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Ii IHHHHIHiHMHHIHK JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher KnUrul at lilt Pottofflet at fltrea Ay at second f elaM tnaUm- alttrIjHHJWHHHlWIWHHM I IIVOL V A Family Popor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1903 One dollar a year NO 16 IIDEAS- SolFiniprovoulomt to ho effectual mimt reach the first springs of thought rautl feeling A round about lin that avoids fatso words but tnnhra n Man impression is the moat cowardly and blackest kind TAKE NOTICE A very creditable Ahowing condo by the Boron Banking Co in ItR quarterly report on pngo them of this isfluo Prof L V Dodgo will pronch In the Tnbornnclo next Sunday night on the homo II Tlio RonHonablo Sido or Christianity Everybody welcome Monday Oct 1U fllfi rI nddroa to cilizoiifl and Mudmits in Tnbcrnacli bv Rov Dwight N Pratt of Ciuoit tint QIhw Pratt will MHO preach Ixjlh morning fill night Sunday Oct 18 Proplo who have bufiinoss with College o itnt will ho glad to know that tho Treasurer Secretary and all heads of departments can ho found In their ollicivi every tiny imniodiatol after College prayers that is at n quarter boforo ton FROM THE WIDE WORLD It in understood at London Eng land that Lord Miluer 1ms declined to accept the Colonial Socretnrynhi in the Rrititth Cabinet Sir Michael Herbert ambassador to thin United States from Englandsuc cumbed to consumption on Wcdnra day of loot week in Switzerland where ho had gone in hope of recover t ing hue health Turk are said to have massacre tho entire population of the Mare donian town of Mehomia with the exception of ten persons who escaped Mehomia was an Important centre with A Bulgarian population of 1200 OUR OWN COUNTRY r 1IN educators are gathering In for an important conference 4 ExamlnntiotiH for mole touchers in the Philippines will bo held through out tho United SUitoH on October Ifl anti 20- Iullyj 16000 Mormons have gath ered in Salt Lake City to attend the semi annual conference of the Church by tho last rigidly enforced Saintst of Agriculture of Now York A violent earthquake shock lasting twenty seconds was felt in St Louis and tho sunken lauds of Missouri Sunday It travelled from southeast to northwest GouIf whore ho is going for tho purpose of inviting King Menolik to visit tho St Louis Exposition and to make a com mercial agreement with tho United States Several men in Alabama who have boon convicted of kidnapping colored workmen and holding thorn in invol untary servitude called oonoge aro t sentenced to tho penitentiary With groat liberality a number of leading colored citizens havo petitioned Presi fdont Roosevelt that these men bo in tho hope that such action iiwill have a tendency to prevent tho of those horrible offences The forgiving nature of tho colored t people is certainly to bo commended It will bo remembered by many that tho political disabilities of the I- Ii foderato loaders in North Carolina wore removed ju response to n petition Statoi1 Tho State convention ot the W C iI T U began at Lancaster Ky Fri day and continued for throo days 12250 soldiers are now stationed at gawp Young Woat Point Ky and tho war game is being carried on in earnest 7Tho Louisville Henderson and St Louis bridge ovor Green river at Spottayille gavo way Friday A wrecking train is on tho scone Time Kentucky State Liquor League and ita organ the Free Tress aro actively opposing Bolkuap because of his record as a friend of temperance 3300 acres of forest in Wolfe and J Bronthitt counties have boon pur chased by W B Johnson a prowl nent lumberman of Wheeling W Va for52500 ter iPlt ra Provident Oflloo X Boron Oolloyo 8 41111ItilllllIltlllltltJlllllllllllt j 1 fcit f+ An Old FavoritelltlltlllllllIIIllllllllllllltlllllllttll THE RAVAGES OF TIME- By William Sliokeip euro IJFlOIl THE CITIZEN time like n friRhlonnlilo host Hllklitly MhakoH his parting guest by the hand with hla arum ouUtretclieil as ho would fly In the corner welntim ever HinlliH And farewell Klltll out slKliInt O let not virtue seek IteiJiuiRrntlon for the thing It was For beauty wit High birth vigor of bone desert In service Lovo frloiulHlilp charity ere subject all To envious aid cnlumnliitliiK time One touch of nature innkcM the whole world kin That all with one conwnt pnilxu newborn pnwils Though they ere wade and molded of things past And giro to dust that Is a little gilt More Inud than gilt oVrduntcd IIII + ttllllltII111111111111 HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE ply IroMf Win 0 ololl Vent Article 8 Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Counties In 1834 n MIIMU val lonoraldllriiuiiantm inllliu Srnrranl Volllllllfti Infantry Artillery line Dr Drummer Ilex a ItevoluUonary army IVniloiii lUlnl under the art of Jun tll3l cuntliiucil- WOROAN COUNT John Duller p Va James Blovin p Va I George Darker p Va I John Cooper p Pa m Wm Cooke p S C I John Day p Va David Ellington p Va m Thomas Hamilton p Va I Win Howerton Pi Va I Benjamin Hamilton pVa I Jacob Johnson p1 S C I Isaac Keolon p N C I Samuel KlIyI N C m Thomas Lewis p Va I Isaac McKinzio pVa m John McGuiro p Va hi Kouben RatliCTo p Va niT John Smothers p Va Gilbert Stevens p Va m Lori Swanson p Va m Philip Williams p Va William Walsh p N 0 m rEHav COUNTY Andrew Burns p Va St troops Drury Bush p of Car Va Stephen Cordill p N C I William Cornott p Va James Cordill p N 0 Archilles Craft p N C Peter Hammond p N C1 William Hagins p N C I floury Hurst p Va m James Howard p Va Thomas Howard p Va I Andrew Harwell pVa Samuel Stidham p N C m Roger Turner p N C m Thomas Watkins p N C fCLASKI COUNTY Robert Anderson p Va I Samuel Anderson Sr Va m Michael Btirter p I and Cav Va State troops Wm Barren p N C St troops Henry Baugh p N C m John Barker pVa John Barron p Va in Love U Dogan p Va St troops John Evans S Va St troops Josiah Earp p Va in Richard Goggin pVa m James Hamilton p Va 1 Win Hays p Va m Jamos Horroll p Va m Moses Martin Dr N 0 m Barnabas Murray p N C m Joseph McAlistor p Pa m Samuel Newell Sr S and LVa m John Nowby p of art Vs1 William Owens p and S Va m David Roper p Va h William Swiunoy p N C m Martin Turpin p Va m William Trimble por I and Cay Ya1Nathaniol Tomlinson p Va Peter Tarter p N C1 John Wilson poCI and Cav Va I Continued To Delinquent Taxpayers- If taxes for 1901 and 1002 aro not promptly paid by October 15 1103 property will bo advertised for sale as the law directaW J TATUM Town Marshal Call on the town marshal and pay yoUr town taxes for 1903 W J atuui Town Marshal C U 12 BEREA 0 Boreas first game of the season was played at Danville last Saturday Central University winning by a score of 12 to 0 Capt Loahy won tho tOilS and chose the kick off Vorhees made a good kick C U advanced the ball fifteen yards C U started out to circle Boroaa ends and made good gains for a time until Berea took a stand and C Us advancing for the tiny was over Tho first touch down was made after six minutes play and was the result of a fumble Both teams were in a general mix up when tho ball rolled out wan captured by a C U man and carried fifty yards for a touch down In the latter part of the first hall the game was a punting contest during which C U puntod and Vorhees caught tho ball behind tho goal lino Ho was tackled hard and lost tho ball which was dropped on by C U scoring a touch down Tho half cloatrff with tho ball in the middle of tho field in C UH possesS sion C U kicked off in tho second half to Koreas goal line Borea ad vanced fifteen yards Berea started in and after fitoon minutes of hard playing carried tho ball to C Ua ten yard linn where Vorhees tried a drop kick from tho field and failed C U kicked off and Berea had no trouble in bringing the ball into C Us ter ritory where it was lost on a fumble C U carried tho ball to Bereas forty yard line when time was called NOTES Or TilE OAJI- EVorhoes did some great punting Boron lost tho gamo because of her fumblingCapt deserves credit for the team ho has gotten together Every man ou tho team deserves mention for each played well Berea held C U for downs several times whilo C U failed to hold Berea once Loahys tackling was a grievance to C U and the feature of the game whilo tho bucking of Ernst Uiuman and Clark was superb- Republican Convention Five Representative Men nominated as Candidates for Town Trustees The Republicans oC Berea mot in mass convention last Thursday night at Hanson hall for the purpose of nominating five candidates for town trustees to bo voted for at tho Novem ber election J L Gay was chosen chairman and J H Gabbard secretary Any Republican present was at liberty to name candidates and as a result tho following persons wore placed in notnination l Wright Kelley E F Coyle L V Dodge B R Rob inson R H Royston J Burdetle M B Ramsey E F Dizney T J Osborne James Dalton E B Wallace S E Welch Jr James Stigale R W Todd and H K Richardson On the first ballot Wright Kolloy and B R Robinson received a majority of all the votes cast and wero declared two of the candidates Tho second ballot resulted in no election and it was decided to drop tho seven nomi nees receiving tho lowest number of votes On tho third ballot L V Dodge E F Coylo and R H Roys Mon received a majority of all tho votes cast and completed the list of candidates The trustees elected next month will serve two years from next January For sale First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and hats for cisterns at very low priceBEniu COLLEGE BRICK YARD NNNNet10 NNNNeNr Everythingin at the Hustling Cash Store IS BRAND NEW Our Stock i dont fail to see us before making your choice Any purchase from us means you will send your and to see us that thoy too may learn to bo wise and buy where they can secure tho host goods for tholeaat i Ii IMAIN AND FIRST RICHMOND IRION GIRARDET CO HighClass Jewelers and Diamond Dealers 404 West Market Street LOUISVILLH KY ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS For free Catalogue and call to IIWrite you are In the nth A MAN to be well dressed must select his col lars culTs neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats and in general with groat care Select them from our stock and you will make no mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todato and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily We soil Douglas Shoos for men and boys and Quality shoes for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky otS noaglat Store and let shoe de trerrwlwte CllTIOll The nulno name slut Mira tlIom ttlani IKIIOC Ptlrfc STKOHlKa Pair aIN Itl01=1lifm7U Pals Butlniu Mae Than OouUttl In lour Yeas THE REASONS iL1ntJIUluakts nnd 300 and S340 shoes than uu other two man ufacturr In tho world W U IKiuglas 300 end JXM hoea placed tide by tide with 500 nod 8 UO hues of other makes found t0 l o jut They will outwear two palm of ordinary 3U and tt3L0 elves Made 01 but leathers Inttudlny Patent anaNatsonaAangaeoar0 W U Douglas 14OO Gilt Kdira cannot b at any vrtie mull narrxlni fat nlorfVrrebeeM1v I Jouil k For sale by RlR COYLE Berea f F IIIIIIIIIIIH Subscribe Today Circulation 2000 MHHHMHfr NNN N NNN IourFALL DRESS GOODS WASH GOODS- GINGHAMS PERCALES are daily and we take pleasure in showing you of Fall and Winter Clothing ioclneighbors friends money LACKEY HAMILTONCORNER STREETS K- YI1 MENtSFURNISHINGS Queen Sfl9VGl 1RIOH OlRflRDBT It GO Louisville Ku by the J S ivllsmornmena are tho r ETC arriving THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam vory different This is causeby difference in work and tempemmentI to suit these conditions and require ments aro made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us furnish just the right glasses Glasses to suit the eyes Prices to suit the pocket Te AeRobinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET Opoodlo lllckiicll Korlys Beroa Kjr East End Barber Shop North ol 1rintlnR Office Shove lOc Hair Cut 15c Shampoo 15o Razors sharpened IBo to 25o R B DOE Proprietor DR L OORNEILUS Physician Dentist On1ce with Dr Corncllu liroadway St HiKti Kv Routs lor rental Work 900 a m to 300 pm No 2000 Solid Gold Watch 2000 5124 Solid Masonic Charm 325 J5 Solid Heavy Gold Ring 500 J28J 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 H1GGINS Prop Laughlin FountainPen II THE PICK OF EN AND MAC NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE IlK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPULAR STYLES fOR ONLY 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The Laughlln Fountain Pen Holder is made of any eat quality hard rubber ia gradetargeolany desired tlealbllily perfectfeeding Either style gold mounted presentation purposes extra Surely you will no be anythingattAretleeslh give ouch continuous pleasure and service Per SAN by East End Drug- Company Main Street Borea ICy v DRINKIof Mnlrn lit burr Mm row Tlirlr Work The aciompanyuiR picture tthuws the extremes to which u naloonUcrper will po 10 let husliufs The saloon Is al the east end of ale Polk Btrcct viaduct Recently a Imllillns standing between this one anil the Iennsylvanl tracks was razed A large force or laborers was employed in clearing the site The foreman of the gangs was tonratiiJat 1ns himself upon the work he wnsjt j tins out of a sober crowd until the sa loonkeeper decided he wanted a percentage of their wages The runt of the saloon was on a level with the via a II duct 30 feel above the tracks and there was no way of getting up to the place But the saloonUecper tlrlerinlnert to destroy a temperance perspective cut n hole In the wall In the rear of his grog Kcry a straight wall SO feet abuse his prey and constructed a flight oT steps wasiwas ready for the ascent of the The steps are narrow and are almost Perpendicular The ascent Is usually made safely but In descending the own era of heavy loads are often unequal to the sharp drop and land In a heap nt the bottom of the stairs Chlcagc Dally News THE LIQUOR QUESTION Ojilltlon iif au Iullnent lhII ne tu UIMT It Miould lie Viewed antl llaiiillril Why do a large majority of medical rna sanitarians and the people gen erally refuse to apply the same methods of reasoning and the same experimental investigations regarding the effects of alcoholic liquor on the human system as they uniformly use In relation to the effects of all other drugs When Ills found that the unrestrained exposure of arsenic opium morphine strych nine cocaine and carbolic add la drugstores and dispensaries results in an occasional death from the accidental atrycliIthat they are dangerous drugs and their sale should bo restricted And when it is seen that the unrestricted sale of opium morphine cocaine and carbolic acid results In an occasional death from accidental doses and a much larger number of deaths by their designed use for suicidal purposes and that a much larger number still become habit ual opium morphine or cocaine users by which their health and self wntrol are entirely destroyed the emphatic expression of all classes It that these drugs are poisons dangerous to the pub lic health and morals and their sale Is i rigidly prohibited except on phyulehnnT prescriptions and then to be plainly labeled Poison But when It Is seen day by day that the dalljytise of alcoholic liquors even in small quantities soon creates In a large proportion of hose who use them an uncontrollable desire for more un til their higher mental faculties of scnwe and propriety and selfcontrol are paralyzed and their physical functions dls ordered In which condition they are far more dangerous to themselves their families and to the community at large than the most Inveterate morphine or cocaine eaters do the people the sani tarians and majority of phvslclans unitedly cry out that the alcoholic drinks that are constantly creating so many thousands of ruined and dangerous habitual drinkcrn arc poisons dan gerous to the public health and murals and therefore to be added to the statu tory list of prohibited poisons Not at all Instead of recognizing the alcoholic liquor as a poisonous drug thus direct ly dangerous and destructive to both mental and physical health and tier mandlng its addition to the statutory list of inhibited poisons and to he dealt with solely by the public health an thorltles and courts of justice if re ferred anywhere ft Is to the general field of politics to be voted for or against at the next election That alcoholic liquors forsale and use whether In saloons dispensaries and other licensed places or clandestinely in local option or prohibited territory constitute the agents most dangerous and destructive to human health life ned morals Is demonstrated by their creating and perpetuating In our wjtin try alone many thousand clnmVnnlH and as many thousand Impoverished families Their use it the direct anti ad mitted cause of a Inrfe majority of the homicides suicides highway robberies aafeblowera holdupaaad other cta of t r vlolentf reported dally In the public f press In the language found over the slgnaturfs of nor than 1000 of the more eminent physicians both in this country and In Europe Experiments have demonstrated that even a small quantity of alcoholic liquor either immediately or after a short time prevents perfect mental action and interferes with the function of the cells and lUstrei of the body Impairing selfcontwl by- producing progressive paralysis of the judgment and of the will and lwr other markedly Injurious effects Herie alcohol must be regarded as a poison nail ought not to be classed among foods Further alcohol tends to produce In the offspring of drinUtM an unstub e nervous system lowering them mertal lymorallyand physically This deterioration of the race threatens us and this is likely to be greatly accelerated by the alarming Increase of drinking among women who have been hitherto little addicted to this vice Since the mothers the coming generation are thus In lof the Importance and danger ol this Increase cannot be exaggerated Alcohol has hen proved to be Just as much an anaesthetic or narcotic drug as Is ether chloroform morphine or cocaine and when taken Into the living Ijody It Impairs every function and If r prated dally also Impairs every struc ture of the body That It Impairs mental activity muscular force nerve force heat force vital or protoplasmic force and the na oral vital resistance to the Influence of toxic ap nts and other causes of disease In direct proportion to the quantity used hns been proved by the most varied and accurate method ot experimentation by men eminent Ir the profession both In Europe and America That It is the poison most dangerous to the public health and morals Is abundantly proved by the number of Its victims who crowd our poorhouses asylums for the Inebriate and Insane police stations and prisons and the constantly Increasing number of homi cides suicides and crimes of vloltrr i commuted directly under the Inilucrf that are dally reported In the pubik press To ray mind there Is no nor propoIof alcoholic liquors and their control to the departments of public health and morals Instead of the every varying and Inefficient field of polltlcs In claiming that alcohol 14 It xls In fermented and distilled liquors is dangerous and most destructive poison to be legally declared such and to br sold only on legally qualified physicians prescriptions and plainly labeled Poison we will doubtless be told that In moderate doses it is a tonic and a conservator of tissue and therefore a food and a poison only In large dOltI or too frequently repeatedIIn other words that causes all the evil and not its tem perate use But is not the fact that our almshouses hospitals asylums and prisons are kept constantly tilled with Its ruined and dangerous abusers all of whom commenced on socalled temperate doses sufficient evidence that any doses If repeated from day to day are dangerous both to the individual and the community Does the dally use of bread meat or potatoes or any other article of ordinary food convert onehalf of those who use It Into either paupers or criminals or has anyone ever been found abusing the use of bread or meat to such an extent as to convert them Into either habitual paupers or criminals Again when it Is found that so temperate a dose as a single mug of beer or a glass of wine or one drink whisky perceptibly learns mental 10f and selfcontrol retards the of Impressions by the diminishes muscular strength Impairs the corpuscular elements of the blood and the nerve cells of the brain as cn under the microscope retard tissue metabolism and excretion of waste products and Increases the liabil- Ity to attacks or all Infectious diseases are not these Indubitable evidences of a poison which If repeated rom day to day would endanger both health and moralsThe same methods of Investigation when applied to ether chloroform mor phine or cocaine and to the whole Held of etiology la the laboratories of chem istry physiology and bicterlclogy are fully credited and readily acted upon Then why rot In reference to alcoholic liquors Tha answer Is twofold First because the effect of alcohol In dimin ishing the sensibility of the brain di rectly destroys the ability of the user to Judge correctly concerning his own ability or the nature of his Impressions and the second Is because human greed for the pecuniary profits of the man ufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors outweighs the regard for human welfare So long as the contest can be kept In the field of politics these reasons will prevent anything more than tem porary or partial success But if It could be fully transferred to the depart ments of public health and morals aided by the courts a fair degree of sue cess would soon result I do not say that the success would be complete be cause no penal laws have entirely sup pressed the crimes against which they were enacted The most efficient laws against murder theft adultery etc have existed since human history be gan sod yet these crimes continue to be committed but far less frequently tan they would be If instead of laws for 51reet suppression they were regulated by licensing designated persons to do al the killing stealing etc on consldcra lion of the payment of from 100 to 4ii Into the public treasury annuallyDr K S Davis Eminent American Physi- elan u A Liquor Orfrei Ailrlee Truth liquor organ Detroit says The trend of public sentiment in this decade is against the liquor trade and when the trade realizes this fact and confines Its efforts enlirclrto protcctlt what they now banlshlrj thoughts of what they woud tile tt holler Jt will be for all The Scientific Farmer By HON CHARLES W FAIRBANKS United States Senator from Indiana The northwest has been is and must continue to bu essentially an agricultural community Upon the fertile fields which stretch far beyond us will be pro duced during the centuries to conic food products for many millions in our own country and for million more in other lands There is no more honorable or useful vocation than that of agriculture and this doc trine should be instilled into the very hearts and souls of the youth of the land The farm has produced and willcontinue to yield the best type of loyal and con servative citizenship Manning is more and more coming to he a scientific pursuit Meth ods which were unknown to our fathers are continually and rapidly taking the place of the old Education is working the change The agricultural department of the national government is engaged in a vast amount of research in every branch of agriculture It is working along broad lines and is adding much to the sum of knowledge in this important field of industry The educated farmer is one who will secure the largest results frwi his effort TIm TENDENCY TO GRAVITATE TO TIME CITY WILL IX GOOD TIME BE FOLLOWED BY A RETLTRN DRIFT TO Tim COUNTRY Improved methods in farming increased com forts of farm life which come though experience and systematic edu cation will be the magnets which will draw from the congested centers to the agricultural communities Poets Sire Made Not Born By RICHARD BOND THOMPSON Illinois raetllumoilit It is about tune that ancient phrase poets are born not made were relegated to the rear Every poet who has conscientiously striven to produce cred itable verso knows it to be as fallacious as it Is beautiful The sooner young writers who aspire to write poetry learn that poets arc not born thc ewil he a marked decrease in the amount of doggerel vhch now daily finds its wayto the editorial waste basket Months yea years of diligent study and pra tice arc necessary to produce a poet however deeply his spirit may be imbued with the poetic feeling llcgmiicrs who show an aptitude in art are not expects l tt suddenly blossom forth into masters utUlicr arc mmicinn nor authors Vet every person who 15stsses a crude idea of rhyme thinks himself a poet without further preparation Our text books and our teaching in the public schools and colleges arc surprisingly dcfic cat in presenting the real art of versification It is an art that can be taught but not through the instrumentality of such vague and primerlike methods now in vogue The study of poetry as an art that stay be acquired has a most re fining and ennobling influence upon the student and the reading public is becoming niore and more interested in poetical productions lour lines of verse may often express more than a score of lines of prose Let sonic retired millionaire post endow a school for poets where a few really capable ones might be made to order The Cause of Suicide By DRJ G KIERNAN fMl OST young women who arc said to die from love are simply the victims of an improper diet with perhap the further complication coming front a lack of proper facilities in bathing Cut out the ice cream and the candies eat sensibly and enough of that which is nourishing and digestible keep clean Then sit down on your young ego with the determination to crush the idea that you arc the whole thing and sonic daytort may have grandchildren to spank In the beginning this young love of the young woman U a some thing akin to her adolescence It ij at this period of her life that she is especially susceptible to strong emotions She is pessimistic for the most part and at all times she is self conscotls and analytical of her feelings She is in a period of her life where there is a loss of nervous energy at the best to the extent that she suffers this she U pessimistic and moody her ego is all prominent and the sentimental something called love belongs to that primitive demonstration of it in man when it meant to him simply possession There is nothing as yet which contemplates a consideration of the other party to the passion It iwhen in this period of introspection and perhaps pcvisimisjn that the young woman turns to the thought of suicide She is debili tated and nervou she has the impulse to selfdestruction and to the extent that she is debilitated and unable to resist the impulse and in like degree to the extent that the means of selfdestruction are at hand there is a likelihood of her carrying out her purpose At the present time the universal and unrestricted sale of carbolic acid and the case with which any one may obtain a revolver are conditions favoring sui cides among the young With the approach of womanhood there arc mental and physical changes which must be effected in all harmony In effecting this it is essential that the bodily functions be kept as near to the normal as is possible A proper diet for thou1g woman and a rational system of bathing and exercise will reconcile the two conditions with a minimum of nerve waste leaving the subject free in greatest measure from the emotions of adolesc- enceModern Church Life By REV GEORGE C LORIMER Joled Ujpiiit Divine of Ntw York ITl HERE has come into our churches the idea that our services ought to be made a means of diversion You are aware as well as Iant that frequently men have had to titter protests against the engrafting upon religious life and work the ele ment of amusement and I for one insist that religious serv ices ought to be so thoroughly religious that people should have time to think The present tendency is to run off short sharp snappy scintillating things that will prevent people from thinking at all The religious life therefore becomes more shallo and as it becomes shallower in the church it declines in the community If we are to see an advance in religion the church must take herself more seriously Berea College Founded 1825IPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL 1 Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 1 Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mea 11 and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Crrpentry Printing HoiiMtwork Nursing two yoani Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and Slate Diploma Academy Course Four years lilting for College for business and for lifocate degrees Munlc Choral fwo Rood Organ Vocal Piano Theory 1o arts hero to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian odu cation Our tnnlruclion is a free gift Student pay n small incidental foe to meet nxpoiinns of thn school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance KxitonnrA for torts IJ Woolts niiiy bo brought within SMOO shout Sift to bo pAil in advance The School is ondornwl by Baptist Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Prosbytorianx and good peoplo of all denomination rat MrORMIIUI Ml raft ADVICr mint III SrCKtTUT WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County Ky The International Bible SeriosII LARGEST LINE or SELF PRONOUNCING mutes IN Tile WORLD 1NC M IID Oe N11a SLEAR PRINTSCIIOLARLY HELPS SVPCIUOR BINDINGS led Letter Testament aDDRESS 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the sparkling shallows Where the sun the water inflows J laughing when the flub mn t Itolllnit tumbling fnlllmr In Loafing with n hook and line Aint It line yjleavingOf 1001l11C1WhhllnlCIn n piscatorial Looting with a dreamJAlnt It Loafing with s hook and line Where the water whirl about Whipping up the treamlf fine Ifl rVhlleWhen the ipvckletl trout begin V Itolllng tumbling fulling Inj u Loafing with n hook and line E Alnt It nnol IS rrA LIBERAL EDUCATION Tho motion girls education in in complete unlwa she IIBH learned To Row To cook To elilt To bo gentle To tit MM neatly To kwp n secret To avoid idlonpHfl To bo Hulfroliiuit Todarn HtockiiiKH To ruspect old ago To iiinkn ROOt brand To keop n hoiwo tidy To make homo happy To 0 nlmvo gcmmplng To control her tamper To tko vitro of tho Mock To HIttP down cnbwolw To tako cnro of tho baby To read tho gory lx st hooks To tko plenty of active exercise To keep clear of trashy lilcrnturo To ho light hoarUxl anti Hootfooted- Wlinn situ has en mod nil this oho will makn Homo lucky man n mont ox collent wife 111+111111 +111 +11 +111111 IThe School JOHN WIRT DinSMORB Editor KMHIHHIIll +HIHHH J DISTRICT SCHOOL PROBLEMSCon- In our last issue worn shown somo or tho dlllicultioH that confront tho toachor in tho district school Irreg ular attendance scarcity of books lack of equipment untrained teacher wore some of tho princlpalonos It is easier to point out dillkultioH than to auggtsl remiMliofl But somo things aro pOHNiblo Tho teacher is the main factor in tho problem A superior teacher will always diRcowr ways of improvement If the nchoolhouBo needs repairs tho attention of tho school board should bo called nod tho work kindly but persistently insisted upon Conditions can often bo improved by teacher and pupils working to gether Tools can bo secured and tho eager boys will bo delighted to show their skill and ingenuity in trending seats constructing shelves oto The grounds can bo made tidy and nomething dono in tho way of docorrftions To overcome tho scarcity of books tho teacher should have catalogs of the various publishing companies giving titles nnd prices Books can ho described to tho childron nnd if their interest in aroused they will bo able to bring pennies enough to pur chase a book Books of the boot lit erature can bo purchased nt prices ranging from four cents upward Pupils will bo glad to exchange these books with each other nnd much of tho boat literature can thus ibo obtained and a taste for rending as good as the world af fords can also bo obtained at a cost of ono coat each and upwards Those things will ho a great help in securing attendance School should be so interesting that pupils will ro r grot any cause that troops thorn away and will not stay away for anything less than absolute necessity Whore oho pupilsaro kept out the teacher I should visit the home and make A plea for attendance carefullyImight otherwise remain away Pupils should be told the value of a day in school and should receive constant encouragement from the teacher Tho difficulty arising from multi plicity of classes is not easily over come Much careful planning is nec essary and oven then there will be too ninny to enable justice to be dono to allITho only remedy for this is tho graded school This will come with the consolidation of schools now ad vocated and practiced in many States There aro numerous places Ion in Eastern Kentucky whore from two to six ditilrictfl could join together have ono building well equipped classes properly graded touchers suited to their respective grades and all under the direction of a competent principal Thi is tho best solution so far pro sented for overcoming tho difficulties of the district school J W DINSM- ORKfHHH1HHHIHlHIIHH i The Farm i J SILAS CIIEBVER MASON Edi- torHHWHIlHHHIHtHHlHJ Commercial Fertilizers nV TUTOR C D LKWIS The problem of life to tho plant Is tho formation of organic matter out of tho inorganic world to mnko tho living from the dead In this proctors wo find ton chemical elements necessary namely Oxygen Hydrogen Nitrogen Cnrbon Potaa alum Phosphorous Magnesium Sul phur anti Iron Of those Nature has supplied in abundance iron magnes lulu nod sulphur in all cases nnd limp in most cases ready for use in tho soil oxygen in tho air andwater and nitrogen in groat quantities in the air but in n form not available except tocerlniu plants which will bo spoken of later Thin loaves but throo ole monU usually nitrogen phosphorous nnd j clash anti a fourth limo occas ionally to bo dealt with in considering this question soinccs or srrrtT or FERTILIZER Lot tin first consider the sources from which wo obtain these three elements Farmyard manure and other animal manures furnish all throo in the boat fort concerning which more will Ira said under tho subject of manner of applying nud results Nitrogen is obtained from many sources Decaying vegetation fur ntshon great quantitos and iegumen ous plants such as clover cow peas and any beans 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head ache anti loavo a good taste in the mouth Tho famous little pills for doing such work effectually and pleasantly are Do Wilts Littlo Early Ris ors Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind sasII All other pills 1 have used gripe and sicken while DoWitts Lit tloEarly Risers are simply perfect Sold by East End Drug Co There is still room for a largo number of energetic young men sad wo men in school nl Boroa this fall The instruction in shop work farming drese making and other practical subjects as well na tho ordinary branches and music is very attractive and something to bo had nowhere else Write to Mr Will C Gamble Sec or start at onto GEESE WANTED Will pay highest CASH pricoJ II Neff Main St Richmond Ky IIIIIIIIIorllIII Gogh n 1No one who is acquaintedlId1Igood qualities can be groat 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 a certain cure for croup Whooping cough is 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speak at the Whito Oak schoolhouse at the Island Crook schoolhouse at 11 am at tho Oak Grove schoolhouse at 4 p m and will proach in tho same place at night Causa of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plenti fully in street dirt It is inactive so long as exposed to tho air hut carried beneath tho skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails and when tho air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known Those germs may bedostroy od anti all danger of lokkjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as tho injury is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and liko in juries to heal without maturation and in ono third tho time required by tho usual treatment It is for sale by S B Welch Jr- TRIPLE ELECTROCUTION Three Brothers Paid the Penalty For Their Many Crime Dannemora N Y Oct EThe trl pie execution of the three Van Wormer brothers was completed within 16 minutes Thursday At 1129 the wit nesses started for the death chamber At 1132 Willis Van Wormer was summoned to the chair which had already been tested 110 entered the chair at 1134 and at ll3Gy the current was turned on Ho was declared dead at 1137 Frederick entered the death cham ber at 11 MO 30 tho current was turn ed on at 1142 and Frederick was dead at 1143 Burton entered tho death chamber at 1147 received tho current at 1148 and was declared dead at 114830 This arrangement of the order of death was agreed upon by tho boys themselves after a long discussion They decided that Willis should bo permitted to go first because of his ill health and consequent weakness Willis throughout his confinement has been afflicted with lung trouble Early In life the three brothers de veloped Into a capacity for crime that would hue Qualified them for mom bers In the worst sans of bandits that over Infested tho western frontier For nearly two years before tho cul urinating atrocity which has brought down upon them the extreme penalty ot the law they literally were bandits open and defiant Their crimes culminated In the mur der and robbery of their uncle who had several times saved them from ar rest by pnyjng their victims Olympic Football Championship St Louis Oct GIt Is Intended to have In conjunction with tho Olym plan games at the Worlds fair In St Ixiula In 1004 an Olympic football championship There will be two series one for colleges and another for the schools Gen Mlles Not a Candidate Dallas Tex Oct 6Gen Nelson A Miles made this statement hero I am not a candidate for any office and I dont expect to be not oven for presi dent of the United States or governor of Texas A Week Business Failures New York Oct 3 Business failures In tho United States for the week end- Ing with October 1 number 153 against 186 last week 164 In the like week of 1002 176 In 1901 In Canada failures for the week number 10 M against 18 last week Increase In Ores Earning Now York Oct 3An Increase of nearly 7000000 In the gross earnings of tho Now York Central railroad aye tern for the fiscal year ended on June 10 1803 Is shown by tho annual report lust Issued QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BEREA BANKING CO AT THE LOSEIOF BUSINESS ON THE 30th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1903 Loans and discounts Jr2 137 48 2 Overdrafts secured 3 Overdrafts unsecured 4 Duo from National BanksS M 113 22 fj Due from Slato Bonks and Bankers 1 G Due from Trust Com panies J 7 Banking House and Lot 8 Other Real Estate 9 Mortgages 10 US Bonds 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 12 Specio HGO 22 13 Currency 1125 00 14 Exchange for Clearings 2 585 22 1C Other Items carried as Cash 10 Furniture and Fixtures 1 937 09 17 Fund to pay Taxes 61 08 18 Current Expenses Lost Quarter f 21199 J G i vo description location value and how longowned all roalcstato ox cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years I 4fTotal71 64608 STATE OF KENTUCKY fI8Couunty bank the duly true tho close 30th 1903 and and has the and and 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theliability of Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly such Indebtedness exceeds 20 cent of capital stock actually In actual amount hank 2 How tinted In Item secured Stat 3 of Indebtedness of director or ofllcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 1O cent of paidup capital stock of Nose Section How Is fcccurcd 5 Does amount of Indebtedness of person company or firm In dulling In company or flan Individual members thereof ex ceed 30 rent of paidup capital actual surplus If so state amount of Indeb tedncHs I Amount of dividend 1750 00 7 all expenses louses Intercut taxes deducted therefrom fore declaring dividend than 10 rent of profits of period covered dividend carried to surplus before was declared Yet Section 046 08 1ti W H Porter Cashier Tho Berea Banking a located and doing business 1n of Berea in said county being sworn that tho foregoing report in all a statement the condition the said Bank at business tho day September the his knowledge belief further says that the business said bank boon transacted location named ols where J Subscribed sworn before by W H Porter W PORTER Cashier the day of October 1903 J J MOORE Director E T FISH Notary Public J BOIIDETTE Director J JOHNSON Director t To Dyspepsia indigestion no longer necessary to on toast Starvation produces weakness system becomes an to stomach Dyspepsia enables stomachand digestive fo digest assimilate of to eat is a failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia all stomach troubles digests eat stomach at East Drug Co Our Millinery Stock Includes largest variety of and- best Ladies Misses and Childrens Headgear now shown No matter price to wo can please Our experience in selected to choose Mrs Fish KY For Sale Cheap of in Rockcastle county half Scaffold Church It is a neighborhood churches within onehalf of a schoolhouse onehalf of to nearest orchards on a story six newly painted and papered barns outbuildings farm in good condition edgood 20 in mea pasture 65 for balance finely timbered have also 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Joyi of k the past Their halo of gladntts Is over me cast- r Gone gone nre the friends that I cher ished with pride All the playmates and schoolmates I knew i I see them no more they have goner fmm my side e They luwc all disappeared like the dew Like the dew of the morning when lightLM and they vanished from sight j And pone are the days which are counted beeti when courage ran high Days when purpose or plan being put to the telltIr Would ny Now courage Is lacking for efforts revere And moments for restful reposing are hire myJsMany pleasures and Joys have been mine The bright days of childhood with Inno cent play And the Icfsons of life to refine So changes the scene through each varying stasCIFrom the pleasures of to pleasures of age r rlltJ Now visions of hope my heart with delight As I come to the last of my days rIA May shadows depart May lifes sunset be bright And my spirit exultant In praise Tho beautiful earth Is not meant for ILp lifes goal The bright world above Is the home of the soul A mansion I see on the Ever Green Shore Tip the glorious home of the blest No sorrow no sin and no night any more There the penitent soul shall find rest 01 triumph supreme when lifes journey In ended A soul robed in white by the Saviour r commended A blessing I crave for the friends that I leave For my foes too If such there should be Forgiving all those who have caused me grieveItheres forgiveness for me I rest ncath the banner of merry un furled At peace with my God and at peace with the world John M Morse In N1 Observer 0 A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY TByCLINTON SCOLLARD 1Aulher sl HsafArm Tit Sea el a Tory tic 11 Ceiijtisbt by J Lippioccll All drag letertca I r CHAlTKK VCojmNUKD lie pushed back his hat and tor- line first time the moonlight fell full upon a countenance that if once eeen was not likely to be forgotten It was townybearded almost to the closeEel eyes and the effect wan at the same time fantastic and repel lantWVliiskersItoesiters lips uncon rciously framed the name by which thin man Hart Dawson was com mOIlI known among his ossocIateR itmemint of the younger vagabond with swift distinctness to a certain chilly night In the Arkansas bottomlands when lie with Hart Dawson and a pal of the latter had Bought shelter in a rough leanto Chance hind made the three compan ions and they had shared fortunes for several weeks In the heart of that bitter night Jtossiter had awak cued bitten to the bone by the cold to find himself alone the thick coat which he hud wrapped about him gone iu its pockets the few smaH coins which he possessed It was a nharp experience and while Kossitcr rMe Was not one of the sort to cherish a grudge he had reason to hear the man before him small goodwill Ills first impulse born of the keen recollection of the suffering of that night was to assail Dawson there f mid then and have revenge in some contelllptlbletrolled himself however and made ao effort to rise toping not to be recognized Hut the working of his lips and his very apparent emotion mnairLand not knowing what to expect t liossitcr felt compelled to get upon theyfacedaggressive blllkunt brutal the e s other tense with restrained passion alert antI sinewy UIa t me ejaculated Dawson his urexprofikive maintenance showing amazement and discomfort in so far as that was possible if it aint t Charlie jos This was the name eompanJonWell said the Jatter coolly what theirDawson qukiry recovered hfa corn poBiirc J dont teem glad to teo mc 7Ye h id greater pleasure come now Charlie whats the use o stnndlp oil like that with an- ole pal JVnnt me m much an it wits Lanky fllll ai done ye dirt Lets patch It up Youre bourul fer I urbury J taks jt where theve madeJ t tkwp ftr tie boas en are feeflln cm good grub nn so am I Lets toddle along together like friends Kossltcrs hands were clenched at his side A cold rage was growing on him nt the mans effrontery Where 1 am going he said Icily Is my own concern not ypurn The two measured each other steadily for several seconds their eyes upon n level for they were of equal height and then llawsonn glance shifted Ye always held yerself too cussed good fer common folks said he Youd letter move on Whiskers said Uosslter Their eyes met again and presently Dawsou drew back a pace and finally descended to the highway- Ye can go to Neil fer all o me he remarked and shambled off down the road towards the valley CIIAITKK VI THE NEW iHjinrurLEit As llossiter came out from breakfast the next morning which was Thursday he found Jack 1armelee waiting him I was lookin for you said Mr Mcrtons factotum Well go over ahead of the rest nn Ill show you how its done They crossed limo road together 1armelee swinging a hopilog Iu one hand You alnt a farmer said he eyeing Uossiter Not exactly answered the latter though Ive often done farm work Well thrre a Jam sight worse things than farmin You dont catch me shut up in n shop peddlln calico an jewjaws to a lot o fussyw o men Yes rtossiter answered the open air is the natural place for a man None o your town life for met said Parmelee Theres too much blamed none too many pesky people about Perhaps I should have been n farmer said Itossiter Im not particularly fond of racket and n crowd Youve lived in a town though thats plain enough to see Yes said Itossiter with a nod Tlowd you guess it Oh its easy to telL In the first place you dont talk like n country man They hAd reached the hopfield by this time and made their way to where the box in which ltosslt r had picked was standing Youll pull for these three boxes said Iarmelee indicating the one near them the one where the lle crafts had been and the halfbox which Hiss Merton and her cousin had used The girls wont trouble you much Theyre piekin for health or pleasure whichever youve a mind to call it- Parmelee now swung the strap of the hopdog about his neck antI after cutting the vines of one hill very close to the ground proceeded to show liossiter how the pole should be loosenedOh make It go said he having seen his pupil lift two poles withseeming Ease Itossiter was then instructed in regard to stripping the poles after the hops had been picked and in stacking them in Indian wIgwarn fashion by snaking a basis of four poles fastened together by a piece nt vine about three feet from the top antI then spread wide apart at time bottom Just as the lesson was over the pickers began to cross info tine yard Itossiter had said nothing to the liecrafts in regard to Ida new departure thinking It would be rather good fun to surprise them He was bringing a second pole to lay across the end where Mrs Ilecrnft and her daughter picked when the family approached Joe leading the nay lie observfd KottKiter and came to a dead stop What in thunder are you up to he demanded Cant yexu seer said llossiter Yonle got a new pole puller Well Ill be lowed Joe exclaimed while the others expressed their astonishment in various small outcries I thought youd never been in a hopyard before This is my first experience 1 as sure you said 1ossUer and then he informed them how the change had come about Well snake yow hustle cried Joe breaking ofTa long branch from the end of a vine and beginning to strip time hop Into the box Youll wish youd river seen a hoppolo be fore night HI risk St returned llnssiter goodnaturedly moving away to at tend the other pickers who were un der Us care Work had been gains on for nn hour or more whtn Miss Merton nnd Miss ensmore appeared in the field KiHishttr pjiieil them coming and had a pole ready for them when they reached their 1ox Both girls recog nlzw him by a slight Inclination of tine head Iud he replied to their capWevesee commented Miss Merton with a cer tain pretty air of proprietorship in everything that was going on 1 hope you wont find it so hard its Mr Oridley seemed to At this Instant Joe nNraft set lip a fhout of Hoppole Itosulter thanked her tor tier kindly wigKes and awayWhat polepnlprl exclaimed Miss Merton when ossiter was out of hearing Who hr he I wonder poIIt7Ing rt MtJIe I thought the one of yesterday yvus very attentive to our wants I Yes he was Jut there IB a differ r once even In polepullern Ml you notice the way this non took his cap MT Why you might have been bow- Ing to some one on Kenesoo street lly and by Jack Iarmelee paused a moment to chat with the two girls How does your new pole pnller get on way the first question he naked OhTTJeautifullyl responded Miss Merton Do you know his name Itossiter U what he mils him self That sounds rather ambiguous Do you think that Isnt Us name No Ive uo reason to think so llowd you get hold of 1I1m1 lie doesnt work about here I understood all the polepulleru were mien from near by Iarmelee then explained how he hall happened to employ Kossltrr lie came with the Hccnifts over yonder he needed indicating them with a noel mill people from Falls burgh Very likely ha a mill hand but I dont care what he is no longs he looks after you an the rest Were mighty chort o hclptII I de dare he concluded glancing into Miss Densinorcx box If you aint makln n picker Miriams nowhere I dont talk as much as Miriam does said Miss Densmore demurely You can cried that young lady only you wont I dont think its at all likely at sine can said lack Parmelee with a grlinanec Talnt possible But here he exclaimed suddenly I cant waste any more valuable time on you two and off he posted to a different part of the yard where a stentorian voice was bawling flop sack Itossiter thoroughly enjoyed minis tering to the wants of the two girls It had been manya long day since he had been thrown Into even the re motest contact with women of re finement anti though he had little speech with Miss Mertou and her cousin he had plentyof opportunity to observe them Occasionally the former addressed a remark to him or plied him with a question feeling free to do so an Mr Merlons daughter but he held himself scrupulously aloof unless his services were required and was careful to say nothing unless he was first spoken to Miss Merlons sunny temperament and guy spirits pleased and amused him but he found Miss Densmores personality far the more attractive Furthermore to him she was fairer to look upon Her complexion was remarkable for Its clarity Now and again when she was speaking In her cheeks n faint Hush like tins tint of the briarrose blossom would come and go Her eyes of the deepest blue met those of the person with whom she was conversing with an open and confiding glance Constancy was mirrored in them and they seemed like twin wells of purity and truth Orwllttt10tk of hair in which the sunbeams ambushed had a way of es caping from its confinement and TIlE OFTEN CHATTED FREELY WITH HIM crinkling across her brov lent a suit witchery to her face Her voice rippled in sweet modulations and her laugh which was never loud had in it a beguiling contagion Oettlri1 acquainted asked Joe IJccraft as Itossiter tarried inn In stunt by the box where the Itecruft family were busily engaged It was not the first remark of the sort that Joe hud Indulged in anti it jarred on Itossiter he hardly knew why Bee afts previous fin ntllinrh ties had not touched him In this way He was well aware that it was natur al for Ilecraft thus to express him self mind that what he said was meant wholly In good part but Inwardly he resented it and while he endeavored not to show this III his reply Joo was quick to see something teas wrong nsid thereafter was more careful know he referred to Miss Mer tOil mind Miss Densmore During the two days that followed Itossiter was quite as cautions us at first not to address ninny conversation to the two girls unless they invited It The freeandeasy life of the hop fields however soon made itself felt In their Intercourse and when Misn Merton and her cousin discovered that their polepuller was intellectu ally their equal whatever he might I1r frown a social point of view they often chatted freely with him during the occasional intervals when lie was nut busy and chanted to he standing near They began however to have considerable curiosity concerning him for despite his rough clothes It grew to he evident thnt he had some time been accustomed to a different environment front tint In which he waR now placed I dont believe hes n ntill hand nt all announced Miss Merton dur ing one of the talks the two had concerning him You speak an though you had an intimate acquaintance with the work ers in nulls Miss Densmore re jurned with some amusement Well mllljjantli dont SIck you up when you ralnqnota shsRespAIt and us though she regarded thin fti proof positive that she had stab fished her point Miss Mertoi branched off upon another theme hen Saturday Slight came hums siter proposed to toe Ilecraft that they should walk Into llintonville to gether llcfore starting lie tip preached Iarmelee Into whoso good graces he had rapidly advanced bj the admirable way In which lie hud performed Ida work and rcquesl that he bo paid the amount minis lIlY for his labor Its not nccordln to our custom said the jovial manager lint as lung ts Im pretty reusonuhlyacre it Isnt whisky youre wantlu to spend II for I dont mind stein that your accommodated With such a pair of shoes tine only ones I possess said lto slter point ing to dilapidated footgear It isnt very likely the moneyll go for drink lloth men tllrh Ill much pleasure from their walk They found the streets of the little town bright with purchasers mid strollers coma In from the country amid In the shop Itossiter saw a number of facet thnt he recalled from his old college days Attar having liquidated the small debt he owed Ilcerafl he Invested In n pair of stout shorn nt a sale that chanced to be in progress and also in a cheap razor and a few toilet articles He then had exactly a dime remaining Just enough for two beers he exclaimed pitching the little silver disk Into the air and catching it as it descended lee protested against his spending his last cent but Itossiter insisted that It was his treat no the two went Into tine bar room of the Hlti tonvllle House where the desired beverage was speedily forthcoming As Itossiter placed Ida empty glass upon the bar a bacchanalian college ditty which he ucd occasionally to roar through the streets with a few choice and congenial spirits a ditty which embalmed the name of n for mar proprietor of the llintonville House unrrcalled for years went lilting through his brain Down to lowers Wf will to Let the tiger freely now Thru cllni to and frt Hack to Alma Main It had a very rakish sound but It list never meant much snort than the natural outburst of the exuberance of youth With the recollection of tie college song mime the thought of tine col loge timid he decided that osi the morrow he woul + sunkc n pilgrlLtnge to the scenes of his student days Accordingly Sunday murningnon after lie hud breakfasted h slipped away and set out The autumn trm hind not yet opened anti he knew be should have the campus practically to himself Itenchlng llintonville he left the tillage square behind find turned westward along the rxtenxivu mapleshaded street that led to the base of the hill on the crest of which the college buildings wrre nituatd Upon the old stone bridge spanning the swiftly flowing Oskcnonto ha paused as he hind so often done lie fore to watch the dac ing water the swaying willows anti tine chang Ing light nnd shadows Then lie went on up the long steep vlupc ITo U Continued STORY OF MARSHALL A IIra n r Iu nirbiuonil Who Mlfc hair the Clilrf Jostle Iu Ills Illdent Ki t nrrn nirnt Sot unlike some other great mein Chief Justice Marshall gave little at tention to dress or to personal puV chrltudc although his face wns un usually hanilKorne A story in told ala young IIIRSI who had recentlyre moved to Itlchmond This niwcomri saw in the snarket n rustylooking old roan snaking his way slowly through the entrance and walking up to hula abruptly nuked him if he would not like to make u ninepence 11llIrr1 Ing n turkey innate for mini The old man quietly took tilt turkey and walked behind the newlyarrived citl ren without n word until the latter hind reached his own gate CntchI snit the young man town lag n nlne pence to his hireling The old nom taught the silnepence nod as he turned to walk way n grin tlciunn pasting by honed deferen tially to hint Vlio lit tint shnbby old fellow nuked the turkey buyer The chief justice ff time United States twos the reply Impassible Ktanuuerrd the blun derer Why did he lining the tur key why To tends you n les oii In good breeding Interrupted the gentleman He will give the money IIU j before he gets home hut harm doubt he Is enjojilng the joke you have so condescendingly given him LIpplneottH Magaine Her Tlir f hinges A young nnd pretty woman entered Charing Cross teiej1iph ofllei the other tinyanys tine London AiiMverx and wrote out h dispatch to be sent lo ntrmlnghnm She rend it over rt Heeled for n moment nud Ven dropped on tine floor and wrote n eeo und This sine nlsu throw dory but tens satisned with the third nIl sent It off The three telegrams rr iil Never let me hear fr ssti you again J No one expects you 11 return 1 Come home dearest Is for given Nunilel n lo the Lne Deporting Hoarder Im sorry we couldnt get along lint I Jmpe you an willing to let bygones bi b oneHIJjsnillnily Woes that bcuril bill Mr loper Straj Stojlca e A Sweet Tooth la responsible for many aches and pains Out whatever tho cause of do rAYrIt should bo nrrfRtcd end the Teeth put in good condition We clean flll or extract teeth without ain to the patient Our fine sots of teeth nt Vi made on xylonite or rubber arc absolutely per feet Wo guarantee the in Teeth extracted 2fctnbl The best amalgam filling 70 cents Special accommodations for patients front a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Offir nr to fart Ky SWIFT 1OppUSPatent a 0 C For a pleasant physic take Cham berlains Stomach nod Liver Ta biota Easy to kite Pleasant iu effect Kor sale by S E Welch Jr IlItalodrriid talaio wants fur mNRichmond FontraIYLS trrfrrrarebONEcJiasAlneh TELEPHONESCoegkt f Tjtttt pair of Ibonrt in ltt4 ad part4 au w r Inv IxtAuiialbtlinrtiDirio tatktr the BKrutrjr too pminuskua1 tuNpmeloutat lest lleoluf rattmlet11111 hiweal urn CefWi- tarlr awl In HIMCAIAX C TAFKI t ru- Kurnyyulao ELrfalrat 9MOWJiirrlir Iuojn l0 LofttviLLK Kr Tli Salt that heal without leaving a tear is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied lo sunny Salvo but DeWiUn Witch Hazel Salve in the only Witch Hhel Salve wade hat contains the pure unadulterated witch If any other Witch Hazel Sake is offered to you it ie a counterfeit KC Do Witt invented Witch Htzel Salvo cud DeWitti Witch UBTC Salve is tine best salve in the world for cute burns bruises tet ter or blind bleeding itching mud protruding piles Sold nt Hast End Drug Co n REPAIR THAT LOOM Beren College has secured a market for homeapun and homuworon goofs such aa bod coverlids linen dress lineejr jeans blankets etc at follow dug prices Covorlids t4 to Jfl Linen 10 lo f0 cents n yard Dress Linsey couU a yard Jeans CO cents n yard DlHukotfi natural brown wool or bark d few fil n pair Whito Jimmy and white bluuketf rro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 rnrds 72 inche wide and JJ yards DO iuchos long All dyes used must tx old faHliioneil Lame mnde dyes tnywoman who wants to Bell cover his or homespun to Heron Collect thould find out what the College wants before beginning to woavo 01 spin For InforuiHtipn apply in per tun or by letter Ic Mrs Hettic W Graham Htiwi Ky flnlnril Party IOIIIHU In Tlilrlj Sn y For several Months our younger brother had been troubled with indi gcation Ho tried sevoral remedies but got no relief from them Wo pur cLoset some of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TublctB and ho commenced tubing them Inside of thirty Jays ho had gained forty pounds in flesh lIe is now fully recovered We have n good trade on tine Tablets Longr MONUMENTSI Urn Hxditonit Itituirf Onnitnd Marble Work of all kinds Bona iu arworkmanlike tiinnner nt rtm enable price and with dispatch All work guaranteed bj r GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky bmtr of Miln sad ITollliiiMirtli lacy Mollimitf 1leO1inlun- Mrs Iilmer of Cordova Iowa snyst One of my children was subject to croup of u severe typi and the giving of CbHiuberlnius Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers In this neighborhood think the EJitno du about Lin remedy and want uo other kind for their children For snlo by S E Welch Jr c DR M E JONES 4 Dentist Jt Office Over Printing ufficfI Office Days Wednesday to rnh of the week- GARi1ET HOTEL Newly KiUodup Moats Hoard nod pricesSecond I1ouj Ilichmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop tthuIWho would good health ehotild watch for tlilt fit symptoms of worm and remove them with Whites Crwttn Vermifuge U in thin children best tonic It gets digestion at work BO that their rood does them good hUe they grow up healthy and strong tfid at the East End Drug Co Without Harness The beet hoiio in th world is of lltj- ll use fittlOflllturn8land ornnmenlnl- It style m desired our 510 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to dot It in light handsome nod very durnhlo considers1ion 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil requirement CouldntIbe 8trouior if it woe nil Iron T J IobcrlycoRichmond Ky U e II loss Itlglit to ells Ppol When pain or irrilnion extols oil ally part of tho body tho application of ItallnrdH Snow Liniment Will give prompt relief It KOCH rght to tho spot said nu old man who TOt rub hug it in to cure his rheumntism CI UOIISl1lcultlmBnllards Snow Liniment In my fumi ly for several yonr mind havo found it to be n fine remedy for nil aches nodypains ont I recommend it for u the throat nud chest 2fro COci lUll at tho East End Drug Co OGG CO GROCERIES and i DRY GOODS frullt and Vigetabli a Spccliltr Sole alnt for Dinner Guam Bread OPPOSIIi lURDKUftS MILL n C03PS FOR FATTENING Miry lnnlilr Poultry ltnlrrn to tlnulilr llir Vrlulil of KintU In n Miurl Tliury Although thu cramming machine In tJa hnndi of nn e IItrl will probably give ttet bctt n gulls lu finished product final UJOs lor lattenlnK chickens will be found the most profitable by most tihcriu salver Them ccops arc usitl very largely In Ilieland and huvo been fciiitid cuccefifully by the Canadian rovi rlllll ilL The accan parrying Illus Inttlon shows n Poop divided tutu three jiarls which will hold a dozen chickens Fhtle sop are built of lath and one lUcU nijuirv vleces for the framework thATTKU KATTKNINO COOP Each part Is two feet Ions 1C Inches wide and 20 Inches high which rxp rlmeuti Lave vbown lo be the beet size The COOIH are placed out of dora In the tbadf lthtr under trees or In an upen th d but In tevcr weather thouti to Noted In a cluMd building A small Vttbape trough U nted to hold the tci4 nod water Is eupplid In a rup which may be fattened to the slats Yovmu rhlrkens from four to six months of fife are commonly used for fattening About four are placed In u cOp where they are fid three tlmii dally as much us theyvflII eat of ground rraln chiefly oats At or nor the end tif Ihn period of fattenlni which lull Irom four to six WI eks n little tallow li udd d to the fled which at all times li n Ueil with skim milk In n trial with 160 chickens Prof James W Kobluion of Canada found that they a in cut doubled ID weight In 10 days of feeding For every 1IOIIIId iif IDeruIH In live weight they consumed V44 ptnimis of ground oats and C4J pounds eklm milk At cue dollar per KO jtountjs for ground ewlR and 20 refit ply 100 pounds skim milk the rust watI- le any C cents pe r pound gain for tied onlyWhile the ircnase In weight was ninny ICC i errint this gain win mostly nf flmh Three chlcVens dretfrd before fattening neighed with feathers off tight pound and eight ounces their tonua weighed one pound two ounces and the edible meat two pounds six nunn After this pvrlod of fattening three chickens of the same quality at the rtart weighed with feathers off IC pounds four Dunns and the edible meat raven Intends six ounces Not only was their a rain ef about 200 per rent In edi J ble meat but It was of much better qual t ty If nil fowls when failed for the market are confined for a month In cf thin kind and fed In a similar nanner they will return a much higher prlri and gnater profit Orange Judd Farms r JFATTENING CHICKENS fla Pw1nl Clearly imbllahv4 br 11 Mdurled by MMNdln Cr1 litprrlir Tic results of experiments lu fallen li K chickens for market la Canada aro Klvcn an follows by the chief of that dlvlKlon Me says That purebred or hlghgrad rlilrkttjs eau be reared more cheaply In limo faltniliiK crates and prevent n bet tcr market appearance than do com won cUilckcns or cnib chickens That there Is moru profit lu placing trtllatlt chlckineuu the market liutn In niurfcitlng lean chickens I fIat four months old Is the most jiniDinble UKC nt which to market l rhlchons 4 That heavy chickens nro not gen sally ns salable as medium weight ones 6 That the type of ililekon desired JV Canada or Great Uritnlu Is a young rdniap bltfl with a broad full breast wtilioKuilarrd fish white or yellow cot Tugs without feathers or spurs and 1sith n fimijll head C That crate fattening of chickens the faritmrfl1 business that It docs not rernsiT u large outlay to fatten 100 or 200 chickens that the flilckcni are feel Inn troughs and that machlno feeding Is tAd Tit cw sary- nntilnm Hen llnliro Sunkra Several aaelta ago one of tho reel ilcnts of flmuky Hollow found 11 adders iff under a decay + d tump and placing tlrem under a bantams hen awaited rcsuKn In due lime tho clucking mother hutched out 13 b taped adders Time brood kii differ ent from the lwwny darlings which she hall pmrivurty reared bat this faithful bantam arxvpted her tract and did the host she oould under thin clr cumntanccs flcv ra5 of the strange tcod fell it prey to tho famlty tnt sad others rt vded from civilization and took to the ux ds tint six of them era hill following the panted bantam Qbout the premises In the daytime and at nltrbt sleeping in the straw nest In which J Key were hatched The wrlrelliiB btmd have bccouj AUm clently domudi aped to respond to the lucklrg oI lflf osier mQfheL N Y jdf aid 3 ABOUT GUINEA FOWLS Ioliila Tlml Mmnlil lie Itmmbr 4 by All 1Vho Are Rtsauad In- Ilnllua lieu Guinea fowls have dark colored flesh but It Is very palatable Inbreeding results In rendering the birds tender and reduces tkeir size Th young of lrdi given their free dom are hardy and will follow their mother as soon almost as they are out of tho shell at least they are pood trampers after they are a day old The young live on bugs and feeds dlfcoveitd for them by the mothers In the early laying season the birds will lay their eggs any wheruand several will deposit their eggs In this same locality When about to sit they seek si p nratlon and lay a dozen or more eggs In a hidden nest where they incubate them The guineas differ from common fowls In that the males are as anxious about the brood as Is the hen and helps take rare of them during the tiny Ume for caking them at night Guinea hens and their brotxs forage In body the old males helping to keep up the laggards of the line At night each mother collects her own brood The young at a very early age learn to roost In the trees even before they ran reach the branches by flying They half fly and half run lip the trunk of the tree Guinea eggs are very fertile and a large percentage of the birds hatched the If they are permitted to run wild with their mother Like the turkey the gulnra prefers the open tree top to the secure poultry house FEEDING NEW CORN Too Irrr tar of Ite frllll III trnrna lure Caiiilllliin I acre la lintel Illarair The late condition of the corn crop last year reiilltE In co much of It llnc toft and not In condition to lcep doubtkn will cause many to lo very shod of old corn thlll ear Such a condition foster the heavy feeding of very new corn We wick to rnnllon against a too free mice of the new crop In an Immature condition or for that matter after It gets fairly well ripened tip An all during this time very palatable and contains mtliclent moisture to make It very easily con turned the tendency In for an animal to iverettt This Is specially true of the hog whose ration usually consists more largely of concentrates than is the case with other animals The present price nt corn will doubtlrrs have a very bene ficial effect In thin direction It will be much taster Id allowance time hog than It would be It corn wire low In price This relatively high pries of corn will also simplify the problem by lessening the objection o time purchase of substl tote fc dR to tile as n part of the ration Feed the new corn quite sparingly at first H nvretiiary to begin while It In tie ralllioreven In the dough stage It H 10 good plan to feed the whole plant and let them eat what they will of the fodder Then Increase the feed gradually and tm careful to never overfeed and w belleva you will have gone a long way toward preventing an outbreak of disease In the herd rralrlt Partner FOR TilE HORSE STABLE Ibis tn Mnke it rlfIVetlnr nos Tliat IretNl no Inornni 14 if rodder By building a feed box at described herewith waste of feed may be prevented the feed cannot be bolted thus It can be thoroughly masticated A hot 24x12x10 Inches In fitted with a dividing ncru Imox ron STADIK elide bused b with peg cud holea for elevating or lowering to regulate run of grain from grain partition Cg to feed partition C Hoard b slants 23 degrees from perpendicular The horse fic nbox afeeds from space fwhlcl serves alto for feeding ear corn roots etc when space comalnn grnln fiy re movliiR filhle b an oidlnary feed box I- shadM I nrlrb In Farm nUll Home nnillrrn Mini llnnnlPr Some poultry farmers claim that they ran make more innnoy In rats ling roasting fowls for market than they mil with broilers On the oilier hand there are pbultrymcn who say time prodtn arc decidedly In favor of broilers Much dvpcnds upon the markets In xomo sections of time country broilers would 1iavo very little ease vhllo In other iiootlons there Is Ii great call fur them Where time mar let U favorable to roasting fowls say Tour to six pounds lu weight It Is moro prolltabVe to raise the latter II tho extra potindH In weight over time knit two cost considerably less on sfc count of the pin being quickly made VThoro It Is poaMble both broilers and roasters should be raised as to lit all classes of tradeClnclnnatl TrIll nte4 Dont lft full 1tillMv The habit of allowing cults to follow the mores while at work or on the road should b dlsrouraetd Thus practice has been lime cause of more trouble and an noynnrvu than could herein be chronicled Many t flno colt has been ruined from being itught in the drag link harrow or plots Ou the other hand not a few rlln cva i awl sinashups have been caused by the nitre fretting on account of the colt attempting to follow some strange train Whenever taking a mare to the field or to town leave the colt In came secure place where It can get exercise mind shade and the comfort attending such pntfUce will always be Appreciated when Oncf trUdr Twffltiftfi Century fl1ruer THE SUNDAY SCHOOL leann In llir Inlrrnnllonnl Merles rr Ortiilicr 11 11111111Iuruahrachh lien 11 TUB IKB8ON TBXT t Samuel 7MC And It rune to lots that night that the word of the Ioril came unto Nathan titnge and tell my rert ant UnvlcJ Thus snub the Lord Shall ihou Luld me an house for me to duel In 6 Wlifrtn have not dwelt In any house ilnre the time that I brought up the chum dnn of Israel out of lit1 even to this day Lut have ualktd In u lent and In a iHberuuile In till the pJncf whenln I have walked with nil the fhlldrtn of luratl epakt I a word with any of the trllieaof Israel whom couunundtd to iced my people Israel saying Why build e not Ale un house uf cedurT t Mow therefore 10 hull thou say unto Sly fttrvuiit David Thu Fulth the lurd ut Iloets took thee from tile rhr K6e from fulcmlrK the heap to tt rultnvtr il ptopir ever liraii- And was with ihte wMtteniever thou wentert and have out ult all thne rnHnlta out of shy eight and Ian aide tlir it Krrui name ilke unto tie nknlr tf the itrtiit mill ihut lire In tIc earth VUrrovtr win appolpt a place1 for My people Israel and will plant tllm that they may dwell In a place tf their own and move no mote neither jlull the rhl dun cf wlckidntft afflict them any more Lffureilme- II And rinre the time that I command ed Judge to be over ily people liiraei and have caused thie to rot from all thins tit mlfs Alto the Lord telltth thee that lie nhl make thee an houie Ard when thy dA1 be fulfilled and thou hull steep with thy father I will set up thy iced nflerthre which shall pro ciid cut or thy bowels and will tslabltli his Kingdom 3 lie shall build an house for My name and I will mnbllh the throne of his kInK dom lor ever I will be his father and he hai M sun If he romtnlt Inlciulty t will chattin him with the rod of men and with the strtpee of the rhlldten of men It Hut My merry thai not depart Away from him an took It from Saul whom I put away brtore thte- li And thin house and thy kingdom shall be extabllvhed for aver belne tree thy throne ttinll be established for river illllli TiT Thy tliriuir shall Lr itnlill lirit forrverr SKIM TllJ OITIINK OF fiCUIITiI SECTION mpeSammim3Judbavlds lratrS81n 7l a- Head altv the parallel account In rlron nso IVam which a ryinu kl prune in the same itruln- NUTH8 jND fOMJIKXTS David Plans to Build a TlIlIflleln furtherance of his detlre for thorough and lasting revival of religion In the Jewish nation David had It In lls heart to build to God a magnified temple He had conquered all of Israels enemies now was the time to lay the cornerstone of peace and prosperity He txprctted this desire to Nathan the prophet who In now mentioned for the first time no card Nathan do all that la In thine heart for the Lord Is with thee God Forbids himhut the lint 1m previous of even the best of men can be erroneous to Nathan discovered that very night Praiseworthy as the task might seem It was not for David to perform Now It lo be noted that GoJ dote not lure give the reasons why David should tint build time temple but inertly says have not dwelt In any house since the time that I brought up the children of Israel out of Egypt even to this day but iave walked In a tent and In a tabernacle A reason however is rVen In Chiron 228 to the effect that It was not entirely fitting that a man of war and upon whose hands was the stain of Mood should build a temple to time God whose message was one of peace It may also be that the time for thin project was not quite ripe Davldt work wu one of organization and while he had conquered the enemies of Israel It Is more than likely that he hind not yet put the kingdom upon that firm basis which would perpetuate It after his own death Faul was the first king but he was not equal to the task of organization This fell to David This latter reason II hinted at In the promise of God that He will perpetuate the house of David and that lo his ton will fall the task of build ingtime temple In this connection comes the promise to David Thy throne Mini established forever Davids Prayer This Is n prayer of gratitude How humbly David asks If It was small timing that thou least brought or guldfd me hitherto ltnl cd from a shepherd to be king of a conquering nation Surely this was no small thing In Itself lint that his throne should he established forever words foiled to do Justice to the grati tude he felt No wonder David ex clnlmed Wherefore Thou are great O Lord God for there Is none like Thee neither Is there any God beside Thee ac cording to nil that we have heard with our faro Not alono for time personal blessing did David give thanks but that Thou hast confirmed to Thyself Thy people Israel to be n people Into Thee forever Current Interpretation I think writes Prof Willis F Iltecher In S Time emphasizes time thought tint David ou shall build the temple which David himself Is prohibited from building And certainly this thought had time greatest Importance to David Hut this Is scot where the account Itself places time emphasis U devotes one clause v 13a to the building of the temple by Davids seed and a dozen clauses Ot blC 19 5429Oo the perpetuity and eternal dominion of Davids seed and the reIn tions between this eternally operative promise to David and Gods earlier promise to Israel It makes the latter co much more Important than the build ing of the temple that David does not even mention the templo when he goes In before the Lord vs 18U9- Iliuiix 0 hunt flinsta Morning prayer sets a picket for the dayLiving with Christ makes the Chris tian The waste of time cows the weeds of may be eclipsed but it never ceases to shine Patience and earnestness are pars words to succers you cannot ring a longmeter profes lIon to a shortmeter practice WLxtever gives man the galeH hop pjnei sJv s God the most Jpy ICANADA PLANS EXPEDITION Irrimrr a totend KIOIIOO to Jnln- Cuolrid ol IIsherles 1ft DIIII- Iliiulril tiy Amrrlrun The supplementary csilmtcs which the Canadian government has under consideration contain an Item of 150COO for an expedition to Hudsons Lay The Dominion Koverniunt wants to take control of the flcherles there and also take urinal possession of a certain is land In the hay So far that portion of the Dominion has been left to look alter Ittelf and the result hat been that the Americans have been making a very good thing out of the fisheries for many years past The result of time expedition will be to drive the Americans out Some time ago a vessel was purchased by time Dominion In Newfoundland Commander Spain visited Newfoundland and made time purchase and also engaged a cap lain and crew who were familiar with navigation In and around the hay A P Low of the geological survey who tins explored the Utljrador region nail spent considerable time In the Un jan district and along the Hudtons bay coast will have charge of the ex pedition So far the details of the fX pedltlon which are being arranged between the department of the Interior and the fisheries department have not been given out officially and probably will not be given until the vole Is asked for In parliament BULLDOG REFUSED TO DIE After HrliiK Fhnt mstaiciI nail llurlril Ilio Anliunt llrliinm- lo IIU Old Iliiiur A few lays ago time family bulldog that was Rtipiio cd to lie burled In agrave at the back of time liuure walked Into the dining rooui and waged his tall at its mistress Mrs Jeremiah Kalvey at WIll sled Coon Of Into the animal on ac count of age had become easily Irritated and would snap at anyone on the slight est provocation Early In the week It was decided to kill the dog and he was shot The bullet only wounded the dog The next day to put him out ot his miler he was given poison That seemed to finish him and time body was burled In the rear of the Kalvey homesead The grave was about a foot deep The other day Mrs 1alvey met the bullilogI In the yard and she ccreajicd fright She went to time grave and saw all the evidences that the dug had dug his way up to the topof the earth It has been decided to lei him live for the pres entROYAL HORNPLAYER PLEASES 11111rlln1 of lie anti tStlcr lain uliJrrts nt OMrn Ilium nt Munich Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Ua vans who Is a physician a mush inn and a nephew of the regent of Ha aria has told the Hungarian writer Deslder Somomry that he IR a prince who never surfers from weariness to to the Prince Regent theater every morning he said and take part In the rehearsal I find that sub mitting myself to the sharp discipline of lime director amusing rather than depressing After leaving the rehearsal occupy myself until three oclorK In attending to my patients and fur filling my duties as a doctor Then must go off to time theater and play In the orchestra The spectacle of the prince playing the horn one of the sights of the Munich opera bouse Iliirill Nit KIIJII ittilr One- it Is said that Trends Joseph may throw up the job as king of Hungary says time Chicago Dally News as the Hungatlans are giving him too much of u Karageorgevitch of a time MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept SO CATTLE CCummutm J2 00 n 2 75 Heavy steers 4 25 Iii 4 75 CALVES Extra 25 i 50 HOGS Ch packers HI ft 25 Mixed packers Ii 20 El ti 25 SIIKEI Extra S 15 qt 3 2- 5LAJIDSLxtra 5 25 Q 5 35 KIOtH Spring pat 4 4jj 4 90 WHKAT No 2 red 085t iNo 3 winter 83 CORN No 2 mix d tfl 4S OATSNo 2 mixed fl UVK No 2 4t 1- 211A1Ncw timothy 013 50 IOHK Clear family ujj13 tIAHO Stonm 7 C- 3UUTTEU Ch dairy W 221 Choice creamery 0 23t AlIlKS Fancy 260 J 2 75 POTATOES1er bbl 2 00 S 2 25 TOIiACCO Now 3 0 00 Old Qi13 W Chicago FlOUU Winter pat 3 90 Iii 4 10 WHKAT No 2 red 7G14ij 7S No 3 spring 73 i COILSNo 2 mixed 45 OATS No 2 nixed J3 3- 5HY4No2 58 IOHK Mess 11 SO X11 90 LAltD Steam 8 00 S 25 New York FIOUU Win strts 3 75 Q 2 9- 01VIIIiATNo 2 red ti 82y CORN No 2 mixed Q 53 OATSNo2 mixed 41 IlYK Western O Ct- 1OUK Mc s II 00 4pl4 75 1A1U Steam S 45 4i S 50 Baltimore IVIIiATNo 2 red 791 COHN No 2 mixed jj 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 4s 40 CATTLK Steera b 00 0 5 25 HOGS Western W 7 00 Louisville WHEATNo 2 med 0 85 COHN No 3 mixed p 51y2 OATSNo 2 mixed j 38 POHKMess 414 00 LAUD Steam 4l S 75 Indianapolis 811SCORNNoOATS No 2 mixed s 37 NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM12 Weeks SCHOOL EXllNSE9due first dBl of term College Acad i An Sclcc Jlolrt Lat Norm Normal Schools A Uram Incidental Fee fO 5M 451 850 Iles dial Fee V i5 2S HooU pa tr- etlrnateI 255 2i5 125 25 Total ichKl Expense Oro f03 600 400 For Piano stenography and other extras see Special Kxpvmei Ulow LIVING EXPEKSESBcaid due In advance by month Room rent by term hoard room fuel mid lights 121 for fall and iprlng Iii a wrek t2l for winter term filQ week lloird In the vlllfgc allowed In approved places Ttrlrs In price according to acconmo datloiiii urnlilml AiMing three flYing eiju ct to Khool ex pens s we huh To be paid the first day Including then dcpoilt In Collegiate iHpnrtroeDt J JOJO Academy and Utm Normal 11920 Applied Science Normal end A irammorl2 del School 81530 In winter 1181 more breach Ko ttudcnt can Ut rccclrcd who fails to make this advance pay went Total Ordinary Expenses for Weeks lIe teen te In Collrglalc Department 30 Academy anti Latin Normal 129 Applied Science Normal and Oillmmar Model Schools 8J5 In winter truce dollars pore for each Student paying bard end room rent In full for a term at the beginning receive a discount of Oily cenl- Sludwl duly excused before the ender n term receive Lack IIn equitable portion of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocil or Special Theory leons I bour clan of three 1700 Organ Violin etc Jleuont cluurf three 600 StenoKraphjr or Tji cwritliiir per terra Clan wont In Harmony 300 tkcof Piano or Ty cwrltcr J hr a day lo- Ctllo nllhradar 700 Bent ol lode Library per term Chemical Laboratory according to mateilal and brcakace about 300 Physical and illcrofcopical laboratories per term 100 Matcrlalcln drawing pet term fi Examltiattoaexcept on appointed days 2i dC 11 IIh diploma 500 KENTUCKY BUILDING IIEXPEnIENC TRADE Mantis Anyone sending sketch and decrmMlnn map Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention probably DutcnUhle Ciimmunte tionstrlclllcnnOdentlalllandbnnknoiateatasent Patent taken through Mnnti A Ia rchefftrttti Milt without In the t Scicndflc American- handsomely Illnstrattd weekly Lnremt exr jenUllon of any dentine bourn Terms U a eodbydlndeaisrIkUNN raoeb OfflMb r IL Wtaet 2 fa 1 LOUISVILLE IRAilROAD TIllie Table In Effect My 24 1903 41attyLeaveArrive Hichmonil H F 2 n m Arrive Paris 505 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7KOn m DallyLeaveArrive Richmond l2Tj p m Arrive Paris 8 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p mJ tinilyLeaveArrive Livingston205 p ow KullfLeaveArrive Livingston1280 m Trains No and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jollico and the South with No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREE iCOPVRICHTO NASHVILLE School children tad puhllo popularfa I tents each ten cast it one lime All moony over end above trip of temcb enlo erection of the KentucKyliulldlngittaeHx ofknowinghave been alrayontererognillon Contest eon ducted auspices of KJncatlonat Com of EaldbiU- Aaociattontheorganizalloa formed to raise Jion nu for a Kentucky UulMlu and full POtduelsprollllatlou pubIc1IIIUtlOalprokltalltahtbit Names ol all school children be enrolled la the Kentucky Bnlldlng at the Itipo sltlon Kentucky will hare an educational exhibit occupying iv equate feet In UK U to be the ctent IntutewortdId r ReIYIcoaalypopular- Tug number veies ITOTES TriU BE TE3 ana RICH TEX COSSTTTtrma A BILtOT- At ten cents each ne chool child la the RUle will be able to rat at least one volt for ktai or her favorite teacher l1ul the YOUIlIrWW Dot be coDflJled to lCbocl children fulI3TS OF PCTIL8 ft ANT OF TIER FRIEX08 KIT TOTE The pnrpose of the Attoch tlon belnr toclect the moat popular schoolteacher In each county is to cuuildered by the puhlia cenenlly as well as by the K ll4n Ballon contain ten spaces no clubs of ten pupils may be atranced and cacb givin ten cents be credited with his or her vote If one de sadtemitytug c spaces for voters names may be len blank The Association wanta however to enroll thai Xeentnckynuildin It at Louis Desl tar the ame o child whocutoneormore votes lau the contest ruplls Ire a teJ therefore bugs Ihetramaplalnlytotheballots- ALL f EXPENSES OF VIE TEiCnERS Tnili IB FAIB br the Aatoclatlon This will Includ railroad transportation from Louisville to tit Louis and return board at one ol the best hotels lav the dty for sU days and sdmlstlon to theezposition grounds for six days TBHEE nnTirs TTILL BE MADE rp raox THE vosx porurin iricnEss to mate the trlpt more profitable and more enjoyable Jtachofthese parties will conllt orforly hol teachers Thla would mate a total of UO teachers butaethere countln hi eulucky the AllOCta lion his decided to show two teachers the most popular sod the second most popularlo gs from that county Jefferson ezcepted which casts the numbcrof votes wlIh6veoralxtimesiasVotes be cast for non who taught school during tour er Is teaching now Thl or December the opportual livelewealfloeoalsvt6onths scperioilIchclosedInNovember AST Ktrannrt OF BITWTS MAT DE CIST AT ORE TIME There le limit The borddols tars sent lu for any one teacher tbo more votes he er she will be creditul vlth- ONBDOLLAKCASTB TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES TITREB DOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTES POUR DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTES CASTS IITV VOTES TeN norLARS CASTS A HUNDRED OTS ONIi HUNDRED VOl LARS CASTS ONB THOUSAND VOTES Allot the money received in this contest over Iud sbovetbat USed in defraying eipencesol the u mot teachers of the elate on their trips to the Worlds go for the erec lion rfaEeatuckyIlulldlng tt the exposition so oltr in this contest may have the addi koowmR tlat be has a worthy ague TIE STA5DIXO OF THE COXTESTiXTS WILL DE PRINTED In each county to show his or her friends how the race Is being run Beca voting now for r vollte school teacher Thevctes will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee of the Aifoclatlon The personnel of this committee Is as follows 1rof U G BroW Ioula vllle Chilttuam rrof II V Frankfort Prot R P llalleck Louisville 1rof w H Louisville Prof I Paul Andersen Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pres Went Ulillam Dinwiddie Jackson Dr W 0 Frost He tea Dr n Hunloon Louinvllte iDr n YMulltni Loultville Arthur Yager Georgetown Superintendent A Idy lezIPEIOII Superintendent 8 L IfrocceiF nkfcrtt Trot CJ cnbbe Ashland Prof Mcllenry Rhoads Owensboro T S Alley rlOf C CherTy Prof Ilno- dItrnorLouisville Sills PttiS1111LoutsvlletSirs it Bracken L0l1lnll1e and Mr n Tucker Louisville Members cf the Educational Committee are not eligible to election in this contest IItUElREn Etnr COtrfTt ELECTS ITS OWN PATORIT TtCHEn COmpetltlon helweee counties only applies to the race for the tenth trip the county outside of JeSerson casting the iargeettotalnpmberof votes being granted the distinction of sending two tescbeis ronrralnIIloryarranged each teacher chosen being gren June or August 1I4ln which be or she wants to make the trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH Awe1 01asthe most popular teacher in county ONB DOLLAR ENCLOSED 100 100- Oo 10- 0IO O- atea to 10 100 names but the Assodatloa wants all school chlldrca Otlnctodosoaaltwillenrolltbcmlmtk xt stay 8nlldlag Voter hue the option direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the Irom which clipped Addltloall Ml1ou ml be ohlded ills Mea or l paper permlance ray be made by eertlae eatei rrgbtercd ItUb I act podagq express ot postal money flrlSer or Jn currtacr at itUtf Ilrti Ad4r all K JC MOOfHRi to LysrF Subscribe for The Citizen I r c THE CITIZEN +II1lIl1 Iitl1EiIli liI I r Berea and Vicinity t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IIIII+IHI I I H +III+H IIHHIII H+I+H+IIHIIHIHr J John Tatum has been removed to hospitalMrs V Dodge attended the Stato W C T U convention at Lan caster this week as a representative oft the local union r Dr James Hockadays horse Rex Peavine took second under the saddle I and a purse of 500 at the Louisville I Horse Show this week d Pastor H M Shouse of the Bap tist church left Monday for a two weeks vacation trip through New f York and other eastern States Mr and Mrs Chas L Hanson are rejoicing over the arrival on Tuesday of an pound girl She has been I ichristened Cathern Marie Gertie White aged six years died Tuesday at her sisters Mrs Laura- Greens on Centre street Funeral yesterday followed by burial in Berea cemetery i Grover Fish who has been ill at the hospital for some weeks with typhoid lever is now convalescent and the indications are that he will be out r ngain poo- nRevs1 K Pasco and A E Thomson attended the State Con gregational Association which met in- Corbin last week Rev Thomson I preached the opening sermon The Glade Democratic Club will hold a meeting Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock in Hanson Hall The will be W R Shackelford J tCChonault and B W Miller- A F Hensey will come over from Kentucky University at Lexington and occupy the pulpit at the Second l 2 church Sunday Pastor H J Der thick will preach at the Glade f Christian church On or about Sept 1 1903 I took up one black pig unmarked weighing J about 30 pounds Owner may have same by proving property and paying charges for care etcJ A ADAMS Richmond pike Chas Flanery was discharged from tho hospital Monday after being there I several weeks with a threatened at tack of blood poison due to a brier scratch on the leg He will still havo to use crutches for a few days longer Mrs Lou Hanson is away for H three months visit with her brothers r Frank and Fred McCollum and at the home of I H Gary near New York City She visited her brother Burt McCollum at Geneva Ohio enroute r Prof L V Dodge delivered an i address at Beattyville last Thursday t on the occasion of the opening of the Normal and Industrial College for p colored students Leafed there of LJwhichProf W H Parker is Presi Berea Telephone Co is ex itendingits service to now subscribers j continually Recent additions are r Mrs Jennie L Hill No 28 Rev A f f E Thomsen No 37 Hardin Golden No 43 and Miss J A Robinson nor permanent number as yet Mitch Preston has a curiosity on his Jot in the shape of a freak apple tree 1uponwhich is now setting the fourth f acropof fruit this season The first J crop was harvested in June the second ttaboutten days ago the third is al grown and the fourth is just settingi E Jones the dentist re turned Saturday from a two weeks t visit to his sister and uncle in the l Piedmont section of South Carolina tIJ Ho reports the South as making rapid progress Dr Jones will here- afterr be in his office over the printing 1 office at his regular office hours r Rev A E Thomson went Monday to the Conference of Bible students o being held at Now London Wis i where he has been engaged to give daily lessons in the Bible He will be absent about two weeks Rev H itKGraves will take Rev Thomsons j at the Union church Sunday tmOlnlDgJ W Stephens has resigned his position at the L and N station here j pending the appointment of an assis patronsfthe Company request so that he mar be retained and they have so expressed themselves in a petition to the proper authorities The friends of Rsymond W Os f borne will be glad to learn that at the opening of Yale University recently l when thA faculty inaugurated the custom of announcing the names of those in theiSophomoro class who had- attained especially high scholarships in their Freshman year his name ap peared in the list of Sophomores so honoredE Baker of Wallacoton succumbed to typhoid fever last Thurs day night about midnight after a comparatively brief illness The fu neral was held Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock from Wallace chapel Mr Walker was well and favorably known in Berea and his many friends here will sadly miss his cordial greeting on the occasion of his frequent visits to our town He was one of the leading men in his own community gaining the respect of all for his integrity and publicspiritedueBS He was a power for good and was ever ready with a word of encouragement or consolation The sympathies of all are with the bereaved family For Sate Six fine vacant lots and two houses and lots in Berea Good location prices reasonable A J Elder Berea KyA fine line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at the RACKET STORE Main St Richmond Good clothes are always made to measure Have your new Fall suit madetoorder by Strauss Bros Chicago Samples are now shown by J J BRAXAMAN f I I I HHIHIHISHHHI t College Items j HERE AND THERE IMliIIfI James Titus a former student here is now in Howard University Wash ington D C Misses Madge Sutton and Mary Hickman are teaching in Greenup county this year Mrs Frost and Mrs Yocum en tertained a number of the students Thursday evening for tea Mr H W Bond formerly a stu dent here is now principal of the city schools of Lafollett Tenn The College cornfield in the Glade reenforced with Buckeye fertilizer skill and drains is the best for miles aroundMiss Martha Colesworthy was ex pected Saturday Word has just been received that she is very sick with typhoid fever Malcolm Holliday who is teaching this fall expects to return to Berea for the winter and spring terms He will bring several of his pupils with him t Rev John B Whitehill graduate from the Philosophical Course in 97 is preaching at Brookville Pa and goes to Andover Theological Seminary this fall for further study We venture the assertion that Berea College will turn out more statesmen and men of letters perhaps more in proportion to the attendance than either Yale or HarvardCin cinnati Commercial Gazette There will be a big housewarming in the new Industrial Building as soon as the steam heating arrangements are completed the latter part of this mouth In connection with this there will be a Farmers Institute for our neighbors in the surrounding country Misses Frances Berry classof 03 and Alice Titus class of 01 who have been teaching at Red Ash and Saloma in the public schools this summer have now resigned their work and gone to Shelbyville Ky whore they will teach in the City school this year Mrs Mattie Mor gan Barbee and Miss Myrtle Titus succeed them In their public school work Mr Chas Twichell Class of 96 is teaching atTouchet Washington and occasionally writing some very grace ful verse The following translation of a French lyric is from his pen Till Hon AND TUB O flower of love whit do you do With Ihe pearly tear the awn ulvci you tombThngoesEngulrodThe rose ipoke ou 0 gruesome grtre I gaveToThen spoke the tomb I make 0 friend Of every one to me they send For heaven a radiant angel furl COMMERCIAL TIMBER Exhaustive Arrangements For Big Forestry Exhibit TO SHOW EVERVTIIINQ OF VALUE Nineteen Staten Are to Exhibit Along Klilr Kentucky In Forestry llullil- Ing the Work In Splendid Hands State Still Very Wealthy In Timber lte ourres Dut tow people outside the forestry industry and not everyone engaged In it have a conception of tho magnitude of Kentucky timber Interests It Is to give a definite and correct Idea of this and correct Idea of this great Industry great Industry in Kentucky that prompts the Kentucky Exhibit Asso elation to arrange for a big forestry Mr A N Struck chairman of the exhibit at the Worlds Fair next year Forestry Committee of tho Exhibit As sedation and Mr Win Boa tao field representative thereof havo returned from a visit to tho Worlds Fair grounds In St Ixiuls where they went to confer with Chief Tarleton H Dean of the Department of Forestry relative to Kentuckys space and tho collecting of specimens to fill this space They applied for 3000 square feet and con vinced Chief Bean that Kentuckys for estry exhibit Is to equal In every way those made In the various other dlt A N STRUCK Chairman Forestry Commltteo Kentucky Kxhiblt A clatloii partments from this state Messrs Struck and Boa found that forestry displays were to be made In 20 States Upon their return to Louisville Mr Boa immediately started out on a tour of tho timber districts of Kentucky to secure all tho woods necessary for the display He has made up the following list as a guide but It wilt doubt less bo added to as the work progresses Black walnut white walnut cherry mahogany white ash grey ash black ash blue ash yellow poplar white poplar whit oak red oak black oak chestnut oak burr oak post oak chin quapin oak over cup oak yellow bottom oak black jack oak swamp oak Spanish oak pin oak willow oak live oak red beech white beech cucumber yellow lyn t basswood white lynn red sweet gum black sweet gum hard maple sugartrce soft maple yellow cottonwood white cottonwood shell bark hickory white hickory blark hickory pig nut hickory red elm slippery elm yellow elm black locust honey locust oldfield locust pecan coffee nut red sycamore white syca WM DOA Field Representative Forestry Committee Kentucky Exhibit AiMoolatlon more chestnut hackberry mulberry red birch white birch water birch persimmon dogwood cypress buckeye yellow pine long leaf yellow pine short leaf black pine white plno spruce pine hemlock red cedar white cedar The different commercial timbers from Kentucky will be attractively dis played in the center of the space as signed to tho State All woods will be shown In their natural form so sawed as to reveal tho grains On platforms surrounding there will be displayed the finished products of these woods such as hubs spokes fc lees broomhandles cotton spools woolen mill shuttles etc etc One of tho poplars to be exhibited will be an elght foot cut from perhaps the largest poplar tree in Kentucky which now stands at Castlewood In tho edge of Louisville the suburban homo of Gen eral John B Castleman This mon arch of tho forest has been purchased by C C Mengel Jr Brother Com pany with the understanding that a cut from It of the size mentioned will be donated to the forestry exhibit from Kentucky at the World Fair THE PROBING ENDS The Final Result of the Investi gation in the Post Office Department FIFTEEN NEW INDICTMENTS Several of the Findings Monday Were Against Persons Who Have Already Been Indicted The Bonds of the Men Were Fixed at 10000 and 5000 James N Tyner Was Too III to Ap pear In Court Washington Oct GfUtcen now In dictments wore returned Monday in the supremo court for the District of Columbia as the final result of the In vestigation In tho post office depart ment Several of these findings were against persons who have already been indicted The new indictments Involve James N Tyner formerly as sistant attorney general for tho post office department and his assistant Harrison J Barrett James T Metcalf superintendent of tho money order sys tem of tho post office department Norman Metcalf son of James T Harry C Hallenbcck president and general manager of tho Wynkoop Hal lenbock Crawford Co of Now York tho firm which for several years sup plied tho department with Its money order blanks and William D Dorcmui who Is connected with a house which has been supplying a stamp cancelling machine to tho department There were additional Indictments against August W Machen formerly superintendent of tree delivery Geo W heavers formerly chief of tho sal ary allowance division W Scott Towers who was In charge of a substa lion of the Washington city post office and State Senator George A Green of New York In some rases there were several Indictments against one per sonAfter the Indictments were brought Iin Harrison J Barrett came Into court accompanied by his attorney A S Worthington who appeared for both Barrett and Tyner Mr Worthington said that his clients were prepared to give bond and after a statement of tho case by Assistant District Attor ney Taggart bond was fixed for liar rent In tho sum of 10000 and for Ty nor In tho sum of 15000 a Scranton Pa trust company qualifying as nuro ty In both cases Mr Tyner was not In court and It was said that ho was too ill to appear Ills bond was there fore perfected at bis home Tho el der Mctcalt was also In court and his bond was fixed at J 10000 Tho court said that a similar bond would bo required of Norman Metcalf and of Hal lonbeck The present understanding Is that this series of Indictments Is the last which there will be any special effort to secure and tho post office authori tics hold that the departmental Inves tigation Is at an end EVACUATION OF MANCHURIA China Insists That Russia Should Keep Her Agreement Washington Oct 2Tho stale de partment has been informed that Prince Ching has determined to ro fuse to consent to any terms proposed by Russia for a postponement of the evacuation of Manchuria which might bo Injurious to Chinese sovereignty rights or tho rights of other nations China Insists that Russia having giv en a pledge to move out of Manchuria on or before October 8 should keep her agreement without the Imposition of any further demands THE SENATE BATHROOM Marble Setter Employed In Its Re construction Strike Washington Oct GTho marblo setters and their assistants who are employed In the general reconstruc tion of tho senato bathroom and bar ber shops went on strike Monday in sympathy with tho marble cutters who are locked out In the principal cities of tho country by the manufacturers Unless the complication Is speedily ad jutted It will be impossible to com plete tho work on these rooms before the convening of congress King Alfonso to Wed Madrid Oct 3lt Is reported on the authority of a high court digni tary that tho queen mother and Em peror Francis Josef of Austria have arranged for the marriage of King fonso to tho Archduchess Eleanor tho eldest daughter of tho Archduko Chas Stephen of Austria Their Demands Conceded Chicago Oct 3 Packers and the cattle butchers agreed on the wage do mand of tho union Friday night and a new agreement satisfactory to both sides will bo signed Saturday The demands of tho union were conceded by the packers Gen Carlin Died on a Train Livingston Mont Oct 6Brig Gen William P Carlin U S A re tired died on an eastbound Northern Pacific train while coming over tho mountains just west of this city Gen Carlin was en route to Omaha The Battleship Missouri Washington Oct 3The official trial of the battleship Missouri will take place on the 21st Inst Capt Cowles President Roosevelts brother inlaw will be the first commander of the Missouri oloo+ +O +OIo +oIOIo +olo+oOIO 8o +o +0101010 01 oloIoool+ 0 0 + I EVERYBODY Io + 0- f WEARS 0o SHOES o + o so why tint wear good shoes whoa wo soil you I0- o r+ GOOD UPTODATE SHOES b o Q o just cheap ns other pooplo sell you inferior ones 0 tWo are leaders for stylo wear niul comfort anti you cant miss j it if you buy Irons tin oAnything and everything you want in mens furiiiHhiiig ando o can please you in style and price 1 1 Call in and look over our various linos you can ho convinced 1 iYoursfor busmwm iIo 0 + + l i Crutcher TribbleI0 0 o MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1I+ o 0 o +o Fo + o +od o o 010 010 o o ++o + o I o l o od od o ho +o +o +o o o DR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO All Diseases of the MaJJer and urinary organs Also heart disease rheumatism gravel dropsy female Dont become dlicouractd There U a cure for you If mcnwarr write I r Frnucr Ho has spent a lifetime curing Jut such rUt s a jruur All cotuulutlotn are FREE living advised by a rllh1 to try Uri riKIOnir BUI lure I did MI mini Sold by IlrucxIiU Me and II Ask for Dr Fcnnrr Almanac or Cook liooklrrw ST VITUS DANCE Cure unabllldurlnlflehh1troublland lIuUanlIt a blwalng AUKMCUUI Unco to AkruuU Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALD And enter the great f10000 GUESSING CONTEST For particular nee advertisement on second page USE THESE BLANKS D and S Date Name Ii Street Postoffice State q Enclosed find f to apply en subscription to The Louisville Herald- I estimate that the vrinacr the raythe next Governor will receive a total vote of I1 L eN II fl 4 THIS BLANK It GOOD FOR THNIB MTIMATta IHIHIHIIIIIHHIHH rrll11+IIIIIIIIHHrrrI H If its from CRUTCHER tiI EVANS ITS GOOD j 1IiI ++4I11H1tFJ1IIIfHlIEl1IlIl1IlI1M1111111 A full lino of FU1CNITUKI3 always on hand Wo invito our Bores frinnda to make themselves at homo at JOlMN8 when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 rLook Phone Number I 33 kidneys lackach llacknclio Grubber Evans Richmond I A Nice Lino of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats Fruits and Vegetables always on hand at tho lowest prices 3 Wn sell Delicatessen Mothers Broad Boat broad made in Ky Soo our line of fine candies Prestons Main St IWHICH ONE WAS RIGHT lour lttr Klrln ul In n row JelIwrite They tliouiilit and thought with all their might Thru II and and T and It Tho rlrol ont splld irliiniplmntlv JniJ hood Ilie teacher until sdd she To laughing iltlle Ietty The tcend looked Hud frowned n bit Although she wowil frttly Mhoud ahe lifRln with It liutnul Nhe wrote n it tIe haul And Oood Mxuln tltr inicttcrtnU To happy little Ilttiy Now to the ihlrtl cxch IlltU wtfrtl loeked vcrr snap amt pelt Be W It JilTA log long word ahe wrote In glee dud Ooodl tin teacher MiU all she To knowing ItIn Ntttr Then tact of n little mulil t pictttrTookAnd wrote U It U II T t hoed the ifHibrr nid Mild she To penny little Itch Jour Iltlie trIo nil wrre bed In unites Th y Ifl the IM klwiirl Jftiy or hrrri the funny thtme Ivt beard bout that very runny word Though eiiih one pelting x i on see AVni dIRerent from the other Hirer iich wrote It It U II T Prom llty ion to Hetty Youthi Companion PUSSY WINDS THE CLOCK Intrlllunif Kitten Aver Iorurli In Irfllrn Ilunrknld huty Allotted lit Her This II a picture of a rat that winds n clock She does not forget It tint when the hour draws near In which ahe li accustomed to wind lisheseats herself In front of II and watches until the hands point to tho exact time Then climbing v 11311Iwound up for snottier 24 hours This Ilalu3ble putty belongs to a North Da who thinks she U worth her weight In gold Detroit Free frees IFanturkrt Itlelt In miir Nantucket Island and town In In Nan tucltct county Some of the places In that county worthy of mention are iCoitue Coskata Nauma NVauwlnot Iocomn Squnni Quldnlt Qtmlie 8a chacha Sankoty Head PulplR Slatcon JIIlt Pochlck Tom Never Hcadtheler rltorlfe of the late sachems Wannoch nuimock Autapicot and Iotconct the Shearing Pens ShawUemo Shlmmo Monomny Mntiaiolt ridge Nopqtip Wannacomct the Washing Pond No Bottom Pond Slull Mills Calna Hill ooIKfrl Hill Hcnsdale Popsauatrhct atlllR Trots Hill Kel Point Madde quet Whale House Ixiokout Mlacomot Pond the Haulovcr Tuckcrnuck Mus bram Point Jeremy Core 1Wigwam Ponds Egypt The Gut and The Pines II is one of the nicest toys a boy 1illS have and one of tho best things about It Is that he can easily wako It for himself Get u thin strip of wood about two feet In length and tack It to four crosspleces the upper piece being six Inches in length the second plccn nloa Inches tbo third 12 Inches and the fourth 15 Inches This will complete the framework for the windmill Now get some stiff paper of various colors aud cut 16 pieces each three t Inches square Slit each piece as shown In Fig U Then out of colored tissue paper cut three round pieces about tho bls of a silver dollar for each of the r 15 mills and with a dull knife scrape their edges until they curl like the petals of a rose It you crinkle the cen ter of tho pieces they will look stilt more like a roes laying tha three pieces one on top of tho other thrust a big pin through ibcm and draw them well down over COLLIE MATHEMATICIAN lure fnn Add Snlilrnrt mill Mul llplr and llnrrlr xlnkeq a MI Saks In Flames incus U one of the most Intelligent dogs ever known In this section of the country She is a black Scotch collie and Is now five years old She can do all of the ordinary dog tricks promptly upon being told but where she particularly shines Is In mathematics By giving her slowly a long string of numbers she will nut only add but sub tract and multiply giving the answer In variably correct In sharp harks When any member of tho family goes after a Till Jot MATH MATIi IAN pall of water she will take her pall and accompany them without being told She will also take parcels to any mem her of the family by name bring her matter his sappers each evening as soon as ho sits down and when ready for bed will go to the kitchen get and bring In her maltreu and glvoany one occupying her chair clearly to understand that she wants It- nUln never forgets a friend or for give an enemy In her mathematical accomplishment she alert and observ- Ing of every move made and rarely makes a mill In simple figure Clinton WIs Letter AN ACT OF CHIVALRY True Kliiilnrii of llmrl Depend rllhrr un Aitr Kiliiem Inn fur Soelml MnnilliiB Altrulkm li a pretty high sounding word but tho feeling that It represents III not all confined to the upper classes the following taken from the lisp tilt Commonwealth shows It was a ratJsuln ly hot day and only those whose business was urgent botjstreCIIbustling as is the Ideal newsboy on the contrary he moved along as though oath step ho took was painful to him Meeting an acquaintance he stopped to exchange greetings under the friendly shade of an awning todayJacka snail So would you I guess Tim llsgan If your feet were full of blisters walk Ing on the hot sidewalk leery time I put a foot down Its like to set me cry log tho other answered Tim looked down at the bare feet In question and glanced at his own en rued In a pair of shoes that hat certainly seen duty but which still af forded protection from the heat of the dazzling pavement Quick as n Hash ho dropped down nn a step and the next minute was holding out his shoe to Jack Here you can wear them bllsIleredand away IIA went crying Three oclock edition of the Post at the top of his voice seemingly unconscious that he hud just performed a brava decd Inilnnlilrillf He seems to have been the victim ol circumstances How so The Jury convicted him on circum stantial evidence Puck I A Cluster of Windmills the pins head Then bending tho oppo paperIthrough the five thicknesses of paper and drive It well Into the wood of the frame He careful not to crease the curved edges of tho mills The mills are arranged on the frame shown In Fig 3 1111 If you find Inconvenient to get many of the paper for time mills uso common note paper all of ono tint or oven white and use pink tissue paper for tho roses This will give a neat and pretty effect You may oven use common manila wrapping paper It you choose without the flowers and you will have a cluster of mills that will turn beautifully In a light wind In putting up the frameout of doors of coursetack It securely so that o1 gust of wind may not tnar It dowav Louisville CourierJournal SIR MIGHAELHERBERT British Ambassador to United States Dead Sifter a Long and Plucky Fight Against Consumption Death Came With Tragic SuddennssUnlverul Sorrow Eexpressed London Oct ISir Michael Her iert DrltlMi ambassador to the Unit d States died Wednesday at Davos Plalz Switzerland after a long and plucky light against consumption which terminated with tragic midden ocas The first announcement of tho imbassailorrt untimely end was made it Wednesday afternoons session of Alaskan boundary commission llannU Taylor on behalf of tie Unit ed States hall finished his lengthy or gument at 1 p m and Sir Edward Larson tho sollrltor general was re tying with International arguments Jailing with tnapa and the ancient Vanrouvcr controversy which was lalMieartedly pall attention to by hose present and several of them main preparations to leave the hall while the solicitor delved still deeper n the dry as duet details when Chief Justice Alvergtone held up his hand mil Sir 1MwarJ sat down A second litter the commission junsel xorretarle and spectators sat spell bound aa Lord Atverstone with Tumbling voko and tears coursing town his cheeks announced that Sir Michael Herbert was dead Yaps and boundaries were utterly forgotten With dramatic pathos the Internation al contestants became fellow sympa thiser listening In stunned amaze meat to lord Alverstonoa tribute to the man whose death none even ex pucteil Rather than trust to extern pore xpre slon I ord Alverstonc had jotted down a few sentiments which he rend In the meanwhile Ambassador Choate had entered He had just come from lord lansdowne room where he learned the news The Intense si lenco which followed the delivery of Lord Alverstones tribute was broken by Jacob M Dickinson of American counsel who voiced the Americans sorrow and proposed an adjournment of the commission Solicitor General Carson followed and the commission quietly broke up until Thursday Friends of Sir Michael Herbert came hurrying along the foreign office corrl dor to ascertain If the news was true On all sides American Canadian and English genuine sorrow was ex hibited which was evidently actuated by a sense of Hp personal lore Sir Michael had been alDavosPlalz about five weeks When he returned to London from America he confessed that ho felt far from woll but his phy sicians still hold hopes of his conquer log the consumption The ambassador expected to leave DavotPlatz a week ago In order to greet the Alaskan com missioners here taut he contracted bronchitis Of th s he wrote only a few days ago quite slightingly saying It was only annoying because on account of It tho doctor Insisted on his not going to London to see his Amen can friends Lady Herbert Intended to leave Switzerland a short time ago with her children but she apparently changed her plans and remained at Davos Plata Washington Oct ITne following statement by authority of tho prosl dent was Issued at the white houso WednesdayThe ldent U deeply shocked and grieved at the death of Sir Michael person31IOf his high appreciation as an oniclal PRESIDENT THEO T SHAFFER He Will Be Retained In His Present Position IMttsbtirg Pa Oct President Theodore T Shaffer of the Amalga mated Association of Iron and Tin Workers will remain at time head of tho organization The board of quiry investigating the charges of neglect of duty preferred against Shaffer gave out the information Wednesday night that ho will be retained as presi dent but refused to go Into details Cut or 10 Per Cent In Wages Allontown Pa Oct ITho Empire Steel and Iron Co which operates two furnaces In Allentown and four at Cn tasauqua and the Thomas Iron Co which operates four stacks at Hoken dauqua and two at Alburtls posted no tlces Wednesday of a 10 per cent cut In wages to go Into effect Thursday Tho reduction affects 900 men at thesa places Major Delmars Fast Mlle Cincinnati Oct IMajor Delmar was driven by Alta McDonald against time worldi trotting record of 200 at Oakloy park Wednesday anti complet ed tho mile In 2OOVi which Is hi a fourth mile this season better than 301 nnd the fastest mile ever trotted In Ohio Dropped Deid In a Hotel New York Oct LA man supposed to be John W LIU politician of Iox Ington Ky dropped dead In the Mor ris and Essex hotel here Wednesday lie had just returned from a trip abroad and went to time hotel to re main over night Steel Corporations Earnings New York Oct l1he earnings of the United States steel corporation made Wednesday for the quar ter ending September 30 tire 34 600 300 a decrease of f2245433 over the preceding quarter KentuckyState News oTHE FAMOUS RACE TRACK It Is Announced Thai Capt SoS Brown Has Purchased It Lexington Ky Oct IIn n Jotter received lucre Charles Green of StMula announces that be has sold the famous Kentucky aanoclatlon rare track to Capt S S Brown of Pitts burg The track has been used for n horaptlnld for many years hut It is reported Brown will put It Into condi lion again The price Is not glen St Louis Oct IWhen seen at life home Wednesday night regarding the sale of the Kentucky association raco track at Lexington Ky to S S Brown of Pittsburg Charles Green re fused to talk of the matter The solo has many times been rumored hero TO THE GEORGIA PENITENTIARY Four PrJpier Sentenced In the Fed Court at Frankfort fort Ky Oct IIn the fel crajprourt for the eastern district of In session here Judge Coch ran Wednesday sentenced four con victed prisoners to confinement In the penitentiary at Atlanta fJa as fol lows William Stevens of Carter county one year James Durham of Madison county two years and 100 fine for violations of the postal laws Kph Couch 1C months and William Rosa one year for Illicit distilling Thirtyone prisoners convicted of minor offenses were given Jail sen fences Children Elopers Married Pottortjrlet east of here In Pike county with pretty Mss Nettle Potter aged 13Ills cousin and walked over rough moon tain roads to Plkevllle a distance of nearly 40 miles where they wore mar ried Wednesday by Parson Connoly Warrants will be Issued for Potters arrest Jim Howard Hearing Set Frankfort Ky Oct ITho case of Jim Howard on appeal from tho Franklin circuit court has been sot for oral argument before the appoj late court for November 24 It was scUby the clerk of the court the at torneys not agreeing Two days will be allotted for the hearing before the full court Oft For the Mimic War Covlngton Ky Oct IThe mem tCr2 Ol Company L Second regiment f1IN for tho seatof tho army maneu vers now going on under the direction of glue war department at West Point Ky Had the Eyeball Removed Ml Sterling Ky Oct 1Henry McNcsby who was assaulted by Lee Carpenter of Salt Lick and stabbed over the eye had the eyeball removed and the surgeon announced that he will lose the sight of the other eye Carpenter has been Indicted by the grand Jury now In session Druggist Ends His Life Latonla Ky Oct IWltl1 time muz zle of a 44caliber revolver at his breast James Browner 35 a prosperous druggist of Main and South streets this city early Wednesday morning ended his life by sending n bullet through his heart He was de spondent over Illness Methodist Ministers Meet Marlon Ky Oct lTho C8th an nual conference of the Ixmlsvlllc dls trict of Methodist church souti conversed In this city Wednesday Some ministers and delegates are In at tendance and the city Is crowded with visitors Aged Woman Dropped Dead Marking Ky Oct IMr Benja min Anderson aged 60 years one ofI the best known women of the Boonca Fork section dropped dead near Ba ker Heart disease Is believed to have been the cause of her death e Scarlet Fever at Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky Oct L Them have been several deaths of children here of scarlet fever The disease Is almost epidemic In the county Tho board of health has Issued a warning to parents and physicians Pates Made Trainmaster Versailles Ky Oct IJobn n Pates has been appointed trainmaster of the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Co with headquarters at Versailles Mr Pates was a conductor on this road for several years Was Found Dead In His BunIFranklin Ky Oct 1W W llerrlIman was found dead In his barn 110I hall complained of heart trouble Ho was 55 years old and a prominent farmer A wife and three children survive him Bitten By a Mad Dog McKee Ky Oct ILeo instead was bitten by a mad dog on tho streets The dog was a large hound and belonged to former Senator Clark The animal was killed Gas Well Explosion Montlcello Ky Oct IJohn Ad ams and Thomas Marsh were burned to death and Joseph Marsh fatally In jured by an explosion of gas at an oil well hero WcdnesdaIYou Farmer Committed Suicide nonunion Ky Oct lWIII1o Posey a young farmer committed sui eWe Wednesday by sending a pistol shot through his heart ICe was sub Ject to fits I TREASURERSREPORTSThe Year Was s7tiolllltiti7I- The Monetary Stock of the Country on June 30 1903 is Estimated at 2688149621 An Increase of 124882963 For Ute Year Washington Oct 1tlIIs II Rob erts treasurer of the United States has submitted to Secretary Shaw his report on tie condition of the treasury Juno 30 1903 and Its operations during the past fiscal year The total net revenue for tho year was 5CO 3915674 an Increase of 38988439 over the year preceding and the total ex penditures 506099007 an Increase of 35782034 The surplus was IM237 C67 as compared with 91287373 In 1902 In the receipts there Will an In crease of upwards of 30000000 from customs and a falling ort of over U OOOOK from Internal revenue the lat ter being the result of legislation en acted with that object On the side of the expenditures there was an In crease In every Important account except pensions and Interest In which there were slight savings The expenditures for the two military departments which together amounted to 191237554 forming by far the heaviest outlay for any single purpose were upward of 21000 great er than the year before The aggre gate Income Including the revenues the receipts from bonds notes and coin certificates was 1211394097 and tho aggregate outgo 1122617 665 At the close of the year the treasury held 893068869 In gold and sliver on deposit against outstanding certificates and treasury notes besides the 150000000 In gold which forms tho reserve against United States notes- Treasurer Roberts places the mono tary stock of the country on June 30 1903 Including gold and sliver United States notes treasury notes and na tlonal bank notes but not certificates at 2688149621 an Increase of 121 882963 for the year Tho Increase In gold was 00137401 and In national bank notes 56998559 Tho total estimated stock of gold was 1252731990 constituting nearly 47 per cent of tho whole The gold In the treasury amounted to 631420 7S9 after a gain of 71220480 In 12 months During the year 126715723 In gold was deposited at the mints and R81I1f offlcoj Of the receipts from customs at the port of New York con stiluting 67 per cent of the whole M per cent were In gold The proportion of gold at other ports Is about 80 percent Tho Imports of gold were 44 982027 and the exports 47090595 MASS OF DIRT CAVED IN Superintendent ofPubllc Works and a Negro Was Killed Columbus Ga Oct IWhile male ing some measurements in n trench 20 feet deep Wednesday afternoon Su perintendent of Public Works Robert- I Johnson together with n Negro workman Brad Smith were killed by a great mass of dirt caving In on them A force of workmen were sent Into tho trench to rescue Mr John son While these men were doing rescue work a second caveIn followed burying seven of the men By order of Mayor Chappell the hook and ladder truck of the fire depart ment was rushed to the scene with several firemen to help In the work Quick work saved the lives of five workmen who were dug out of the trench but two of them are fatally hurt IN A RUNAWAY Mss Julia Grant and Companion Had a Narrow Escape San Diego Cal Oct 1Mlss Julia Grant daughter of U S Grant and Miss Isabel Ingle have narrowly es caged serious and possibly fatal In juries In a runaway accident on Eighth tired Visa Grants spirited horse overturned her light buggy throwing both young ladles to the ground They were bruised about their heads and their sides and were removed to their Iomes In a carriage It Is hoped serious results may be averted FOUR KILLED BY A TRAIN They Were Returning to Philadelphia From a Family Reunion Philadelphia Oct IFour persons were killed and several others were Injured by being struck by an express train at Sharon lUll on the Philadel phia Baltimore Washington rail road There was about a dozen per sons In tho party and they were returning to this city from a family reunion Dead Body of a Fugitive Found Cowles Neb Oct 1Thebody of Tom Madison the supposed slayer of three women in Smith county Kansas was found Wednesday In a field He had been shot supposedly by himself Hp had apparently been dead a num bar of days New Ocean Freight Service Kansas City Mo Oct IThe new ocean freight service arranged by the Kansas City Southern Railway Co went Into effect Thursday The new line of steamers will operate from Port Arthur Tex to the principal ocean points In Europe Teachers Needed In the Philippines Washington Oct tTho civil serv ice commission has received a cal from the Philippine government for 130 male teachers and will hob exam inations at various clUes on October 19 and 20 J A Core for Dfipt p U I hadDyspepsia in its wotat form felt misorablemost all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured meMrs W W Saylor Hillard Pa No appetite los of strength nervousness head ache constipation bad breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the uso of Kodol Kodol represents the natural juices of digestion com bined with the greatest known tonic end reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach Sold at East End Drug Co r n Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplua Wo solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S ARIES Cashier Ilenntlful Complexion Aro spoiled by using any kind of preparation that Fills the pores of the skin The best way to securest clear complexion roe from aallowness pimplos blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so es tablish a clear healthy complexion BOc at the East End Drug Co t we tOu i427 obtain 9 g and Fordzti t iiiNattd t 1 Da You Want to Yawn Feel cold bhiverings aching in the bones lack of energy headache and groat depression t These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness e condition known as malaria Heibina 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 1 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 aa good OOc at East End Drug Co Order fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing arc to specialties of Williams hop Agency for W N Loudrp Take nil your trouble to blew Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS Tilt fAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relUf from Blllousneis Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria tog from an Inactive or sluggish liver OoWllf UllU Early Risen are un quallsd They act promptly and novor gripe They are so dainty that II Is a pleasure to lake them One to two act as a mild laxative two or lour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetabit and absolutely harmless They loner the liver T tUI MUM VjrW ca- lECDWLtlbe a Mi K Chicago THE CITIZEN 1IIIIIIHIHII +IIIH+HH+HIIH+ HI I i Eastern Kentucky HIIHIIII1 t + No correspondence published unless tinned In full by the writer The name Ii It not for publication but as an evidence of tool faith Write plainly 0I l It11IHIIIIt1IIH + + +I+ HI+ H+HI+H111 KNOX and TELL COUNTIES The teachers of the Bib Mngiator inl districts of Knox mud Bell Conn ties will meet in joint Associatiou at Whito Church schoolhouso Saturday Oct 17 1903 Program Dovotiona exercises Welcome Address Leslie Logau Declamation Robt Tiusloj Recitation Jennie Smith School Organization E B Heniphill Should the School Term be Lengthened J A Smith How may we Secure Bettor Attendance Leslie Logan How may we Overcome the Effects of Poor Home Training G C Davis Reci tation Dora Iu ram Is the Beech Limb Instrumental in Teaching A 11 Evans Should the Teacher Play with his Pupils W P Durham For general discussion Married vs Single Teachers District Libraries Debates Resolved that the United States will fall as all other great nations have fallen affirmative J W Hughs S A Smith negative G W Ingram C B Lewis Box Supper Leslie 1OWSLEY COUNTY i CONKLING The Sundayschool White Oak is progressing nicely with N F Am brose as Superintendent Mrs Rachel Duck of Shelby City who is visiting relatives at this place has been suffer grippoIheld at Riverside Saturday Every body had a nice time and many new ideas were gainedF F McCollum of Okla who has been suffering for tho past few months with neuritis and who returned to Kentucky several weeks ago hoping to regain his health I am sorry to say is not improving 1very fast He is trying the Xray treatment Hope it will prove hen eficial Miss Emma Moore was tho guest of Misses Minnie and Emma McCollum Wednesday The schools of N F Ambrose Artbur Garrett and Miss Mary Barker willcombine and give a picnic at High Rock on Doe Creek Friday Oct 9 Every 1 body invited to attendI am sorry to J inform my friends that it is quite a i mistake about Miss Ida McCollum andmyself being married I hate to have my friends disappointed but feel it my duty to rectify the report I truly hope no more such false re ports will bo sent out from this locality GABBARDr itWearo having a very dry spell and water is getting very low Fodder pulling and molasses making are tho principal occupations of the day Frank Lyons an insurance agent Dr Evans both of Beattyville 1oml through here this week Miss Moore has purchased a new cabinet organ and will take music lessons soon Lcander Bolin wife and mother have just returned trout a visit with relatives at Manchester Clay countyR W Minter mowed his own and J L Gabbards grass this weekMiss Mattie Shepherd and Lulu and Bertha Scale visited Mr and Mrs C B Gabbard Saturday and Sunday New Hope baseball team will play the Gabbard team soon Circuit Court opened last week with some political speeches from J D White Judge Coyle and others Last week was quite a busy one Alonzo Caywood was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for manslaughter The Allen boys case was next called I The following is a programme for the Teachers Association to be held at Bethel schoolhouse Saturday Oct 17th Oper ing exercises at 10 Welcome address Response Associa tion song Tho Coming American Miss Ida McCollum Declamation j Snowden Reynolds Parents must Educate their Children Stephen A Gab 4 bard Essay Miss Mary Ray The Value of Education Meredith Gab bard Making the best of Things Miss Flora Sealo Essay The Farm Leo Gibson Never too late to Learn Miss H V Card Modern Invention Leon and Wilson Proper Schoolroom Ven Ii tilation Dr 0 H Moore Recollection of Childhood Days Miss Amanda Moore Opportunities of the Mountain People Eliott Burns STURGEON t Quito a number of persons attended- a bean hulling at Isaac Hughes I Saturday night They report a good time Harlan Brewer who has been sick for some days is now improving II iII = J B Spencer is working up leis cant this weekEggs are lie per dozen at our localstoreJas Welch has been suffering from a severe attack rheumatism for several weeks but is improving now Moses Matthows and wife visited Mrs Matthews sister here last Wednesday It wits a happy meeting as they had not seen encl MathIewsfather in Rockcastlocounty last week Born to Briscoe Dunn and wife a fine girlMariel Brewer has joined the Army Bud Thomas recently purchased fine horse Miss Martha Brewer visited relatives in Jackson county FridaySamuel Wolf is in Frankfort on business this week Samuel Thomas was on the jury at Boonoville last wookThe Sunday school at Royal Oak is progressing nicely Born to Mr and Mrs Cough lin a fine girl ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE The longneeded rain has como at last Farmers are all about done cutting upcoru Rev J W Lambert filled his regular appointments at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Frank Parker and family moved to Berea last WednesdayJ H Lambert anti J B Coyle were Berea VIM tors Saturday Miss Mollie Owens visited home folks on Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Esquire Jas Reynolds who was reported very low with pneumonia fever last week is some better at this writingMrs Etta Lambert and baby Reubie visited Mrs Jos Wren Sunday evening Mary Wren who has been visiting her daughter at Red Lickreturned home Saturday nightMrs Pattie Montgomery visited Mrs Etta Lam bert last TuesdayCONWAY The longlooked for rain has come Water had becomo very scarce in many places yet the supply at this place as usual is holding out well Cattle and hogs are slow sale here yet Mr H Chenault has just pur chased of J J Wren f2 yearling heifers at 20 eachlr M L Kelton h trying to secure the reputation of being the most industrious andener getic manof this place We are all willing that he work as much as ho wishesD C Pullins went to Richmond on the early morning train Monday to represent his patent boo hive thereW II Jones of Wildie and Lee Collie took cattle to Rich mond yesterday Tom Parsons and Clennie Sigmon passed here yesterday euroute to Richmond W H Hy singer of Hyatle was here Saturday A Mr Ross of near Kirksville and and a Mr Guinn of Paint Lickwith Miss Estridge and Miss Boggs as we got their names eloped for Jellico Tenn Sunday to get married They left homo on a chestnut hunt it is said and came here and boarded the train for Jellico We extend them our congratulations MASON COUNTY MAVSVILLE Miss Alice Paxton an exteacher of this city passed through Friday en route to Atlanta Ga where she has a position in Spellman University The public schools were closed Wed nesday on account of Barnum C Baileys showMrs Agnes Holmes whose illness was mentioned a few days ago is much better at this wri- tingRev and Mrs R H Porter have returned from Philadelphia where they have been attending the National Baptist Convention Mrs L D Henderson returned home Sat urday evening from Lexingtnuaccom panied by her mother Mrs Sauuders GARRARD COUNTY CARTERS VILLL A welcome rain Sunday night We were very much surprised to hear Df the death of Mr Walker Baker We extend our heartfelt sympathies to tin bereaved family and many friends Their loss is his gain There was a large crowd at the Teachers Association at this place Saturday All enjoyed themselves and seemed to bo proud to visit our city which is second to nonoMr Wm Davis se curedan increase of pension through the efforts of A F Hammack Mrs Tom Greene has returned homo from- a two weeks visit in Louisville visiting her daughter Mrs Oglesby She has boon very poorly sinco her returnO L Hammack of Paint Lick was in our town Sunday night Kentucky State News Items SMANKLIN MEMORIAL DAY Saturday Set Apart By the Trotting Hone Breeders Association Lexington Ky Oct 7At a meet In B of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association Tuesday It was decided to set next Saturday apart as Shnnklln memorial tiny Tho card Ihat we will offer for that day says Secretary H W Wilson has never been duplicated In the history of the turf and I doubt If It over will be againTho complimentary list of tickets will be suspended and the entire gato receipts will bo given to Mr Shank llns family Despite the large amount of Insurance that he left n full Investi gallon of his estate shows that It Is heavily encumbered In addition to the regular program Webers band will furnish special music Including soprano and baritone soloists Mr K D Smathers has consented to send Major Delmar 200 to beat his rec ord or to beat the worlds wagon rec ord of 204i which he holds Smath ers himself will drive Major Dclraar If he goes against his wagon record Prince Alert 157 will start to beat his record C K O Billings will start his champion trotting team Equity 209V4 and The Monk 2OG to heat the mark Lou Dillon the queen of tho turf will give an exhibition but will not go a mile It Is probable that Dan Patch the stallion king will also appearThe local lodge of Elks will work In conjunction with the association anti will conduct an auction sale of tho first 200 seats Thursday night Col W C P Urccklnrldgc the Silver tongued orator will address tho horsemen In the Interest of tho auc tionAn effort Is also on foot to secure a halt holiday Saturday afternoon Ma ny merchants have agreed to close their stores then John C Weber has also arranged to give a testimonial concert In the opera house some night next week the pro ceeds of which will go to Mr Shank llns family THE OLD LOVE REKINDLED A Couple Separated For Eight Years to De Reunited Petersburg Ky Oct 7John Tingle of Indianapolis and Miss Anna Pease who were divorced eight or nine years ago again will he made man and wife here next Sunday Tin gle a young machinist came hero from Indianapolis ten years ago and married Anna Pease Work being scarce he asked her to go back to diana with him but sho refused Mo then left her and the wife secured a divorce Tlnglo married an Indianap oils girl who died a few months ago lie returned hero recently and saw his former wife and their year old son who was born shortly after the couple separated The old love was rekin dled and a reconciliation followed Sadie Mac Sold Lexington Ky Oct 7Gee Spears of New York Tuesday purchased for E E Smathers from Alonzo McDon aid and Sherman P Henry of New York Sadie Mac the favorite In tho 3yearold Kentucky Futurity Wednes day It Is reported that the price Is 20000 She Is by Peter tho Great out of Fonclla by Arlon Sadie Mac has a record of 2 11 Hi and has not been beaten this year Conservative horsemen expect her to go the mile Wednesday In 208 The English Stallion Galtee Moore Lexington Ky Oct 7lt was reported here Tuesday night that J n staljlionDangcrflcld manager of J II Kccno9 stock farm here discredits and says that If Keeno has IheBloryI tho stallion ho doubts If brought to America Kentucky Farmers Fought Covlngton Ky Oct 7A fight oc curred at the Five Mlle houso In the Lexington plko In which Frank Snider WOK stabbed In the throat and stom ach and It Is feared he may die Frank Dorsey his assailant was stabbed In the arm Tho men quarreled over some land which Snider rented from Dorsey Snider Is now under medical treatmentHeavy First Day Registration CovIngton Ky Oct 7Tho first days registration In this city and Lud low was tho heaviest In years and shows that both parties are using ev cry effort to get their full party vote In some precincts tho registration Tuesday equaled tho total voto record ed at previous elections Long Trip In a Wagon Perryvllle Ky Oct 7M Hamil son wife and three children who broke up and located In Oklahoma two years ago after a Journey lasting six months have arrived at this point They made tho trip Ina twohorse wagon Two Theaters Consolidated Louisville Ky Oct 7The Avenue and Masonic theaters have consoll dated and will bo under tho control of E D Stair and Weber Uros of Chi ago C A Shaw manager of the Avenue will bo manager of tho Ma- sonIc No Rain For Six Months Inez Ky Oct 7Ioor the past six months hardly enough rain has fallen In this section to settle time dust If the drought continuos much longer the people hereabouts will experience an actual water ramneI r u AN INSANE CRANK Heavily Armed Ho Attempted to Force His Way Into tho Presidents 1rescnce FOUGHT WITH GUARD CISGLE Ho Was Arrested and Taken to tin Police Station Where He Gave Ills Name as Elliott After a Careful Examination Dy the Police Surgeon He Was Declared Insane and Removed to the Hospital For Insane Washington Oct GA man who gave his name as Elliott and his home Minneapolis engaged In a fight with a policeman at tho white houso Monday Roth the policeman and Elliott were slightly Injured and were taken to a hospital Earlier In the day EIII ott appeared at the executive offices and asked to see tho president lie officlalltheroSome time after that ho appeared at tho white houso and whllo talking to Officer Clsclo drew a revolver In tin struggle that ensued ho was disarmed Ho called at tho whlto house proper and not at tho office annex where the president was at work The fight bet ween Elliott and the officer took place on the white house portico At tho station house Elliott gave his occupation as that of a machinist lie said ho had lived In this country for 11 years most of the tlmo In Mlnneap oils Ho said ho came to Washington from Paterson N J Late Monday afternoon the police surgeons after a careful examination of Elliott certified that ho was Insane An order was Issued Immediately for his removal to the Sl Elizabeths hos pital for tho Insane Elliott appears to be a very strong man and when ho tried to force leis way Into the whlto house and assault ed tho policeman on the dour It took several men to overpower him and when tho hospital ambulance arrived to carry him to the hospital ho fought so fiercely that ho smashed tbo glass windows of tho ambulance and tho policemen handling him had their hands cut badly Among Elliotts possessions wero numerous clippings from newspapers describing and relating Incidents In the life of President Roosevelt In one pocket were manuscripts written by him In tho Swedish language with his pictures In different poses at tbo head of each These contained lectures on political and religions subjects On one of them was an address to tho American people written In a rambling and Incoherent fashion It was laudatory of President Roosevelt Refer ence of a pleasant character Is also rondo to former President McKinley In his talk at the police station J IIIi ott declared ho went to tho white houso because tho president asked him to come to see him lie said ho carried a pistol to protect himself and did not Intend to do any harm to the president Minneapolis Minn Oct GPeteriOlson Elliott also known as son who was arrested at tho white house Monday Is a wellknown South Minneapolis character Ho roomed for several months up to two weeks ago at 245 Cedar avenue At that time ho- told friends that he was Going to Washington to occupy the white house They thought he was Joking lIe disappeared and nothing was heard of him In Minneapolis till Monday Elliott Is of Danish birth Ho Is a strong socialist and an anarchistic de baler Elliott or Olson woe as to his former life Ho had reticentII tives In this country so far as learned THE PANAMA CANAL No Immediate Steps Will Be Taken In Its Favor at DogotaI Paris Oct 5Tho Paris edition of tho New York Herald publishes a dis patch from Bogota via Panama which says that no Immediate steps will be taken In 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