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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jjH1HHIHIMHIHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER I Editor and Publisher Knttrtit at tin foftoffltt at limo Ay at itemulJ dais mallmatter HKlHHHHHHIHHHHJ IIVOL V A Family Paper BEIIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1903 One dollar a year NO 17IIDEAS QuniiiH ripoim nrlj wisdom late DIHgIINt and denpair follow the drunkard liko nhndoiv It in bolter to succeed than to givo 1tiro lost of reasons for fuiliiiK TAKE NOTICE ThIN in thu limo when overy school tniHltH parent and teacher inunt do hm bowl to keep up hw attendance nt the pullu Hchooln Monday Oct Ill 9161atldnsN to cilizonH and students in Tubernnclo by Rev Dwight N Irntt of Cincin nati 0 Rev Pratt will alno preach both morning and night Sunday Oct 18 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Alaska Boundary CommmHlon is in itecrnt Heiwioii in London Eng land to consider their verdict Six weeks wore required to tnko the connuH of tho Philippine Tho civil lied native population ix given an 7 0000 Thu Russian Minintor of Pinnuro hUH nilrocntiHl an additional 1MX0 to defray c span of a national ox hlhit at St LouiH Km- Tho general treaty of arbitration between Great Britain and Franco hits advauc xl fare it in said M to practically bo an acconiplinhed fact The political leaders in England are urging thin wisdom of putting a tariff on goodn from countries which tax- I UKIiHh good England linn hereto fore been n free trade country Tho date Oct 8 hot by Japan for RiiKNia to leave Manchuria hM passed nnd Russia in still in potwewtion Tho lle ota of both countries are in Corean waters anti war seems immi nent IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tim trial of Prof Langloys airship at Widewater Va last week proved a failure Alexander Dowie the lender of Zion Chicago with a Iaiganunilerof his followers is tucking a visit to New Yorkcity Tho defenso testimony wax closed in the case of J II Tillman at Lox ington SC Friday The defendant was on the stand four hours Bnrnum and Baileys circus tho larIOIIt in tine world is again showing in this country after an absence of nix years making a tour in European countries Twentyseven white men wore in dicted by tho Federal grand jury at Wynne ArkOu charges of attempt 1r lug to drive negroes from the country by throats warshipyt complimentary visit to tho United States were presented to tho Presi dent by Secretary Hay last Thursday Our trade with China will be grent ly facilitated by a commercial treaty which United States Minister Conger has just igmxlat Pekin China agrees to establish uniform coinage tendorfCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKYi Robbers entered tho depot and posl allies at Conway Ky and Hocured stamps money null merchandise Tho troops at Camp Young com pleted their war maneuvers last Fri day and tho last of tho soldiers left SaturnllYI Leo county farm or sold his farm for 1800 and shortly after was hold up by masked mOil and robbed of it nil Tho Fayetto County Fiscal Court subscribed fJOO to tho Kentucky Ex hibit Association funds mucking tho total subscription from tho county 2roo Tho Madison County Fiscal Court has appropriated 200 to supplement tho private subscriptions from tho county to tho Kentucky Exhibit Associations Worlds Fair lund Alfred Davidson of Rock Castle County tho nine year old boy who won convicted in tho Federal Court at Frankfort rocontlyissaid bo tho youngest moonshiner in Kentucky Tho personal effects of the loto Cas 1shus 1L Clay which havo been sold at auction brougUt high prices in many instances Thorn was spirited bidding on old pictures mirrors andI paintingsAt in Fleming county during a fight at baseball game be twoon Howard Clark tho umpire and Zoek Chino Clinos father rushod in to holp his son and was struck on the head with a bat and killed t sire I THE CITIZEN HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLEl- ly rrmldctil Win fliioclHI Front i Article 8 Invalid Pensioners In Mountain Counties In 1834 tirlvnlri dragoonI m inllltu Howmil y volunUfrst InhntryA line lit liruminor Her a Hcvolntlonsry army IVniloni luted uiiiler the art of June llirontlniicdn- OGKCASTU COUNTY James Anderson p Pa Humphrey Bates p N C in William Craig p N C in William Cash p1a in Elijah Donny p N C in Micajah Frost p N C in Moses Funs p YB m Richard Gentry p S C 1 Titos Gadd p Md m Henry Haggard p Ya m Nicholas Houk p N O m George Inflow p Ya Thomas Johnson pVa m Win Lawrence p Ya m George Proctor p Ya m Reuben Pew p N J1 Henry Pumphroy p Ya St troops Mourning Roberts pVa m Jesse Scott p N C m t William Taylor p Ya m Charles Wood nil pVs m Jesse Woodall p Md WAYNE COUNTY William Acre p N C John Ailnlr p N CI Robert Bleaklny p N C1 William Burton p N C m Jamen Brown p N C1 George Bruton p N C m Robert Covingtou p Ya m THE SECOND FOOTBALL GAME Thu Beroa College football team played State College at Lexington last Saturday and wore defeated by the scorn of 17 to 0 The halves worn 20 and JI minutes Tho boys playod a good game and on a good gridiron whore this crowd was kopt off could have hold StatS score down to less than Beron was outweighed and her team work was inferior to that of her op ponents who showed themselves to ho- well coached Gamo was called at 2 SO Derea kicked off and downed tho ball on Stator 10 yard lino tho Lexington men advanced thin ball by steady gains to Morons JJO yard line whore it was lost on a fumble Bores now tried to advance time ball but was forced to punt the ball going out of bounds at States 8ei yard linn j State regained mho lost ground fly strong plays against Bereas line but only succeeded in tucking a touchdown after 18 minutes of play goal missed score State College F Boron 0 Boron kicked off and State College made short gains through loft guard and tackle half ended with ball in center of field State kicked off to Bores at beginning of second half and Hunt returned tho ball by a fortyfive yard run tho longest of tho game Berea advanced for a time by short gains but lost the ball Stato made good gain and after five minutes of play pushed tho pigskin across for another touchdown goal was kicked and the scorn stood 11 to 0 Berea chose kickoff and downed the ball after it had been returned fifteen yards after a row minutes of play Bores secured tho ball and punted again after gain lug fifteen yards by hard line bucking Tho ball was forced back and forth over tho field until tho gamo was nearly over Then State College made thin last touch down of tho gnmcywith two minutes yet to play the goal was easy and score stood 17 to 0 The rest of tho gamo State Collego had possession of tho ball and timo was up with the ball in Borons territory final score State College 17j Bores College 0 Boron need havo no reason to fool anything but encouragement in regard to her athletics Tho good work of tho football team hiss surprised their rivals and Boron can now consider itself ono of thin II Big Four The lineup was as follows STATE Him Bmllejr Centra Cornellui- 1rlilo IttgliUJutnl Washburn I llarton Magee Left Guard Prltcbanl Cravens Right Tackle liurxe LtabrStMontgomery Left End f Hunt wayUUIIKcmpcr Ioft Half lender IfinmusGrady I PRAIRIE STATE BOYS Young Illinoisans Prepare Great Worlds Fair Exhibit COMMISSION HAS FUND OF 250000 n Thousand Hoy flrtnvln5 Corn Strawberry Season Two unit OIIP Half Months Lous A Treat Slates Iteiunrcri Attractively Shown Ten thousand ambitious Illlnos farmer boys are Industriously tending 10000 tracts of ground and ore raising crops of corn tho choice of which will make up a wonderful Worlds Fair ex built at St Louis next year Prizes aggregating 3000 have been offered to the boys who produce the best corn and every farmer boy In Illinois was privileged to enter the contest Tho capital required was cents In cash about oneeighth of an aero of ground and energy The State Hoard of Agriculture furnished each boy for tho consideration of cents with grains of white corn of the best grade This corn was to be plant ed on a tract of ground that wax to be tended by the boy alone The choicest ears are to bo selected from each boys crop and the 10000 samples to consti tute Illinois exhibit of boygrown corn nt tho Worlds Fair Another corn exhibit of keen Inter est will bo that of the Illinois Corn Breeders Association In the northern part of Illinois there are eight fields of corn These eight fields represent the pure and distinct varieties Scientific agriculturists claim that In order to keep the corn pure tho vari eties must be segregated and that if any two of the pure varieties are planted In adjoining fields tho wind will carry the pollen from one field to another and In the course of a short time the two varieties will lose their characteristics and become identical With Its 400 miles of length Illinois Is enabled to make an unrivaled fruit display When tho Worlds Fair opens April 30 1904 strawberry growers from tho extreme southern part of the state In Egypt as southern Illinois Is termed will show as fine strawber rice us can be grown In any bectlon In tha world Tho berry belt extends north for 400 miles and on tho first of July Illinois will still be showing fine berries harvested in the northern tier of counties Thus every day for a season of more than two months Il linois will display fresh strawberries grown within her larders Cold stor age may add another two weeks to this remarkable record Following strawberries will come raspberries blackberries cherries plums peaches pears and apples In tho latter fruit Illinois claims great distinction Clay county Is one of the most famous apple counties in the world and tho yield there year after year Is enormous In every county In the state apples arc considered a reli able crop but Clay county Is In a class by herself Every day during the Ex position Illinois will have fresh fruit put an the tables of the Palace of Hor ticulture Important as are her agricultural and hortU iltural resources they are surpassed by her dairying and live stock Industries Illinois will take a prominent part In tho model dairy to be Installed In the Agricultural Build lug F D Coburn Chief of the Live Stock Department for the exposition Is reported as having said that If the live stock department contained no exhibits other than those of Illinois the displays would compare favorably with thorn made by the world at any previous International exposition Illinois has a Worlds Fair fund of 250000 at her disposal Her state building will bo ono of the handsomest on tho plateau of states and will cost about 75000 It stands on high ground and a broad veranda surround ing the building on all sides will form tho lower tier of a pyramid Gigantic statues of Lincoln and Grant will flank the main entrance nnd on each side of tho drum of the dome will stand groat sculpture groups symbolical of agriculture and other Industries What Is true of Illinois may be sold of many of tho other states to be rep resented nt the Worlds Fair The plans of tho Kentucky Exposition As sociation only contemplate an expend Ituro of 100000 but with that sum It can make a display that will equal many of Illinois exhibits and excel others of hers Citizens of tho state should not hesitate further to mike their contributions to tho fund How to Stake Cloth Waterproof Ordinary cloth may be mado water proof by the following treatment Put half n pound of sugar of lend and half a pound of alum in a pall of soft water Stir this at intervals until it be comes clear Then pour It off into an other pall put the cloth or garment Into It and let It stand an entire day twentyfour hours Then hang up to fry without wringing Garments treat ed thus it Is said can be worn In the wildest storm of wind and ruin with jut the wearer getting even damp Tho rain hangs In globules upon the cloth and cloth that Is waterproof Is better and more boaltby than rubber goods L l NNNNNNtIH1N NNNNNN i Everythingin at the Hustling Cash Store IS BRAND NEW tH NNNNN and nnd Hats are all complete fact are ed those lines and are willing to exchange for space you need 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Bettor pay the lost of a perfect out fit and got perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWe havo modern high class instruments for TESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES that are suitable in every way T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET OpooMto Illckncll S Karlya Bercn Ky East End Barber Shop North of Printing Offlto Shave lOc Hair Cut Ific Shampoo IBo Razors sharpened ICo to 25o R B DOE Proprietor DR L CORNEILUS Physician Dentist Olllce with Dr P Cornelius Hromhvay St KY Hour for Hf utal Work 900 a m to 3U p m eI No 2000 Solid Gold Watch II 5124 Solid Masonic Charm 2100III 15 Solid Heavy Gold Ring II 1281 6 Pearls Ruby Doublet 500 II 328 Ruby or Emerald 250 711 Diamond rlchlyset 3000 1667 7 Fun Cut Diamonds 11000 WE ARE BETTER PREPAREDt THAN EVER TOtRepair or Paint Ii Your 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one morning many years ago by one of the Judges of the court who had before him a girl about 16 years of age The girls father had caused her arrest and had appealed to the court to sentence her to aouir home as an Incorrigible The hlrJory of the girl was this At 12 years of age she had been put to scrv Ice In the diningroom or a saloon as a waiter Her duties required her toserve liquors and she acquired a passion for drink and became a drum and I never saw a human being that loved liquor as she did She could drlrU a plats of clear whisky with the greatest relish and shE had absolutely no control over her appetite At 10 she was a confirmed drunkard and a street walker She was devoid of any moral principle and had aI perfectly Insane temper The Judge beard the case and sen tenced her to the home of which I was superintendent When she learned her destiny she flew Into an uncontrollable rape She screamed and fought and cursed like a demon She had to be taken to he home by main force and when she pot tItHe we were at our wits end what to do with her She was perfectly law less desperately ugly and her manner was more like a demon than a human being We tried all sorts of treatment for her we tried to win her by love we tried reason with her then we tried punI Ishlng kcrIn fact we exhausted our resources all to no purpose For three years WAS WAITER IN A SALOON ATI TWBLVK that girl kept our home in a turmoil Nothing we could do had any effect upon her She attended our Gospel service but to all appearances they had no In fluence over htrIAt the end of three years a change came over her She begun to pray andI to believe In God After we had her der control we sent her out to service In a Christian family on a farm In a neigh boring state She was a small girl not very strong but she tool hold of the heavy work of a servants place in a country home with an amazing vim It seemed as If she couldnt do enough for her emplorlrsIBut the work was too much for and after the firstyearshe returned herI quite wornout and broken down she took up fancy work and became an expert The finest kind of work seemed to come perfectly natural to herIWhen the term of her sentence expired at 21 years of age she left our home and supported herself by doing fancywork learned In the home She was then one of the most lovable sweetmannered kindhfartcd gentle girls that I ever knew We all loved her and she used to come and Instruct the other girls In fancy work She had grown to be a very handsome girl with a fair complexion and a beautiful face A young man out of an excellent fam ily In our city became Interested In her and finally married her and took her to his fathers home where she was ad mitted on equal terms with the other sons and daughters of whom there were several She became a favorite with them all and the fatlrer Inlawspealtsof her endearingly as his little kid You asked me If I knew of any cases of girls rising from a life of shame to a respectable womanhood and my answer is this true story of a girl who Is now the mother of a dear little girl and who Is one of the loveliest Christian characters of my acquaintance It Is one of many evidences that there ls no limit to the power and grace of Cad TAstIe is able to save to the uttermost all that como unto God by Him What a rfuge the Lord Is to every sinner who will nee to Him for help National Advocate Profit nn Wlilnky The report of President Curley of the Distillers Securities corporation of the operations of that corporation for the fiscal year ending June 30 1903 has been made public It shows that the total receipts from all sources for tbi year were 82730706 total operating expenses 78764074 After charging off the amounts paid for Interest on notes and loans taxes rentals Insur ance additions to reserve fund main tenance and repairs and Interest on all bonds a not profit of 2184791 Is shown for the year an Increase of 460 436 over that of the fiscal year endtc June 30 1901 F WAR ONDRINK IN EUROPE strong Tnllniriit IunIfc tIne llorl In iernlour Knulnnil Frnnrr and Other Ciiuiilrlrx The rapid Increase of intemperance in European countries of late has resulted not merely In a much more vigorous crusade against the evil by temperance societies but also In many countries in legislation expressly designed to reduce the consumption of liquors The Ger man governments proposed bill of which yesterdays dispatches told la simply one more Indication of the ten German plan is Indeed i cr mild one though It may have extiecdtng- ly beneficial effects If adopted One fea ture of it Is the forbidding of the extension of credit by saloon keepers to their customers another Is the require ment that nonlntoxlcatlng drlnl e such as tea coffee lemonade and milk and also cold foods must be sold wherever al coholic drinks are sold In England legislation has taken two forms For one thing It is operatlrg through commissions to reduce the num ber of public houses and foranother Is seeking to reform1 habitual drunkards by placing them on blacklists and making It a punishable offense to sell liquor to them over tho bar France has been awakened to Its great need by clear evidences of the ravages made by liqueurs and especially by ab sinthe Medical statistics recently compiled Indicated that the great Increase In pulmonary tuberculosis was due almost entirely to alcoholism and also that two thirds of the Inmates of the Insane nay lums were suffering from the same cause There Is now talk of prohibiting thesale of adulterated liquors and of creatlngn state monopoly of alcohol which will supply only the pure article and that at priceIin tax on spirits has been Increased and at the same time the tax on tea has been removed with the ob ject of encouraging the use of tea as a beverage In Holland a league has been formed to tight the use of spirits It alms at legislation but for the present It Is doing personal work by posting agents at the doors of public houses to urge the patrons not to enter Austria considering a law which pro vides that drunkards seallafter ten con victions be sent to a reformatory thereto be imprisoned till physicians certify that their craving Is cured Norway has a similar system now In force except that It applies It much more promptly- In Switzerland the police are required to arrest every person showing the slightest signs of Intoxication Alcohol Is sold by a government monopoly and eah canton Is required to spend ten iier cent of the receipts from this source on hospitals and other agencies for com bating the evil Chicago RecordHerald NEWS AID COMMENTS u The fruits of the saloon go back to Its roots in the citizen Hams Horn Better to be seen in a small com pany of those who try to do right than to be hid among a company of wrong doersMan Is born unto trouble as the sparks fly upward and the drunk ards wife Is married to trouble as sure as the saloons drag downwards National Advocate Professor Pfluger of the University of Bonn maintains that onethird of all the deaths registered in Munich are byItobacco also claims a large percentage of the victims The factory Inspection of Milwau kee revealed 60 boys and girls under 14 years working In the various city shops In almost every case the mothers when examined as to the cause said My husband drinks One thousand two hundred permits were Issued for children between the ages of 14 and 16 The Dally News one of the leading papers of Great Britain has had the moral courage to exclude from Its columns all betting news and all liquor advertisements and to glue promi nence to all religious news This Is a brave thing to do and a costly sacrl flee AO make This makes the Dally News a clean paper anti the only clean paper published In the great metropolis INCREASE THE DRINK EVIL rntTlii at Women Clubs In London Declared to lie lllcntlril l y Kit uentlve Imlulccnce In Liquor The increase In the number of wom ens clubs in London Is said to be attended by an alarming Increase In tho drinking habit and the London World said recently that liquor drinking espe dally creme de menthe bad grown to a grievous extent At these clubs one sees more whis kies and sodas on the table at luncheon than one sees at mens clubs In wlllch there Is a marked decrease In drinking The club managers of course deny these allegations but they are known to bo none the less true In the main Dover street Picadilly has now so many womens clubs that It has been nicknamed Petticoat lane Vumt CnriU with a 3Iurrl M Capniartln of Blayc France has had half a million picture postcards printed illustrating the evils of drunk enness They have such titles as The Drunkards Doom Death In the Bot tie and The Drink Fiend and the author suggested they might be posted to confirmed drunkards Two or three slander actions have already been started by people who have cards and one recipient It assaultingi ceeded against for violently a sender Death to Alcoholic An attack of typhoid fever of pneu meals or of erysipelas that would be 1 mild in a sober man will kilt OM addicted to alcohols quickly 8 How to Keep ServantsB- y MRS RUSSELL SAGE How to keep servants should be no prob lem to any woman of today There is no secret about itIt rests in the domesticity of the woman of the house If1 woman is domestic in her taste if she lovcu her home if she takes an interest in the little thingof the day if she treats her servants with plain everyday kindness she will have little dttieulty in keeping them with her as long as she pleases If you ask a woman who keeps the same servants year after year how she dors it in oo cases out of a hundred the answer will be I treat them properly Servants will stay in any good place as long as they arc treated well That is very true but to say simply I treat them well is in real ity giving no answer at all to the question Ideas as to treating serf ants well arc very diversified know a woman who ordered coffee served every morning to her laundress in bed let her use one of the family carriages to ride about in gave her a good room and pail her high wages The result was the laundress left her Kindness to servants docs not mean a carriage nor luxury It cer tainly docs not mean coffee in bed in the morning Icv of the proper kind of mistresses allow themselves that luxury unless they are really ill Kindness means simply a little consideration for the feelings of the servant comfortable quarters and hood food The mistress who docs this need have little to fear about keeping her servants You cannot expect human brings to live like animals You cannot put them in rooms devoid of furniture or guiltless even of a window perhaps and expect faithful service You cannot feed them upon food you yourself would not touch You cannot expect them to work seven days a week without the slightest opportunity for rest or recreation When you do you will find that your servants will not stay with you as some peoples do I have known and every one knows of many excellent servants who prefer smaller wages in a wcHordcrcd family where their comfort is part of the household scheme to working for another family whore tin wages arc higher but the life of the servants is utterly ignored There would be but little in the servant problem if our fans Its were more domestic and if the mistress of the home took more interest in its everyday affairs True Acting Is Declining By HENRY LABOUGHERE Not d Paris Dunillc Critic At no time has the theater been a more impor tant factor in social life than at the present but whicI the dramatic writing that has been produced last 20 cars shows an immeasurable advance on that of the preceding 20 years he would be a careless eljtheby far the larger class but the actor who thinks because his clientele is he can be thought less makes a vast mistake Ifany proof of this statement were needed I need only point to the musi cal comedy stage which is beginning to monopolize all our best come diars This is all well enough but the smaller thoughtful audiences are beginning to suffer and cry out though up to the present they have not got hold of the root of the evil This root is a divided root One half of the evil is the actors fault and onehalf is the fault of the public The crying evil of the present day is the question of temperament An actors or actress proudest possession is temperament It serves as a cloak to incompetence it is a showy mask to blind the eyes of the auJience to the actors ignorance of his or her art Instead of trying to show his or her versatility the temperament advocate will only attempt parts that display this much vaunted personality It kills good acting because the actor becomes content to rely for all his or her effects on some personal trick intonation or peculiarity and the public I regret to say gives this sorry device the warmest encour agement An interesting line of investigation to pursue would be to try and trace what it is which makes one actor a success and one a failure It is nothing to do with good acting A is a draw and can fill a theater B a finer artist docs not bring a penny to the box office Ca most fin ished comedian tanagers will not engage because he or she actually keeps people away The great intelligent public is like the man in one of Barry Pains stories who acquired a taste for bad cigars and never afterwards could tolerate the best It is all nonsense to say we needs must love the highest when wc see it we usually pass it by or if we see it arc bored Teach acting if you like in the public schools like music it wotilc be equally futile and ridicuous But no one really knows anything that is not selftaught and every great artist must be selftaught The Scoffer Is Useless- By JACOB A RIIS Noted New York Reformer and Author OW the type of man who believes in a thing yet scoffs at it is not unfamiliar and let me say here that he is perfectly useless Give me the fellow who fights hard and says no and take the chap away who says he believes in me and in the same breath tells the world I lie It is that kind of belief that has pre vented Christianity from redeeming the world as it should have done a thousand years ago I have no use for it No one has Take him away The Safety of the Nation By JOHN HAVEN RHODES President Greenwich Saviogi Dank Now York City QHE safety ofa nation lies with its common people The per manent safety of the common people lies in their habits of thrift and economy If they arc in the main frugal industrious and saving the nation of which they form a part will rise lev higher levels of mental moral and physical development anJ if they are aUdmen1tall 0 Berea College Founded 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Ovar 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Stated Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS AjipUnd Sclonon Two years Course with agriculture for young moA and Domestic Science for young ladif8tTrade School Ctrpeutry Normal Oourios For Teachers Threw courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and 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0win one or more of the 239 Grand Premiums 0 0- i THE WEEKLY HERALD and THE CITIZEN both ono year ii only 125 entitling you to one guess Send at once for bluuka 0 o 0 o o 0 Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky o 0- o 0- o oooooooooooooooooooooo 40 0 o- SMORPHINEOpium Laudanum Cooaln and aN Drug Hauteper- manently cured without pain or detention from business leaving no craving for drugs or other stimulants restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remotes the causeeot disease A home rcmedf prepared byaDtphyalcla WC VAliANT IE A mC TRIAL THEATDWMT Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write to kp- MeuriiattM Thr piitlk JUMotatlM Eep a tlttsNaa as York wr THE CITIZEN HHHHIHlHHHIHlHH The Home I JBHNIB LESTER lULL Editor +IIHIIIttttttlttIIIItt SWEEPING AND DUSTING For thorough swooping and dust ing it is well to dust and remove as P many things as possible from the room before beginning to sweop If the chairs runt other articles aro roo moved without dusting first you will either have the dust left in another room or in the room just swept if brought back lobo dusted There fore it is best to dust And remov- them before sweeping Tho larger and heavier furniture should bo covered before sweeping thus preventing tho dust from settling on it Old sheets will servo nicely for this purpose A light or medium weight broom is bout for swooping Swoop with short quick strokes This movement will send most of tho dust in front of broomrather than ail over the house to light on tho furniture again- It might be well for some of the boys to note this point especially those who taro for their own rooms and hold jauitorships A carpet sweeper is economical in time strength and wear on carpets After swooping allow the dust to settle well Then remove the covering from the furniture and dust with caro Do not dust and shako tho duster whore tho dust will fall iu the room again If you do you will have your work to do over again oroHtothe furniture will not bo free from dust Careful dally dusting will do away with much swooping Asmall pair of bellows is excellent for re moving dust from piano stools and all carved wood Feather dusters should be used for tops of books and pictures only Old bilk handkerchiefs make tho test dusters for pianos anti furniture made of delicate wood Hemmed squares cheesecloth or cambric make vorf good dusters Always begin at tho top of tho furniture and dust down After sweeping and dusting tho broom and duster should bo removed from the room To prevent tho broom from becoming warped it is always well to hang it up Wipe moulding and wainftooating with a damp cloth Whatever a girls work may be she should make it as pleasant as possible If you know how to doyour work well it will not bo so very unpleasant though it is sweeping and dusting That is just as honest work as any other and wo can praise our Master in that way just as 011as whop in tho parlor seated at the piano AIi rosy of Tttee Jl1lhNothing ran be mesa Hut with Ihli tincture For TftyAilr II will be brlfbt and clean errant Ijr Dili stars Makri drudgery illvlne N 1111 a room al Till laws Makes that soil the notion flue ItlK KtLtY uM IlllParUnln IK mc tlc Kfonomlo IttHItlHIIIIttHtttltlH The School I iIWIRT DIHSMORB BoII HIttHtttHIttHIIttlt SLOYD The following is an article by Gus tat Larsson Principal of the Sloyd Training School Boston Mass which was attended last year by two of Bottmfl present teachers Messrs James Combs and Noah May Sloyd is tool work so arranged and employed as to stimulate vigorous in telligent self activity for a purpose which tho worker recognizes as good The Sloyd Training School of Dos ton which I havo the honor of repro seating was started in 1888 It is a free school for teachers supported by Mrs Quinoy A Shaw Only men andwomen having special qualifica tions as teachers are considered as applicants and of theso a limited number arc admitted each year Tho course covers one short school year of eight monthsfrom Oct 1 to June 1 Over two hundrod teachers have rboon graduated from the school and of theso are now engaged in teaching Sloyd in different parts of this country In the Boston Public Schools alone thirty of our gradu ates are employed The particular aim of Sloyd is to seek to provide the harmonious de velopment of tho pupil during tho formative ago ie from eight to fifteen years of age Sloyd has often been misrepresent ed by well moaning people who do rLII q not know tho principles which govern our work Let mo briefly state the general principles upon which Sloyd is baed 1 Tho teachers must bo profession al teachers and not artisans merely 2 The leaching must be systematic progressive and with the exception of class demonstrations as far as pos sible IndividualIII Such manual training wor beslIthrough free vigorous movements Tho visible or terialresults should in every respect represent th individual workers own effort This should mean no division of labor and practically the exclusion of machinery contrivancese tried on objects tho use of which can bo thoroughly appreciated by the work or each object should be simple o good form and proportion hence ar tistio 6 Tho course should include not only objects which can bo made accu rate through the use of ordinary testing tools but frequent work which develops appreciation of curves and exercises the sence of form through both sight and touch 7 Special importance must bo attacked to neatness Accuracy and finish and to the development of in dependence IIIrtttttttlttttttHHIIH The Farm ISILAS CIIBBVER MASON Edi- tori1tIII11IIM11II11II1t Commercial Fertilizers Tl TOIl C LENTS Phosphorous is obtained from bouts and other animal refuse 2 phonphate rock found in great quan tities in South Carolina Florida and Tennessee 3 Thomas slag a bi product from iron furnaces Potash is very largely secured from Germany in the form of Kinito the raw material from the mines contain ing from 12 to 1C per rent of Potash and tho rofintxl products Muriato and Sulphate of Potash with about GO percent of Potash present Besides these sources cottonseed ash tobacco stoma and wood ashes are quite rich in this olomontXITROOESIl is not difficult to tell when soil is lacking in nitrogen The want will be made known by tho light color of the leaves a spindling stalk and general sickly appearance of tho plant This condition is very common whore land is poorly cultivated anti crop rotation is not followed be cause nitrogen tins moro ways of es caping from the soil than any other element to bo provided It may be replaced by either of the following crops of legumenous plants raised and plowed under either entirely or in part and tho application of a fertilizer containing a nitrate of some kind Tho first of those methods is far the better as nitrogen is the most expen sive element of all costing from 16 cents to 18 cents per pound while the legumes take it from the air and give a paying crop at tho same time No land unless it bo a river bottom should be in cultivation more than three years without some one of these nitrogen gatherers cow peas claver soy or velvet bean being raised upon it Tho groat value of these plants comes from the fact that bacteria grow upon their roots forming nod ules sometimes as large as a pea which have tho power of converting the froo nitrogen of the air into a form which can be used by the plant Sometimes it takes two or three years for this gorm to become present in the soil and in some cases even soil containing it must be brought in but when it comes theso plants will grow on almost any soil and the nitrogen question is solved Editor Koto The nbove article written by Tutor C II Lewlf of hares College and begun In Init week Issue won a prix at the Knoxvllle Hummer School continued Dieting luvltri DUenie To euro Dyspepsia or indigestion it ia no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system be comes an easy prey to the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomachand digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of tho wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold at East End Drug Co a a A WESTERN VISIT Described by Mrs Miry S Clark of CarUrsvlll Mrs Mary S Clark in a letter to TIIC CITIZEN writes interestingly of her recent visit to Topoka and City Kansas She says in parlII reached Topeka Saturday August 29 and had a very pleasant visit at tho husbandkwhen I went to Kansas City for a four days visit with my nioce and nephew Mrs Jane Anderson and Tease Q 23en we many places of interest a few of which I will men tion The cemetery there in which my brother is buried is a beautiful burying ground containing about 100 acres We attended meeting of the Womens Relief Corps of which my sister is a member and I was much interested iu their work Wo al visited tho large woolen mills in Nort Topeka and the office of tho State Journal a daily newspaper One day we visited tho Capitol building or State House which is situated in Northwest Topeka It is a fine build ing We called at the homo of Carrie Nation but she was away on a several months lecturing tour We paid a visit on Sunday to John Cornelinson an old Kentucky friend who lives in North Topeka near the flooded district The scene in this district i horrible houses washed away and watermarks 10 and 12 feet high on tho standing buildings Sixtythree persons are known to have lost their lives Many of tho houses that ar standing have not been occupied since the flood I attended the State Fair which was being holdin Topeka and saw some very fine hogs cattle and poultry- In Kansas City the damage by the flood is even greater than in Topeka Eighteen railroad bridges were washed away and another was saved only by running eight locomotives on it hold it down My nephew Jesse Dixon is an inventor Ho already has a patent ou a flue hole cutter and two other inventions are ready for th patent office I am delighted wit the West because it is all life and push There is plenty of work and at good wages and everything i moving along well- ClutintierUloa Cough Remedy No one who ia acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the groat popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and per manently but prevents those diseases from resulting in pneumonia It is also certain cure for croup Whoop- Ing cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of those facts aro taken into consideration it is no surprising that people In foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few aro willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by S E Welch Jr- EDUCATIONAL CALENDAR Picas send notices for this Calendar Oct 17 Kuox and Boll Counties Joint Association Fifth Magisterial District at White church schoolhouse Oct 17 Owsley County Teachers Association at Bethel schoolhouse beginning at 10 oclock u Oct 26Bell Co Mag Dist 2 As sociatioii at Straight Crook school houseOct 3031 Madison County and 8th Congressional Association at Richmond Loom anti Fla Wheel Wanted Mrs H W Graham Berea College Berea Ky would like to communi catewith anyone having a loom or goodflax wheel for sale GEESE WANTED Will pay highest CASU priceJ H Neff Main St Richmond Ky Cause or Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanu is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plenti fully in street dirt Ills inactive so long as exposed to the airbut carried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lokkjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like in juries to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by S E Welch Jr tJA PRODUCTS OF A STATE Are Foundations of Wraith theISINEWS OF FINANCIAL STRENGTH Scprttitry Peyton N Clarke Olvr an Interesting Interview on the Ueiiflltt That Will Com From the Adoption of the Con stitutional Amendment la November Himself always in the front rank 1when contests are waged for state development Mr Peyton N Clarke of Louisville was naturally turned to by the Constitutional Amendment Committee for Its Secretary Ho has un selfishly devoted much of his time to 1shof the State on the Constitutional Amendment The following reviewer the benefits to accrue was furnished by him for our readers You will understand of course that the proposed Amendment will not Interfere In any manner with the present mchod of assessing real es tato and personal property for State and county purposes All towns and- cities will continuo as heretofore to pay taxes for State and county pur poses under tho present law and the willSany or In the State to secure an act of tha legislature providing that In raising revenues for strictly local purposes towns and cities of any class may sub syseexcise laws In subjecting personal property to Its fair share of the ex penses of such towns and cities as may take advantage of tho Amend ment when adopted- It would seem to be a perfectly fair proposition to allow the towns and cities in the State to raise their revenue for strictly local purposes In any manner they see fit and no fair minded person could reasonably object to allowing them this privilege but the main object and purpose of the Amendment Is of far greater mo ment and Interest to every citizen In the State whether ho Is a resident or couchThe products of a State are Its foundation of wealth but Its Indus financialsafford markets In proximity to the products the producers are badly handicapped and If compelled to send their products to distant markets where there Is greater competition assplainINow In order to secure more In dustries which means more employes and more mouths to feed we must en courage the establishment of new en terprises and at the same time by Increasing the capacity of those already established secure an ample howe market for our home products Other States have seen the wisdom of this policy and Kentuckians should not be allowed to lag behind them Our geographical position Rod enorm tQua undeveloped wealth should enable us to occupy a place lu the front ranks of Industrial development and the future welfare and prosperity or the State can be settled In a great measure hy the adoption of the Constitu tional amendment Manufacturers and other Industries cannot be Induced to luxate lii Kentucky while our taxes on inch Industrie are greater than In outer States with which we have to compel Tlmcfore In order to secure the benefit our position and advantage entltl ui to we must be able to offer the same Inducements as are of lered by our neighbor Wlille the proposed Amendment wli nut change ID tiny manner the present method of assessing real es tate for State and county taxes It must not ba concluded that It will not Bluntly benefit the entire State It Is confidently believed that the sow law will enable the assessors to disclose a vast amount of property not At present In reach of the assessors anti If thla result should follow there would bu an opportunity for an Im mediate and radical reduction In the Ur rate for State and county pur poses by which every taxpayer in the State would be directly benefited The main advantage would bo In the Inducement to new Industries to locate In our midst new capital to seek In vestment in our farms mines and rich timber lands and by thus Increasing our wealth and Importance the result would Invariably follow of a reduction In the tax rate It Is a very simple proposition that the more property to be taxed the lower the rate necessary to secure the tame revenue A recent change In the Kentucky Incorporation law has kept vast sums of money In our State which before tho change referred to went to other States and the numerous enterprises now being Incorporated in Kentucky will continue to add to Its revenues for all time to come and If anyone has been damaged In any way by the change there has been no discovery of the fact If Kentucky could gain so much by a simple chango In the statutes why should she not gain a great deal more by a change in the rovenuo law as proposed in the Amendment to bo voted on In November This Is a grave proposition and de serves the most Intelligent thought and action of our citizen l CONDENSED NEWS Brief Notice of Happenings Here There and Everywhere After a day spent In maneuvering among the Kentucky hills the first day of the mimic battles ended with an ap parent advantage In favor of the Brown army To bo revenged on Oov Mickey ofI Nebraska for Mt refusal to pardon a convict condemned to death a bold attempt was made to kidnap his eight yearold daughter There was a feeling of gratification among the friends and relatives of Mrs Jefferson Davis when the physicians announced a decided Improvement In the condition of the patient Noblo Hamilton one of the foremost of the pioneer jurists of California died at San Francisco at the age of 87 years He was born at Law rcnceburg Ind and had an eventful careerFirst Lieut Sidney S Burbank Sixth Infantry stationed at Ft Leav enworth filed suit In the district court there to annul a pretended marriage with Mrs Conception Vazques a Filipino woman Bob Fitzslmmons and George Gardner are matched to fight 20 rounds at 168 pounds for the light heavyweight championship of the world The con test will take place In San Francisco tho latter part of November Olllccrs near Koas Mich con fiscated ono of the largest ana most complete counterfeit moneymaking outfits ever taken In the country They also captured tho leader and took him to Marquette Mich The body of Millie Williams white about 25 years old was found floating In East lake near Birmingham Ala with three bullet holes through her head Chas II Kelly a middle aged man was arrested on suspicion Members of the Typo Founders union numbering 76 went on strike at St Louis The trouble between tho bosses and the union Is said to bo principally a matter of jurisdiction wages coming into it Incidentally For wile First classbuildjng brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEBEA COLLEGE BRICK YARD- For Snlll Six fine vacant lots and two houses and lots in Berea Good location prices reasonable A J Elder Berea Ky For Sale Two Computing Scales one meat and one grocers Terms to suit pur chaser Call on or address W B Harris Bores Ky Good clothes are always madeto measure Have your new Fall suit madetoorder by Strauss Bros Chi cago Samples are now shown by J J BRANAMAN o Phono h 01 0 + t0 40 +0 +0 +0 +0 +00+00+0+ +0+ your new Fall garments It is the only proper and way of buying your clothes being that GOOD ARE ALWAYS MADE TO ORDER Make your selection from the oring Est 1877 Good tailors over B quarter century Youll find a world of pleas in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Dma faultless in style fit and materials Theyre so much than the ordi nary run of clothes yet prices arc low and your perfectly safe in or dering because if garments not you neednt take them WE WILL DE SHOW YOU OUR GREAT LINE OF CALL For My farm of about 200 acres in Rockcastle county onehalf mile from old Scaffold Cane Church It is in a good moral near two churches within onehalf mile of a and onehalf mile of post j office and two and onehalf miles to nearest depot There are two good orchards on it a twostory house six rooms newly painted and papered good barns and Tho farm is in good condition well water ed good fences 20 acres in fino men dow acres in good pasture t acres for corn and wheat the balance finely timbered I have also sale 9 head of mules and horses head of cattle hogs mostly fat hogp several about 200 bbls of corn farming tools mowing machine rakes wagon etc For further infor mation call and see me I JOE BULLES Rockford Ky FRESH OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY ETC Always on hand at TlLElIIOMK t8 Joes Corner Richmond Ky A Perfect IalnUn 1111 is the one that will cleanse the sys tem set the liver to action remove bile clear the cure head iache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work and antly DeWitts Little Early gripe and sicken while DeWitts Lit tle Early Risers simply perfect Sold by East End Drug Co Includes the largest variety of the seasons newest and beet styles in and now shown in Berea matter what price you wish to in sures a well selected stock to choose from Mrs A T BEREA Ky I od oro O Od od OO k o I O +od +od +od od od O +od od 0 oIot- 0 J BULBSI i o Lono Hyacinths Tulips Crocu Narcissus Chinese Sacred Io Cut Palms Ferns 0 Richmond Greenhouses 0d 0 0 HAVE YOUR MEASURETAKEN for satisfactory CLOTHES tail line o- fSTRAUSS BROS Chicago for ure finish better astonishingly are satisfactory PLEASED TO SAMPLES ON IJ l JBranamanL Sale CheapI neighborhood schoolhouse outbuildings CO 65 for 25 95 haystacks BALTIMORE CRANBERRIES JOESNo thetcomplexion effectually pleasIare RisI IutlIare Our Millinery Stock Ladies Misses Childrens Headgear No youOur Fishrod IGet your esfFlowers IAlLelt have had occasion to use your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mcdi das am pleased to say tNt never used anything for stock tNt save half as good satisfaction heartily recommend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or pouttryshould not eat cheap stock more than sick persons shouldexpect to be cued your stock i and poultry are sick give theta med icine Dont stuff them with worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possibleand Poultry Medicine unlOads the bowels and stirs up the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in time a 25cent can oultryMedicinetimes over Horses work better Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens lay more eggs It solves the as much blood flesh andenergy as possible out of the amoun of food consumed Buy a can from your dealer I i Vr w mss THE CITIZENI JAMES M BEREA KENTUCKY THE WINNING OF MALINDY 1 wuz lovln of Maundy twit I dunno what ter do Ik de brown booe love de bloMom lek do daisy lore de dew j Sat de ol man lay de Jaw downshe wntnt fer me en mine Tte man what sit Mallndy b cot ter- rloe en shine Bn dat whar come de trouble kate all de worl could see Bf I rise ter bent de IItttllu warnt any shine In met En I lonesome er a gray owl on a dead limb bllnkln blln Haze die fo black good people I could never rise en hind I meet de of Than constant cn pUll Jo time o day I dar at cotton pltkln en I liep him Mack de hay X drive his film pastur but be never never fall Ter stan dar at de mllkln when JJndy had de pall En In meetln time de distance bftwhj V us still wuz wide XV ol man In de Amenpew aMnpln by her side Twuz Glory halMulal wed htm de whole day long But felt wufs dan Ills tlncln laTc aIseepaw In a Bong 1 But one day ween de preacher preach his longer an his bCB 1 Bout de happy Gelds of Eden what de righteous gwlne let rest De or than think he In emhe see de glory Ian En he soon wuz snorln louder Jan de bacs drum In a banl Den Llndy rue up Better dan de mist de run make rise Ter de place dey keeps de rain at 4n de blue roof of de skies En I heped her In de buggy to de 01I man ever knowed En In des half a recoil we wuz splnnln down de road JIow dat mule went whip ncrackln an- ole llghtnln way erlong nut de rattlln of de buggy wheel wuz sweeter dan a tang Cross clumps en holler places wc went It fas en blln De of man des ahowlln en ohollerln- bthlnl We let him lak a harrlcane what aint got time tee itny En mighty nigh runned over Elder Jen kins on de way Wen I hopped out of dat buggy en give der weddln sign En In one sunshiny minute lallndy she wuz mine De ol man come e raglnhe WUZ moi too mad ter speak Ills buggy turned u somerset en pllehed him In de creok Me wuz wet ez all creation en Undy Say Lawd know You gwlne ter catch yo death o colgo home en dry yo doze Frank L Stanton In Colliers Weekly A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLABD- Aulker el Mtn alArmThSe- d a Ton tic Coprltbt it by J n Llppincc Co All rltU reserved CHAPTER VL CONTINUED Now he saw changes oneyery hand BulldiD belonging to the various college fraternities were dotted along the hillside where in hU day there Lad been open fields lie looked for a grapevineyard that an injudicious husbandman had persisted in culti eating to flue vast delight of the students but it had disappeared The little wooden arbor half way up the Mil had been replaced by a more 1m posing structure built In part iA liewn stone He saw the venerable form of his favorite pnfeiBor ap Tiarontly untouched by the lapse of the years sitting beneath his tree rmbowLrcd porch and thedesire was strong in Jtossiters heart 1o go In and take him once again by the hand but a glance at his own attire thread bare nnd weatherstained thought he Lad succeeded in freshening it name what rvtitralned him It was with a thrill of pleasure that lie come just before ruchngthe hill crest to the row of ancient Lombardy poplars stately trees that hud defied the winter winds for wellnigh Incentury They had u greeting for Here we are they Kueumd to- ray jiwt as we were whole you tramped up and down beeathmsundt were glad to see you back Ulipy At least did not notice the j UuijJu pearance of the erewblle Spruce young man uponbinsJlere there were new buildings and a snore prosperous air than of old but the general effect was the same and truck Itoggiter more than ever be f lore as beautiful and IrapreseJvc Ihe hall in which he had roomed Jocked so he roamed on wandering about at will and meeting no one better pleased to have It so finding1 aun talkingjtreesand by he strayed down into the col lege burying ground a little hed e j girdled GodVacre just under lJUe brow nf the hill where some of the college worthies anti a few student who had gone from life while yet un I Ii1ugrndulItes slept their long sleep it was an Jdealspot full of the deep tat peace In the lower corner where the trees opened and revealed a vest sweep ot country as faraway as the theMotionAgaupon the sward Here he fingered tor more then an hour and whVn he rose to leave there was a sends of M tenttnent is file wart that viistrange to him and the light of iInaer mohc shunt ppun hia tea iy f L enArr R VII THE SPRINO Ar TIE WOODTOOK Where in the deuce did you slope 17 inquired Joe Becraft as toasiter- j took his seat at the dinnertable when- i the meal was more than halt through I went for a walk replied Sos anywheresyou would care to go our trasip of last evening I wish youd waited an come along with lien an me said llecrnft In stead of pokln off by yourself Where did you go Over to Blue creek mile creek wheres thntr You follow the road that pRSfi the house for unit a tulle or so an It brings you out over a big gulch through which the creek flows Itl a fine stream Trout in it too they sot Ill go over with you next Sun day If you Ilkro said Hosstter recognizing from toe description the place where he had met Hart Dawson on Thursday night Joe hud seemed rather hurt by Raft liters desertion but was appeased by his promise for the coming Sunday and when they arose from the dlnuer table they went together Into the upper orchard for a Brooke They found a comfortable spot In the long grass and Ptretchfd at full length their pipes drawing just to suit them the leaves rustled softly above them a catbird in an adjacent thornbush scolding and singing alternately they enjoyed in a brimming measure the Ihssiiude of simply existing By and by Becraft sought his cot for n nap and Uosslter was left alone Ire ently he naught sight of Jack Par melee near the hopkiln and hailing him naked for the loan of something to read 1arroelee procured him n a paper and A cheap magazine and with these in hand he strolled to the bottom nt the large vrchnrd Xot seeing any nook there that took hU fancy and being attracted by the woodland beyond the meadow he loitered towards it along a clearly defined path that ran parallel to the fence for some distance and then swerved obliquely to meet an opening in the forest As he nenred the wood he discovered that the ground fell away quite Abruptly and at the base of the declivity near the gap in the trees this proved to be the entrance to an eld luggimg road was the most crystal rf springs shaded by n gi gantic willow Beneaththls hail been placed a rustic seat Jove TJC exclaimed Ive hit upon It tliis time There was a glass upon n flat stone at the brink of the spring and Itos Biter refreshed hire self with a deep draught from the cool wellhead Then he took possession of the seat tried several positions and finally leaned back with a sigh of satisfaction It had been days since he hind read a line of print and of reading he had been always passionately fond Indeed In his ravings he missed books more than any other luxury yet he was now in no hurry to open mll7ulne or paper The spot appealed to him r s to idyllic he preferred to enjoy its sylvan beauty Just before him there was a short vista where the loggingroad pmetratcd the for est Soon this woodmans highway curved however tlO that he had no glimpse of the heart of the wood The overflow from the spring with its small timbrellike voice followed the bend of the rotd and on Its edge n few ardll distant among the trees a late cardinalflower displayed Its scarlet robe A woodpecker struck up a loud tattoo a squirrel suddenly grew garrulous and then lapsed Into silence and far away from remote swampy recesses came a faint wall lag as though a plover cried Having brooded to Ms satisfaction on his wild environment ItostJter turned first to paper and then to magazine He was glancing with Idle curiosity at the faces of some of the people ut the day prominent In public view when he fancied he caught the sound tit voices Rolf rising he lis tened with intentness Yes that was Miss Merlons merry chatter and Miss Densmares answering laugh He could nut see them for the ridge be hind him hid them from view They were doubtless coming to the very place where he had been reclining iimd would be disappointed if they discovered the seat had an occupant He could not retreat along the logging road without being noticed imil did not wish that they nlnjuld observe him lust at his left however was a hazelcopse that offered concealment It occurred to him that ho could slip Into thismud then by making a little detour strike the woodmans track below where it curved A stroll of exploration appealed to his humor tend he was quick to put Ida idea Into execution o when the two girls ar rived at the spring they found their possession of its lyric seclusion umlJH pitted After they hind enncuned themselves comfortably upon the sent Miss Merton opened the book which she had brought with her iiUrriitg on Instant later a cry of chagrin How utterly stupid of noelshe said showing the page to her COIIKJXI JtVi the wrong story Oh never mtudsaid Miss lena 100reHutr do mlndo cried Miriam It was so perfectly foolish of me not tc look I knew the t vo novels had ex actly the same covers Im going wick for the other Youll not be afraid to top for a few minutes lofieT Why do you trudge hack through all the heat It isnt worth while Not fliat I care glancing about her a little doubtfully l ecanie I shall be left alone It was absolutely tallyof me that Im going said Miss Mertoa and she hurried up the slope Hoekltrr in the meanwhile bad l jIi duid hit way with much cftutioa P InronRlj the thicket pained the more open wood though everywhere there was considerable undergrowth anti conic out upon th loggingroad He walked on for perhaps n hundred paces when he emerged Into a little glade where the rillet from the spring joised a larger brock Here a fallen tree made to Inviting b resting plae that he seated himself in tending to resume his wanderings nf ter a few moments As he glanced aimlessly about him he spied n small hickory sapling of nrrowy straight ness which he fancied he would like fur a staff accordii gly he took from his pocket the large knife with which Jack 1armelec hind supplied hint for cutting hopvines mapped back the single blade and nf proached the miniature tree He hud bent it over nnd made the first incision when n wo mans scream unmistakably a cry of terror penetrated with startling clearness the forest quietude and it come from the direction of the spring So quickly did Itossitcr leap lack that the boughs of the released sapling hind no time to whip his face Into his pocket went the knife he was sorry afterward he had not kept It in his hand and he raced up the woed road with the speed of the run ncr who overcame Atalantn When he had compassed half the distance be wren the glade and the tend another scream rang out more full of fright it seemed to him than the first In vain he strove to quicken his pace He was already sprinting at the top nf his bent Just before he reached the turn he was conscious that someone was running towards him but who it was he could not see owing to the under rntb He heard gasps of labored breathing and then Miss Uensmore appeared before him wild eyed her tair half unbound lice face despite hr exertions as pale as bleached linen Behind lire not more than ten feet distant his repellant countenance exultant rushed a man Whisker The girl on the instant recognized itoskltcr sad a moan of despair coped he She slackened her speed for just a breath in her uncertainty and DavtsonM outstretched hand al must gripped her shoulder Then It flashed upon her who this was before her nUll with a glad cry she sprang towards lima Intent upon the girl her pursuer had given Kosslter uo heed and suddenly found himself in that young mans grip and was hurled backward with such force that he stumbled and fell upon the sward You damnable hound the pole puller cried standing over him with clenched fists- 1Vhuiskers made no response but returned llossiterc infuriated gaze with a disgusting leer Get up commanded the young non The vagrant rose slowly to his feet let his eyes rove furtively first to one side and then to the other as though it were his intention to take to his heels and then suddenly sprang with an enraged snarl at Miss Dennmores rescuerWant her yeraelf do ye Charlie By God ye shnt have her So sudden wan the onslaught that Konsit r would have been overborne had he not suspected some such move ment on Dawsons part and been in a measure prepared He shifted his position slightly to meet the attack and FMung out with a blow which had it landed fairly would have given the ruffian his quietus then and there It was turned aside however by an uplifted arm and the next moment Hossiter felt a steely clamp upon his throat He tore away his assailants AMD HE COLIAPSKD INTO AN L EHT MASS hand by a desperate effort but he cause to remember those terrible lingers for days afterwards The two men now stood eyeing one another and ns llosslter moved a step to gain a firmer foothold for the ground was uneven and spongy he was conscious of Miss Densmorc not far distant crouching ngtiinxt n tree Dont stand therel he cried to her him for Gods ftnke- He had come to realize that strong III he knew himself to be the strength of the man confronting him wan something greater The searing grip Vpon his throat toM Ito startling tale And JiMireowr ho had not to deal with n crealvre moved by the ordi nary human emotions but with n ir used und infuriated beast terrible with u beasts unrestrained passions The sound of Miss UfcxmoreH foot steps was the uigcal for Dawson to renew the attack his hairy face was lowered and seemed to sink between hits cbouldpra With powerful arms outstretched lie hurled himself toward JlotHiiler like a hideous oiirauguiitiing There wait uu tins taking the gleam in his tYI1 In Ids present mood to come within the grasp ill those arms meunt a speedy closing to lifea chapter hunt cried Ko nlter once more to the girl He would at least BO manage the encounter that Mice Densmore would ht an Jpplrfunltyto get beyond- thcclrttches of thla moiuter provided rv ne wonM avafl herself of the brief respite he could otTer her Had the reaction from her fright rendered her Incapable of fleeing He did not dnrc look about as he leaped agilely now this way and now that eluding the raging creature who pursued him but hr thought that she might still be crouching not far away tun exhaust cd to fly gave him Intense agony ol mindSuddenly Dnwson turned from him with tin oath leaped the adjacent rivulet and plunged into the wood lint little more thou SO yards distant Itossttcr was aware of Miss Dens mores retreating figure lIe too crossed the little strewn at a bound Dnwson flung a look back over die shoulder In the race he hail pet hops 15 feet the advantage but lo liter was the more nimble and the gup between them speedily narrowed Soon the two men wero net more than live feet apart hind then Ecvw son tripped anti sprawled headlong The root upon which he caught hula toot like a wary wrestler tiling him sideways His crown crushed against u treetrunk and he collapsed into an inert mass The polepuller thinking him dead bent over him tin discover that he urns surly stunned Stooping above the repulsive ninl nil face an itching crept Into Knus ters lingers to ache the hairy throat and choke out the foul life once for all Then n question smote him rind he started back Would the path he had followed until so short n time previous eer have led htm to bto come such a loathsome thing He shuddered With this later thought that which hindlrlt11 murder in his ears slipped from him Now he recalled Miss leninore nnd glanced quickly about A score of yards away stool the girl her figure tense her eyes burning upon him In the green gloom He hastened towards her Is he dead slut asked almost In n whisper ns he drew near No he returned nnd mores the pity though perhaps I shouldnt say Ithet only stunned She made no reply but began walking forward by his stile unstead ily He saw tint she was stinking from lead to foot and he did not know what to do or say Would sire bear up he wondered It was sheer grit that was keeping her from glr ing way that was evident Why dldut leer cousin appear Where was she alp this time If she had returned to the house for any reason it was taking her unconscionably long to make the trip there and back It seemed to him Apt nt once Miss Densmore turned her drawn face Into which the blood now flowed towards Kosniter Oh I cant thank you sue began there are no words lie cut her short I did nothing he raid Fnte or whatever your like to call it protected you But how did you chance to be aloneJliriamMhss Mcrton went tip to the house for n book We had conic down to the spring nt the woodedge to read and by mistake she brought the wrong novel She insisted on gv tag to change It Sylvia Sylvia P a voice In which there wax a note of alarm cried at this juncture Yes here I am retponded Mitn Densmore and an instant later she and Kosslter stepped Into the log ging road a short distance from the spring and its shielding willowtree beneath which Mlis Merton was standing To De Continued HERRMANN THE GREAT AilontihlHK Trlek II Perform One Xgtit to she Inasuirut- at Ml Ilir KiertMar Not many months before his dentil In this citysays the KoeheMer los Express the magician was a guest nt the famous hut now defunct White chapel dub the rendezvous of Chi cago Bohemian On the night In question n venerable Japanese priest was present In the nurse of n few tricks Herrmann picked up n deck of cards and naked some one to select n earth The seven of clubs was the card drawn from the pack mad It was shown to the spectators but not to the magician The card was replaced In the deck which was shuttled nail then handed to one of the spectators Look through the deck please said Herrmann The holder of the cards slid AJ re quested Is the card that was Crnwn in tin pack nuked the wizard Xo sir answered the spectator What WOK the card Tine seven of clubs Well gentlemen said Herrmnnu If one of you will kindly unlace till prelate shoe you will find the card that Las vanished from the pack After n smiling protest the Jape nese priest unlaced hilihol and there to the amazement of all waa found the seven spot of clubs Itrd 1lnvr to rut n MUA In There In something decidedly pathetic in the case of John Mcintyre of Arran and his sheep dog Chancu During the sleep dog trials one of which took place before the king recently It necessary for the shep herd to iltreut his dog by the sound of his voice especially at a certain corner It was tit this corner thai 1rlncesn Victoria happened to Itand John known locally as the Grand Swearer was on the horns otII die lemma Ills only hope of victory war to address the dog In the language OB which it had been brought up lilt in the presence of royalty that sort of Scotch was unspeakable Bo he was obliged to leaveitho whole tidal to chance and of course lost Thr occasion proved more of a trial fur the shepherd than for the thtty due ifirl Etorie A Sweet Tooth In responsible for innny lichen and pains Hut whatever the cause of du cay it should be arrested anti the Teeth put in K oodcondition We clean till or extract teeth without pain to the patient Our flue acts of tooth nt 55 made on zjlonito or rubber ere absolutely per feet We guaranty thrm Teeth extracted 2fi cent The twill amalgam filling 7G cents Special nc commodatiotiB for patients from I distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson KySO grUr pa TorsrPsisaioswsarsraBteislw Tnv arIeoeoiuiiarrb eau SWIFTCO tttrtL1O- pp U6Ptlal Ollcel tllnTfesaG For pleasant physic take Chnin berluinH Stomach nod Liver Tablets Easy to ttke Pleasant in effect Kor sale by S E Welch Jr BUIrruurwunu aulrn4 Ivr alai TELEPHOJES Compld 8750 ftt pit Each pelt of 1hnnf intw sad packed wta vm to ttiftt nron eau mate 14 nectarr eon prrtlouskaowlet cum 7e1 s munt In Iulf sad 1ucluudti lb h4awlug filmau4Talrlai asllirylIbhlaiilM anil Tp in I1BIt lAX C TAFKL zo JvaVTlllxn ELCCTBICL tnrawJararrowsaCIS LofnvnLr Kr Tlx gnu that tlrml- iwJlbcut leaving a scar is DeWitla The name Witch Hazel iIpplitlllO many Salves but DeWilt Witch Hazel Salve ill the only Witch Hazel Salvo made that contains the pure unadulterated witch If any other Witch Hazel Salvo is offered to jou it ill a counterfeit KC DeWitt invented Witch Hsrsl ltlRntl UeWitti Witch Hazel Salve is the beat salve ia the world for cuts burns bruises tel ter or blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold at East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for bomoiiDUU and homewoven goods such as bed forerlidn linen drew Hnsey jeans blankets etc at follow lug price Corerlids f 4 to JC Linen 40 to W rents n yard Dress Linsey CO cents n yard Jenns GO cents a yard niauket uaturnl brown wool or bark dfw J3 n pair White linsey and white blankets ire not iu demand only on orders Coverlidn must be 2 yards 72 acbe wide nod 2 J yards 90 iuclios long All dyes lined must be old faaliioaed homemade dyes- Anywomsnwbowants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boren Colle i should find out what the Collect waste before beginning to weave 01 Ipln For informatiou apply in IHr ton or by letter tc Mrs Hctte W Graham Bursa Ky Un Gained Party round In Thirty Ittjt For several mouths our younger brother had been troubled with lad gestion He tried several remedies but got no relief from them We pur chased Borne of Chamberlains Stom ach Jbd Liver Tablets aud he commented taking them Inside of thirty days he bad gained forty pounds in flesh Ho ia now fully recovered We have a good trade on theTablets Hottr BBOS Merchants Long Branch Mo Fur aalo by S E Welch Jr L MONUMENTS staturIUrns nedatons CranlU and UarbU Work nf all kinds don in a workmauliku lunnnnr at ret ennoble priors and with dispatch Allwork guaranteed bl GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky J Tmr ei Mate Coll aNaIL tUnr M illir of it Like Opinion Mrs Iiliuer ofCordova Iowa says One of mv children was subject to croup of st severe type anti thu giv lag of CbamlxrlaiuH Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers iti this neighborhood think this same I do stout thlsi remedy nud want uo other kiud for thfir fhildriu For sale by S E Welch Jr y DR M E JONES Dentist te OCUc Over Printing ofictI Office Days Wednesday to rnj ul the week 1 i GARnET HOTEL Newly Fitted up Menls B std sod f Lodging nl xipulnr priced t Second ft oppMiti Court HouM- llicbmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop tether Who would keep their children ID good health should watch for tho flint Hjmptomft of vortiiN not rl1II0fttIthem with Whitnit Cream It in the children hut oak It getis digestion ut work that their food does them good und they grow up healthy anti ttroug IfTu nt the Kant End Drug Co Without Harness The best horse in the wprld ill of Ilh tin sue With wellmade perfect fitting harness on hn Unointm both useful and oroamentnl If style is desiredour ih 10 BUGGY HARNESS will Till the bill to dot It in light liHuddOiue stud very durable If strength is the umiu couiideta lion our t 20 TEAM HARNESS x will meet all rctuirumculri CouhIDtbe otrouger if it was suit iron T J Moberly Richmond Kr l II sine Illclit In she spot When pain or irrilniou exists on any tart of 1he body tho application of Ballardfi Snow Liuimunt will Hive prompt rellelI It roes right to the jhiugU Smith proprietor Smith House Tenahn Texas writes I I have used llallardH Snow Liniment iu lay fam fly for several year arid have found it to be a fino remedy for nil aches and pains nnd I recommend it for pnine 4lodOGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS i fniltt Mrf Vrelabls SptcUlty r dote attat orBaoo Cream BnS- JIpPeslll LYLOLITIs MILL ry i4iDLrylj w g 04 AN IMPROVISED ROLLER flan tut OUf llhlrla IIs Ilecn 1e- etlu ii uIrRII Kalrfactluu II IUIr ji Jr one coon afford orll le not eu- veulrnt n to buy n rolllr here Is n pia n ULtdlft to tJn tvllsluctorv vrork In mtg111n clod tlt ttg yunng torn land etc olle A sand leg which II smooth iree IIOMSMAD ROLLEIL from knots jlid and htnvr Inch Iron Imig are driven In at eorli end fhmr ififlM bate a steed head no that tli ijc inch waBtllnc which Is 211 frcttut Itpg may III held terurrly In place To the end of earn senntllni 1s n short haln shunt one foci long to hhc houses to KiMtui checks on tram and to ahtnd Cut the wantllnc 10nr- nt lowtr ripe anti in going down hill it will srrajH on the around and nut run on the tenorJ W Stevens In Inrm and Hume ROADS AT ST LOUI- SPreldrnl ec lalllIn Poulos rimik fur llttillill mill a heal lulrruHlliiiint Iuateallau- Irraldtnt n U Francis of the St Louts Kxpmltlon committee Ii nn cn Ihutlattlc advocate of Improving th common cwt a of the country lie ptanolnr to nJve good roads a prom Inane feature of the expoiltlon In a reie tit Interview he raid It Is the l ilre of the mnuagrm r to dlteotcr eke bout material trot which roC can be mode We Klta IKTICII those IntereitwJ In different kinds of rt a iruaKlog material and the 1dlhtraat ilrvUrntr of plans for country toads to display their materials and plant In ctcrr Ihitt the people of all scc tluns may Ctlcrrnltie whirls are the brit inatcrlalK And rurthods for uiaklug highways We hope alto by having a grunt In lirnatlonal rood roads cunvrntlon In roDnictlcn with the ixpoMtlon to In cieiMe the lutfrfft which Is felt In this country uid tlroiirliout the world In Ihe innklnt of Kuoi roads Anyone who has bt n lu countrltc where there are teal roads IIIOWB Low much railer life tlurr Ieau member wh n was llvjng on a Urin myself The farm was not on a turnpike huh three milts away trop It nnd If we had been able to de vote lo t II linK the toll nod looking after the stork the inergy and the time waited In irnvifiliiK those threo whir of dirt road II e would have been abl- pay SO time ovt r thin Intrrrst on the incibey rrqnlnd to build thne alVn of pood niad- in truvtllns through KIITOJ about two montlis nga In purxunnce of official duties wool Imprinsed with the ver s01h rlor roadways of that continent Ourw cannot tie clamped with them Is a try ordinary clrcumitatice In Kratite or Iltlrltim to hear of Anierl C311 who are starting out can tour ol 50 or 1RO miles In parties of three or fnnr vthlcUs and 20 to people They spend Urge amounts of mono In the country through which these tour are tnktaj What Js left there bj fbo tourists who take advantage of these oat roads In itself sufllclmt to pay the Uitcrii upon the cost of those roads It IR trot only desirable from th rt1Dsb standpoint eT material Interest to have pood roads regardless of their cost tint rent the standpoint of our own jleninire the culture of n com munity nit thin enlightenment of the Iftdivldualu who traverse these TOad It Is not only wise Lot IlIII a duty to remove an obstacle to nMvanceineut which can tto so euslly removed M bud roads tae fMOTpimlii fur Srntt Common soapsuds will go tar 101111 keeplUK phurtfi vines and bushes fn e of scales and Jnrects In general On wafluay Jlie minpsiidg may be Utilized doute tbu Juves With a comaioii sprayer one con wet the under sides ot Ihe lisuifi thoroughly with the cud w Where 1I11 pofl 1JI1 to reach the leaven the inatimnt may be easily don Make a soap Jotler and aR ly it to aJl Vines and bushe tvtthln naich by dq H ping them Into tho vessel Or take ODe handful of latlur and with the other hind draw the infested leavw through itao that Ihe tiudej Jdes are tDIIdl- antl farmer Hlpilloir rsdlr JJunt Jayr OP auks about strlprJnB folded Tin leaven of corn are more palatnbta Rn- rIU1I16 than the PtolKa but the labor Involved lu stripping and bundling carccy pnymi There la much miirl- psent in tii stalk and If shredded or cut stock will eat nearly all We should prefer cutting and shocking corn whlli- Ibe plant has some Green In It The grain will ripen and the whole plant thus made available The chief point to rciaviDber in harvesting corn IB to cut at the proper ptttae pot too ripe DorI oorCtDnnfnJ World rty rR ijJ CLEANING FRUIT FIELDS Work Unnr In Aotrjiiin Iqe Urtla- Illulr Illililrnd In Hie Cem lair KrulllMK Keaua- In many districts It Is not until spring arrives that the work of cleaning the Held begins nod then hurry tnsties While the docaved weeds and gram rov erlcg the roots of the plants tiny serve as n mulch and partially protectnsalntt tbe severity of the winter the question comes up us to the cost Apparently It le cheaper to allow the weeds to grow and remain If they are valued as mulch lit material an no labor U required In their use but weeds are very expensive and very costly If the matter be vlewtd from an economical standpoint The storing of the material for the prod tin lion of next years crop of troll rots on In the vines now and the greater por tion of the effort of reproduction Is wlln the rendition of heat and moisture am most favorable Some plants bear fruit before the summer comes on but It Is during the tuninur that the growth of new runes and vfiles greatest AH the elements of growth come from the soil and as no plant will thrive as well under competition as without It It In plain that the wtuls simply rob the planln not only of nourishment but alfo or moisture When they die In the they do not return lo the roll tha which Is derived from It as during the process of dfcomvoi Itton much of then trocenous matter Is dissipated In the Ii motphfrr The duty should be to cut hate between the rows of itrawberrlf raspberries and blackberries thlnnlni 0out thn surplus plants acd either hoelnK Ior hand pulling the weeds Ifnomeltlnd winter covering be needed It U more economlral to tide nalt hay or ome cheap material that tall be easily applied It IIII alro hot lo rut back tbe tops of rants If growth Is to be made Ill It of laterals It Is much better tc cut back early than to walt until the flat has wafted orgy In producing vines that mutt bertmovril In the prlng All the energy saved now will be brought me next spring In the effort to produc- fruit which will then be of better qua IITroy N V J Times CRATES FOR VEGETABLES They ore rnll lade and If Writ Tul fii Cnrr Of Will Lal Inca umtirr of 1en GltllbluIarmii are very ron venient sad economical They are In use by only a few farmers and those uttutcorn most pay for thrmtelvei In one season cone hundred are none too many for a Til K CIIATK COM IlKTB farmer lo have They should be rand 13 Inches hquare and M Inches high which will hold nearly one bushel heaped measure The corner pleas should be made of maple one and one halt Inches square cut In two diagonally The stoat should be threeclghti by twos inches preferably of elm and palled threeeight or onehalf lath apart The top stet should be at least five eights or threefourths Inch thick and the space between this and the rec ond slat one and onehalf Inches wider to permit of getting the bands through for lifting The bottom slots on two- t tildes must also be liveeights or three fourths Inch thick lo permit of nail Ingtho bottom slats Such crate made of good seasoned material and kept under cover when not In use will last for many years Orange Judd Farmer Knrinrrn tiny IIaR Cnlti It Is becoming quite n custom now among farmers of the west and north west to buy range rolls one or two years old Instead of raising them High grrde rangebred colts ran be bought for less money than It will cost the farnt er to rate colts of equal quality and by buying while young the difficulty and danger of breaking them Is reduced to n level with that of homegrown onto male Common or Inferior horses grown on the ranges find no sale nail tooun nand a talc price the breeding stuck mUll be of good slrn form and quality The cotta bring grown on the range en tirely can be sold for less money than it would cost the farmer to rater them giving shelter grain and hay Form Journal 01lha to AVent the rfftlrti recentlydemonstrated the pigs on the sow as league possible roniflstent with the healthy and strong condition of Ihe mother Ttiechltf reason for this Is that a vow and life plin too gather will extract more nourUhinent from a given quantity of food than will the enned pigs alone phesow and Alga 1wrro weighed separately each week and any loss or gain of the sow wnsdeditcted from or added to the Increased weight of the pigs The pigs were allowed to re main on the sow for ten weeks then a similar course of feeding was earned ou with the pigs for seven weeks The roW and pigs consumed on an average 231 pounds of meal und 634 pounds of skim milk In maklngadmllar IlIlreue Mid land Farmer iMpuvllmu owlon Because of the failure of last yeart onion crop In the northern states which was due to the retting of the vege tables In the ground the on ons of Europe and Africa are binIblpprahere In line quantities THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lemon In the InteVnatlimul Series fur Uvloliir ifci IBIIDatida- r uir lon Vi U IEHSON THXT Ia5111i Godunto the multitude of Tfiy lender mfrcU blot out my Irunrgrerlont Wash mr thoroughly from mine Ini quay and rltnns me from my sin z For uckiiowlMJu my transgressions and my silt evil belcrr me Against The Thee only have sinned and done this evil In Thy might that Thou inlBhttM be Ju tlfUd when Thou Ktinkeit laid be cleur when Thou A Uiholil wallapen In InlqultandI- n Din did ray mother vcnctlvc file 6 litliold Thou drMieth truth In the Hurd Ilrll and In the hidden pure Thou limit nuke me to know wisdom furs mt with liy ftii and shall be clean wash me and bat he whiter than ialft me to hem Joy and gladness thut the bones which Thou past brok n Ills rejoice lllut Thy fact tram my sins and blot out all mine lnuiulile create In me a rleon heart 0 God and renew right tvitii within me Cam me not away from Thy presence end take not Thy iloiy Spirit from me It He tsre unto me the Joy of Thy FOIVB tlon and uphold me with Thy free spirit U Then will each trumgrumors Thy ways and sinners shut lv converltd unto Thor from Wood ulUlre i O tOIgntto Iord up Ttru n3 Ilpt and my inmih stui hew forth Thy Irnlie Tliciu detret nut mcrlllci else wouii give IU Thou UtilKhtest not In burnt The offerliiK urrlfcee or Ood are broken spirit n broken and a contrite hturt 0 Jud Tou it dllh- UIIIIII l1ICrnl Its we elrau heart U UI n lilt NOTES AND COMMKNTS 2 Sam 9 One of the many Indlca ItlonK of Uavlda generosity and true htartcUneHS Jc found In his kindness to h th the crippled son of his orlenetal monarch of Davids time exterminated the fancily of the former Mug root and branch David did not ilo so but sent across the Jordan to Mt where Mcphlboshcth was liv humtto Jerusalem with great honor restor ing to him the rich laude of Saul which hud been con Unrated and added him to the constantly Increasing number of iourtlers who enjoyed the kings favor and lived more or less at his exnenw at the court In Jerusalem 2 Sam 111223 David stood the tests of adversity better than those of prosperity Ease and luxury were be ginning to tell on hula character In stead of lending Isle urmleH Into bottle as formerly he now left them to Joab nnd remained blmielf In his harem at Jerusalem The fact that In those days It wan considered eminently proper for a king to have n harem did not make that harem lees demoralizing Tjienad story of Davids moral wenknws when tempted and then of his deliberate mur der to conceal his Mn and add another woman to Lila herein Is told In Chap 11 Thus far says Aglen the story belongs to the usual crimes of nn onto ental despot What follows however could have been found no where In the anclenl world but In the Jewish monarchy When after the terrible year lived with a guilty con science the prophet Nathan again ap geared before David to do the hard duty of a friend 12112 David broke down completely confessing his sin and repenting with n repentance that was really a change of life Black as the sin hind been Jehovah forgave the penitent man but the results of the sin troubled Davids life to the end Os 6115 In connection with this story of the sin and repentance of Isra els greatest king we study the marvel nun prayer for pardon In the Fiftyfirst Psalm It Is not known who wrote this Psalm but It fits Davids circum stances so fully that many suppose It was written by him after the visit of Nathan In Its words the penitence and aspiration of those who have done wrong have found expression through nil thn centuries to this present time In there not a pVce for the confession amid prayer of the first few verses In every Christian experience The one offering the prayer has hope but It Is in Gods loving kindness rather than In his own deserts Against Thee Thee only have I sinned The very natural feeling of the heart whatever Us sin as It bows before the loving mid righteous God to whom In Its slim It Im been untrue The Psalms are written In the language of the feelings That thou mayest be Justified Uy confessing my guilt admit that Thy condemnation Is Just Vs C12 Purify me with hyssop Pronounce me clean from my sin Just us the priest pronounces the leper clean as lie sprinkles him with time hyssop branch Gladness That conies only with s senso of sin put away and forgiven Bones broken A very stung figure denoting the most complete prostration Perowne Vs 1117 Theo will I teach No one can bring others to Christ more effectively than the one who has conic close lo Gods fatherly heart In this experience of contrition and forgive ness Thy praise An expression of the Joy that fills the heart of the prod igal after his return to the fathers house Than dellghtest not In sacri fice Nor In any other external thing In Itself hat In a real vital change of heart IMlACTICAj BtTOanSTIONS Ones sins may be very numerous but the multitude of Gods tender mercies outnumbers them- Confession and forsaking of sin are necessary In order to obtain Gods par don Wash me thoroughly front mine Ini quity In cleansing from sin no one should desire half measures The best thing U to be respected and beI4 ALLIGATOR IN QUEER HAUNT Curlnii lSlinpeil Ilriitll rnncM la MlBMiurl Must Poiiil Inrile Mute nlurnllata A threefoot alligator found In n mud pond near the Wabash railroad tracks In Columbia Mo a few days ago Is puzzling the zoological associates of Missouri university The alligator was discovered by Fred Dawson of Colum lila In n rmall pond formed by recent rains The reptile reared its hfod near the bank and Dawson shot It with a re volver lie secured the specimen and gave It lo the 7OolopIcal laboratory of the Missouri university The story was not believed at first as It was thought that an alligator could not have survived the climate of ro northern a region ns Mlfzourl hut when the eurloflty was exhibited at the state university all doubts were removed It tins been found that the reptile Is of ab normal anatomy It has strangely de veloped vertebrae entirely too large and out of proportion with the fleshy parts of the body and Is deformed In other ways though to all outward appearances It does not differ from other reptiles of the kind There Is no doubt as to the species lint the reptile Is so peculiarly formed that the university authorities are of opinion that they have n rue curiosity of unusual scientific Impor tance A number of offers have been re reived from curiosity seekers but the fprrlm n will hp retained as the prop erty of the university GIRL HAS ROMANTIC CAREER Mlasunrl Mnlil linedn Nrgru oe In the MnillMiilie Then lleriiiiim n llollr The story of Miss Mary Gordon Is one of the most romantic that hasevercome to light and It Is probable that no other school girl In this country has had ro many vicissitudes as this talented dough ter of Mr and Mrs Llston Gordon of Chllllcothc Mo It Is not 10 months since Mary was the wife of a negro and was flying over Kcnias Missouri and Iowa with him trying to escape from her father declaring that she would never forsake her black husband that she loved him and that she herself had negro blood In hit trios It Is not 30 months since Marry was arrested and declared Insane and sent to an asylum as the result of her stract Infatuation for her negro husband From the madhouse she went to a St Ixiuls academy end from there she has graduated to return to her home In Chllllcothe anti to become one of the belles of the northern Missouri town Now she has forgotten her negro hus band nod her mind Is a complete blank prior fo the time she was pronounced cured at the asylum SAVES THE WOMAI S SIGHT Irugs khs Gruffest up n t4nnnd tre truU Tiilnl Illlniliirmi nuil Imlriit llrciitrra A delicate operation hns just been performed lathe Massachusetts homeopath ic hospital at Boston whereby a woman was saved from total l lndnety hfrIeye and the proms was attended with great dangerThe flesh about the eye had become bruised amid the slIn became affected Doth to save the eyesight and to prevent the rocket from having a bald hideout appearance the graft had to be made Frog skin was used because ro human tltln was available Grafts from Ihe while skin of n frog were taken nnd liP ullfd to the eye The patient has fully recovered Tho natural skin and frog skin here coal vest tn ns lo le Indlstlnpulrhalile tin one from tIt outer- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct CATTLECommon 2 25 G 3 00 Heavy steers 4 35 5 00 CALVES Extra 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 70 0 80 Mixed packers 5 fr 5 70 SHEEP Extra 3 35 3 JO LAM US Extra Ii C5 0 5 75 KLOUK Spring pat 4 lCl1I 87thNoCOItN No 2 mixed fib i8 OATSNo 2 mixed lit 3S HYE No 2 C2 O 63- 11AYCh timothy 13 50 POHK Clear family 113 45 LAUD Steam l C HUTTEU Ch dairy 0 121 i- Choleo creamery 22V APPLES Fancy 2 50 2 75 POTATOESPer bbl 75 tf 2 00 PUIlACCONry 3 0 9 00 5 co c 6 65 Chicago FLOUH Winter pat 10 4 10 79VjNo45XrOATSHYE No 2 0 63 POHK Mess 11 00 111 121 iLAUD Steam ft 75 New Yor- kFIOUIIWln strts 3 75 0 3 95- WHEATNo 2 red 0 S2 COHN No 2 mixed 0 51 iu OATSNo 2 mixed 0 41j HYE Western W POHK Mess 13 50 qu 25 LAUD Steam 0 7 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 81 a 503OATSNoCATTLE Steers 0 6 00 HOGS Western 7 00 0 7 10 Louisville jCOHNNo37yP011KMessLARDSteam C J 75 a Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 0 81 4CyOATSNo j 4 NECESSARY EXPENDITURES WeeksICollege Aendti Ap Scltc Model Lat Norm Normal Schools A Uram Incidental Fre CtO t M 151 8 HoMiltnl Fro 2 a 215 2l 125 M Total school Expenses 910 50s 000 400 For piano utenocmpliy and other extras ere Special Kx cnes Mow LIVING BXPBNSBSBoail due In advance by month Room rent by term lunnl WOOl fuel and llxliti for fall and ring tit 75 a week til for winter term 1110 week lloinl In the vlllrge nllowfd In approved tilacai vsrlrtiln price atfordmR to accommo stations furnlflied AMIIIK their losing expeller to school ex pfiim we lust Tab paid the first day Including then dloOrtl- In Colliglatc Ic rtmcnt IXV Academy and Lathe Normal f IWM Applied Scltnre Normal anil A iramuiarClT2 Inlet School Sli30 In wlntertlJ more breech Ko student can Ui ncclied who falls to mute this advance pay neat Total Ordinary Expenses for Weeks areteen to be luCollfKlaleIvpnrlmvntl3U Aiadcmv and Latin Normal SJ Applied Sclcnco Normal and GioniinarST Model Schools U5 In winter IhtCtf dollars rroreor eacheStudent poylns anl and room rent In full for n term at the beginning nrrire a discount ol pity cenU Studenta duly excioed before the end ot aterm receive back unequitable portion fir the money they have advanrrd SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Voctl or Special Theory 21 leswna hour CMS of three t0tOrgan Violin tie 4leemclanrJlire 500 Stenography orThewrltingperterm Claw worK In Harmony 31m rat of IMann or Typewriter hr a day IO dayEentof ant r term 10 Chemical laboratory accordlnirto mateilal nn l about 100- rlijucftl and Mlcroixtpl l L boratorlrs per tern 100 Materials In drawlnc mar term to Examination except on apr lntcd days 25 Crailnatlon Frr KUhdrgrrpwlllidl loma too BUILDING AIBO l HXPERIENCIi MARK 1COPTRICNT I AnonJnlllna n iketrn and mar I i itr optnioit fieu whether an Intention probably ieutah Oininiunlfta confidential Patent JenLLInlaHitlotnnttct without chatse the Sciendfic Jlmeri an- handsotnelf Illnitrated ureslf Irral drnilnilnn of any eriextino lournaL Terms 11 nedealetIUNNCo LOUISVILLE 8r NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time TabtIn Effect May 24 IIOS UsillyLeaveArrive Richmond 8 fi2 a in Arrive 505 a ra Cincinnati lMnm llfLeaveA vo Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris tt 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati H 00 p m UsilljrLfiavelJerea Livingston205 p u II llfLeaveIivingeton12 30 a m Trainrf No snot No make connection nt Livingston for Jollico and- tbe South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIRiALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID k KENTUCKY WORLDS FAIR 1Tnaor lionatrlcllr UantlbtMtU Arrive Arrive Arrive School children and pablla- Sencnlljr Invited to tote to h Ibe most popular 1centslime All motley orer and above trip expanses of each eel togo Into er of the Kentucky nutldlne voter thusrofknowingImportant object have been the tame time a ifavorite teacher hu received i recognition Contrit eon t J1llIcatlonoltnlttfe of Exhibit Axoclationthc oinanlratloa formed to talie iavxn for a Kentucky BulMin and full tbelJalr If6lalelIcOl prlvale achaRs car member of faculty of cdem or nnlrerslty medical dental or theolnriral Institution ant or catholic denomtnationalKhoolIseligible lo election lIelOWOI Cbe Jucatlonsl Uablbil Committee alone excepted Names of all school children to be earohiedIn the Ecttnckybuilding at the Expo attloo Kmluky wilt base as educallonl exhibit 2 1 feet of in the 1laceofEduation The UlrpotlUon II to be the gttates International ceentInlheworldshls lacy The no tneben chosen wilt be lucky Indeedla being tendered this trip to tie Pair Every elects llaowa mOlt popularcuuraior Tbecountyoutsldeof Jefferson castlotrthelarfesl- immbtr of vote will be allowed to two e most popular and the second most popular TEE TOTES TILL BE TEl CB5T8 K1CC Td CONSTITUTING 1 BALLOT At ten cull each ever school child la the State will be able cart at lad one vote kto er kovonu teacher Jlut the voting will Dot be confined to acbool children PACENTS OJ PUPILS at AU OF TDEIR PEiENDS XAI TOTE The parpose of tbe Aisocl puhlleceucnllsmay be tranced sad each giving ten cents be credited with bis or lien vote If one person dt sire to cast ten Totes it abe done writing blsor her tame on one of the spaces and remit tine one dollar It Ii not required IbttbellfttDe of the person voting be given d all All oUh- plCftI ton YOIn8 name III be len blank The Asocfation wants bowever to nrolt to sh- eKntckyDIldlngatStlaniaaextyear thesame ofatrychild Who cat one 01 more votes is j e coatul Pnplli are lIked to alp their namea plainly to the ballots MX KXPcasta 01 TIlE TEicnna WILL BK PAID by tbe Aitociation This win lutlato nomad transportation from Lonlsvllle to Bt Louts and return board at one oi the best hotel the city for alx daya and admisilou to tbe czpoait ion grounds for six days tITIBEB TAETU9 WILL BE IIADE UP PBOI THE HOST FflrCTlRTKtCireBS to mate the trip- more profitable and more enjoyable Each of these part lea will consul otfort teachers This would make I total of fro but to there are only lie counties In etuekIhe Asucla 4 gelromtlatcouatyJedcnonAlt TEACHERS 15 THE STATE STUD OX AX FOOTING In this contest The teacher with oat twenty pnpllatnar receive more vatesban tbe teacher with five or six time aa many enrolled his or tier because the voting is not coaSted to children Tie public be an Important factor Votea be cast foraoypenon a five lisbeteachro tbe XrantH OF DUTOTS EAT BE CAST AT OTC TIME There Unollmlt The morodol huaaent lu for any one teacher the more votes he or she will be credited with- ONEDOLLAII CASTS TLN TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTE8t TUlIEK DOLLARS CASTSTIIIRTYVOTES rOth nOLTARR CAnTS FORTY VOTES CASTS FltT VOTES TCN no LARS CASTS A uUNDRED VOTES Oa 11UKDRED VOL LABS CASTS ONE TUOURAND VOTES All of the money received in thn contest over and above tbat used In defraying expense of the u mot teachers of lIe Biate ou tbtir to the Unrlda r ion the IloacahntuckynuIldlngttlerxpoattonsoeveryvoterinthiscontes tray have the anal Uonal aatiifactlon ofltoow lJt that be baa a worthy cause THE STAimnra OF THE COXIESTASTS WILL BE PRINTED FBEQUETTIT in rich counl to show his or her frlenlls how the race U run Begin now favorite school teacher The vote will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee ofthe Association The personnel of this committee Is all follows hot II GDawnellLout I vllle Chairman Prof IrY McChf iner Frankfort Pro R P Italleck Louisville Prof W H Loullltle rrof V Paul Andens n Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pee 10ulllletDrBMcltentyRhoadsBuencer Louisville Mlu Bracken Louisville and Mrs al D Tucker toull1Ie McmbcrtoftheEducationalCommittee are dlaible toelectloale Ibis contest BFJIS1BEB EVERT COTOTT ELECTS lift Otrl FAVORITE TEACHER Competition betweaaj counties onl appllu to the race for the troth trip the counl oulsideof Jefferson casting tha largest total umber votes belo granted Ibe dltlnctlon ofsending two IracbCr taagntavlatorymessagearranBed each teacher chosen being the the June July or August spyin which be or the wants to make the trip CUP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAL WITH 3AWroa1lSthe most popular teaeher in county ONB DOLLAR UNCLOSED J tOo lO- cX80 tOe 1Oo Obe to 10 to 10 U tin jaaas the AssodaUo wants all school childrenMolt JaSSltfrfKa t ei ninety Ia otMndlIIItUetadJrecS le the eeenlaryof the Aodallo or to the per Iror wlilch 11101 ballot be obtalatdbr tttlaa nora copies of Ihla peer be sasde ctrtUed check rt terM letter i teal sage neW a- pAItsoeymduorlanniscyStsssdNerisk AsUraaa all eoBMtOeal to- L ILxooxmp kcrcbryulI1I cyt 4Subscribe for The Citizen PI i1VRt1IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHHIHIII Berea and Vicinity fj f 1GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1JIHIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIIIIIHIHIIHI 1 I Ida Hayden is now able to be ou aainiGrover Fish is ut last able to out e though still very weak Mrs A Crawford has returned from a two weeks visit with friends in Ohio At the recent election for trustee of school district No 29 Colored James A West was reelected by a good majority Mr and Mrs M L Spink and two small children came last Thurs day for a visit with Mrs Spiuks parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Butdette Mrs L F Tuttle of tho Probation ollice Boston Mass and Mrs Bar rows a writer of note were Berea vis itors the past week tho guests of the College The election for trustee of school district Xo in Berea Colored re suited in the electionof George Hoff man over Alfred Titus by a majority of IB Mr and Mrs H B Jones of Cin cinatti arrived Saturday night and are bring entertained this week by Mrs Jones parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Rev J E Wolford late of Lan caster who has a number of friends in Berea and vicinity has taken charge of the church at Jackson Breathitt County Jas II Van Winkle who had his foot crushed under an Land N train some weeks ago was discharged from tho hospital this week going to his home at Kerby Knob Dr P Cornelius is making a two weeks business and pleasure tour through the East He will visit the cities of Boston New York and Wash ington before his return George Hartman the mute who has been employed in the printing ollico during the summer months has returned to Danville to take a post graduate course in the Institute for tho Deaf Uncle John Kirby recently brought a pumpkin to this office weighing 35 pounds which was raised in his gar den Only second in weight to this one was the H3 pound one brought in by Curtis Kelley Following is the report of the Public Schools at Berea for Oct 131903 Number of pupils enrolled 183 high est number anyone day 141 low est any one day 11G average daily attendance 126 Miss ELLEN HAS W J BLAXTOX Major C F Burnam of Richmond was nominated for State senator of this district by acclamation by the Republicans at their convention held at Irvine last week Major Burnam in a graceful letter to the committee has accepted the nomination Ralph Field in a letter to his parents at Tolcott Vermont dated August 2th writes that he is well pleas ed with tho country and people of Argentina South America where he is working in the employ of the United States Forestry Bureau Fifty invitations have been sent out to friends and family connections refyiestinc their presence on Sunday Oct 25 at the golden wedding recep tion of Mr and Mrs Elijah Thomas Hudson at their home in Kingston A number from a distance are expec ted to accept the invitation The announcement of the marriage of Miss Ella N Bowlin to Mr Harri son Oswald Lamb at Cleveland Ohio on Tuesday evening Oct G by the Rev I B Huffman will come as a surprise to many but not to those who have been in the confidence of the young people They will be at home to their friends after October 20th at 1BO Willaid Street Cleveland Ohio TimE CITIZEN and their many friends thetio passed resolutions heartily endorsing the administration of President RoosI evelt the platform adopted at the Republican State convention and the ticket named with Hon Morris B Belknap at the head These resolutions just as strongly condemn the Democratic administration under Beckham and urge voters irrespective of party aiiiliatious to support Bel knap and his associates this fall The objection of the parents to theI i marriage of two lovesmitten young couples of Clark county proved not obstacle in the way of the accomplish ment of their purpose On Saturday uiwJit after the old folks had early retired for the night after the habit of country people and were sleeping- t Roundly the youthful knights stole out their lady loves and whisked them away on the ten mile drive from Hunt to Winchester in time to catch the ten oclock train for the south To throw the old folks off tho scent tickets were only purchased to Richmondand when the train arrived there the kind hearted conductor gave them time to rebuy for Jellico Tenn that Mecca of all couples suffering from a similar trouble They passed through hereon the 1124 r train looking for ward with fond hopes to the consum mation of their cherished plans The parties concerned were Dive Bran denburg and Miss Maud Watt and Stanley Baber and Nora Gravett They were accompanied by Jess Bran denburg and Wesley Baber brothers of the principals Let us hope that their fathers and mothers forgave thorn and that they will live happily ever after Call on the town marshal and pay your town taxes for 1903 W J Tatum Town Marshal HHHHMIIHHI + +IIIII College Items MERE AND THERE TilE Tunes THREAD or GOLD Away to the tea like a wallow to fly Ami ocr the broad wate far as billow hire rolled Ah well for the wish but a captive am I Right low am I bound with three thrcadiof gold The one It thy glance and the second thy cmlle The lat Is the bloom on thy lip that li found Too well do I love a true martyr the while So close with the three threads of gold am I bound Oh but for tome power that would shatter my chain Adieu teens and tortures On wings that were bold But no Never No Better din of the pain Than break you n umler ye three thread of gold Chat Twichell Tutor and Mrs C D Lewis spent Sunday and the first of the week in BereaJames Washburn is working near Williston Vt and is doing well He expects to visit in Kentucky soon Rev W C Kelley was appointed pastor of the church at Loretto Neb instead of Fremont as we had it in a recent issue Miss Frances Berry Class of 03 who is now teaching at Shelbyville Ky brought Miss Lunetta Hall of that place to Berea last Saturday to enter the Normal Department The meeting of the Mothers and Matrons of the students of Berea Col lege will be held at Ladies Hall Sat urday afternoon at 2 oclock This meeting is under the auspices of the Ladies Board of Care of the College Miss Mary McClelland who came here at the opening of the fall term and entered schoolchanged her plans and left for her home in Frederick town Ohio two weeks ago A num ber of her friends here surprised her at the home of Mrs Yocum the even lug before her departure and gave her a farewell reception Miss McClel land will be married Oct 25 to Rev Edward H Richards and on Nov they will set sail for East South Africa where Rev Richards has already been engaged in missionary work They expect to stay on the field five years Miss McClellands many friends here wish her much joy in her new relation and great success in her new work The annual Pig Roast was given last Friday night by the Phi Delta Alpha Zeta and Beta Kappa literary societies to their members the ladies literary society the faculty and in vited guests At seven oclock the crowd numbering about 200 mot at Ladies Hall and were led by the Committee to the scene of festivities in a grove in the Fairchild pasture Two large bonfires shed a glow and warmth over the scene Mr Bruce Barton made an excellent roastmaster and after a musical selection by the Swioelet The Faculty The Ladies and II Our Hosts were in turn roasted by F M Livengood B E Cartmelland Miss Lottie Osborne respectively in speeches full of wig and wisdom Lambs II Dissertation on Roast Pig was well read by Nor man Frost The menu consisted of roast pig baked beans roast sweet potatoes boiled eggs and brown bread It is needless to say that every one had a good time Tho committee in charge certainly deserves highcommendation 4 ANORTHEASTOALEThe Coast is For Miles Littered With Wreckage DEVASTATION IN STORMS WAKE One of the Most Heroic Acts in the History of the Surfmcu- on That Coast The Entire Coast Telegraph System Is Prostrated and It Will Be SomeIDays Before Can Be RestoredINorfolk Va east gale that tins raged over this to glon since Thursday had Sunday night nearly spent its power but for mileIand miles along the Virginia beach Is littered with wreckage and throughout this entlro section of the country devastation lies In the wake of the storm Thousands of people crowded trains to the coast Sunday and saw the wrecks of the big barges Ocean Belle and Georgia near Virginia Beach There Is nothing left but nr Indiscriminate tangle of debris along the shore at Dam Neck to mark the end of tho threemasted schooner Nel lie W Hewlett The body of Capt George H Adams of the Georgia washed ashore Saturday night seven miles south of Sea Tack life saving station and is now at that statloL The body of George Peters the col ored seaman of the same vessel has not been recovered The rescue of the remaining members of the crew by surfman Warn Capps was one of the most heroic acts In the history of the surfmen of the Virginia coast Capps while two miles from any other being and patrolling his stretch between the stations saw one Negro over 100 yards oft shore In the roar ing surf Without a moments con sideration of the peril he was facing he stripped and plunged Into time sea that was already a seethIng mass of wreckage from the barges and after a halt hour battle single handed and alone brought the unconscious man ashore Ho had not recovered his breath before ho discerned through a rift In the pume another form and once more he went Into tho surf This time by reason of his exhaustion his struggle was a harder one but he eventually succeeded In saving the Ne gro Placing both men under the leo of a cliff he started back to the station to give the alarm when he saw the third Negro In the waves and for a third time plunged In and brought an unconscious man ashore Capp did not cease his work until all three men had been cared for at tho station and at midnight he resumed his regu lar trick at patrolling the storm swept coastWhile nothing new Is reported In the way of wrecks bn the coast there is absolutely o method of securing information from points more than six miles south of Virginia Beach The entire coast telegraph system Is prostrated and It will be some days before communication can be restored ROYAL ARCH MASONS The Newly Elected Officers Installed By E R Lemon of Toledo O Little Rock Ark Oct 9The 32il triennial convocation of tho general grand chapter of Hoyal Arch Masons of the United States adjourned Thurs day evening Before adjournment tho newly elected officers were Installed by Reuben E Lemon of Toledo 0 past general grand high priest An elegant Jewel was presented to J W Taylor of Luthervlllc Ca the ret Ing general high priest Charters were granted to two new chapters In Idaho and one In San Juan P R No action was taken on applications for charters at Havana Cuba and Manila P I SEPARATE SCHOOLS A Resolution to Create Them Declared Illegal Kansas City Mo Oct 9Manda mus proceedings have been brought In tho district court In this county to compel the Coffeyvllle school board to permit tho white and Negro school children to attend school together The school board a few weeks ago passed a resolution creating separate schools but later learned that their action was Illegal and the resolution was rescinded The superintendent of schools however sent all the Negro children to one building under Negro teachers The suit Is the result of his action Employers to Federate Chicago Oct 12 Employers of labor representing organized manufacturers and captains of Industry from British Columbia to Massachusetts and from Winnipeg to the Gulf arc pre paring to gather In Chicago Octobet 29 and 30 to form an International fed eratlon of employers Bismarck Memorial Unveiled Posen Prussian Poland Oct l2Amemorial to Bismarck was unveiled andPrincessvon on von Hammerstein Mexican Worlds Fair Commission St Louis Oct l2Alblno Nuncio president of the Mexican Worlds fair commission Is hero In company wnh J McDowell chief of the horticultural department of the Mexican exhibit Mr Nuncio will remain here a month THE BODY WAS CREMATED Funeral of Wilson S Blisell Former Postmaster General IDuCCato N V Oct 10Tbe funeral of Wilson S Blssell farmer poslmus ter general took placo Friday All the courts In the city adjourned as n mark of respect The body was cre list of honorary pallbearers In eluded Grover Cleveland former president of the United States John II Carlisle former secretary of the treas cry fluke Smith former secretary of tho Interior Charles A Goodyear president of the Buffalo Susijuchan na Railroad Co Martin Cary Walter P Cook of BIssell Cary Cook Geo Urban jr Charles R Huntley of the Buffalo General Electric Co Albert Haight of the court of appeals Allan W Evarts Daniel ODay of the Standard Oil Co John J Albright Henry S Drinker Francis I Gowen Frank II IaIF Tyler Frank II Goodyear of the Buf tale Susquehanna Railroad Co John G Milburn Dr Charles Carey J F Schaperkottcr and Rollln II VII bur THE BRITISH MINISTRY The Cabinet Now Numbers Nineteen Members London Oct l2Tho Interestnp announcement was made Sunday night that the new Marquis of Salisbury late Viscount Cranborne will enter the cabinet as lord privy seal the of ace held by his father until his retire ment last week when Mr Balfour as sumed tho post without taking tho salary of 110000 specially attached to It when the late marquis of Salisbury took the position The cabinet now consists of 19 members The appointment of Lieut Col Wm BromleyDavenport M P as financial secretary to the war office cabled Saturday Is confirmed and the following additional minor appoint ments have been mode Secretary to tho admiralty Ernest G Pretyman civil lord of the admi ralty MaJ Aruthur H Lee M P Junior lord of the treasury Lord Bal carres M P treasurer of the household the marquis of Hamilton KISHINEFF MASSACRE All the Stories of the Horror Confirm ed By An Eye Witness Des Molnos la Oct l3ACter a Journey of six weeks Mrs FAther Steinberg and her three children who were hidden In the cellar of a Chris than homo for three days during the Klshlneff massacre In Russia have ar rived In Des Moines to Join Mr Stein berg Mrs Steinberg brought pictures taken after the worst of the massacre and confirms all of the stories of her rot She says the reports were mild compared with the awful facts Silo saw a woman with a pike driven Into her skull women disemboweled and hot pitch poured into their wounds and men and women slashed anti crushed and then left dying In tho streets ROOSEVELTS RANCH Sold By the Northern Pacific to Fer rls Brothers of Medora Bismarck N D Oct l3Tho old Chimney Butte ranch mado famous as the ranch established by President Theodore Roosevelt when bo was a Bad Lands cattleman has been sold by tho Northern Pacific to Ferris Brothers of Medora It was at this ranch that President Roosevelt wrote some of his entertaining western sketches Subsequently he located another ranch at the Elkhorn 40 miles south of Medora and from here he outfitted for many of his mountain trips WORLDS BOWLING RECORD It Was Smashed By Harold F Crib bens Professional Ball Player Knoxville Tenn Oct 10Harold- F Crlbbens a professional ball playS er who was with Indianapolis early In tho present season smashed the worlds bowling record on regulation alleys for ten pins making 29 consec utlce strikes and a spare on his 30th ball Ho continued to roll strikes un tit he bad rolled balls his record being 49 strikes and a spare The bestI previous record claimed was 27 suc cessive strikes Husband and Wife Commit Suicide Milwaukee WIs Oct 13 Bernnrd and Anna Schultz husband and wife committed suicide Monday night at their home by Inhaling Illuminating gas Continued III health Is the rea son ascribed by their friends for the act Daughter of Justice McKenna to Wed Washington Oct 13 Justice and Mrs McKenna announce the engage ment of their daughter Miss Isabella McKenna to Pitts Duffleld of New York Mr Duuleid Is a son of Gen Henry M Duffleld of Detroit No date has been set for the wedding Russian Exhibit at Worlds Fair St Petersburg Oct 10M Pleske the minister of finance has decided to advocate the appropriation of an addl tional 160000 to defray the expenses of the Russian exhibit at the St Louis exposition The Farmers Trust Lincoln Neb Oct lSThe Farm era CoOperating Shipping associa lion commonly called the farmer trust has legally entered the state ol Nebraska the secretary of state bar lag received IU Incorporation pore o +o +o ho +c +ol o +o +o +a+o +o 1o + o +o ho +ooo +o +o+o +o +o +o Io + o + J EVERYBODY o o + + 0 I WEARSft SHOES i+ 0 V 9 o why not wear good MIOPH when wo sell you g GOOD UPTODATE SHOES do o o as us other soil on inferior ontvi 0 it it if you buy rout uso I 1Anything mid everything you want in minis furnishing and 1 1call please you in style anti price o 1 Call in suit look over our various lines you cat be convinced o Yours for busintutn- o 0 I 0 Crutcher Tribble i o 0 1MAIX STKEEV IMCHMONl KENTUCKY o o o- o +010 +o OOoooooo o o ooIO +O +o +o +o +o +o +o +oo DR FENNERS KidneyBackache AlSO ILRIFIGS TilE IlLOOD All of the bladder slid urinary Au heart disease rheumatUro IIIroubll Dont become dlicouraced There li a cur for you If nrcmMrjr write Or FeuuerfHe baapent a lltcllnin curing Jut nurti sass at yucca All coutullatlim err FREE- I Lave been a sufferer from rheumatism fur 10 tears and have often been confined to the house and s to my bed for several days comraonctJ taking Dr Fenner Kidney and Cure when I was laiTering latent It afforded relief at once sow feel as well u I ever have In my life ADA DLACKWELL Kansas City Uo I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life was not worth Urine I began uilnff ImrrolIIeDItitY l rugzt ts We and IL Ask for IIr Peunvr Almanac or cuok Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALDIAmi enter tho great JIOOOO GUESSING CONTEST For particular BOO advertisement on second page USE THESE BLANKS D and S Date t i Name StreetMPostoffice State Enclosed find to apply ea MiWcriptlon to The Louisville Herald- I estimate that the vrtaacr el thrasethe next r Governor will receive a vote of I NN I j THII BLANK IS GOD Oil TMMm B TMATRa fj HHHH HIHHiHHHhWHHhHH H +IIII+I If its from CRUTCHEE t EVANS ITS GOOD l1 I+ III ++III II+ II I II+ +IIII+ A full line of FUKNITUIIK nhvnvHon hand We invite our Huron friends IwhollCAKIMITH and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY t Day 73 Night Phone 47 66 Look Phone Number 33 Diseases kidneys organs backache sometime Backache ItuukKii total rIFrl Phone Crutcher Evans Richmond I A Nice Lime of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats Fruits and Vegetables always on hand at the lowest prices We sell Delicatessen Mothers Broad Dost broad made in Ky See our lino of fine candies Prestons Main St II T THE HOME OF BUFF AND DOUNCER UK quaint old city of Boston has many Interesting sights but a spectacle that would astonish l boys anti girls as much as anything Is r a glimpse at tho homo of Buff and Boumer Now Buff and Bouncer arc cats not of line breed like tho Maltese nor especially beautiful like the Angoras They are Just common everyday cats Bounrer Is tortoiseshell with a white trUnglo on his nose and lIuffltub lute to tell It but ho is nothing In f tho world but an ordinary yellow cat Somehow yellow cats and dogs are counted among the offscourings of their kind but Buff well have changed my opinions of yellow cats sliue meeting him I Theno Bimton rats live that Is their master anti mistress livein a brick house c n n street In Boston near n f i lb h ANU LOt M 111 AT IMMfc haveItin Hilt square homely rity yard which extends out to thtf tracks You vrlll understand that with noise soot cindera and crumprd quariers I these city CMM nee l Millie componKitlun fur that lack of freedom which their country brothers enjoy Their mi- sirs Is no fond of thorn anti so RCtallI of losing them that they are irIvetiit the city cats rhlnf plosturo batkftncn priinienaiIsby rrawtn of a Will netting stretching flat along the top of the fence that they can not limb up As an olatlon fur those privations the mtitrcwi of Buff and Bouncer linn built them n house that no carpenter need be ashamed of She bouan TT an a oilor thdltrr for her pctH when they wanted to Ito In the yard In bad weather nut onre tier lingers anti tho hammer got Htartel- ltbl rough kennel grow and grow It nvuhcd up until It became four feet two Inches high anti spread to two and n half feel wide It took on somo ftnry ehlngloa anti a running gable window Te work thrn become en fascinating to tho builder that bIle just could not help adding a piazza and a == c =MAGICAL EXPERIMENT h Em Tbse ny ny y prrrn AI li Irlrnil Dr Knlrrlnlit III iiilrr la a lltll tent that any boy can IUIre and yet It looks like a trick of If you wish to entertain a Icompany with It tell them that you have I a bottle and a gould both full to the r brim of water and that you aro going to empty tho goblet by means of tile walerIone as high as tho goblet Is deep the other about twice us high Now with a little kneaded bread or wax cloto to the upper end of the shorter I straw and then force the cork Into the mouth of the bottle until the watert IIipurts out through the longer straw you have a goblet of water on tho table before you and also a basin ar bowl and a pair of scissors Hold the goblet over tho basin with your left t hand and with your right turn the bot tie upside down putting the shorter straw Inside tho goblet As you do this have somo one take the scissors and cut off the closed end of the shorter straw Water will at once begin to run out of the longer straw Into the basin and will continue to run until the goblet Is empty You must of course hold the botte to that tho short straw will reach lawn to tho bottom of the goblet 1This Is simply tho operation of a Chicago Chronicle Cntnr Oil for Vnrl There Is no simpler way to wart than the external use of castor It you have patience enough to wait CorI tho rjsulU It may take three or four six weeks at tho rate of one tion per day but It will do allPllcl11 rtimately and what Is more behind Twono scar kerosene per day will also effectually Iacmore or less harmless chemicals again ther are warts and wrU and your famlj doctor may be your best adviser for all wo know The WCRI Inillnn Crnb f The West Indian crab Is a remarkable creature Although bornin thesea It matures In fresh water and passes Its Adult life on land L ITL bay window She Is a very smal woman so she devised a way to got Inside In order to fasten In windows to tack up curtains and to complete various other arrangements for the comfort of her eats Nearly the whole tilde of tho house Is swung on hinges It can be pulled out and as It comes out like a shelftable some long slen derJointed legs unfold and lo a sort of portcochcre on the root of which the cats like to lie and sun themselves anti underneath which their hammock can lie hung Ono day when the cats mistress was Innldo tho tiny house sitting on the floor anti hard at work fluff came In Jumped up on a crossbeam high In his house anti stretched his head up as If to look out of the little gable window Well huff salt the mistress you shall have an upstairs since you want jlt so badly So she put In a sort of up there leaving an opening of course with a shelf half way up at the lack of the first floor room to servo as a cat stairway When fluff and Bounc er go to their frond story they Jump up or this shMfstalr then cattily prlnir through the opening Into their attic room There Is a piece of thick carpet for them to lie on and there they love lo stay dozing or looking laIly out of their little front window The little house further fitted up with a movable flight of stop which stand sometimes at the front some times at tho side of the piazza but which you may be sure Buff antI Bouncer do not stop to It also lias a hammock anti a bedstead for each cat And fluff and Bouncer will lie In tho hammock allow thcms lvo to bo tucked In both or ride In their larrlagr a doll carriage and scm to enjoy themselves hugely They will nlito tilt up In little chairs at a small table anti rat though they much prefer their customary way One has hut utah Ion the floor of the plnzm antI gen emily dines there the other has his dish on the upper balcony or roof of till plaxaa They seem to like to lie anti sleep In or take a ride In their carriage though of course they have to take turns And whenIIanti have never said they didnt like It which In a pretty sure sign that It Is jcrrcable to them dont you think so In the winter this home of fluff anti Bouncer Is cloned and covered with canvas and oilcloth to keep It from be ing spoiled by storms and snowdrifts At that Inclement season these wise Boston eats prefer to live In the warm COZY kitchen of the big house so you see what aristocrats they are They not only have a home all their own but It Is their summer home their resort to which they go as soon as th i iprlng weather begins and which Mi kept open until the fall rains mako their afcodo too damp anti dully for them Happy fluff and Bouncer two very lucky clII81 Nicholas LAMB RAISED ON BOTTLE InfrrrOliiK Mulil Vlitrh tin Proved a DrllKliI Cu VUllit ul w York Zon Billy the lamb considers Mr William Snyder of tho Central park zoo at New York In the light of a fathtrand mother And he has every right to do so because ever since his real father and mother died In order to satisfy the craving mon have for rood Hilly has received material aid from Mr Snyder in the form ot a bottle of milk with which to keep his orphan soul together There Is nothing In the citys appropriation which would HILLY ENJOYS IllS IJINNKK permit the keeper to draw upon the com missary department for a babys bottle fully equipped for conducting food Into the Interior arrangements of an infant but there were plenty of empty bottles to bo had for tho asking Mrs Snyder uppllcd tho rubber arrangement the city tho milk and the bleating Iambs lIfe waa saved Three times a day Mr theIcontent to near being except perhaps the keepers chll dren have any attraction for It although It Is given the freedom of the zoo and It mado much ot by the folk alone tht walks linderut cud Mr Spoouainore what color do yes call Miss Oarllnghorns hair t Is she a friend ot yours Miss Cal mus Yes adear friend rIts rcdblcaiO Trlbuat BLUES AND BROWNS Carloads of Blnnk Cartridges Used in a ttliam Battle Surrounding Hills Reverberated to the Pounding Cannon and the Clat tering Roll of ths Krag RUle During engagement Camp Young WVU Point ICy Oct 9Mort spectacular antI hotly con tested but lacking one or two of the finer points brought out In previous maneuvers was tho engagement par ticipated In Thursday by practlcall tht entire number of regular soldier and national guardsmen In camp When recall was sounded after two hours of hot lighting the result wni practically a dog fall the Blue army Inflicting the hoariest loss as tallied by the umpires but the Browns large ly making up for this by n greater readiness lo seize tactical advnntiistJ of position Tho firing was the heavi est yet witnessed by the observers lucre Car loads of blank cartridge were expended by Infantry cavalry anti artillery anti from the time ttK opposing forces suet until the garuj was over the hllU reverberated to pounding cannon anti the clattering roll of tho Krags frequently rose to the crash of heavy volley tiring The hint division of the army com mantled by Col Anderson was corn posed of the first brigade seven bat tallont representing tho let 3d and 20th United States Infantry anti tlo lit WUconnJn regiment second bri gade let 2d and 3d Indiana Infantry the 7th cavalry two squadrons anti the Hlli battery Held artillery The Brown division commanded by Brig len lilies U S A watt rom posed of the third brigade lilt 2d and 3d Michigan fourth brigade 2d anti 3d Kentucky 8th Ohio anti Kentucky light artillery battalion used as Infant ry seven troops of cavalry the 2U battery field artillery hut battery In diana field artillery The battle was precipitated at thu entrance to a long anti tortuous de ditto In the hllla two guns Iron tho 21sl lattery and two troops of cavalry being sent on tho run to take and hold It before the hines came up Tue Btuos had however already gained a position from which they could turn the defile so the Brown force was corn pelled to retire This move on tho part of the Brown commander threw tho original plans of tho Blues Into confusion anti forced them to strike at the Brown left anti left center Ac cordingly the Indiana brigade deliv ered a hard blow for the Blues tho firing during their attack on the Brown left wing being the hottest of the dRY Tho Indiana guardsmen who have al ready gained an enviable record en hanced It still further by capturing tljreo companion of the 8th Ohio nail Inflicting losses on the 3d Kentucky and 8th Oslo estimated by tho um pires ns 120 killed ROYAL ARCH MASONS The Newly Elected Officers Installed By E R Lemon of Toledo O IJttle Rock Ark Oct LTbc Kl triennial convocation of the general grand chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the United States adjourned Thurs day evening Before adjournment tlr fjewly elected olllcers wore installed by Reuben E Lemon of Toledo 0 past general grand high priest An ilegant Jewel was presented to J W Taylor of Lutherville Ga the letlr Ing general high priest Charter were granted to two new chapters n IiUho antI one In San Juan P n N action was taken on applications for charters at Havana Cuba antI Manila P I MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Proposition to Buy a Street Railway Voted Down in San Frjncljco San Francisco Oct 9A special election was held Thursday for tli purpose of deciding upon an Issue of 710000 municipal bonds for the pur chase of the Geary street railway It was proposed to operate the roan by the city Tho Issue was defeated by 11481 yeas to 10715 nays twothlrdj being required to pass The Noted Ferris Wheel Chicago Oct 9Thlt the Forrh wheel has been rescued from tie juni pile and will bo taken to the SI Louis exposition Is now believed to be an assured fart Men nro at work on the north side dismantling the wheel for a local housewrecking company It U said that the company will be allowed to retain tho llrst 100000 of the re ceipts at tho fair grounds The cost of the removal anti setting up of the wheel Is estimated approximately at 100000 Sir Thomas the Guest of Honor New York Oct VIr Thomas Lip ton who sails for England Friday on board the steamer Cedric was tho guest of honor at n farewell dinner Thursday night gIven by George T Wilson of thus city Will Wed In a Hospital Albany N Y Oct 9olls3 MaheJ Martin niece ot the BradleyMartini ot New York will be married here next week in the Albany hospital Her wedding had been set when she was taken ill anti had to undergo an opera Ion Stock Exchange Seat Transfer New York Oct 9A stock ex change seat was transferred Thursday for 152500 which Is 7500 below theist recorded sale anuVabout 20000 below the high record price at which seals sold a year or more ago ri NEWS IN KENTUCKY =KENTUCKY FUTURITY Sadie Mae Smathers lesent Pur chase Won the 514030 Puree Lexington Ky Oct 9 Sadie Mac- E E Smathcrs recent purchase wor the historic Kentucky Futurity for 3 yearolds purse 911000 with ease and without apparent effort In thnvj straight heats going the last mile in 212 which is two seconds short of tho record mado by Kerono three years ao and going the first heat of till first mile In 20 She won by sev oral lengths In each heat and only at one time was her contention for thrown In danger arid that was In Un first seveneighths of the Jim mile when Ethels Pride ftept now to nose with her Kthnis Pride however broke and finished bad In all tinea heats The two mares mule the first quarter in 32 seconds Among tan f000 people who saw Sa tile Mar take the first money was Mr Johnson of Cilels Me who sold her nil a yearling for jrOflO Her driver A McDonald sold her to Mr Smath ers Tuesday for 20000 SHANKLIN MEMORIAL DAY Sale of Tickets Thursday Netted a Total of 4030 Lexington Ky Ort 9Sixty tIck- ets to the trots Shanklln memorial tiny wore sold Thursday night for S2r0fi After the auction 31601 mum was add ed making a total of JlOOir to begin with Secretary Wilson expects a crowd of at least 10000 people to at tenth the trots Saturday livery har ness champion In the country will be exhibited then In addition to tire regu lar program and special music The Bato receipts will bo given to the late K W Shankllns family Col W C I Breeklnrldse spoke at the auction h THE CALEB POWERS CASE His Attorneys Flied Their Bill of Ex ceptlons f Georgetown Ky Oct 9 Theattnr neys In the ease of Caleb Powers aftor several hours work In the special term of court convened by Special finho Robins for the purpose flied Thursday afternoon their bill of exceptions In order to get the case before tho Kentucky court of appeals Tho day limit gives the defense attorneys until December 8 and as the cmrrt of appeals adjourns December 18 for tho holidays the Powers case will proba bly not be up for decision ueforw the term In January 1901 Reported Killed in Tennessee Hurkesville Ky Oct ILIt Is re ported here that George Murley who made iris escape from the Albany Jail a few weeks ago was killed by off ccrs while resisting arrest In Clay county Tennessee Murley was seri tenced to life Imprisonment In the pon lien tin ry To Formulate New Turf Rules Lexington Ky Oct 9Slnatol Jo seph Bailey of Texas who Is chairman or a committee appointed by trottln track owners last winter to revise and formulate new turf rules arrived hero Thursday and will probably rail a meeting of the committee Fridlry Big Deal In Kentucky Timber Land Mlddlesboro Ky Oct IThl Yet low Creek Coal anti Lumber Co at this city has purchased most of the land belonging to tho Innes heirs which embraces 20000 acres of coal and timber land In nell Ifarlan lesl- ie Perry anti Knox counties Jim Will Anderson Acquitted Hopklnsvllle Ky Oct tfThie Jury In the case of Jim Will Anderson charged with shooting from ambush nonunion miners on their way to work In the Empire mines returnMi K verdict of not guilty Anderson proved an alibi- Postmaster Moore Resign Lancaster Ky Oct 9 Henry Moore a wellknown merchant anti postmaster at Paint Lick this county has resigned tho latter post effective mmedlately It Is said iii will locate n the west His successor has not been appointed A Victory For the Drys Vine Grove Ky Oct 9In time elcc tlon held hero the drya were vlcto rious by a majority of 1 votes When the result was made known 300 men women and children surged through the streets shouting httrrahlng and singing hymns McGauhey Oefiis the Court Louisville Ky Oct 9tn an effort to force lila wife to return to him John McGauhey has their small child In hid lug Itls alleged and dares the court to order him to produce It Mrs Mc Gauhey says she will not return to her husband Perhaps Fatally Stabbed Loulavittc Ky Oct 9John 1 ODonnell a locomotive fireman living at 916 West Oak street was per maps fatally stabbed here Thursday night by two unknown men Jealousy to said to have been the motive A School Election Quarrel Wllliamsburff Ky Oct 9James and Melvin Young It reported kilt ad a man named Hill In the eastern part of the county Thursday In a school election quarrel They wore arrested Accident Killed His Brother Wllllamsburg Ky Oct 9The 7 yearold sort of William Mctfoeban killed his 4year old brother edaea day night by ttw accitlntat1lchargt- of a pistol x si ARE STILL FIGHTING About 800 Turks Killed anil Wounded by lnsur reiil Tha Fetllng Prevailing at Sofia Bul- C3of1a Thursday Ws More Hope fsil Than For Mentis Recruits Being Discharged Salonlca Macedonia Oct IA scr 3Ua engagement occurred October ii between Turks and Insurgents near Gnmeiijo dr miles front Salonlca About 3H9 Turks are reported to have been killed or wounded Fight Ing near Guinea jo la still proceeding Tho Turkish troops there are com manded by Rtrahlm Hey who has ask ed the military authorities at Salonlca to send him two mountain guns No inch guns are available It Is reported that 10000 Albanian Irritated by the raIds of Servian bands threaten to cross tIre frontier A strong Servian ham fz ready to eros the frontier near Nnmanovo about five mills north ot Cstub Sofia IlulBaiia Oft IThl feolfn prevailing Thursday was generally more hopeful than for some months past It Is based ow reports which while unconfirmed appear to be well founded These reports any to the Af feet that the government Is preparing to discharge the recruits Hcnimoned for three weeks hilt and that thfs report on the authority of tine Dreiitli tile Turkish and Bulgarian govern ments have reached an understanding on the question of demobilization whereby Bulgaria will release 2OOP mon anti Turkey 40010 IT this agree ment Is carritd out Bulgaria win die band all time reservists recently sum moned Twentyfour thousand re milt will come under the colors Oc tober 9 A telegram from Tchernaskala saya that the frontier guard was called out Wednesday evening and proceeded1 to Kuan when they found the whote country across the border in1 Humus IN THE FAR EAST War Between Russia and Japan1 Now I Seems Inevitable1 Paris Oct IOfficlal Information received hero shows that a formidable Russian fleet composing 90 warship of all classes has left Port Arthur airf line arrived at MaSanPno south of Corea where the Japanese fleet mail already arrived The Russian ships have anchored within the MVSanPho harbor alongside the Japanese ships Several brigades of Russian troops have been moved forward to the Co ream boundary and ate now encamped on the border The news has been received Here that Russia Is prepared to defend Her position of refusing to evacuate Mba churla as per agreement until China shall have yielded to her demand This Is taken as meaning that trouble In tll far east is shortly to be IlroceIInevitable The sending of warslit Ito Corea where Japan previously Had dispatched troops on a formidable fleet anti the movement of Russian troops closer to the Corean border fs regarded as ominous for worltT peace STREET RAILWAY EMPLOYES The Association Will Send An Orgnm izer Into Mexico Detroit oUch Oct 9Tile execu tive committee of the International Street Railway Employes of America In scsslpn here Thursday devoted most of Its time to considering ap peals front various locals that linvo grievances The association has de rided to send an organizer Into Mex ico to Institute organisations In that country and an appropriation was made to help carry out tIle plans It was reported that there are H70W members In the association representing 225 cities In tire United Slat J amt Canada Hose Company Lowers Record Fort Worth Tex Oft 9 mintber hose company of the Fort Wortfr flnr department Thursday lowered the worlds speed record for going lint action The contest ws to rune Shf feet lay 100 feet of hose a total run ot 380 feet make plug connection and get water Tho time was 2L4S ace onds Up to last year Kansas City held the worlds championship Its time being 25 seconds making a nm Ie 200 feet arid laying 100 feet of hose William J Bryan In New York New Yorlf Oct X William J Bryan was In the city Thursday Ho said his visit tx NeW York had mi conner tion whatsoever with politics bnt was in connection with the administration of thin estate of the lato PH1 S flea nett of New Haven Flower Bulbs For the Fair Grounds St teals Oct 9The first ship ment of Tower bulbs sent from Holland for use In the bedU on thl north and east slopci or agricultural nail at tho Worlds fal here landed In Phla delpbta Revenue Cutter Dallas Safe Osdensburp N V Oct 9Tne rev ernie cutter Dallas twico reported lost while en route Item New York to Og densburg arrived after a very stormy passage Tho ttttter will make Of densburp Its headquarters the district extending to Oswego Have Not Reported For Enlistment Berlin Oct 9A military Journal says that 10000 men eligible for mill tary servlc who have not reported for enlistment this year have been sen tenced in contumacy It la presumed they are out of thecou- ntryTL I felt I IAnot enjoy eating until after I used f tcompletelySavior Hillard Pa No appetite los of strength nervousness head achy constipation bad breath ROUt risings indigestion dyspepsia anti all atomuch troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol reprpsenta the natural juices of digestion com bined with tho greatest known tonio aud reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the Htomach Sold at East Eud Drug Co J Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplus We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKxESy Cushier Iteantlral C mptex4in Are spoiled by using any him of preparation that fills the pores of the akin The best way to TOCUTW a clear complexion free ffomi nallownesir pimples blotches eto is to keep too liver in good orders AVr oecH 5oaaI dose of Herbine will cleanse tbe bowels regulate the liver and no es tablish a clear healthy coniplesioa 50c at the East End Thug C- orsroi tt Seed model itotcb or boo of Inrentlo fcr rIdeusandTflADEMA1KS ro report cm Fnrfrrebnok lI I Do You Want on n r Feel cold hhiverings aching in the bones lack of energy headache anti great depression f These symptom may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Hiorbin cures it Take it before the diseaa gets a fair hold thoughitlvill work a euro in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writesl have used your great niedicme Eeibine for several years There is nothing better for malaria chills audi fever headache biliousness and for a blood purifying tonic there is nothing aa good 50c at East End Drug Co Order for Regal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are ks specialties of Williams shop Agency fbr rt I N Laundry Take nil your trouble to hi Work guaranteed I EARLY RISERS I TDt AflO5L1TTLE PIUS I 12 For quick relief from Bllousnet Sock Hotdccha Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dirtiness And all troubles aris tile from an xuctlvo ot slucjlih liver DWltt LttIe Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly end never grlpo They aro so dainty that Ills a pleasure to talus them OM to two act aa a mild Imwtlvo two or lour act aj a pUasMl and IlIecllv cathartic They are caraly vegetable and absolute hawrJeat Thy tonu the liver Tui cmzt turrit TO psI f LCDW CCtss Ij 1I11144x1H1H111I1ifIII M ++ f Eastern Kentucky News Hl No correspondence published unless signed In lull by the writer The name it not for publication but as an evidence of rood faith Write plainly LHHIIIHHIIIIHHIHHHHHIIIH A FIGHT FOR OUR CHILDREN Hundreds of Children Sacrificed for Cornstalks and Money In many of our free schools some of tho pupils ure actually being kept ou to pull fodder and help about sor ghum Tho children have only days of school in the year This i hardly enough to give them the small est start in education The numbe- of children who are growing up with out oven learning enough to read a newspaper or sing a song or calcu late the value of a load of bark is surprisingly large We appeal to all friends of children to prevent them from losing any of these precious ono hundred days of schooling Parents must plan to npnro them during school time Tru tees must see that the houses are well warmed Teachers must call from house to house to look them up and remind parents of their duty Superintendents must do their part It is n fight for the children There is still room for a large num her of energetic young men and wo men in school at Berea this fall The instruction in shop work farming drossmaking and other practical subjects as well as the ordinary branches and music is very attractive and something to be had nowhere elso Write to Mr Will C Gamble Sec or start at once- OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Judging from indications here there is a good prospect of Belknap being our next governorThere is great ex citement in Billtown on Island Creek over the new coal mine which has been lately opened up in the creek near W J Blakes house It is said to be the best mine in Owsley county nud producing some of the finest coal W J Blake has a block which he means to exhibit at the St Louis ExpositionW J Blake and wife were jn Beattyville Saturday on busi ness John Gabbard visited Island Creek Saturday and SundayJudge Brown and his son Roy were in our midst SaturdayT B Venable has gone to London on businessBoth Ballard Isaacs and Miss Della Tread way have returned from pleasure trips to the Great Lakes They re port Oh such a good timeLawson Mainous was at New Hope Saturday Hurrah for TilE CITIZEN and its many readersUnited States Marshal Wm Mays is fixing to go to Perry county to make some arrestsDan iel and Robert Allen were given life sentences for the murder of Delaney Peters Sam and Joe Allen being ac quitted for lack of proof Alonzo Cawood was alsj sentenced for two years for the murder of James Rose The Judge gave the Allen boys sixty days to get a new hearing They were delivered back to the Richmond jailMr Henry Peterss daughter and Mr Combs both of whom left hero sometime twelve years ago met hero again a few days ngo and were quietly married at the home of tho bridegrooms fatherA M Roberts and Andy Venable visited Jesse St John SundayWilliam Bicknell and wife visited friends on Island Crook SundayPay day for the teachers soon Wont the mer smileS COUNTY WALLACETON Newt Ogg and family have moved to the Granny C Code place near the church housoOeo Smith and family have moved to the Rebuen Kindred property E Walker Baker wan born a Aug 7 I860 and died after 26 days of patient suffering from typhoid fever Oct 1 1903 aged 43 years 1 month and 23 days He was the son of Mr and Mrs James Baker who survive him He was a devoted Chris tian a member of the Methodist Epis someIhim He was an active workerin theSundayschools here and elsewhere He believed that it was just as essential for a child to attend Sundayschool to have its meals regularly and acting upon this J belief he took his children with him to Sundayschool every Sunday morn ing as long as he was able Ho was 1 a dutiful son a devoted father a kind andaffectionate husband and a good j t THE CITIZEN inI citizen Mr Baker was a student Berea College from 1877 to 1882 and was a teacher in our public schools for several years When taken sick he was teaching at Wood View near Mrtwas to Miss Fannie Bassett whom he leaves with seven Heswas a of Prof J Thompson RevrC M of Hoytville and Rev W H Baker of Springfield 0 Miss Mary Baker now in Chicago is his sister The funeral services were held Saturday Oct 3 at Wallace chapel conducted by Prof L V Dodge and Rev H J D rthick of Berea followed by burial in Wallace chapel COUNTY KERBY KNOB The cool weather is hurrying the farmers about gathering in their crops Corn is not so good here but sweet and white potatoes fairly good There are a great many chestnuts and acornsP S Dearborn returned from his home in Butler Friday and says his wife is slowly recovering Most of the fever patients around here are recovering John Deane has suf ficientlv recovered to return to his school at McKeeSome of our Sun dayschool boys and girls attended the district Sunday school Convention at McKee Saturday They had a nice day and n pleasant tineThe Clover Bottom church association was heldat Sand Gap Friday Saturday and Sunday Preparations are being mAde to build a new church house at that placeMr Frank Hatfield our young photographer is snaking quite a success with his workMrs Will Jones who accompanied her brothers inlaw Irvine and Tom Hays and their families to their homes in Clark county a few days ago has come home Mrs Martha Click returned from her sons where she has been for the last weekRev Griffith wished to have it announced that he will preach at Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday GABBARD Heavy showers of rain fell during the week which were needed badly Dudley Reynolds of Cow Creek was in our midst Tuesday Hattie Minter of Booneville visited her father R W Minter at this place last Saturday and Sunday She was accompanied by a lady friendThe stave mill that was recently brought to Cow Creek is doing good workPresident Frost preached at Cow Creek on SundayMr and Mrs C B Moore visited J L Gabbard and family SundayMrs Moore has just re covered from an attack of typhoid fever Tha great majority of our fel low citizens are hoping for a Repub lican victory this fall- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE We are having some cool weather at this writingRev J W Lambert visited friends on Clear Creek Sat urday and Sunday Some one broke into the postoffice at Conway Thurs day night and took several dollars worth of postage stamps and other valuablesRov Wm Sigmon who has been away to Illinois for some time is back againThe potracted meeting at Fairman began Sunday with prospects for a good meeting J H Lambert and J B Coyle have consolidated again in the mercantile business at BooneFrank Parker visited friends here Sunday VIm McClellan of Scaffold Cane attended meeting at Fairviow Sunday night Jas Gentry was through here Satur day buying stockYour correspon dent visited her sick father on Clear Creek COUNTY MAYSVILLE William Hinton has returned home from Detroit Michigan The funeral of Mrs Susan Breckenridge was held at the Washington Baptist church Monday afternoon Rev Coleman con ducting itIt is said that the Barnum R Bailey shows brought the largest crowd of people that has ever been in MaysvilleMrs Mary Banion of Springfield Ohio was here during the past week to attend the burial of her niece Mrs Florence BennettMiss Nina Pettiford of Douglasville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Dr Stevens of this cityThe many friends of Mrs R H Porter are glad to see her out again after a few days of illness u Interesting Kentucky Items THE LEXINGTON RACES Nearly Every Heat Tuesday Was Won By a Neck or Nose Lexington Ky Oct14tTuesday was marked by close and exciting fiu ishes With two or three exceptions svery heat was won by a neck or loss Cotillion the favorite In the 217 class pacing was forced to travel six miles to win the race The first four heats of tho race were won In succession by Hutch Mowrey Cotillion Irish Jack and Heaver Cotillion took the fifth and sixth heats tho fifth heat by a nose from Money Musk which with C O D was ruled out In the sixth heat Cotillion sustained an accident In the fourth heat and was distanced but as tho accident was unavoidable she was allowed to start In the next two heats An unknown horse stepped through tho sulky wheel and It gave down No damage was sustained except to tho wheel Cubanola tell at the threequarters polo In the first heat of the 208 pace and her driver Joe Geers sustained a fractured collar bone lie was taken to the hospital where he will perhaps remain several weeks Cubanola was not Injured Plnchcn Wilkes and Miss Wlllamont also stumbled over him and the three horses wore distanced The Judges allowed Miss Wlllamont to start but was withdrawn on account of slight Injuries The raco was won by Major KENTUCKY GRAND LODGE The Odd Fellows Open a Three Days Session at exlngtonI Lexington Ky Oct HTho state grand lodge of Odd Fellows opened a three days session hero Tuesday In Merrick Lodgo hall Delegates front all over tho state are In attendance A delegation 100 strong IB coming from Carrollton headed by Grand Master M L Downs The lodge was given a hearty welcome by Acting Mayor Hobbs and responded by Grand Master Downs The entire lodge hcadc1 by Saxtons band marched to the Odd Fellows widows and orphans home where the dedication of the now edifice took place THOROUGHBRED RECORD SOLD T H Kelley Purchased the Paper and Wilt Change Its PolleyI amPbeulScottrico Is not given Tho was for necIordpolicy of tho paper but docs not indicate what change he will make further than that he will strongly advo cate tho revival of running meetings at the old Kentucky association track which was recently purchased by Copt S S Drown of Plttsburg SETTLED OUT OF COURT Wainicott Pays Wife and Slsterln Law the Latter Receiving 4000 Winchester Ky Oct 140 L Wainscott who shot his slstcrlnIaw Miss Margie Miller In a family quar rel has made a settlement out of court with her paying 4000 It Is said Walnscott Is under Indictment for malicious shooting Ills wife has sued for divorce and has just dropped her suit to get a division of property boo- Ing allowed 13100 by tho settlement It is said Liquor Dealers Indicted Covington Ky Oct HA case that will Interest numerous local concerns engaged In the bottle sale of liquor to Individuals through orders received through tho malls Is that of Crigler Crlglcr one of the leading whisky firms of this city under Indictment by a federal grand jury for the alleged Illegal sale of liquor Old River Man Dead Newport Ky Oct HWm Wal ker received a telegram Tuesday night announcing tho death of his stepfather O P Gaugh at Louisville Tho latter was a wellknown river man having been engineer on the old ferry boats plying between Newport and Cincin nati before tho bridges were built To Succeed Attorney Wood Walton Ky Oct 14 Democrats of tho 16th judicial district Tuesday nom- Inated Frank Green of Owen to suc ceed Commonwealths Attorney Rob ert Wood deceased Mr Greene Is the son of the lato James W Greene formerly judge of the 16th district A KentuckIan Ends His Life Greenville Miss Oct 14J T White who was found Monday morn ing suffering from an overdose of mor phine died Tuesday morning A noto addressed to a friend points to suicide White came here from Shelby vllle Ky Wife Murder and Attempted Suicide Morgantown Ky Oct 14Verona Flenor stabbed and killed his wife with a pocketknife One of tho six gashes penetrated her heart When ho discovered that she was dead he plunged tho knife In his left breast A Blue Grass WeddingI Paris Ky Oct 14 engagement of Miss Amelia Clay to Samuel Clay Is announced The wedding will bo solemnized November 4 Miss Clay Is the daughter of Col E F Clay the famous running horso breeder Appointed By Gov Beckham Frankfort Ky Oct 14ooY Beck ham Tuesday appointed Robert J Drccklnrldge of Danville as special judge to try a civil caso In which Judge Cantrlll Is Interested THE POSTAL TRIALS Tlic First Under About Two Doz en Indictments Hognn at Cincinnati Tuesday MILLER AND JOHNS DEFENDANTS The Government Charges Conspiracy For the Purpose of Obtaining Money From JJIlyau- It Is Alleged the Turf Commissioner Was Being Protected In the Use of the Malls For His Schemes Cincinnati Oct HThe first trial under about two dozen Indictments against post office officials secured In different parts of the country by the government recently was begun here Tuesday The defendants are Daniel Voorhcls Miller of Terre Haute lad formerly assistant attorney general fur the post office department at Washing ton and his friend Joseph M Johns IndIconspire acy for tho purpose of obtaining money from John J Ryan a turf commissioner with of fices In Cincinnati and St Louts for protecting him from post office officials In the use of tho malls for his schemes Miller claims absolute Ignorance of any transaction that may have occur JohnsI an ordl nary as attorney to assist In securing a decision from the postal department after present caseI emphatically deny any understanding between themselves or with Ryan or any conspiracy Tho most eminent counsel are engaged on both sides Miller and Johns were old friends having lived In adjoining coun ties In Indiana for years where both proiMcPhorson and his assistants nler and Darby have been working on tho case for some time they were as elated Tuesday by Charles H Robb assistant attorney general for the pos tal department at Washington D C Cochran chief of post office Inspec tors Inspectors VIckery and Fulton who arrested Miller and Johns and others Tho defendants have been Indicted jointly on six counts of conspiring to bribe John J Ryan Co of Cincinnati and SL Louis Tho government has called a dozen witnesses and the dcfenso threo times that many so that It Is not expected that tho arguments will bo reached until the latter part of the week Tho witnesses Tuesday were Richard M Webster a clerk in the legal department of the postmaster general at Washington J M Morrow telegraph operator at Rockvllle Ind and John J Ryan the latter being on the stand when court adjourned As Ryans direct examination has not been completed It Is thought that most of the time Wednesday will be taken up with his testimony regarding his transaction with postal officials In Washington and later with Johns as the alleged middle man at meetings In Terre Haute Cincinnati and St Louis REQUIRED TO GIVE BOND Reorganization of the Methods of the Government Printing Office Washington Oct 14 Another step In tho reorganization of tho methods of the government printing office Is effected by an order announced Tues day requiring a 10000 bond to be fur fished by the chief clerk of the print ing the foreman of tho bindery department the assistant foremen of tbo 19 divisions of the office and several other officials This action it Is ex plained Is designed to have the property ot the government In tho hands t f responsible parties and Is In line with the maintenance of a more vigi lant management of Uie affairs of the printing office Mrs Johnston Pleads Guilty New York Oct HMrs Mario Lay ton Johnston bookkeeper charged with larceny and forgery by which site obtained nearly 50000 from tho Unit ed States Playing Card Co of Cincin natl created surprise In the court ot general sessions by pleading guilty to the two indictments charging her with grand larceny Commercial Bar Sliver Now York Oct 1t Commercial bar silver Tuesday touched tho highest point established In years 28d per ounce in London and COYINOc here Tho advance abroad Is equal to s d as compared with Mondays closing The Highest Price Yet Paid Washington Oct HTho treasury department has purchased 1000000 ounces of sliver bullion for delivery at San Francisco for the Philippine colt age at C0125 cents per ounce the high est price that has yet been paid Mrs DwIght L Moodys Funeral East Northflold Mass Oct HArt er a simple funeral service in the little Congregational church hero tho body of Mrs Dwight L Moody was laid bo Bldo that of her husband the famous evangelist at Round Top American Vessels In Japanese Ports Yokohama Sept t via Victoria B C Oct HTho United States steam ships Kentucky New Orleans Oregon Wisconsin Cincinnati and Annapolis aro among the United States vessels in Japanese ports J ANOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well Because you never saw one broken downlBecause they arc nil good ones Because they cost less than others BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE ETC l GET ONE Sec our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky JaJ IBrannatnan11ellxt lecttrl of I Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Nuven Laundry w h h1f 1 This space has beenif purchased by The Students Job PrinttiPrinters of The Citizen 1MMM00000000000000000000000000o o 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