the scene of the wreck No one on any of tho cars had made an effort to jump and the bodies of all those killed wcro found In the wreckage of the different cars to which they be longed Women who drove to the wreck from Danvlllo fainted at tbo sight of the crushed bodies All the express packages in the express car was de stroycd except six crates full of ca nary birds None of the birds was hurt though tho crates were In tho thickest of tho debris LIQUOR DEALERS BARRED The Odd Fellows Voted Down a Reso lution to Admit Them Baltimore Sept 26At the session of tho sovereign grand lodge I 0 0 F Friday a proposal to admit to mem bership persons of mixed blood jvaa defeated as was also a resolution to grant tho patriarchs militant a direct representation In the sovereign grand lodgeTho resolution to fix the salary of Gen M A Raney commander of the patriarchs militant at 1200 was lost Ills remuneration will consist of the profits on the sale of supplies to mem bers of that branch of the order After a spirited debate the resolu lion to permit liquor dealers to join the order was defeated Prizes for the exemplification of degrees contests for which occurred dur ing tho week were announced Friday night as follows Initiatory degree Meridian lodge In dlanapolla mad first degree first prize Federal City lodge Washington D C second prize Woodward lodgo Woodward la second degree first prize Woodward lodge Woodward la second prize Meridian lodgo In dianapolis Ind third degree first prize Columbus lodgo Washington D 0 second prize Woodward lodge Richmond Ind Rebekah degree Syl via lodge Indianapolis Ind encamp ment degree Cynosure lodge Syra cuse N Y Tho prizes consist of sil vet cups valued at 8160 each EXLIEUT GOV TILLMAN Placed on Trial For the Murder of N G Gonzales Lexington S C Sept 29Jnmes H Tlllman formerlylIeutenant governor of South Carolina was placed on trial Monday In the circuit court of Lex- Ington county under an Indictment charging him with the murder of N G Gonzales editor of tho Columbia State A jury was drawn and charged and all is In readiness for the Introduction of testimony Probably never In the his tort of this judicial circuit has there been so great an array of counsel en gaged In the trial of a case In the cir cult or perhaps In the entire state Tho solicitors were assisted by five attorneys while tho defendant has 11 lawyers Major Delmar Equals Worlds Record New York Sept 2GAt the Empire City track at Yonkers Friday Major Dolrnar went against his own record of 200 and went to tho quarter In 30 tto tho half In 59 to the three quarters In 129 and to the wire In 200 thus equaling the worlds record held by Lou Dillon fCarter and Ruhlln Fought to a Draw Philadelphia Sept 29Kld Car ter and Qua Ruhlln fought a hard sixround draw bout Monday night at tho Washington Sporting club Carter was tho aggressor ID five of the six rounds but Ruhlln evened matters up by giving the most punishment Solution of the Race Problem Atlanta Ga Sept 28ln an ad dress before a mass meeting of No groes In this city Bishop Henry M Turner African Methodist Episcopal church declared that the separation of tho races was tho only solution of tho raco problem Porto Rican Schools Open San Juan P R Sept 29 Twelve hundred schools In Porto Rico were opened Monday and 60000 pupils were received But three times that num ber of children were enrolled and tho struggle for preference was very great Speed Record For Electric Traffic Berlin Sept 28A high speed trial over tho Zossen experimental electric railroad resulted in attaining a speed at tho rate of over 117 miles per hour Every part of the 100ton car was In tact and the roadbed not affected ffff4 vfffiffifffif ++ffff4ff MffW Fff ffifffffhfrfrrr+ r An Old Favorite t+ ++ + ++ + + + + ++++ +++ + ti + + + + + + + +x LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD i By Septimus Winner n AMONG tho most popular of American songs have been 5 Listen to tho Mocking Bird and What IB Homo t Without a Mother from the pen of Septimus Winner Mr Winner was born In Philadelphia May and ilngmany songs besides the two that brought him fame ing the civil war his ong live Us Back Our Old Cornimander a demand for the reinstatement of General Me Clellan was interdicted by the federal government SI dreaming now of Ilally sweet holly sweet Unity ITIIm dreaming now of Ilally for the thought of her Is one that never dies + Shes sleeping In the valley the valley the valley I Shes Bleeping In the valley and the mocking bird Is staging where she lies lloncs + Listen to the mocking bird listen to the mocking bird J The mocking bird still singing oer her grave t tStiliAh well I yet remember remember remember frAh well I yet remember when we gathered In the cotton side side bytTwns in the mild September September September Twns In and wideXCborulli 4henon the bough 0 sIChorus dF Fff4fff fhtfIfFfFft fFttff ffflffM ffffFId fF4Afff Ff+ + i An Old Favorite I i LIGHT SHINING OUT OF DARKNESS By William Cowper i11OD moves In a mysterious way Ills wonders to perform lie plants Ills footsteps In the sea And rides upon the storm t Deep In tho unfathomable mines Of neverfalling skill f He treasures up Ills bright designs And works Ills sovereign will fearful saints fresh courage take clouds ye so much dread iYe big with mercy and shall break blessings on your head rtexexxxOSOJOJOJOJOJOIOJOIOJOJOIOIOSO I Get your BULBS 0 Loni hone 0 188 qNarcissusIo 01Cuto Richmond Greenhouses od od o +o+od o +od od o +o +o +o+o Fod o +o + HAVE YOUR MEASURETAKEN for your new Fall garments It is the only proper and sat isfactory way of buying your clothes being that GOOD CLOTHES ARE ALWAYS MADE TO ORDER Make your selection from the tailoring line o- fSTRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 Good tailors for over a quarter century Youll find a world of pleas ure in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Eros 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 in or dering because if garments are not satisfactory you neednt take them WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU OUR GREAr LINE OP SAMPLES CALL ON IIJ J Branaman I Judge not the Lord by feeble sense But trust Him for Ills grace IJthfnd a frowning providence lie hides a smiling face Ills purposes will ripen fast Unfolding every hour The bud may have a bitter taste Dut sweet will be the flower iAndt rxacw IAloolt iNE0f4RpS BLACKeDRAUGliTFOR MSTIP111ioN Constipation Is nothing more a of the stagnationIf constipatedsufferer couldrealize that he is allowing poisonous filth to remain in Ins system ho would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailment disappear constipated bowels are relieved Thed fords lackDraught thoroughly cleans out an and natural manner without tho purging of caIomclor other violent lie sure that you ROt the original Thedfords lit made by The Chattanooga MOOi cino Co Sold by druggists in 25 cent and flOO packages Merge irk Mar 85 IDOl the here sad hire sad It tot tht last tti Jan sever gore rblldm Mr other UuUTt Ulik I meld- severbe able to work rltkoit o MYOiMt of twin troubled with ronitlp Uon Tear mllclit Ie tilUutkeepameip G B XcFlBLiXD The CITIZEN an 8 page weekly Ia year I THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher nnnEA KENTUCKY BEFORE THE FIRE Hue in my tnty chair I pit An old old man before the fire Drat to all sounds of every day And dead to every past desire Perhaps the falling outward Tense Quickens the tplrlfs Inner car For Kitting here before the lire Toud scarce believe the sounds I hear All this long afternoon I heard The brook In the old orchard sIng Just as It urtd to on the farm When lint the srafi grew green la cprlnc Teu know that gurgling gladsome nole SThe voice of water wild with glee When It has burst Its Icy bond Ann finds ittelf alert and free The birds too In the bee htr e trove I hear them us In days of yore When I went forth at break of day Call through the cuarlie hush once more And that one bird that nested hIgh I thought ehe had a silver throat it trickle of clear melody It thrills me oft her lender note My mothers voice toooh co plain It calls across the fading light Come children time to leave your play Come In the house tie almost night r Sometimes when you have left the room And I alone am sitting here I speak the answer right out loud Yes yes Im coming mother deart Then theres one song comet back to me Your mother rang It my dear wife A slender girl dressed all In white First time taw her In my life Che wed to carol like a bird Tls an old fashioned song I know But day by day I hear her still J Singing John Anderson my Jo I sometimes think that when I go To join her In the angel throng Her voice above the heavnly hymn Will rUe once more In that loved tons Jin old old manand common speech nut seldom reaches my dulled ear Yet sitting here before the Ire Youd pcerce elleve the rounds I hear MKtlia Baker Dunn In Youths Com n talon A KNIGHT OF 1 THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Aulkr Mn tl Aral IbSea d a Ttry tiC II Coppiht toe by J Llppiacott Co All ricbti CIfAPTER AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE A gruff clamoring from without and a tremendous thumping on the aide of the building awakened Roi tter the following day The unusual sensation of finding himself in a clean and comfortable bed created for a brief space a great wonder in his mind and It was not until he espied Joe Becraft limn upon the edge of hie cot yawning and stretching himself that he became fully aware where he was lying The instant be scrambled out upon the floor he knew that the air had changed dur lag the night for a fresh breeze wept in an adjacent window Drops of rain glistened In the pale dawn on the grass where it was not libel tered by the trees but Rosslter dls cqrertd when he went towards the barn for a morning scrub that It was only tho edge of the shower that had touched the Merton farm The at Biosphere however had cleared and the dust was laid so that everyone was in excellent humor AB he came out from breakfast wlth the Becrafts two men were bearing the last double hopbox into the yard across the way where the picking was to begin Presently Jack Parmelee appeared and announced that everything was In readiness whereat there was a general move ment towards the yard The women and girls had provided themselves with great sualials and cotton gloves and Koseiter observed that some of the boys had also procured s protection for their heuds Docs one need gloves of any sort he Inquired of Joe Becraft I dont see that you have any Jim on I never use em was the reply If the vines bother you at first youll find your ukinll get toughened to em after n little Jack Parmelee had the apportion ment of the pickers and at Boa titers request he was placed at n box adjoining hU friends where he could talk across the rows to them He had for his companions a carpenter from Illicit who was out of a Job and his wife and son a boy of Jim Becrafts age He fell into pleas ant conversation with them and as hopMeldsnfcellsoryInoperations began an additional 15 pickers arrived from Hintonville and the scene became an animated one Cries of Hoppole rug up and down the field The polepullers with their hopdogs an instrument for pulling poles consisting ofY toothed clamp attached to a stout trap hung about the neck hastened hither and thither supplying the seedsof the pickers stripping and tacking the poles as fast as the bops were removed from the vines Acquaintance shouted greetings and foceip from and box to another Then as the sun gray high awnings were suspended those who ob letted to the heat Ttosziter thoroughly enjoyed It all The cdor of the bops wart delightful At JtJm and erelong he fouo6 ltp flu rrI w1 rs growing ntmW so that he was gratified to see from the pile In his box that he was holding his own fairly well with his fellowtollers fly and by shortly utter halfpast eight somo one shouted Hopsack My goodness exclaimed the car penters wife thats quick work They must have dumped Suppose we try It Den and see how much weve got To dump IJosslter discovered meant to empty the hops from one partially filled box Into another no that they should have less time to settle The carpenter at once proceeded to carry out his wifes sug gestion but when he had finished they still lacked two Inches of hay ing one level box Lets hustle said he perhnpt well get the second They made their lingers fly and soon he too was yelling Hopsack Jack Iarmelee speedily appeared with several bagof coarse stuff un der his arm Into one of which he emptied the hops from the now brimming box Then he handed out n strip of cardboard upon which was printed e IOEThis the carpenter with much evi dent satisfaction slipped into one of the pockets of his vest By 11 oclock Re siter also had the pleasure of pocketing one of those little tickets and he began wondering how many he should be able to accumu late during his tarry at the Merton The afternoon picking had been but a short time In progress when Rozslter noticed two form hands crossing the road carrying a hopbox arranged for two pickers This was placed a few rows in advance of his own Erelong he saw two girls emerge from the house and come towards the hopfield A glance told him that they were not ordinary frequenters of the hop harvest and then it flashed into his mind that they were the young ladies who had passed Joe Uecraft and himself the evening before As they advanced he had an excellent view of them for he was facing In the direction from which they were approaching The one whose beauty he and Be craft had remarked upon was tall and slight and carried herself with a singular grace and charm The great hat which shaded her features and was tied beneath her chin showed her countenance as though In a framethe delicately arched brow the appealing eyes the refined and sensitive mouth Her skin was unnaturally pale as though from Illness yet she betrayed no fur ther evidences of Illhealth laughing and chatting with the one who ac companied her in an animated way The other girl Rosslter judged that both might be 24 or 25was much shorter and plumper than her com panion There were roses in her checks and while with some she would hardly have passed as pretty there was about her a wholesome at tractiveness Kosslter was tempted to turn and watch them but restrained himself from doing so He chanced to look toward the Becraft box and caught Joes eye That young man gave n little emphatic nod of his head which told Its story of admiration- I shall have to threaten to report to his sweetheart thought Rosslter What can they be doing In the hopyard he mused His unspoken query was answered an Instant later by the carpenters wife who said to her husband Thats Mlza Merton the one with the red cheeks and the others a Miss Densmore a cousin of the Mor tons from llllca whos come out to pick for her health I heard Mrs Merton tell some one so last night During most of the afternoon the face of Miss Merlons cousin was be fore Rosziter although he did not actually see her again till towards the time for the picking to cease when she and Miss Merton passed on their way to the house It was her eyes especially that haunted him the searching tenderness In them That he should dwell upon her thus was quite as ridiculous he confessed to himself OB was Becrafta display of susceptibility Rosslter had long considered women at least those of the class with which he had once associated as having gone out of his life forever Indeed from the time a year and a half before he land cut loose from his kin and all social ties when on learning that his fortune had vniilzhed the girl to whom he had given his heart had thrown him over he had regarded the sex from an Isolated standpoint Time love of beauty In its ninny forms which hail been horn in hint and which no series of experiences could eradicate had often In his vagabondage riveted his attention upon a lovely womnn but he had always considered her from the artists position That after all this time a face should no take hold upon him struck him with a sense of the preposterous he who had sunk to the level of the veriest dregs of humanityn common tramp He was inclined to shout aloud with mirthTwo days before he would have sworn that such a thing was beyond the bounds of possibility but even in the life of a vagrant two days may work strange things The mo meat his feet touched the groundat Illica the change began and JJosslter regarding himself Impersonally be gan to vondcr If he were nutuully the same person who stowed him self In the freight car at Cherub not o great many hours previous Something that he could not analyze was crytnllltlnjf within him Another more familiar with the workings of the brain towards that which Is reo lute fixed and definite might huts recognized It old called It purpose As Mrs Becraft desired nn errand done In HlntoiHlIe after supper Joe got a tide into the village with one of the hired men who was going for the evening mall Rossitcr left to himself wandered down into the great orchard below the small close where the mens sleeping quarters were A wagon truck led through litand he followed this till he reached a nyndow thnt dipped gently to a dense strip of woodland Faraway In the west the streamers of tho sunset laced the sky Leaning1 against the fence rails he watched the splendor fade filled with n more uplifting sense of spirit than he hind felt In many a they With the shutting down of dusk he walked ImckTownrds the house As he drew abreast of the hop kiln he saw two men seated In the doorway whom he made to be Mr Merton and Tuck 1armelee Were done very well for the first day Iannelee was saying Only had one piece o bad luck Whats that 1 inquired Merton Why young Grldley who was pullln poles claims hes got to quit lIe aint very strong an says lie cant stand it Grldley that was the name Ros Rlter recalled by which he had heard the slender fellow addressed who pulled for his box and that of the Becrofts Whatll you do demanded Mr Merton Pole pullers are mighty scarce this year Well hire to try an break in one of the pickers I suppose One of the pickers the words rang in Rosstters ears Why not himself Certainly he was strong enough and he flattered himself clever enough He was very sure that WHATS YOtR NAME I 001SEEM TO RECALL YOU he could acquire the knack of pole pulling quicklyknack it was evident had much to do with It He had watched the young man whom Jack Parmelee had named n number of times that afternoon as he groaned over lftlng an obstinate pole and told himself that he did not belle he should make such a todoHe walked on several paces medl tating the while lole pulling was much harder work doubtless than picking hops but then the pay was more If be were going to turn his back upon his old ways he might as wellbfgln wholeheartedly He wheeled swiftly towards the two men seated In the door of the hop kiln They ceased speaking as he drew near and realixlng that his mood might change if he beat about the bush Ronlter went straight to the point- I overheard you lay he began as I was passing just now that you are going to be short of a polepuller Id like to have a chance at the job If youll let me Lets see answered Parmelee leaning forward to scan Rosslters face more closely whats your name I dont seem to recall RosslterOh Come with the Becraft boys didnt you Yes Ewer pull poles Xo I never have but I was watch ing the chap named Grldley of whom you were speaking he pulled for my box todayand I think I can do as well as hi- eParmelee looked Rossiter up and down Then he rose and felt of his armI guess youll do he remarked with one of his gruff chuckles Ill show you the trick in the inornln Thank you Held llosnitor turn Ing to you answered Parme lee Glad you spoke about It Helps me out considerable Rogsiter walked from the farmyard with a sense of Ration His blood seemed suddenly to pulse more swiftly and mounted to hU head like wine lIe paused an instant at the gate wondering If Joe Tlecraft had returned thinking to tell him of the step he had taken but Joe was not among those who were loitering there lie glanced up and down the road debating which way he should goulpInghim but he replied briefly and moved to the right in the direction oppo site from that which he and n croft hud taken the evening before Rum feller that said one of those at the gate Yes said another sort of a cross tween u tramp an a dude a remark which evoked n burst of merriment Rosklter felt that he was the sub ject of their mirth but this realiza tion did not lower the pitch of liiu mood He stalled put his shoulders bock aud swung away briskly Into the dusk Jl t WMw consdoua that Li was svlhildly pnttteg off Ms LStyer- cuce It did not occur to him to doubt his ability to succeed In the work which he had sleeted to under take on the morrow The waxing halfdisk of the new moon cast his shadow before him and In Cots and the chirr sung of tho crickets there was sufllcient companionship lIe was glad he lad not found Hotraft After he had proceeded tints alertly for half n mile the highway dipped sharply into ti wide and deep vale that was parked with the dense shad ows f night Beyond upon an op posite crest n group of fir treci thrust their dark pyramids Into tIt sky IlnsRlter had no mind to plunge Into this gloomy void ro IIR seated himself In a fence corner above the road his back against the rails anil lighted hula pipe HP was inurt free with his tobacco now that he actually had something like rtendy employ ment In the darkness not far distant a woodthrush was tending up its final evening flutenotes Reveller listened to the rapt soloist leaving no thought of the past nor of the fu ture conscious only of the present When the bird ceased singing there was still the orchestral music of the crickets for his delectation Tin moon was well risen In the heaven by the time hits pipe burned out yet he had no desire as yet to return tn the farm The vale below had grad ually emerged from Its obscurity and was brimmed with moonlight like on enormous bowl lie fancied he could make out the forms of grtzlnff eat tie and caught the silvery noun sheen upon the running water The halfdistinct pans rOWA held him unto his attention was taken ba round which he presently made out lo be the footfalls of a pedestrian plodding along the road from the direction ol the Merton The large slouching figure of i man at length came into view Dirrctlj opposite where Rofsltrr sat the way fairer paused A widebrimmed felt bat to hid lima face that all lIes Iter could distinguish was a stubby beard The whilom at once set the newcomer down as one of the Indi gent fraternity to which he hind so recently belonged and having no de tire for speech with him did nut move But the man in the highway halted as Roskiter hind been by the vast dip and weep of the land cast his eyes about as if fur a spot to rent before going farther On the reclin ing form upon the hank clearly revealed by the moonlight his glance naturally fell lIullo he said In gruff nurprlsn Hullo returned Rorniter relict antly Cumpln fer the night 1 No not exactly Room fer two partner I havent a mortgage on the placeThe man had moved several tfJI In Rosslters direction but the tone from the fencecorner had not bees especially cordial and he now stopped Oot any terbaccer nbout yerl hi inquired as a means of renewing the conversation None to spare Huh sold the man youre nut very damn friendly ITo Be Continued TWO POINTS OF VIEW Bat Wlure 4ke roog Girl WM Charitable the Elderly Lady Want Isnt it perfectly charming awI enthuilattle girl cried as she came and settled herself on the sofa that Amy and Mr Krothlngham are mar pled at last 7 They e been devoted to each other for over so longinf- act ever sluice Amy was a Uttle girl They seem made for each other and I think Its a perfectly ideal match I gave my opinion and the caller went away Not long after a middle aged lady entered and after s few Words upon unimportant matters began to speak of the latest wed dingsOh yes she said after the fact of the marriage had been brought before our attention oh yn at last and I nl11talnweary chase followed by the capture of the game then Amy Is entitled tn satisfaction and happiness She deliberately set herself to capture Mr Irothfnghnm and never nllowed any thing to swerve her from her course She was after him in season and out of season She never would allow any other girl to he with him If she could help It and she never would permit him to show attentions to nay other girl It was tho worst case of a girls deliberately running n young man down that ever came tinder my observationJudgellumm Study It was nn odd fad enjoyed bysi wealthy bachelor who died recently In Litrrpool Ills heir on opening hiM leak wax surprised to find in It n manuscript volume of SOOO pages which was entirely devoted to a Htudj of humpbaokH Further Investigation hhowcd that for several years this man Who bj the way wan himself stalwart tall anti athletic closely Kindled thus curious subject rind hud visited va claims countries for that purpose According to hula manuscript there arc more humpbacks in Spain than anywhere else the number in one small district at the foot of the 8ier ra Moreua amounting to one In every 13 Inhabitants There are also many In the Loire region In France From the statistics of nil the coup tries of the globe It appears that there Is one humpback In every 1001 persons which U equivalent to liar Ing there are 1000000 humpback U the ItleworlJ LStray Stvriu r A Sweet Tooth Ta responsible for innny aches and pains Hut whatever the CHUHO of do cay it should bo arrested nud the Teeth put iu good condition Wo clean fillor extract toeth with out pnin to the pMiont Our flue sets of teeth nt fro made on nlto or rubber art absolutely per feet11o guarantee them Teeth extracted 2i cents Time llflIt amalgam tilling 7G cents Special accommodations for patients from a diataucu who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Kytou h5t grew roctcnPatauauorref spetlal on brronamupealing wlta tea pobtlrtr of ttdroarrnFree arch aad repureos pateolsUittr SWI FT dl rtua Opp Pnla1 MGeeWstslnpten 0 R For n pleasant physic tnlto Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to kite Pleannnt iu effect EorealebyS E Welch Jr TELEPHONESCsmplsts lUrb pair cf IbenM art twit end 4kr with WI r tog i Iaulo that knyuo no was IL BNmurrroa prelouekoowirrwu 1511 Ii rvtuplrl Ihuni tn Iulf cud lurhiJtilap luanwhq ptarnUIaleaadr1tatalrg irupluATI TCII la 11 II1OI AX C TAIIL 7wIa- aayrntse ELLt7ICAL- 24O W Jeer Mr rnoKcKlX IOIIVIIIK Kv The Male that Iles without leaving a scar is DoWitts The name Witch Hazel it applied lo many Salves but DeWittn Witch Hazel Salvo is the only Witch hazel Salvo made that contains the pure unadulterated witch If any other Witch Hazel Salvo is offered to you it is a counterfeit EC DeWitt invented Witch hazel Salve and DoWitts Witch hew Salve Is the beat salve in tho world for cuts burns bruises tet ter or bliud bleeding itching nnd protruding piles Sold nt East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured market for homespun Rod homowoven goods such ns bed coverlids linen threat linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow fug prices Coverlids R4 to JO Linen 10 to f0 cents n yard Dress Linsey ro cent a yard Jeans GO cents n yard Rtankcts natural brown wool or bark dies 13 n pair White litisey and white blanket nro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards i2 inches wide and 2t yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover Mils or homespun to Derea Collrgt should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spill For information apply in person or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Deroa Ky Gained Forty Iminil In Thirty clam For several mouths our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion Ho tried several remedies but got no relief from them Wo pur chased some of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets Dud he com menced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds in flesh Ho is now fully recovered We have a goodtrade on the Tablets HOLLY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo ir sale by S E Welch Jr w i MONUMENTS Urns Hecdttonei Stituirj Granite end Marble Work of nil kinds donti in a wotktnaulikn iimnncr nt rwi Bonnble prices and with dispatch Allwork Iuar nuteod b- yGOLDEN xFLORA ItlCHMOND Ky lump of Main cud CullliuMrrtU L t11lnler n llr O liiluii Mrs riltucr of Cordova Iowa says Ono of my children WHS Biibj HL to croup of n severo type anti tho giv iug of Cbutuberlainri Cough Remedy promptly nhvHvs bought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think the same I do about this remedy nud wnut no other kind for their children For rule by S E WelchJr z DR M E JONESI e Dentisteye Office Over Irmtinj office l Office Dayi WwlnrMlay to rn1 ol the week- GARUET HOTEL Newly litli dup MCAK Honrtl and Lodging nt popular priced Second fot npiKMit Court Uoue Richmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop Mnttr Who would keep their children iu good healthshould watch for tho first symptoms of worms sod rrmovo them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It in thochildrenH Ixwt tonic It gcttt digestion ut work no that their food does them good anti they grow up healthy and strung 2fA at tho East- End Drug Co Without Harness The Oat bore in Ib world is of lit UK use With well nmde perfect fitting harness ou he IwonioA both useful sod ornnmentnl If style in drain our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will Oil the bill to n dot It in light imndftoiiw nod very durable If ntrcngth is till iintiu considers tion our S20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil rcqinroiiuiits Couldnt be stronger if it was all Iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky It Oora Illelit to the put When palo or irrilniou exists on any part of tho body the application of Mallards Snow Liniment will give prompt rellelII It goes right to the spot said an old man who was rub hiug it in to cure his rheumatism C U Smith proprietor Smith House Teuaho Texas writes II I have used Dullards Snow Liniment In my family for several years aud havo found ft to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 25o COo ind SI at the East End Drug Co j OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruit and Vrnala Specialty Sole ascot fOl aseer Crum Bread OPP0irK URtKTTIt MILL DRYING SWEET CORN Ilrxrliillini of n lion i Tlinl Aniurt- nIm Clrrutnllixi of Air In All rullicr Cuudltlaaa IIL have fur several yrarg hen rnlflnn a wffol coin under contract und the ac ouiimnyliiK IlluttraUon will convey i OHIO tetra nf my drying lioute lays an Ohio IurnuT rorrs ondent It alto try granary till tippr flour rontalnlni train hlllll on one tide The lowerloot- uud wall tide of the upper Iloor are ar rjiiijuil fur tl1Pet corn The noi t ersen A OIlS DIVlNU IKJl HK tlal part of dryinG awcit corn Is to halo a tree flmilBilon of air Tin rt fore r lIt door ihroiiRh nil shown These door tire on built slit and on tile hack They lire hung on hlngm Gild can lif cpouid and shut whpii ncrdrd Tho owlet Turn should be spread In lacrr- thrrfore we me radii made of IxS Itrb Hints plated II Inches to two Set n lart slue above the other If the rorn lparetn and milky vhn huIII11t hbuld l4i put on the nrks vrry thin tint more 1 than two or three art In depth and liirntd frMiuntly lint If 1111 more ma tnrfd and the kfrnrls arerlaixl It may Im put on thicker ran dry or unliri In this building HOME DAIRY NOTE- Saurrraln HiillrrMnUliiK lrirnit in- Iraullnr mill lrlrr HiiuiU- HMK uf Crruiu One of the most Important regntatir- of noted latter Is perfect cloanltnrNt net oat In the dairy but 1n the milk tag A earvksa milker will often set irnsli lulu Ibo milk that will rhaiiRo Javnr uf both milk and butter and all tnc extra cam that tan be Riven It In lilt dairy will nut out rout this un iloaMnl odor Then again there uro wtcds which the tows get hold of which will clvc a most unpleasant flavor to the milk and a changr of iaxttiru U often ntfPMary Those who have the cafe of the rows are Juil as often re btionslblo fur the Inferior butter as the dairy maid The oldfashioned spring JiouM la but rarely met with three days but list possessor of a Rood spring- house where there Is a constant stream uf clear told water running through tins bomethlnK to bl very thankful for- and All Ihe modern appliances for soak- Ing awcft butler can hardly equal this tome dairy writers say that the cream should be churned sweet I have tried this plan but And that the sweetest butter and the greatest amount can be tuado from the ripened cream but over rqa cream has a very unpleasant flavor Whu the cream Is churned sweet or- t when It lira Just begun to sour very email returns will be received and after the buttermilk baa been allowed to set uwblle a great deal of cream will be found iti top so have decldid this lea very wasteful method unless one hat cream separator I prefer the very wide Hat tin pans or tin buckets for rail III I the cream an It wcms lo rise better thou In the deep receptacles and then H ran be skimmed with to much more eaao Churning inquires time rtnuwtb Rill patience ho Impatient churuer usually allows hot water to do the work and tho rcsrnlt is whltr nnd Inferior butter Dnrlng warm weath er J allow my cream to rlprn In th cool Jitrenm In the spring hoti o nnd them hints It bnitiRht rep and clitiniPi lnyHnletoter JB yellow linn end as swttt ns It Iun Inn During the winter nwntha- baveeehsnfling I done throe limes a weep iMTtT ullowlnp rream lo Irncome over regallaityIff lItlcrInurn Jones hi Kpllomlnt tI Aicrlrnlliirnl Kmt1ttfr jl AmlculalralIInalnerrhll In no lonei a Sail but u jiiicpssliy As bl problems i sot faun Mtinro studied they are found to dJvItle Jirto two classca tJrow which pertain w the ram of the crops fixmi their planUrtR to maturity and those whirls haves lo do with thelayfrrgontitf the farm UM rrunBemcnlorbnlJdliiBs drains watt supply and disc wal of rWrtar Tl character of The Agriculture of rrrtiit years has made farm buildings almoft an complex In drlgts andHeroprovement In dtulun and for delrrmln- xtlonj of the best BJitcrlal to bo uald In IIitiiA solution of these problems requires technical knowledge of a high order The day of the agricultural engineer la ithand for hs will find endless jirob terns to occupy his time and talents Rural WorldIvfho wild vines of the Mlsiiislppl ilatc hue evolved In company with jofphylloxera sod it Is among these Tr t ftlb moat rMjelaut tom art found 11 T J BETTER THAN BARRELS umI llualiel Iliiipn fur Aplilen Are Inir Iuifiilnr In ill Inrlo if Site ullel Miilro Wtlll of the Kocky inountnlniuoxei cro used In which to pack applta audi never barrels and past of there they are becoming more popular every year There are several objictlons to the bar eel as a package for tits fruit turlun them bring that consumers In the city do not wAnt t o much fruit nt one time an It contains They rarely have spac In thug Btonroomt for a barrel an raw have cool enough places to keep apples long before they will rut Thtse facts often drier our best customers th city people from getting apples In silt nclent qimntlltcs to Induce thtm to lilt turns liberally Some of the exporters of apples to foreign rountrlta grratl prefer boxes for they cult tho trade there nnd pack closer In thn holds ol hips tints barrels where It is pace that Is charged for rather than weight However all who have tried boxes art not torrid ns to their use In prefcruici barrels although most of them areI110 Thtre are rilfftrcncis In the sizes urd shapes of the boxes In me but Mist holding uhoul a buthel which Is clone o 50 pounds of apples Is the one tenrrnlj used The dimensions of the Collfor lia apple boxy are 10 by 11 by 20 IncXes Inside mr urrments In Vashlnrlon n and Oregon the common rlu Is IHs bj by 1S 4 Inches In the clear wile a smaller one of 1014 by llVj by IS Indies tMIonthat we see that titers II io standard 1111 Ktnerally adoptrd ns yet The tilt suit of apples require lo be tlfrBIIthickness but Ihe newer style has pan eled rnds with oijequarterlreh Itu for the Inside panel This gilt s leu weight In cconomlril iif lumber and af fords a very rnnvenl nt hold for the hands The thickness of the side li variable butilght stuff out quatttr Inch or Irrs is better titan that which Is heavy for It rosin less and rprlrgi outward when the Los Is tightly pail ed thus causing lets bruising than rigid tides A halfInch narrow cleat If ihrE nailed over ihe ends eif the side lotrus whirls gives strength end protection handling and shipping The apple lox costs a little more pet content bushel titan flit barrel but II Is far more profitable to the rrower In the l1dIrofVan Demsn In Hurnl World- HORTICULTURAL FREAK 1leacrlpll5n nUll Ilcliire 5f n nlurill Omit itlirst crest In nil Ililii 1111 hit Mr Kd IlonaharRtr of Tuscara was county 0 writes that last spring when trimming his orchard he found natural graft or rung connecting wo limbs of oust of the apple trees lie says that It Is about IS feet up from the ground and a close examination failed to show from which branch the graf- originally came Both ends are nod there Is no flaw on either end Th rung Is 22 Inches long and three Inct 1IOYV TIIK GRAFT WAS POrtMED- es In diameter The large limbs are I Inches In diameter at the union lie nskn our opinion of Its being and growth The accompanying Illustra tion was made from a sketch furnished by Mr llonabarger These natural grafts ore to be seen occasionally but lute Is the first time wo have known of one on an apple tree alecase Rome man 1ncr tho small twig becomes attached to neighboring limit and the union be comes stronger uud more perfect each year A wound may have presented th opportunity for the fleet connection Tho chances are very small for such freaks however as Is shown by h fact that they an so rare Such a con nection may easily he made by grafting the end of a twig from one limb Into another limb just as a scion would ba Inserted Into the side of a largo limb Ohio Farmer lUin lHir uf Inllen RolIn orchards where there la much of early fruit there will usually be more o less that will rot on the ground orother- wise go to waste says a writer In tho American Cultivator This should not be If the apples cannot be put to a moro useful purpose titan give them to tho rigs They will relish a good feed at least once a day and they are usually fond of them Where tho pigs are kept In pens or yards some sort of green site culent food should be given them as It will flo them much good In this way the Inferior or wormy fruit can be disposed of to Ndvnntngc betides getting It out of the way The writer baa done much of kind of work and has been well connfldently enEach year makes me a greater nd mlrcr of the Columbian raspberry says the editor of the Rul a11ew Yorker The Anjou Is the greatest bearer of any pear on the farm rarely mining year suyi a Now York farmer THE SUNDAY SCHOOL loxiit III Iltr liilrrnntlnnnl Srrlr fur Dcluher5 Ittllt Dnvlil- llrlnux Ill Hi Ark TIIK LESSON TRXT ftamuel Cl12 I Again David Kutlitrid togrlhr nil the chorea mn of luruel thirty thoumnd 1 And UnvlJ nrcite und wmt with all the people that were with him from llaaf arkgof the Lord of hoM that dwvllclli littwctii the rhrrulilin And they art the ark of lad upon u bowsdvtan und Alilo the Ulna of Ablnadub druve the slew curt buustewhich YoU at urrom panyliiR the ark of Clod und Atilo aunt br turn the ark 5 And David and all thf hourr of 1rnei ofyharp and on panltegts stud on tltnbrrl and bii rornetc and on cymbal And wUn they curve lo XnchcirTs IhrriMiiRlloor 1izah put forth tile hand lo the sink of Sod anti took hold of It fur the oxen shook It And the anger of the Lord wai kindled nKMliM fxxnh mid God mete Mm these for his error and shirt he died by the ark of OeJ- t And David wan dliplfuttd because the Lord had Wade u breach upon Iziah listYouch to day 9 And Uuvld you afraid of the Lord that lay and salt Mow shall the ark of the Lord came to met Ho David would not remove the ark of lh lord unto him the city of Uuvld but David carried It mid lute the house of OhdllulII the Olttlle And the ark of the Lord continued in threeanon he und the toed blared Obdtdum mid all his houMhol- uli And It wets told king Und saying The Lard hath blessed the house of Obcd dom and all that periulnMli unto him because of the ark of God So David went and trruxht up the ark of Clod from the houee of Ob drdom Into the cull of David rrlth gtadnta O111lat Il Ttllrarsl are tliry Shyhuurlants4SIfi David and the IhlllMlnei 25i Ill 17iS Hut Attempt to Secure Ark JfcamloSecond Attempt MuceudlZ Sam Clll1ulm of ThankiKlvlng fhron IClW- TI1IK8U or teen years after Davd became king over all grail variously com ulld at IMJ II C and Il U ILACKTIe ark had beta fcr several jtun at KlrjHihjtarltn about sollta from JtrufRlem David wlihtd to soak Jnusulun the rellKlouo at well as the po lltlfui Ula of Ialtitlne- NOTKd Aill COMMENTS The death of Saul nnd the assumption ol the crown by David appeared to the Iblllsilnrs a good lime to renew their ancient warfare against Israel So tiny made an Incursion lutes the valley of lUphalm entirely overrunnlnK It In the manner conducting this war we can note one great difference In the characters of the new king and of the old one Saul DavliI Inquired of tbe Lord wheth er or not he should RO up against the Ihlllftlne Saul too on hit campaigns hind done fa but the story shows hits quiry to have been purely formal historyswas Li not saying he was all that we might think he ought to have been but hula eyes and Iteart were certainly turned Uodward Sin IB never to be excused the iseto ie man does not rare whether he does right or wrong PO lout as he accompllshr his ends That David was sincere we ran have little doubt and that be could In spire the religious emotions of both his followers and of some of his opponents Is shown whets the battle Is over as he declares The Lord hath broken forth upon wine enemies before me as the breach of waters He thereupon called the place of victory Baa parazlm which means a breach of waters After one more great battle there came peace In this time of peace David began a revival of religion The ark vns the sign of the Divine presence In Israel David had already made Jerusalem Isle political capital now he was to tanks It the religious capital of the nation also To this end he sought to bring the ark to Jerusalem When part way alone on Its journey tzzali one of the attendants put his hand on the ark to steady It and Immediately he was stricken dead It is believed by lightning The method of conveying the ark was In direct viola lion of statute No 4lfi 79 In tills fatality David saw the hand of God and he stopped the ark where It was To the house of Obededom where It restrd for about three months the ark brought blessing In just what manner we do not know hut exceptional enough In char aster to be reported to the king Then In ncordance with statute the ark was toJeruaalemeIpon Its arrival David Instituted a great festival sacrifice gee Chron 1C1C writelag of one of Davids psalms I Chron 1C73C Throughout three ceremonies treat enthusiasm was evinced by the people Religious enthusiasm says Ieloubet Is a great power for good Ills never to be repressed but only guided There are more elements In religion that stir and stimulate the soul that awaken deep and otherrcause 1Ve need more triumphal proces dons such accompanied Jesus over Olivet to Jerusalem He declared when the Pharisees complained of the call d runs hosaunaa that the very stones would cry out If these held their peace Compare Mark Antonys tongue that could move the stohes of Home to rise and mutiny Shut analShe1L Living le giving Greed makes need Darkness Is death Submission Is the secret ofsplrltual strengthSpiritual rlslons are not given to sloth tell dreamers Dejection leaves the soul subject to the worlds Infection Better the water without the well than the well s tout the water It la always easier to feel that you love your neighbor acrossthe ocean than to stiriv that you love tlip one across tie street f ILLOMH FOR SERVIAN KING Tali Earn CtirrNtin Ortk Almoit annclltlyd liy Blur Broken When He Illnl Among the stipcrMltlona of the ex tinct Obrpnovltrh family of Rorvja Ihis one Is related Outside the church of Tnkowa Htciod n masnlflccni oak under which on Palm Sunday In 1S13 Mlloscli Olironovltch unfurled the Servian Hag to mimmnn the nioniKaa or warriors of the iiplKliOnrlnr valleys with whom ho fought against the Turks Tradition rays that an old beggar wynnn with snowwhite hair sal on the stone steps of tho church and wished Mllosch lirk adding that the fondly would be prosperous as long an It could dine near that oak After the battle of Sllvlnca the oak which hail peen named the Tree of Freedom was struck by Hchtlnlns nnl threatened to decoy KlnR Milan watched It with nlnrm anti at last de cided to have It cut down Hut he lied two crowns and a small able carved from Ihe wood wlitp It was sound He always carried this table with him anal when lie was alone loved lo dine from When he lay dead In Vienna It stood In his bedroom Ills vilot lit a pil grim candle to place licslde his hell But the kings adjutant told him lo get the Takowi oak table and put the candle on that In doing so the valet FtumMed against nn Iron tale and brolo tie table No one In all Kink Milan household had the heart to move a hand against fate and have It repaired so they burner the pieces PLAN FOR DUSTLE3S ROADS Inilinrlnnl trrlnirnlii llrlnc Con dueled In Ilielnnil lo tin Attny Illi Ihr VuUnncr Important experiments are helm made by the West Sussex county coon II of England with a view to construct Ing a road which shall be dustless have a smooth surface ard resist percolation of water The piece selected for the experiment Is near Horsbam The stones used were Ch rbourfc quamlle and In order that they should be thoroughly tilled they were placed upon Iron plates over n Hue In the councils shed at Horshom After the stones had been well heated they were spread out and allowed to become somewhat coolThen they were deposited from five Inches to six Inches thick on a wooden platform and covered with tarthe gal lone with a little pitch bring sufficient for a ion of stone The stones were turned over and over ro that each hau coat of shining black and afterward placed In a heap to mature At the present time the stones are being carted to Monksgato on the Brighton road and spread to an average depth of about five Inches They are consolidated by a tenton steam roller nnd clean sand Is sprinkled over thc ur race Just for a covering About 100 tons of quartzite has been treated and will be sufficient to lay down upon a length of from 125 to 150 yards of road Four hundred gallons of distilled tar with which was mixed a little pitch have been used Munr Wllllnst lo ilelp Him A 1I0 lon laborer has fallen heir to 12000000 Before envying him re marks the Chicago Record Ilerald think of the trouble he will have In getting away from the people who want to show him how to Invest It lira ntlli n heron A farmer on Long Island has a hen with n record of 265 eggs Of course he calls her Macduff to encourage her to lay on says the NOW York Pren This remarkable fowl Is val nod at 300 MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 24 CATTLE Common J 2GO fp 350 Heavy steers 4 Gf 5 00 CALVES Extra 75 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 35 50 Mixed packers 10 ti 30 SHEEP Extra 31 iP 3 40 LAMBS Extra 00 Q 5 50 FlOtW Spring pat 4 50 fi 4 90 WII wintertj Si- No 3 iCOHN No 2 mixed 49 OATS No 2 mixed 38r IlYE No 2 C2 HAY New timothy 8 14 00 PORK Clear family I114 G5 LAUD Steam 8 75 BUTTEHCh dairy Q 12ij Choice creamery 6i 23i APPLES Fancy 2 25 t 2 IOTATOISPcr bbl 2 00 2 25 TOBACCO Ncty 9 Old 5 13 00 Chicago KLOUK Winter pat 3 90 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 741P 781 No 3 spring G 7t- COHNNo2 mixed iv 53Vi OATS No 2 mixed i 3- 9RYliNo 2 531j W D- OPOHK Mess 12 25 12 75 LARD Steam 10 00 jlO 05 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red r7 SO4a CORN No 2 mixed 53 OATS No 2 mixed tj 41 j RYE Western Clj PORK Family J18 00 LARD Steam Gf 8 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 77j 77i CORNNo mixed l OATSNo2 mixed 4- 0CATTLESteeru 5 00 ftp 5 25 HOGS Western 4f 7 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 rod 3 8- 3CORNNo2 mixed J 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 38 PORK Mess 14 00 LARD Steam 0 9 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red inf 814 CORNNo 2 mixed 49 OATSNo 2 mixed 3 37 NECESSARY EXPEITO1TURES FOR ONE TERM la Weeks BUHOOi UXIENSrSduo Cntdv cfrrmC- ollcge Mod11LalA tma Incidental pee I U aw 45 a 50 Hotptttd Feo 25 z 25 II Oku poi cr citlinntcil 45 225 let 3S TotallcboolISpecial Hxrcmes below- I4VIHOEXPEnSRSB ud due in advance by month Poem rent ty term Mari room fuel and lights J2t ftr Till and- epringtf155a wort fur vrlnttr term lUG week hotel In Ihe vlllge allowed la approved plaocn varies In price tcconlnj ID sxtvicmo dlon lurnlhl Adding three Ihler expeaes to tttoOl n j na f ne and To be paid the flnt CjlntlaiUnslbetl depollt In Collegiate Inirloifnt 3VOI9 Afarttmr and lAlni Normal 1310 Applied Srienrr Normal ind irnmmariT2i N del cLoUfi JIS2 In winter SIH more breath Xntu4entan tat received who rant to make thl ndimnce try mint ToUl Ordinary Expenses for 11 Rcetcteneen to Le In Collrglate Department IX Armdonj and Latin Norinsl 29 Aprllfil SoliEtt Ktmnal ami AGiannnariJ7 Model Schools MV In winter line dollar ore for each 8tuileiit parlnc tlllnd room rent In hill for a term tt the iHglijiiiiij rccvlTe a tlincunnt of nay cane StndenN duly excused before the end oln term receive back an Uitalie portion ol the money they have iwlranied SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano toed or Special Theory fil Ic oa boor clau of three HOC Organ Violin etc 1 Ivoiont rlfthere 600 Slcnorri liy orTyijwrltllif per term 000- CIeatrorzln Harmony tUtcof Plano or Typewriter II Vr a day J50 Besot orpnn II hr a day x 00 tent of Made Library per twin i0 Chemical Laboratory according In nmteilal and ureakace hotel SC- Orhyflcal cud Mlcrotroplral IcbomatreIta term 100per Macrlali In drawing jr term ro examination except on app Mnleil days 23 Graduation Fee wthdejrtu with dlploua SW KENTUCKY BUILDING sIISOk ITRDAnrona tending a nketrh and lion tIIa quietly akertahl our opinion frau wlieiher tnventlor probablr pulwilable OMrimunlka tlonxtrldlrmnadonllal Handbook no Patents ptentatatentaanal noikiv without charge lu Ih- eScicndfic fltttericatt handsomely Illntlrtted veellr Ita it elf enlatlnnofanysenttao ViurnaL Terms W a tiuiri fonrmoiilbiil luid bf al newtdnalara AIUNN CO3616t01 New York araDOlaoma IlL W at toa8kU LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In ERect May 24 I90J ll7LeaveArrive Richmond 3 f2 a in Arrive 1arifl 05 a rUe Arrive Cincinnati 7Mn tn DullyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris H 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati ft 00 p m llyLeaveArrive Livmgatoe205 p u llrIArrive Livingston12 80 m Trains No1Bnd No f makcon nection at Livingston for Jollico and toe South with No 21 nod No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREEWORLDS TAIB School children and pablio Invited to vote to popularIncents each tea cast at one tune All money over and abort trip expense of ers to go into of Kentucky Iiulhliag at the foiitloii voter hetgIven Ibe satisfaction knowing o worthy cause Important object have aided at the aime time a teacher hu receive recognition Coutrit coq dusted under acspIces or nmtlteeAMOclationlhe orcanliatlon fotcKd to raise liotatt for a Kentucky llniUloff and full productsFair the having failed to mean appropila lion n y educator In the Stalewbeiherteacherlapubtic member of faculty of aademyea t eornnletrslty medical dental alemlenoftheUdaationsiorratbolle cboollaeligible 10 elect ablbit Committee atone excepted lames of all school children to be enrolled In Ihe Kentucky Building at tbe Expo slllon Kentucky will bave as loaat exhibit occupying SW square feet of lath Palace Kducaflon The Eipocfexm U tobetbe greatest nutlonslctent in the wor1da huts Tory The no teachers chonen will ke I cky larteed la tendered this trip to the Fair county elects Ha own most poj ulaTdnrator Theoountyouttldeof JefTersou catting the largest number of vutcs wUl be allowed to nd lws teachers the most popular stud the second moat popular m Tons WILL BX rst cam UCQ111 coxsmimsa x BALLOT At ten cents each every t choot cMM la Ute State will be able to rart at least one vote forllaor her favorite teacher But tbe votiac wDl DOt be confined to school thllollllIIPARENTS OF PCPIW dtUf IN SIR nuor g HIT TOTE purpose stIonbelnrtoelecttbeioostpoTalaT adoattttactoetIDaceouulr II 10 by the pubUo as as by the aclMnl t9illarea IlAllotl contain ten spaces clubs or tea may be arraaed end eiKb da ten nMibe credited with ilia or her vote If oneperabnde sires to ctittenTctcail msybeioebywdUagblsorberoameononeof the spaces and remits tins one dollar ItUa 4reqnlnr4tbattk jaJM l Ue person Totlnjc be hrenstall All ofthatraces forvotensanuemaybeldt bI V Tke Association wants however to enroll Kentucky at StIioula cxt rtkesMaoe of every child who ca tone or more vote Isv ibe contest Pupils are aakolUincforc tMl tkelr names plainly to the ballots ALl EXPENSES 07 THCTUCBEM WULUPlusbytheAssociation This wilt Includ railroad transportation at one ol treat hotels lathe city for six days end dmluIOlllotkapeeiUD grounds for six days THBEC PIETIES WILL n lei CTVMK TIX HOST POPITTtR TriCHEBS to mate the trip moreprofltable and snort Back of these parties will consist of forty teachers This would make a olrotrasWnitatM there are only counties in Keuluckythe Aatocla gofromdyeorsixlimesJumanybe an fictot Tb1illInlly to be voted for during UieTeittoaperto- aASISmnrnOF DI tom AY nCU1 JoT on TtXE There 11110 limit Time moteidol lira sent lu for any one teacher Ihe snareTotea tie or ahe will ba ciedlteil with om DOLLAR CAT T2 CASTS TWENTY VOTES TURIIIt DOLLARS lASTSTmnTV ontJPonRnoLLAn CASTS FOHTY VOTES t IlVIUXIILARH CASTSliPTY VOTES TEf VOTES ONI UUNURUD UOfc CASTS ONE THOUSAND OTgSi tusedindefra7lrgexpensesoflielion cfa Kentucky oter o this contest may lace the addi tional satisfaction efknowingttatbekaeidtdaworthy cause Till SIASDISO OF THE COSTBIAHTS WILL BE rnisico TLt in each CODllt to how bls or herfrienda how tbe race latxfaif mn Begin votlnq owforyourfatomiteschool teacher The votes will be counted under the the Kducatioutl Exhibit Committee of Ihe Association The personnel cI tbbcommltteeliasfollans Prof H G Drownell I uU rule CluirmantProf tI V MC hNDr7 P llalleck Louisville Prof W II LoullllIIe lrof J tndlnonLexington Dr Chase Palmer Danv111e Pru Ident Vlillara Blnwlddle Jackson Ur7 O Frost nerea Dr U B Iluntoon Louisville Dr Y Uulltns Louisville Dr Arthur TtfCT Ceorsetowa AshlandlrofMctfeu lon Suprnnlelldellt 1 fortl Prof C JLntbbe Rhoads Owenaboro T s lkvne IlNf C Bowling Green l1r1If Enos Louisville Slits Pattie SjTli Irs EmUy R JlrackmIontaIIC and Mss 5LU Tucker Louisville Ucmbcu or the EdaaUoual Committee are not eligible to electIon la Ibis contest HEIIEHDER ETEBT COUNT EUCTS ITS OrTt FATOniTE TEACHES Competition betwecm counties only applies to tbe race of Jefferson casting the largest total number of votes being grinedthedlatiacllorrofsending two teacheta The result trill be stale lo t his a congratu latory mrstace will otothetaeberelededineach county Later the delsilsof the trip will be arrange each tuchrr chosen briDe ghee the prhltrre IIdectlll the monthJune July or August rsIn which be orabewants IOmab Ill rip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FlU UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 73Aeveolasthe most popular teacher in r county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED so 10- cmoo tOe to on tor too tee 1000 Voters are net Ii tdrlrbet tire Aasodatloo wants all school children votlaa to do so lilt will carol t t Building- sVoters haw tile of eeeig b t direct to the Secrtaryof tbe AsaocUUoB or to tbe hOlD which clipped Additional bellow M oMled silts copies of this paper Jtemlttanct may be iaath er empress os ostal money or U nJf oCJ1tIII Secretary Louisville Kf Subscribe for The Citizen r IRfj THE CITIZEN i+H+H+HHHHI H+H+H+H+H+ HIIIHHIH Berea and Vicinity j 3 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES tI IIIIHIIIIIIIHIII1 HHIIIHIItt +IHHIIIHj A little laughter of J G Chastoei died Tuesday night Mrs Anna Blazer has purchased the C D Davis cottage on Center St Mrs Harvey Kindred died Tuesday night at the old home place on Scaffold Cano after an illness of several weeksWill Clift of Novelty Ohio arrived this week for a visit with friends and relatives here WC Kelly has been appointed pastor of the M E church at Free mont Nebraska Louis Lester spent Sunday in Cor bin It is rumored that a young lady there is the attraction Mrs Touvelle of Celina Ohio is J visiting her daughter Mrs 0 L Hanson this week Miss Addie Fish left this week for an extended visit at the homo of Mr and Mrs Correll at Pleasant Plains Ill She will take in the Illinois State Fair on the way Mrs J Burdelte and daughter Nell Charles Burdetto and Mrs Burdettes niece Miss Rosa Parks were Rich mond visitors Saturday shop on the corner of Main Centre streets is being fitted up 1amIwill bo occupied by HM Racer his barber shop Sam McClure L and N Sec tion Foreman at this place has been transferred t the Gap section and has moved his family to Snider ProC and Mrs J W Carnahan of Toledo Ohio are here on a visit tot his parents Mr and Mrs R Carua hall SrManchester Mountain Sen tinel Mr Will Hanson of Winchester was in Berea last Thursday The smile he wore can only be accounted a for by the fact that he is the father I a tenpound girl The Womans Industrial will begin on Friday Oct 16 at one oclock Let all who wish to belong come the opening day Mrs Mary H Dodge Assistant Secretary The Board of Election Commission ers for this county has appointed the following election officers for Berea precinct JudgesE T Fish and John Gay SheriffC C Rhodus ClerkT J Osborne The largest watermelon raised in this vicinity this season which has come to our notice is one weighing 18 pounds raised by E B Wallace in his garden The same vine bore six l other melons above average size Monroe Ballards house north of the depot caught fire Tuesday morning from a stove in the rear room and was burned to the ground There was no insurance and only a small portinn of the contents was saved Au attempt to get an indictment against Dr Cornelius before the grand jury the past week for practicing dentistry here proved unsuccessful By the evidence his work was shown to be satisfactory and the case was dismissedOne our best public school teach ers Miss Ellen Click has found it i necessary to give up her schoolat Paw Paw on account of ill healtb She will go to her home at Mulberry Gap Tenn thence to Alabama for health Manchester Mountain Sen tinelGeo E Clouse of Flatwoods Garrard County after having been a user of tobacco for 37 years quit last March and with the money saved has purchased a nice Bible His action ia certainly to be commended and users of tobacco would do well to examploIcolored belonging new rails on the t L and N here was violently thrown from a hand car Monday and sustained serious injuries His collar bone was broken and he was severely cut about the head He was taken to his homo in Paris Ky The Glade Democratic Club held a meeting Saturday afternoon in Hanson Hall at which about fifty members wore present Speeches were made by Mr R W Miller candidate for State Representative for Madison County and R H Crooke candidate for County Attorney J M Early was reelected Chairman of the club and E D Mitchell for Secretary The next meeting will be held Satur day night at Silver Creek at 7 oclock Mrs S L Hoag delightfully entertained a number of guests at 630 oclock dinner on Saturday evening at Ladies Hall in honor of Rev and Mrs A E Thompson The dinner consisted of three courses and was served in the private dining room The other guests were Pros and Mrs Frost Prof and Mrs Graves Prof and Mrs Weaver Prof and Mrs Dodge Prof and Mrs Marsh Mr and Mrs Odborno Mr and Mrs Gamble Mrs Yocum Miss Robinson and Miss Douglas The Republicans of Berea held an enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night in Hanson Halland organized a Belknap Club of about sixty mom hers Wright Kelly was elected President and R H Royston Secretary The principal speeches wore made by Wright Kelly Pros Frost and Prof Dodge lIHHIllIIlIlHHIIHHH College Items HERE AND THERE 111 I II I I Mr L B Pickesimer expects to be in school for the winter term Miss Rose McFerron is teaching at Withers Ky and expects to bo with us this winter Ida E Simpson is spending the fall in Cincinnati and expects to be back in school in the winter Wordcomes to us that Clayton Townsend made the beet certificate in Lee county this year Miss Brooks has returned from Clifton Springs NYand again taken up her duties as Presidents Secretary Willie Adams writes from Argilite Ky sending greeting to Berea friends He hopes to be with them soonPerry F Shrock class of 02 has entered Union Theological Seminary in New York City His address is 700 Park Avenue Rev C M Baker class of 91 has been appointed to the charge at Hoyt yule Ohio His former pastorate was at Liberty Center Word comes from Vesta Spencer that it will be impossible for her to bo here this yerr She willattend her home school at Windsor Conn Leslie Hogg is teaching at Guard Harlan county and will return to school here in the winter term He expects to bring several nsw students with him S A Askew graduate of the Normal Department class of 02 ia doing well in the Pullman service and ex pects to return to the Medical school at Knoxville Tenn this winter Prof J W Diusmoro left last Thursday to enter Columbia College for the fall term He was accompanied by Mrs Dinsmore and together they will visit Niagara Folia and also relatives in Alexander N Y enroute The football team is getting in Taithul work in preparation for the coming games The early games scheduled are State College at Lexington Oct 10 Kentucky Wesleyan at Winchester Oct 17 Georgetown- at Berea Oct 24 W D Smith has completed the four years course of reading and study and was ordained to the Methodist ministry at Covington last week He will take some weeks vacation with his brothers at Noland Ky and return to Berea for further study in late fall Bro Smith has our con gratulations and best wishes The course of study for a Methodist min Ister is a strong one embracing 29 different books It will interest our readers to see the course for the first year which is as follows OuMlneaof Bible Hlntorr Hunt 2 Theological Compcnd Illnner 3 ChrlntUn tUptlimMerrliL 4 1ijrchology Ttdd 5 One Thousand Question and Aninrcri on Method i m Whttltr 6 Committee 7 HlnUtoSelMCilurated Mlnlttem Porter WculeyTelfordV The Revival end the fritor lcck The following are the officers of the various literary societies for the fall term Pun DELTA Pros H M Racer Vice Pres Geo R Roberts Cor 3ecy Frank Livengood Roc Secr 3 M Cauield Treas S C McComis Ser atArms 0 L Phelps ALPHA ZETA Pros E C Sale Vice Pres Tom Leahy Cor Sooy G W Pow Rec Seay R E Hatch Treas Wm Tosh SeratArms Clark Hinman BETA KAPPA Pres Norman Frost SecyChesterHudson SeratArms W H Morse UTILE DuLCEPres Carlotta Os borne Vieo Pros Martha Coles worthy Secy Elizabeth Lewis Troas Jessie Cowgill Marshal Mar garot Liveugood OUR COUNTY NEWS Quarterly Court is in session this week at our county seat with Judge N B Turpin as presiding officer Judge Cochran has appointed Mr E Tutt Buriiam of Richmond as Referee in Bankruptcy left vacant by the resignation of Mr R W Miller White Hall tho homo of General Cassius M Clay including SSO acres of fertile blue grass land adjoining will be sold at public auction Thurs day Oct 22 at 10 oclock AM Bills for carrying mail on tho six teen star routes in this county are now being advertised for and must be in before December 1st Blanks and printed rules can bo had from post mastersEightyfour indictments were re turned by the grand jury during its recent session at Richmond The case against John Masters for killing Steve Whittaker near Buckeye was continued Masters gave bond for 3000 Tho now furniture and undertaking firm of Crutcher and Evans is now fairly launched in business at JopliuV oldstand on Main street in Richmond Their ad appears on our first page Mr Jiplin goes soon to take the po litiou of traffic manager for a large wholesale firm at Bloomington HI The Republicans of this county will meet in mass convention at the Court House in Richmond Saturday- at 2 oclock P for the purposo of sleeting delegates to the twentyninth Senatorial District convention to be held at Irvine Estill county on next iVeduesday 017 Eightren Mexican war veterans at tended their annual State Reunion heM at Richmond last Thursday Senator JamettI3 McCreary and Col John C Craddock delivered addresses Dinner was served at Hotel Olyn Ion while tho citizens entertained the aged warriors in their homes for supper OWSLEY COUNTY President Frost In Owslay County President Frost has found time to fulfill hs longstanding desire of gain visiting some of his friends in OlIley county Ho preaches at the New Hope schoolhouse on Thursday night Oct 8th attends the school picnic at South Boouevillo schoolhouse on Friday and speaks at the Elk Lick schoolhouso Friday night On Saturday the 10th at 2 p in he will speak at the Court House in toonevillo oh Sunday the llth hr will preach at 10 a m at tho Beth sny schoolhouse at 2 p m at thr mouth of Cow Crook and at night in tooueville On Monday the 12th he will speak at the White Oak choolhouBo at the Island Creek choolhouso at 11 a m at the Oak Grove schoolhouse at 4 p m and will preach in the same place at night JACKSON COUNTY President Frost In Jackson County After many years President Frost is glad to find a chance to see a Chis friends in Jackson county Ho will speak on Wednesday Oct 7 at the Wm Morris schoolhouse at 3 p- mand preach that night at McKeo On Thursday thb 8th he will speak at the Smith schoolhouse east of McKee- at 8 a m at the Huff schoolhouse at 11 oclock and at the Martin Flan ory schoolhouse at 2 p m TAKE NOTICE President Frost will preach at 1thiatQuartet There is stillroom for a large number of energetic young men and woo men in school at Bores this fall The instruction in shop work farming dress making and other practical subjects as well us the ordinary branches and music is very attractive and something to be had nowhere else Write to Mr Will C Gamble Sec or start at once highestCASURichmond Ky Online or Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a plentiCullylong as exposed to air but beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty- nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison bedestroyedby applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like in- Juries to h al without maturation and In one third the time minimi by tho- usual treatment It is for Palo hy S Eo Welch Jr THE STATE MILITIA On Thursday They Will IJcgii to Arrive For the Au tumn Maneuvers THEY WILL ACT WITH REGULARS Tuesday All the Soldiers Sent Out Were Used In KstublUhlnj a llluc Army Outpost The Troops Potted Are In An Advan taocous Position In Hilly Country Offering Good Covering and Difficult to Flank Camp Young West Point Ky Sep- t30Tbo preparation of an outpost a proceeding not Involving any contact between opposing fotcoa composed the second days work done by the regu tar troops now in camp pending the arrival of tho stale guards for the combined maneuvers Viewed from tho standpoint of the spectator Tues days maneuver seemed tame but lt was nevertheless hlKhly Important ai It formed the connecting link between the clash of tho llluo and Drown ad vance guards Monday and the attack and defense of the outpost which comes Wednesday The three movements form collec tively the whole problem given the reulars for their unaided solution On Thursday the state troops will begin to arrive and thereafter the regulars will be merged with them In tho corn blned muneuvera Monday tho advance guard of the Ulue army attempted to clear the way for Its main body by breaking up the rear guard of the retreating thrown army PO as to force the Drowns Into n general engagement The Blues apparently met with Indifferent success the Drown rear guard seeming to gain a full days march for Its main body by holding the mile advance guard In check Tuesday all the soldiers sent out were used la establishing a llluc outpost the Drown army being repre sentrd only In Imagination and not near enough to Impede the proceed Ins Tho points noted by the umpires were the tlmo required to establish an outpost about flvo miles 10nKthf Judgment used by the commander In selecting a position lioth as regarding the nature of tho ground Itself and the distance from the main bodies or- an Imaginary Hlio wd a mythical Brown army and finally tho formation chosen Good time was made and the troops posted in an advantageous po Billon In hilly couthy offering good cover and difficult o thank while at the samo time commanding two roads and a stretch of open valley The Judgment of the urrplres will not bo announced until Thursday when the points scored during the three move ments ending Wednesday night will be considered In reUtlon to each oth er and a victory announced for tho Blues or Drowns on the work of the three days as a whole- PERSISTENT SUICIDE Jumped Out of a Window and Threw Herself In Front of a Train Kansas City Mo Sept 30WlIIlo suffering from temporary Insanity MIss Adelaide Prlbbcnow a music teacher whoso parents live in Omaha Tuesday night throw herself out of thlyd story window of a fashionable hotel ran ten blocks to the railroad yards In the north end of tho city throw herself In front of a passing train and was ground to pieces her raIl from the window was checked by thq roof of an adjoining building from Which she fell to the ground below which was soft owing to Tuesdays rain Her friends In tho hotel rushed out expecting to find her body on the ground Instead there was no trace- of her nor did they get a glimpse of her until her mangled body was fouiu to the railroad track Miss Prlbbonow was woll known among musicians here FISHERMANS CATCH Horrified to Find the Body of a Man on His Hook Jamestown N Y Sept 30F W HInkle of Cincinnati whllo fishing In Chautauqua lake Tuesday felt a tug on his line and upon pulling the hook to the surfaco was horrified to find tho body of a man The body was hater Identified as Aaron Spencer 60 a resident of Doomertown The discovery of the body points to another probable tragedy as Spencer left Lakewoqd Sunday In company with Fred Metcalfo of Booracrtown Iotcalfe has not since been scon Federal Prisoners Released Houston Tex Sept 30Fedoral Judge Durns made an order releasing all federal prisoners held In the county jail at Laredo the yellow fever be Ing the reason The most of the prls mere were hold on charges of smug gUng Col Wm O Sanger Successor Washington Sept 30Assistant Secretary of War Oliver has been appointed on the board for the promo thou of rifle practice In the United States in place of Col William Carey Sanger who resigned To Participate In the Army Maneuvers Austin Tex Sept SOThe adju tant general has applications for 13 full companies to participate in the army maneuvers at Fort Riley Kan whUh assures that Texas will be rep resented there o +o o Ioi o 010 001 010 +o 0 01001001 o010 010 010 0 o 010 +0010 001010 + 0 IIo I+ i EVERYBODY ii WEARS i- Q + 1 SHOESo + + 0 o BO why not woar Rood shoes whou wo sell you i 0 yc GOOD UPTODATE SHOES 3 0r + o 0 3just as cheap as other people sell you inferior ones 1 Wo are leaders for Htylowoar and comfort and you cant miss + from us + 0Anything mid everything you want in RIUIIH furtiishiiiRs and 0 1can please you in style and price 1 Call in and look ovorour various linen no you can bo convince 0foursfor business + I Crutcher Tribble I 0 0 1 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY o IoDR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO II niMuo of LliJJer and urinary organs Also heart disease gravel dropsy femal Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If iircnuarr write Dr IVnurr Ho has spent a lifetime curing just curls Cwa M yours All am FREE I had suffered for a long lime and three weeks wu down ia bed usable to move with out great pain txcauM pains In my back which Mrrral doctors pronounced lumbago Thy failed to give mo any relief whatever A sample bottlo of Dr Kenncr Kidney sad Cure greatly relieved me I bought and used two more bottles and wu completely earN al though my It a dyer me to bo much about water and often my clothing becomes or very wet I havo no ruturo of the truuLlo nor any signs of rheum atom Yours nRASIIT 213 N St Lionel Ind Sold by toe trollyFRED Kruuern Aliuanac or k llonk rra Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and LOUISVILLE HERALDA- nd enter the groat 10000 GUESSING CONTEST For particulars sew RdvoMiointiit on gaga i USE THESE BLANKS D and sDate 1 StreetLPostoffice Stat Enclosed find f to on subscription to The LouUville I estimate that the vrlaatr f the ratethe next Governorwillreceive a total vote of 5a S n THIS BLANK II GOOD FOR THMRB ItTIMATeS HI+ + +H+H J + HHHH iIf its from CRUTCHER I EVANS ITS GOOD +IIIIttIIIIHIII +IIIIIHI+H+ItIIIII+IIIIIIIIIIHoIII A full line of FUKNITUUH on hand Wo invite our Boron to intake thuuiaolvivi at homo ut JO1LINH to f when in Richmond CAKlKTS and MATTINGS UNDI2UTAKINU A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Phone 47 66 Look IIPhono 33 Number All the kidneys rheumatism backache Curecoinullnllonn for Itackach occupation requires Klbright DruesUU thefwcond Name apply Herald 1111- n JIII alwav friends Night Crutcher Evans Richmond t iRI A NTco Lino of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats Fruits and Vegetables always on hand al the lowest prices Wo salt DolicaleHflon Mothers Dread Best bread made in Ky Soo our line of fine candies Prestons Main st l THE INVITATION Tile roitmnn wlirn lie time totiny- t rouiit me n llu lr note From IJcuty llrown hind Just to myaixt Ito every word she wrote course she must have hun In fun ihe tipOf li 10 full of trick illif Ktiale mown JuiiiMry twelfth At Home from four la six- I thought Id be ns pert ni ahe 10 sal down to write Atka IWIth tower nod tint means me aw till IrliU nluli- tJuti thru mnrnmn rum walking In Klir- rc J both notn sad looked iiucr Uul dont jou want to go the saW to Muscles party dmrT 89 thin II why hrll IM kt home tint how was to know 7 loud think that whrn ih wrote Unit note ahe might have told me no Fur If I have u iwriy Ion Ill ask my friends to com And theft lit elmit Irt them see that Unit he nl home Jlaj K SMcholi In Yoiilhn eomlanion DUKE OF BRAGANZA r h heir In the Tliroiir nl Purl lIMOt Mull lay Flit IllltPit Mulri sett Vrur It It reported from Lisbon the capital of tho kingdom of Portugal that the crown print of that country may visit thu United States next year A short time ago a fiim lron of American war ship commanded by Admiral Cotton visited Portugal and the Yankee tars- made such n fine Imprenlon upon the Icing nod the people of ancient PortiiRal that the hone Is freely expressed that the togetherI l nallonef DlKK 01 tlUAS little rroumptivc it n ll ii Tlrone InoflOrIIIIl1 npreselon wherever they They were praised for their efficiency and ex client behavior by Kmperor William the king of Kngland the pnililent of I Iranee and by the king and queen of Portugal All this show that each ol JIIIshould cultivate good manners espe In our youth as nothing wins ad miration more quickly than correct de portment both In private and In public l The crown prince of Portugal Is a harming and lovable toy Officially he theIa son of the fnmouH honk Philippe duke of Orleans for whom he wu named He was horn at Llibon In 1887 amt reached Ida Sixteenth birthday taut March Should he be our Rue t next year It Is to be hoped that our American toys will make as favorable an ImpreiMin upon him as he himself made upon Admiral Cotton and his staff HOW GORILLAS FIGHT They Iririnl Entirely tpan Their Teeth unit esrr xIMkr t ur tickor Cluli The prevailing belief that gorillas IheyI1Ibey attack each other or their enemies an entirely erroneous one said the naturalist to a group of Interested In listeners They do nothing of tlm sort and how such an Impression ever camo to exist or how oldtime African explorers ever came to formulate such lanrIt try I had ampla opportunities to loirn the truth about them and what I dis covered there was subsequently con firmed during a protracted hunting trip In Borneo The fact Is that In fight Inc each other or In attacking or defending themselves from other crlcmlcs they depend entirely upon their teeth which are abnormally straag and sharp and cut like a razor making a wound as smooth and clean as tho scalpel of n surgeon They tire clumsy on their feet but the enormous strength of their powerful arms more than makes up for this deficiency In righting they almost Invariably attack tho faces or the limbs of their adver saries grasping their opponents with their hands and drafting thpm close enough to sink their teeth In theft flesh In the case of human beings 01 trlbotIs the hand and especially the linger Catching them by the wrlt the croa- t lire with almost Irrcslslble dower draws the hand within reach of his fangs and In the twinkling of an eye off tome one ter more fingers This mute of warfare Is a very effective ono among tho oratigoutangs themselves for with lingers and toes gone the minimal Is not only out ot the tight but f I powerless to climb trees to protect himself or to provide himself with food and toon succumbs to starvation or falls an easy victim to some other nraalN Y Trlbuna AMUSING PLAYTHING Slow In MnUt an Od4JaekIn thvBai Thai Perform Noiiiv nnr- Trlrkn A novel Jackinthebox toy Is shown In the sketch Tho construction Is very simple Two half circles of cardboard are made Into a semicircular box by gluing a strip of cardboard of any desired width around the edges Just bclpw the center of each diameter the ends of a short wooden spindle are pivoted by mrans 01 two large tacks driven through from the outside One end of a short piece of thick wire Is fixed to the center of the spindle The other end U fastened to the middle of a wooden half hoop and a lead weight Nom Jtcl INTIII BO- is centrally placed Toy clowns animals or other figures should be fixed on the ends of time halt hoop to that when the semicircular box In al rest the dolls are below the flat surface of the diameter Cut a hole of any shape at each end of a piece of cardboard that would be suitable as a covering for the open part of the semicircular box The holes may be coy creel by cardboard flaps hinged with strips of clastic which cause the tlap to spring down of their own accord after being raised by the dolls As soon at the toy Is rocked the figure bobs up and down and appear alternately through the holes In the cardboard lid Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune HOW IT GREW STRONG By Trial Till nillnK llrrnnie lhtkly Tree hrrdy nsi truly isanlmis riI A young tree fair and shapely asyot had no rough experiences It had dally been kissed by the urn caressed by the zephyrs and nourish d by gentle rains To It life seemed fair Indeed Hut oue day things assumed u different aspect The sun was hidden the clouds became black and threatening voicing their wrath In rolling thunder and the little tree felt Itself In the grasp of a rough wind that lent and twisted IU branches and tugged at It until U sccmod as If It would tear It up by the roots When It was about to give up the wind released Its hold apparently exhausted and the windIbefore Again and again this happened and when the wind finally retired the tree found some of Its fairest branches broken Its roots loosened In the soil and Its body bruised and aching from the topmost twig to the lowest rootlet U took some time for the young tree to recover front this assault The sort fibers swelled with the strain that had boon put upon them and the roots dug deeper Into the loosened soil that they mlgh send up the Increase of nourish meat to build up the breaks err shay the Inflammation For dnyb tho llttU tree groaned even when a zephyr played with Its leaves But by degrees the sore ness passed away and the little tree found at the result of Its trial that Its girth Lad sensibly Increased and It seemed to Itself to be stronger amid more full of rigor It Indeed dreaded another such experience and when It came It suffered again though not quite no much and the period of misery after U was shortened while It was conscious of u still greater access of life and strength and a greater grip of tho ground And so It continued getting stronger and stronger after each strug gle with the wind until It came to like nothing better than to wrestle with It It grew to bo a mighty treo so sturdy that It defied even the hurricanes What a pity It would have been for that tree to have had no rough usage ii Spring Klertrlelt In llntbroonn The using of electric light In bathrooms either public or private so It li asserted by an English engineer la dangerous In many cases Writing to the government Gazette he says that the clcctrlcllght switches roost usually em ployed have brass covers and brass knobs and It Is quite possible that this metal work may be In unsuspected con tact with the electric supply wires In such a case a person standing on a dry wooden floor and using the switch would not notice any defect but anyone In the act of taking a bath or standing with hare feet on a wet or metallic floor and attempting to turn on the light would receive a very severe shock which would probably prove fatal even at the comparatively low pressure of 220 volts nrptllrn Hud a Picnic While Clark Kern one of a parry 01 picnickers near nioomsburg Pa was standing on a rock taking a blrCteyc view of the locality he was horrified tc see a number of large snakes raolni around the stone as though engaged U a game of tag Ills cries brought bb cqmpanions to his assistance and they killed five rattlers four Large copper beads and a large number of younj snaket EURoPES ILL WINO America is Iteupiiijr n Henclit Irom the Storms California Fruit Is Imported in Larger Quantities Than Ever Before Ow ing to Ruined CropsBet- ter Prices Prevail London Sept 20 America noT eating great benefit from the storms which made the past summer one of the worst on record In Ornat Drltaln tad tine continent Thanks to tho ruined home crops California fruit la imported In larger ojiantltles than ever uefore The soles last week In him Jon marked record with 25000 boxen f American fruit representing about 17KOOD Pounds weight Tho fruit was told at a two days auction In Covent Garden market the prices averaging 10 per cent above what has heretofore been obtained here The sales were hlefiy of California pears and plums with a fair consignment of New Yorlt slate Hartlett pears There Is prac tically no Kngllait fruit obtainable while Franco which usually exports largo quantities of pears to England is sending none The American t rc lon of Covent Garden market U now almost the sole sourcn of supply and there are no signs of the demand u rrcaslng American apples which liltiorto could not be profitably ship pad hither till liter In the year now have a brisk trade Fortytwo tliou sand barrels of Canadian apples are expected In London at the end of this week and record prices arc assured- A member of the must prominent English firm dealing In foreign fruit said to a press correspondent There IRK never boon anything Ilko It KuropoH III wind certainly brought good to America We arq upending five and six hours a day In tho auell1l box disposing of double an muck Cal ifornia Irull an wo ever did boforo at prices ranging front 2C to 20 per ct iU hlgjer We have no difficulty In recur all we want from America lint wn tan scarcely order quickly enoivh lluretofore California fruit lies been more an adjunct to Knglnuds supply than n serious factor In the market Now owing to the failure of Fronrh fruit and the complete lots of the home crop the American branch of the market U watched more eagerly than any other How disastrous tho present soaton has been to Kngllsti growers may bo lodged from a letter In which a fruit farmer In one of the heat counties of England says that on 11 acres all devoted to green gages the fruit on only three ripened There Is no wonder that shipments of American fruit no well received Tine following arc the current quota lions per box California pears liil to 230 California plums 213 o 291 Hartlett pears I1S2 to 230 peaches 2I3 to J207 A MEMORIAL TEMPLE Favorable Report on a Plan to Erta Million Dollar Structure Uultlmnre Sept 25t Thursdays tension of the sovereign grand lobe I 0 OF the committee on flnanco reported favorably on the plan to erect a million dollar memorial temple In Baltimore but deemed It Inadvlnanto to connect the name of the sovereign grand lodge with the project Tho committee recommends that the enter prise he placed In the hands of Wash ington tydge No of Haltlnure known as the Mother Lodge of the order with authority to solicit hib icrlptlons tom other Jurisdictions The report of the committee will bC toted on Friday During the afternoon the officers of tho sovereign grand lodge and other representatives visited the grave ol Thomas Willie founder of the onKr and placed flowers upon It FARMERS NATIONAL CONGRESO Its Annual Convention Was Closed at Niagara Falls Niagara Ialls N Y Sept 25The Farmers national congress closed 13 annual meeting Thursday night Tio farmers will not urge much specific national legislation this year content ing themselves with generalities A set of resolutions favoring the exlrn slon of rural froe delivery and the par eels post system a postal telegraph system and postal savings banks win adoptedA favoring reciprocity with Canada was finally killed anti the Question of n ship subsidy found no supporters in the congress this so tflon Will Send Troops to Crete Paris Sot 25 Patrio publishes n dispatch from Its Marseilles corm ipondcnt stating that 1000 French troops have been ordered to proceed to Crete with six months provisions The reserves of the Mediterranean squadron will follow to the Levant shortly Major Delmar Sold For 40030 New York Sept 25 At the Empire City truck Thursday Major nolmnr tried to lower his record of 200 anti went the mile In 205 Prior to his trial It was announced that he had been bought for UOUOO by R B Smatters Five Per Cent Bonds For Redemption Washington Sept 25UOller Secre tary Saws oler announced Wednea day J150000 per cent bonds were received at the treasury Thursday for redemption and 125000 In 3s and 3 were received for refund Into 2s Kentucky PickUps ADDITIONS TO THE CHURCH Bible Students Evangelizing in the Mountains of Kentuky Lexington Ky Sept 25Reports received Thursday morning and an nounced from the chapel In time col lego of Bible of Kentucky university say that 1188 additions to the Chra tlan church wore received In thin mountains of Kentucky during the summer by the Bible students A band of 20 fttudcnU started out In June to do evangelical work In the mountains of Eastern Kentucky under the leadership of R II Neal of hay son The mountnln converts were baptized by the students Tile college authorities will endeavor to induce It larger number of students to prraf h In the mountains next summer The students report that they were nftVrii no affront by the mountaineers and were cordially received at all place It was also announced from the chapel Thursday morning tint the endow meat fund of the college had been increased 61000 by small subscriptions during the summer The hundred anniversary of thin establishment of the Christian church will be celebrjt ed at Cane Hldge Friday morning Col Alexander Campbell jr son of Imo founder of the Christian church has organized a girls college In Lexington which opened lla first session this week HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN Prominent Kentucky Criminal Lawyer Succumbed In the Night ricmliigsbiirg Ky Sept 25Gllbrr Cassldy one of the moat widely known criminal lawyers In this portion of the state died of apoplexy at his sob urban homo near here Wednesday night He was engaged In a case at the courtiou80 Tuesday and was com plaining slightly Tuesday night on retiring AI1 oclock Thursday morn Ing he was found breathing heavily by his family and passed away before tho arrival of a physician Cassidy grandfather was one of the original pioneers of the state and was a noted Indian lighter Will Locate a Church at Jackson Pnrls Ky Sept 2More than a thousand delegates attended the open lug of the State Sundayschool convention Thursday under the auspices of the Christian church It was an nounced that the state mlsslonl y board has organized a church at Jay son Hreathltt county the seat of the recent Kentucky feuds San Jose Scale on Fruit Trees Frankfort Ky Sept 25Irof II Garman state nursery Inspector for Kentucky Thursday reported to the agricultural department that he has frond the Injurious and dreaded San Jose scale on fruit trees In several counties anti a smaller number neat Alexandria Campbell county D C Edwards Resigns Louisville Ky Sept 25D C Ed wards of the Eleventh district has resigned as a member of the repub dean state campaign committee because he Is a candidate for the seat of the late Congressman Vincent Ilore ing Edwards will be succeeded by J C Wood of Mt Sterling Louisville Tobacco Market ouisvllle Ky Sept 25lrlcwore satisfactory on the tobacco breaks Thursday Burley had n stronger tone and ranged from 30- to J 1375 Dark was sold from 3 to 090 Thin sales were 312 hhds of which 283 hhds were burley and 2D hhds dark- Running Fight With Moonshiners Owensboro Ky Sept 25Unlletl States Marshal Gee W Ollllland mil posse had a running fight with moonS shiners In Hrecklnrldge county Thurs day morning lu which shots worn fired and nobody hurt Officers cap tured the still and 500 gallons of beer Diphtheria In West Plnevllle PInevllle Ky Sept 25Thero lire 23 cases of diphtheria reported from West Plnevllle The first casts developed near Four Mile about a week ago While the spread Is rapid It Is hoped It may be checked before it reaches the city proper Kentucky Mexican Veterans Meet Richmond Ky Sept 25The State Association of Mexican veterans met here Thursday In annual session Only 18 survivors were present They were addressed by Senator James D McCreary and entertained with a banquet Plan a Pearl Button Factory Petersburg Ky Sept 25A New York firm will start a pearl button but ton factory here within the next JO days that will give employment to 00 people Tho finest mussel beds In the Ohio river are found In this vicinity Admitted to Ball HopUlnsvllle Ky Sept 25Mrs Bertha Willis Lawrence and Lewis IVlllls and Jim Williams wino were In dieted by the grand jury for the nl eged murder of Lieut W II Johns n last March have been admitted to ball Stockyards May Merge Louisville Ky Sept 25 Tho report has been received that the Bour bon stockyards and the Central stork yards will be merged at the annual meeting cf the Bourbon stockholders October The Youngest Federal Prisoner Covlngton Ky Sept 25Altlelt Davidson 9 will be tried here on a charge of carrying on the business of a retail liquor dealer without having paid the special taxif A SEVERE BATTLE Six Hundred Turks Killed in n Fight at Ivotclinui Unceasing Preparations For War With Turkey Are Going on in Bulgaria Large Quantities of Am munition on Hand Sofia Sept 25According to a tele gram received here Thursday from Kostendll 43 miles from Sofia Turks were killed In a fight at Kol chunl September 18 Tho Turkish force numbered 7000 After the fight tho troops enraged at their losses pillaged and burned a number of Bill garlan villages Notwithstanding reports to the con trary perfect tranqulllty almost ap preaching apathy prevails throughout Bulgaria There Is not the slightest outward evidence that the country Is on the verge of war Even In military circles there Is no excitement though unceasing preparation Is going on The reports emanating from Turkish quarters that the government Is In danger of being carried away by popu lar excitement and that Bulgaria Is likely to take the first hostile steps may he regarded as ridiculous Inven lions It Is however a fat that all hope of good results from the Till k Ish promises of reform has long ala appeared and the feeling Is growing that war Is the sole solution to the Macedonian problem the only ques tion being whether It will come this autumn or bo postponed until spring Preparations for the mobilization of the Bulgarian army have been carried out with singular completeness as to detail and a declaration of war will find the Bulgarians sufficiently nro pared The equipment for the soldiers Is ready Large quantities of ammunition are on hand and the stocks of general supplies are remarkably com prehensive The appearance of time troops shows attention to details anti their soldierly qualities are a revela tion to foreigners The officers are fully equipped for their profession and the men willingly undergo hard drill dallyThe details of atrocities by the Turk Ism troops In Monastlr dally reaching the Bulgarian government equal and even exceed those already published The insurgent general start In the Monastlr vilayet has compiled an elaborate report of events In the dis trict of Kastorla between August 2 and September 12 It com rlsesR llt of 24 villages which were plundered A great number of houses were burned and 572 villagers killed RESTRICTED THE OUTPUT Collieries In the Anthracite Region Closing Down Wllkesbarre Pa Sept IiThe or ders for a restriction of the anthra cite coal output has affected nearly all the collieries In this region Thursday orders were Issued by the Lchlgh Val hey Coal Co to close down Its 20 cal herbs on Saturday The Susquetian na Coal Co will close Its 1C collieries on Friday The Delaware Hudson Co has posted notices at its eight col lieries that the mines would be work ell only live hours a days until further orders It Is said that time Delaware Lnckawanna Western Co will place Its collieries on thrce quarter time The Reading Coal Co will also restrict tho output by shutting down some of IU collieries for repairs More than 43000000 tons of coal have been mined since January 1 This Is several million tons more than was ever produced for a like period In the history of the mining Industry The present glut In the market and the efforts to prevent a break In time prices Is the cause of the restriction THE PENSION ROLL Loss By Death 4 12 Per Cent of the Agency Enrollment Washington Sept 25Time dis burscrncnts of the United States pen sion agency in this city for the last quarter show an Increase of 30000 over the Corresponding period In 1002 This Is attributed to the act of March 3 1903 Increasing at the rate of 10- a month the allowance of about 550 pensioners who lost a leg or arm and large first payments Involved In a number of original cases allowed The loss by death was per cent of the agency enrollment Yales Two Hundred and Third Year New Haven Ct Sept 25Yale unl versity entered upon Its 203d year Thursday when work began In the aca demic and scientific departments In tho law school addresses of welcome were delivered by Iresldent Hadley and Dean Henry Wade Rogers Filipinos Arrive In St Louis St Louis Sept 25 Thirtyone na tive Filipinos have arrived In St Louis to help In the erection of tho Philip pine exhibit buildings lI begun work Thursday on the Quartol de Filipinos at the Worlds fair Tin Mill to Close Indefinitely New Castle Pa Sept 25Tlle an nouncement waS made by General Manager George Greer of tile American Tin Plate Co that tho She usage tin mill the largest plant of the kind In the world would close on Sat urday Indefinitely BostonPlttsburg Games Declared Off Milwaukee WIs Sept 25henry Kllllloa owner of the Boston Ameri can League baseball team Thursday declared oft the aeries of post sjasov games between Boston and the PUts tire leanof the National league A Cure far Dfffrp la I hadDyspepsia in its hotel form foil miserable moat all th time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which haa completely curedmeMrs W W Savior Hillard Pn No appetite los of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia Bud all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the natural juices of digestion com bined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies and sweeten the stomach Sold at East End Drutf Co h Farmers National Bank Richmond KyJ 000Surplu8 Wo solicit your piUronng JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier JBeautiful Cuinplexlnnt Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear complexion free from sallownew pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional dose of Heroine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver Bud so es tablish a clear healthy complexion roc at the East End Drug Co Y wna promptly obtaIn U S and Forelmi T Sand tnofleJ sketch or photo of Inrtntion btIreereportoo nunubllltr ForIrretoo- kPsteetsmuto1RADEMARKS wtete l Do Van Want to Yawn Feelcold shiverings aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness s condition known as malaria Herbina cures it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and for a blood purifying tonic there is nothing as good f0c at East End Drug Col Order fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are UM penalties of Williams shop Agency I Laundry Take All your trouble to hls Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS TOE fAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles rls Inf from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWltls Little Early Rises are un act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that U a pleasure to lake them One la two act si a mild laxative two or lour act as a pfeauM and effective cathartic They e 19 purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver ui omn surriT TM rasur IL C DW Itt CIIChl et y 7 In crTHECITIZEN IIIi 31F ItIIiIiiiIIIII 711II1 IIIII NewsJ lf not for publication but as an evidence of rood faith Write pLtililyI fIs+HI+ IHtHHHHIIHH +HI H +HI +HHHI MADISON COUNTY HICORY PLAINS Mr John Fortune and family hnvo gone to Cronley La where they will make their future home Daniel Maupin and wife and eight others took dinner with Mrs Boteey Hudson on Wednesday of last wlekMr and Mrs Kirk Thorpe of Hamilton Ohio have returned home after a weeks visit with relatives hereMrs W E Hanfa and daughter lola visited Pey tontwon rIcentlyMiss Margeret Chasteen visited near Walaceton Saturday and Sunday of last week WALUCETON Mrs Mary Gaffney visited her s- isIter Mrs Goo Roberts at Ford last and Sunday Mr Walker is very sick with typhoid fever Miss Lou Flanery oi Borea is visiting Miss Sarah and Alice Lawson this woekMr Euio Ekins of Mis eouri was the guest of his brother Warren last week They had not seen each other for twenty years The meeting closed here Monday night which was conducted by Rev Wills assisted by Rev Humphries instead of Wolford as we said by mistake last week We hope much good has peen done There were five additions to the church MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Messrs Arthur Whalay and John Jordan came up from Cincinnati and spent a day or so with their friends Miss Frankie Whaley reports from Central City West Va that she is i doing nicely as teacher of the sewing of Industrialdepartment Orphans SchoolRev R Porter and wife at- tendedI the National Baptist Convention at Philadelphia PaMr James Mundy has returned from Dayton Mrs Agnes Holmes continues ill at her home on Sixth StreetThe color ed public schools are progressing under the new principalship of Prof Reynolds JACKSON COUNTY ALCORN Circuit Court closed its two weeks session in this county Saturday Sept In with the following condemn ed to State prison in addition to those previously mentioned Elihu Roberta for disposing of some timber that was not his one year and Mr Poe from Clay county for false swearing one yearRev C A Van Winkle or ganized church near Alcorn known as the Christian church there were about 85 members enrolled Bro Van Winkle is doing a good work in that section of the county as well as other partsThe Baptist Association known as the Irvine Association was held at Anville People report it as being a grand success KERBY KNOB Since the dry cool weather contin ues people are hurrying to get their corn cut and fodder sBVedIt is reported that Mr Albert Powell has bought W J Doughertys farmW- T Powell has just purchased a farm near Kingston While Mrs William Powell was riding to church Saturday her horse became suddenly fright ened throwing herself and baby to the ground but neither are thought to be badly hurtRev James Par sons filled his appointment at this church Saturday and Sunday baptizing ten girls and boys who were not baptised last meeting The three Sunday schools at Narrow Gap Big Hill and at Hughes will unite at the Parks schoolhouse next Sunday at ton oclock to observe Childrens Day Basket dinner will be served and a nice time is expected TYNER The school at this place under the supervision of C P Moore is progressing nicelyTarlton Combs is planning to erect a new dwelling The Teachers Association for this and adjoining districts was held at Tyner school house Saturday and oven though the program was not completely filled the Association was a brilliant success SS Wolf attended from Otvsley County A very inter esting and instructive address was delivered by Mr H 0 Combs from Berea Mr Combs was formally a student at Tyner and has many friends and relatives here We are proud to see our Tyner boys taking such an active part in educationalad vancement and we are glad to know that in the band of educational lead w i N era from Jackson County we can rec ognize some from old Tyner Come on boys to the frontMr Geo Black and his two sisters from McWharter were the guests of Wm Bowles and family Saturday nightSupt Powell has been hustling around over this section of the county visiting schools Jack Frost has visited this portion of the country several times lately and bus encouraged the farmers to move along with their work of bringing in the sheaves and sweet potatoes Your correspondent was in town Monday on business The people of this section of the country are looking forward to the Sunday school conven tion that is to be held at MeKo8J G Bowles is doing dental work near McWhorter at present Miss Edna and Lizzie Wilson visited friends and relatives at this place Saturday and SundayW N Goodman who hits been hauling stones lu the lower end of the county is homo againEdwin Anderson has been in Berea for the past few weeks building a dwelling lor himself ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rain is needed very much in this locality at this writingRev J W Lambert filled his appointment at East Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Miss Julia Singleton of Berea visited relatives here Saturday and SundayMrs Daisy Lambert went to Berea on business Saturday Wm Kerby who has been sick for some time is now able to be out again Lee Wren who has been down with fever is some better at this writing Mr and Mrs David Grant of Berea visited the latters parents at this place Saturday and SundayMr and MrsI Will Watkins visited Mrs Julie Watt kins Saturday and SundayEequire James Reynolds is very low with pneumonia fever at his home on Clear Creek and there is but little hope of his recoveryRev J W Lambert is throughstacking hay He has a large barn full and nineteen large stacks Miss Mollie Owens visited Mrs Annie Poynter Sunday eveningMrs Etta Lambert went to see her father Esq James Reynolds Thursday- EDUCATIONAL CALENDARb Please send notices for this Calendar Oct 3 Jackson County Mag Dist 3 Association at Welchburg Oct 9Garrard County School Picnic several schools uniting with the district taught by Taylor Gab bard Oct 17 Rockcastle County Dis putanta Several districts uniting in a School Picnic with music by the Berea College Band Oct 26 Bell Co Mag Dist 2 As sociatiou at Straight Creek school house Oct 3lltadison County and 8th Congressional Association at Rich mondIChamberlain Cough Iliueiljr itsigreat popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and per manently but prevents these diseases from resulting in pneumonia It is also certain cure for croup Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy ill given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as cot fidontly to a baby as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration it is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by S E Welch Jr- Strength and vigor come of good food duly digeeted Force a ready toserve wheat and barley foodadds no burJen but sustains nourishes invigorates Good clothes are always madeto measure Have your new Fallsuit madetoorder by Strauss Bros Chi cago Samples are now shown by J J BRANAMAV For Rat First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEREA COLLEGE BBIJK YARD IABRILLIANT EVENT The Opening of the International Horse Show at Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 29The Inter national exhibition of horses under tho auspices of the IxmUvlllo Horse Show association opened Monday night for a weeks session It was the most brilliant event tho local social world tins known for years the 100 boxes Aclrcllng tho amphitheater being till socletIcountryI was on an 800 animals being on the entry list for the season Although the Hoi so Show associa tlon more than doubled last years stabling facilities many horses were sent to quarters near the main build ing Local exhibitors were requested to keep their animals at home until the hour for showing as there was no space In the building TOOK MORPHINE Elijah Bolin Committed Suicide In the Jackson Jail Jackson Ky Sept 29Elljah Bo lln committed suicide In jail hero Monday afternoon by taking eight ounces of morphine Ho was held over from examining trial before Judge James Hargls Monday morning to tho grand jury without ball for tho murder of Boyd GrllHth last week Ills brother was Indicted at Cynthlana for perjury for his testimony for the defense lu the JettWhlte murder case Its be lieved that his brother furnished him- with the morphine with which he com mitted suicide A JUDGES STRANGE MISHAP He Mistook Acid For Tooth Wash and Was Painfully Burned Frankfort Ky Sept 29Judge JM II Hazclrlgg late chief justice of the Kentucky court of appeals met with a painful If not serious accident Monday morning In washing his teeth he mistook a bottle of carbolic acid for a bottle of tooth wash Ills mouth and throat are In such condition that ho can not talk above a whisper Brood Mares Sold Lexington Ky Sept 29W B Me Corkle the local turfman and former owner of Barouche sold to linker Gentry Monday two hlgh class brood mares for a long but private price They are the brown mare Brooklet by Imp Billet In foal to Alcodo and with a weanling black fllly by her side by Previous and the bay maro Per fume by Trcmont In foal to Sanders with a weanling bay colt by her side also by Previous Jail Officials Frightened Louisville Ky Sept 29Jnll offi clals were thrown Into a panic Monday morning when they heard groans from the cell of Curt Jett brought hero from Cynthlana for safekeeping The condemned man was found In agony and It was feared he had taken poison the jail physician found him suf ring from stomach trouble attrib uted to a change In water Wallace and Loeb to Buy Horses Lexington Ky Sept 29W M Wallace the wellknown local turfman former owner of The Commoner High Jinks Hemp and other good perform ers arrived hero accompanied by Wil liam Loeb of Memphis and together they will purchase a number of yearlings and two year olds for their string for next sensonIToewater manager of the Continental Tobacco Co In this city stated that tho company would build a stemmery as an addition to Its warehouse In this city this fall and which when completed would give employment to 200 The State Fair Deficit Owensboro Ky Sept 29The total deficit of the state fair for which the Owensboro guarantors are responsible will run up to 12000 President Dor Bey of the Fair association has formed them that It Is payable to the Citizens national bank of Louisville Brothers on Trial For Murder Beattyvlllc Ky Sept 29Tho defense began testimony Monday In the case of Joe Dan Sam and Robert Al len charged with the Delaney Peters assassination There Is Intense feel ing and mob violence Is feared It a heavy sentence Is given The Fox Hunters Meet Versailles Ky Sept 29 President W L Gaddy and his commIttee have selected New Haven Nelson county Ky as the place for holding the annual meet of the National Fox Hunters association on November 30 Died Under Effects of Chloroform Henderson Ky Sept 29Mrs lou- Is Hape died under the effects of chlo reform administered In order that she might undergo a minor surgical opera flea A husband and two children sur vive her Society Woman Found Dead Richmond Ky Sept 29Mrs Rufus McCord a prominent society worn an living at Redhouse this county was found dead sitting In a chair Her death was caused by heart disease 011 Prospects Are Bright Ellznbethtown Ky Sept 29Van Cam pen Lard of the eastern oilfield have at last struck strong Indl cottons of oil A depth of over 2200 feet has been reached Radium when brought near a din mond In the dark will make It sparkle THE COMMONWEALTH cca DIVIDED HIS PROPERTY John M Henry of Franklin Gives Children Money and Land Franklin Ky Sept 30Jolm M Henry Is 85 years old and has made n practical division of his fine estate among his children lie deeded to James Henry a son two farms valued at 16000 Young Pepper a grandson a farm worth 12000 and to Mrs II J Booker a daughter a farm worth 11 000 Ho gave James Henry Young Pepper and 11 J Booker 20000 each In rash Ho gave J D hooker a grandson 1000 and to a granddaugh ter Mrs J W Polo of Owousboro 1000 Ho retained a considerable fortune to bo disposed of by will at his death Verdict For 1000 Frankfort Ky Sept 30A verdict was returned In tho Franklin circuit court In the case of Robert E Harrod vs L N railroad for 1000 This Is tho second trial of the case a former Judgment having been reversed by the court of appeals Harrod was Injured while loading tobacco nt tho L N depot The Apple Crop Perishing Mt Olivet Ky Sept 30The ap ple crop of Robertson county which early In the season gave promise of being the largest for 20 years Is perishing the winter varieties dropping rapidly from tho trees and It Is feared the entire crop wilt bo practically a total failure Dry weather Is attlbuted as the cause Louisville Tobacco Market Ixjulavlllc Ky Sept 30The otter Ings on the local tobacco breaks Tiles day was very small In fact the sales wore so light that It was Impossible to get a fair estimate of the market The sales were 14 hbds of burley and C4 hbds of dark Burley ranged from 5 to 9 and dark from I to 820 for long leaf A New Mining Company Incorporated Henderson Ky Sept SOThe lien doron Co flit articles of Incorpora tion with a capital stock of 70000 The business of this company Is the purchasing leasing and otherwise ac quiring lands wherever situated for miningISpecial Election Ordered Frankfort Ky Sept 30A procla matlon by Gov Bcckham was Issued Tuesday morning for a special elec to be held In the counties of the Ilion congressional district on Tuesday November 10 next for tho purpose of selecting a successor to tho late Congressman Vincent Bare Ing Deliberately Walked Overboard Petersburg Ky Sept 3OJobn Parks a colored porter on the steam or Levi Workum deliberately walked overboard from the steamer near lug Bono creek and was drowned The crew made attempts to save him but ho spurned their aid Ho had been drinking and had been discharged Attempted to Break Jail Covlngton Ky Sept 80A bold at tempt to escape from the Covlngton Jail was made at supper time Tuesday night by several desperate prisoners who overpowered Joseph Moorhcrm a guard who does extra work about the jail assisting the turnkeys at meal times was frustrated Phil T Chtnns Yearlings Lexington Ky Sept aiPbll T Chlnn acting as agent for Messrs Me Bray Moore of Horrodsburg and A I Denny of Danville purchased from A B Haggln a 2yearold chestnut gelding Cheval by Imp Goldfinch Braw lass by Imp Bossettlaw Prlco private Want Soldiers From Breathltt County Lexington Ky Sept 30It has de veloped that a recruiting station of the United States army will bo established at Jackson Ky within the next ten days Sent F Klffmeyer of Louis ville will likely be temporarily la charge of the new station A Lexington Hotel Changes Hands Lexington Ky Sept aOThe Reed hotel In this city which has been under the management of Mrs James Connor since the death of her husband several months ago was leased for a period of five years by Hart Bros of Cynthlana Killed a Private Detective Frenchburg Ky Sept 30At noon Tuesday In Dennisons Mills this county Keene Brown shot and killed Ira Mlles Mlles was a private detec tlve and bad a warrant for the arrest of Brown who was charged with the Illicit sale of whisky Ewen AgaJn Pursued By Enemies Lexington Ky Sept aOCapt B J Ewen has again received warnings that tho Jett faction Is planning to kill him Ho left Stanton Tuesday unex pectedly and has kept his destination secret from both his friends and hIs foes An Exile From Breathitt Louisville Ky Sept 30To the long list of exiles from bloody Breath itt Is added tho name of J W Na pier who passed through Louisville Tuesday en route to Oklahoma where be will reside Kentucky Firemen Louisville Ky Sept BOThe State Firemens association elected Chief B G W MuIr of 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