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II 1Deron+ MliHHIt iH irihiiiI iI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher SxUntl at IV Port ofe at Sara Ay a eteoad low naUnalltr II+iI1i1 iiiii1IIiHH +II V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1903 One dollar a year NO p Men urn taught in church and trained in the world Ouo of tbo boat things for a man to invest in in the goodwill of his follo Minn The only thing which everyone can do and tho only thing which ono need do is hid duty The exorcise of good nfToctions is ta necessary to happiness HS the exercise of tho body is to health TAKE NOTICE Now is the time to mend tho roads Do it thoroughly while you are about it It will bo to your interest to road carefully tho information given to sulmcribors top of column one page four of this and subsequent issues Every man who has regard for tho health of his children and tho lady members of his family will get up a good woodpile before thejold weath er comM on r It le time teachers were planning for the closing exhibitions of their schools Tho Citizen will furnish as usual some songs and pieces for these Interesting exhibitions Any Hubecribor sending us at once ten or more names and addrwweu of persons not now taking TilE CITIZEN will receive free by return mail an in teresting 125 page book FROM THE WIDE WORLD Paris Oct JUTho condition of Mm Potter Palmer of Chicago who in lufTcring from an attack of gastric furor showed improvement today The steamer South Portland from Astoria Ore to San Francisco was wrecked at Bandou on the Oregon coast Thirty one persons are miss Tho Alaskan award was signed by all the Commissioners except the Can adians Tho United States gets ovon more than has boon previously re portedJohn Lover of Birkonhosd Eng land has divided to chnllongo for the cup and tho Now York World has distancedall competitors by declaring that it will take n lover to lift t Little progress is being made in the Japanese Russian negotiations In Germany it is bolicvttd that either a settlement will Ira reached by Decem ber or thorn will be hostilities IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Four persons wcro killed in a rail road wreck in Virginia on the South KOyaviller Gov J II Tillman of South Carolina was acquitted of tho murder of Editor Gonzales Croecous lowered the worlds trot sting record at Witchita Kan by one second making tho time 169 Hospital Superintendents of the r United States and Canada are In an nual conference at Cincinnati Receivers wore appointed today of tho Maryland Trust Company and the Union Trust Company of Baltimore Tko North Hold schools opened tbs year with 2000 enrollment the largest ever known Two now buildings are being erected has boon led at Clarksville 1Suit to enjoin the Mayor and Board of Council from issuing 100000 in bonds voted to the Tennessee Central railroadPresident Roosevelt issued a call for an extra session of Congress rorI November 9 to consider tho commer cial convention between tho United States and Cuba- Atraveller crane on the Pitlsburg end of tho new Wabash railroad bridge over the Mouongahela river collapsed killing ton men Two other men are missing- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Louisville has constructed over five miles of now streets this year and tho record is one of the best over made Secretary Shaw and Hon John N Yerkos spoke at Lexington Monday Oct 19 on the Republican issues in this campaign Work on the now L and Nshops in South Louisville is progressing rapidly but it will require over two r1 years to finish tho work Tho shops are to cost over 13000000 and will bo the largest in tho United States with one exception Tho Democrats base their chief hope of success on getting rid of the poor mans vote By a registration device they have cut out most of the colored voters in Lexington and they are planning as in other years to buy off lead away on excursions entrap in saloons and in other ways detain from the polls as many voters as possible THE CITIZEN Major Woods Plain Talk Moi A T Wood poke in the Tab oruacio to a largo 5111 interested audi once Tho notice was so lastwweeks CITIZEN The Major is a noble specimen of tho Union veteran and tho self made map and stated in a simple way his position in tho present election cam partThis elections an honest count and good government The Democratic Party has no plat form and has almost ceased to boa party for its great leaders like Duke Carlisle Sharp and Bockuor are co operating with tho Republicans in the attempt to overthrow the mal administration and tyranny of Beckham Bockhatn In silent on all public quos lions and simply clinging to the office spoilsMaj showed the iniquity of tho Goebel Law tho dishonest meth ods by which Goebol and Beckham secured their nomination the removal of Republican election officers on the ova of tho alasion the counting out of Taylors majority thirtyseven thou sand paying e tribute to Judge Pryor tho lifelong Democrat and exCon federate Judgewho refused to join in these lawless and tyrannical acts Ho showed that tho Legislature was without a quorum when it installed Goobol so that even in accordance with tho unrighteous laws framed by Goebel himself Taylor is tho legal KentuckyNo Bradleys ad ministration was tho best over known In Kentucky Ho began with an empty treasury and back debts of 51800000 and closed with a surplus of 51063 125 with every claim paid In finances Bockhams administra tion has been n gigantic steal He has now a deficit of 700000 More than 100000 is unaccounted for and tho records closed against public in spection Kentucky received an im mouse sum from tho United States Government on civil war accounts which was used for the paying of back debts but In connection with this money Beckham paid to Calhoun 71000 as ho said for collecting the claim This claim should have been collected by the paid officers of tho State Asa matter of fact the 71000 seems to have boon pocketed by Beck ham Co for personal or campaign purposes A still more dastardly act was perpetrated when 120000 was sent to Bockham by the United States Government to distribute for the pay of soldiers who served in the Spanish war Bockham charged these soldiers 16 per cant for transacting tho busi ness which should have been done by tho salaried oihcers of the State of Kentucky without gouging the sol diers a cent The pardon record is also kept from public view Got Bradley pardoned many men but always for a good cause and in most caBoajjust before the expiration of their terms in order to rectors thorn citizenship Beckham has pardoned the blackest criminals and in all canoe so far as we can learn Democrats The use of the panloning power for political purposes is a now form of corruption Reviewing the trial of Caleb Powers ho said it could only be compared to tho bloody assizes under Judge Jeffrey iu England There was f100 000 with which to hire false witnesses the jury was selected from Bourbon county without consulting tho lawyers for tho defense and with the refusal to dirett that politics should be disregarded in the selection 176 men wore impanelled including only throe Republicans all of whom wore strick en out at the beginning Nine of the twelve jurors swore that they had formed and expressed an opinion and had a prejudice against Caleb Powers but tho J udge allowed thorn to serve The whole of the evidence on which the prosecution rested was the ovi dente of alleged accomplices and the star witness for tho prosecution swore that ho know of no conspiracy The whole trial was a perversion of justice and shows that Beckbain considered it necessary to hang an innocent in order to advance his own political in terests The conduct of Beckham in playing checkers at homo while Col Belknap was leading his regiment in Cuba was duly characterized And in con clusion the speaker said all we have to do is to bring out a full Republican vote and the honest Democrats who believe iu fairness and justice and repudiate the Beckham rule will do thereat r1 HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE By 1mldcut Wm loodell Front ArtloU 8 Invalid Pensioner In Mountain Counties In late P equal rlvale o Corporal drllOOnL to militia- S Sergeant volunteers I Infantry ArtllluTIUr Drummer Her a Revolutionary army 1tniloni listed under tho art of June 1832 continued Frederick Cooper p Pa m William Carpenter p Va m Reuben Coffey p N C St troops Palrick Coylo p Va I Peter Catron p Va I John Davis p Va I George Docker p Va Maatin Durham p N C m George Dabney p Va m Rody Daffron p I Cav NOm Abram Hunt pVa Conrad Heuegan p N 01 Wm Johnson 2d S Va I James Jones p Va William Koath p Va I Thomas Merritt p N C1 Frederic Miller p Va m Dudley Moreland p Va m John Majors p N C James McHenry p Cav ft I N C St troops James C McGoo p Pa I Stephen Pratt p Va m James Pierce p Va m Jesse Powers p Va George Rogers p Va m Isaac Stephens p Va I Zachariah Sanders p Va m Elisha Thomas p Va James Turner p Va L John Wallers p N C I Charles Warham p I CavVa James Woody p N 0 m WIIITLET COUNTY John Anderson S p N C CbM Galliff p Va m John Hood p N 01 Thomas Laughlin p N 0 I Joshua Moses N C m Jauios Mahan p Va m Henry Porch p N C m William Rose Ensign N C m Pensions listed under tho act of Slay FLEMING COUNTY Moss Clack d Va Dragoons William Davis d Va Dragoons John Finloy Capt 8th flog Pal ORE Ur COUNTY Godfrey Smith d Lees Legion MADISON COUNTY James Barnett LRog Va rULASKI ONUNTY John Edwards musician 10th Reg Pal nOCKCASTLE COUNTY Francis Ramsey d Lees Legion GEO O BARNES AND THE END OF THE WORLD Rev Geo O Barnes is one of tho markedmen of Kentucky Born at Paint Lick Madison County April 22d 1827 ho is one of the few votr ana of tho Mexican War His father was a famous preacher in this region In early life young Barnes wasted his time at Center College but after some years of commercial life entered Princeton Seminary For seven years he was a missionary in India for ten years pastor at Stamford Ky and since that time an evangelist He came to have new light on some of the supposed Presbyterian doctrines of predestination etc but continued earnest in his love for God and man and his voice has been heard by thousands in this country as well as in England and Scotland Just now he is Impressed with the idea that Christ will come upon tho earth in a short time and he proposes to announce His coming and warn the poo pie by spending a week in every county in Kentucky Last week he was at McKee this week he is at Bopnoville on the 22d ht begins at Campton tho 29 that Freuchburg the Bth of November at Sandy Hook the 12th at West Liberty and the 19th at SylveatervilleWe sure that Bro Barnes is right in thinking that the coming of Christ will occur this winter but we are sure that all of us will come to the end of life suddenly and soon and it will be a good thing if we heed his voice by repentance and obedience to God GEESE WANTEDWill pay highest CASH prloeJ H Neff Main St Richmond Ky I in fall at the Hustling Cash Store IS BRAND NEW fail to see us see us too be can for IRION GIRARDET CO- HighClass Dealers 404 KY ESTABLISHED For free Catalogue and call to I see us you In tlic A MAN to lie his col neckwear hosiery underwear an- dMENS our you willmake no We see to it our contains nothing but is up to in NEW FALL GOODS arriving sell Douglas for men Quality for Rice Arnold Richmond sta bye and the beat shoe dealers r U The RJDragln price IN D MADE Notre ill table ttltar tN r1 J iss =T 1500720 rtlnta Mara rM In four rears THE MAJ10NI- LJlouJlull1ake and pelts more mens Sa 0aml93i0iuoa titan two man In the world W I 8300 and f3tO shoos side by side S3oo and JBOO shoes of other makes are found to be Jut as will two of and 13O shoes Mad the best NatlonatanlraraaVIMW L MOO Etlgo cannot be equal ed at aD nee eea e by RIR COYLE Berea I+ 1IF II1iiHiH + r Subscribe TodayiCirculation 2000 I LIVOL 181iIDEAS Everything goods tt NttlatttNs cityiour tell for business our stock of fall line Is entirely new We no old to sell things in FALL DRESS GOODS GINGHAMS PERCALES ETO are arriving we pleasure in showing you of I Fall and Winter ieddout us before making choice Any purchase from moans you will send neighbors and to that may learn to wise and buy where secure the goods the least I iCORNER Jewelers and Diamond West Market Street LOUISVILLE OVER THIRTY YnARS Write WIleD are well dressed must select lars cuffs shirts hats FURNISHINGSin them from stock and mistake store what date and good taste daily We Shoos and boys and Queen shoes women Ky DonUs everywhere banlVI I OVGljSSHOES inertau calaJNwa Nei Pairs- alrg Pairs OouUrt niiyotlicr ufacturers Douglas pUcod ThoT ordinary 300 leather Including Douitlas raRata1 sale LL This being first season tn your stuff in every have goods The latest ASHGOODSt daily take Stock your your friends they thny best moneys I cityTtP that Clothing IRION GIRflRDBT GO Louisville Ku StoniA genuine bottom BEsih UNION outwear palm Patent enuesh For and Our AN OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex pensive but the good it will do is in calculable Bettor pay the cost of a perfect out fit and get perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWe have modem high class instru ments 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 Opoosite Blcknell l Karlrs Beret Kjr East End Barbs Shop North ot Printline ONce Shave 100 Hair Cut 15o Shampoo 15o Razors sharpened 16o to 25o R B DOE Proprietor DR L OORNEILUS Physician AI Dentist Office with Dr P Coruellui Broadway St Bissu KY Hour tot Dental Work 900 a m to 300 p m ewfl vw vW S4 rVVV II 5124 Solid Maaooic Charm 325- II J5 Solid Heavy Gold Ring 500 II 1281 6 Pearls Ruby Doublet 500 II 328 Ruby or Emerald 250 II 711 Diantond richly set 3000 II 1667 7 Full Cut Diamonds 600 WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAI EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIQQINS Prop Laughlin Fountain Pen IB THE rue OF ALL PEN AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST ilABE 14K eon PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY 100 SOPERMM TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 TheTau hlln Fountain Pen Holder iatnadeof tin est quality hard rubber it gradelargeof any desired flexibility perrectfeeding Either style richly gold mounted for presentation purposes 1160 willnoueyou be to secure tblng bewtlelbs price that will give such continuous pleasure and service For Sale by East End Drug- Company Main Street Berea Ky r p- U THE BOOTBLACKS STORY Trriililr 1wreilgmnodIrlu11uuNSuf- rerrd Iuuof IIIlaoeof the tinlniMi CclLp from the office oce evening last week we wtre stopped on the second lkxr 1orthe building hj a wan faeed sad eyrd boy lie says hes 17 but In size he doesnt look It hy a half dozen years lie hadnt had enough to eat since he came into the world Hunger Is a law or his life Despair peeps from his sad little eyes and premature sorrow has been cut into the cheeks which God Intended should bloom with roses of youthful joy But Joy Is a stranger to this youngster He lives In hellthe hull created by n drunlen father He was cursed before be war horn and the saloon did It Let me give you a shine for mothers Fake he said The appeallns tone in whlih he spoke mast have stormed the heart of God It w more than an ap pea It was a live t il of prayer front off trio white altar of to Eternal A his slender lilt hand moved swift ly to and fro across the shoe he said Say cant I hardle a brush Mister You can Indeed my boy Seinp he was disposed to talk we t UBitd Are your parents living Yes ho answered quickly and n flood of bitterNinemorlcs seemed to look through his eyes Yes you SEt Dart he dont live with us no more Doesnt he No we had to drive him away Hed rIII WAS ABOfT TO KILL MOTHER AND ME rt al mothers hardearned money and vice and spend It for beer Too bad boy too bad But say Mister helike to got us be fore he went Here his eyes sparkled as lie recalled their narrow escape Police wen were Just In time to save us Save 0111 How Why man he had a big butcher knife nnu was about to kill mother and me when the cops nabbed him his boy Is worse than fatherless Why Ask the saloon While brutaliz- Ing his father It also robbed him of the money with which he could have bum a boy has not an equal chanco in the world with other boys Why The saloon makes him shine shoes when his place Is In school This boy goes home every night to a crushed broken and husbandlcss mother Why Because the saloon has taken away her husband I The brave little warrior goes forth every morning Into the streets to fight the wolf for mother himself and five still smaller ones who arc unconsciously aloon victim The Institution which will male a thief and a murdeer of a father will destroy a nation If oven time The one remedy Is Destroy trie Institution Keystone Citizen TEMPERANCE FACTS A child Is the beginning of what he will be an old man the remains of vhrt hB has been National Advocate The further down you can drive the Brloou the further away you remove temptation from those who work In high places All the saloons in Pike county Ind having been closed the State Tem perance league Is now Baking up the tight against the saloons in DuboIs county thoroughlythe liquor evil than Tennessee Twen t ty years ago whisky was on sale al most everywhere Today in only 13 towns can liquor be legally sold The late W S Calncs memory Is to be perpetuated In India by the estab lishment of a central temperance institute There arc at the present timer 300 temperance societies in In imostly Mr Caine helped to found composed of educated natives I many of whom are known to us In connection with the AngloIndian Temperance association ImtrrdiiHT Ilir Ilrvruiir A clergyman of the Reformed church whose work lay in a village near Klauscnburg In Hungary set himself earnestly to the task of reducing drunkenness among his flock After months of persuasion he at last got so far as to found a temperance union j Ihe constitution was drawn up and duly forwarded to the minister of the interior for his approbation After a 4short delay the pastor received a com munication to the effect that as the objects of the union were calculated tl to reduce the revenue receipts the minister did not see his way to grant ing the application National Advo gate WOMEN WHO DRINK IIIr tlrnrg Snurel lleelnrrarlnl Kttulniiil linn nn Apt iltlBR lumber nf Them nnt hi order rightly to understand says Lady Henry Somerset wttUag about London In the North American Review we must leave for a moment the Melds and lowers and birds and feasts and go Into the dingy city and pass the courts and the alleys and the pawnbrokers shops and the old clotbes shops we must go down fat the kitch ens wlrere the rats shim tdamp darkness with the InhablurU and then walls out again Into the Jcsty street and then we shall begin to VJi dcrstnnrt wliar Is the center of a trap then to the iVvcIlcrs In the narrow conrt and glimy slum At the cornc of the street there Is a public house and If we atiJi the swinging door for a moment wo shall be able ti realize why It Is that In England there arc more drunken women than In any oMi er nation rn how It is that the bre c ers haw made larger fortunes than ran be amasml at any otner traie Beten the hours of one and thrc ocloeu you will see in this squalid din trlct fnni 100 to 200 women enter the drink shop with little liable in theft arms end as those women crowd Into that public house and stand to drlnl they wl1 often give the baby a share of the liquor and the little mouth will gro aily suck the spoon or the glass thr his In It the anti of gin Be twwn those hours tx you Will sei 150 or 200 girls with Uttered clothes toT pinafores some almost shoeless al ragged all rtlshevclec toting with jUjSLJ carry away thv drink to their miserable homes At many boys under ibo age of 11 or 13 viii be there too making perhaps S total in one afternoon of 500 children I member on on occasion of stand HI In front of Just such a public lions raid If you look down the street you will see that there are 20 more with nn American and when she saw thn wfimcn going Into the public house nomo of them respectably clad sh raid Are they going to hold a crusade fleeting there as they did In America SO years ago It seemed to her Inconceivable that women were going there to drink but o us It has become a commonplace anti those who know anything of the aortal life of the people In England lave long reallze1 that children art drunk for the first time In theIr moth crs arms or cursed with the appetlt before they are born In their earjest- association the public house stands as thr most prominent factor in their risttnrc and has stored their minds with the Impressions of everything that vile and bad But there Is another picture of our social life of which I have to speak before I go back again to the country farm and In order to bring this be fore the minds of those who are Inter cod In social problems I must ask thorn to go inside a large London drink den There you will flml a great number of entrances six eight or ten and each of these entrances leads Into t separate small bar and If you arc In dIned to sit for a momeit and ask foi n glass of lemonade you can watcl1 those who pass In and out A young girl well dressed and ot respectable parentage will come In accompanied by the young man to whom she Is engaged and they will call for a glass cf spirits or beer and sit down to drink as a matter of course A middleaged woman who has known better days draws her mantle about her and looks around to see If any one has noticed that she has crossed the threshold her fare Is pale and drawn and she has anxious lines around her eyes Employment Is hard to get and she Is going to try to forget how dim cult It Is to live as she carries In her thin trembling hand a glass of net spirit to the further corner of ute bar Then there are a mfddie aged man and his wife who ask for beer a woman with a baby and a young husband the baby cries and the mother dips her linger In the glass and rubs Its lips A little noise In another bar tells us that there a different class liar assem bled and there we see the ragged den- Izens of the slums but every class la represented and among them women are prominently to be found What wonder then that as we read the annals of the English police courts we realize that drunkenness has not only invaded the homes of the poorest of the people but also that drinking Is alarmingly on the Increase among women of thewealthy and the leisured classes that not only are destitute and degraded women committed to our prisons who are unable to pay the tine but that women In apparently respect able positions are continually convict ed of drunkenness until It may be tru ly said that scarcely a family exists but has some record of this hideous disease PIe Itnln of n tollcK Man A Harvard graduate the scion of a wealthy family whose name Is honor able drank carbolic acid and fell dead at the feet of the woman ho loved not cityWhatstrong cultivated elegant youngman It was the drink Little by little It had undermined Ida will power and had become his master lliimr Men Volt Nineteen bills wore introduced In the Nebraska legislature this last ses sion by the liquor men that had for their object the modifying or the force of the Slocum law but all failed to become law Two bllla passed which make the law more stringent than before There are 100 cities and towns In Nebraska without licensed saloons MIdas Criterion Alnuml ii Teniprmnee Mliilr Only 12 out of the 9C counties In Tennessee legalize the sale of liquor 7 7te Conflict ofMasters and Men By GEORGE HOWARD GIBSON rWl II1LK the lives and labor of time masse have a shear market value and added together are esteemed insignificant in comparison with iron and steel and other lifeless capital their brains and hands cannot be dispensed with Because they arc n necessary ell ment in production their status cannot he screed and settled The wages they accept today they will refuse tomorrow or next year and they will continue to demand shorter hour and union recognition luirthcrmorc they arc sure sooner or later to adopt a political programme tor the people wiucii will demand tint the government take possession of the trusts and natural monopolies Let not the capitalists rely on the Tightness or naturalness or abso luteness of their present legal ownership of the means of production ind exchange arWI h opportunities to labor Their titles arc titles of might not of right The accumulation of incomes drawn from other mens labor is not a matter of morals but of mastership Property so acquired is not made forever sacred lv the legal title and a private fence or by statutes that arc changeable The monopoly titles privileges and prerogatives of our economic masters can subsl t and pertonly in heir mastership or their monopoly of the intelligence which unites and lirects men Doubtless the masterful forces that now rule us for the ime being are fittest to rule The actual rule of the people or of the masses can conic only when they have found and entered into their power which is the power of unity Seeing that the struggle between masters and men and between organized labor and organized capital is going forward and that noth mg is yet settled it is folly to be arrogant on the one side or to be bitter and violent on the other The cvcrymanforhhnsclf motto of the nineteenth century will not do for the twentieth It U seat to be for the rich ruinous and for the poor impossible very nuts for his group is the watchword of the awake The grouping spirit however is of two kinds Organized capital is essentially individualistic selfcentered antidemocratic and aristo cratic organized labor is essentially social fraternal democratic Atvl with these grouping contending fortes of opposite spirit in the earth it is easy to see that sonic day all the old hard problems of might Id- right and poverty and progress will be resolved into one pro II r proposition which will face socety in the question of whether or in the majority shall ru- lePreachers and the Theaters By AMELIA BINGHAM WillKama UtrtM If a minister would reach the people who need 1 helping hand he cannot Ice real life better than through a good theatrical performance The theatrical profession is no wnne morally than any other profession and it has a service to per form for humanity as well as has the church A min ister is gad and he is expected to be good lie ought to IK good because he is surrounded by good influences and good people Its quite a different thing to go out and meet all conditions and kinds of two pie Ah there the test of goodness The stage and the church must work together The church must teach and the atagc must entertain midi one can combine entertaining and preaching to a certain extent The theater reaches a class of people that thechurch does not reach andeach is helpful to its following I frequently receive letters from persons and ministers too who say they have received lessons from my plays But the minister must draw a line between classes of plays and not go to those that he would not have members of his congregation or family attend Remember he is looked upon to set an example to his flock Still if the preacher would not grow stale in his pi each ing if he would keep new ideas before his people it would be well for hinr to attend certain plays The best illustrations arc always made by contrasts A moral can be shown in a clearer light on the stage by having men and women of different character play together side by side and in art we must en deavor to be true to life The minister employs contrasts in hiser mons lie docs not always talk of Heaven but tells of that other place jo that his hearers may better understand what is promised for time good and for the bad Shall we look to the stage for our preaching I say emphatically No If we did our theaters would be empty Yet our profession is as good as any other and is composed of men and women with hearts and souls like those of other human beings and yet with all the work there is no profession in which ones ambition to reach the top is so seldom reached as in that of the stage Bible Sully and Religious Experience By DR WILLIAM R HARPER PresideD of the Univeullr of Cblcieo fhc Bible is of no more value to one in the struggles of his religious experience than a tencent novel unless it is made use of Most knowledge of the contents of the Bible is likewise insufficient nor arc we to think of the Bible as studied with special theologyThenourishment to the seed of the Divine life whichex ists in the individual soul Itchgious experience i that expression of life in the human soul by which the individual soul comes into sympathetic touch with God Ihc religious life has its outward expression in the religious conventionalities the sys tem of belief or creeds and in conduct or ethics The essence of the inner spiritual life is found in time consciousness of sin the sense of fellowship with God the love for God and the corresponding love for man To be free is to be in touch with the Divine To be strong is to be a companion spirit with the Great Spirit To be true is to be in har mony with the truth of the universe which itself is the reflection of the character of God No literature not even that of Christian nations and of modern times contains such help to prayer anti praise and communion with the spirit in and around us as does the literature of the Bible The Bible has controlled the greatest spirits of nineteen centuries and through them the civilized world Nowhere play one find more vivid pre en lotion of life as it should be lived or of life as it should not be lived Berea College FoundedLI 1855 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correspondence especially with physicians solicited Wrlto toJafl Manhattan Tliarapoutio Association 8 0LA UroadwaIA tlttI THE CITIZENi t u tThe Home JENNIE tESTKR HILL Editor +IH1I1+11H LIGHTING and LAMPS Several things nro to bo observed In considoring artificial light the most Important being to avoid uuduo vit r lutiou and heating of tbo air and tho obtaining of a strong null steady light The electric light is tho only light that Is not a groat tax on the ventilation of a room for all burning usoa up oxygon and produces carbonio acid gas It is estimated that ono korosino lamp uses up as much air ns I four people In selecting a burner ono should be bought which will make combustion orIlent access of air to the wick To obtain perfect combustion I would advise the use of a round wick with au air spaco both inside and out side This can ba found in tho Ar gand burner or student lamp In a good burner the air enters freely at tho base so should never bo allowed to lx clogged The nearer the greater amount of light la approached tho more perfect the combustion and no burner should ever bo turned very low as tho products of incomplete combustion vitiate the air It is beat to fill a lamp daily on account of the light given being less for equal volumes or oil tbo higher tho tlamo is from the oil and there is more danger of explosion by having a large air rparo over tho oil Kerowiuo in obtained by distilling crude petroleum which consints of n variety of inflammable grown and some rolutilo liquids Gasoline in one of the more volatile giving a brilliant light but of loss commercial value so that tho refiner in considering Ids own interests allows as much an ixxwibloofthwto to remain in the koroaine Inflammable gas is given off by HOIIIO of tho cheaper kor clue when heated to DO degrees and where a lamp shade is throwing the heat downward or n lamp is brought near the stove it is easy to obtain a heat of JO or 100 degrees It is safer to use oil which will not give off in flammable gases at a low temporature When lighting turn tho wick up slowly so tho chimney will hoot grad ually and when extinguishing the Haute never blow down strongly but turn a little lower and blow across topNever fill tho lamp full to time top but leave about ono fourth of an inch 4IIpalTrim the wick square and even across It should belong enough to touch the bottom of the lamp The lamp chimney looks the best if washed in hot suds and when the lamp wick becomes dirty It should also bo washed in hot suds and the burner when clogged should be trailed in soda and water It Is advisable to keep all material for cleaning lamps in a box by themselves MARIE BAN CBOIT Mrs lulls class in Domestic Economics IHIIII1 IIIIMtl I LTheSchoolJo11N +11+11++III1HIIIII Keep up with the Times Years ago the district school teach or was usually tho most enlightened person in his community Ho was authority not only on all educational topics but upon matters in general and was looked upon with the respect that a Ulan of looming ought always toinspireSuch condition does not now exist to any great ex tent The reason lor It may be that other vocations have advanced in pay while teaching has not The great majority of teachers are young and inexperienced conse quently their opinions do not bear groat weight and their education anti scope of view is necessarily limited Another difficulty is that the aver l ago teacher is shut In far away from centers of learning without opportuni ties of self improvement Traveling men people in towns and the more advanced class of farmers get their daily or weekly papers read the magazines meet other enlight erred people anti so keep abreast with the times Teachers often have none of those advantages no books papers or magazines and when thrown with people who read are put to shame f Their entire ambition has been to secure a county certificate They are sufficiently learned in tho common branches to pass the required per cent and therefore aro equipped for touching No test is matte from the standpoint of their fitness in general knowledge and culture There aro ways by which teachers could improve themselves as occasion ally wo see some are doing Although the pay is small every teacher should subscribe for two or throe magazines a good general weekly newspaper and purchase a few books in addition to whatever school journals he may be taking An enterprising young man or woman could form a reading club of from three to six Each ono would subscribe for some periodical and when road exchange with the others Somo of the very best literature is so cheap that an abundance of it is easily within roach of every teacher If any one does not know where or how to got it ho should make it a point to find out and obtain a supply as soon as possible We would be glad to answer questions pertaining to this or other educational matters through tho columns of Tilt CITIZEN J W DINSMORE t+ +I +t1+t1111iH + +H The Farm SILAS CREEPER MASON Editor HIIIIHI H II+H II + I i i Commercial Fertilizers TITOU C D LKWIil It is not necessary to plow the en lire crop down as personal experience has shown mo that land may bo improved rapidly while paying crops of peas are taken from it regularly On tho other hand if this nitrogen had been bought it would have more than taken the qrofit of the crop limit often it is expedient to buy ni trogen and thou it may bo had in many forms One rule however is to bo observed Apply it directly to the crop after growth has commenced or as with corn just before It is often found to Ira profitable to make two or oven throe applications of it during growth Nitrate of soda is much used and is probably boat jfor corn and many other rapid growing succulent crops For cotton however the nitrogen from the cottonseed meal seems to give tho best melts Tho bone meals give up their nitrogen more slowly and for that reason should be used on wheat and such slowly maturing crops Tho effect of nitrogen is ono of the most striking experiments that can be made In tho School Garden It pro dears a heavy dark green growthand the result can be soon very soon after an applicationSoil BlIv bo made too rich in nitrogen however a fact that can ho detected by an over growth of stalk and foliage A few years of cropping in some nitrogen consumer such as corn will remedy that As has been said nitrogen escapes easily from the soil To prevent this observe the following 1 Never lot land lay exposed to the action of the weather that is always have some cover crop growing to use np the nitrates that form from decaying veg etation 2 Apply potash to acid roilas in such soil nitrogen compounds form and escape and potash prevents this It is much more difficult to toll when soil needs phosphoric acid It may bo indicated however by poor development of grain and slow ma turing of crops Experiments may bo mado by using acid phosphate and other fertilizers alone and in various combinations which will show quite conclusively just what is needed This may bo done by teacher and pu pils In the school garden in that way making it of practical value to the community andso increasing ita value In tho esteem of the whole com munity Continued EDUCATIONAL CALENDAR Please send notices for this Calendar Oct 26Boll Co Meg Dist 2 As sociation at Straight Crook school houseOct 8031 Madison County and 8th Congressional Association at Rich mond How to Ilnndtn hone nndlsh To have horse radish at Its best buy tho root but do not grate It as It Is much easier and saves ninny tears It you wash and scrape It Next cut Into dice and put It through the finest cylin der of your meat chopper and then Into air tight jars so us to retain the full strength until wanted for me I For Senator Tits CITIZEN was glad to note In last weeks issue that Maj Curtis F Bur nam of Richmond is once more the candidate for State Senator for the district comprising the counties of Estill Leo Powell Madison Judge Burnam is one of the men of whom Kentucky has always 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foollvh to exact a Tore grow upon the burn thus dead ITo let us put regret away fate all future winds that blow 1 cant start up the furnace with The coal we burned a year ago mother of the whooping boy 1Can never be a gentle maid Back where the balmy brtci blew Am heroes through her vision playrd sighIwith her woe The lofll we burned a year ago a Why sit In sorrow looking back At things that might have been or fret Ercauxe of rrevlou things that were Theyre only happy who forget The pat Is gone twill neer return The withered rove no more may blow We cant start up the furnace with I The coal we burned n year ago 8 K Kiecr In Chicago RecordHerald A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Atlbor sl Mm Arm MTb SD- a Tcrj Ccprrigbt t br A JJrpiDCCU c-All rifbtt icttMtd CHAPTER VIII t TIlE HOPDANCE 4That Miss Merton should regard ber cousin and UOIilter with amazement was but natural On both theirr faces something tiniiKiial was writ on Miss Densmoren exhaustion 1ten the lingering traces if n dread Jul fear on Rossiters n mingled oternness and solicitude What has happened Miss Mer- toncriedYour cousin has had n terrible fright fnid llofsiter quickly He paused and glanced at Hiss Dtnsmore lie hind spoken huts that aLe might be paved an explanation If abe did not feel that she could make one just then She gave him a grateful look an she sank upon the spat before the spring For a moment she gazed at the welling water then she put hr litimls to her fnce and be can to sob softly In an instant Misi Merton arms were about her cousin and Uossiter turning his Lack upon tliiin moved a few pact away Jf the ghost of a longing that it- tf night be his right to comfort the rliHtrnught girl came into hU heart he put it quickly from him She was not for such as he to soothe with any endearing or assuring words Though he had no fear that the motionless form in tote woods would recover to molest them he fell to andlevery Mr Itosslter called MIls flee 1tcnprprpnt1replied swinging about Will you walk back with Uti Certainly If you wish it It would be BO good of you said Miss Uensmore who looked as- though the least jar might snatch tier from consciousness I am not quite sure of myself n hlisa Merton upon one side of Minn DeiiKmore and Itossiter upon the other they slowly climbed the slope towards the orchard For some Moments nothing was tuld Gradu ally however Miss Densmore regained her eelfcontrol and at length 4Iabe turned to Itosslter Will you tell me low you chanced i to lie in the wool she asked I liiid strolled down from the liouse with n newspaper and maga tine which Mr Jarmelre lent me lie replied and was sitting in n lit tie glade a slort rtiMunee down the loggingroad when I heard you cry- I must explain to yoti she began It Dont Sylvia dont now inter IlossiterIYen said Miss Uensmore must llieu well not refer to it again 3 was watching the water ripple away into the wood when I fancied t 1 heard n footstep I was so startled that I sprang up and there was that man lie could not hare been more than 30 feet from we lie had crept up so noiselessly have no idea iron which direction be approached but when I first saw him he wan utniuling behind me In the path by which we came lie began to move towards tut gad I cried out to him to go on about his bnMnrss lie pave no teed to this so I ran to the other side of the spring putting the depression and the water between UK He was grinning at me and oh MB facer um afraid I shall dream about it and if I do I shall go mad She seemed about losing her power of restraining her feelings asil both Miss Merton and Jlossiter again begged her to say no more but site Mould not heed them No she exclaimed let me tell you and have It done with He be gan maneuvering now so that I should not run towards the house and he succeeded for my foot slipped I MI I was leaping the outlet to the i spring and he would have seized me lad I ant fled down the logging rood 1Shepaired and Hosslter caught at opportHolty to end all talk on po dlKllFrsiog thane I chanted to he in the logging mud as you laic heard me say he put in cj ilcUly sddring Idles Max 4 a test there wag some scorning between tnytelf and Miss Densmore pursuer who finally stumbled nut struck his head against a tree when we left him unconscious They had reached the orchard by this time and paused a brief spar to let Miss Densmore rest A fev hoppickers were lounging beneath the trees munching the inello fruit They stared at Itossltcr earl ously seeing him with the two gIrls and exchanged idly speculative com meats Well If that chap nlnt a slid one one remarked wonder how he worked it Give it up said another I wish hed tell us He wont never you fear Its too good n thing Suppose you ask him how Its doneAn git ft sntash In the mug Not muchl The three were now walking on and the observant pickers noted that they paused as they cane to the hop kilnYoull llarllyneat me fArther Kosslter was saying with n smile for all had been making an attempt at gayety Miss Densmore extended her hand Dont thank 1IIt1 he exclaimed fearing she might try to frame come expression of gratitude Her lips quhered and though site did not speak he read In her eyes her unuttered feeling Father and mother will have to know but it will be better I think that no one else should said Miss MertonI not dream of mentioning the matter unless you wished It liosslter said and with a grace salutation he left them As he had walked by Miss Dens more side be had determined that as soon us be saw the girls in safety to the house he would tell Jack Iarmelee what had happened and with him And perhaps Joe Hecrnft or some other return to the wood and secure Dawson if be were still unconsicous or give pursuit in case the vagrant had recovered and taken himself off Hut he now recognized Miss Merions wisdom in desiring that the affair be kept quiet The publicity which would of necessity be given to it all In case Pawson were caught and haled back to the farm would only serve to keep what hind occurred fresh In Miss Dens mores mind and that she might speedily recover from the shock it was best that nothing in connection with the scene in the wood be reverted to- Towards evening Mr Merton sought him out nnd poured upon him a stream of grateful and to Iloy liter embarrassing praise for his conduct It was only when he launched upon a perhaps excusably profane denunciation of Dawson that the late wanderer began to feel comfortable In Ills presence Gratitude in any tforra as has been previously indicated Iiossiter was very far from being accustomed to Whenever he was able to render a service it NUB his nature to do so free heartedy and neither to ask nor to desire a recompense of any sort He knew generally speaking that be hail little to give but to that little anyone In need was wholly welcome This was one of the mans most attractive haracteriKttex Yet in time gone by it was this very quixotic openhandedness that was in a treasure respon sible for his downfall During this next two days neither tills Merton nor her cousin appeared ill the hopyard On Tuesday as lie was coning from dinner Itosxiter linncid to see the former standing alone upon the porehand ventured 10 inquire for Miss Densmore Slimes feeling much better to lay Miss Merton said Sunday night we were very anxious about her fearing u return of the fever from which she recently recovered but In sure theres no danger now- We shall be out shouting Hoppule to you again very soon Miss Mertons prediction proved to je true for on the following after noon Iiossiter saw the two girls com- Ing towards the yard Your holidays over now saM Joe ileoraft near whom he chaired to- be standing with a little grin but 1 dont spose you mind Itofisiter laughed goodhumorcdly ind hastened away to have a pole In readiness for the returning pink erStIndeed he did not mind Quite he contrary Though lie would hardly adrift it to himself tlie hours tad ninny of ibeiu dragged sadly since Mss Merton and her cousin tad been absent from the liop field had he felt n thrill of pleasure nt heir approach which It was uselesn to attempt to repress Whither was lie drifting be asked himself Uotfi ijirls greeted him with frank heendearredtoilber of tliejif would have itsoJIM Densmore seemed quite herself oDd afl for Miss Merton she was in the Et yct of JY moods Of course youve heard about the lopdancel she exclaimed Its to- he one of the largest we have ewer had f ylvtaR never seen one and hefi very enrloiw uboui it Youre familiar with hop dance I suppose firlIolIlHerTXo Rossifer I cant say hint I am In his college days a number of lila lompanions were in the habit of attending these rustic frolics lint It lanced that be never bait accompa lied them What Why how funny But I orpot youre not a farmer anf Jou1 Veil youll have n chance to free that a Jiopdance Is like Ive asked JlintammeIondtwetarent yg gyjvla Vft w f ex 1I petting yan1 ask us to dance Mr Kosslter Dance cried Kossltcr In bewilderment Was the girl makluj game of him Apparently not for she seemed wholly in earnest CertainlythenW In reply to hli exclamation You dance do you not Itossitcr was compelled to admit that he hind danced Then we shall feel very mud slighted If you do not dance now and If you neglect us she RIMed Wont we Sylvia- I am sure Mr Kossltcr Is not no customed to slight his friends snit Miss Dcnsnune lint I havent danced In n number of years and began Kosslter- He hall heard the gayeties of the following night talked about union n number of the younger pickers Mantle Hecraft WOK In a twitter ores them but the gossip hind meant nothing to him He dance It was nbturd Not that he lacked skill In the art Once he hind been consid ere l the mot Ret ompliil a partner who was welcomed by alt whom he sought but that was in nnothei existence lie was surprised that Miss Merton and her cousin proposed joining in the free aud easy rollick ings of the hopdance but evidently the two girls were bent on a lark and Miriam was doubtless eager to show Miss Dentmorc all the phases of the hop tmarvest You havent completed your sen tense said Miss Merton That and does not mean because you havent danced In some time you wont dance now I hope The pole pnller glanced down at his clumsy shoes and at hut attire People dont wear their finery at hop dancea said Miss Merton And yet Kosslter would not prom- Ise Much ns he knew the would be to him this more intimate and friendly association with the two cousins he hall a feeling that their gratitude prompted them to urge him and moreover he shrank from meeting in his coarse garb Miss Mer tons Ilintonville friends Time girls renewed their attack the next morn- Ing but without avail Im too rusty Kosslter plead as nn excuse I should be treadingon everyones toes It chanced that afternoon that Miss Merton had left the yard for a few moments and Miss Densmore was picking alone Kosslter was passing and she called to him My cousin Is sadly put out she said because you are so obstinate She Is very anxious ns you must have seen to arrange n set by our selves There are three men and two girls coming from Ilintonville and luck thats Mr Parmelee you know cant dance all the time for lies got everything to look after Dont you realize how much you could help out If you only would This put the matter In quite u dif ferent light- I will do what I clIn said lbs iter simply I didnt quite under stand Thank you and her smile car vied more real joy to him titan any thing he hind experienced it seemed to him since he could recall Evening came and nil preparations for the gayeties hall been made The floor of the large hophouse had been Bleared and the room lighted with lamps and lanterns About the walls Festoons of hops had been hung n molt platform erected for the musl lens and seats placed for the lancers when they were not on the Boor Before eight oclock the music two fiddlers and a cellolst arrived tad soon the pickers from two or hree adjacent farms drove up in arge hopwagons Then shortly Miss Mertons little party from Hinton rllle appeared and by halfpast eight the dancing was In full swing Kossiter did not join In the merrl nent at the outset but stood In the lackground near the door watching vith not a little amusement the an- tlea of some of the rustics Several nen would occasionally launch into Fort of a breakdown and the sound of their energetic efforts usually in xcellent time would be heard above the combined shuffle of lilt other feet ind the rise and dip of the music walnn grasped the waists of their lulcineau as theyswung partners and whirled them with gay abandon hough the attire of the men was oinmonplace In the extreme that of time women was as extraordinary It was varied bright colors pre lomlnated and not n few of the ombinations would have been likely 0 aflllct the artists eye with an acute optical disturbance The lender of the orchestra If It be permissible thus to dignify the rnuHIc especially entertained ltosab- er His black hair mind whiskers evidently beep elaborated for 11UII1 occasion and shone with a lus which was unmistakably oily handled Ids how with an exagger ited ease and culled the changes with n delicious gusto One particular liange in the quadrille appeared to hl a great favorite with him and he dwiiyft preluded It with n grand weep across the violin strings Ills uc gathered more than common ruination and he broke Into some hing like n tnne First lady balance to the right land gent with the right Itand round lie righthand round time righthand Hind balance to the next with the efthand round lady in the center ind seven hands round Alamaln to your partners And with what a magnificent flourish came the loseThere were no waltzes nr galops nut the lancers followed the Vie rfala reel and the moneymusk the Uddrille Uy and by when there vas tf lull In the music Jack Panne lee sought Iiossiter and presently tbD whilom vagabond found himself we dr s chatting to a pleaiantfM mttta who called Ilintonville her home and then ere he realized It he was upon the floor dancing It came to him naturally and when there was a general change to a bar of walta music they were engaged In a quadrille and the others waltzed he followed suit with his via nvie who chanced to be Mica Merton You must let me thank you1 she said And to think that you tried to make out that you were rustyI Why one would Imagine you did nothing but trip the light fantas t lct If Its true that men arc deceit ers ever he returned women are certainly flatterers ever Once the ice was broken Konsiter enjoyed himself thoroughly Miss Merton friends apparently Ignored Ids rough garb and site r u little TIIIJV KOtND A SEAT THAT WAS CNOCCirilUU he himself In n large measure forgot it Joe llecraft occasionally oh served him with n mingled ndinlrn tlon and wonder und 10 the evenlni wore on- Between eleven and midnight re freshmentH were served riw cldc and some of Mrs Mertons unap proachable doughnuts While tin repast Will In progress Kosslter managed to absent himself though whet the music struck tip he was again 01 hand to be chidden by Miss Mer ton for running way He lad daneec twice with Kiss Densmore mud now ventured to ask lien to favor him tot a third time Moneymiuk hall just been called- l1ill you not wait for a quadrilli or the lancers she suggested I should like to rettt a little longer Im not very strong you know He lingered nt her tide for n mo tent not seeming to be inclined tr seek another partner Ifyou are not Intending to dunce slue said perhaps you will mile me into the orchard I should very mud like a breath of air Just without under the trees rut tic seats hind been placed and above in the branches Japanese lanterns hung They found a sent that was un occupied and sat watching the dancers through the open door Then was a singular unreality about the whole scene The music softened a little by distance lust none of Iti bllthesomenesa lint took on a mellow charm that It had not within The flitting figures crossing the spites visible through the doorway were like a succession of pirouetting puppets Out of the night came tin clearly chorded cricket thrmnmlng It was Impossible not to be touched by the subtle combination of light and sound and Kosslter let go of the tense hold he hind kept upon himself The girl beside him seemed like n rare exotic In whose presence he was permitted by an Inncrutnblc chance to linger for a brief space Why should he not he asked him self enjoy the exquisite sense of beauty that her personality exhaled Into what surge find plunge of llf he might soon be carried it was Idle to conjecture At least he would bear with him one fragrant rocolJec tlon one drop of a precious attar to sweeten what might be a desert future To lie Continued The Itor That Win Wanted A Philadelphia physician who U something of n wag and n fair ten trlloqulst besides recently was In need of the services of n boy and wanted one of nerve lie Inserted an advertisement in the dally papers Koch applicant was shown to n pri rate apartment where there wan the fullsled skeleton of n human frame and n bowl of boiling porridge this doctor explained that one of the duties of the Lapaas to feed the skeleton each daywithu the porridge nnd he desired hint to commence nt once Some Immediately declined others took thin spoon In hand mud poll red the porridge into the mouth whereupon the doctor cuiuvd the skeleton seemingly to gurgle Ughhb but UH hot Thin In a dozen cases was the signal for e wild scramble the doctor having only a fleeting gland nt n rapidly disappear ing figure At hut u sturdy little Irish chop presented himself When his turn come the performance was repeated Lghhli but UH hot said the skeleton Tile lad never moved Why dont ye blow on It yt null bony he said Ihat boy he cured the poslti- atiIhlloeuphln What a fool man to think in hits conceit that he is not a tool It rcqidreHVy ar1 of experience to ripen IIIOUH receptive faculties for solid truth The human brain Is a piece of ala diner that requires oiling the in at hnt It squeaks We have a lot of respect for tb girl jvlho can play the piano well and cook a steak betteriialthuurs flews 4 ka 6eib A Sweet Tooth IB responsible for many aches and pains Out whatever the cauao of de say it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in goodcondition We clean fill or extract tooth with out pain to the paliontIOur tine sets of teeth at l5 made on xylonite or rubber am absolutely JHT feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted t2f cent The best amalgam filliug 7C cents Special ac coinmodatious for jmtienla from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Richmondl0y ronMoPstauantr1 breomnesMrrYrreeNvb sad ntbttoe WolabllIl7 S rstatLt r Ors USPIItOlllcWUIIIAgtnDC For n plenFRnt physic tale Clinm berlsint Stomach and Liver Tablela Easy to ttko Pleasant in effect Ear Bale bj S E Welch Jr BUtuurnUsad nlt l- ulIIC TELEPHONES rIaItMtftt pMk t oilh le lU ram thatCroce rn IUUlb hi rmary roo- nrllnni vittCNit preflovi wIntrg lea elate In liwlf sad lutludn tk Ullanl4f t rolr to o- aoItAniVin au TarI spatial i ii13- s1rlodTp tu IIIRMAN C TAFELrv- esYTMii 0Ylucrau tM4r jsrrHr IuoxitrW UUHIVILLK XT TIll Sale that limit without leaving a tear ii DoWitlV The name Witch Hazel is applied Ic many Salves but DeWittn Witcl Haul Salvo In the only Witch Hazel Smite made that contain the pure unadulterated witch If any othe Witch Hazel Salvo is offered to you It in a counterfeit ECLDeWtlt Invented Witch Hazel Salvo and DeWitti Witch Uucl Salve Is the best salve In the world for cults burns bruises tet ter or blind bleeding itching nod protruding piles Sold at East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Bereft College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods Such as bed coverlids linen drUM lineey jeans blankets etc et follow iiijr prices CoverlldB f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to W cents a yard Dross Linsey KO cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard ClnnketH natunl brown wool or bark- dyes t3 a pair White liuoey end white blankets nro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must lx 2 yards i2 inches wide and 21 yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade ilyes- Anywomauwhowanta to sell cover lids or homespun to heron College should find out what tin College vrauts before beginning to weave 01 spin Nor information apply in per ion or by letter tc Mrs Hattie W Graham Deren It y Unlnril Foitf Ionnilt la Thirty na For several mouths our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion He tried several remedies butgot no relief from them We pur chased some of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets aud he commenced taking them Inside of thirty days he had gained forty pounds in flesh He ia now fully recovered We bare a goodtrade on the Tablets HOLLT BEOS Merchants Long Branch Mo Rr sale by SEWelch Jr MONUMENTSYraa Crtnlt end Marble Work of all kind done In a workmanlike manner at ron onnbla prices and with dinpatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- etflnwtni YaIacudCollins Btirau IMany Mollivr uf a IIWr lilnluu Mrs Illtuer of Cordova Iowa says One of mv chililron was subject to croup of a severe type nod time giving of Chamberlains Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief Many mothers In this neighborhood think the same us I do about this remedy and want uo other kind for their children For sale by S E Welch Jr 4 au A r J DR M E JONES vaJ Dentist vte I Office Over Priming office Office Days Wrdnrsday to enj ol the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly piped up MraU Hoard ntll Lodging at popular prime Stroudel oppo U Court lIauj Itirhtnond Ky R G ENGLE Prop Who would keep their children in hood health should watch for the flint symptoms of worms and rcmoro them with Vhitt fl Cream Vermifuxo It ia the childrenit best tonic It guts digoatiou ut work no that their food dose them good and they grow up healthy sod strong 26d at the East End Drug Co 1 t Melf- j THIS IS TUB TIME FOR Winter Robes are showing the largest Iline that city of RichmondS4 We invite the public to call i and inspect our lin- eTHEY l RANGE IN PRICEt 150 to 1500 IT J MOBHRLBV Main Street Richmond Kr f M 0 1JII Our Ulfilil to Ilir Hpnt When pain or hrilaion exists on any part of time body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prcinpt reliolu It goes rght to the spot said nn old man who was rubbing it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith proprietor Smith House Tenaha Texas writesu I have used Dullards Snow Liniment in iny fam- Ily for several years and have found to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 2i c uOoi ind SI at time East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS f Fruits and vegetables- a specialty Solo agents for Banner Crcnul Bread OITOS1TE rORDUTTts MIL j4 w HALF A CENTURY OLD lilioilr Ilniul ioutr dla lees Iles ret of a l liodr Inland Farm fur Bl Venn Prixllla IB goose mid dies proud rt lIe fuel and takes great delight In IKT ine More than halt century old IIhl la tho property of Thomaii 1L liuwiit of Fatter R I who marred her filtyflrl birthday nut long ago wllh a nnliiue entertainment Fiftyf- lu guests were iirewnt The r frenh ircntn wore Irown pudding In the khape of 1rUcllIa little candy Rasa and KoxlliiM of angel rake IrUcllln lrullnJ niunnd from guest to sues itrclilu her neck Inquisitively In 1W2 Irlacllla was born tier hatchday in vrtRhllxhcd beyond din puts for the burst her ihell on the tamc day that a baby girl arrived In tho Drownp family Irlsrllla was hatched when genre were Rood proper ty Mho was one of u brood of three the others being a goose and a gander brought Into the world beneath the warn scathes of a hm The three be UOtBt oUT Y12AHB OLD came known ai Aunt Sanibii rade rrre the aujtctlvo Indlratlnic that they were raucd by hand IhurilU grew uji Into n jandiomo pray llrd of the oldfanhloned New linclaod type shorter of netIs and leg than tho rfMO of today when goose callus line produewt many varieties Lilt sturdy and amiable When she tcachcil maturity she was pltirkrd for her down and thin oiKratlon was re vatui for 45 years She loarnod by experience Just what to do when picking lime ramo suit would rcttle dowfi In the pickers lap without a movement or MrufeRle while the fratlicrn were being removed A few jiar ago Mr Drowne ceased to pluck Irlvc las feathero preferring that the retain aU tier strength and live nl long possible She now pos tcttiiii M clrpnnt a covering as any MMIFC In the country her feathering lung n pure while and very smooth unit even Hhv hay wllntned the decline of the Rnoe Industry unmoved attending allI the time her own duties bringing tip n nock now and then and laying eggs until within about flue years alas tier Iirulhcr and slater passed Into the giber hereafter a few years ago and Mr Drowse got snottier goono and pander to keep Irlncllla from feeling loncfoiwv The three may be seen any day on the Fcwter farm Unlike some geese IrlscllU is mla tile and of equable temper How lone rho will live It Is Impossible to say but to nil appearances she Is as strung clttlvo and healthy now as In her salad days two atc years alt1N V Her alit POULTRY YARD POINTERS Market the roosters as fast us they ate large enough WlicnAcr you are or whatever you aTe al Jwiep a fete hens ButUJug broody liens nxrely haws Unit iou led a ducking luol iipuiil v ry little lime lit doctoring or tryluc to doctor sick lau And dLckrnaA of whole oats In the evening will 106or for grain for UieJiriunlur ICR tbv hut vratherJ- Uiorc IB Jio wild breed of fowls to which the Cochin or Brahma ran be traced The game cock seems to bo luuti ndbd bow the Ulngali Jwl11I owl CMUibound JB the result orfIetlr and trndtrexerolse Mild cases wJU ytald to trurpoonful doses of ratJur ciL ficwcre cases call for ciittlty open iho croj and removing the undtgentttd In fowl Is often ratuul tec tlriipjdng being Jeft under tho axiom vitlJJ they Are damp tnd sotnetlmi rrrt worse that damp atid the poor Lena breathe jt Ali night Tong It poliotiB their blood inC dysentery follows Idldltd lvJwr Male la 1naltrjr ilfnuara If the jtunltr Jaoubo Is Ju such condl theJpoultry business They are worse than Any tllSttA1Ie the folds may lute When the hount Is built U In very easy to put wire netting ends as Is used for the Muall chicks under the floors If you have not done this another easy nay to keep out rats Is to put in s cement floor It may cost a little more than fixing up the wooden floor but It Is safe asalnit rale and a wooden floor Is not If wire BsM put II with thecement when the cotuirJJJltaU he all the better GATHERING THE CORN Htnla on lion to Stake the Labor as LUbl as Tuialbl anal lied 11ay- of Ko lnK Seed The time for lathering corn Is upon us and we must prepare to meet the work and have It done In due season While tho crop lu most states will not be as large as laityear we should be thank ful for what we have tale more Interest in the work as this Job comes to but once In A year although It seems that wine farmers try to make It extend as long through the year as possible always like to begin just as soon as the corn will do to crib without danger of spoiling and make the job come toan end as soon as possible I like to stave it out of the Held before the bad weather I want tho stalk Held for cattle and I do nqt like the job of hucklng corn In raid wit and snowy weather I always try to flash by Clirlstmni we do not have tnuih bid weather before that time littyear we had th worst time forgathering com that I suppose w over saw nothing but rain and mud and In ordirtoget the corn out In season we were required to wade In this mud and a great many times the wheels would sink to the axle Jle jsides that the corn was blown down very yearLdanger In gathering corn If we do not provide means to prevent It lu this part of the country and suppose It Is the same In other parts during cojn gather InK time It Is nearly every day that we hear of sow neighbor Iqslng his brut i hone A common expression Ir- A lost his best horse last night We ask what was the matlerandgrtih reply Well be was gathering corn all day acdwe know the rest A 15 rent muzzle will often save a 15n horse have lost a f ICO bone by jurt such dire issuers I always eiamlne nerO ear of corn when feeding a horse shake off the worm dust on all ears that coUaln anf Prevention Is cheaper than tiklng tee rurlI to use a low wheel Such a wagon Is all- right when the ground Is solid but always keep It out of the mud A wide box has several advantages over n narrow It Is aster to shovel out of a wide box than from a narrow one and wo are uot to apt to throw rars over an Uiomctltnts the case when gathering on both sides hut very little of that Is dune and ot course every man who gathers alone tans a high bump board on the opposite tide of the box I find that while shoveling off tho toad Is the best time to pick seed corn I have a barrel handy and throw In the choice ears and later when run thue through till Sheller I discard tho worst This Is n double selection We cannot select seed corn too closely More of this work and better work are what tht farmers ol this country needE J Waterstorpe In N V TribuneFarmer TIMELY FENCE LORE Now I the TIne to llr Urr Ibs Old late mid lu Iul In Purl chic FrMrlnir The tipper figure shows n gate which an Ohio Farmer correspondent thinks the best for ordinary use on the farm after trying different styles The gate Is 12 feet wide long and five feet high made of five six by one Inch runi OATS AND IOIITAHIU PKXClXa the same wood to prevent horses It any front gnawing It liars lire spaced about four Inches for last six Inches for second nine fur third elfvcn Inches for the upper one Three Inrh strips are bolted on eaoh IIlde of the bars at tho ends with 51G baits two bolls In each end of the Ulper end of the bar At tho hinge opal these bolts should hold the hinge On one side o the liars n long tlo conies from the top of the gato at the hinge end to the bottom of the other end This Is also bolted through tho bars On the other side two narrow strips are placcil no that the bolt goes through the tic a bar and one of this strips The gate is hang with hook and strap hinges The upper hook goes through the post with a nut on It Tho lower ono Is driven Into the pout and ono of the strap Volts goes through the upper end of the tong tie so preventing tho gate front tagging In tho journal mentioned Is also sketched a form of iirtablc fence il own In the Beixmd figure The panels rw 12 feet long and tl lap rests In the crotch of the Xmtrrport and a notch In tine croMiitex below If fur ther support la needed use wire to wraparound the lap and the X At the ends drive a stake and wire to It Make the pawls nnd supports of any size at dimensions to suit your purpose u N r Cor for flip line In nearly all cases In commencing to feed new urn to hogs It Is beat to feed sulk atnj all for a time starting when the milk la out of the grain und feeding In this vv y as long as the hogs chew up the stalk with an evident rel lab feeding only sftch an amount as they will eat up clean gradually In cr Alng tin amount M their needs Ifcni jo requireDlldlaDll Farmlr THE SUNDAY SCHOOL- Leaon IH the Inlrrnnllnnnl Srrlrm fur Orlolur an IIIIUI IllrmriU- nr of IorKt ftirum Tilt lHBSON TIT IsKnitfutd In hr whore trnngrcf lon It forKlvrn whose Din Is covered IMeMHl Ir the nun unlo whom the lord Impultth nut lnliiilty and In whose spirit there If no guile 3 When kept ulleiite my bonm wnx d old through m roaring all the tiny long For day std night Thy hand was heavy iiion me my moisture U turned Into the trough of summer 8 HcknoKlrdfted my pin unto Thee end mine lnl Ully have nut hid sold win tonfeas my uutinKifHdotn unto the Lord sod Thou forKiivesl the Iniquity of m pill 6 For this hall everyone that godly pray unto Thee In u lime when Thou mnymi lie found surely In the flood of Stint nlers ihty shall Oat come nigh unto Him 7 Thou art my hiding place Thou shall preserve me from trouble Thou hall ompan me about with song of deliver once will Instruct thte and teach lhae In the way which Ihou stulIgo I will guide lle with mini eje- i lie e not ni the horse or at the mule which have no understanding whose moth must be held In with hit and bridle en they rome near unto lute Many sorrows shall be to the wicked nit he Hint trufcltlh In the lard mercy hall compass him about Ue Kind In the Lord and rejoice ye rlxhtioui and shout for Joy all e ihut are upright In heart l1Fxrl1Irllieurd ItrrniuueI- rnu Krr loit Inrul rn wluue sin ruirrd1s ttll OfTIINK OP KIIfTUE 8ECTION The iiied of orlhrllII IMi Sorrow Turned to JOI 3JJ6 Mope for All In the 1salmltts Expert laces IV 2Ch1- NOTES ANIJCOMMKNTH The connection between thin lesion and those that have preceded It Is plain though It la one of thought rather than it historical Incident Our last lesson Included the story of Davids tin and repentance and to Impress UB lesions inure strongly IIllon us the marvelous prayer of the broken heart In the Fifty nut psalm From that study of the experience of one who had sinned and repealed we go on to this study of the blessedness of forgiveness and the way In which one may find It 11 321 2 There are three words used hue for sin and while In general synonymous each adds a shade of mean ing not In the olhern Transgression A breaking loose from God disregard- Ing Ills will Sin This word In the original suggests a missing of the mark for sin Is a terrible blunder and lallllreI as well as a terrible wrong A distortion or perversion A fine face distorted becomes hMeoim and a good thing perverted may become the worst of Imil things Whose sin Is covered The MigRCKts that sin Is something liorrlhjp to look upon and that Rod mercifully draws the veil over It 1m puteth not Iniquity DOff no charKe his tin against him No guile No Insincerity no pretending Vn 35 When I kept silence Sullenly trying to Ignore his sin My boms wasted away No man can tidy his conscience with Impunity This Is a leaf from the perr onnl experience of the psalmist and we know what he means from our own personal experience Thy hand was heavy upon me The hand of coniclence Is the hand of God It Is laid upon the sinner not primarily to make him suffer but to make him re form The drought of summer A guilty conscience checks all soul growth and contracts and shrivels and dries up life as the blasts of the hot south winds dry up all vegetation In a midsummer drought Nude that the psalmist speaks of slaving had regret and sorrow all this time but It was not repentance What was the difference Alexander Maclaren tins said that this psalm Is a chart of one mans path from the depths to that heights and avails to guide all The change cornea In vetteC It was the breaktngdown of the stubborn defiant spirit the dropping of the fiction of goodness when there was no goodness and the humble opening of the heart to the Father In ronfffflon Thou forgavest the Iniquity God is ever ready to forgive and to consider man ns separated front hut fin will n lie- Hell that the man has with all his heart put his sin away God cannot consider a mans tin put away until It Is lie rnnnot deal In fictions Recall here Christs teaching In the parable of the prodigal son V fi11 For this Because of this therefore Every one that Is godly Those who are true to God and strive to do Ills wll1lor the best Christians need still to pray for forgiveness When thou ninycst be found The U V marginal reading Is In the time of finding taut slit This Is possible The preferred reading suggests that there Is n time when It Is too latenot because God Is not ready to forgive but because man lass lost tho capacity to heroine a slew man I will Instruct thee fteI It Is usual to tuppofc that the psalmist still peaks but surely I will counsel then with mine eye upon thte dots not fit human lips Alexander Maclaren Tho psalmist represents Jehovah as jprakliiK the reassuring words of verse 8 Verse 0 suggests the reason why many sorrows shall be to the wicked The palm ends with u shout of Joy Every tear sparkles like a diamond In the sunshine of pardon and he who be gins with the lowly cry for forgiveness will end with lofty songs of joy and be mode by Gods guidance and Spirit righteous and upright In heart IltACTlfM SraOKSTlONS The one whom God tins forgiven Is In need bkrnd Ills Is the peace which papseth understanding Hidden sin Is hidden pain There la no comfort for those who tfanfgmn Gods holy laws- Repentance and confession are sure to Jirlng relief from the pain and torture tK sin POT those Who nee to God for iwrdou there are cone Instead of sighs and grains Borrowed money makes time tbcvt working forVUber makes It long SAYS SUN DANCE IS RELIGIOUS Dr llorey Aver CoiiolKiillon Gosr Hiilrm hutlnnIbrir snail lu OUIiruIr II Dr George A Uorsey curator of anthropology of the Field Columbian bhp scum Of Chicago who recently arnvid at JOB Angeles Cat has given out an Interview concerning the published ac counts of his visit with Dr Mooney to the Cheyenne Indians In Oklahoma Dr Dorwy cdnlrnils that the sun daunt ts rellglon lei the Inillnim and that they have a right to celebrate It under the clause or the constitution granting American citizens freedom of worship With regard to statements made to the Indian bureau at Washington by Mr Sftfrr superintendent of the reser nation school Dr Uortey makes charges of duplicity and Ignorance and says that Segers allegations were not dUlnttretted Concerning the torture Itself which Mr Seger ditcrlbes said Dr Domy not only did Mr Mooney and myself not Instigate It but we actually knew nothing about It unlit the Indian Will well on his way making the rounds of the camp circle This torture occurred by tin way on the morning of that fol lowing the final rites of the ceremony and had nothing to do with the per formance of the recalled sun dance BOYS FIND MINERAL DEPOSIT 1vIIIr rinliiK n Mining rnr Moo purr CI Tliii IirlIt Illfli Vein of Shier- Because they would rather play at being mlnern than go with their young friends and bat a ball around a field Frank and Fred Coffman of this place are In a fair way to become wealthy The boys one 13 and the other 15 are the sons of a miner They spent their time digging In the hills near Empire Col not because they had hope of mining ore but because they wanted to do an their father was doing- A small tunnel was dug and in play ing in It they came on a substance which they tailed to recognue faking some of It home they showed it to their father who located the land In which the tunnel had been dug The boys had struck a closely mineralized lode of silver bearing character that yields pay stuff 15 feet below the sur faceDuring the day the father uncovered 12 Inches of ore practically wild which runs higher than tab a Ion In silver and lead with a fair per cent In gold The claim has been named the Two Brothers and capital Is being raised to work It QUEER LAW OF MARRIAGE Priiillnr Aiiklrnlluii inullrthllH Mail crow U rilillliK lluuiili trr of M rrlliluu Justice AUeckett sitting at Melbourne Australia has just decided In the case of Smith ta Smith that though a man may marry his rUterlnlaw hr cannot marry lien daughter In this case the plaintiff asked for a declaration of nullity of his marriage on the ground that It was within the prohibited ue green of relationship Mr Smith married the daughter of his deceased wifes sitter and they lived together for twelve days when the wife left htr husband assigning conscien tious objections to a union prohibited by the church Justice ABEckett said that If the reapondrnChad been a sis ter of the plaintiffs deceased wife the marriage would have been valid but a daughter of a deceased wifes sitter was within the prohibited degrees of stUn lty Hedeclared the marriage null and void MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 15 CATTLE Common J2 35 G 3 53 Heavy steers 4 50 4 5 00 CALVES Extra n 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 95 00 Mixed packers 5 75 W 5 9- 0SHEEPExtra 30 G 3 liAMHS Extra 5 S5 FLOUR Sprint pat 4 50 p 4 95 WHEATNo2 red 88 No 3 winter 80c CORN No 2 mixed 4Su1 OATS No 2 mixed t 3811 11YENo2 C2 ft 11AYChu timothy tr13 50 1OHK Clear family j 13 75 LARD Steam 50 HOTTER Ch dairy U2SChoice creamery 221 j APPLES Fancy 2 50 2 75 POTATOES Per bbl 75 tp 2 00 TOUACCO JNew 3 0 I 00 Old 500 q 5G5 Chicag- oFLOUItWinter pat 3 90 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red jj No 3 spring 79 8- 1COHNNo2 nixed 45i a i 4- GOATSNo2 mixed Gt 3- GItYlNo 2 8f 541j PORK Mess 1120 tljl135 LARD Steam 70 O 0 75 New York FIXJUR Win atrts 3 80 7p 4 0- 0WIiEATNo 2 red 855 CORN No 2 mixed lj 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 4p 41ya RYE Western jj PORK Mess 13 2i 1375- JjAItD Steam tV 7 40 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 83 CORNNo mixed 5HiI OATSNo2 mixed p 1fI CATTLE Steern 5 00 5 15 HOGS Western TOO Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 85 CORNNo 3 mixed 48K OATS No 2 mixed 40 PORK Mess 13 00 LARD Steam 0 7 75 Indianapolis WIIEATNo red 0 81 COHNNo2 mllelJI 4C OATSNo 2 mixed36th NECESSARY EXPENDITURES- FOR ONE TERMn Weeks SCHOOL EXJKNBESdut ant daof term CoJIrjcc AculA ApSctce Model LaUNorui Bchooli A item Iucldtnnilre aA 665 151 350- Nordtal Fee 5 23 zs took pant PllIUlattd 225 3d 125 zs Total schoc- l5xientes 90 600 COO 400 rot Ino itenlTrsphy sad other eXUlt MI- cld Expeme5 plow LIVING EXPBNEESBuut doe IB advance by month Ram rctt 17 trill Runt room fuel sad hU 121 for fall and spring 125 week her wlotcr term 20- wrck ort In the Tllli reallowed in approved placfK rarlci In price atvntne to accotrjno ilatlont furnbhrd- Ailillngthoc lUInx txprmtz to nlxwl ex IIa we Sod To be paid Use bit Uy InclixllnBlbelldepoili In Ciillrglale DcpertintDt tiOM Academy and Utin Normal 1191ft Applied Science Normal ind Grammar 1172j del Bckoola f1620 In whiter flJ more ter tech No atndeiit can bn received who Win to malt Ibis advance pay meat Tour Ordinary ExpecMa In Ii Weeks arearcn to be InCulkglatelenrfmcntD Arailemy and Latin Normal 129 Applied S ltife Normal ami OlomiiiiirJT Model tkhooli SJ3 In winter IICO dollars ir ore for nth HtudenUijlrK cam find room rent In full for a term al the beginning rewire a dlwount ol fifty rents Students duly excused before the end of terra receive back an qUItable portion of the money they have EXPENSES Piano Vocil or SpcciAlTheory 21 Icawnt I hour data of three 1701 Organ Violin tie Nesmnclaofthree 600 Stenography or Tjwrlllue per term Chats word In Harmony 3111 Uu of Ilano or Typewriter If hr a day iVe ol oran tJ let a day you Rent of Miilc Library rr term ro Chemical borttoryaciorillnirto material and brt k enalioitt 1 rhyilcal and MlcroHOpiral iboratorlea per term 100 Haierlnlnln drawing lee term Examination cxrept on appointed days 23 Grkduntlon Kelthdgttenllhdlplomi w1 ea r Iso YLARer- EXPERIENCI1 TRADe CO MARKIAnyone sending a sketMi end rrI n ma atcanatn onr opinion free whether aa Is probablf p lent rnmmunlnk lions utrlctlrcnnOdenlliil llan In Istntasent tree Iatcnla semulntpaststMentfHtial Krtit without cbaran In U- iaSckmific flmericam A nandsomelr Illnslrated weekly t Jin Ml orenlatlnn of snf anentioo ourniL Terms II a nrMealraIUNNarueb oe V IL waseladue 1 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE IRAilROAD Tins Table In Effect May 24 ItOS IsllyLeavoArrive Richmond 3 f 2 a in Arrive larisu 05n rn Arrive Cincinnati 7Wn m DallyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris H 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m CJulnr Rooth Train dishy pmArrivelily South Trait A Rally pmArriveTrains No and No 5 mllllcon at Livingston for and the South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN STATE PAID KENTUCKY BUILDING Salcklr nection Jellico Ticket ALL THE WORLDS FAIR School children and bllIinvited to vote to popularInceota each ten met at one iliac Alt money over and above trip expenses of teach ell to go into erection of the Kentucky Building at tbeBx potltlou EYe voter thus the satisfaction of knowing s worth caule aidImportant object have beea aUed at the tame tine a teacher has receives recognition Contest con duted under auspices of Educational nilltee of Kentucky n lilbil AsKXlation the orRanlutloa formed to raise Slorm fora Kentucky Unildlng and full productshnlolfailed Sulrwhd7ertecherlupubI v ottheEducationalI4zblbttNames of all school children po i 1 aitlon bave an educational exhibit muare feet ol in tin 1 Palace ofEduauioa The IbpoerUoa iatobelbe eattitlnternationalcientlntheworlds hta lory The in teachers choten will be laeky Indeed In being tendered thia trip to the Pair K ety county electa own most popularediscar Thecouul ouuldeofefiresoneastingthelargeslt miroberof votes Trill be allowed to two tcaclcrlIbe Jpopular THE TOtEs UILLBK na cam SAOT TCI coxsTncroa A BALLOT AtttnceallcacbnefYJIdtoo1dtUU the Plate will be able to rait at least one vote for his tor not be confined to school children PARENTS or PUPILS At ANT CF TUT FRIENDS MAT TOTE The or the ASSOCI r puhIqgenerallymay be airanged and eacb giving tea casts be credited with his or her vote If one person de t fllIaIOnfdollarTfinCK PARTIES WILL BE VABZ trmOK THE VOST POPULAR TEACHERS to matte the trip more profitable and more enjoyable Hack of these parlies will consul of forty teachers Thla would make a cflM bat as there arc only 119 counties la Kentucky the Assccla gsfromin TEAcnrns IH THl STAT CTIJW ON AX EQUAL roomo in tide contest Tbe teacher with oa twenty pupils assy receive snore votes than Ihe teacher with fiveorslxtlmesv as many enrolled his oroei acbool because tile voliag Is not confined to children The public ban Important fade Votes be cast for aevso who taartt school during icoj or la tracblng now gives ly be votedfordorluthevacaUoclosed In November or December the TltlsIAXT JID2 Itfl OF D3LLOTS XAY U CAST AT On TINE There Is no limit The more dol lass sent lu for any one teacher thenor votes be or ahe will be credited with O U D LLK CAnT TIN OTEBt TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES TRRE DOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTi3 POURDOLLARSCASTSPORTYVOTES 1IVK CASTS tptV VOTES TEN DOIIAU CABTS A HUNDRED VOTES ON1t lJOLLARSJLARS CASTS ONlt THOUSAND VOTUS ogexpensaottletnmoetpopular I ca Kentucky so every may VIhowteacher Tbeotes wilt be counted underlie aupemsion of the Kducatloaal Kxhlblt Committee of the ASfoclallon The personnel of this committee Is as follows Prof 1L GBtownell Louts Frankfort Prof R P Halleck Louisville Prof W itlrlfiotomewLouisvilleProtPPaul Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Fret Ident WhllamDinwiddleIacksonDrW0Frost Beers Dr B B Ituntoon Loulsrlllc Dr U Y LoutslIe j 6uprrlatelldtot t A Cuddy Lex- Iogton Superintendent tlI Progga Pram fortt fret C J abbe Ashland Pro Mdlroy Green Prof Eno- eapenorLoubllfeIlluPatueB1TIftLodnllletaIrsEmilyUDnckea Louisville and Mra tU ble to decllon I Ibis contest I countyoutddeofyefferwncaatingtblargest UKMEHIIEB STCRT COCSTt ELECTS ITS OWN rATOBITR TEACHES betweca The result will be announced la paper state rongrala story mrnspe will co to the teacheretrde41 each county Later the detatla of the trip will blarranged each teacher chosen being given the privilege selecting the monthJana July w August n 4ln which be or she wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1lAlV i olasthe most popular teacher in it rcounty ONE DOLLAR nNCLOSEnitoa IOo toe RKT toe 10aIVoters are sot relwlted t the Association wants all school totlalo do w n aImlbet Building Voters have tbeoplloa the Secretary of the Association or to the rom which potaAddilloalge express aaawtal money order elasarrwFNIMOlrlb AsUraMallcomonnlcattoaato ft HUOHK8 Secrettry Xyi i Subscribe for TJje Citizena1 I 1 THE CITIZEN II lHHIH+ IHHfH I fIHOH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IrI h IhdII1hdiI hdiih III I I I I iiIhd M Perfect fall weather i A F Ileusey again filled the pul f pit at the Second church last Sunday Mr and Mrs M L Spink left Monday for their home in Chandler i ville Ill r Oggs new house on Center t I is beginning to take on a finished IO4 H Einbreo Shoots will remain this winter in charge of a camp Miss Alva S Early of Louisville MrstMiss Bessie Armstrong daughter of J C Armstrong and a Mr Gilbert eloped and were married last week Rockwas crushed for the pike nil day Tuesday the movable steam crusher owned by the county doing the work The amount of building in Berea does not seem to slacken summer or winter and is as good a sign of the towns progress as could be had MissMay Hopper has returned to her home in Madisonville 0 after a months visit here with her grand parents Mr and Mrs A Crawford W D Embree has returned to Yale University New Haven Conn to re sume his studies in the law depart ment there His address is 636 Yale Station The Boys Club has purchased c4fifesand drums andwill on occasion constitute a fife and drum corps That the boys are enthusiastic goes without saying The Democrats in Berea are hoping to repeat the exploits of some former years in the way of entrapping colored voters and preventing their appear ianceelection day John Blankenship a former resi deut of Berea but for the last two years of Hamilton Ohio returned to his home in Hamilton Sunday after a two weeks visit with friends here 44Onor about Sept 1 1903 I took up one black pig unmarked weighing about SO pounds Owner may have same by proving property and paying charges for care otcJ A ADAMS pikeI blacksmith informs be ready to resume fwd business Monday Oct 25 andwill j have many added facilities for the transacting of business as all are aware who have watched the progress on his new building Thieves entered the barn of Prof S C Mason Thursday night and stole a set of buggy harness two rid veryIing is going on in Berea OeneralIIwhich was argued in the last county court none were allowed to be pro bated by Judge Turpin An appeal r to the Circuit court will be taken on the one in favor of DoralBrock itDied Friday morning October 13 John Tatum Up to within a day of his death prospects were bright for his recovery The funeral was held Saturday at ten oclock at his home on Mt Vernon Street Rev C AI Van Winkle conducted the services The Knights of the Maccabees of which Mr Tatum was a member at tended in a body Mr Tatum held the respect of those who knew him as n good citizen and faithful man A wife and three small children are left A largo crowd of people gathered last Saturday to witness the football game between Central University and Berea College but were fated to an extended discussion as to the right of O Ulo play ringers Bereas claim 4concerning Parrish was well founded as has been authoritatively ascertained I since and the action of the boys in standing for their rights is widely commended Pending the decision of the case the scrubs lined up against r the Varsity the score in favor of theI latter being S3 to 0 Most of the crowd took back their tickets for next Saturdays game with Georgetown SPEAKisioner of Internal Revenue will ad countyjcome t ti4l l1 or h Tux SVAIU Without a friend and without family To live a stronger litre below To draw Into ones lirll- l ou the lightest signal of aiiproncMiiK danger To love one self with a love unlimited To occupy ones house entirely done From It to go out from time to time Only to the annoyance of onea neighbors To show ones Itch a lire destroyer By the nil corrupting trnck It leave To outrage earth fairest flowers By kisses foul auIdlr to disfigure them lvltb the gnawing that glut beaitly appetite And last by ones self as In a prison To grow old and from day to day more sad This It the story of a clfbh life And of a snail Chat Twlcncll JHHHHH r r r r+rr 1IHIH College Items HERE AND THERE +4 Daniel Aluuibaugh the son of an old Berea student from Estill county will be in school this winter E P Landphair who was a student here last year will attend Business College at La Crease Wis this year Jas Reynolds and Fred Cox old students were each doing good work in the school room in Estill County and are coming back to school this winterTom Wet a leading merchant and farmer of Estill sayslimy brother went to Berea and it made him able to see far enough ahead to know what was coming and make his for tune in eastern Ky land Maj A Wood was the guest of Prof L V Dodge attending on Mon day night the meeting of the Faculty clubwhich was held in the Library The Major is a gentleman whom Berea hopes to tee agaiu H A Laine the colored poet who was educated at Berea is teaching school near Brassfield this year and preparing a volume of poems for publication We expect to publish a poem from his pen in an early number- E C Jones of Jackson Ky came in this week with Floyd Little of Elk alawa and entered him in school He was met at the train by the Elkatawa boys who are already in school Mr Jones went on to Knoxville on a two weeks busines strip W P Chapman for a number of years a student here is now at the head of the Agricultural Dept of Eckstein Norton University of Cane Springs Ky This is a new depart ment for the university but we pre dict it success under the supervision of Prof Chapman Rev Dwight M Pratt D D of Cincinnati nephew of Rev Almon B Pratt who was Secretary and Treasurer of the College from 69 to 72 and whose family is well remembered in Berea has just made a visit to Berea preaching in the Parish House Sun day morning in the Tabernacle at night and addressing the Faculty club on Monday night All of his discourses were greatly enjoyedand will be long remembered He was accompanied by Mrs Pratt and both of them leave many friends in Berea The following extract from a letter received from a Berea graduate now studying at a prominent university shows that all institutions are not conducted on the high plane of Berea I have been very unhappy since I have been here because of the vice and immorality and more especially because the authorities seem to sanction it The boys of this dormitory are the most profane I eyer saw There is a dancing hall and billiard parlor downstairs and some of the boys spend the most of their time there Night before last there was a beer party here and a fellow in the room next to me got drunk But I will not go on I will simply say that is the type of school where ex treme liberty has turned into extreme license Too much attention has been paid to football and too little to the best things and the school is de moralized I shall never go to another institution that is not a Christian school and I shall always be true to the religious teachirgs whichwere given me at Berea through my old teachers I can never thank them enough for the good they did for me Iron Bridge The first iron bridge ever built in Clay county has just been completed across Little Goose Creek near Man cheater- DISPUTE SETTLED A Majority of the Alaska Boundary Commissioners Sign the Decision Reached THE CANADIANS REFUSED TO SIGN They Emphasized Their Disapproval of the Findings by Walking Out of the Cabinet Room r United States Senator Fairbanks Civet An Explanation of the Interna tional Dispute and a Brief Outline of the Subject London Oct 20A draft of the decision reached by tho Alaskan boun dary commissioners was signed by a majority of the commissioners Monday evening Messrs Aylesworth and Jettc the Canadian commissioners refused to sign The decision grants all the Amerl can contentions with tho exception ol the one relating to the Portland canal Tho signatories were Lord Chief Jus Ice Alvcrstono and Senator Lodge Senator Turner nnd Secretary Root tho American commissioners They constituted a majority and ensure finality Messrs Aylcswortb and Jctte carried their outspoken disapproval ot the decision to the point of refusing to sign even that section of the decision giving the Portland canal to Canada and they emphasized their attitude by walking out of the cabi net room In the foreign office before the signatures of the others had been atllxed to the historic document Indianapolis lad Oct 20 United States Senator Charles W Fairbanks who was chairman of the American members of the joint high commission that met at Quebec In 1898 to consid er the Alaskan boundary question and who has given long and careful study to the points Involved gave Monday night an explanation of the dispute over the boundary and a brief outline of the subject He said The decision of the Alaskan boundary commission Is merely a recogni lion of the rights of the United States which they purchased from Russia In 1867 In a treaty between Russia and Great Britain In 1825 the boundary be tween tho two countries in Alaska was fixed and when tho United States pur chased Alaska she acquired the territory which belonged to Russia and which was defined In the treaty of 1S25 between Russia and Great Brl taro Until tho gold discoveries a few years ago there was no dispute between the United States and Great Britain as to the boundary The dis puted boundary line was submitted to the United States and British joint high commission which met In Que bec In 1898 Under the treaty the boundary line speaking generally was to begin at tho southermost point of Prince of Wales Island and run thence up Portland canal and mainland to the 66th parallel of latitude and thence following the summit of the mountains situated parellel to the coast but If there were no mountains then tho line should not be more than marine leagues from the coast until reaches a point near Mt St Ellao where It was to run north to the froz en with which the com mission has been concerned Is the boundary south of Mt St Elias Tbn American contention wan that under the treaty between Russia and Great Britain the latter was tobo excluded from an outlet to the ocean and that the coast line should follow around the heads of all of the Inlets while the British contended that the line should tun from headland to headland It their contention had prevailed Skag way Dyea and other settlements many miles from tho mouths of tho Inlets would have fallen Into British terri tory Under tho decision these belong to the United States as we have al ways contended SENT TO THE ASYLUM Peter Elliott Has Been Officially Ad judged Insane Washington Oct J7Peter Elliott of Minnesota who was arrested at the white house on the 5th Instant and who made a violent attack upon the officers who had him In custody Fri day was officially adjudged Insane and recommitted to St Elizabeths Insane asylum Drs Vale and Marbury po lice surgeons testified that Elliott Is a paranoiac and is apt to be violent at any time Elliott was entirely calm during the hearing and did not ask to be beard New Departure In Higher Education Chicago Oct 17A new feature In higher education Is announced A department of dressmaking has been es tablished at Ruskin university In Glen Ellyn and the new chair has been ten dered to Mrs Olga Goldzler of Chicago Worlds Featherweight Championship New York Oct 17 Champion Young Corbett and Ben Jordan the English featherweight champion have been matched to meet In a battle for tho worlds featherweight champion ship The match has been hanging fire for several months Alaska Chooses Delegates Seattle Wash Oct 16 Alaska has chosen delegates to the national repub lican convention of 1904 C S John son and W T Perkins have been elect ed from tho Nome division of the dies trict A telegram to this effect wu received Thursday i IAFranIISou Francisco Oct 19Dr August who for a year past has been unostentatiously working on an air ship Sunday surprised the residents ol San Francisco by sailing over their heads for two hours directing his ma chino almost at will and demonstrat that In many essentials ho has ling the problem of aerial naviga flan Dr Grcth had previously tested his airship by ranking ascensions with the balloon held captive by a long fdpe but Sunday was the first time that he had gone skyward free Tho ascension was made from a lot almost In tho heart of the city and Dr Grelli attempted to encircle a towering news paper building about a mile eastward but found the high currents too strong for his power and then turned In an opposite direction The winds car tied him oceauward and for a time he hovered over tho vicinity of the Golden Gate making various successful trials of his steering gear Tho currents threatened to take him out over tho Pacific and be decid ed to make a landing on tho parade grounds of tho Presidio military res ervation but mado the mistake of let ting out too much gas and he landed In tho bay about 200 feet from shore The crow of tho life saving station rescued the aeronaut and his flying machine which was little damaged by the unfortunate termination of the voyage The balloon of Grcth Is cigar shaped and has a capacity of 60000 feet of gas with a lifting capacity of lSOO to 2000 pounds The car la sim liar In construction to that used by Santos Dumont and weighs about 800 Oct 20Charles Page Bryan the United States minister to Portu gal was a passenger Monday In tho car of Santos Dumonts latest dlrlgl ble balloon No 10 during a test mado at Noil lily Tile ascent was wltncsucJ AmerIcansIa Bryan and Santos Dumont descended and received In the cars Misses Mack ay and Taylor and again ascended Sanlos Dumont said that No 10 bal loon was almost like No 9 but was of more elongated shape than a cigar It is 148 feet long nnd the balloon has a capacity of 2010 metres The petroleum motor produces COhorso power THE MANCHURIAN SITUATION British Minister Undertakes to Medl ate Between Russia and Japan St Petersburg Oct 19A newspa per published at Port Dalny Is authority for the report that the British min ister to Japan Sir Claude MacDonald has undertaken to mediate between Russia and Japan and having secured Japans consent to certain proposals Is now negotiating with Russia These proposals are that Russia shall restore Manchuria to China and that tho principal Manchurlan towns bo opened to foreign trade that Russia withdraw all her troops from Manchuria with the exception of tho railway guards that she renounce her forestry conces ions on both sides of the Yatau river as well as the Yongampho concession and that the whole country south of tho Yatu river bo admitted as belong Ing to Japan- Yokohama Oct 19The Japanese minister of war Lieut Gen Terauchl Kl denies that tho army Is desirous of war and says that the cabinet Is unanimous in wishing peace with honor ELIJAH THE RESTORER John Alexander Dowie Faces His First New York Audience New York Oct 19John Alexander Dowlo who calls himself Elijah the Restorer faced his first New York audiences Sunday and although Madi son Square garden was thronged at tho afternoon and evening meetings and thousands were turned away from tho doors ho found himself confronted with what he called a new experience when thousands having evidently sat- Isfied their curiosity throw the meet- Ings Into confusion by their sudden ex oduB before the ceremonies had more than fairly begun- Commands to close tho doors and prevent exodus wero unavailing and the prophet gave vent to displays of considerable petulance on finding that It was one thing to gather a great New York crowd but quito another affair to command Its Interest after the first demands of Curiosity had been galls fled The houso to house visitations by the hosts of Zion and the regular series of crusade meetings will be augurated Monday Beef Dressing Record Broken Denver Col Oct 20By dressing a 1200pound steer in 3 minutes and 38 seconds Jacob Baer employed In a lo cal packing plant has reduced the worlds record by 20 seconds and Inci dentally won the western champion ship The feat was accomplished at a contest held at Broadway park U this city D Thew Wright For Federal Bench Washington Oct 19Tho appoint ment of D Thew Wright of Cincinnati to a place on the District of Co lumbia federal bench may be expect ed some time next month No decision Is announced from the white bouse TotaJ Registration In New York New York Oct 20Who registration on tho last day in Greater New York was 138029 making a total for the four days of 629933 The total regls ration for the preceding three years was 1900 640778 1901 614141 1902 682031 u is 0 +o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +od o+o +od o hod o1O +o+o +o +o4 oFo +o hod o + 0 i- E EVERYBODY t+ 0 I WEARS SHOES i- o r o + 0 so why not wear goodshoes whou wo sell you 0 i iGOOD UPTODATE SHOES i 0o oneefjust M cheap as other people sell you inferior p t We are leaders for stylo wear and comfort and you cant missd t it if you buy Irom us iAnything and everything you want in mops furnishing and- o ican please you in style aud prioodo Call in aud look over our various fines so you can be convinced it Yours for business t+ + I Crutcher Tribbleo 0- t MAIN STKEET RICHMOND KENTUCKY o- d + o+o ho +o ho +o +od 0od od o +o +o +0+o +o +o +0 0+0o +od o +o +oo DR FENNERS Kidney Backache ALSO PURIFIES Till BLOOD All of the Madder anJ organs Also heart disease rheumatism backarh gravel dropsy female Cure IDont become discouraged Th re ti a cure for you If nKtaaarT wrIte Dr Kenuer lie has spent a lifetime curing caayours All consultations are TAU I hire suffered for the put ten years with and kidney trouble and tried many of tho meat prominent physicians la cloa Ind Omaha and all the patent beard of In the hope of obtaining relief Finally seeing your ad I procured a bottle of Dr Fenner Kidney and Cure and I wish to thank you for the benefit I TWJ tattles cured mo and I hUeD a pain or ache of any triad cheerfully recomaW t- It to all friends poet sincere your piss ALICE UcDONALD 2954 St Omaha Nri Bold by Druggists 60 and IL Ask for Dr F mner Almanac or lluoUKult Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALDA- nd enter the great 10000 GUESSING CONTEST For particulars see advertisement on BOCO t page USE THESE BLANKS D and S Name 1111111Street 11111111N Postoffice ata111Enclosed find U apply MiWcriytien t The Louisville Herald I estimate that the wiaar d tits ruethe saM Governor will receive a wtlNNN11 NNNNNNNINMMN- 1N1N1 1N1111 N N1NNIINM 4 THIS CLANK It Pn TMNM MTtMATMl HHHHHHHHHHHHHi r r r r II H I 11 1 If its from CRUTCHER EVANS ITS GOOD SKWHHHHH rrJnJIIJrI I 1lHHIHI I r r 111 tHHHH A full line of FUKNITU11E always on hand Wo invite our Bores friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLIMtf when in Richmond CAUPUTS hurl MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A UaCIALTYi Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 I Look Phone Number 33I Diseases kidney urinary luatsuch backache neJicine Backache received therefrom entirely suffering Harney Date total I CMcher Evans Richmond A Nice Line of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats Fruits and Vegetables always on hand at the lowest prices We sell Delicatessen Mothers Broad Best broad made in Ky See our line of line candies Prestons Main st rChair and Broomstick Tricks I sOMK Interesting chair and broomstick trick were described In a re cent number of the American flay which we reproduce in part with accom Vtnylng diagrams No shows an Interesting trial of the accuracy of tho eye Place a chair alone Ilt end 01 a room and then let tome one walk rapidly towards thechairhls right arm hed stiffly In front of him As he jiagsee the chair ho will attempt to snap ore a Irk balanced on the back of the chair Nino people oul of ten will map al learnt an Inch to high Tho way to sue c td In hilling tho cork la to quietly get clone enough to the chair to stake a mental note of the exact button wrinkle or team In your clothing which la exactly tut a level with the cork It Is Dm an y matter to hold your hand at just tho right height as you approach the turk Diagram throe shows an experiment In which tho feminine sex easily oulclauM all maicullne rivals I have never known rnort than one or two boys who could vriifully regain their equilibrium nCr taking the position shown but at MI two Iris In every three can do It quit readily Measure bark three of- 3ourawnfet from the wall of a room and place a chair between you and the wall then bead over the chair until your head rests against the wall Now raise the ihalr nil atUrapt without moving your ft t or touching the chair to the Hour or wall to regale ollruQrblbt postIUon Any Iwy UIlINI tie differs materially from the reel oT hit MX will find that the thing tmplv cant be done I tuppoce the r lathelzrbfthefeethassom8lhingto lo with the sucreM which usually al Und a girl In this experiment The extra weight wkloh a man carries In the nhouMcra may also have aoruetliluK to jdo with IL I Plagrtni number six show tome fun with ono of the broomsticks Place one end agHlnul the angle formed by the wall pasSffrom the floor the wall In his undertaking and In this position Ills nut to Impossible to get RAN THREAD MILL Xrnlrlimnn MnJr Coni IMJtErlnl Vf of llolrnt a fnnilr Lllllr Think of a thread factory being run Ity mice This seems like the beginning of a fairy itory yet It Is not Scotch people as you perhaps know lire noted fur their thrift and one of the thriftiest Scotchmen who ever lived WM David Ilatlon of Dunfertnllnc who Actually proved that even mice those acknowledged peals of mankind could be made not only In earn their own liv- Ing but also to yield a respectable In come to their owners About the your 1820 this IcntlommI actually erected a small MOUSE RUNNING TIIRKAUMILJ formllne for tho manufacture of thread a mill worked entirely by mice It gas while visiting Perth prison In 1S12 that Mr Hatton first conceived this remarkable Idea of utilizing mouse power In an old pamphlet of tho tlmo the Curiosity Coltco Iloom he gave an account of tho way in which tho Idea dawned on him In the summer of the year 1S12 ho wrote I had occasion to bo In Perth and when inspecting tho toys and trinkets that wero manufactured by tho French prisoners in tho depot my attention was attracted by n little toy house with a wheel In tin gable of it that was running rapidly around Impelled by tho Insignificant gravity pi a common house mouse For a shiU i barkItoslick quite easily This Is also an excel lent way to practice the bend back which Is cMcnllal to any kind of tumbling The Ural time I tried to climb around a stick shown In diagram seven Il proflulonalIdlilocatlng every joint In hli body Th i feat however It not really difficult for a boy who It at all supplo Oraup the stick firmly leaving two and a half or three feet space between the hands You can easily judge of the distance heat mulled to you after the first trial Slip your left foot over the slick put your head under your right arm and then the tell will come If your back and shout dcrn are flexible they will allow you to carry the stick on around and to finally draw your right leg over without letting go of tho stick It It rather unlikely that you will succeed In doing this the fint time you try but a little practice will make the performance quite easy Good practice In limbering the shout dens Is to be had by grasping the stick with the hand perhaps two fret apart land then without loosening the hand e the stick over your head and bring III down across the back Gradually re duee the distance at your arms and shout IllIantI shown In dls gram sure that the tblrsAr well hraeem so as not to slip from under you J have known men who would let me sit on thelrchlft while they were In this position but any boy maybe satisfied simply to bold It without any additional weight Ittmtmhcr that the boy who In continually getting hurt U not the boy who wins the confidence of the home rulers or the admiration of his comrades Al ways have a profound respect for yout limbs they are worth taking care of Work up to your feats by stow degrees until what an untrained man could do only at the risk of his neck will be to you as safe at any ordinary movement ling I purchased the house mouse and wheel Unclosing It In a liandarchlcf on my journey homeward I was com yelled to contemplate Its favorite amusement Hut how to apty halt ounce power which li Inn weight nf a mouse to a uncful purpose was tho difficulty At length the manufac turing of sewing thread seemed the most practicAble Mr Hatton lied one mouse that ran the amazing distance of 18 miles a dy but ho proved that an ordinary moray could run ten and onehalf miles on- an average A halfpennys worth of oatmeal was sufficient for its support for 15 day during which time It ran 73G half miles He had actually two mice constantly employed In thn msk ing ot sewing thread for more than a year The mouse thread mill was so constructed that the common house mousa was enabled to make atone ment to society for past offenses by twisting twining and reeling from 100 to 120 threads a day Sundaya not ex cop ted To perform this task the illlla pedea Irian had to run ten and onehalf mllea and this journey It performed with ease every day A halfpennys worth of oatmeal served one of these thread mill culprits for the long period of five wooks In that time Ml had made 3350 threads of 25 Inches anti 01 a penny was paid to worien for ev cry hank made In tho ordinary way tho mouse at that rate earned 9 pence every six week just ono farthing a day or seven shillings and six pence a year Taking six ponce off for board and allowing ono shilling for machin cry there was a clear yearly profit from each mouse of six shilling Mr Hatton firmly Intended to apply for the loan of an old empty cathedral In Dunfcrmllno which vould have held ho calculated 10000 Aiouse mills sufficient room being left for keepers and some hundreds of spectators Death however overtook the Inven tor before his marvelous project could bo carried out Cincinnati Commer dill Tribune The Origin of Our Flair The American flag derives Its origin from the coatofarma of George Wash ingtons family the colors ot the bats In which wore red and white the stars appearing upon the top part of the shield Illue was added because It la considered tho correct companion or contrast to od A RELIGIOUS HEGIRA The Dowicitos Lea c Cliicaro Fur New York City Their Mission li to Restore the King dom and Save the Modern Sod om From Destruction Joined By Philadelphia Zionists Lion City III Oct 15 Wednesday witnessed the opening scenes of tho most remarkable religious hegira since the days of the removal of Joseph Smiths saints to Utah Three thou sand one hundred members of tin Zion Restoration Host rallied at the command of Join Alexander Doll selfstylod Elijah the Kentoror and boarded trains for New York city whence they go to restore time king thorn and save the modern Sodom from destruction 7000 men women and children assembled to listen to a short exhor tation by Dowle who spoke In bin character as prophet The entire hot sang prayed and wept as the elo quence of their leader moved them Clad In broadcloth and linen of the richest texture tho prophet called up on Ida followers to concentrate them elves lo their mission and pray un rraslngly for tho salvation of New York Overseer Ilrynnt and his wife who leave on one of the restoration trains preparatory to sailing for South Africa Deacon Peter and Overseer Spelcher alto addressed the gathering Headed by Dowle and his cabinet who followed tho Zion band of 40 pieces the host marched to tho trains for New York To avoid sightseers the cars were switched around Chit cage An exhibition of their trust In Zion was manifested by women who left hundreds of young babies In the nur sery to be cared for till their return and by the heads of families dopotlt log their surplus money silverware and jewelry In the Iron safety vaults inch restorallonlsl was supplied with n llteraluro case containing tracts Leaves of Healing and Banners a photograph and an Identification carl They supplied their own funds for heir Individual uses Zlons band tine Italomiiiu choir of voices the drum and fife corps of and tho chil drens choir gatSered about time boat and Inspired It with music In the streets and at the station Fort Wayne Ind Oct lGJohn Al rxander Dowies Restoration train hearing Bowie himself pasted through Fort Wayne on the Nickel Plalo road at oclock Wednesday night Tho train stopped only long enough to change locomotives Doyle ceeludml himself In his private car and a guard M earn door to bar out reporleig and others Deacon Stern salt Dr Dow le would sot no one until New York was reached There was a great crowd at the station- Philadelphia Oct liiIoral Dowle Itpj led by their elder Gideon Ham mond are preparing for parllclpallon In the Zionist Invasion of New York on Friday Sixty strong they will leave In a special car at 7 oclock Fri day morning Arriving In New York they will meet Dowle their leader nt MadUon Square garden and after a preliminary religious session will as slil In the door to door canvass of Oolham Buffalo N V Ocl lfiScen train loads of John Alexander Dowles res toration host bound for Now York ar rived here Thursday and after upend ing a few hours at Niagara Falls re sumed their pilgrimage to New Yoik BRIG GEN JOHN CHASE ExCommander of the Colorado Mllltii to Be CourtMartlaled Denver CoL Oct lGHrlg Gen John Chase who was relieved of the command of the national guard In Cripple Creek by Gov Peabody ten days ago was formally placed under arrest Wednseday afternoon on charger In connection with his attempt to take possession of the military payrolls and will be tried before the courtmartial which Is to convene at the capitol next Monday The general will not be deprived of his liberty Similar action will bo taken In the cases of the other officers fipalnst whom charges have been preferred TO FIGHT UNION LABOR Manufacturers Employers and Trade Organizations to MeetIIndianapolis Ind OIL 15 D M Parry has Issued a call for representa tives of manufacturers employers and trade organizations to meet In Chicago October 29 and 30 for the purpose of completing the forming of tho National Federation of Employers Part of the plan Is the raising ot 1500000 with which to fight labor organizations Trials By General Court Martial Washington Oct 15JudGo Advo sate Gen Davis has reported to the secretary of war that there were 527r trials by general court martial In tho army during the fiscal year ended July SO last being 30 less titan In the pre vious year =Wants Bankruptcy Law Repealed Lincoln Neb Oct 15 Members of the Nebraska Bankers association tot ed almost unanimously in favor of the repeal of tho present bankruptcy law and a resolution asking senators and congressmen from this state to work to that end was adopted Fourteen people Injured In a Wreck Joplin Mo Oct 15 Missouri Pa chic passenger train No 27 from Katy uas City ran into an open switch in the yards hero colliding with tho rear anti of a freight train standing on a siding and Injuring 14 persons Kentucky PickUps THY LEXINGTON TROTS Chief Interest Was Centered In the Rich McDowell Stake Lexington Ky Oil lGChllr Inter rat of the trots Thursday centered In the seventh and deciding heat of the rich McDowell stake purse 5000 for 210 trotters Monte Carlo Haw lliorno and Ur Strong the starters In the seventh heat Thursday had each taken two heats Wednesday Monte Carlo favorite In Uo pooling at to fai for the field composed of the other two horses won the beat and race and strung out behind him were Hawthorne and Dr Strong In time onler namedAlthough the track was fast Dan Patch did not start against time Thurs day an wad announced on account of the weather condition In three heats out of four Hal Chaf fin won the Wilson stake 220 class trotting purse 2000 from the favor ite Foxy Curd Graeln Keller favor ite won tho 210 class trotting In Blralgt heats Harold H favorite won In two stralKt heats tho 202 class pacing puree of 2000 Ueislo Drown favorite In the 220 rlass trotting purse 100ft In two straight heats DID NOT STEAL THE CHICKEN It Whipped His Dog So He Killed the Fowl ML Sterling Ky Oct 1rJohn Garrett colored 12 was tried on the charge of chicken stealing and wai sentenced to serve days in the county jail The judge told the boys sis ter ho would release him If she would admlnUlcr a thrashing whereupon she caua d the boy to take off his coat and with a rawhide publicly laid on 70 boy salt that tho chicken anti hU dog were lighting The chicken was getting the better of the tag and because of his lure for his dog he struck the rlilcken and killed It but did not steal UNKivt1WN MAN KILLED His Mangled Body Was Found on the Railway Track Madlsojnille Ky Oct lfiA man was killed at Kiirllngton title county Into Thursday afternoon who can not be identified Ho was evidently a tramp His head was severed from his hotly and his heart fell out upon tho tallroad track from a hole made In his breast by ear wheel At n late hour Thursday night tho body had not been IttonllfitNl despite tho fact that hundreds of people hall viewed tho mangled remain There was a man with him wile could not tell who he was or where the unfortunate man was from Death Ended Vacation Trip llUMfllvllle Ky Oct 1GWhile George Duncan and Wesley Perry were out hunting a shotgun lying be tween them In their buggy was acct dentally discharged Duncan was struck In the side and died a few hours later He was a New York law she dent and was on a visit to relatives here Paid Delinquent Taxes Newport Ky Oct lGAttho meet Ing of time board of aldermen of New port Thursday night Auditor Slim re ported the receipt of MOO from the Central Hallway and Hrldgc Co for do linquent taxes which makes n total ol 8000 paid by the company within the past two months Mays Granted a New Trial Frankfort Ky Oct l61n nn opin ion delivered by Judge Darker the court of appeals reversed the judgment of the Jefferson cilmlnal court iron tencing Eugene Mays colored to bq hanged for murder and remanded the case to the lower court for a new trial Reunion of Confederate Veterans Paducah Ky Oct 16 Veterans of the Second brigade Kentucky division United Confederate Veterans com menced their reunion Thursday and will continue Friday The city Is gay ly decorated confederate flags being prominently displayed Lexington Man Arrested Lexington Ky Oct 1GA telegram from Milwaukee says that Samuel Olc scnfcldt alias Garfield wanted hero on charge of embezzling 320 from S P Nevins of Cleveland was arrested there Thursday An officer has been sent after him A Firemans Terrible Fall Covlngton Ky Oct IGGcooo Halnes a C 0 brakeman stepped fjt his disabled engine on a trestle near Concord Ky Ho fell a distance of SO feet striking the water In the creek He was not badly Injured Appointed a Special Judge Frankfort Ky Oct 16Got neck ham Thursday appointed Alexander Lackey of Louisa to serve as special judge In some suits In Pike county In which the regular judge Is Ineligible to sit Senator Newman Much Detter Newport Ky Oct lGThe coati tion of Senator John P Newman dem ocratic candidate for circuit judge was much Improved Thursday He was able to sit up for n short time Killed By a Falling Tree Mlddleburg Ky Oct 1C While working in tho woods near Olcnvlllo James Wooten a prominent former was struck by n falling tree and almost Instantly hilled THE ALASKA BOUNDARY 1110 Tribunal Virtually Concede the American Case Those Who Have Followed the Argue ments Are Satisfied With Hon Clifford Slftons Preparation of the British Case London Oct lG1to Morning Ad vertiser announces that It regrets to learn from a source which It regards as beyond question that the decision of the Alaskan boundary tribunal vir tually concedes the American case The Morning Advertiser which ap pears to be thoroughly satisfied with tho reliability of Its statement says the news will be received In Canada with consternation It gives a map and detailed explanation showing how the decision will affect Canada and adds that those who have followed the argument have been thoroughly satis lied with lion Clifford Slftons prepa ration and presentation of the case The dinner given by the Pilgrims boclcty to tho Alaskan boundary com mission at Clarldgca hotel Thursday night proved the most notable assem blage of Englishmen Americans and Canadians ever brought together In London In addition to the members of the commission tho British cabinet ministers the American ambassador and the most prominent representa tives of English public were present Field Marshal lord Roberts presld cd On his right sat Ambassador Choate and on his left Lord Justice Alvcrstone Lord Lansdowne Sir Louis 3ette Sir Stanley Clarke the kings equerry and Secretary Ellhu Root sat at the same table while the other guests were distributed at small tables around the room The English pica present wore the decorations and orders Lord LansJowne and tort Roberts having the blue ribbon of the Order of the Garter The other guests numbering In all about 160 Included Archdeacon Sin clair Lord Stanley United States Con sul General Evans Sir Georgo Toub mangoldle Stanford Newel United States minister at The Hague C T Yerkea Lord MountStephen Sir Ar thur Conan Doyle Sir J Hulaton Lord Claude Hamilton Lord Strathcona lord Klnnalrd Lord Fairfax Lord Jer say and Lord Hamilton Henry Phlpps of New York and lion George Keppel Lord Roberts proposed the health of King Kdward and President Roosevelt In a united toast which met with a cor dial reception He then proposed Tho Alaskan Boundary Commission to which Lord Alverstone replied saying with a meeting of the commissioners would stand as a monument of the eellng evidenced In America and Great Britain to settle their differences by a common sense method ExUnited States Senator Turner and lion Clifford Slfton Canadian interior minister answered for their respective countries the latter saying that no greater crime could be conceived amidst human nature than trouble between Great Britain and tho United States EXPRESSMEN STRIKE Those Employed By the Pacific Co Go Out St Louts Oct l6Lasl Tuesday time members of the local Brotherhood of Railway Expressmen submitted a demand for an increase of 10 per cent in wages They stopped work and only returned upon the assurance of General Superintendent F C Gentsch that their demands would bo tonsil ered An answer was promised them Thursday and the expressmen decided to continue work until Thursday night pending tho answer The demand was considered Thursday and notification was sent to the express messengers that the Increase could not be granted The walk out Thursday night resulted Tho Pacific Express Cos employes at Texarkana Ark Little Rock Ark San Antonio Tex Wichita Kan Kan sas City Mo and many other western and southern points also struck Thurs day night Mother Stewart Not Dead Springfield 0 Oct 1GMotlmer Stewart the worldwide Christian tem perance leader Is not dead as was re ported throughout the country Thurs dayThe person who died was a woman also known as Mother Stewart and a resident of this city Yales Star Tackle Broke a Rib New Haven Ct Oct lGAn examl nation Thursday showed that James II Hogan Yales star tackle broke a rib during the game with Holy Cross Wed nesday It will probably keep him out of the game for several days Dinner to Gen Sid Ian Hamilton Washington Oct 1C President and Mrs Roosevelt guvo a dinner Thurs day night in honor of Lieut Gen Sir tan Hamilton tho British army officer now visiting tho United States Many prominent army officials were present Alaska Chooses Delegates Seattle Wash Oct 16 Alaska has chosen delegates to the national repub Bean convention of 1904 C S John son and W T Perkins have been elect ed from tho Nomo division of tho dls trict A telegram to this effect was received Thursday The Quarantine Revoked Washington Oct lGAn official order revoking tho quarantine against cattle sheop and uwlne In Massachu setts and New Humpshlro on account ot the foot and mouth disease was issued hy the secretary of ngrlculturo A Care Toe Dpppl I hadiDyspepsia in its wotst form felt mioerableraoat all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured meMrs W W Saylor Hillard Pa No appotit lo of strength nervousness head ache constipation bad breath aoue risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represent the natural juices of digestion com bined with the greatest known lonio and reconstructive proportion It cleanses purifies and sweetens ho stomach Sold at East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surllua Wo solicit your piUrounf JAMES BENNETT Pro- S S PARKES Cashier It aatlfol Cml1ntvAye sQoiletj br using any kindof preparation that fills lie pores of flue skin The bW way to secure a cleaT complexion free from sallowueis pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional dose of Herbine will cloansa the bowels regulate time liver and so es tablish a clear healthy complexion 50c al the East End Drug Co t Y tWe pmaiptlr obtain U8 end Foreign Bend mcdelitetcn or photo of lareuucn fci trratcoknowPatents and iiI toI Do You Want to Yawn Feelcold thiverings aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms t may be followed by violent headache high foyer extremo nervousness s condition known as malaria cures it Take it before tho diseaseI t gota a fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and for II blood t purifying tonic there is nothing as good roc at East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal a Shoes Watch and clock repairing are Uc pMialties of Williams shop Agency i N Luedry Take nil I edfWork guaraut s EARLYRISERSTilt For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaunfdice Dlizlnejs and all troubles arts ing from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWIIIs UltU Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that U Is a pleasure to toke them One lo two act as a mild laxative two or tour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They toni the Ever YUS DULl ilMlT TIP rtiriii M E C D WUt ly i Chlcatfo l I THE CITIZENt Jp tKMHKHMHH 1 Eastern Kentucky News lI M No correspondence publiibeO unleu dined in full by the writer The name Is not for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly I jLJJ1fJ11 11aII f fJtLtLLtL11LLLL LEE COUNTY WILLOW SCHOOL The school hero is progrossing fino ly under the supervision ot E B Trendway The Conveyor a contriv ance built by Spotswood C Son to t carry lumber across tho river is com pleted and is the only construction of its kind It is a novelty to see it in operation Elex Stevens was shot and killed on Saturday night of last week Dan Rador is his alleged sltyerW A Holcomb visited here on Saturday of last weokW F McGuire was in Louisville last week buying goodsO M Powell is hay i ing a fine trade at his store hero Arthur Adams and wife wore recent visitors heroIt is rumored that W P Treadway will present his mother with daughterinlaw as a Christmas present OWSLEY COUNTY A friend of the CITIZEN recently traversed a considerable portion of Osvsley County and returned to Berea greatly delighted with the enterprise and progress which is manifested The country shows a large number of very comfortable schoolhouses In I many places the roads ate being cae fully repaired Sundayschools inI various parts of the county are well maintained and best of all there is a y large and growing group of young men and young women who are full of ambition and high principles and whose promise and talent assures theI future progress of Owsley County Such young men as the County Superintendent Millard Frya the Gab bard boys Nathan Ambrose areI specimens of the young blood of the country which promise much for the futureJohn F Brewer is making a good race for Countv Judge and D G Wilson for Sheriff Protracted meetings at the Presby terian Church in Booneville havo been well attened and have done much goodII TRAVELERS REST The entertainment at J D Creechs school Oct 1C was a brilliant success Two other schools met there and the J program occupied throe hours There a large number out and every 1onefelt amply rewarded and filled with new enthusiasmS P Caudell and L L Mainous represented dist J tricts No 40 and 30 An address was delivered by each of the teachers of I about ten minutes Mr Creech spoke of the Unity of teacher and patrons Mr Caudell ofliThe value of an entertainment Mr Mainous ofliThe good of teachers combining y GABBARD Tho melancholy days have come lint they have been very pleasant this week Thero was a convention held at Booneville and all throughout tho eleventh congressional district on Oct 15 for the purpose of nominating a candidate to fill the unexpired term of congressman Boreing who died receutlyD C Edwards of London received the largest number of voles in Oivsley W It Ramsey received the next highest A number of the citizens atteudrd from here Mora trouble in old Oivsley News comes to ma that both James and Elias Neely were shot and seriously wound ed at the convention in Booneville ObI that men would quit being BO bloodthirsty and desire union and peace more One thing which prevents it is that fiery liquid which has ruined so many homes and taken so many mens lives away President and Mrs Frost of Berea have hon ored Owsley once more by their much appreciated visit They were accom panied by their two smallchildren and Miss FairchildPresident Frost spoke to n very attentive crowd of teachers and citizens at Booneville Saturday All seemed to be inspired and helped by having heard him Heialso preached a wonderful sermon on liTho Family at Bothany school house on Cow Creek Sunday morn ing in the afternoon at the mouth of Cow Creek thero telling of his travels in the Holy Land We are glad and thankful to have such a great and helpful man as President Frost toJ visit lib Come again President Frost you aro always welcome MASON COUNTY MAVSVILLE J Mrs Laura Strawder Mrd Anna f Whaley and Miss Bessie Strawder went to Huntington West Virginia Sunday on an excursion The so ial given by tho W E C Friday even ing at Miss Lidii Walkers in honor of Mrs C G Harris proved to ho very enjoyable affair Mrs Harris left this week for Atlanta Georgia where her husband is teaching in th Clark University William Hiuton who has been quite ill for tho past week or so is reported as being much better Prof C W Reynolds mado a flying trip to Lexington Friday afternoon Rer It H Porter of the Bethel Baptist church offered his resignation as pastor Sunday evening JACKSON COUNTY A carriageload of Berea people traversed a considerable part of Jack son County last week andreturned with glowing accounts of its general prosperity and progress The road between Berea and McKee has been so much improved that a great deal of teaming comes this way instead of going to East Bernstadt Tho corn fields and other crops show the rofo lute industry of the mountain farmer A number of new and comfortable schoolhouses have boon erected and some very good schoolwork was noticed by our visitors The chief drawback just now is in the matter of attendance Some districts having a large number of children are sending only a few of them to school We are sure the energy of the County Super intendent and the ability of the teachers deserve the earnest support of nIl citizens The erection of the new mission house in McKee is a great addition Our visit rs suggested that the proceedings of the Court would be more cheerful if the court room could be painted some other color than thA depressing blue now upon its walls Pattie Moiers is teaching a good school at Clover Bottom and expects to return to Berea next winterA P Gabbard is doing a big business at Sand GapMrs Geo C Moore of McKeo is having a happy recovery from typhoid fever John F Dean a recent graduate of the Berea Normal Department has chargof the pub lic schools of McKee He has boon out several weeks on account of ill ness but is again at workO A Minter is teaching at Hickory Flats with an enrollment of fiftyfour scholars MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD Howard Covington aged about 65 years died the 14th instant and was buried at the Blanton graveyard A Cavanaugh is very low with fever The L and A railroad means much to this and surrounding neighbor hoods staves and ties putting a great deal of money in circulationCorn cutting and sorghummaking are in full blast hereOn the first Sunday in this month the largest crowd in the history of the church gatheredat Goodloes Chapel to witness the dedi cation Rev T HBroadus preached the dedicatory sermon Dr David Goodloe of Lexington donor of the church site was a prominent visitor The church is clear of all debt and is a handsome structureAt 730 r Saturday Oct 31 1903 there will be given a school exhibition at the handsome colored church for the ben efit of the colored public school here Five cents admission will be charged at the door A literary program will be rendered by the pupils followed by a festival Everybody is invited A challenge has been offered to the Grove Bill colored school to engage our school in a spelling bee on that night A grand time is expected ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Thomas Robinson was last week on his round as travelling salesman for Flood CoAlthough the honey sea son and swarming time are over yet D Pullins reports a thriving business n his bee hivesAndy Ballinger and Squear Major of High Bridge were visiting Mrs Sparks last week The bloodhound brought from Wilmore failed to track the robbers who broke into J H Sigmons store last week J C Wood has moved into his new residence on schoolhouse streetA protracted meeting has been in prog ress at Fairview churchconducted by Revs J W Lambert and W L SigmonDr Elmer Northcut of Valley View recently brought a party here who was desirous of making a land purchaseJ H Sigmon is out again after several days of illness THE COMMONWEALTH IMRS CORDELIA COX DEADI She Was the Widow of Dr Who Was Assassinated Lexington Ky Oct 21lrs Cop delta Cox widow of Dr D D Cox who was assassinated at Jackson less than two years ago died 30 miles west of Jackson Tuesday She had gone to the home at her brotherIll law Dr Breck Cox last Friday and was strick en with typhoid fever One of her brothers Jerry Cardwoll killed John Hargls a brother of Judge James liar gds several years ago Another broth ofeJackson was because of fear of as sassi nation a prisoner In his own home since the Cox assassination up until tho tlmo soldiers went to Jack son A BANK CHRISTENED Bottle of Water Was Broken on the Bank Counter Owlngsvlllc Ky Oct 21The new deposit bank at Hlllsboro was opened Tuesday with Imposing ceremonies about people being present The ladles of the town served free dinner to the crowd and a local caterer fur nlshed burgoo William T Dearlng of Flemings burg delivered an address after which the bank was christened by Miss lela Walton who broke a bottle of water on the counter Tho capital stock of the bank Is 15000 and deposits on the first day was good theI Converted By Alexander Dowle Perryvllle Ky Oct 21W D Holmes one of tho wealthiest and most prominent men In this county has been made an elder In the church of Alexander Dowie and left for New York to assist In converting that city Thomas Mctcalf a successful young farmer has also sold his farm for 25000 and will go with his family to ZIon City Deadly Fight In Church Palntsvllle Ky Oct 21Jert Ste yens was killed and Tom Music fatally injured In a fight in the church at De long Ford this county during serv Ices Knives and revolvers were used fal11ureA Negro Fugitive Shot Mayfield Ky Oct 21Jolln Hob son a prominent farmer In the southern part of the county It is said kill and NoIgroIt Is said ho made an attempt on tho life of Hobson Found Dead In Sight of Home Qrecnup Ky Oct 21John Adamson a soldier of the Philippines was found dead near his home on Grassy Tuesday Ho was en route to his home which ho had not seen for sev- Eral years and was within only a mile or so of It when stricken Crushed to Death By a Train Harrodsburg Ky Oct 21lIenry S Waltz was crushed to death by fast passenger train No 2 at Burgin Mon day night Ho was an employo of tho Dixlo Carnival Co which showed hero last week and was on his way to Knoxville Tenn Decided In Favor of Godfrey Frankfort Ky Oct of State Hill Tuesday 21SccretaryI ed that W Godfrey to the lob cabin device an party In tho factional quarrel between him and D C Edwards of Lau ref county A Civil War Veteran Dead Lexington Ky Oct 21 Zimmer man G Webster aged 70 years a veteran of tho civil war being a member of Morgans brigade died here Ho was one of the oldest citizens ot Fay ette county Ho was born In this city Shot His Young Son Lancaster Ky Oct 21 =While care ilessly handling a revolver Tuesday Charles Dillon it Is said shot and fa tally wounded his son Harry aged 9 Tho ball entered his right lye and passed entirely through his headIWhitney Visits His Blue Gr Lexington Ky Oct 21 Whitney the New York financier and owner of La Belle stud in thin city was a visitor hero Tuesday but left again Tuesday night In his private car Wanderer for GothamIOldest Woman In 211Irs1Patsyher homo near here She was tho old est woman In Warren county Banker S M Matlock of Bowling Green was her grandson Kicked Off His Nose Owlngsvllle Ky Oct 21A mule ridden by Robert Cochran mall carrier between Salt Lick and Yale threw him and kicked his nose from his face Cochran is In a dangerous condlttonr Captured a White Coon Greensburg Ky Oct 21George- W Ogg who lives near here has cap tured a white coon which Is attracting a great deal of attention as no ono hero ever saw or beard of one before Second Strawberry Crop Perryvllle Ky Oct 21Robert I Purdon of Mltchellsburf four mllos south has raised a second crop of strawberries on his vines Only nine men have been hanged in Kentucky In the last five years although thero have been 798 murders STRUCK ON A REEF Stenincr South Portland Loaded With Wheat Wracked Dur lug n Heavy Fog TWENTYONE PERSONS MISSING One of the Boats With a Part of Uio Crew Capsized Soon After Leaving the Ship The Captains Boat With About 18 Aboard Succeeded In Clearing But Was Also Capsized and Only Seven Were Saved Marshfleld Ore Oct 21 Tho steamer South Iortland which sailed from Portland Ore last Sunday load ed with wheat for San Francisco struck on Blanco Reef Monday oven Ing at oclock during a heavy fog The vessel carried a crew of 22 and 17 passengers Of these 13 of the crow and four passengers succeeded In reaching shore Charles Huzon tho first engineer died as they wore tak- Ing him off the lire raft of exposure Twentyone persons are yet missing and are probably lost The South Portland struck bottom going at a speed of about seven knots As coon as striking she began to set slltlIboatsIwith part of the crew and some of the passengers was capsized as soon as it cleared the ships side and when last seen was floating away In the fog with lout a living soul aboard- Tho captains boat with about IS aboard succeeded In clearing but war also capsized and only seven were able to get back to the boat They consist ed of Capt James Mclntyre John Hel- mar Emanuel Pazomlnls W U Wll son L Baker Guy Bent and Al Bailey MondayIlag embarked succeeded in reaching alternoonI James Plzottt see ond assistant engineer John McKown oiler J Driscoll oiler W Hughes fireman W Robertson fireman JaB Atwood seaman II Weber J II Johnson seaman and Charles Huron engineerImuch from It con fined to his bed- YELLOW FEVER SITUATION There Were 33 New Gates and Two Deaths at Laredo Tex Tuesday Laredo Tex Oct 21Tho total of row cases of yellow fever hero Tues day was but ono less than Monday which was the largest for any single day since the outbreak of the epidemic The official bulletin Issued Tuesday night Is as follows New cases 33 deaths 2 total num ber of cases to date 471 total deaths 37 John Philip Sousa Injured Washington Oct 21John Philip Sousa the bandmaster was thrown from his horse while riding In tho city andIweek A Forty Days March Washington Oct 21The Third battery of field artillery completed Its 800 mile march from Chickamauga Park Tenn to Fort Meyer Tuesday Every man who starter from Chlcka mauga was In lino as the battery ar rived after Its 40 days march Three Negroes Were Killed New Orleans Oct 21As the result of an encounter between a band of Negroes led by a white man and a con stables posse three Negroes havo been killed and seven or eight wound ed In the rear ot Pecan Grove plants St Charles parish IStrike In the Bilbao Mining District Spain Oct 21A strlko broke out Tuesday In tho Bilbao mln Ing district and spread rapidly Tues day night 19000 workers were Idle Tho railroad service has been Interrupted Reinforcements ot troops arc arriving here Fears For the Fate of Leonldas Bufard St Johns N F Oct 21Traders who have returned hero from Labra dor havo expressed apprehension as to tho probable fato of Leonldas Bufard of New York who has been In tho In tenor ot Labrador for tho past ten weeks French Parliament Reassembles Paris Oct 21Doth branches of parliament reassembled Tuesday The absence of Important Issues minimized tho Interest In the event but the gal leries were filled with people desirous ot witnessing tho opening scones An Eight Thousand Mile Walk Middletown N Y Oct 21C E Norris reached hero Tuesday after an 8000 mile walk from San Francisco undertaken to cure consumption Ho btarted on August 8 1901 an4 followed the railroads as far as possible Belgian Minister Arrives In New York Now York Oct 21Daron Mon cheur the Belgian minister to the United States and the Baroness Mon Icbeur arrived Tuesday on tho steamer from Antwerp I ANOTHER CARLOAD 1 Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P Because you never saw one broken downtBecause they arc nil good ones Because they cost less than others BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSE ETC f GET ONE See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky J J 131a11llamall IBlocki Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry f r 1 This space has boon purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen r I ooooo o oooooooooooooo o oooo o o Corn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep n good fire all night In COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOYES i- Q 0- i r i r Tho Hot Blast from Chicagot- witlApoloalestobeOldarokenCosllacketl 0 How drrnr childhood In nj heart are totat cent of mr 0IWhich sad recollection prcrtilt 10 mr tlewf o How w f all u HI I to ItrrM around tint Unhlonnl heater 0 The And tswellIt ilmre ui Greet the Hot HUM from Chlncu o Which brought the warm 1111 we are ImmT- to The moilrni tell lint Illut the flay Hot Itlut 0IThe llot luau from ChlracGo all prize tel well This is boeauso they are airtight o ousedin a stove you must control the air 0 supply No ol1urlltovomlnufacturedIcan be o It in the airtight feature and tho allstool radiating nurfaon o poworruljo 0 I S E WELCH Jr Sole Agto Q rp m ACCIDENT MAY HAPPEN TO YOU So always keep in your home shop and factory a bottle officeI paracampnFIRST The only sure quick relieving and healing remedy for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations I and all hurts Paracamph will give you more satisfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will berefunded So try it Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving At an Druggists tie Soc ud tioo BotttM For sale by S E WELCH Druggist L I