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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ++ I1I1IIII+IIII+III++IIj JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Rntrrtd at tht rotfflft ai tttrta Ay tit usual tinu naf14tttr + I11I11ISIiIItSI 1 V A Family Jnpor MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1903 Ono dollar a year NO G IDEAS rI bwtt judgment for thu good of the I StatoTho wickedniBH of Inlying or sell hug v4len Is HOinuwhiil meummd bj I provides the heavy peimlitioH which tho law s f TAKE NOTICE +HHIHHHHKHXMI Election Nov 3 1903 j Not lightly fill Beyond recall j The ballots which a broth can loall Of Freedom ti the freeman vote 1 +tttiI +I+StiI1IIiitI FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mm Inttl tho great singer has sailed from Liverpool for Now York A plot to kill tho Kusfliaii Consul nt Uiikub Turkey was diwcovorod Ruth thwarted AB tho roflultof a revolt ngniiiHt n now cattlotax In Arnbin ono tllOI1llld Turks wore killed or wounded Hawaii our now Island rxwuoHtion will 00ropnllltnhd nt the WorltlI Fair by n building of typical Ioly nosla architecture gill oror Francis Joseph of Aus itria has inlruntod tho formation a ow Cabinet to Count Stephen Tier of former Premier ColiMimu Tinea IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho coming elrction in Now York will cost the taxpayers of that city 000000Irutidout Roosevelt celebrated tho fortyfifth anniversary of his birth on Tuesday tho 27th Reports of frost in tho cotton holt causal excitement and activity in tho Now York cotton market Prosecuting Attorney Joseph W Folk of St Louis hits ntmounml his candidacy for tho Dutuocrntio nomination for Governor of Missouri The United States battleship Mis aouri attained speed of IS 7 knots an hour on hur trial trip which is tho worlds record for a vctwol of hur j classAlexander Dowip tho self stflud Elijah III Is in trouble In Now York ills coach and train wore seized on an attachment secured by an attorney for a too- S2b000 has been offered for tho return alive of Edward L Wontz the misting millionaire of Big Stone 0np Va and 10000 for tho arrest and conviction of tho murders if ho has boon slain COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- Both candidates for governor favor tho proposed Constitutional Amend mont Joel Lumen weighing 100 pounds and reputed to have boon the biggest man in Kentucky is dead at Foxport Fleming county Miss Belle Little n member of one of tho loading families of Breathitt county committed suicide at her homo near Jackson by cutting her throat with a razor lion John D White is running for Congress tho eleventh district as Independent Ropubliciun candidate Ho is making a lour of the districts anti spoke at Aunvillo Jackson coun- tyr Friday l B N Roller roaster of trains of the Louisville and Nashville railroad t at Livingston Iy was shot and killed at that place Sunday afternoon by A N Bentloy muster mechanic of the L and Ns Knoxville division Commonwealths Attorney A F Byrd of Wolfe county who became prominent at the prosecution in tho Jett White case tins announced his district It is said that Judge Hargm and Sheriff Callalmn of Breathitt Co will make a fight against Byrd The indications a largo majori ty for Bolkuap This will not be ex actly a Republican but a victory of the united forces of fair play Democrats and Republicans in favor of fairness and a bettor adminis tration of tho State govornmont Several old time Democrats are nominated on the Republican ticket I TIE CITIZEN lltVOL H1I lrUHtf 1The o- rI nomiInatlon The Fee Monument This monument is II feet wide by 7 foot long and 7 foot high and weighs 10000 pounds It is of the celebrated Barro granite from this Barre quarrinsof Vermont nUll was purchased froth Dillo and Clemens of Greens burg hut Howard and Edwin PCP the sons It is important that thu cemetery of Berths patriarch Rev John G which guards the tmcnnl dust of such Fw have placed in the cemetery distinguished servants of God should noble monument to their father nnd bo well eared for mother It is u masnivo block of The College has been presented bearing ou ono side the with fluo oil portraits of Mr and Mrs name John G Fee 18101901 Ma Fee painted by Juno Bartlett andre lids Hamilton Foe 18211895 On cently hung in tho Upper Chapel the other side are the appropriate InHIallr tho town of Beroa tho Berea scriptiouschurch and Bort a College are monu of the faith and devocourage Uri 4evoted lotliOEwI of tarn thtmentH bnvcly stet ptnmtlon- U tion of this great man and his wife satMniAILBeronna aro in a sense the chil kata made ee one MnwJ mil Feeat MM f To Our Colored Neighbors As ii well known TUB CITIZEN boo llbvoH in tho universal rights of man and tho Deolnruliou of ludopcndeuco This country went through a groat war to uMublivh the principle that all rush should lw equal Thtrdoo not moat however that all mon shall he alike but that all shall have an equal chance Thero will always different clauses of people in the world A person torn lor Jewish or Gorman parouts will always have Homo things that make him like others born as ho was and separate him from time rest of his follow citizens iTho Negro in America is an Amori can a citlmi and endowed with all tho chances mind opportunities of other mOil so far as the law cant so cure It There are still sonic poople who remember the days of slavery and try to look down upon tho color ed man and to hinder his progress but on the wholo ho hints mot with largo sympathy and appreciation in his struggle upward since tho day of emancipationTwo things scorn to us very Important in the progress of our colored peoplo the first is that they should ejrpfct to make progress Moro 1s tho secret of their advancing In many cases more rapidly than tbo white people in destitute circuui stances around thorn Tho white people wore proud because they were white tho Negro was humble because ho had boon a slave and realized that ho must do a great deal of work and study in order to catch up It is important that all who teach tho colored people or have influence with them should keep up this spirit of progress Tho patriarchs of slave days aro passing away and tho young people who have not known what slavery was by experience must do all thor can to keep the Negro auibi pious nnd rising In the second place tho surest salvation of tho Negro is lo have skill nnd own property This makes him useful in tho community Tho man who can put money in time hank or do a picco of work better than anybody else will never be lynched and will not be hastily ridiculed In tho third place and this is our chief point now it is of the greatest importance that those colored people who are prosperous advanced and welltodo should put forth their ut most exertions to help forward their loss promising neighbors It is very unjust but still the colored race will bo judged by its poorer representa tives Wo have the sacred duty of helping thoHo who are most behind it I every election time in Kentucky thousands of Ncyraea have been inane way or another cajoled out of their rules The intelligent Negroes ought to ho able to put a stop to this In all our colored school districts there are children who aro sat sent to school People who appreciate education should make groat efforts to convince their neighbors of its value and see that their innocent children are not punished for the stupidity of their parents Let this bo our motto then continual progress indejwndocce through skill and prop orty and a gonerous helping of those who are behind on the part of those who have already lade must advance mont Save us 0 Democratsl Tho campaign is not a partisan one between Democratic and Republican principles A largo nutn her of leading Democrats have joined forces with the Republicans for over throwing Iho Ooobel and Beckham ma chino Title fact has boon fully recog nized by tho placing of such Democrats as Judge Beeknor on tho State ticket The election of Bolkuap will bo a victory for fair play and tho better prosperity of tho Stato It is a victory that cannot won without tho help of Democrats who are in favor of these things And Kentucky cries out for all such men to stand for their convictions of public duty and vote for the progress of tho State Berea 6 Georgetown 0 Georgetown played a plucky game Saturday but wore not able to score against the local team Thor did succeed in keeping the score down toI six to nothing Berea played a strong game the team work deserves special mention But for several heavy penalties the score would have boon much larger The features of tho game were the playing of Vorheis and Hinuian and the excellent work of Borons solid wall of interference Game was culled at 815 Burea won the toss and choso the kickoil Yorhois kicked to Georgetowns twenty yard lice The ball was ad vanced live yards For six minutes Georgetown bucked Bereas lino re peatedly and carried the ball to Bereas 15 yard line Rote Boron hold Thom for downs but lost tho ball on a fumble In three minutes George town had tho ball on Boroas 35 yard linowliero Bortm held thorn for downs Berea was forced to punt and sent the pigskin forty yards down the field into tho arms of Georgetowns quarterwho was downed in his tracks by Hunt Boron held Georgetown for downs after Georgetown had ad vanced tho ball to the middle of tho field Uinman gained twenty yards around end when time was called Score Boron 0 Georgetown 0 Continued on page 8 column 2 tiNNANN NNNNNNNNN II I Everything i in fall goods i at the I Hustling Cash Store i IS BRAND NEW old pleasure I illlchoicoi to see they too J J stay to where they goods for the money f on i xCORNERNt CO Jewelers Diamond Dealers 104 Street LOUISVILLE SOO00ESTABLISHED OVER HBO toFor free Catalogue and call to g us you in tftt 1 city O A MANIto lo dressed select his col Tare neckwear shirts hosiery underwear and MENSFURNISHINGS in general with groat care Select our stock and you will make mistake We see to it our contains nothing but is up todato and in good NEW FALL arriving daily We sell Douglas Shoes for wen boys and Queen Quality shoes for Rice Richmond Ky ht by a- r s 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SAVED BY PRAYER lanePU YiMiiitt Inn AVn liriil from Ylrlilliiu to Trniplittloii In a Cireil Icy Good by Harry renumber that mamma will always pray for your bifcty There were the last words Hurry heard as he went out of the rate toward the railroad station to take the train for New York The words kept ringing In his tars as the train passed rapldlly out of the village and new scenes came to his view At the station In New York city his uncle was walling for him In a few days Harry was at work In the new grandstore of his uncle There he became acquainted with young men of his own age who seemed friendly In vited him to Join In their excursion par ties In the evening and vlzlt them it their homes Before the first week was ended he had visited three of the boys of the city and taken a trip over to Jersey City where several other boys took a trip on their bicycles Harry had brought his wheel with him and enjoyed the trip over the new country very m licit After they had gone a distance they Rtnppcd for refreshments and he soon found himself standing at a bar in a saloon What will you have Harry he beard one of his new friends Inquiring Ill take a glaia of lemonade H you please answered Harry Pretty good joke Marry but you dont get such stuff here we are all going to have beer Ill order one for you too And before he could think of an answer the bartender had placed It before him Harry felt a lump in his throat with a fixed determination butI No I do not drink NO I DO NOT DRINK Pshaw exclaimed ono of the young men you are not temperance are you 2 A glass of beer cannot luijt you It ti hetlthful said another promised mother replied Harry that I would not drink anything that eight make a drunkard of me and If I cever begin I shall never have to stop ro one hat ever become a drunkard who refused the first glass but many drunk ards who meant to stop after they had tasted beer or liquor just once nd I shall not drink It was a long speech for Harry to make but he thought of his mothers prayer and resolved that she should not pray In vain He expected the hoya to ridicule him for his remarks When Tom Ankers the young man who had worked next to him at the store there tore tool him by the hand and with emotion said Thank you Harry my mother used to tell me the same thine ehi thinks her boy has never brought the Intoxicating cup to his lips I prom ise you that from tonight on l shall try to keep It It surprised Harry greatly But his surprise Increased when one of the other young men came forward and said 1 promised my present em ployer that would never again enter a saloon to drink when he saw me in one the last time and ho told me he could not keep young men in his employ who were addicted to the drink habit I wanted to keep my promise but always was afraid to refuse when In the com pany of others Boys said Adam Wagner this Is the first time I ever took a drink My father died n drunkard and I have often beard him say that the first glass was the opening of a life of misery Ho often asked me to leave all Intoxicating drlifUs aluue I mean to do so after to day and voii fellows must help me to leep my promise We shall we shall replied his friends Immediately But tell us Harry said the young man who had spoken after Tom how was IL possible for you to refuse Didnt you ecpect us all to laugh at your re marks 11 nat gave you such courage in this hour of danger Harry tola them the In simple truthful manner concluding with till my mothers prayers saved roe Iarr said Adam when you write lcmc again tell your mother about the llU this evening and be sure and IIohurr Oberver we were saved by her prayer Attain Hniiiireil At the last session of the grand lodge of Good Tamplars Maine Mr George K Brackett was again elected secretary For 23 ycari Mr Brackett has filled this office and for 20 years lie has printed and ably edited the Ternperaiiro Recor a paper that has dune mush for the cause in Main j erg CONVINCING FIGURES What Total Mmllnrncr Inn llnne tnl the llrlllli nlilrr In I nil la Under this heading the Nations Temperance society some months ago published in leaflet form an article by Lord Roberts showing what total abstinence has dune for the British soldiers In India In this leaflet this ills tlnKuIslied British general takes the same view ns that held by our own Lieut Gen Miles Among other thins lord RotMirtK says There is I believe In some qtiar tern an Idea that it Is the moro spirited section of the British soldiery that drinkI not believe It for a moment This Is ono of the oldxvorld Calla des that may e classed and dismissed with the Idea that the greatest black guards make the best soldiers on service Undoubtedly there Is a certain reek lessness of disposition that will carry men a certain length particularly In the first flush and fashion of a cam paign but it is not a dependable null ity The characteristics that mark the best soldiers In trying circumstances and midst depressing surroundings are a high sense of duty selfrespect and selfcommandIf would raise the social status of their profession they must cultivate temperance and decorum and banding themselves together In socle ties such as the Army Temperance association is the best means of attaining the much desired end To show in what an Increasing ra lion total abstinence Is commending it self to our soldiers I quote you the following figures representing thin average totals of former years W9M 1317- TWat HUC- OtW93 Mills ISMW isrsI- S95M SK3 From cmeralltlea let us now pro coed to particulars TaVc UJD matter Of courtsmartial I find that the courtmartial return of 1D3 shows that there were eight general courtsmartial held for the trial of British soldiers Of those tried all were nonab stainers There were 1150 district courtsmartial and cf these only 31 were abstainers There were 1150 reg imental courtsmartial and of those tried only S9 were members of the A T associationTo there were 2OOS courts martial in the year and of these trinla only 73 were held for trial of members of the Army Temperance association It does not need the help of the schoolmaster to show that nceordlng to weltlal and we only got credit for j3 My experience tells me that nearly all the crime in the British army In In dia Is directly traceable to drinking to excess INTERESTING INFORMATION You take your worst foe with you on a journey when you put the spirit flask In your bag Hams horn The Jail at Guildhall Vf Is now well filled when under prohibition It stood empty for months at il time The agent of a wholesale liquor house at St Paul Minn has Just been arrested and put under bends of 5fiOO forsollclt Ing liquor orders In North Dakota In Boston since Judge Emmons Issued his famous order In regard to arrests for drunkenness the cases for drunkenness have fallen off 75 per cent ion Maclaren urgss that the dram shop keeper who by his degradation of a customer has rendered a family destitute and shelterless should be made responsi blo for the support of that family The Advance well says that this Is sound reason but It Is advanced ground even AmericaAfter InI two years of no license the of Rlchland Center Wls voted for II cease and within ten hours after saloons opened one man was stabbed his assail ant pleaded eelfdcfense and a third man was arrested for drunkenness and sent to Jail the first time In 19 months that the Jail had been to used At Manchester N II a saloon was opened within 200 feet 6f the Free Baptist church The pastor Rev Mr Mitchell appealed to the liquor commissioner The church sets back from the street soma 20 feet and the saloonlsts meas urcd around the corner and up to the door of the building Thecommissioners ruled that the measurement must be In a straight line on the sidewalk and the saloon Is closed TJirj Vcnl a Hem A few days agoPays the Cleveland Press a convention of bartenders was held at Kuclld Beach park one of the very few dry pleasure resorts In Cleve land O There were several hundred of the liquor dispensers present An at tache of the park being afflicted with curiosity asked one of them TiydId you fellows pick out Euclid Beach parka temperance resort for your rnnvnn tlon Tho replyuast Because we are up against the bums every working day tit our lives and when we take a day off we want to get clear of the crowd Any man who can read English can see the moral In that reply without having It pointed out to him Unit Him Out Eh Miss Uroon what dam ye think That awry man o mine been on the spree again an got locked up In the polls of fice Then if I wls you Missis Tam son Id tang an ball him oot at ylnce Impossible wumman Impossible Vo llnna ken the quantity o drink he can put in him Me bale him Got I ralcht aweel try to bale the waterootoaslnk In manowar Na nal If the polls want him baled oot theyd better hang him up on a nail head downwards an let him drecp for u MonthSrotcll Vmcrican l e Divorce One Form of Polygamy By CARDINAL GIBBONS Divorce is a modified form of polygamy and the cancer of divorce is rapidly spreading oer the country and poisoning the fountains of the nation Inn opposed to any kind of a law granting divorce 1Vc arc confronted in this country by polygamy I mean thc polygamy that exists in every state of this union and there is no law against this kind of polygamy but rather laws that recognize it and make it possible There is a law against polygamy that ex ists in Itah Is not the law of divorce a vir tual form of Mormonism in a modified shape Mormonism consists of simultaneous polygamy while time law of divorce practically leads to successive polygamy Uach state n its statute books a list of causes or rather prc texts which arc recognized as sufficient grounds for divorce a vinculo There arc in all 2 causes most of them of a very trilling character and in some states as in Illinois and Maine the power of granting a divorce is left to the discretion of the judge Evidences arc accumulating each year that the cancer of divorce is rapidly spreading over the country and poisoning the fountains of the nation Unless the evil is checked by sonic speedy and heroic remedy the very existence of our family life is imperiled Ilow can we call ourselves a Christian people if we violate a fundamental law of Chris tianity And if the sanctity and indissolubility of marriage docs not constitute a cardinal principal of the Christian religion we arc at a Joss to know what docs Let the imagination picture to itself the fearful wrecks daily caused by this rock of scandal and the number of families that arc cast adrift on the ocean of life Great stress is justly lail by moralists on the observance of the Sunday But what a mockery is the external repose of the Christian Sabbath to homes from which domestic peace has been banished by the internecine war where the mothers heart is broken the fathers spirit crushed and where the children cannot cling to one of their parents without exciting the hatred or jealousy of the other And these melancholy scenes arc followed by the final act in the familv when the family tics are dissolved and the hearts that had vowed eternal and union arc separated to elect no more 10I This social plague calls for a radical cure and the remedy found only in the abolition of our mischievious legislation regarding divorce and the honest application of the Gospel If persons content plating tnarriage were persuaded thatonce united they were Icgall debarred from entering into second wedlock they would be more cit cunispect before marriage in the choice ofa life partner and would be more patient afterward in hearing the yoke and tolerating each others infirmities The Mission of Education By HON GROVER CLEVELAND ExPresident of the United States Tlic free public schools of the early simple days open to all were appreciated by all and in nn atnto splifrc of patriotism they taught all to become good citizens They created and fostered the democracy of American education in its broadest and bct meaning because their lessons anti influence enforced the truth that the highest purpose of education was the preparation of free men to do the work of free and independent citizens and that in preparation as well as in work there should be patriotic equality and brother hood If times have changed if we have outgrown the simplicity of our early national life ifwith the growth of abnormal enterprises and a mad struggle for wealth a constant and acute solicitation for time coun trys weal has been somewhat subordinated and if in our social and business life we can sec signs of a cleavage that may divide our people Into distinct and unsympathetic classes we should be watchful If with these things we also discover a movement toward a more general col legiate education we ought to regard it as another unfavorable symp tom if increased leading is to be made only a mere ornamental accom paniment to the unwholesome and pitiable ostentation of riches and prideIt should be the prayer of every patriotic citizen that American edu cation may never be so degraded that it may always remain true to its missiona steadying force against all untoward conditions that higher education as it becomes more accessible and widespread may recnforcc the firmness of our national foundations as they arc made to bear the increased weight of our countrys healthful development and that in the democracy of education our people may ever be gathered together under the sanction of enlightened and strong American citizenship Awakening ChinaB- y SIR SHENTINGLIANGCHINGC- hinese Minister to the United States The world is paying more attention to the Chi nese empire today than to any other country on the globe The China of yesterday is arousing herself to the fact that beyond lier own walled cities across the wide waters of the sea her western neighbors have some things which it were well that shi should pos sess It comes as an awakening to the great majority of her ninny millions of people that ouside of her own fair domain there can be anything to be desired without which the empire has existed for 4000 years Without doubt the war with Japan in 1805 did more to bring China to a realization of her own weak ness than anything that had occurred in her history and the Boxer iron ble of 1900 has resulted in creating vast trade possibilities and prepared the way for the industrial and commercial development of the country as an ordinary Cycle of Cathay could by no means have done Thcscj possibilities arc almost limitless China through all the ages of her history has lived contentedly within her owtt domain but now the con ditions arc undergoing a marvelous change Her people are eating of the fruit of the tree of western knowledge and it is creating within then the insatiable appetite that will lead them to cry for more v II IIII III11i101h r r j 1 Berea College Founded 1866 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALLIOver 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS It Applied Science Two years Course with Agriculture for young man Pficend Domestic Science for young Lndien Trudo School Crrrntrjr Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate Stato Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Jour years fitting for College for busineM and for rteaCol loco Gouraea Literary Scientific Classical loading to nacelme ate dfgroea Mimic Chornl free Rood Organ Vocal Piano Theory WII are here to hillall who will help thnmsolvnn toward a Christian edit cation Our instruction ia a free gift Students pay a small tncidimtal fee to meet nxpoosM of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Kxpetison for term Iti Weeks miiy be brought within MOO about SHi to bo paid in advance The School ia endorsed by Baptists Cluiatians Disciples Congregation alistii Methodists IresbyterinnH and good people of all denominations FM liromiim i fIt DL ADVICI iMrrulti SUMMIT WILL C GAMBLE 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next leaf was punted beaut i tub lithograph picture of apple blos none Tho business part of tho book began with a full psgo article on tho variety and attractiveness of meals The subject of bred was thon taken up stud treated in all its forms I next presented tho cook n full length portrait in all her regalia WUIIItractive by choice bits of poetry and good KK niH all applicable The advertising pages of magazines fur nish IIIBUV illustrations which are very pat From a magazine which Watt not worth preserving Icut wet tUllheHTair stylo and dainlioenN From a UoriHts paper I took illuHtratiouH of diniugroomMIHtartod it teemed that every paper and magazine contained aomethiug needed for my cook book Tho result lea hook no useful article and iiatereatitig that baking dRY in genuine dolightedtout of thoWioolmaamH cook book I and tho children are WHO that any thing cowing from that pretty book 1mUllt taste just lovely Selected +lalaaaaII HHIHHHl r The 10MISlUS CIIKEVKR MASON HH4IWHHHHHHHIIH1 Commercial Fertilizers IIV TITOU C II IKWI8i When used alono phosphoric acid phosphatejphosphate rock with sulphuric acid and containing about 11 per cent of phosphorus or as raw ground rock containing from 25 to JO per cent This may bo used to best advantage on peas or any other legume or on wheat when tho soil is rich in nitrogen It is of little value on corn itsolf and on moat crops should be used with potashor with potash and nitrogen A fertilizer with phosphoric acid 10 por rent and potash 4 per cent is good combination For corn n com t bination of two parts phosphoric acid Itwo parts nitrogen and ono part pot ash is tho boat while for cotton acid phosphate 10 por cent nitrogen per cent potash 1 por coat Another valuable experiment wit phosphoric acid in tho school garden is to show in plat or pot how it will cause plants to mature earlier and be of groat value on early gardens and other early crops POTASH As with phoshoric acid it is diiHcult to tell just when potash is needed Poor growth of legumes and ill favored fruit may bo taken as in dicating its need whilo as a usual thing sandy soil is poor and clay soil is rich in it As with phosphorus 1 experimentation is valuable i Analysis of tho soil will not alway- tell what its needs are as in mauy cases a supply will be found by tho chemist but it will not be available for plant food Every year more tha ono and a half million pounds of pot ash are sold from tho farms of the United Statue and there is very little t returned by natural processes so largo quantities must be furnished as com mercial fertilizers Continued 1 rHIHMlHHKHHIHHHJ JOHN WIRT DIWSMORB Editor IH+IHIIIHIIHIIPictures of Schools Wanted 0 I Ogg the ollicial Worlds Fair photographer for Madison county wants pictures of all the school build ings of tho county with tho children sitting or standing in front Teachers should not wait to bo visited by Mr Ogg but should notify him at once when they will bo ready to have pic tuies of their schools taken Wehopo to give names of photographers in oilier counties soon Maps for Schools Statestnail attached to rollers ready for im mediate use has been issued by tho Department of tho Interior Washing ton DCal1ll is sent by registered mail postage free to schools on re ceipt of SOc in postal money order made payable to tho Financial Clerk Department tho Interior Washing tOil D C At this extremely low prier every school should own one of these excellent naps Tho map has many special feature which wo hove not hmco to meniou and has along its lower border small maps of Cuba IPorto Rico Hawaiian Islands Phil ippines etc If the trustees will not buy one teacher and pupils can eas ily make up this small sum If it inconvenient to got tho money isI ono or two cent postage stamps mar be sent to Tile CITIZEN Berea Ky and the map will be promptly ordered mailed direct to you Let no school neglect this opportunity Popularity Contest Withdrawn ISo little interest was manifested by the educators of 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them call Idle li not lauds by the dUn and tin Kold that we clean Is not ell Farewell the deck anti the counter welcome the vine shadowrd ranch And a rolllcklne time like the old times with the barefooted boys In the ranchF I Stanton In Atlanta Constitution Boroa 6 Georgetown 0 Second half Georgetown kicked to Boreas 20 yard line Ball was not advanced lliuman gained 10 yards around end Vorheis went around end for five anti ten Ernst bucked through tackle for eight yards Berea advanced ball to Georgetowns 10 yard line where it was lost on a fum bio Georgetown was forced to punt Vorheis was downed with ball on Berens 10 yard lino Tho root of tho half was ono sided Thrice Berea after long runs carried tho bell to Georgetowns danger line and were penalized 80 yards each for holding offside and quarter running with ball Hiumau made gains around end of 20 and 10 yards Bonder car hriot hall to Georgetowns 8 yard line lliumHii lost 8 on end run Bender gained 10 on end run Ernst gained J on 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The farm is in good condition well water ed good fences 20 acres in fine meadow 50 acres in good pasture 65 acres for corn and wheat the balance finely timbered I have also for sale 0 head of mules and horses 25 head of cattle D5 hogs mostly fat hogs several haystacks about 200 bbls of corn farming tools mowing machine rakes wagon etc For further infor mation call and see me JOE BULLEN Rockford Ky o +oozo+oo+o+ o+o +oi o+o+o +o+oi o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o3 o+o +oz i 0 tI 0 Get your BULBS I t0 o o + Long- Distance Phono 0 183 0 Hyacinths Tulips Crocuses 1 Narcissus Chinese Sacred Lily 1ICut Flowers Palms Fernsa2 l Propoo- o f I8o +o +oi o +o + o+ ooio +oilo +o +o +o+ o +o +o +o + o+ o +o +oi oro+ ot HAVE YOUR MEASURETAKEN for your new Fall garments It is the only proper and sat isfactory way of buylnpyqur clothes being CLOTHES ARE ALWAYS MADE TO ORDER Make your selection from the taU oring line o- fSTRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 Good tailor for over a quarter century Youll find a world ure in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros faultless in style fit finish and materials Theyre so much better than the ordi nary run of clothes yet prices are astonishingly low and your perfectly in or dering because garments are not satisfactory you neednt take them WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU OUt GREAT LINE OF SAMPLES CALL ON IJ J Branamanl Ct IffIiEDFORDS BLACKDRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL L1VER MEDI reMrlN EIIsallow complexion dizzinessibiliousness aim a tongue are common indications of liver t and kidney diseases Stomachand bowel troubles severe as they are painbutjthough less painful at the start arc to cure lhldfords t BlackDraught never fails to benefit diseased liver and weakened kid neys It stirs up the liver to throw off the germs of fever and ague It is a certain preventive iofcholera and Bri hts disease of kidneys With kidneys reinforced by Thedfords lUack Draught thousands of persons have yetlowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an and saves many expensive rails ofa doctor Mulllni S C March 191 BlackDraughtfor to a doctor since have been taking It It Is the best medicine for me that Is kidneytroublucomplaints Rev A 0 LENTStJ 1 t J IJ THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publitbtr BEREA KENTUCKY A MODEL MAN A model man he seems to K- 1vo noticed him quite often and Thats lust how hI Imprctsts me I think his style Is elmply stand Me neither drink ncr snrar not vmokcf Was never known to mnVr a Nt Or tell those questionable jokrm As do tome people I have met He always wears the tame sweet smile A frown has never marred his facer have obrervrd him quite awhile And never knew him oT his base from most men Ive ever known Some ugly language I hate heard Hut temper he nan never shown lie never says an angry word tics pretty as a picture too Complexion rosy fresh and clear Such eyelashes you mklom view What ladles call a perfect dear Ills cloths are of the latest cut ties comnxj II faut from toe to toy It is n pity he is but A dummy In n tailors hop Chicago Dally Newt A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD AvtbrolAMasIArmTbeSomof rJieh vloi by It Lirpiecott cAlllinlleerwed CHAPTJU ix IN THE OKCHARD This is vastly more entertaining than any ball I ever attended even any first said Miss Densmore after they lied sat several moments in st tense Kossiter dreamily looking and listening and slue in a somewhat slm llur mood I suppose Kossiter replied thnt this is as much like a contra danco as anything we Lave in this country Its a pity that the men are so dread fully unptctiiresrpie A contradance Yes I should say so It is certainly quite ac minis fig Yell have visited other coon tries Mr Kossiter- Heforc his previous remark such n thing as his having been a traveler would hardly have occurred to her Yes crossed the ocean orceoI was thinking just now this scene brought it back to me I expect of n festu I witnessed one April day at TimiSoverin Were you ever there No I never was TIc then tojd her how he had nt one time been ascending the Danube had chanced upon a holiday gathering at the Iounianlan river town and had stopped oil to witness it lie de scribed the scene graphically the praxnntx dancing on the sward the fantastic music the bright costumes of the women and their curious held dresses some of the maidens wear ing stringH of tinkling Milns their dowries upon their plaited hair Miss Densmore xvatt deeply interested It neat leave been quite like some thing once saw iu Suabla she said Yes very likely What n strange puzzle this mnn was Miss Densmore could but think Not only did he pique her curiosity but Miunethlng more she began to leelattnicted towards him For the first time in her life It had been brought home to her that clothes do andPsociety she hail had small opportunity to See through personal contact ought but the silks Dud velvets of existence She had been often at the Morion form It Is true but never before to know anything df the real farm life anti elsewhere she moved only among time favored like her self She had been bars or less intimately a fI1allltcclwith many mon hind lad tiny admirers us a girl of her jittraeliveness was likely to have Two or three men she had at dilTcrent rtimrs fancied she lured but the fancy Jind somehow been dispelled before any irretrievable step was taken Though she hail pnyvrd her twenty fifth year and lad seen mush social life she still kept before her mental vision home of those rainbow dreams if youth that with ninny vanishere the age which she had attiiluuil Is roTclieiJtossitor was with tier n deeldodly Hnnllayfttrnuonyarded him somewhat wondcringly UK a man out of plow Once ill haul ocuurred ito her that he might be lnnsiueradiug but she put this thought aside Now rince she hind come to know him better she begun to sue that he had a history rthnit tIe was not Binply one who had thanrod to pick up title nail thin from books and through UH puwcj of adaptability make cuuulug use of what he had rend No he was to the manner horn a person at good breeding and of education hut whywith his pleasing stMrMu and poithOPJurd1hoDcst enough work but soot just what a rhea of Jtostslters tastes and acqulremanta wouldseek by choice Her few moments conversation oPIIirand only mused her to greater mar eel lie had shown her more of hula real self mints me rtulica weakness ft kit dbaracler than lie bad b J Z IOU tmyrfl tt HYrynne tSW he had qulttfi5 the world of his Wvth To the not ural ttrnc1Ioli roused by the ele ment of mystery encompassing him was nddod tire deep sense of gratitude which Miss Densmore felt towards him despite the fact that he hind so strenuously repelled any expression of It on her part Tier dreadful ex periencc nt the spring by the wood was to her like an evil drcamthrougli which Itosslter passed in the guise of n knight subduing the ravening dragon Though he hail only acted as any man of ordinary feeling and courage would have done under slml lor circumstances she could not but- Invest him with n certain hick of hero tern This however was In no wise patent In her demeanor towards hhn nnd her cousin hind several times upbraided her because she did not show In a greater degree an appreciation of Kossitcrs services Perhaps tar more than anything else she admired and respected him for his attitude towards herself and her cousin Newer once that she mold recall hall he presumed upon his xisltion to advance his acquaintance with them although it was perfectly evident that he found pleasure In their society and conversation Herein more than In aught else she told herself he rev sealed Ids Innate gentlemanliness The talk between Miss Densmore and rtosslter having touched upon foreign lands It naturally turned up upon places that were in common femillar He spoke with freedom aid ease upon remote scenes and customs of time delights and discomforts of travel but it was largely In an Impersonal way Whenever she tried to draw him out In regard to himself which occasionally she made an effort to do she met with but lit tle response How different she said llt length the life of n traveler Is the expe riences one passes through from the life one takes up on returning home I was at first sorely discontented after my first year of wandering and study to come back to so much that is humdrum and trivial And you Mr Kossiter I can hardly connect the happy pilgrim which you evidently were with the She hesitated for the word with which to complete her sentence for she did not wish to give offense With the pole puller he ox claimedYes with the pole pullerelnce you put it so the said try to connect them he naked I have felt all the time have been talking with you as though in comparing reminiscences with y QU mine were those of another person I have heard It advanced as a theory that all people pass through several existences in living one but have always regarded that notion as a vagary of the visionary- It Is n theory to which I can heartily subscribe Well I am Inclined to think my hoppicking experience may convert me toyour view I suppose one gar ners something from these various stages each with its new set of experiences If It were only the good that one gathered the agreeable that one recalled Isnt that a matter of the will nt least In part Im sure do not mean to carry away from my hoppicking existence ought but its happy phases Kossiter though looking at her in the flickering and lying lanternlight for the boughs obscured the moon beams and catching the outline of her delicate profile the poise of leer head and the witchery of that straying lock of hair told himself that among his gleanings from the hop fields there would certainly be one golden memory The music ceased suddenly evident ly In the midst ofa measure There seemed to be a commotion within Then lack Iarmelee appeared at the door followed by three or four men You go that way some of you he said pointing towards the upper corner of the kiln Ill take the lower side He was off as he spoke while twc of those who hind accompanied him were quick to do his bidding A third followed hard after Iarmeloe I cant Imagine what Ibis hap pened said Itossitor lint think it might hc well to go In Miss Densmore dung rather npr oiifcly to his arm as they walked to the minor of the kiln Within they found the dancers gathered In groups anti ItosKlter led Miss Dcnsmoro to wards those with whom Miss Mertou was standing She wasglancing about her anxiously Ah hose you are she exclaimed when she caught sight of her eouuin Thapewns decided note of relief In liar stone tTat wns It naked Kossiter MOh a horrid creature stuck UM head in at the window over there and frightened some of us replied Miri am glancing a little apprehensively at her cousin Miss iDcusniores cheeks grew all at once unwonlodly pale Im thankful J was not here she said with a little forced laugh KosHitar excused himself ami lams tejieJ to the door Without halfa ilonn of the inure curious men had- collected An KosHitcr joined them these rose the sound of a struggle below the kiln and they heard Jack- 1arrncJees vohie loud and stern Ml moved hastily in the direction tram which It prow edld As they gained the corner they made nut three men approaching followed clo ely by two others One of those In advance was IarincJce He was gripping the man next him by the shoulder and wrist vlille thin fndivldiiil wall held In similar fashion by Hit one walking upon the other slue An hind told JtOKiiter flat thin JntultlonI the commotion wan lU lutullion was correct The iff1 fIre whom Tirmelee and Ms compan ion were marching between them win none other then Hart Dawson nnd more like a wild animal he looked than a human being The group of which Kossiter was a member parted allowing the two men and their prisoner to lines You will come snoopln around scarln honest folk will you you hairy ape lUirinclcc was saying The place for you and all like you is the jug and an nll tired pity it li we cant spare the time to take you there lint Ive a little medicine thatll teach you not to show your ugly mug here again Hey Dick Whlttlesey wheres that oxgoad Ill git ItMalel the man addressee one of the farmhands close at Par melees heels Captors and captho and the attendant onlookers among whom was Kossiter were nearing the roadway gate when Whlttlesey returned from his errandGive the goad and take hold lucre for n minute said Iarmelee- Whittlosey did as commanded Now well move on Iarmelee con tinned Presently the four were standing In the middle of the road while the spectators paused in the gateway rnrmelee got a firm grip on Dawsons coatcollar at thin back of his neck When 1 give the word you men let go he cried They made ready to spring buck Now he exclaimed nnd the next Instant the whistling goad wound around the legs of the struggling tramp In vain did he ntrlve to turn and close with Mr Mertons over seer He waR in thin grip of one more ties his equal in strength who had over him a distinct advantage Again nnd again the goad descended and then at length Iarmelee released hlx hold Whiskers wheeled ns though he would leap upon hula chins titter hilt the merciless good cut lain stingingly across his cheek and he ran howling and cursing into the night CHAPTER X PASSING DAYS Itosslter had Ida third dance with Mss Densmore but he saw that it was an effort for her to go through the changes Indeed the spirits of the whole company had fallen many degrees Miss Mertons friends de clared tlat they must be going home and with their departure the two girls retired to the house Kossiter lingered a few moments in the kiln after they left and then sought hicot He could not sleep how ever and as the muslo Ktlll continued his thoughts drifted with it up und down the gamut of the nights lisp penings He wondered if Miss Lens more would be able to curry out her determination to keep from the store of her hop pieking experiences naught bnt the pleasant for her treasure lrove of memor He feared this was little likely though he real- Ized that shin was n girl of strong will In Mich matters however the mind cannot be coerced Then he be gan to query what part if any he played in that which she would re lain and cherish He was now past calling himself a foul for dwelling upon her He had suddenly assumed a different attitude in this regard He would indulge In the luxury of playing the moth There was a fine exaltation in being singed at so bright a flame and It no one save himself was aware of the singeing what did it matter Late in the night a soft raiu began falling and its monotone lulled Kos alter to sleep I trthlngWDII drip ping In the morning and no one turned oat early for picking was impossible Ky three oclock however u portion of one yard which stood up m high ground was Kufficlently dry under footso work was here re sinned All the land near the house devoted to hops hind by this time been cleared and the pickers were obliged to walk a considerable ills lance from 1he farm buildings before reaching the scene of their efforts KosHltcr taught but a glimpse or two of Miss Densmore on the day fol lowing the dance as the and Mss Merlon did not go Into thin fields He hud a bright nod from her as he was hurrying by the house on an errand for Iarmelee and again in the evening spoke an instant with her and with Miss Merton upon the porch On Saturday however both glrU were once more picking In fact they were out earlier than commonSee ambitious we are getting exclaimed Miss Merlon as gOIllImornlngllosltll Densmore Wo counted up our lldcetH last night and calculated how much money we were likely to Lire at the end Ive spent mine in toy mind n doyen times ulrradalldshe gave one of her infectious little laughs That day was one of delight to KoRtJtcr Both of the girls were as blithe as birds and ho caught something of their gayety Only ace was there any reference to thin occurrence ivhhh had In n measure marred the pleasure of the hopdance Mss Merlon huJ walked across to ehat a moment with Mrs IJecraft to whom she had taken n fancy and whom she recalled from the preccd lag year and Kossiter chanced to be stripping a pole near the hof the two girls WI wanted to ask you question said Miss Densmore when allIIW he hind finished Miriam Ix not In clined to talk about It for fear I suppose of disturbing me llut wasnt thnt man the other night the same one who Yes Interrupted Itosslter not waiting for her to complete the sentence There seemed to hI no other way but to bt perfectly rank vjUj her Hut hell not crniw nocrpttf round ngain as Mr Parmelee says I heard wlmt Jack did I wondei If It was the wisest course to tnkcl Anyhow I should be afraid to turn such n creature loose after It The sumac thought Lad occurred to Kosslter but he did not acknowledge it Whiskers hitter vlndletlveness he did nut doubt Fear of being caught was the only thing tint would deter him from attempting sonic sort of revenge Indeed that Ind unready occurred haul Itosslter but known It which went far towards disproving his assertion in regard to Dawsons reappearanceAs nud Joe Itecrafl were walking towards the sleeping quarters of the men that night the1 THEim WAS A VAIK OK HVES UOIUV INTO MB fancied they detected n figure In the shadow of n tree near thin lower rear corner of time hopkiln Wed better see who that is raid Kossiter there may he some mU chief going on here As they advanced the figure emerged from the gloom und came to meet them Its me said Vanatlees jolty voice just bavin a look round Curie Into the kiln a minute Thul bidden theywent along with him You go out back there Purmele said to n farm hand whom they found within and keep your eyes open The pungent smell of the drying hops permeated the air Iarmelea opened the dour which led down lute the floorlcds space where tilt huj store stood to see that the draughts were right nud the fire hot Sul phur fumes trout two pans upon tlla stovetop were rising thickly and a little blue streamer flouted out lute the haling room of the kiln Iarmele Hlamnied the door nnd turned to words Kossiter and Ueernft I was lyin Herr hint night on the bunk yonder said he with u jrrk of hit thumb long about two oclock Id just got n fresh kiln on an the fire till fixed an had told Dick Whlttlesey to watch It an was thlnkin that mebbe Id here a little snooze when I happened to glance over to the window there the same one where that hairy devil poked his head In tother aightiut- I swear there was a pair of eyes born into me They were gnnn quicker than a poleeat but I can tell you it didnt take me lung to get out there after VVL There wasnt a sign of anybody however hut as I stood pentium the dark I thought I heard a queer sort o cracklln an thin there was a little gleam of light behind the kiln ITo lie Continued llmril In llfrralnr In his great narrative poem Enoch Arden Tennyson describes the shills wrecked mnrlner on hula lonely Isis sitting still in his long wait fur u sail that the golden lizard on him paused I have often wondered how Tennyson got that Idea and whether he was justified In It Do liardi vet run up onto human bciug and wait there for their Insect prey ICiully ilronto represents the sinister hero of Wiithering Heights ax standing still no long In his agony and coming to look so unlike n human being that- a building thrush if remember rightly U seen to perch upon him Hut a lizard seems even less likely In this connection than u bird line ever us we not lunching on n sunny bank the other day my companion suddenly gave a little scream and cried Oh what curious thing on your arm looked down and thcro was u common lizard with its head oddly twisted on one side The move ment disturbed my littln visitor which darted over my shoulder and In an Instant or two hind disappeared whlhthroatedIhad spelt and admired HH bright iy nnd Its greeny coal London Kx press Ill inoiiili itofk- Knvlronmcnt hue n great Inlliicnca over the minds of children in de termining what sort of kuowledgo they assimilate The 1hiludejphla Telegraph reports this iueidsiil the seem ot which WOK the public school In n district where mill the residents ure skilled In funning A Slag rnleitig wus heldmit the rchoollionsc and utter thn hammer hud been tiling to the breeze there was an exhibition of the drawings which the pupils hud made thud this work they hud Joie during the year The teacher had recited to the class the story of the landing of the Ill grime and after she hail finished she requested each pupil to try to draw froth his or her Imagination a picture of Plymouth hack Most of them went to work at oneo hut one little fellow hcsltaUd and as length raised hula hand Well Willie what N II kdt- hh tloehlrILe draw a hen or rou Uf j A Sweet Tootht Is responsible for many aches and paint But whatever tho cause of decay it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in hOOd condition Wo clean nil or extract teeth with out pnin to mho patient Our fine sots of teeth nt JS made on xylonite or rubber art absolutely per feet Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 2ii ceuU The best amalgam filling 70 cents Special acv cotnmodntiotis for patients from a distance who write ftr appointments Dr V A Hobson KyIa EN GSUT PR rmelrtauaITrsJiatkrnry 1icomnuloallne with lb pubttbr or tbb Ntrheeoreb mad rrporion IIotadirt- rSWIFTSCO f1Op- p us Patent Otece iVssbbilom 0 C For n pleasant physic take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet Easy to ttko rieaNtut in effect Kor sale by S E Welch Jr Stmt ours met mud rind fur TELEPHONESComplete ENb pair tt lhont utntdI41ate4 with WIh- log nwuuo Ibtanroa- ran tut u um ur r a 1ne hOt1rcI 1ft1cull L rwmpim tiuini In IIMII mad h tbfIMaluaNem 1Jrpal I4CO i fret al4 Tat l 5pu ml tint 1 IU JO SID1llvieytsts CLrtlmmrAL EMOW Jtrr fr 1noNciriA IXIIIIVILLR Kr Tlio lf tlmt lurch without leaving n scar Is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to many Salvos but DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ill the only Witch Hazel Salvo made that contains the pure unadulterated witch If any other Witcli Hazel Salvo is offered to you it is a counterfeit KC DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DoWitta Witch Hazel Salve in the best salve in the world for cutn burns bruises tet ter or blind bleeding itching nnd protruding piles Sold at East End Drug Co mUREPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and bome woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dresi linsej jeans blankets etc at follow fug prices Coverlids f 110 f6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linney 0 cents o yard Jeans GO cents a yard Claukete natunl brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair While linsey and white blauketn rro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 unites wide and 2i yards 00 incline long All dyE used must be old fashioned Lome made dye- Auywomanwhowante to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave ot spin For information apply in per IOU or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Bores Ky Qntncd Forty Iuiinil In Thirty Uara For several months our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion He tried several remedies but got no relief from them We pur chased some of Chamberlains Stoin tcb and Liver Tablets nud he commenced taking them Inside of thirty days be had gained forty pounds in flesh He in now fully recovered We have a goodtrrde on the Tablets HOLLY BROS Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by S E Welch Jr i MONUMENTS gram Neadatonea kUtuir t Crnlt and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike mnnner At run uonnbU prices and with diiipatch All work guaranteed by M GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttoratrol laln1 Rollins apes L A Jiar minlhcr uf ltkr ipluiou Mrs rilmer of Cordova IOWA says Ono of mr chitdron was subject to croup of a severe type and tho gir lug of ChniuborlainH Cough Keuiody promptly always brought relief Many mother in thin neighborhood think the Maine I do about thin remedy and want no other kind for their children For unit by S E Welch Jr 4 r u DR M Er JONES je Dentist OSice Over minting office Office Days Wednesday in eon ol the week- GARf1ET HOTEL Newly filled up Monl Hoard Audi Lodging at opulnr prices Second lit oppoit Court UOUH Itichmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop ul Who would keep their children in good hurtlth should watch for tho first symptom of worm nail reuravo them with t1hitta Create Vermifuge It is the children best tonic It gotH digestion at work that their food lode them good and they grow up healthy sad strong Lo at the Knit End Drug Co I THIS IS TilE TIME FOR f t IWinter C tRobes t I 11n are showing the largest flint that was over brought into 4 the city of Richmond i 1 Wo mute the public to cull f and inspect our line 4 t fTHEY 1RANGE PRICE iItT J A10BORLEY t Main Street Richmond Ky H It llun lllBlit In the Spot When pain or irrilaion exists oa any part of the body the application of Bollards Snow Liniment will give prompt relieII It goes right to the spot said an old man who was rub bing it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith proprietor Smith House Penaha Texas writes II I have usetl1 Ballards Snow Liniment in my farni ily for several years and hero found it- to be a true remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend it for paine in the throat and cheat25c 60c ind Zl at the East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty Sole agents for Banner Cream Bread orrosui UURDCTTUS HILL J Faer n RANDY FRUIT PICKER Far Orrnklniinl fur II Cnii DP llrrom ItoIl The cut Is engraved partly from a with model of the hook part sent tin by n orroHiKindent It consists of a irongul wire hook with small open iDOUlhrd bag beneath both attached a lo n lung handle or pole Its method iff uao Is shown In the rut It has lung tun in Hranlonal use and Is kept OIKIliiKNCY Kill IT IKKKH- on halo except the handle at most large hardware nlorin Ina prlnclpu uvn U for picking k few very tin- ellcelmensnut olhtTWIii ucvetlbe ex perpt by slinking mid too valuable to ilmko und bruise We hate long had une but wo ldolllII It The humai hand an rrarh nearly nil upeclmeiv from a well waile and Nklllfully set ladder All of our picking lidden mne eradually in n point at the top and can bo run anywhere through u Iroo or be set In quite n small crotch If tho ladder U set vary nearly plumb the pre iuro iiixin the crotch or llmli very slight and thn human hand Oioth hands with basket hooked on ladder round or htintT by strap snap and ring around the plckrrv neck and nhouldor ean plrk ten tunes all fast and will AS any picking hook ur Jrflfo AC have errr IIIMIOhlo TAuacrGREEN FOOD FOR PIGS Ilnltllh ttor 1711 nl turn of lion lit Mnkr 1Les nd III rrllnil Iurt Y A writer In the lu don J Ave Stork inriml who t ms to rniking out of bOw a exp ci1ellcmaymi Now It Is qiHHJlonnlili whether lluft IB a lx ttfr and cheaper way of leaking pork than to grow a field or two uf roM clover or gram and clover root i Unt and run therein a number of mrong yonng nhotrs diirhiKthe summer months ihnttlng tlxiii up for a period of from six to elKht wkln the au tumn and feeding llnun un sumo good Iutt ulni food when they will be ready for tin butcher A pig should make good pork riitinlnK from Il4ol2stone Inret Inwlines Indicated Frante bone and form ran developed to perfection nnd good pasturage combined with n dally feed of grain foul or milk und mrUl While juxxl rrats clover nr vetches and clover make twuetlunt pasture rape glen mill tatter results rigs thrive and f tnl on It amazingly A fnrmor a neighbor of mine who keeps- a herd uf nppruxlmftt41y 2W pigs ip aks In the hlghetit terms of rnpo as n green food for them 1ta a useful crop In other ways asI bmW exeeedlnglv well on ItIt would really npjwnr that the sys tem of grazing pUtn coilld be extended from tin present narrow and restricted llmltu with derided ndvantage A Held or two of rape rlorrr lc forBUtnmer pasturing Kith perhaps urn acre or of artichokes In addition would well repay cultivation wLeTe pigs urn kept In nny number SEVERE ROOT FRTJKING e7 len tin ahoy SdvarttM wnd Cpeelnlly tprlleatlc Vii4e- Ihule I aatp The advocates of stu Tnotipiimtng for runes being tranKplutrted seem to ie Inrrcoeluv in number According to Luthtr lUirbank Iblmi itjKtem Isespe dally advantageous fur plkiitlnK hairy climates In a treat IIHUU hf the Rural New Yorker he wo Avery rxperlenifd unrseryinan trtnxi iitll the Ftnall tilde roots oft his iimn 3 ntocl jhtfon planting This Is a imlvtiul fiittom nod In my experineutn I hxvc found that fevdllngs and very young tees should always be trrttad Ui tills way under all rlroumstancrfs Ajoui r leiiilllng tree wfcJrh has Sail its jtootc rut off to wlthlu a few Inches Jt the cMHir and the top almost wholly ro roovd will In nit cases make a far bclla growth than the one pUrjted with nil Its roots even If the top fthculd Ibe removed Of cowse It Is ueee wiry Ho remove the top In proportion to the stravRewfary to prune th3 are to be planted on land that has little moisture near too surface For hciree8 hiving many xlde roots divide their forces In starting In all directions Instead of making a good substantial main lap meat which the eIoitly pruned needling wM always proceed to do Though of universal application these fart are especially applicable to dry climates like California and Texas The man who takes care of your doJry jews should le i gentle man t II z lB lltiil q T = CONDENSED MILK TRADE Farm 1aper Knuuieralei eer1lleBiiiiii fur the riirnoiueiml Orutvlhof Ib liiiluitrj U Is doubtless true that the demand for condemned milk Is on the Increase A good many famlllen that once used cows mine now use rondenacd milk Recently the writer vUltcd a friend living In a small Michigan town and was surprised to see condensed milk on the table Cows milk was ulso on the table but the family used mostly the condensed mill Taking things Into consideration they regarded time condensed article AS cheap all the other though prices for the latter were very reasonable The Formers Hevlcw gives several reasons why a largo number of people prefer the condensed milk In the first piece they assume that It lifts been heated to a point that kills all germ life which probably It nut true In the second place they believe that thu mill from which this condensed article was made In cleaner than the milk germ orally obtaluxhlennd this Is certainly true Tim public has wlfhln a few years heard s great deal about tho tlllhy conditions In which many of our dairy herds lite and produce milk and they are fleeing from such milk It is also quite generally known that the condt using factories are very exacting In tho urutter of the milk they use A trip among the suppliers of milk for condomtlng factories shows white washed MuliloH welllighted and well vmitllatod barnyards well dretned and cleanly kept mill cans perfectly clean and bright and cement cooling tats In width Is running cold water The mill Inspectors do not hetttale to or der the methods that will give clean mill where ordering Is necessary We have known the milk of farmers refuted because they would not put In a ventilator Fur such reasons the companies that moke condensed mil find time demand for their goods ton ktontly Increasing The cen un cf 1S90 xhowvd an annual production of 37 326 821 pounds of condensed milk the cen sus of 1900 showed an annual pro duet ion of 1SCP2I787 pounds an Increase of nearly 600 percent- COMFORT IN MILKING Slonl Tim I null the full In Curia fiirlnlile Itiillliiii Mini Yl la IUH In Vrlulit A stibslantla milking stool adds greatly to comfort In milking Mine holds the pall In a convenient position is light und a great aid when u num her of rows are being milked The bent pieces c r may be procured at any wagon sloop by using pieces of broken wheel rims Care should be talati to Mt then far enough back M 94 IDKAL itllKINM STOOL the pall can rest all It should on piece b The Iron 3 ow b to hold the pnll nhotild Ui made ot n blacksmith shop but n piece of hoop Iron answers tbt purpost very well The hand holes u a non convenient Time neater It It mulo the less dirt and bacteria will collect in the Joint and It will be more mtUfartory In every way A inllkmr stool Is used twice a day on most farms the year around It pays to have much things rlnht The first cost III a trifle more than a makeshift but It hi cheaper In the endA U Shearer iln Farm and Hume DAIRY AND LIVE STOCK If a bare has a fondness for hlsiman ger or his harneM rub them lightly with biffi gall Hy lipeplng your horses shut tip Iu a dark elableyuumny permanently liijut their IKti If short of ibHiUlltiR shake It out care ftiliy every anornlug and let It dry tint through the day Little specUsinr finger prints on butter put It out of the fret quality grailonitd Injure the makers reputation If there Isgyatpace under the lnaniem In which the Jiuree can possibly net Ms head fast bettor change things No we would Jiot sell wheat at70c- enls a bushel and nbuy u1111dllllllIlIorn per hucdredwolglit feed to fatteuliui hogs figs that make llialr appearance late autumn are a ltht of tremble aitd extrl1carelIncomfortable quartan Why not fatten tailvua In warm stalls In winter wbrui veal sells at u goid price We know a man who does hits selling hiM whole taJIk at time creatnct And fenlliiR his skim milk to calves Ho t padding his bank Account rapidly anu Journal tlreil Drperdan llm Irr A physltlan who tad made a special Kludy of dietetics ogee said tbat Aircad as- a food was chiefly valuab as a vehicle for butter He regarded butter as out of the best curbonawoiis toads given to rain He condensed form and dost Ible quality furnished heAt undevergy In pleasant and palatabV farm Cheese la a protein food Milk It a iwrfect food for adult humans as well as children and calves With good old cheese and choice new butter tho staff of life Ii mainly filling We venture time statement that the much exploited modern breakfast food are chlerty valuxbU If J vehicle for wain Rural World THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the liilrrnnlliiiiHl Trie fur NutriiibiT I t04181utld- nod tliinlum TILE 11SSON TIXT I Hum 16IK And It came to pass after tills that Abrulom prepared him chariots und liorsm and 10 men to run before him = And Absalom ruse up early and stood beside time way of the Kate and ll wits 10 that when nny mrn that hail a con troversy came to the king for Judgment then Abfiilom railed unto him and said Uf what city art thou And he sold Thy ervunt In one of tilbra of Israel 3 And Alualom mid unto him Her Ihy mutter ure good und right but there Is no mnn depute of the king 10 hear thee I Abmlom sold moreover Oh that I Kire tnndr judge In the lund that every man which hutli any suit or souse mlKht cmt unto me and would do him Justice 6 And It Will no that when any man ame nlKli to Win to do him obeisance he put forth his hand und took him ami- daUsld him a And on this manner did AbKolom to all Israel that same to the kinK for JudR nirnt to bon stole the hearts of the men of Irruel- And It citrus to JKII after W years hat Absalom said unto the king pray ihte let me and pay my vow which hoe vowed unto the lord In Hebron Kor thy servant vowed a vow white abode at lehur In Hyrla uylnK If the Lord shall bring me aKaln Indeed to Jeru lalem then wlil verve the lon t And the king slid unto him Oo In Ifiiie Ko lie arose and went to Hebron lo Hut Atxalotn sent pin throughout ill the tribes of Israel saying As soon i v e hear the sound of the trumpet then yb nhnll say Abrulom relKiieth In Hebron II And with Absalom went ltd men out N Jirufflttrn that were railed and they tvem In their simplicity and they knew not HUM hint IS And Absalom sent for Ahlthophel Tlienlte PavMH ouiuellor from his city tveti from fJilcli while he offered urlHCM And the coixprury was strong for the peepe inrreaied continually with Ab salom oo1111Y TrTlloioir thy rather mill III nuillirri Ilinl thy days m My lir ii UK upon Hit it ml ullrh the lnril Iby lioil ulvrlli IhrrIt211I2OITIINK OP BrilUTPItK 8KCTION At alom Duvld Traitor Mon Bum 1JH Abnulom Conrplracy The Prepara tion JSam I51C- Ol ii Ktbelllon Sum lS7li NOTK8 ANUCOMJIKNTS 2 Sam 13 14 Absalom the third toil of David was tall and handsome winning In his manner and as friendly with the poorest of the people as he was with the members of the aristocracy lie was an Ideal prince so far as graces tad accomplishments were concerned Ills first prominence In the storyis In rannccllon with his murder of the rown prince Ammon Ammon was tho ton of uric of Davldn wives and Absa torn of another and tlure was constant jealousy between the children of the dif ferent wives of the harem Ammon wronged Abftiloms slater Tamar in a most outrageous way and as David who should have punished the offender weakly did nothing about It Absalom vowed vengeance and after waitingtwo years for the opportunity hilled his half brother whom he had invited to be his Sliest at a feast In his country house Instead of being third In the order of succession he was now second or per haps Mrtit for strangely enough Davids lecond son drops out of the history entirely though his death Is sot recorded lie probably has his vye on the throne at this time Hut however that may have been he had killed the heir to the throne und fearing the Indignation of the people fled to Syria After three years he was recalled by David and in two years more restored to full favor at court Hut his respect for his father had weakened and during the years of exile be lost what little love he may have had for himCh 1516 From the very day of his reinstatement Absalom seemn to have been plotting to relze the throne Ills motives wore probably four 1 A desire to income king at once without waiting for David to tile 2 contempt for the way In which his father had fallen under the Influence of Bathsheba he latest addition to his harem and iupplclon that David would male her child rather than himself the next king 3 a feeling that David had wronged him III banishing him for avenging the outrage to his sister which according lo immemorial custom was a kinsmans duty to do u feeling not wholly self ish that he could and would govern bet ter than his father whosesensual nail greatly weakened his character tint made him lax In the performance of duty Absaloms methods were those of the demagogue Ills chariot and footmeu correspond to the ward politicians silk hat etc Stood beside the gate Dn time road by which those having drains to present before the king would go to the palace Thy matters aru good Flattery Rat there Is no man deputed An attempt to poison the minds of the people against the ling Ch 15712 After forty years Some manuscripts read four years If forty U correct It would refer to tho years of Davids reign If four to the years of Absaloms plotting Thy servant vowed a vow Abraloms tone Is dutiful to his father and pious In the extreme lit has been called the Judas of the Old Testament Spies Se cret emissaries Two hundred mOil that were Invited Probably prom inent men They hind not taken side with Absalom but the general public would suppose they bud and the effect would be time same Tho plot was worked out In n masterly way crud litI thn close of this lesson seems ulmoU certain to succeed JUACTKAI StJuniiSTlONB- Vcak Indulgence and partiality to the cnlld may result In hitter fruitage for the pamits The ton who U not compelled to obey and reepwt his father may cdhie to hate himAny mans motives may welt be sus pected who la profuse In his protesta tlous of friendship A son rebelllnK against n good mind Iviing father A son rebelling against bU Jtcavenly Father The error of one mumebeo weft the sorrow at a whole lifetime 7 INTERESTING DISCOVERY Clilcnun rriifrcnor Irotes IUlRI IlKIC CUB II f rtrlti eil liy Llieiuliul Aurnilm The announcement was recently made that Irof Jacques Loeb In a series of experiments he hall just com plated at the University of Califor Din succeeded in demonstrating that the eggs of animals containing both sexes can be fertilized und developed Into animals through physical and chemical agencies technically arti ficial parthenogenesis From these experiments Dr Loeb makes the deduction hat if science ever acquires positive evidence mak ing for the solution of the secret of a biogenesis that Is the fertilization ol eggs of animals where the sexes are separated It will be through artificial parthenogenesis This latest discovery of Dr Loch Is in direct sequence In a line of Investi gation already carried to satisfactory conclusions In the cage of echynoderms and annelids By the manipulation of sea water through various chemicals he produced a solution Into which the eggs of these animals were placed Then without tho intervention of any mimic principle these eggs proceeded to develop In the same fashion as If they had been fertilized DIES FROM GOLFSTICK BLOW Iiillilileltllilu Girl llni Lockjaw uc ltr ull WUIcli Trrutlunlr In llrr llruth A blow from a golf stick wielded by a playmate caused the death the other afternoon of IteMc Herman 14 years old of Philadelphia The blow severed the main artery In the girls lelt temple and tctaivis resulted The Irl8 mother told the lollowltiK story of the acci dent Keccntly my daughter wits playing golf with two children at Sharon lull when one of the boys In swinging cleek struck her on the temple inflicting a large gash She fell to the ground and was carried home where a physician dressed the wound and she appeared to be all right Last Monday night Dct was playing the piano and singing when suddenly she Flopped and grew deathly white asked her what wcs the matter but she could not ajiswci me and we found she had lo kjtiw The girl was rushed to he unherslty hospital A singular feature Will that Just before death she opened her eyes and recognizing her mother said Hello mamma time grip on her jaws leaving apparent been released USE DERRICK TO BURY A MAN Odd IViilnm nt liitrriiirnl of 1eua- 5Ituultut ttrlghluaOtrrI4e lliiiulrril Iuunds lit time presence of 3000 person and with the mild of a derrick Iennsyl anlas heaviest man Wilson Llpplncott weight 5GO iioundH was burled In Ulst jl ccm eury the other day Thirteen of the boroughs largest men weighing over 2000 pounds nil told acted as pallbearers and carried the Immense colBn prom the cemetery chapel to the grave At the place of burial Instead of the big 13 Charles Yearaens UrlstolF smallest man had charge of the derrick which with block and tackle was easily made to lower the body Into the grave The roirin metiKured three feet tour inches wide and deep and seven and onehalf Iect long The grave was five by nine feet A Gentle AVnrnlntr Since that man shot his wife think ing she was a burglar remarks the Chicago Dilly New s women will be tsar careful how ifcev ti t rough heir hits bands pockets MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 22 CATTLE Common f2 45 fJ 3 25 Heavy steers 4 30 4 40 CALVES Extra 7 00 Vj 7 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 5 70 Mixed packers 5 40 W r G- OSiIEEPFxtra 3 15 ii 3 25 LAM US Extra b 15 mi 5 25 FLOUR Spring pat 4 50cj 4 95 SCV1NoCOUN No 2 mixed 40 3C1i1tlNo2HAY Ch timothy ITIS 25 IOUK Clear family M3 55 lAUI Steam ii 7 25 lUJTTEil Ch dairy fij 12 Choice creamery 6T 2- 3AIIJESFancy 2 50 2 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 75 Gd 2 00 TOHACCO New 350 Q 00 Old 5 S 5 C5 Chicago FLOtJIl Winter pat 4 00 ff 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red50sGD 82 No 3 spring S4 COIIN No 2 mixed OATSNo2 mixed KYB No 2 MVi- POHK Mess H 10 jjll 12 iLAUD Steam 4712p 50 New York FLOtlll Win strts 3 SO di 4 00- 1VIIEATNo 2 red i 8- 5COHNNo2 mixed I 5114 OATSNo 2 mixed fv 42 UYE Western S 02 POitliMess 13 25 i 13 75 LAND Steam 7 40 Baltimor- eWiIEATNo 2 red 8- 4CORNNo 2 mixed 8 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 41 CATTLE Steers 4 5 00 IIOGSWestern 65 Louisville WHEATNo2 red JJ 85 COIIN No 2 mixed p 47 OATSNo 2 mixed Q 40 POUK Mess 013 00 lAltDSteamof 7 75 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red 3 81 COIIN No y mixed 4C OATSNO 2 mixed JV 3GV NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCUOOL EXIt SEAdue tint dal of term College Aciwl d Ap Hclce Model Let Norm Normal Schools A Oratn Incidental Fro Sic t to 51 J M HotnltalFee 25 25 S Itooli pa stimnatcd J IS 2 125 zI Total icboo- lBzpensec 90 f03 600 400 For pIsno xerocrnpliy and other extras ste Special Kipcntm below LIVING EXPBRSESBoatd due In advance by month Room Itnt by term lluaril room fuel and Ill IU 821 for tall and mpringiII55awttkllafur winter term fitO week point In the villfgi allowed In approved plaeesvadesin price according to accommo dation fnnilfhcd- Ailillug there living exjn ee to school expenses tte and To be paid tbe fret day Including Idepoilt In Collegiate lH artmtnt SSOiO Academy and Latin Normal IliiIO Applied Science Normal and firammiirllTZ1 Jlndcl Schools IS20 In winterIAmoreSoreneh No student can ba received who fails to make this advance pay meat Total Ordinary Eiptnws for Weeks areseen to IK In Collegiate l ejartinent IX Academy and IJill u Normal 129 Applied Sclcncx1 Norinal and Grammar i Model Schooli Jii In winter tines duller irate fur each Students paying hoard nom rent In full for a tern at the t clnnirt receive a discount ol shy cents Students duly excused before the end of n term receive back an equitable rtIon of the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocal or Special Theory 24 Ics ons hour class of three Organ Violin etc rl4 lc oni elaIf three Slenonrapliy or TriwwrltlnirptT terra Claw worn In Harmony son te1 Plano or Typewriter II hr a day i fa Use of orvan U a day 200 Kent of lode Library ir term 50 Chemical Laboratory according to material find Lrenkicc about goo Physical and Jllcrofcoplcal laboratories per term loo Material In drawing per term Examination except on appointed Maya 23 Graduation Yet tUlllegru vllh diploma ba YeARSI I TRADC MARK DESIGNS dieIiBTtnilnn prr MtcnUhla Oinmianlr tonelrietyeon donlla4IlanibonkonIhU- n4rnthaOidetaaneytareesrwgpatlu u lyMtalnaltea wltbrnitcliafm the Scientific JHncricatt A Kaadionitty IIHrtmled voMtr Largest rirrnUtlnn or ant xtontme 1nrnaL Ternn U a ear roarlonlbeb ioidbsinewadeal- ersAIUNMCod tM Wasfclaoioo JLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE IRAILROAD Tim labia IH Effect May 24 90S Onlor NnrlH Train 4 llllfj Leave Bolos 3 20 n in Arrive Richmond 3 Ifl a m Arrive Paris 60511 mi Arrive Cincinnati 1JOU1 nIyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Anive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati fiX p mi OitllfJLeaveArrive Livrgatoe205 p f IrallyLoaveArrive Livingaton12 30 n mJ Trains No 1 and No ft makn cont nection at Livingston for Jellico ami tbe South with No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agentj FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIRIALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID Sebool ehndten amt pIIlma Invited to vote toj popularInrents each ten exit at ate time AU money over aid- aTore trip expenses of teach ers lo Into er of the Kentucky Building tt the Ex a atrefecttonhof- knowing ten tbe s aworthyauae apd- important object have been aided ot the ntne time a ann le teacher haa receited rerognltion Contest eonidueled under auspices EIucmtlonol mlltee of Kentucky Fxlilbll Association the osnn bUo forned to raise mmcrn fora Kentucky Uuildfne and foil of the States proj belJlrepproprltlonSlatewhelhtTleacherinpnb He or cchoou ors lIUlutlcllproleltanl i lixblbtt Names of alt school children vottnir to be eeroUed in the Kentucky Bnliainjr at the Hxpoi ton Kentucky will have an educational exhibit occupying ajoo feet ol space in tte Valace of Education The Bipotltton ii to be the International eeentintheworldahf tort The no teachers to the Fair Ever county elctl ill owo 1001 POPuluwuraloTbecouolyoutlldeoJcfIeVilon caIUOglhelargr number of votes will be allowed to two the aecond mwYtl popular TBS TOTES WILL DC TEN Mara EACH TO COXSIITUTUQ A BALLOT At ten cents each every school child In the Btate trill be able to rut at lest one vott fbt Irta or her favorite teacher liut the voting will Dot be confined to achocl children ocivitlon tgenerally at well at by the school children Bllota contain ten spates ro clubs or tru pupils may be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with sis or tier vote If one rloo de sire to cast ten voteflt be done writing hit or her same on one of thug one dollar Itlsnotrequired that lhenameofthepenonvotingbegiveoatalt aOdltmJljrf for voters name be ten blank Tbe AsaoclaUon wanu however to iitheALL EXPENSES OF THE TElCUEttS WILL BK PATB bJtbe AatccUtlon This will Incline railroad transportation from LoulnUtelo 8L Loul lad nlll board at ODe oj the bel hotdl ta the dly for six days and admiasion to Ike exposition ground for six days THREE PARTIES WILL DE JUDE upno TRB lOSTrflrVLHtTZACBIMtomAethetrlVj more profitable sod more enjoyable Each of theie parties will coositt of forty so teaclien Tble would nuke a total oll bat a there are only coundeo in Kcntuckythe Aatccl PfromtimeteederwtlhecorsiUmcsaVotes an be c fdordgivestheteaceofa I the vacation period ART XmnCR OF BALLOTS JUT BE CAST AT ORE TIXE There tesolialt The moreifich Ian sent iu for say one teacher the more votca be or ahe will be credited with TIIRE1CASTSLARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES fAll of the money received in this contest over and above that used la defraying expenses of the roost teachers of the State on their Hips to the Worlds Fair wilt go for the erf olion eta EentnckyIiulldIug at the noaltlooo voter In tills coolest ray have the addlt bail satltfaction cf knowinK bathe has al4id worthy cause Tire STAXDISO OF TIlE COSIESTAST8 WILL BE PRISTKD FBEQCEXTLT In each Ishow his or her friends how the race is run now 01 COUOtY10j teacher The votes will be counted under the supervision of the CaUoollbblblt of the Association The personnel of thla committee is sj follows Vmf II G Browntll lcuiai Frankfort Trot L r Ilalleck Lcmlavllle Prof W DartimolomewLoulsvtileProfPPa Anderson LealDOn Dr ChaR Palmer Daorille PresIIdent William DlawldJle Dr W O Frost nets Dr D Hunloon Lpulsvllle t UVNullinsLoulsnlle rArtharYger GecrrelowtI teadeDt M A hssldyLex ofibelduatienalCommtlteearenotellgtbltoelectIoninthis Mcneo7R t outeidefefreraonastinglblergealtotalThe result will be every paper to a coolTUt Ilcr JtlP8 e 10 the teacherefectedin each county IltrthedetallaofthetripWIUy arranged each tracer chosen being given the pddlege atle the June JWy ot August mgc4ln which be or she wants to make trip 1lCLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH cast TEN votes foriWcvr t t 01 as the most popular teacher iQ r county ONB DOLLAR ENCLOSED tOo iOc tOo soZ- ffo Oq- Os 100hto 1ea Voters ere sot 11lred is signtlelr aaseebet tile Association want all atbool chIld votlar to do so ss It will enroll Keatncky ai i Votes have the option of atodiaf ballets direct tIM tltcmelayof the Jsiiristton or lo the from whlcb sapped AddlUomd bel1OI1 ilia be obldatdhi CeI lsg tatsa septa or tillgrpetR- emituocus y be ride by accused cases rgiatcred letter s trot espras w y atal money order or is currency ttscMer ntk Mitsui all co tnaMsta- usYtex K JTOOWH LoufaUleIyt 4 It Subscribe for The CitizenJr r THE CITIZEN cn j HHH +H+ I I lIH+H+IHIlIIHIIH 1 Berea and Vicinity I i JIIIrD N Welch of Berea was la Sunday Richmond Panta graphDr L A Davis id all smiles over the arrival at his home on Tuesday evening of a 9J pound boy The voting place for the voters in the Berea precinct Tuesday will be the public school building Lewis Tatum of Albany Mo is visiting his brother W J Tatum He will remain here two weeks Berea sent quite a delegation of voters to Richmond yesterday to hear Hon John W Yerkes speak Mrs S C Lewis of the west end is still thought to be improving slowly She has been ill about four months Mr Samuel Hanson and Attorney Chas Hanson of Berea were in this city Monday Jtichmond Pasta graphMrs M S Owen superintendent of the Berea hospital returned yester day from a visit of several days in ChicagoRev W Shepherd of Cleveland Mies has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church at Richmond It is expected that he will accept Poles for the new telephone line be r tween Berea and McKee are being gotten out as rapidly as posible and the work will be pushed vigorously Gov Beckham will arrive at Rich mond this afternoon in his special car and remain an hour He and other prominent Democrats will make speechesFayette Sigmon writes how 31 Harshman St Dayton Ohio that he is coming home to vote for the cause of free elections and votes to be count ed as they are cast Mr and Mrs Homer Martin both residents of Berea before their mar riage but now of Los Angelus Calif are extremely proud of the fine son which arrived six weeks ago The work on the completion of the Government building at Richmond has been pronounced both excellent and artistic by U S Building Inspec tor Julius C Holmes of Charleston W Va A petition is being circuited ask ing that Dr H G Landlin of Rich mond be appointed a member of the County Board of Pension Examiners to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr Phil Roberts Miss Mablo Letton has accepted a position as clerk at the jewelery store of Dr T A Robinson Miss Letton is an attractive and intelligent young lady and will be a valuable acquisi tion to the force Richmond Panta graphGeorge Hayden and wife of Hy attsville Garrard county are in I Cincinnati pushing their suit for n 10000 against an Ohio railroad com pony for the death of their son Joe Harden who was killed a year ago He was formerly a student here Emily Jane Anderson aged 32 wife of Jesse Anderson died at her homA in Richmond Sunday night at one oclock of a complication of dis eases The remains were brought to Berea Tuesday afternoon for burial in the Berea cemetery Brief services were held at the grave Besides her husband Mrs Anderson leaves three Children The Anderson family were residents of Berea for three years until they moved to Richmond two years JO The bereaved ones have the ympathy of many friends Howard S Fee of Clarksburg Ind U here this week putting a cement valk around the family burial lot in t ie cemetery and otherwise beautifying the premises on which the Fee monument was recently erected It M a singular coincidence that just 28 ears ago Mr Fee came from Jessa line county to build a house for his parents Now he is here to pay this imt loving tribute to their memory t t is his hope that many young people owing the monument andsurround gs may be led to ponder over these usecrated lives and make sincere iwa to emulate them One of the saddest deaths ever reo t ortod in Berea occurred Tuesday uniug at six oclock when Mabel H months old child of Mrand Mrs Muncy on Jackson Street breathed t last On Monday afternoon the gaejI I 1j ed up the wrong bottiu anti had given laudanum instead Neighbors were at once summoned and a doctor called and all through the weary hours of the night and all day Tuesday everything that human skillcould do was done to save the life of the child but in vain The mother is alI FUneraljservices at the house lad by Rev Nathan Cul ton of Richmond and later at tho grave in the Berea Cemetery by Rev A E Thompson Alaresponse to the invitations sent out two weeks ago sixtythree persons assembled at the home of Mr and Mrs Elijah Thomas Hudson on the Winchester road two miles from Kingston Sunday October 25 to celebrate the golden wedding anniversary of the marriage of this estim able old couple Mr Hudson is Si years old and 50 years ngo Sunday hemade Miss Ann Lane Mrs Hudson two miles from where they now live that being his second marriage Mrs Hudson was then W years old They have both been almost life long resi dents of Madison county and of the adjoining county of Jackson and look back upon a long lino of Christian ancestors Three persons wero press ent at the celebration who were also present at the wedding HO years ago Mrs Mandy Lane BAker and John Lane brother and sister of Mrs Hudson and Mrs Jane Hudson Martin sister of Mr Hudson The last two named are resideiitnof Jackson county Mrs Sally Hudson Martin another sister from Jackson county was also present The house and tables were decorated with flowers and at 12 oclock the guests sat down to a feast of good things for tho inner men President Frost made a very appropriate after dinner speech anti Photographer Ogg got some good pictures Mr and Mrs Hudson have had six children three of whom are iving Thoy have sxteeu grand children and the great grandchildren fn addition to these Mr Hudson has by his first wife two children ten grandchildren am throe great grandchildren Mr and Mrs Hudson voted the day one of tho happiest of their lives Some were present whom they had notlseen for fifteen years The day was equally enjoyable to the guests Several presents were received but none more highly prized than a Bible with large print H I I H 11 HHKHK- KCollege Items THEREIHERE AND IM HUM HI i I M H KHH The senior class was entertained Tuesday night at the home of Pres and Mrs Frost- Beginning Sunday Nov supper and all night appointments will bo- one half hour earlier so that study hours will begin at 7 oclock instead of 780 The usual Fall Exhibition of Model Schools will occur next Monday night at the Tabernacle beginning at 7 oclock Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend The College Band will go to Rich mind Saturday to furnish music for the Madison county and 8th Con gressional Teachers ssociation which will be in session there Friday and Saturday President Frost will speak Mr and Mrs D M Chenault MrsI L P Evans Misses Mary Triblilo Julia H Higgins Flossie Field Bright Dr Joe J Bo loy and Mr Allen Zoring of Richmond Mr J S Hosolden of Paint Lick and Miss Caroline G Reid of Mt Sterling vis ited the Institution Friday and expressed themselves ns agreeably surprised at the excellence and mag nitudH of the work done VOI1cnacle on Saturday Nov LhIFarmers and Housekeepers The exorcises will bo ofa highly in terestiug and practical character be continuinginBerea and surrounding country are Invited to attend bringing baskets with refreshments Coffee will be furnished here Able speakers from abroadwill assist in the exorcises CT nTJ It Tho first number of TimE JOSHED a 15 jingo monthly jocular journal for jocose jollirn is just out and has cored u dt ciiled suttees The trio of cousins liriire Kirkpattick Bruce Barton mid Clark llininnn are tie editors nUll publishers TilE Joshes certainly fills u long felt want The subscription price Lr the school year is lc however by special arrange TilE1JosmnTill CITIZEN alone IOO per pear This otter is good only until Dec The lighter null morn humorous voiii of THE JOSHER finely supplements the more serious and dignified reading matter found in THE CITIZEN Send SlOO to Jill M Hater Bores Ky at once anti gut the college jokes as well as the college news Hon Brutus J Clay ofltlch rnoiid will speak nt tho Taber uncle Saturday night Oct aI- n t 7 oclock Fur Snip Mrs Fannie C Demmon on Center street leas 10 bushels of fine sweet potatoes at 75c per bushel for heat Two houses and lots in town of Borp1 Good gardens and water- Y J Tatum GEESE WANTED Will pay highest CASH IlricJ H Nell Main St Richmond Ky FIRED FIVE SHOTS An Attempt Was Made on the Life of President Diaz of Mexico FORTUNATELY NO HARM WAS DONE Kilns Toscnno the WutiliMle Assassin Wus Seized by One of the Executives Stair The Man Has a Dad Criminal Record and Was Recently Released From Prison Where He Served a Term For Homicide Guanajuato ilex Oct 2SGroat ex cltcment was caused hero Tuesday by what looked like an attempt on the life of President Diaz who was a guest of the state government during the festivities here The president his staff and guests were passing by the Oantador garden In a street car when a man of the lower class by tho name of Elias Toscano approached the car shouting and fired five shots from a revolver at the car fortunately doing no harm Paklo Fscandon of tho presidents staff rushed out of the car and caught the man wrenching the revolver from his grasp Tho police took Toscano to prison He Is a man with a bad crimi nal record and was but recently re leased from prison at Grandltas where ho had served a term for homicide The matter will be Investigated One theory Is that Toscano was drunk and another that he deliberately planned to shoot the chief magistrate Tho president remained perfectly cool and was acclaimed by the crowd of citi zens showing their joy at his oacapo Toscanos ovll record makes tho theory of a deliberate attempt at as sassination appear probable The prosldent has received the felici tation of tho citizens and diplomatic corps here An attompjwas made on the life of 1C 1897 lie attended on that day tho public cele bratlons in the City of Mexico of the anniversary of Mexican Independence During the festivities a man rushed towards him and evading all efforts made to check his progress reached the presidents side and attempted to kill him Great excitement prevailed but It was soon seen that the efforts of the murderer had been futile Pres ident Diaz was not hurt The assassin was at once arrested and thrown Into prison This attempted murder cre ated much excitement and subsequent ly tbo assassin was dragged from pris on by a mob and lynched Guanajato Is about ICO miles north west of Mexico City It Is singularly situated In deep narrow mountain de flies over GOOO feet above sea level vlllag9slocntedpopulation numbering 03000 HISTORIC FARNESE PALACE France Has Purchased It At a Cost of 600000 Rome Oct 28Franco Tuesday completed the purchase of tho famous and historic Karnese palaco which will bo used as an embassy Tho cost was 000000 and this sum was paid to the heirs of the two Sicilies branch of the house of Bourbon In view of tho value of the property this price Is thought to bo very low Tho Farneso palace Is ono of tho finest In the world It was begun by Pope Paul III on designs by Sangallo and Its construction was continued under the direction of Michel Angelo It was at one time offered for sale to tho United States government for uso as an embassy and consulate as well as an American archacloglcal school and an American school for classical studies J DOUBLE MURDER IAFarm Hand Killed Hit Two Little Sons Near Frankton Ind Marlon Ind Oct 2GJesso McClure a farm hand murdered his two sons axed 6 and 7 years Sunday aft ernoon leaving their bodies in a fence corner While a mob was forming to capture and lynch hint McClure drove on a run to this city and gave hlmsnll up Ho has been secreted by the au thurltles who fear attempted violence McCluro lived near Frankton and lied separated from his wife a yearn o slio refusing to live with him and returning with her children to her fa thers homo At noon Sunday McCluro hired a rig at i Iwood and drove to the Kll gore farm tho owner being Mrs Me Cluros father Ho found the children playing In the front yard and Induced them with candy to tuko a ride with him Ho drove a mile up the road carried the children to a fence corner and shot them with a revolver The older one was found dead a few min sites later and tho younger was dying a piece of tho candy being still In his mouth McClure fled and was pursued t y a crowd of young farmers bent on deadly vengeance The alarm was given and from all surrounding towns armed pursuers started McClure suc ceeded In reaching the jail here with out being stopped and the authorities have hidden him away To tho jail turnkey McCluro admitted tho murder of his two children and said he had killed them because his wife had left him and refused to see him Said ho When sue refused to see me I de cided to be revenged and drove down tie road to a little clump of small trees My two children wero asleep In the buggy When I stopped the bolt awoke my little boy Dee He looked up to mo and said Papa what are you going to doT I put my hand over his eyes and took my gun from my pocket and shot him In tho forehead killing him instantly Tho shot awoke little Homer and I took him by the shoulder and fired a slot Into his head They both fell to the bottom of the buggy I drove the horse to the side of the road and lifted both bodies out and laid them on the withered grass I then drove directly to Marlon to the jail sail am here to give myself up The neighbors will lynch me when they find out what have done I do not care what you do with me I am ready to die and expect to hang for this crime All that I ask Is to see my dear little ones burled EXWARDEN SOFFEL DIVORCED His Wife Was a Figure In the Escape of the Blddle Brothers Plttsburg Pa Oct 2leter K SofTol exwardon of the Allegheny county jail was Wednesday granted a divorce from his wife Kato tho jury finding that the charge of Infidelity was sustained Mrs Soffel was a son rational figure In the escape from tile jail of the convicted murderers Ed and John Diddle nearly two years ago For her part In the escape Mrs Soflel Is serving a sentence In tho Western penitentiary She was not present at the trial and no evidence In her favor was offered PHILIPPINE REVENUES Each Successive Year of American Oc cupatlon Shows a Healthy Growth Washington Oct 27The bureau of Insular affairs of tho war department has Issued a statement showing the customs revenues In the Philippine archipelago for tho first six months of 1903 to be 4440424 fur tho same pe nod In 1902 tho receipts were 14338 467 The statement says that each successive year of American occupa tion has brought forth a corresponding healthy growth of these revenues FAR EASTERN SITUATION The Crisis There Apparently Has Been Delayed London Oct 27Tho crisis appar ently has been delayed telegraphs the Cho Foo correspondent of the Morning Post Russia In the meanwhile Is strongly augmenting her fleet In those waters and concentrating troops In the vicinity of tbo Yalu river She holds all the available river frontage at Yongarnpho and dominates the Shaho passage The emperor of Corea the correspondent concludes la In favor of Russia Farewell Dinner to Samuel L Clemens New York Oct 23A farewell dinner was given by George Harvey pres ident of Harper Bros to Samuel I Clemens Mark Twain who will sail on Saturday with his family for Flor ence Italy where he will reside for an Indefinite period Called on President Roosevelt Washington Oct 23The members of thq supreme council of the jurisdic tlon of Scottish Rlto Thursday called on tho president to formally pay their respects The body was headed by James D Richardson the grand com mander Assumed His New Duties New York Oct 27JIIaj Gen II C Corbin adjutant general of the army who was appointed to relieve Gen Chaffeo as commander of the depart mont of tho east the headquarters of which Is at Governors Island assumed his now duties Monday Yellow Fever Condition Improved Laredo Tex Oct 26 Yellow fever conditions haveso greatly Improved that there lsno longer any doubt but that In a short time the disease will have been entirely stamped out and business assume 1U normal aspect O +O +OIOIOlOIOiOtOIOJOIOlOIOlOIOIOIOtOlOJOlOlOIOIOIO a 0 0 EVERYBODY Oo t 0 0 I SHOES + + O o so why not wear good shoes when wo soil you o r o o oGOOD UPTODATE SHOES 4 o 0 o just aa cheap ns other pooplo sell you inferior ono o tWeare leaders for stylo wear and comfort and you cant ni- isaIf you buy from HH 1 h O I Anything and everything you want in nulls funuHhluKa and 0 1cau please you in style and grin o o Call in and look over our various lines you can ho convinced 0 0Yours for business ho j CrutcHer Tribble I o o 1 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 00 + o+OooO +od OooO +O +O +OIOooOIOolOHo +o+o +oooo +oIO +OIO + +0000 +o DR FENNEFTS Kidney All DUoaiti of the klJneyi bladder and urinary lan- AI heart disease gravel dropsyBale troubles BackacheAlSO CureDont become dlseouragsd There U a cure for you If neeeary write Hr IVnurr Ho hal sprat a lifetime curing jut such caes jniurm All rouiuUatloii arC FREE have suffered for the put ten years with backache and kidney Uuublo and ttiwl many of the most prominent physicians in Itotton and Omaha and all the patent medicines I heard of In the hope of obtaining relief Finally wing your ad I procured a bottle of fir Tenner Kidney and llackacbo Cure and I wish to thank you for the benefit received Iherefram Twa bottles entirely cured roe sad I havent a pain or ache of any kind I cheerfully recomnwi It to allutftrlnlt friends Most sincerely your i Hire AIICK McIONAII 22I Ilamey St Omaha tel Bold by Druggist Me and II Ask fur lr tVunrr Almanac or CXmk llookKHBC Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and the LOUISVILLE HERALDA- nd enter the Kroftt 110000 GUESSING CONTEST For particulars nee advertisement on second gaga USE THESE BLANKS D and S Date Name Street Postoffice State Enclosed find to apply eR Mibacrlption to The Louisville HeraldSI estimate that the wtaaer sf the ratethe next Governor will receive a total vote of 1111111111M1 MLHM l 1111114 n THIt LANK II GOOD POM THfIBB MTIMATlfc HHltlIIIlHH4HI+IIIH+ II+ IHHIIIH+HI+HHIl If its from CRUTCHER i j EVANS ITS GOOD llolJ jtjft IIHIIHHIIHIIHIol + +IIIIIIIrH +III +II+ A full line of PUItNITUICIS always on hand Wo invito our Bores friends to make thomsolvtvi at homo nt IOIhIN8 when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDKUTA KINO A SI KI A ITV NightPhonelq612Cratcher Evans Richmond un Look Phone Number 33 on A Nice Line of Groceries Breakfast Foods Meats FruitsSand Vegetables nlivajn on hand nt tho lowest pricesi We sell Delicatessen MoUlIrllIDread Best bread made in Ky See our line of fine candies Prestons Meier z xtxtrdaxar 7 GRANDMAS HOUSEMI Hrj upjihr trunk iln eaicl0lork Tlf raln uci north HI ovn nt uk Ant ttn weir nQu Jolly Hook II I or arxtulmni haute In tin country Thifrn milk to nklm and crrnm 10 churn Tftirrrt lay to cut and rakr end turn Antl brw5our Imiidn nnd titer4 hum At UraiMiinnH house In tlr Country There center bubbling rlntr and root And npfcklid trout In the shIdooi And cwt ear thought nl hook or iwhool At UrandmiT house In the country And when It ruin nndklesarray 111n f a big old utllr mud for play- Ther art conkl r rrlip with caraway Ai UrnnJmaM hours In the count r I Forq my Jolt lirlinfu1 sf Joys Wlir n Grandpa soy s Tut tut hews trots Vh arnodm1 mfrs Ito s will b tit ij At Urndmai house In the counny- If you nill Just one with m Im run youll erry nnexRree T tbr only vlart In this world lo be- At DrandmnM house In Ihf reunu- lUbe K lien In liood llourke lnc FIGURES IN DIRECTORY linn n Ilna nnir intnr In llr In rtnl AtnniiK Tlimr til Ihr fill urn of Fund lI Thfro Is n name In tho Pueblo Col city directory that would never have- lIen printed had tho directory can VIIMCT known the ownerbut he dldntnll on page 101 Is the follow Ins Intel Waldnmnn Iynn bds CIS Vpgt Midlcndo BVe Since tho publication of the dl roctory the owner of this dlnllnKiilnhcd numb has morel Ho now resides at 317 East Kvans avenue and doer tho i amI tbrro as he did at tho former nwUlnor Just laarda Mrnlfcfl ho cant be failed n RlrhnallnI WaWmann In too too Intfiiicrnt too much loved by his owner to be poker of BO ulcorInut Vnldrnnnn n log Darhihund and lie full title In Hfrr Valdmann lynn Mentzcl propertyIthinks the world of him nlways re fertlTKt to Ilerr Wuldmnnn as n rftltcd RcntlRnMN of Kooln ColoM He wan born of the gold nteditl winner 1ka nt the Cologne- teach show Ilerr Wnldmaun waa- Callyd Alex whim tarty noHr was taker of him at the kennels of Huron I Ijnincrninns villa by II Johnson ot Cleveland 0 but later Mr Johnson chanfM tiU nan to H rr Valdmann Inca Mr Johnson had traveled I through Italy France Spain and ling IIUPIhome Ut Cleveland From Cleveland to Milwaukee Herr Waldnmnn was taken by Mr Johnson and there given ai a present to Mrr Mrntzel flea Waldmann Is nine years old Ifs Ims quite a record ai a prise winner rlloIIIFy lint rtc months old J25 prie at Cleve land hneb stow when two years old llEIlll AIUSIANN and 20 prize at the MilwaiiUco dos show four years ago HiTr Waldmann Is as far as Known the only dog whoso name has over ap geared In a city directory fie Dnchshuml Is kind and affectionate In disposition and much attached to the family where ho makes hit home par ticularly to Mrs Mentzcl who prizes him very highly And how does It happen flint Hcrr Waldmann has his name In the directory when Immunity from the dog catchier was heretofore considered as much of a privilege ns any canine was entitled to It was earlytint spring when tho directory canvasser called at the home of A W Lynn superintend enl of the Pueblo and Suburban Light Ing and Traction company lie wanted tho names of everybody In the house nail Mrs Mentzcl who Is tho daughter of Superintendent Lynn save all the members of the family Is that all asked the directory canvasser Mrs Mcntzrl not forgetting her narhRhunil gave the directory man Herr Wnldiiwnns name occupation I nddrcrs etc And that Is how the doss name got Into tho directory Roy KIHril by ilnbolt nurlnp a game of linsolmll at niln- brldge Oa a ball hot from the bat struck John U Stegalft In thr aide causing death In rn hour The victim was one of the players aged 12 years A brio Tnlr Ho 8pent 30 minutes trying to tease tho elephant Flirt he succeed 7 You mlsht go out to the hospital and ul hlalChlcago Poet Y 1 r THE AMERICAN MAGPIE It Mnk rust as Aiiiimlntr and Clew i a Id n IIU llrllrrKniitTM- Kniillib Cou lu I first malo the acquaintance of the magpie many years ago In England where the bird is n historical character rnnlilnc with the English rohln the blue heron anti tho peregrine fat con In fact In the days of falconry tho magpie was often hawked for In open bushstudded country its strlk InRly marked plumage cnilillnn the spectator to easily follow the progress Of tho sort- Unfortunately thin wonderfully In teresting and decorative bled Is not found In the eastern part of the United Stale hut In the west hq Is represented by two species the blackbilled anti the yellowbilled magpies The blackhilled magpie In about 20 Inches long Including his tall which takes up rather more than half this total length The greater part of hit plumage Is glossy black with bronzy metallic reflection vat the lower breast sail belly are white and the scapulars being also white form two conspicuous patches on the wings Long streaks of white on the Inner veins of the primary feathers show most conspicuously when the bird Is In Illght Altogether ho Is one of the most striking birds to be Keen In North America That ho has not been ex terminated Is no doubt largely due to his Intelligence for hike his relatives the crow and the jay ho la bold eer1thllldangerous but crafty enough as a rule lo keep tilt of trouble Another point In his favor Is that he can rat almost anything and nil things being equal the animal which can cat tho greatest variety of food will survive the longest In the win ter he will cat literally anything Including carrion and whatever ho can steal from his neighbors In tho spring ho fares Mimptuously his bull of tare being a long one and Includ ing mice and other small mammals small birds birds eggs and young bird crawfish and numerous Inieclx In tho summer he dues the farmer a good Krullillanelstealing such fruit as ho can get j way with without being shot At most times of the year he II a noisy fellow squawking loudly over AV AMERICAN MAGIIK everything he dooa and everything he sees and alarming the game which the hunter has been patiently ntalklng for hours perhaps But In the nesting sea son It Is different he has not n word for anyone lie has a secret and ho guards It with all tho caution which characterizes tho entire crow family The nest Itself Is n huge structure as large ns a bushel basket perhaps built among thorns or other bushes or In small trees sometimes quite those to tho ground and at other times Hi of 20 feet up Externally It consist of n mass of coarse slides but In bide of this Is the nest proper which Is made of mud and llnsd with soft Ish materials such as grass and hair and rootlets The eggs usually seven In number generally hnV9 a grayish ground color but arc so heavily blotched with brown that the gray Is sometimes dltllcult to flail The young birds tro knowing little rnscal anti arc often taken from tho nest und reared ns pets They ore nat urally Inquisitive and finding that they have nothing to fear they exam Ino everything which Interests them about the house or garden and any small object which especially attracts them they carry off and hide When In search of amusement they will bring such objects out of their hiding places and play with them hiding them again when they become tired They take great pleasure In teasing tho dogs cats nnd other domestic an imals by stealing their food and by pecking them when jtliey are asleep and wild animals such as foxes raccoons and wolves must he equally annoyed to have attention called to their presence by chattering magpies They will alight on tho backs of cattle and help rid them of whatever Insects tlifcy may be troubled with and with equal cool HOBS thqy will steal and kill tho young chickens which may hava strayed from under the watchful eye of their mother Uoston Herald n lrnvr Kitten llrlilnrt Him AlloW sort of scoundrel has dove oped In New London Conn lies a matt who seems possessed of a mania for collecting kittens nn l dropping them at houses In different sections of tho city The fellow goes about with a bag full of kittens and de posits but one at a house Perhaps ho runs a kitten incubator It he docs he ought to be compelled to dispose of Its product where It ha wanted The follow has been on several of the principal streets dropping kittens here and there No explanation 01 his curl out habit has as yet been given OUTSIDE DOWIE HALL Thirty Thousand People Try to Ileac the Prophet A Crush at the Door Nearly Decarre a Riot Tour Hundred Police Called to Keep the Crowd In Order = Reporters Excluded Now Yorl Oct 2JlIst to shnn that am In favor with tho ChrJiUlui merchant prince of this city salt llr Dowle Wednesday will an nounro tho money which has tome to me his morning alone Thosu sum ore from mm unknown to me but whit evidently bclkvo am right Oni Bniula mo n check for 5000 another a church for 1001 another for 1600 and another gave mo 201 These coo trlbutlons am unsolicited They were accompanied by the kindest words During Dr Dow 8 sermon n team her of students marched out In squad Dr Dowlu wits forced to stop and aft or Ito began again ho was interrupted by a college jrllfroin outside the garden ending with the slogan Dowlet Dowle Dowle They ire like most of the student I know Mild Dr Dowle their brains are In their foot At this a well dressed man got ut and Bi he WOK leaving Dowle shouted at him You arc not commonly docent For the first time Wednesday Ur kiwis ordered reporters excluded nnd those who were seated at the report era tattle were escorted to the door at Dr DowlGn orders to Ills guards to Clear tho tainted vipers out of here He careful how you handle them not to get any of their filth on you Now get out you mean dogs you yellow scoundrels of the press We will have no more or you In here am paying for Ills place you liars Thus Is my building Hurry up guards the sight of them disgusts me Dont waste any restoration talk on the liars It Is tuneless They barb sold their south to the dovll never hope to convert a reporter They would be backslid ers New York Oct 22 Thirty thoiisanl people according to the estimates of tho police tried to get Into Madison Square garden to es John Alexander Doxvlo Wednesday night About one third that somber had secured admit tance when at Ii oclock Dowlo ordered the doors closed When tho other 20 000 found themselves shut out the wlldtwl disorder prevailed and the po lire Wt strong were for a time utter ly unable to rope with the mad rush of tie crowd Men and women voro knocked down and trampled on nail many narrowly escaped death In tho crush In the surging of the throng Graco George who was on her way to a the ater where she Is playing was swept off tier feet and trampled on and had her clothing badly torn Slut accused the polite of handling her roughly Airs William I Buckley of Newark N J wan caught In tho crush and fell fainting to the street She was badly bruised Inspector Wnl h who was noar the woman when site fell and with the aid of 15 policemen res cued tier and carried her to safety William A Brady theater manager and husband of Grace George Lorenzo Winter broker mad Channlng Pol loci press agent were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct Traffic was blocked for nn lour FRANK DROWN RELEASED He Was In Prison In Guatemala For Italiantashingtnn Brown n native of Mansfield 0 who has been languishing for nearly a year In nn On clean dungeon In Guatemala tins been released Hrdwn stint an Italian na ho claimed tho result of accident but was imprisoned without trial The dc partment of state learned of Hrown condition through a letter he wrote to nn Ohio paper and Instituted Invcstlga Lion Minister Combs has now cabled that he tins secured the prisoners din charge PROFESSOR OF POLITICS H A Garfield Elected to That Position By Princeton hoard o f Trustees Princeton N J Oct JThe board ot trustees of the university met Wed esday for tho first time this fall Henry A Garfield of Cleveland ma of tho late President Garfield wasI lected professor of politics to till the chair vacated by Prof John H Kin Icy The resignation of Prof J Marie Baldwin was accepted The honorary Jegree of master of arts was conferred 011 James IL Hyde of New York first vlre president of the Equitable Llfo kssiirnnte society Football Player Drops Dead Annapolis Aidt Oct 22Iolnri- ght guard of tho Ilnlllmoro medical college dropped dendln tho first half or the football gnmo with the navy Vedncsdny Neither team had scored then the game was called off Harvard Wao the Winner Garden City L I Oct 22 Harvard in was general expected again won the team championship honors of the ntcrCollcglnte Golf association on tho Jnrden City Golf clubs Jinks betting Princeton by a score of 211 to 2d olnts General Counsel of the Exposition Co- St Louis Oct 22 President Fran ell appointed former Judgo James A oddon general counsel of tile Louis ann Purchase Exposition Co to sue eed Frank P Blair resigned Thin alary of the position Is 18000 a year Kentucky Intelligence = = = = ==DR CODFREV HUilTEFI Wants a Decision as to Who Is Con gresslanal Nominee Louisville Ky Oct 2Dr Oodfre Hunter has requested Chairman C M Bartlett to call a meeting of the repute Mean state central committee to dc elite wlirther lie or O U Edwards Is the republican nominee for congress In the Elevenths district Dr Huntei cliilirm that Hits Eleventh district con grcuslonal committee has no power to net in the case Dr Hunter It U slid the power bojlnd the throne am the state central commlucc will tit dart him nominee Frankfort Ky Oct tThC Hun trI IarIIK fight In tho Eleventh thin tort took a new turn Thursday vrhen Secretary of State received an nnidavlt from C M Barnett of Lou Isvllle chairman of tho roptiblfmri state central committee that Sherman Cooper ni chairman or the Eleventh district committee Is tho sovornlnfi authority of tho party In that dlstilct and entitled to pass upon anti scttlr nil disputes and contests that may arise In that district Secretary notified Judge Pryor one of Hunters attorneys and wit hear both sties again If the Edwanfj people wish to argue THE SAFFELL WEDDING J M Saffell Becomes the Stepfather of His Grandchildren Frankfort Ky Oct 23ln the mar rlage of Mr J M Saffell and Mrs Kranclu Taylor Snffoll of Frankfort which was Holcmnlzcd Thursday In Cincinnati Mr Sa Tel I becomes time stepfather of his grandchildren His wife was the wife of Pythian SanVll son of her present husband nnd now deceased This Is Mr Saffells third marriage Both famlllen are proml pent Mrs Saffell being n daughter of Cot E II Taylor Jr the distiller Col John A Buckner Dead New Orleans Oct 23Col John V Diickner aged 7L died Thursday at his plantation home In East Carroll parish 10 lie was a confederate sol iller anti fought under Gen Simon n RurUner Ho had only recently returned from Lexington Ky his native home Interment In Lexington Capt B J Ewen Will Lecture Lexington Ky Oct 3Capt II J Kwon n central figure In the Drcathtt county feud and JottWhlto murder eases left Thursday night for Illpley O where he will deliver a lecture Friday night An his mountain experiences lIe Is booked to lecture In 150 cities and towns Gilbert Finished First Paducah Ky Oct 23The Pall II cab Gun clubs fall tournament wn brought to a close I tursdny with Il 2r livebird shoot Fred Gilbert was first Wiling straights Those Wiling 21 wore C W Ihellls W T Irvin Lp compte M Starr Charley Spencer and Robinson Will Celebrate Golden Jubilee Covlngton Ky Oct 3Ilt Rev Cnmllliis J Macs DD bishop of Coy Ington has given out the official announcement of the golden jubilee cele bration of the founding of the Coving ton diocese The celebration will tnke place Sunday morning November at 10 oclock The Killing of Young Anderson nussellvllle Ky Oct 23 Robert Lack n young man 23 years of age was arrested and lodged In jail on a warrant charging him with killing young Hobert Anderson Jack Bugler Isalso In Jail charged with being Im placated In the murder She Saved the Boy Greenup Ky Oct 3Adellna daughter of Cot Will Sownrds a Cin cinnati 0 Insurance agent sustained a bad fracture of her wrist while attempting to save a little boy from fall- Ing over the East Greenup bridge Tho child wits saved- Louisvllle Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Oct 3Prlces were fair on tho tobacco breaks Thursday The offerings wore 384 hhds of which 32Z were burley and 62 dark Burley sold front 385 to 16 for bright loge and leaf Dark was easy bringing from 120 to 7 A Female Hermit Dies Franklin Ky Oct 23Mrs Rose Alexander 7E died of consumption and lived 19 years as a hermit Site removed from Now York to this city 49 years ago and left no relatives In this state Sho left nn estate worth JQOO Bowling Green Livery Stable Burned Howling Green Ky Oct 3Thelivery anti sale stable of W A Brim son burned Six mules and a mare perished The rest of tho stock was saved The fire Is supposed to have originated front a popcorn wagon A Musical Campaign Mndlsonvllle Ky Oct wThe campaign committee of tho democratic party of this county began n move ment Thursday morning to stir up the democratic hosts with songs and n brass Land until the election First Cars Next Tuesday Paris Ky Oct 3Tho work of ringing wires on tho Iaris Lexington electric line hiss been completed and thin management will run the first cars over tho now line on next Tuesday Hairodsburg Ky Oct 23Tho suit of Capt W E Muiilnlx against the Southern railway for 15000 damages for Injuries received was compromised for 3000 A WONDERFUL HORSE Dan Patch Breaks the World Facin r Jlmml His Admirers Predict That He Vll Still Further Lower the Record Should He Start Again Under Favorable Conditions Memphis Tonn Oct 3Thc thrrJ day of the harness racing at the Memphis Trotting associations track woi made memorable by the magnlllcenl performance of Dan Patch In a trial against time Thu handsome son ol Joe Patchen made the mile In liIiIclipping three fourths of a second Iron the worlds record of 1G7 held by Prince Alert and lowered his own record by two and tbrcq quarter seconds Tbo mile was paced without a wind shield and at the finish Dan Pittch seemed as fresh and vigorous as at the start The demonstration that greeted tie new worlds pacing champion aa he flashed under the wire was a memorable one Horse owners who Mood about the track before the starters stand had caught the time with their own watches and before the oflTchl time was flashed cut across the track they set up a mighty shout and threw hats and caps high In to the air The shout was caught up by the people In the grand stand and the space before It The quarter was reached In 29 sec onus the half In C8 and the three quar tern pole In 127 As the horso swung Into the stretch Dan Patch was pushing the forward runner so closely that scarcely a hands breadth Intervened between his nose and tho bad of the driver In the forward sulky The performance of Dan Patch Thursday In setting a new worlds rec ord was a surprise to even his mot ardent admirers The betting on the trial was to 5 that he would beat his own record of 159 and 4 to 5 that he would not stake better time than 159 Scarcely any one had displayed suffi cleat enthusiasm In the bay son of Joe Patchen to suggest that he might equal the record of champion Prince Alert and certainly no one had pre dieted that he would excel this won derful mark of 157 But he went tho mile with so little apparent exertion that Thursday night his admirers aro predicting that he will still further lower the worlds record should ho start against it with weather and track conditions as favorable as they wpro when he made his wonderful mlo Thursday WHITE HALL SOLD A Grandson Bought the Famous Home of the Late Gen Clay Richmond Ky Oct 3Whltp Hall the famous home of tjio late Gen Cas slus Marcellus Clay was sold at pub lie auction Thursday to Warfleld Pen nett a grandson of the Sage of Whte hall The estate proper containing 350 acres was sold for a total of 29 225 That part of the estate which is separated from Whitehall and Is known as the Ann Clay Crenshaw property containing 275 acres was sold for 20 5K The Bellevlew portion of the estate containing 325 acres will be sold Friday Tho five wills left by Gen Clay mostly In favor of Ills former childwife Dora Clay Brock are stll being contested In the last will of which the princi pal contest Is being entered Gen Clay provided that Whltehril should become the property of the United States gov ernment and that on Its site a national park should be founded THE AUSTRORUSSIAN NOTE Developments Are Expected to Follow Rapidly In the Balkans London Oct 23ln a dispatch from Vienna a correspondent says now that tho AustroRusslan note has been pre sented to the porte developments are expected to follow rapidly The best Informed persons In Vienna the corre spondent goes on have been assured thatl there will be no further trouble this winter but certain armed Inter vontlon Is necessary before the re forms really will be enforced Aus tria Is strengthening her garrisons In tile Sandajak of Novl Bazar European Turkey 41n which under the Berlin treaty of 1878 she maintains a null ary force and Is rushing the comple lion of the railway between Sarakevo tad Mltrovltza Secretary of War Root In Paris Paris Oct Inr Secretary Root has arrived here and Is the guest of mbassador Porter The secretary U ecelvlng ninny congratulations on the esult of tho Alaskan arbitration He docs not wish to publicly discuss tho findings Porto Rican Editor Sent to Jail San Juan P K Oct 23 Hobart S Ilrd editor of the San Juan News went to jail to begin a sentence of tomonths Imprisonment for having U idled Judgo Ramos Ho will mako in appeal for a writ of habeas corpus Farewell Dinner to Samuel L Clemens New York Oct 3A farewell din icr was given by George Harvey pres dent of Harper Bros to Samuel I Clemens Mark Twain who will sail on Saturday with his family for Flor nce Italy where be will reside for an Inl finite period King Leopold May Attend the Fair Brussels Oct 23The commissioner In Belgium of the St Louis exposl Jon says ho has great hopes that King leopold will bo able officially to attend tbo fair His doing so Is apparently onlY a question ot his health A Cur for Oyipcpt I hadDj8peptiia in its waist form felt miser bleU1ost all the time Did pot enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which his completely cured meMra W W Sttylor Hillard Pa No appetite lot of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath soul risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubled are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the natural juices of digestion com bined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies and sweetoun the stomach Sold at East Eud Drug Co i Earmers National BanktRichmond Ky Cuppalatnd 180000 We solicit jour patroong JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier u Itaantlfut Ci niplcil n Are spoiled by usiog any kind of preparation that Fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure clear complexion free from aallowuesn pimples blotches etc is to keep tha liver in good order An occasional dose of Herbin a will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so M tablish a clear healthy complexion BOc at the East End Drug Co We pcnoiptlj obtain U 8 and Forclrii t I3flld YawnIDo You Want to Feel cold hhiveriugs aching in the bones lack of energy hoadache anti great depressions These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness I condition known as malaria Hetbina cures it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold though it will work t cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes II 1 has used your great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothingIbetter for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and fora blood purifying tonic there is nothing as good riot at East End Drug Co oRal ShoesW- atch il and dock repairing are ties pcialt of Williams shop Agency l n luedry Take nil your troubles to hits t Work guaranteed i RISERSEARLY 11 THE fAMOUS LITTLE rILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dirtiness and all troubles arts Inc from an inactive or sluggish livelDeWIII little Early Risers qualled They act promptly and never tripeIThey are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to take them One to two act at a mild laxative two or lour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and abtouUly harmless They tonu the liver DUI DCAUI SJff IT Tt- Orairtin LCDWIttiOChICjo i It I i oTHECITIZEN I 5HHKHH IIIIH HHHHIHI +IIHHHHHHIi I Eastern Kentucky News t ft No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The fume Is not for publication but AI in evidence of toad faith Write plainly t ++t1ItItI1I HHt+ HIIt+IIHII + 1+ JACKSON COUNTY J M Abrams near Morrill P 0 vlu has been sick for fire weeks with stomach trouble is slowly improving Green McCullom the son of Wm McCulloin near McKee had both legs broken and his back injured last Wednesday by a log rolling on him Drs Amyx and Hayes of McKee were calledWill Ramsay wife and five children of Richmond Ky ar rived Wednesday evening last for a two weeks visit with Mr Ramsays parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ramsay of near Gray HawkCourt was held in the 2nd Mag district at Annville Thursday Squire Creech presiding Tho case brought by Joe Shelton against E H Hall for attempt to shoo came up for trial but was dis missed without prejudice The case of E H Hall against the Shelton family to put them under a peace bond next came up andconsumed several hours time Granville Riley was counsel for the defense and County Attorney P Isaacs and R A Dyche for the prosecution The court released the two Shelton girls but requred a peace bond of 100 each from the father mother and M yearold son These were taken in charge over night by Deputysheriff A H Parrot and on Friday morning were taken to McKee where they ex pected to have no trouble in filling the bonds The trouble between Hall and Shelton grow out of a misunder standing over some land The case properly came under the jurisdiction of Squire King of the 4th Mag district but was transferred on motion of Sheltons lawyer Some time ago Mrs Shelton attempted to put Mr Hall under a peace bond but failed KERBY KNOB The frost which came Saturday night killed all the unprotected green VegetationNearly all the farmers are done cutting corn and making sorghum and are turning their atten tion to shinglemaking and logging The sawmill owned by A S Dear born was damaged by fire early Sat urday morning but very little of the lumber was burned John Coyle is here from Hamilton to see his brother Leslie who came from there a short time ago and now has feVerA nice box of garden seed grown in Califor nia was received from a friend in Hartford by D M Clicks family Miss Ethel Jones was married to Mr Walter Williams Thursday Judge Coyle oiliciating Rev Jas Parsons preached at Panola Saturday and Sunday He is holding a protracted meeting there Miss Fannie Hatfield teacher at Long Branch district school dismissed the school last week because of illness but was able to go to Berea Friday and secure for herself a boarding place for the winter and j spring termsMr Steve Engle and family of Rogersville visited his brother here last weekMrs Jane Sparks is having her mother Mrs Lakes of Wind Cave with her for a visitMany of the friends of John rlArchie McGuire were made very sad news of Archies death last Mon day He had just returned from his work in Hamilton when he took down at his sisters with typhoid fever and never became able to go home He was a good industrious boy about twentytwo ur three years of age and liked by everyone He was buriedat this place Tuesday a large crowd attending the t Hon William Lewis of Hyden Republican nominee for Common wealths Attorney in this district and Hpn J C Speight Republican nomi nee for Secretary of State spoke to a good crowd hero Saturday Oct 24 They both made excellent speeches and were cheered by the enthusiastic crowd who were allor nearly all Republicans Mr Sepght started for Louisville as soon as his speech was concluded in response to a telgram from Republican headquarters at Saturday Oct 24 lived one mile 1LouisvilleDied hydrophobia caused a mad dog about was attacked by a I large dog belonging to W H Clark on the streets in McKee and bitten j on the hand and one or two other places on the body He went im mediately to a mad stone and thought he was healed but two or three days beforo his death he came to town to see Dr Amy and to get some medi i 1 0 rightIsoon discovered what was tho mutter with him Before his death his condi tion became terrible and ho object of profound pity to the ranyI friends who visited hinr111 our sick folks who have been suffering with typhoid fever are improving Republican headquarters will be open in the County Judgerollice from now till the election is over in charge of G D Collier Seoy of the Campaign committee of this county ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONEIThe protracted meeting closed Su- ndayMrs Martha Baker died last Wednesday and was buried Friday Fairview graveyard J II inII is building new houses on his farm Mr and Mrs Harry Woodul the tatters parents Mr and JlrsJI Wren a lee days ago MM Annie Poynter visited friends at Boone IRRI week Mrs Daisy Lambert visited her mother Mrs M Coyle Sunday Mrs Pattie Montgomery vUittHl Mrs BUillLambertfather Esq Janice Reynolds Sunday and Monday ROCKFORD Mr Milton McGuire rind family of Crooked Creek have moved to Seal fold CaneMr J W Todd and family visited Mr Parker Anderson of Garrard County Saturday and Sunday Mrs W R Stephens and son John and Miss Siss Gadd visited friends in Madison Friday Saturday and SundayMr doll Young and Miss Alsie Martin were married at the home of tho bridp Sunday Oct 18 MIReynoldsslowly improving Master Stanly Payne who has been verysick with the flux is some better this writing There were four schools recently dismissed on account of a now baby at Jim Hammonds Boys help Daddy Todd cut his corn- GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Heavy frosts thank you The neigh bors are gathering cornMrs Mary Hammack is visiting her children at Paint LickMr J B Carter and wife have gone west on a visit of two or three weeksMr A S Ogleby of Louisville will visit Mr and Mrs Tom Green this weekMr E C Smith has bought W A Myers farm andsawmill consideration SIGiX John A Wylie has purchased Sydney Crutchers farm at S200 There was a good crowd at our town Saturday night to hear tho Hon Wright Kelly discuss the political questions of the day Come again Mr Kelly One more week and we hope we will be done with the present political jobbers or bunglers MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Born to Mr and Mrs G E Brock man Tuesday Oct 14 a girlGrand ma Cade was tho guest of Mr and Mrs T Vaughn lust week Mises Jennie Todd and Mary Ogg wore the guests of Miss Addio Baker Sunday Miss Sarah Lawson hat gone to Richmond this weekMr and Mrs Tom Kin dred were the guests of Mr and Mrs Warren Elkin Saturday and Sunday Mr Smith and family of Richmond has moved to Wallacoton und will sell goods hereRow Wills filled his regular appointment Saturday Miss Mattie Keen was the guest of Miss Sallie and Lucy Cado Sunday HICORY PLAINS Quite a number of visitors at our Sundayschool Sunday Paul Cor uelison got burned last weekat the rock crusher and is quite nick Frank Abney visited Rockcnstlo SundayI Misses Dolliu and Edna Moody enter tertained a number of young people at their flinch party Saturday night at the r home in Kingston Misses Ida and Lizzie Maupin visited relatives it Dreyfus Sunday and Mrs Etta Kinnard visited II C KinI nards family last week Misses gie Adams and Ida Maupin visited Mrs Maud Tisdaln last weekP E Foley has sold his farm to Mr Mar kohl of Bell County Tom McKeehan spent last week in LouisvilloS R Foley and Frank Foloy visited Cincinnati recently S Kentucky State News Items HUNTEREDWARDS DISPUTE The Matter Is Still Before the Kentucky Courts Frankfort Ky Oct 28 Appellate Judge Settle before whom Dr W ticxlfrey Hunter entered a motion to dissolve a temporary restraining order grouted to Mr Edwards his opponent for the sent of tho late Congressman Harelng to prevent county clerks of the district from placing his thin ters name on the ballot as the re publican nominee Tuesday afternoon overruled tho motion as having been made prematurely and also on the ground of lack of Jurisdiction Edwards motion for an Injunction will now be heard before Judge Faulkner of tho Clay circuit court on Thursday next and should It be granted Dr Hunter will appeal to Judge Settle to dissolve it Tho state central com mittee of the republican party has been called to meet at Louisville on Wednesday to It possible settle the dlsputo within tho party lines Both Dr Hunter and Mr Edwards who have been hero for a day or two watch- Ing the court proceedings loft Tuesday night for IxMiIsvillo to attend the meeting of tho party committee LIVED IN POVERTY But For Many Years a 1000000 Es tate Awaited the Woman Owonsboro Ky Oct 28Living in the flats of Panther creek and with the winters of SO years on her head Mrs Nancy Short has received a mes sage from England to the effect that she Is heiress to money in the Bank of England and real estate amounting to over 1000000 Mrs Shorts grandfather William Steele died many years ago and will ed his vast estato and money in bank to her father In the meantime with her father she bad come to America When the grandfather died efforts to locate William Steele Jr in this coun try proved futile until a few weeks ago when Mrs Short wrote to one of her relatives In England It was then remembered that she was tho right ful heir to tho estate The proper stops have been taken to transfer the estate to Mrs Short Her father died several years ago Couple Wedded in a Car Owensboro Ky Oct 28lIenry Carter and Miss Vona Thompson two prominent young people of Ohio county started to Owensboro to be mar fled by Rev J D Hooker They learned that be was at Deanfleld and on arriving there Conductor Riley bold the train and sent for tho minister Ho came in a few minutes and the ceret lony was performed in the passenger conch Henry Wilkersons Case Reversed Frankfort Ky Oct 28The court ot appeals Tuesday reversed the Judg ment of the Hart circuit court In tho case of Henry Wilkerson charged with murdering his wife with strychnine and sentenced to life Imprisonment The court here says the transcript contains no proof that Wilker son Is guilty of the crime and orders n new trial for him The Motion Was Overruled Frankfort Ky Oct 28A motion by the city of Frankfort made before JUdge Paynter of the court of appeals to reinstate an Injunction granted andi dissolved in tbe Franklin circuit to restrain Zach Montgomery a prop irtyowner from building a well on piece of ground claimed to have been dedicated as a street was overruled For Passing Counterfeit MoneyI Georgetown Ky Oct 28Otficer Cummins arrested a man at tho South orn depot shoving queer coin Tho man gives the name of Fields lIe was searched and counterfeit dollars and change wore found James Boudo Jr found a sack In front of his yard containing 19 dollars In halves and dol tars all counterfeit Judge Beckners Condition Martlnsvllle Ind Oct 28Judge teckner Tuesday was much Improved from an attack of pneumonia and muscular rheumatism He Is out of danger though unable to leave his bed in the Martlnsvllle sanitarium Judge Hockner Is hopeful of being well enough to return to his Kentucky home in a few days Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Oct 28 Rejections were numerous on the tobacco breaks Tuesday and prices were only fairly satisfactory The sales were 2 hhds ot burley and 134 buds of dark Dark sold from 31 to 620 Two new ihds from Graves county sold for 5 David Swope Succumbs to Disease Taylorsvillo Ky Oct 28DavldS- wope one of Spencer countys best mown citizens died at his home hero otter a lingering Illness of cancer of the stomach Ho was about years ot age and a descendant of a well known pioneer family Brought In Another Well Montlcello Ky Oct 28Who Fed oral Oil Co of Kentucky brought In DodEon No1 Tuesday on the John C Dodson farm 2000 feet southeast atIthe famous Jones No1 which been flowing for nearly three months 100 barrels per day Covington Knights Won First Prize Lexington Ky Oct 28At tho competitive drill In this city Tuesday by the uniformed rank of the Knights of Pythias Friendship Company No 26 of Covlngton won the first prize The grand lodge held a short session Tuesday morning j WELFARE OF STATE Depends on Adoption ofCot tutional Amendment A OYNTHIANA EDITOW Op KIM Will In No Way Affect Taxes of Peo pIe In the Country Except the More Cities and Towns CiMd Up and Prosper the Lower Taxes on the Whole Ferule Will Become 1Mltorlal from Cynthlana Democrat Oct 3 1003 And tho General Assembly may by general laws only authorize cities or towns of any class to provide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon provided cities of tho first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry brldgs gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power Is the constitutional amend mont upon which the voters are asked to pass Judgment at the November election and upon tho adoption ot which the welfare the advancement and the continued prosperity of Ken tacky are believed to depend The change Is easily understood In stead of raising revenue to pay the expenses of cityand town government the salaries of tho mayor police firemen tho maintenance of the streets public Improvements etch assessing personal property as un der the present laws the eglslaturo may authorize cities and towns to adopt n license system All property real and personal In cities and towns will continue to pay state and county tros as usual No change whatever will bo made In this respect so that people who live In the country may vote for the amendment under the full assurance that it will In no way affect their taxes except the more tho cities and towns build up and prosper the lower tho taxes on tho whole people will become- It Is certainly asking a small favor that voters cast ILilr ballots for this amendment at the November elecon There Is little doubt of Its passage If the people do not forget or neRim In vote on the question There is no pol tics In It AMENDMENT EXPLAINED P N Clarke Says Great Advantages Are to Be Derived From Its Adoption- At a meeting of tho ixmlsvlllo Creel it Mens Association a few nights ago Mr Peyton N Clarke Secretary of the State Committee which Is managing the campaign for tho constitutions amendment explained tho advantages to bo derived from the adoption of tho amendment lie said For years under our former con stltutlon all cities and town had tho privilege of home rule and the right to tax themselves for municipal purposes without interference from anyone It was argued by some however that this was a power no town or city should have and the wIse makers of lour new constitution said that It would never dothat all property should be taxed alike So the revenue law was changedBut the result has proved the fall acy of the Idea and the effect has been exactly contrary to tho design Under our present law tho grossest Inequalities in assessments prevail and there la not a single advantage to compensate for the innovation When every persons is his own as sessor It Is not strange that there should be great Irregularities Tho rich man easily escapes his fair share of taxation as ho covers up his stores of wealth while the poor man with his all Invested In a modest home has to pay moro than hs share because all he has Is In sight and cannot bo hid den from tho assessor The proposed amendment will remedy all this to a great extent It simply authorizes the legislature by general act to permit all cities and towns to ratio revenue for local pur poses by licenses franchises etc on personal property instead of the pres cot ad valorem system Its object Is obvious Under tho manufacturersIcenses and avoid tho necessity of fictitious returns to tho assessor All personal property subject to taxation will pay Its fair share of taxes and by equalizing tho burden It will sit lightly on all Under the now law wo can Invite capital and Industry with assurances of welcome and our state will flour ish as a green bay tree The amendment Is a step forward and will place us In tho line of pro gressive states We have had a dozen years of tho ad valorem system of taxes and they havo 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