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IIII1M+HW4HHHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher fnltffrf at the Podeflct at Btrta Ay at second clou madmatter r IIHII +HII I+ F +sIt IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1903 One dolla year NO Character III tho only portnnnout cApltnllu buniiiwH- He who IB occupied k tunnel against himself is suro to menu tine devil for us M Jiams I Horn Ignorance Is no oxcuso for indilTor encl TAKE NOTICE A Farmora aud HouBokeeporn In htituto will bo hold Saturday Nov 7 at the Boron Tabernacle Soo pro I gram in anothor column Dr Goo A Mubboll of Brooklyn N yo will lecture at tho Talwrnaclo Saturday night at 7 oclock on Tim Man for tho Twentieth Century Admission 2T c Tin popularity of the columns or Tai CITIZEN for went ads lion deter tin to start a clnsmfitvl want column 8 pogo ft Whatover you want make them known through this column at small coat and have thorn lilted FROM THE WIDE WORLD Fourty four lives worn lost an tin rwiult of a collision of two steamships off tho const of Japan Tho ChiucHu Government greed disturbed over tho occupation Mukdon by the Hu u dan forces and in appealing to friendly foreign legations for aid and nil vilO Tho revolution in Santo Domingo one of the Neat Indies In npreading and the whole of tho northern part or tho inland in reported to have joined the insurgent movement Emperor William of Ooimany ha decided to offer a cup to the Now York Yacht Club and tho Atlantic Yacht Club for a trans atlantic yacht race for next year A fire broke out in tho Vatican Rome Italy at 820 oclock Sunday evening mud tho flamon wore not un der control until 1K50 oclock Tho city officials entered St Peters for the first time since tho fall of tho temporal power of tho papacy The damage in heavy but no lives wero lost IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Politicians in Washington aro seri ously discuHsing the creation of a now department of lOBular affairs Yellow fever apparently has run its course at San Antonia Tot and the eicitomont has completely died outIr J 10000000 han boon naked ylho U S Chief of EugineersforUSJ coast defoncoa and Uland defflncos Sanford P Dole won appointed by tho President to bo United States District Judge for tho Hawaiian Islands Oeorgo R Carter was ap pointed Governor Regular troops with loaded rifles will guard 3000000 in gold and paper money while it is being hauled in army wagons from tho express ollico in St Louis to the United States Sub Treasury them A Big Four special train carrying the Poruduo University football team and a numborof rooters was wrecked in the edge of Indianapolis Sixteen persona wore killed or died from in juries Four others aro in critical con dition COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A big fire in tbo heart of Paducabs business district destroyed property to tbo valuo of 1250000 Five hundred Confederate veterans gathered at Pewoo Valley Thursday for tho annual reunion of the State AssociationThe of Appeals dissolved the injunction against tho two negro In dependent Republican candidates for Councilmen at Harrodsburg The Hunter Edwards contest as to which is tho nominee for Congress in t the Eleventh District is still undo cided Ritina Hamilton whoee life had boon preserved in an incubator at the Louisville Medical College for four weeks died Friday morning The report that Capt B J Ewen 4wasassassinated Lexington Tues 4 day evening is now denied It is ad witted that ho was shot at throe times by a stranger but that the shots passed through his clothing simply and that he is unharmedIPractically complete returns from 7G out of lit counties give Beckham 100630 Bolknap 81298 Beckhams plurality 25332 On the face of these returns the Democrats are claiming entire local ticket in Louisville THE CITIZEN ItVOL 201fIDEAS tUUplntionNt tPllnNI pluI llADMIRAL TAMAMOTO ADMIRAL ALKXIJVI TUB UUHSOJAlANKSK IMBROGLIO Iluula and Japan lira apt to liave a direly time of It before the our Korea and Manchuria shall liar been settled Admiral Vaiuiimoto minister of Admineuppoalnc tUt In Asiatic eaten HOUSEKEEPf will convene Saturday Nov 7 100 in tho Korea Tabernacle Everyone interested in these subjects are cor dially invited Coffee and light re freshments will bo sorrel People are invited to bring provisions for a basket dinner Please come provided nntlllpoonBI Morning Session 930 A M IIOUSCKECrEKS DEPARTMBXT No4 Lincoln Hall Address of Welcome Mrs Ellen Frost Response Miss Kate Baker Some Southern AYays of Cooking Rico MiM Editha L Spoor What Girls Dont Know Mrs Sara L Hoag Intermission and Introductions Dem castration Lesson Miss Henriutia Bryant How I Make Butter Mrs Jas J Moore General Discussion Favorite Dishes Pleaso brInK your favorite recipes with you FARMERS DUrATlTMENT Music College Band Invocation Address of Welcome President Frost Response Hon W B Smith Rich Tho Use of Drain Tilo Hon L Searcy Waco Discussion Mr ames Moore Mr Thos P Wyatt Music Sonic Methods of Soil 1mI provement Prof S 0 Mason Dis cussion Mr S G Hanson Mr J1V Ilorudon Silos and Ensilage Mr Hamilton Farm Foreman Discussion Prof DL E Marsh Music Adjouru mentAfternoon Session 130 P M Joint Session in tho Tabernacle Music Brains in Secular Affairs Prof L V Dodge Tho Home andI the School Mrs Jennie L Hill How the Farmer may grow his own Fruit Trees W L Flanery Horticultural Foreman Music Good Roads for Kentucky address by a representative of tho Office of Good Roads Inquiry Washington D 0 Discussion Judge T J Coylo Jackson County Jas A Baker Wallacolon MRS BURKES DEATH Early on Sunday morning last OCt curved the death of Mrs Elizabeth Burke ono of tho pioneers of tho Col lege and Borea She was the oldest continuous member of the Union church her membership dating back nearly thirtyeight years She was a daughter of Hamilton Rawlins always to bo remembered in Berea history asonoof the staunchest anti bray est friends of John G Foe in the early troublous times She had boon in failing health for some years boor ing all her weariness and burden- with Christian fortitude The funeral services at tho house of C M Rawlings on Monday fore noon were conducted by the pastor Rev A E Thompson Remarks were also made by Prof L V Dodg- and Mr Howard S Fee the latte- tolling an interesting incident of the long ago Once when Cassius M Clay was in Berea and had been warned that his life was in danger as he returned Elizabeth Rawlings in sisted upon his putting on under his regular buit some plates of firm heavy card board which she had pro pared Finally consenting to do so his life probably was saved thereby For as he stopped his horse near b home a shot was firod from ambush which almost caused him to fall but which glanced off without inflicting a wound General Clay expressed to her the liveliest sense of gratitude HH +HIIIIIHIlI College Items HERE AND THERE j HHH I HHHIHI W Mrs Etta T Fort neo Campbell a former student in very ill at her homo in Cincinnati Her recovery IH doubt ful The Exhibition of tho Model Schools at the Tabernacle Monday night as usual drew a crowded house The exhibition was pronounced ono of tho boot over given by the schools A quartette from Boron College and the Boron brass band of fifteen pieces added fino music at tho Teach ors Convention hero Saturday that was greatly oujoyedic nio itl Pan tagraph Friday night Nov 27 will bo tho thirty fifth anniversary of Phi Delta Literary society The society is pro paring to appropriately celebrate this event by an opon mooting in Phi Delta hall invitations to attend which have already boon issued to tho member of tho Faculty and their families to tho other literary societies and to a number of friends Tho football team have a game scheduled for next Thursday with tho St Xavier team Cincinnati to be played at Cincinnati The boys hopo to get another for tho following Saturday so as to play two on tho trip Thirty mon aro getting out for regular work nownnd the Varsities are getting good training They aro confident of victory on tho 12lh Tho Halloween department socials wero hold Saturday and Saturday uightono section of the Model Schools mooting at the Tabernacle in tho after noon and another at tho homo of Pres ident and Mrs Frost at night Tho Normal department hold theirs at Ladies Hall and the Academy at Science Hall Students of tho Col loge wore invited to Prof and Mrs Dodges and those in tho Industrial departments to Secretary and Mrs Gambles Strange and mysterious amusements were tho order Miss Mary J McClelland woll known as a student in Boroa this year and year bs ore last was married on Sunday Oct 2litbnt her home in Fredoricktown Ohio to Rev E H Richards D D and starts at onco Inshambane Eat Africa Dr Richards is a graduate of Oberlin and is work ing under tho Methodist Board of South Africa Mrs Richards will carry with her the affection and good 11eerprllsontartire in foreign field IHIHHIl+IIIIII++Il11 I For ElectionI see inside hMHHHMH IHHHMMM eNNNN 1ltetbN NMNNONeN i I Everything I in fall goods f at the StoreI H goods f dont to BOO us before making your i Any from us you will send your neighbors and friends to see us that too may learn bo wise and buy whore they can the best goods for the least money I 1 f CORNER AND FIRST STREETS 1 tiNN A FREE game inVido each package of Lion Coffee GO different games MAN to be well dressed must select his collate cuffs neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hints nnd in general with grunt care Select thorn from our stock nnd you will make no mistake Wo seo to it that our store contains nothing but whet is up todnto and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily We Fell Douglas Shoes for men and boys and Queen Quality shoos for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky bold nonelu StorttA y and the tat hoe drake i errrywbfre UTIOKI The genuine hareWl H DonKlu II name and price on bottom 7 Esf N ti- EwonBd jS50 Mit hlfui sasecrlerna rl IMIII =HIK1H Inlrfl lIUU IV ld JailS lUUl =1Gtifi722It Pairs Business unra Doubled In four Yeas TilE REASONS r W U IKiUElnaiunkR nut moro mens tt amlJJW shoes thou Buy other two man ufict rcrs lit tho world W U Doiiglan 300 Butt 93TOrtioes placed sldo l rUo with f mid shoos other unkenrofuutiltot JutThey will outvvoir two pairs artFiaty 63UO rind 360 elioon Made of the bit Itathtrt IxtMlna Patent Corona Corona Celt and National Kanqaroo Yd 1Le ItMii fw4 ennnotboeauallrx W U Doutrlaa SAooand Ed o IJne Know ynnh11 Ife Im eutnIug Me lu ua For salo by R Re COYLE Berea IIHIIThe Citizen until Jane J J905 for J t I I tetN cityour IWe have no old to sell The latest things in FALL 1 I aro arriving daily and we take pleasure in showing you Our Stock of I Fall and Winter Clothing Iodfail choice purchase means they Ito secure LACKEY d HAMILTONMAIN RICHMOND KY Neffell1fN eNtleNeN iNN A MENSFURNISHINGS flQiOVG Kjrfl 1WASH Public SaleI will on Saturday November 14th 1903 sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at my place 2J miles east of Conway and near the old Scaffold Cane church the follow ing property 7 head of mules and horses 1 cows 19 yearlings 3 calves 50 tread of hogs 100 barrels of corn 9 stacks of hay 1 mowing machine hay rake 1 two horse wagon and many other farming implements too numerous to mention I will also sell my household and kitchen furni turn Terms of sale All amounts o 5 or under cash in hand over 5 6 months time with approvedsecurity with 6 per cent interest J M BlLLEN AN OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex but the good it do is in calculable Bolter pay the cost of a perfect outS fit and got perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They aro never suit able We have modern high class instru ments for TESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES that are suitable in every way TI A Robinson and Jeweler IOptician Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON DAVIS MEAT MARKET Opooiltc Blckncll Jt Karljri Bcrca East End Barber Shop North ol Printing Office Shave 100 Hair Cut IGo Shampoo 15o Razors sharpened ISo to 25c R B DOE Proprietor DR L OORNEILUS Physician Dentist Oftlco with Dr P Cornelius Broadway St IlEHKa KY Hours for Dental Work 900 a m to Silo p m FRESH BALTIMOKE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans r CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TZUIHONK JOES No M Joes Comer Richmond Ky Our Millinery Stock varietytbest styles in r Ladies Misses and Childrens HeadgearInow shown in matter what price you wish to youlur in sures a well selected stock to choose from Mrs A T Fish i BCREA KY For sick headache try Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets they wil ward off the attack if taken in time For sale by S E Welch Jr I DIAMOND VALUES 1 WtlbN put duiuoiikl pursing it In navin provided you buyIt n to DlonyImoney you get the lion oi wcaiing the We have been public genuine tALUU lor over thirty year write I catalogue IRION GIRAKHET a CO aeIn city 4 II Market Lou Laughlin fountainPen is THI PEEN 0 ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWMIRI FINEST CIADE UK SOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE rwOPOPULARIYLESFOROIL 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The Lanehlln Fountain Pen Holder la made of fin ed quality hard rubber U KradeIrgeor any desired lIezlblllly perfectfeeding Either tle richly cold- mODnled for presentation purposes 3160 extra Surely you will not be to secure anything at willpleasure Par Bela b- rEast End Drug- Company Main Street Berea Ky r IMrtwtaor L I TOY LOVERS ADDRESS BELOVED Whliky bottle how I toYP thc Der delight beyond compare Thou to heights or btlg doth lift me s move the inlets of tnrtMy care L xnmetrtcLetWhence there Mown uroirn subtle Soul t xiul ltt rich and tine In draught pf Joy ecstatic Let me drain thy nwttmeM deep Tho ta all the world oblivious i will lay me down to steel tiOh the visions of reftly sailing full streams of fragrant wine Unto tliorelenf neat of whisky Smooth and soft and oily fine Would I faun my books my treaiurr Pah u ucrince too tame For thy company Id barter Health and wealth and rlMidn and fame Ilenrti forsooth were miide for breakIng Why not break them sweet for thee Gold nnd silver made for spending Why not spend thun merrily le for hcultli when Death doth beckon With his cold and bony Iinnd Toward the darkromc lonely vnller- Tawurd the rivere chilly strand WI will pledge him In a bumper Thou and my whisky tprlte- Ah but heaven what U this 1lonIAll theee tonne sa grim as night I Writhing coiling creeping Blarlni- Ab they drag me to the brink God oh Ood they pull nu downward Whlfky help Il1lnk I fink 1rank A rust In National Advocate ILLUSTRATED TEMPERANCE LECTURE f A NEW CRUSADE j VlilnUy and Tolmrro tutor Illliiilnra- In lleoiinlni More Prevalent taunt Itallnnd Men fp The crusade which the railroads of the country are carrying on against the use of intoxicating liquors and tobacco employes engaged in operating 1by is partly due to the fact not known that the poisons con tained in the proscribed articles prop duce color blindness which is a fatal andijdiseases of tobacco cndlyopli and alco hol endlyopla as they are called have been recognized by the oculists as the most Insidious and difficult with which they have to deal Through the employment of official oculists the exIst- ence p growing provalency and terrible results of these diseases have become familiar to the managements of many large railway systems According to one of the railroad spe cialists undtjopla was rarely fount In jIthis country 15 years ago but was prevalent In European and south ern countries prior to that Now ocu- listst of good practice In this country have to deal with quite a large number of cases yearly the Increase being due to the increase in nicotine and alco hol Infection Endlyopla In Its first f stages produces slightly falling vision often a smarting of the eyes but is not marked In effect The disease does not progress far however before scotoma or color blindness makes its appear ance Certain portions of the eye arc unable to recognize the colors green and red which are used in railroading i as danger and cautionary signals To certain portions of the eye these colors is will appear drab yellow black or j some other color As the victim cannot recognize this defect himself an engineer or fireman might possess It for months and not know that he was misinterpreting signals unless an ac trident occurred Unless taken In time endlyopla produces total blindness by killing the optic nerve If a cure Is effected and the patient continues the use of tobacco or liquor ns the case may be the ds- t ease is very likely to recur when It is still more difficult of cure Eye ape- cialists unite In declaring that if endly J opla maintains Its present ratio of In 1crCa8fJIt will not be more than a quar ter of a century before It will be one of the common eye troubles Scotoma Is one of the most dreaded enemies to safety In train operation and railroad officials rightly recognize that they must wage unceasing war against any thing which produces it Hecord Herald Another Sulnvn tint rune A license has been granted to a saloon In Hlllsboro N IL only 155 feet directly lu front of the Methodist church on the same public thoroughfare but the public way Is called pub lie square and not street or avenue and therefore It is claimed that the letter of the law Is observed A more glaring case of putting a saloon obnoxiously near to a church could not J possibly exist When the commission ers visited the town the pastor was absent and the church was not notified or Consulted c THE DEADLY CIGARETTE from Slcillpal and Cnnurnnsense Mnniliuilnt It U Wholly Kill From a medical and commonsense standpoint the cigarette Is ono of the few things In this world which can b classi lied as purely evil No good thing can come out of II Its poison reaches and affects every part of the human system Fortunately tobaccochewing Is fatt- ing into disrepute even among thoau who constantly use the weed and many a woman whose Innate sense of refine ment and delicacy rebels against the dU gusting habit will be thankful But In the cigarette we have a toe whose deadly Influence weakens the body mentally and physically and the use of which blunts every sense of moral obligation to God and humanity Tobacco dealers report now that among their best cigarette customers are hundreds of women Society women women of wealth and position and the dissipated girls of our land arc among this number In the end the former go to sanitariums and hospitals the latter arc sent to the penitentiary on a charge of being drunk and disorderly Vice Is no respecter of persons and once It se cures a firm hold not even the virtue of woman can hold its own against the consequent results The statement has been made that the average man who uses tobacco sacrifices ten years of his life Surely It Is not worth this How much better to keep the body clean and pure a fit temple for the Indwelling of Gods spirit The boy who smoky cigarettes Is battling agalnut the forces of his own nature Every cigarette smoked nuiin a cannon ball sent crashing through some nerve cell The brain U paralyzed the nerves are made tremulous the blood becomes thinner and paler the boy is Irritable and peevish he loses hit appetite and cannot sleep at night and If nature holds out and the habit Is continued he finally becomes insane This le not an overdrawn pi ture Many a lad has trodden this downward path to Instinlty and self- ticstrurtIon The metamorphosis comes slowly It cornea nevertheless surely A tQlrd physician sassAThat the tobacco habit should be taken tip In early youth with the nervous system in perfect condition and a disease deliberately vited that makes the highest sense of comfort impossible except drawn through a cigar that such a habit should be deliberately formed when there Is not the lest sense of any want for Its soothing effects is a human who are bemoaning the fault of their boys should see to it that they themselves are not blameworthy Save you made a companion of your boy Have you kept yourself In touch with hla conditions his fallings his struggles Have you helped him with that strong sweet Influence which only a mother pos sesses Are you placing before him at the table those viands which excite the appetite for alcohol and tobacco or are you helping him to be strong byglvlng him rhe pure healthful products of fields orchards and vineyards with which our Father has so bountifully supplied his childrenThe is to be helped He must be delivered from this terrible vice with which Satan is endeavoring to rob him of his rightful heritagea strong pure useful manhoodand who shall be the agent It cannot be left entirely to the boy to the church to outside influences The home has its part to perform In this great tragedyAnna C White In Good Health TEMPERANCE PROGRESS Many things may be preserved in alcohol but law and order are not on the list Chicago Dally News Local option bill passed in Virginia last spring and Richmond is the only Important city without prohibition At Bristol Conn young menthe Baptist church have organized a no license league to fight against the sa loon In Arkansas 44 counties total pro hibition 23 counties license two counties partial prohibition Four teen counties carried for prohibition in the spring Formerly in Kansas the practice has been to return to jolntlsts whose prem Ises have been raided the fixtures of the place now they are In every Instance destroyed Thousands of dollars worth have been destroyed recently Collector of Internal Revenue Mc Coach of Philadelphia has uncovered In that city one of the largest illicit whisky stills ever found In that district It Is said the still had a capacity sufficient to cheat the government out ol 100000 a year As a result pf prohibition in Missis sippi the a88ee valuation of the state has Increased during the last thret years 53000000 the present assessed value being 90000000 During this period banks have Increased from 02 to 131 while the surplus has more than quadrupled Alcohol and Rrnlnn Dr Lorenz the eminent European surgeon who has just made his second visit to this continent and whose re markable operations have attracted much attention emphatically declares the danger of alcoholic drinks A ban quet was given In his honor In New York Gy and win was served The eminent guest declined It and politely requested tbe waiter to bring him a up of tea This caused him to be asked if be were a total abstainer from the Use of wines and other liquors Hid answer was as follows I cannot say that I am a tern perance agitator but I am a surgeon My success depends apt n my brains being clear my muscles firm and my nerves steady No one can take alcoholic liquors without blunting these physical powers which I must keep always on edge As a surgeon I must not drink There U in these few words a whole tem perance lecture 1 Commerce and the LawB- y JAMES H ECKELS Formerly Comptroller of the Currency IB Vnot lack of lawis dragging the nation down to rnin1 hampering every move of capital and labor and destroying tle American spirit of independence and integrity Instead of more state regulations controlling commerce and manufacture capital and labor we should have fewer laws based on the belief that no man manufacturer or laborer business or professional man with an estate to conserve be it small or great is going to deliberately do that which will destroy the value of the interest he pro tects No regulation by statute whatever its value can prevent him losing his estate if he is so bent 11e seem to have outgrown the common law of Ungland and every Englishspeaking race Now instead of the common law regulating time dealing of man and man to enforce commercial honesty some persons want laws on the statute books controlling every act and detail of business 1Vc already have this accumulation of laws What has been time result What has accompanied these stat utes Certainly not enough to justify each state and the national Congress in taking from the business man his investment in telling hint how to control his business in telling him how to manage his every day life Thcse regulating statutes arc based on the assumption that each titan is bent on commercial suicide They assume that the businessman is not capable of managing his business affairs without the guilt ance of the lawyer As a result there are innumerable instances of manufacturing and commercial hindrance and every citizen has come to think that he must appeal to the law on every occasion I have no fault to find with ordinary regulations Xo honest citi zen has nut in this country America the land of thefrce congress should enact as little law as possible We have seen the effect in many instances in financial and monetary mutters of this muhiplirity of laws We have seen a statute attempting to fix the monetary standard and a panic resulted Commerce mill lawthe latter dependent on the former m the former dependent on the latter have worked out fur England and they will for this nation if their destined relations arc not destroyed the greatest prosperity and achievement The Trend of the Times By W BOURKE COCKRAN HE present condition of society here is full of pnrii c 11a have the greatest fortunes of the enrth riutir Ulan Roman ever dared dream ofnud though 111 pliers say that where wealth accumulates men dc ray I sec no cause for dcs air When a large fortune is not gained by robber by fraudor hy the manipulation of the laws then it ran be but a Jonn to the nation My neighbors prosperity increases my own amt that of the earth Nor do modern fortunes tend to the increase of luxury On the contrary men become more selfdenying 1 sec no sign of decay in the human race here The labor question is in process ofsolution and every row is a step toward this A laborer cannot get more pay than the value of his product for then the product ceases to be made Nor can he get much less because of the element of competition The laborer of today is not a Servant but u partner of his employer wad their good rests in a mutual understanding But the blot I sec upon our civilization is the increasing number of divorces In the ancient state the supreme importance of life was to increase the importance of the state Today the end of life is th individual good But the individual good lies in the prosperity of the family and It is at this point that the divorce strikes If not checked it will destroy the family The remedy to this as I sec it is to realize that matrimony is a state not a contract and divorce must be stopped Divorce strikes at the virtue of our women and this virtue is what preserves the state Divorce is the one foul growth upon our soil and upon its riddance depends the fate of our future Ii we are to choose between divorces and polygamy give us polygamy Giving an Element of True Manhood By JOHN D ROCKEFELLER JR One of the important may I say essential clements of true manhood is that of givin- gII so many people going through life to get all they can from others They have a basket on the arm and all the time arc trying to get things to fill it You never sec that kind put a hand in time basket and give to others They arc selfish and nar row They arc like the small apple on a treenot worth picking A man who gives is broadminded and generous to a degree and he is trying to do something for some one else We should all strive to be strong broadminded and helpful Man should be actuated by the high purpose of being of profit and Jiolp to his fellow man He should seek to help others rather titan think of himself He may not be able to rive money but he can give in kindly word and decd which far outweighs the giving of money The Independent Spinster By DR ELLEN MILES T HK future of the independent spinster will be just what it has always been Women of this kind have existed for years nd they will continue to exist so long as the sex docs Very many independent women will not marry because of the fascinations a life of absolute freedom has for them but their single Mess idncss will not be entirely on account of this more because the right nan has not appeared- It is a great mistake for a woman not to marry and I say this with deep feeling for I have been a spinster for many years Inde pendence never has stood in the wayof the woman who wanted tr wed so why should it now any more than before No the end and aim of every wellbalanced woman is marriage but this only for love that is inspired by the one and only man destined for her WfI Berea College r t Founded 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL t Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest t College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two year Course with Agriculture for young tnea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two roan Normal Courses For Teachers Throe courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma t Academy Course Four lilting for for business and for tifnICollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to BcCIlaujetc degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee II to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Kxpensea for torn IOS Week may be brought within JpiMOO about SIr to bo paid in ruluncIThe School is undented by Baptists Christians alisls Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination ht inrotHUioi u rfeicxoiv ninuu srcmm WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky The International Bible SeriesIt Tt LARGEST ZINC Or SCLPPRONOUNCING DIULCS IN THE WORLIfTer at atartn roe yeti CLEAR PRINTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDING tell Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Theo send for tbli French Maroc- cDlflaltj Circuit Rent Corers I 1 trader CvU xdrea SILK SEWED large TM tMlele- aSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS DIBLES COIIIThe Comblnitlon 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Ott shall the tillKrlin lift the latch IIAntshare my uioal n welcome guest Around my Jvlwl torch shall Bprlnj Each frnKmnt lower that drinks the dew t And Lucy at her wheel shall linK In russot grown nnd npron blue The village church among the trees When first our nnirrliiKi vows were given With merry pens shill swell the breeze And mint with taper spire to heaven I H 1 4 Jack and Jill nJ AllEnribhL Jack and JilllOnt nn the bill To fetch a pall of water 2 Up Jack got sod home did trot At fast u he could ca per- 3 Jill camo In and the did grin To IN the lallIr planter Jack fell down anti broko bit crown And Jill came tumbling af ter Vent to U d to mend hU hi mlVitb vin agar and brown paper Moth er v xd did scold her nutt Fur laughing at Jacks dUan ter Tho Laughing RilL ha bat laughs the rill TU not hard to turn the mill I IiI jutI keep on flowIng flow fag And the mill keeps Ing coIng J I Boes and Clover daywsayIHHHHH The Home JBMN1B aSTIR HILL Editor HHCOOKING EGOS Eggs should nevor be cooked in water which makes thorn hop merrily about They only grow tough horny and indigestible in boiling water If cooked in water at a low temperature they may bo digested by a child or r invalid It is not generally under stood why egga should be differently treated for different aorta of dishes Egga to be used for cakes souffles a and omelets must bo divided the yolks and whites beaten separately dependsjon into eggs The expansion of that air by rather slow cooking moans the success of such dishes Beat the yolks until they are thick and leuion colored the whites still so stiff and dry that they fly from tho beater like foam While beating the white of eggs hold the beater at an angle in stead of straight up and down in the bowel The work in this way can be done in much less time Use too the wrist movement not the strength of the whole atm By remembering these two rules you will not grow so tired or find your arm becoming lame before the eggs are beaten To prevent cake from sticking to the tin grease the tin thoroughly with soft lard not butter Upon this when cold throw a teaspoonful of flour shake briskly until every part is covered then turn the pan inside down and bit it a sharp rap to die lodge the surplus flour Remedy for Croup An excellent remedy for croup is kerosene A teaspoonful forced into the childs mouth will soften the phelgm and give relief at once HHHH I I H I I I MHHHK The Farm SILAS CHEBVKR MASON Editor MHIMMHMHH Commercial Fertilizers BY TUTOR c D IKWIS As a usual thing phosphoric acid and potash are used together as both are almost universally needed except in the richest soil and neither is read ily soluable in water and for that reason does not escape from the soil They should be applied in the fall and well worked in This element has a direct and indirect use Directly It gives strength to the stalk better developement to tho flesh of fruit and a brighter color aide in starch formation and assimilation and counteracts the effect of acid in 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columnBorn to Mr and Mrs R B Doe Center street on Friday evening an eleven pound boy Cash Rawlings was over from Pa nola Monday to attend the funeral of ABert from Mansfield IlL where he has been working for some months The Borea Produce Co Depot St made a heavy shipment of poultry eggs otc to Cincinnati on Tuesday of this wopk- Complete returns from Madison county give Beckham a plurality o 177 over Bolknap a gain of 218 for the Democrats Edith and Cleveland Frost who are in Dr Holmes hospital at Cincinnati are doing woll and are expected home in a few days Fay Hanson camo up from Londont where ho is employed as manager for the telephone company there long enough to vote The vote for town trustees stood t L V Dodge NX B R Robinson ICO Frank Coylo 160 Wright Kelly 159 R IL Roystou 1GU Plot G M Ballard Superintendent of schools in Rockcastlu county and Prof Clarence Miller Superin ton dent in Eatill county attended the Teachers Convention at Richmond Friday and Saturday This week Mrs Johu Boggs re ceived the first letter from her little deaf and dumb son Walter who is in tho school for the deaf at Danville It is legibly written and shows what remarkable progress can be made with only eleven mouths training at that InstitutionW Bower has boon officially appointed agent at the Lti N sta tion hero in place of J W Stephens resigned Mr Bower comes here from Wildie whore ho has boon the L N agent for five years Ten years ago lit was connected with the Mt Vor non Signal A card has been received from Miss Hnllie Embroo dated Oct 25 at Liverpool England which point she had reached on her way to her port as missionary in Argentina Republic She reports a iluovoyage though she was seasick three days Her address will bo 7CS Callo 58 La Plata Argentina Republic South America care of Wm Smart The Constitutional Amendment re calved 74 votes for and 7 against but sinco it requires a majority of all the vctcM east for it the amendment i de feated so far as Berea precinct is con 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BEREFT I passed the window where she used t lilt- With quickened step I knew ehe war not there This was the time her lamp was always lit- And she lat busy with her needles care For those she loved and oft by happy chance She would look down and give me a cheery glance t ouch busy handel Such tender loirir heart Thnt made of service crown and lurpl Her ness sunny Glance helped me to do ray partI desire to lighten and bless Those the dear Father gives Into my rare With whom the Joys and Briefs of life I share All undisturbed by anxious fear or care tier faithful love gives holy service yet The Heaven that holds her we shall lone to share In Its clear light O Heavenly Father let Our love tor her In Its deep truth appear Unstained by all rte telflsh blemish here out nht the vanished hand the sweet ntlllod voice For us the lItter loss for her the Bln1 In all her peace and rent I would rejoice Cut as I nonieward pase her windowpane Will have no light for rte no happy emlle Ah I miu t pass some outer way awhllel Iildor D French In Boston Transcript III A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD AlIerAHtAnsi T nrMCic Copyright tot by J n LlrpincclI Co All tieoti reserve CHAPTER X CoSTtSUKD cried Hosslter yes sirec said Parmelce 1Iirellet out a yell for Dick Whit and he came boundin to the door scart as a rabbit Water I 1shouted to him Bring that bucket 1 keep a bucket handy you know In case anythin should hap pen Inside He was pretty I npose but It seemed just all eternity to me However when he did come we werent many seconds gittin round to the other side and there was its pretty n little blaze as youd J IntofnowfKossitcr thats a mighty serious matter Von think Think broke In Parmelee you lance to think long to spot the Jdonto hands that tried that trick dcvclish ape I thrashed time Itother night though theres notliin to prove Hfer considerate I call It of those Vnterbiiry people to fix up that stockade or whatever It Is for hoboes over there and bring all the t parti1Isthat what theyve done asked IRoseitcry said Parmelce They jug a tramp If hes found In town but ioutside the corporation theyve got this place where all the vagrants un der Gods heaven can sleep and feed 1J Were rcapin the benefit of their little scheme- I dont believe this fcllowll try it on again here said Decraft as he nod Kossitcr turned to go Guess youre right answered Iarmclee Of course he saw that theLtie on the lookout If you should go to Waterbury tomorrow met not youd find him there with some JOKhis please handsome pals as innocent as As Hosslter and Becraft sallied forth on their excursion to Blue Creek on the following morning Sunday they encountered Jack Par niclce and Mr Morton in earnest talk t al the gateway ParmeleeI totIts quite a place said Parmelee Ill tell you what you might do- lie continued if you care to walk as tar Whats that Well If you follow the creek down for three gnarters of a mile mcbbe thatcInto that for a score of rods cross the Blue Creek road which makes a J 3bhg dip just there and after youve gone oh twice n I oeair take n heeurnro1gh the woods and uul1 hit our JogginVoad thatll 10lotch you out at the meadow below f theorchardMuch cald Jloesiter And say added Parmelee you might just have your eyes open andt watch out for any traces of th- atrShairyJ J Well hobo do It and the two swung 11offgulfJtSeptem 1 ber mornings The artist Frost had begun work upon his autumn picture giving little touches here and there jI t which Jater he would amplify until the whole countryside from horizon to horizon would show the result of his glowIng skill hnpIM the tle ltPjped tvr a Wftment at t ltt I = YO the spot where Itaanltvr had encou tend Whiskers The valley of the Blue Creek was at their feet peaceful mid beautiful in the September sunlight Sorryexclnhmned Itossitcr very far iron It And Ive you to thank for It all I feel that Im a different man from the vagabond you met that day at I11ic- aTheres no doubt o that Xo bodyd take you for the same chap Hut as for thanks I dont want to hear anythin about that sort o thing You dont suppose Ive for lfotte what you did for me do you Well well call Its quits and say no mote about it But why did you let on to your mother In regard to that business In the river She made It mighty uncomfortable for me the other day- Becraft grinned Old sheT said We She always thought you was Just about right hut by jinks now youre the whole thing an no mistake What does she think about a cer taro son of hers Kh Joer Decraft tried to look unconcerned but his effort proved a flat failure and BO In the best of humor they de scended into the valley Along the bank of the singing cyrstal stream they wanderer now through open pastures now beneath tiro shade of great forest trees and now through n dense undergrowth of leech and maple On both sides rose lofty wooded hank sometimes 100 yards or more from the bed of the stream sometimes close at hand ro that they could see in moist clefts far above their heads great sprays of maidenhair and beds of the rare walking fern They surprised speckled trout In dark pools hol lowed by the action of the water upon the blue slate which gave the stream Its name and they encountered cu rious fungusgrowth strange even to Rofislter wio had picked up consid erable woodlore in his wayfarings By and by they noted the branch glen of which Parmelce lint spoken and turned into It It was contracted and thickly wooded before they emerged upon the Blue Creek road a highway which ran for some dis tance parallel to the stream and then bent away towards the Merton farm but above the road it expanded and in places the forest was less dense Time road crossed the ravine by an embankment and yet there was a sharp dipso deep was the depres sion Golly said BCM it gazing about if this aint a wild place It certainly Is responded Ilossl ter We might be miles from a house and yet presume there arc farms quite near They did not pause to see how ever but continued on their way up the glen I think wed better climb the bank nnd strike Into the woods here an nounced Kossitcr as they reached a spot where the ravine widened and its bottom was dotted with dense clumps of scrub hemlqck They were making for the thicket covered slope when on passing be tween two close set hemlock clumps they discovered the still smouldering ashes of a fire Charred potato skins and cobs from which the corn had been eaten were strewn upon the ground Were too late for breakfast said Itossiter looking about him as if in search of further traces of those who had kindled the fire It might bet Interesting to know whoa feasted here More than one evidently judging the workmen by their chips or if but one hed been Indulging in a pretty long fast There was nothing further to be discovered so they ascended the bank and entered the forest After a time as ParmelceJjad predicted they encountered the logging road and were back at the farm before the dinner hour That afternoon re ported the finding of the remalnff the fire to Mr Mortons manager Of course theres no tellln who It might have been Parnjelee said Well keep watch anyhow That blamed monkey may still be hangin about after all CHAPTEU XI THE DIP IN THE BLUE CREEK ROAD Hoppicking at the Merton farm was drawing to a close It was Wed nesday afternoon nnd by mid aftcr noon of the day following Jack Par melee calculated that the last pole would be stripped During these final days of the liar vest Miss Densmore had contrived to learn much of the story of nosslt LoS life net directly but by Inference and by patching together such facts In regard to him as he had let fall intentionally or by accident She managed to break in upon his reserve and hind often been upon the point of asking him certain questions regarding himself yet hind never done Of liosslterH admiration for her she was aware perhaps in a meas ure by Intuition for he had scrupu lously endeavored not to let his feel ings be manifest and she doubted If even her cousin had observed any thing lu his demeanor to indicate that he had a preference between them Her state of mind towards him she had not seriously tried to analyze Of a lively Interest in him sue was conscious but had any one suggested that she cherished n deeper or a warmer fet lng she would have re pelled the dta vehemently The dlv covery of we3r lIes In his character had not lowered hlti in her eatlma tlon Indeed her sympathies for that very reason went out toward him more strongly She fancied she discerned the battle lie was fighting with himself and loiged somehow If he would but let her IP site JIm encouragement an J heiyi taaesllalssrww + rFOn Tfdnesday morning the girls had been at their box as usual but they did not come Into the yard to pick In the afternoon About three oclock as Ilossttcr was stripping pole In that portion of the field near est the house he caught sight of Miss Merton hastening towards him Where ii Tack Mr larmelee1- she called much perturbed an soon as sue came within speaking dis tance ItoKkitcr looketl about but could see nothing of the farm manager Fi nally however he descried him en gaged in emptying n box of hops in a remote part of tho field There he Is he said way out yonder Oil wont you go anti fetch him Im all out of breath And hurry do for what I have to tell him may beery important Kossitcr set out at a sharp run and presently he anti Parmelce came back together The polepuller was about to retire when Miss Merton stopped himWont you listen too Mr ROKS ter she said for If theres any trouble perhaps you can help us He acquiesced and the two men stood regarding the girl in expectation and wonder First tell me the said addressing Parmcfc if Simpson Is in the yard for if he is perhaps Ive had my fright for nothing Simpson exclaimed Parmelee no hes not Ive been lookln for him this long time sent him over to the kiln on an errand more thou half tin hour ago Then Im afraid theres something wrong said Miss Merton growing more agitated and oh I wish Id come sooner I happened to go out on the porch a while ago the went ou speaking rapidly and saw a man running far down In the lower or chard lie stopped under a tree and then I noticed there were two 9ther men there I thought theywere some of time pickers after apples you know theyre in the habit of getting them and didnt pay much more at tention but when I gut back in the house it cattle to me that the first man seemed like Simpson and that one of tins others though of course I couldnt really see much at that distance hind a face like that creature who frightened us at the hopdance I went out to look again and they were gone so I came to the conclu sine that they must have leaped the fence and taken a short cut back to the yard but when I got to thinking about It later I coultlnt help feeling that It was strange so I hurried over to tell you- Parmelce pursed his lips and Brcmcd Incredulous If it want for Simpsons ab sence said he P should set all this down as foolishness Miriam Wasnt Simpson by when father started for Ilintouvllle she asked and didnt he hear father speak about going to the bank for money to pay the pickers and say he meant to return by Blue Creek road because he wanted to speak with Ezra Merrl man a minute lie was there by the Eternal cried Iarmclee for he brought the horse out And you know Simpson owes fa ther a grudge for having him die charged last spring Father aid he never would hove let you take him back If help hadnt been so scarce continued Miss Merton growing more animatedIf nnythln wrong said Parmelee now awakening to time possible seriousness of the situation were losln valuable time Youll come he asked turning to Kocsitcr Id rather have you along than anyone else I know Im at your service said Rosaiter You find Dick Whlttleaey Miriam and tell him to hitch on to the light wagon with the yellow gear and drive towards Mcrrlmans by the Blue Creek road as fast as he can Well go across lots If anythlne goln to happen itll be at the dip Parmelee had suddenly thought of time remains of the fire which Ros slter and Becraft had seen near this depression in the road You know Sylvia went with father said Miss Merton as the hur ried away IJy thunder so she didcriedParmelee Rostiitcrs face grew very grave at this news You havent a revolver have you he asked Xo I wish to heaven I had ex claimed the farm manager Theres a shotgun at the kiln but its so heavy Itd be more hindrance than use Parmelce paused long enough at the barn to catch up the oxgoad then he led the way down through the orchard The dogtrot pace he set harjlly satisfied the Impatient ROB slier but ho ventured no comment realizing that Parmelce was the batter judge of time nnd distance The latter was inclined to drink at the spring hut his companion restmlncd him telling him water was a poor stay for what they might have in hand Swerving from the logging road at the glade they struck off al most at right angles Progress was slower now yet they did not relax into a walk until they approached a fence beyond which the bank of the branch of the Bine Creek glen pitched abruptly Up to this time they hind exchanged but few words Ive been thinkln It out said ra melee leaning for a breathing space against the top fencerail an I goes wed better part here that you can bit the dip on one glue amid nn the other If you follow this fence youll come out In a pasture about 300 yards from the road then If theyre In sight you can shout and wate em to stop Ill cross the glen here and thatll butt juc on the otter JI i 1Fideway an life from the other Youll have a little farther to go but I take it youre n good bit speedier than I am How does the plan strike your An excellent answered llosulter All right then said Parmclce were oft and he put hU foot upon the lower rail Here amid there an RoKultcr sped on the sunlight lay in little golden splashes uJon1l0118 and bracken but mostly his track lay through soft cool green shade The ground was high and dry and though time tree vet thickly there was scarcely any undergrowth to impede his progress ills blood sang lu his veins and hR was keyed to the height of acting lie leaped across hollows sprang over fallen logs and vaulted crossfences with the llghthcartednets of oil hastening to n tryst Ills thought did not include Mr Merton nor slut it take Into account the portability of harm befalling the one whom lie was tpcediar to guard Neither did lae IE SmANO TO Mil MCltTOX AID harbor any dream In his mind that to him aught could accrue front any aid he might give to the girl whew gracious loveliness hind grown to l1e so much to him lie wan filled with the pure joy of serving That alone Impelled him At length the forest grew thinner and he taw before him the open field and beyond it the Blue reek road As he emerged from time trees he dill covered that A short distance from the dip the highway took n sharp turn ho that in reality he had but a few rods of it In view lie had traversed perhaps half of the stretch of pasture when he descried n horse nail buggy rounding the bend Wai it Mr Merton and his niece An n Ktnnt and he knew it was and Mr Merton was driving rapidly Rnasitrr set up a shout and began waving hit rap but evidently tho noise uf tte wheels drowned his cries mind against the dark background of trees skirting the glen his figure won not sun for tube occupants of tine carrlap did not appear to be looking towurl him and there was no diminution tit the speed of the horse He redouble his shouts and yet without effect Then It occurred to him that his proximity to the fence and foliage might be time cause of his not being noticed nod he ran obliquely Into the field swinging his arms Just an the horse reached the crest of the dip he fancied y11ss Densmore observed him but he war not sure for a moment later the buggy disappeared lie did not slacken hut speed but raced on over the springy turf hit tar alert to catch the first sounds of n struggle A confusion of shouts came to him as ho drew near the fence separating the pasture from the road lie put his hands upon the top rail and went over with a bound AI most before Ids feet touched ground he was conscious of what was going on In the dip below him Mr Mor tons horse was rearing and plunging in the grasp of one man while Mr Merton was lashing savagely with his whip at two others who were attacking him from opposite sides of the buggy Of Miss Dens more Itossiter could see nothing but he surmised and rightly that she was crouching half upon the seat and half upon the bottom of the vehicle to give her uncle freer play with hie whip With nn Indian like yell Rosslter dashed down into tho dip Already cne of the menWhiskershad Mr Merton In his grasp lie seemed not to herd the shout but the other Simpson turned his head and seeing who it was stepped back a pace Whiskers attention was thus at tracted and he too recognizing Koxsl ter ripped out a Tackle him tackle him you dum my Ill tend to the old gent IIP addedlie had not relaxed his ferocious grip on Mr Merton and KoRslter saw that Miriams father was in Imminent danger of being dragged from the carriage Jill whip had slipped to this ground and the reins would have fallen beneath time heels of the horse had not Miss Densmore opportunely seized them Kossitcr eluded Simp sons clumsy attempt to grasp him and sprang to Mr Merlons aldthui forcing Whiskers for an Instant to release his hold If he could keep them at bay until Parmelee arrived all would bex well He danced out of reach along the edge of the embankment after ho lead fetched White hers a stinging bulTet Simpson close after him ITo Bo Continued Hid tars of a llruallfol Woraitn A famous statesman on being asked what ho considered the greatest type oi beauty in woman replied Time woman who in beautiful and dots not know it and the homely woman who by her Intelligence nnd graceful bearing mates you forget lLDdrolt Fret Jrcsfc w = r r A Sweet Tooth Ie responsible for many ache and pains But whatever the cause ofde ray it should be arrested aud the Teeth put in good condition Wo clean fill or extract tooth with out pain to the patient Our fine seta of teeth at fft made on zjlonite or rubber are absolutely per fect We guarantee them Teeth extracted 2rtcenta Tho brat amalgam filling 76 coats Special ac commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson KyItl qr y rwtaarsla4asdtntlnc wtlh use rablu wothmN se rn iutb and rrpor- lSW FT Opa e Pab tit antsllfuslntlon 0 R lateyourwatsad t ahlleg TELEPHONES CwnpbU 750 per par FjMh pair of rheas ara- tNlhl unit lIIeUII U Ih Iui plagram w l Brou ran must It KffMurj Dfrtionl oilboul neioe- Lm tl c or KJrcttlcal tirelms cointitew Onint nIlr and iMluiIri tar tt llrwinf NO a 1iivnr r pair I1 f tW ireI AIL Wlr Iii TaIIIIII 111 ittapla oral Tale P 1II3IIMAX C TAFKL t 0KvrovTHiwo KliniicAL 131ewisPT1aowalult LUVMVIIIK Kv A lloncrruni Month This is tho month of coughs colds and acuto catarrh Do you catcbcold easily Find yourself hoarse with n tickling In jour throat and an annoy ing cough at night Then you should always have handy a bottle of Hal lards ilorehound Syrup J A An dcrfton 3T West fith St Salt Luke City writes 1Vo Ull8lJallanl Syrup for coughs and colds It gives im mrxlinto relief Wo know its tho lost remedy for these troubles I write thiH to induce other pooplo to try this pleasant and ellicient remedy fIe Mc and 100 at East Hud Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homeKorea goods such Oil bed coverlids linen sires linsey jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlid is 4 to 16 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dross Lin ey GO cents a yard Jeans CO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 a pair While linsej and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wanta toned cover lids or homespun to Bereft College should find out what the College wanta before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply In per IOU or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky A Good Nome From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Risers aro unequalled as a liver pill Thoy aro rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work with ease WTEaston Boerne Tex Thousands of people oreusingihese tiny little pills in profr erence to all others because they are so pleasant aud effectual They cure biliousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by East End Drug Co I MONUMENTS Yves i stonts ttatntrf Sislt and Marble Work of all kind don in a workmanlike manner at reap aonable price and with dispatch All work gust anteed bIGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cbri rl NdssedColInsatnata111h11t r Whilon Croaiu Vermifuge notouly kills worms but removes tlio mucus and slime in which they build thtiii nests it brings and quickly n healthy condition of tho body whom worms cannot cxittt 25c at Fast End Drug Co DR M Er JONES tf Dentist x- OfhiteOver Printing office Office Days Wednmday lo enJ ol the week- GARRET HOTEL Newly tilled up Mi nla Bomd anti Lodging at popular prices Second lit opiKMltn Court UOUM Richmond Kv R G ENGLE Prop llrniilltnl Clear Ll ri- Hcrbiuo exerts n direct influence on tho bowels liver and kidneys purify leg end atrungthoniug those organs and maintaining thorn ill n normal condition of health thus removing a common causcof ycllowtiiothi y greasy skin anti more or Iww of pimples blotches nUll black heads flab at East End Drug Co 1 h M10M + 1 THIS IS THE TIME F- ORWinter 1 j Robes fthe1andTHEY 1 RANGE IN PRICE FROM If 150 to 1500 T J MOBERLBY t Main Street Richmond Kv s 10 M hh Heat Inlmrnt on Kurlh I M McIIauy Greenville Tex writes Nov 2 1JOO I hall rhoiimn tism last winter was down in bed tit weeks tried everything but got no clief till a friend gave mo a part of n rattle of Ballards Suow Liniment used it and got two more bottles It cured mo and I havent felt any thou natism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to bo tho boat liui lent on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pninRj rub in Ballards Snow Llnluout you will not suffer loujfcbut will be grati lied with a speedy and effective cure 26c COc and SI at East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS 4 Fruits and vegetables a specialty Sole agents for Banner Cream Bread I orrosiTE JJvnpEnge HILL w WINTER BEE FEEDING A ftlmplr Ilnlr UN4I Jnr HeIr WMrh UTU Vied KurrrtifBll t far Ynr hISCion1t lift on the summer stands iMjulre anywhere hum 20 to 30 pounds i f rood food for successful wintering A little In excess of this amount will do no harm but on the contrary will Urn ulate the colony In building up farter In hi following spring If one ban on hand MMiie tenkd rombs of honey a few of them ran be distributed among the light colonies but In the absence of tbue will be necessary to feed liquid honey or u ilrup mode of sugar and water Do 7 rcrtBV KOH DEFog tot think o WIng anything but the very test rraniiated sugar It the feeding ran be tiltndtd to while the weather Is Mill warm the sirup need not be quite co IhlM tay about two pounds of sugar to one pint of water which will make three I oundH ol tlrup If feeding Is deferred until cool weather has tti In the sirup will of neruilly hUe to br of a tome what thicker consistency for the bees will not be able to evaporate the super fluous water out of It In making sugar ilrup be careful not to burn It while boiling In fart It need not be boiled nt all Juit pour the boiling water over the ugar and ttlr until thoroughly dls rolvtd When cool It Is ready to give to tho beta It Is claimed by tome bee keep ers that It a few lablenpoonfulu of ex tracted honey are added to the sugar Mrup it will prevent Its granulating in he combs but there Is little danger of this anyway In regard to feeding the bet I any late way ran be follow d which dots not expose the feed to other IHHB nnd Itclto robbing As everyone hall a Jar and Nate will describe the accom panying simple device The drawing above represents an Inexpenilve fettle After the ilrup has been made pour It into an ordinary fruit Jar cover with a tingle ihtcknefs of cheei cloth and tie with a tiring around the neck of the Jar Now Invert on top of It u plate turn the whole up lde down on top of the broodfrarar In the ixwltlon shown In the Illustration the sirup will ooze out 4a fat an the bfen tip It up but not any SalirY tt ltrmaEmlat CONTROLLING TURKEYS 1 tuple Lull ArrnnBriuenl Thai Ir Tli em rum Klplnc Or- toun Icurr It III the nature of n turkey to be of I roving roaming disposition and though we breed them fur a thousand yctuH they probably wilt not lone this Instinct It has always been this rharactcrUtlc that has handicapped many a brefdtr nUll caused family Itwls and rooner or later the down fall of turkey rearing uan many farms It Is a wellknown tact that turkeys fall to do well when yarded or hampered In any manner hence they must be allowed tho run cf tho fields ubout the farm to melt with success In rearing a brood Turkeys are but little trouble In wan dering away until half grown then their Instinct lea Is lhem to stroll far ther In quest of fond The first requl tile anti n very ptojujr one to practice ta to teach them to come homo every evening for feed and to more readily hike up their night quartern there Since our farms are berwnlns more extensively fcncud with wire netting or woven fences It become much easier to central a floclt of turkeys wjthlii tho bounds of certain fields wlK e they may Wan the waite raIn und many insects An Ingenious derive which w Lave 1431 in use In several Instances la con rol the flying propensities of this Writ was made by boring holes In R piece trf thin tough shlnxlc about three by 4lglit Inches In size and fastening this antiflyer lUKin tho tot of ti o birds vJmH by n tuft stout strlnif Till or TJttiichiiont quite prcrentfl their flying wtr n common fence Of course turkeys equipped la this mnirocr must be provided with tow DerchfS in an open plied which Is the proper allnce for the farm hock of tnr hts lo congregate Turkeys which jierulfct In flying to the barn roof mlT be tqnipted in this maaner nod ullr trnliMd o o upon perches fixed In au open IIbltd jor they soon become dotll as flock 4ff sheep and may be drlrcn About the litnmynrti or back and forth o the fivWB In like manner and when at toned for anarket may be driven nIonK th n highways as readily as rf drove at Iiogs George W thrown In Ohio Farmer llo t Fallen Turk Turkeys If Uktn aright nre easily rcttened In tad osier than any other rcwjs But one must go at it In the right way the turkeys have bad a Inn tango all sumnu you cannot latIten tu m with any satisfaction In ann tlocurc The change will cause ttUM to fret and refute to af1 and thus 00I Initead of gaining Teach them to- ttome up at regular Intervals and then fluff them Y0H will soon find them lunging at f hori distances one coming pp even betWMD ftllne UnHfNJd jrmer- s d w c LAND PLOWED IN FALL Mumy Claim Thee II Prodarm Lftvgsp trvim of irst Tlinn Suit Tilled In Xprln There Is often a difference of opin ion among farmers of tho name local ity us to which IS best for corn fall or Hpriug plowed ground This It doutitlttn due largely to tlffrrent con dition The kind of a seaftm may also make u difference In the remits How ever wo cannot tell beforehand what the Btanon will be like OftUraeu too the matter of fall U one of expediency If tho plowing of the corn ground la left entirely until tprlniT It Increafes the rush of work naturally attendant upon this nvwon of tho year Increasing the liability to do some of It hastily and poorly Aside from thin feature there wt however special advantages In fat plowing for corn cwjitrlally when ddne rather latle Numerous lancets A1 worms that have cnmonred UBiBelves In the holl for the winter will be turned up And destroyed Tnt turning up of the toll late leavJEr the surface In a rough coed loosu condition favors tho ab sorykJCn of water from rains and melt Irg snows Prof King records a dlf feitnce of 231 per cent of moisture in the Upper three feet of soil on May H In favor of late fall plowing land ai compared with adjacent unplowed land This means lO tons more wa ter In the fall plowed land for the use of each acre of growing crop Such see tions have just experienced two exceptionally wet seasons will doubt less be slow to appreciate the Impor tance of this point hut there liars been plenty of ceasoMi when It would have been appreciated and there will bo plenty more of the same kind late fall plowing leavlrg the surface un even and the furrows running In such direction as will best hold the water not only raiifen more water to enter the soil but by lessening the run off ICSSUIH the Ions of toll by washing Dy this wo do not mean that rough haggled plowing better than plow log well done because It leaves the surface more uneven There arc other considerations besides that of moist UM the plowing should by all mean be wull done whenever It Is done Then to conserve this moisture in the spring this fall plowed ground hould Tie worked over ns soon as It Is In proper condition to work luw easier to ob lain a nice ted bed on full plowed ground On the other han Its finer conditions allow It to settle together and establish capillary connections more readily than spring soil and grentsr attention Is necessary to prevent loss of molsturn from evaporation during the spring and summer months 1rairlu Farmer- HANDLING BARB WIRE 1117 Jlnelr PrnniP Which Wilt Va ruth Spool f Vlrr Wlllioul Any TnuKllnv Find below a device for handling barbwire in fence building This little frame will unroll a spool ul barb IIAIII1 WIHK KHAME wire without tangling and keep up nil slack It Is csj eclally adapteil to timber and brush land where there Is no room for a wagon A broomstick at H runt through the spool blocks at AA straighten the pieces where bored E A Ilobcrts In Kpltomlrt H SomlK Amrrlrnn XBBir Muni The agricultural department at Wash ington In Inquiring Into the statement of Coimil General Richard iuenther that a new plant has been discovered In South America which promise to supplant tbo sugar cane and the sugar btet Sclen tlflcally the plant II known as tbecrupa torltim lebnndlum and it contains n largo amount of saccharine matter and a percentage of natural sugar properties hlch are easy to extract According to Ir Guenther a lump the Mze of a rea will Btifllclently sweeten a cup of coffee as the product mode from the plant Is from 20 to SO times sweeter than cane or beet sugar It Is sold to be easily cultl voted In countricabavirig climatic tooth lions similar to tho e of the touthcrn portlonHot tho United States W1teriUc ilf Out 1 UrA good way to winter bees In single hives 8 to remove them to Ibo south sldo of tome building place the hives eloPe together and cover with dry straw on top aud tildes and put a few boards over the straw to turn rain and snow The entrance should be left open for the bees need fresh air In winter as well as summer The little vorkers do not mean to bo shut up so would certainly e use a disturbance All the bets that die during winter leave the hive to If closed this would be Impossible When spring opens they should be removed to the stand where they are to remain tho ni of the seawnL A K Uaekwa ter in Fnrm and Home tirlrrllon ofAllrredlnai Fonts It Is n mistake to winter over too many fowls for breeding especially of males One turkey torn will answer for a dozen liens one drake may be kept for every tire ducks and about the same proportion for geese One male guinea for every three hens and on an average one rooster for every ftftf4In hens The Jweplng of surplus males only adds to lu expense of the flock without return IBJT any income Only such fowl should btffcrpt through the winter ae nr peed ed ll11 toylog and trttdlng Ftsya Home I y = c I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leiti In llit Inlrrnnlliiiinl Srrlr fur November ItMIl DuvlUa Grlrf Over illinium THE LESSON TKXT a Sam Z43J- U And LtavU sat between the two gates and the wutrhmun went up to tilt root over the irate unto the wall and mud uji hlB eyes unit lookiJ and behold a man running alone 21 Anil the watchman crUd arid told the king And the klnif paid It tie be ulone there Is tidings In his mouth And lit amine upacr and drew liter 1C And the watchman nuw another man running and the wultliman called urtlo the porter and said H Tiold unother man running alone And time king raid lie also brlngeth tidings 17 And the watchman said Me thinkMli the running of the for nol In Ilk the running of Ahlmuni the son of XaJol 4nd the kln r said lit Ji u good man und cintlh Mlth goal tidings A And Ahlrnaax called and said unto he kinK All well And tic Ml down to Uf earth upon hit face before the king ind sold llltmta be the Ixird thy God which hath dfllvntfl up the men that lttsd up their hand UKulust my lord the kin g 19 And the king laid li the young man Abrulom rufcT And Ahlmuui answered When Josh sent HIP klnun servant ind me thy rvt nt I saw a Krtat tumuli jut I knew not what It wa 11 And the king nld unto him Turn jflde and Mand here And he turned tldr and stood still And behold Cuihl came anil CucM told riding my lord the king for the Lord hath avenged thee this day of till them that rote up against thee C And the king told unto Cuihl In the youni man Alunlom rate 7 And Cushi an twrrtd The enemies of my lord the king ind alt that rice against thet to do thee lurt be an that younx mann And the king was much moved und IItnl up to the chamber over the xntr ami wept and an he went thus hr said U my son Abnalotn my ron my son Ab luiom would Clod lad died for thee 0 Absalom my ton my son- 4thlthIl TiT A fiiulUli mm is a Brlrf In hit fnllirr Iruv IlltlOfTMNK OF fiCIlllTtIlU SECTION UaV t light Hum 1S1317 flu Hal Dt and IJeath of Alunlom J tam l l2i- WalMnis fur the CP2 Ham KMrThe lather Grief for his Son Sam lSta3N- OTK8 AND COMMENTS 2 Sam 15 1317 29 David might have attempted to defend Jerusalem against Absalom but was unprepared and unsuccessful resistance would have meant the tacking of the city and tho horrors that Invariably accompany a ink Notice throughout the account that David was thoughtful for others No part of the history throws more light on his real character than dues this story of hU flight and at no time wos his heart more kingly and his spirit more admir able than In this time of his extremity Note I his thought for Jerusalem 1514 21 his generous treatment of Ittal captain of a detachment of his fa mous foreign bodyguard Iii 1922 3 the Bending back of the ark 152526 onirastlng Davids reasonable view of the situation with the superstitious Ideas of former generations 4 the king treatment of Shlmcl 1C913 191023 Though David was now an elderly roan anti hint of late retired more and moreS from active public life his old energy and diplomatic skill returned to him at this time lie himself planned every detail of the campaign Ch IS 123 Before the decisive bat tIe was fought Absalom reigned three months at Jerusalem David had forti fied himself at Malunalm across the Jordan tram Jerusalem During this time both were making preparations for the struggle butthe delay strengthened David far more than it did Absalom Time account of the battle Is clear While time army of the usurper was probably the larger It lacked discipline With David were time famous generals Joab Ablshal anti Ittal with tho no less fa mon Old Guard of mighty men Vs 2427 One thing Is very clear It was the loving father and not time out- raGed king that was supreme In David as he oat by the gate that day breathlessly waiting for news of the battle If he be alone there U tidings It he were flee ing there would be others with him A good man good tidings Ahl mane was Davids friend antI his eager nets to be thin hearer of tIme news was considered a good sign by the king Vs 2833 All Is well David knew that could rot be forto his fattier ly heart victory would be almost as bit ter as defeat Davlds only reply to what was good stews to others was the ques ion Is It well with time young man AlI alom Went up to the chamber over the gate To be alone Comment upon the pathetic passage that follows would be superfluous Our cherished Idea of David the king Is of the serene psalmist with hart In hand praising Rod What must Davids Idea of himself have been as heybowed his head alone In the chamber over the gate that daytime head whose gray hairs told the tale of limo heartbreaking sorrows of these last years What had his life been What kind of a father had ho been What example hud he set his eons They lint Inherited his own weaknesses anti pas sions without his virtues What could he expect of the children of the harem For It he hind neglected his kingly duties anti he had been Indulgent and weak In the government of his children There Is no more tremendous sermon on the Inexorableness of Cods law of cause anti effect than the simple story of tho tragedy of Davids life Ienltent and forgiven and the friend of God though he was he knew that he was reaping what he had sowed1lCTlCAi suaansTioxs Ill deeds whether sown by saint or sinner produce a large crop of evil re stilts The end of wickedness Is destruction and Infamy As David felt toward Absalom so does theHeavenly Father feel toward each one of lUll rebellious sons A vacant mlod is open to all suggestions an the hollow mountain returns echoes nil sounds Riches come better nfusr poverty tban poverty after riches JLJ A I LIIW V HIDES SEX FOR EIGHT YEARS MU llnj Knoli htitiathiiilnis5ViPt- trii t tiuhlet nil VflN Drill llniiil The people of PrentlHs county Miss are much puzzled over the astute man ner In which Miss Willie Hay a citi zen of that county managed to palm herself off as a man for nearly eight years without the Identity of her sex being doubted even by her most Inti mate friends and neighbors Miss Hay has resided In 1rcntlss coun ty since 1895 and during the lest five or six years worked for various farm ers for monthly wages She drcssed In the ordinary male attire of a farm hand and made regular trips to Uoonevllle the county seat each Saturday after noon riding astride on horseback and to all outward appearances being u neat looking boy of quiet gentlemanly liaU Its although a steady user of tobacco In chewing and smoking form Willie was known all over the county as a firstclass field hand a hard work er and good for hits debts Last year the girl In mans masquerade decided to start out as an Individual farmer Instead of a field hand and rented a small farm opened a store account and commenced to get In debt as all small farmers are expected to do The other week her sex was unexpectedly revealed at the courthouse lioonevlllo and since that time Willie has been compelled to don female garments Sue Is originally from Tennessee about 25 years of age and when Interviewed concerning her reasons for assuming the role of a man said that she did It In order to go out anti do mans labor for R livelihood VANDERBILT QUARREL ENDS Cornelius lie turglqn b IIIf lie iii llu rnmll 11cr M rs Vrnrit CornrlluH Vauderbtlt has been for given and peace has fettled upon the Vanderbilt family lor the first time In seven years ever since he married Miss Grace Wilson In defiance of his fathers command It Is said on good author ty that when CornellUH Vanderbilt and his wife return from Europe they will EO to Newport K I an the guesta of his mother at The Breakers and a series of magnificent entertainments will mark the reconciliation Alfred Owynne Vnndtrbllt Cornelius younger brother Is credited with bring lug about the harmony Jor which he has labored unceasingly for years What paved time way more than anything else was the recent dangerous Illness of Cornelius when he was near to Ueathia door for weeks from typhoid fever For a long time there was little chance that the young tuna would survive and this more than anything else brought mother and son together Few quarrels have so Interested society people as this one Young Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt line teen prom bent socially since her marriage She and her husband hro popular and the Vanderbllt feud resulted In many strange annoyances In society A n in it N for Slat Silllnn J W S Langerman Moroccos com missioner tu time Sl Louis worlds fair has Just boifght the Moorish sultan a brace of mules a number of Angora vats and goats some fancy dogs and a pacer nnd a span of fine carriage horses all of Missouri breeding The carriage horses were fluff and Blue wellknown ribbon winners and they cost theiiultan 12000 Lucy Knrtr It SVat llnnicrrona A Boone county Ulo Jury the other week gave a man a verdict for 110000 against tho St Louis Transit company for Injuries received in n street car ac cident Only three of the Jurymen bad ever seen a street car- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 10 CATTLE Common 82 50 3 25 Heavy steers 4 35 fi 4 SO CALVES Extra 7 25 7 50 HOGS Ch packets 5 20 fl 5 3 Mixed packers 5 10 2- 0SIIEEIExtra 3 15 l 3 25- LAMBSExtra 5 50 5 65 FLOUR Spring pat 4 50 4 95 WHEAT No 2 red SCVj No 3 winter hi 85V CORNNo mixed 45I 46 OATSNo 2 mixed 37 RYE No 2 61 6- 2hAYCIt timothy 13 25 PORK Clear family lf13 90 LARD Steam 6 30 UUTTER Ch dairy J2Vj 23YAIPJIPOTATOES Per hbl 2 17 2 25 TOBACCO New T 50 9 00 Old 5 5 65 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 00 ll 4 2- 0VICATNo 2 red 81 82 No 3 spring 76 fj 81 4 CORN No 2 mixed 44 44V OATSNo 2 mixed 35 4 RYE No 2 55 PORK Mess 11 37jll 50 LARD Steam 6 47P 6 50 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 95 4 1- 0Vl1iATNo 2 reel uI 8Gft COHNNo 2 mixed 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 42 RYE Western P 62 PORK Mess 13 25 13 75 LARD Steam 7 10 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red SWJ CORN No 2 mixed 49y- OATSNo2 mixed 40- CATTLESteers 4 50 00 HOGS Western df 65 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 85 CORN No 2 mixed 4- 7OATSNo2 mixed 39 PORK Mess 013 00 LAUD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 ret 84Y CORNNo mixed GJ 44 I OATS No 2 mixed V 35 2 1 e 4 reCllOOLCollege Acml Ap Bclce Model LIlt Norm Normal School- A l ham Inclgrtetl Je to I to 4 M tnopltal Fee 23 Si 15 23 lIOk lIpcr- utllOaled SJJ lit 126 23 ToW scboolIFor SpeCial Kiptmti below LIVING EXPBNSESBotM des la advance by month Room lest by term Hoard room fuel and lights 121 for laU and iprlngttl a witkl2Hor wlntor term week Ikuril in his Tlllfge allowed to approved lacr vrlciln price according to accomino dation urnUlied Adding thf hiring cxpcnfcc to ichool ex i Jnui wa find To be paid the lint day lnc1ullngthe depOlII In Collegiate Pepartmtnt tXVt Academy and Lttn Normal tlDIOi App11e Science Normal sad A OromuiarllT2 Model Scbooli I1J20 In wlntertlfi more breach No student can be rccclred who fails to make this advance pay ment Total Ordinary Expenses for Weeks areitcn to te In Collegiate Department ttO Academy sad Latin Xonnal 29 Applied Science Normal and A Gtommar 127 Model Schools tiS In winter Ihiee dollars ttore for rich Students paying board end room rent in full ftr a ttrtn at b glnnlng receive a discount oi Sfty cents Stuilents duly ezciioeil before the end of n term rerelve back an equitable portion ot the money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocal or Special Theory Jeitons hour clau of three 17 Ot Organ Violin etc lewon class of three 6 00 ttcnogrlimhy or Typewrltiug per term ClaM work In Harmony 300 tie of Ilano or Typewriter fi hr a day 1 C- of organ II hr a tug a 00 Rent of MiiMo Library JXT term M Chemical Laboratory according to inateilal and breakage about diyilral and Microscopical Laboratories term 100- Lbierlal In uVaxrlnr i cr term f tO Kxamlnatlon except on appointed lays 25 Graduation e degreuwith diploma 100 toil KENTUCKY UILDINQ IItXIIEItIENCa I IDESIGNSAnyone tending a sketch and aewnptlon mar Icklv rlaln our opinion free all Invention probably lnlAt Cnnmunl- tlonsstrictiyoonedentlal UandbookoalaUnla cur1ngp4ientaiatenta TdiitiiCjfilttrkal A baiutaomelr Illmtralod weeklr 1rmt eu or selen000 Term 3a- fls foot inontba Si = Nt0LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim Table In Effect May 24 1101 lnam North Tr ln 4 DII Leave Hele 32Oa m Arrive Richmond 3 fi2 a in Arrive Paris 5 05 R ra Arrive Cincinnati 7 30 am doing North Train 0 Pally Leavol3orea1255pmArrive Arrive Paris 8 18 p ra Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm Color Sooth Train I Deity LeavolIorea111pmArrive flatlyLearelioreaArrive Livingston12 30 a m Trains No and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jollico and the South with No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent IALLWORLDS FAIB lenpopularincents each ten cast at one Utile AU money aye and above trip expene of teach er to Into erection of the KentncKynulldlarat the Ex tbu given itbe lattifactlon of knowing aworthycause epd Important I been aided ot the ame time S teacher baa received rerBgnitlon Conteit con ducted auspice 0Kddcallonal Com mittee of Exhibit Association the organization formed to raise iqpooo rot a Kentucky Uulldlng full productslIvlnlfailedtion livery educator In the pubItmember of cf academy college or university medical dental or theological Institution vmtetant orcatholiedenomloationil ble to election Uembera Educational Exhibit Committee alone excepted Names of all school children to be enrolled In time Kentucky Building at the Kxpo sitlon KentuckY will have an educatIonal exhibit r co Iquoe feet of apace in lb- 1Ice The Expoattlon is to be the Ifealul International cent in the worlda hi tory Tile teachers chosen will be lucky Indeed to tendered limit trip to the Pair Iheryc- ouOl elects ii own most popular edoettor Thecouatoulldtof Jcfferaoncllolrbelar ul number of wtcndl1 c allowed to send two teachersthe most popular sod most popular TEl TOTES WILL BE US CSSI8 EACH TE3 COSSnTCT15a A BILLOT At ten cents each every school child In the State will be able to met nt least one vote for Sic or her favorite teacher limit the voting will not be confined to school children p1ncU8 or PUPILS dU1U OF TBQKPBIEXBS XU TOTE The or the Aoda- tlon being to elect the most popuisrachoot teacher in each countys1 so cousidered by the publlq generally as well as by the Btllots teu spaces no club of ten pupils may be arranged and each arlda ten teats be credited with Ida or her vote If one person de sires tocastten IeltmbedoaebWfIUalfl1or hernam on onecf the space and remit ting one dollar Itlsnotrequlredtbatthensmeoi the person voting be given tan All oUIIe space for voters names nay be left blank Tile Association wants however to enroll fn tbIKentucky Iluilding at 6tLout next ear the Dae of every child who cast one or more Totea la the contest IuplJa are asked therefore to lip their aam plahl11 tothic ballots 1 ALL IXPtSSES 07 THE TE1COEBS WILL BE pam by the Association This wilt Include j railroad transportation from Loalrvllle to Ct Louis sad return board at one ol the best hotel In the city for six days and admission to the exposition ground for six days TDBEE PASTIES THLI BE VIDE VPFBOI THE XOftIOPtL1n TEAChERS to mate the trip Dlore prolltble and more enjoyable Each orthee parties wilt consist ofortyo teaches Th l 7IwoulG make a total of teachers but as there arc only 119 counties In Kentucky the Assccta tlon bos decided to allow two teAchertl1 most popular and the second tacit popularto gu from that county Jefferson excepted which casts the greatest number of votes In the contest ILL TEICHEIIS IK MB STUB STiltS OX AX EQUAL FOOTIXO In this contest The teacher with 001 twenty pupils raar receive more the teacher with flee or six times as many enrolled his other school because the voting Is not conSumed to children The public will be an Important factor Votesmaybe cast for any person who taught school during 1901 or Is teaching now This the teacher of a five which closed In November or December the opportune IT tobceoted fordurlDjf the ncatloD pezod LIlT ircanER OF BALLOTS HAY BE CAST AT 0TC TIJTC There Is no limit The ten sent lu for an one teacher the more Totes he or she will be credited wtth- ONItDOLLAgCASTC TEN VOTHSt TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTU9 DOLLARS CASTSTIHRTY VOTES FOUR DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTES P1VK CASTS lITY VOTESIIEN DOLLARS CASTS A IIU2DRUD VOTES ONIC morcdolILASS CASTS ONK THOUSAND VOTES Allot the money received In this contest over sad above that used In defraying the no most teachers of the elate on to the Worlds go lion era atuck no1l41all1t tbeUlOIltlono eftryyoteria this cODlcn may have 1I0nallllllfctlon ortDOW K that he oa aioia a worthy cause TIm 6TA1TOIXO OF THE COSTESTA5T8 WILL BB PBHTTEB In each county to show his or her friend how the race labeingruli Begin voting now for fivotlte school teacher The votes will be counted the the H ucaUOClllbblblt Committee of the Association The personnel of this committee la as follows Prof H G Brownell Louis Prof U V FraDkfort t Pro It P Ualleck Loulnlllellrol W II- nttLolomfw Louisville Ircr FPau Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Davllle rrea I Dr W 0 Prosl Berea Dr D fluntooa Louisville Dr JiUArthur Ysger Georgetown t Superintendent M A CaasldIfX Ington Superintendent B r Vrogge Pranklort ProJ C Crabbe Ashland Prof IIcUenryIRIIoad OwenlbefoOl T e Alley BaUenas c Cherry Bowling BreentProf Oneocer Loulnllle JthllalUe S lull Louisville Sirs JImUy U Brackeu jntsville and D Tucker Louisville Member of the Educational Committee are not eligible to this contest BE1IE1IBEB BTEBY COCSTT ELECTS ITS OTfR FATOB1TE TEACHEB Competition UraIIcounties 1lu to the race for the ucth trtpthe couat1 oullde o Je rroa Isrgest total uiumber or volta befog gianted the dtitlnctton or sending two teachets The result will be announced In paper In the state and In addition this s latory message wilt IrO to the teacberlectcdIn each Lalerlhedetal1sorthetripwillb arranged etch teacher ehoen being given ths privIlege or the June July ot August iqoito which be or she wants to wake toe trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 3AWeotasthe most popular teacher in county ONB DOLLAR UNCLOSED lOc lOc lOo to mi 100fIo 10 10fVoterS jsaJae trnt the Assodatlosi wants an school teiWSKQ b1otVole 41rec tel or t pcr SSballoaJ clipPed be oblalat1ty ceplfll rtsde cuttjH1 e npnll 5 SMtat money order or la twisty tt siMeis rk k AirM all counicatstLaujivuit K Subscribe for The Citizen f rk f A THE CITIZEN t 9 RERRIOKELECTEDIEntire Is Defeated- LEGISLATUREI IS REPUBLICAN I J Official Returns Will Likely Make the Plurality Over 100000 SENATOR HANNAS ELECTION SURE Tidal Wave Swept Over the Buckeye State For Republican Adherents t Carrying Herrlck and Kntlre I Ticket to Victory With Al most an Unprecedented i I Plurality Ileeleo e tton of Senator Hanna T r q Columbus 0 Nov tThe Repub licans broko their record In Ohio In pluralities for governor by electing Colonel Myron T Herrick Rep over Mayor Tom L Johnson Dam by con siderably over 100000 The plurality on joint ballot of over 100 In tho legis lature for the reelection of Senator Hanna more than double any previous record Senator Foraker lad a rec ttordbreaklng majority of 35 on joint roelectlon two years ago and that for Hanna this year Is three times that majority Hanna suc ceeded John Sherman In the senato March 5 1897 by appointment from I Governor Bushnell and when Hanna was elected for the unexpired Sher yImanterm and the full term of six years March 5 1905 ho had only one majority after the most bitter contest that waa ever waged In an Ohio legis lature Senator Hanna will have the distinction of having tho largest as well as the smallest majority of any 11 senator elected from Ohio On account of the vote on five con stitutional amendments the countin- gij delayed all over Ohio and when returns were recslvol they couH not be compared with thoRb of any pre vious stato election as the 71 muninl paIl ties with 5000 population or over had been redistricted under a new municipal code that went into effect this year and Changed the voting pre municipalIt wore from the cities on which the notllthem made such Republican gains over their voto of last April with comparisons could be made as that the drift waa with the 1which In the towns even greater n the rural districts where tho Republicans were gaining a dozen to btheprecinct over the vote of last year when the Republicans had a plurality of over 90000 At the same time the reports off county committeemen so far as heard j from Indicated that the Republican tidal wave had carried with It the i close or doubtful districts and coun li lion for state senators and representa tives so that the Republican majority I 1 on Joint ballot 1181 exceptionally large Interest slackened early as there no longer any doubt about the and the only question was as JIas size of the state plurality and majority on Joint ballot for sena There waa much talk among the of both parties about McClel Ian going up In New York and John son going down In Ohio having some ponalbllltleata precedent t crake candidate for governor the year to national conventions being Iprevious of the delegates atlarge to national convention evident from the talk that the who opposed Johnson will i 1and their organization to prevent from controlling the next Demo state convention or naming tho delegatesatlargo to the Demo oonventlonI committee and Salon gave was In Cleveland with Mayor Johnson John H Clarke the Democratic candl date for senator and other Democratic candidates Secretary Richardson was thto only one here and he left Democratic headquarters before he could be asked for the causes of the unexpected resultChairman Dick of the Republican committee said the result was due to the remarkable personality of Han na popularity of Herrick indorsement JofRoosevelt and the state administra t tlon and that these conditions brought about harmony among the Re publicans while tho Democrats were especiallyIono single tax and other fads and Isms of Tom Johnsonlsm usedrhave a larger plurality than any other governor of Ohio Ohio has exceeded r 100000 plurality only twice In 1863 f John Drough Rep was elected gov Iornor of Ohio by 101098 when his Valcand the soldiers were voting outside 4thestate The only othor time when itheplurality exceeded 100000 In Ohio i r In 1894 for secretary of state when there was a panic and the Dem ocrats did not vote The Republican plurality of 1894 WU what wu calUd tJIl L s u i Jnll Itho crest of the McKinley but it was on a total voto almost 100000 less than the vote cast yesterday Democrats did not turn out In 1894 as they did yesterday Tho result of 1894 wall attributed to the Democrats staying at hOme and the result yeeterday Is attributed to them breaking over the party lines Tho scenes at the city hall where Chairman Dick Secretary Malloy and others received returns were at times wild as they read out the election of Republican members of the legislature from such close and Democratic coun ties as Hocking Vinton Coshocton Knox Ross Iauldtng Treble Mus klngum and Williams John H Clarke the Democratic opponent of Senator Hanna for senator but recently removed from Youngstown Mahonlug county to Cleveland and when the re turns showed that the Republicans had elected both members of the legisla ture from Mahonlng county there was a great demonstration as there was when It was announced that tho John eon Jouei fusion at Toledo had faleJ by the largest plurality ever known In Lucas county The greatest demonstrations were over the announcements from Cleve land that the Republicans had carried Cuyahoga county the home of Hanna and Clarke Herrick and Jlhnson by such a decisive plurality It is stated that the Republicans have carried threefourths of the 88 counties Chairman Dick announced that Her ricks plurality for governor would ex ceed 125000 and that there would be over 100 of tho 143 votes In the legis lature for the reelection of Senator Hanna It is thought that tho Republican majority in the legislature on Joint ballot will exceed 76 or double that of any previous legislature Result In Quaker City Philadelphia Nov 4All tho candi dates on the Republican city ticket were elected by the usual large Re publican plurality Although tho vote polled was not heavy the official figures will show a plurality for the sev oral candidates of probably more than 100000 The candidates on the Re publican state ticket for state treas urer auditor general and two Judges of the superior court carried the city by pluralities as largo as that given tho local candidates The election was one of the quietest held hero In years There were no factional differ ences In the Republican ranks but tho Democrats were divided Result In Mississippi Jackson Miss Nov 4The vote In the state was light The Democratic ticket headed by J K Vardman for governor was elected there being no opposition The race for clerk of the supremo court In which there were five candidates is in doubt The ticket Is long and relume are coming In slowly INDEPENDENCE Proclaimed by Citizens of the Itth mut of Panama Panama Colombia Nov 4The In dependence of the Isthmus waa pro claimed here A large enthusiastic crowd of all political parties assem bled and marched to the headquarters of the government troops where Oen orals Tovar and Amaya were impris oned In the name of the Republic of Panama The enthusiasm was im mense and at least 3000 of the men In the gathering were armed Washington Nov 4The following cablegram was received at the state department from tho United States consul at Panama An uprising has taken place at Panama Independence was proclaimed The Colombian army and navy officiate worn indo prisoners A gov ernment was to be organized consist ing of three consuls and a cabinet It Is rumored at Panama that a similar uprising was to take place at Colon Later the following official statement was made regarding the news from Panama- A number of confused and conflicting dispatches have been received from the Isthmus indicating rather serious disturbances at both Panama and Colon The navy department haw despatched several vessels to these ports with directions to do everything possible to keep travel open and main tain order along the line of the railroads Candidate Shoots Judge Louisville Ky Nov tIn a pistol duel In the voting place o the Thirty ninth precinct of the Eleventh ward Tom Kiley the Democratic Judge was shot through the head and probably fatally wounded by Jacob Krieger the Republican sheriff Samuel Stevens the Republican judge was crossing the street to enter the polls when Kiley opened fire on him Jacob Krle leI the Republican sheriff who was Inside the voting place says he be- lIeved that Stevens life was about to be taken and he opened fire on Kiley Krieger was subsequently released on 1500 ball No Relics Lost Rome Nov tThe Osservatore Romano publishes an official commun ication concerning the fire which broke out In the Vatican Sunday last saying We are authorized In the most explicit end tho most absolute manner to announce thafcjjo object of artistic or historic value was lost or injured In the recent Vatican fire Captain Ewen Shot At Lexington Ky Nov 4 Captain D J Ewen was shot at here by two men In an alley One bullet went through Captain Ewena clothing but he was not hit He returned the lire but with out elect and W assailants eccaptd DEFEATS MAYOR LOW Victory Rests on Tammany Banners IB Greater New Yorkaa r L lfOLELLAN IS ELECTED MAYOR Rates It Reelected Governor In Mus- luchnsf tta Other Hrtiirna From Recent Klrctlon In Various States New York Nov 4After n remark ablo campaign In which thoro woro united against him nearly all of the newspapers and practically every min later of religion in tho city Georgo B McClellan son of the civil war general was elected third mayor of Greater New York over Seth low fusionist the present mayor by a large plurality of about 70000 Ed ward M Grout was elected comptrol troller and Charles V Fornes presi dent of tho board of aldermen These two men wero originally o n the fusion tick et and wero In dorsed by Tam many whereupon tho fu Elonlsts took their names from the Low ballots and nominated oth er candidates uItattour nation of Grout and Fornes by Tammany that caused Hugh McLaughlin the veteran leader of the Kings county Democracy to bolt and declare that ho would not support men who were not Democrats In spite of his defection however McClcllan Grout and Fornes carried Kings coun ty The management of their cam paign there was taken over by State Senator Patrick II McCarrcn when McLaughlin refused his aid A surprise was tho low vote for Wil liam S of who ran on an Indepen ticket en practically no support The chango jt public sen siiico Mayor BETH LOW election two years ago when ho won by At that time ho carried all the boroughs but Queens his plurality In Manhattan the Bronx 5633 In Brook lyn 25767 in Richmond 763 In Queens Shepard Dem had a plurality of 661- McClellan carried Manhattan and the Bronx by 58000 a gain of lyn by 6000 a gain of 31000 and Queens by about 5000 a gain of more than 4000 This a total net gain for Mc Clellan of about 103000 us compared with She Deer former chief police dent which was giv results show a great timent Lows 31632 and being and about 63000 Brook about makes pards voto of aroma B UCLXLLAX two years ago Low carried only one borough Richmond by about 200 votesTho victory great as It Is or Me Clollan Is of more significance to Mr Murphy who made up tho Democrats and who managed the campaign Defeat would have meant for him deposl lion from his post as leader with all Its powers and opportunities and tho accession to control of another fac lion Indeed plans had been made by certain Independent Democrats based on the belief that Low would be re elected to reorganize tho Democracy of tho city with Tammany left out To Mr McCarron also the result mount much for had McClellan lost McLaughlin would have been In control and MoCarren and his friends would have had little to hope for The car rying of Brooklyn for McClellan caused astonishment ns It was be lieved that the cry of no red lights In Brooklyn would cause an Increased vote for Low In that borough The result was known early and Mayor Low sent a telegram of congratulation to Colonel McClellan Colonel McClellan who Is at present u member of congress made the following statement I shall go at once to Washington to prepare for the ex traordinary session and as soon as the question of Cuban reciprocity Is dis posed of I shall turn my attention to the affairs of the city I invite the cooperation of every citizen whether he supported me or not ond regardless of his political views in the advance ment of the citys good This victory should encourage and unite all Democrats for the presidential contest In 1004 Charles F Murphy the leader of Tammany hall said The figures speak for themselves end the people have spoken Of course we are pleas ed at the result It bears out the fig ures we gave If the election had been a week further off the chances are that Devery would have polled a larger vote than Low Scarcely second In Interest to the defeat of Low Is the effect of the result of the vote on the fortunes of the octogenarian Hugh McLaughlin who for more than a quarter of a century had boon the undisputed leader of tho Kings county Democracy and who now finds that his former lieutenant McCnrrcn was able to manage Me Clcllans candliluy that a Democratic plurality resulted In spite of Mclnugh lins spirited opposition What the re sult of the situation there will bo can not now bo told Tho campaign was one of tho most Interesting In the history of New York city From the day Mayor Low was rcnomlnatcd his supporters urged his reelection on the ground that no partisan qucatlo was Involved but that every man qhouM vote to upholl the existing administration bemuse It hall given the city u businesslike ton of affairs and because It had done much to stamp out the red light evil of the East side It was argued by fuslonlst orators that the return of Tammany men to olllce would mean n wideopen town unrestricted lawlessness and tho re nowud terrors of the Infamous cadet system by which ignorant girls wore forced Into lives of shame their earn ings going to men whom they sup posed to be their husbands Mr Mc Clellan was attacked by the speakers for the fuslontsts because they al leged he had sold the name his fath er honored to cloak the designs of evil men To the statements the Dem ocrats responded with the charge that Lows nonpartisan claims masked nn attempt to secure control of tho city In the Interest of Governor Oiicll Cities of New York IInYork Nov 4 Republicans elected entire city and county ticket ut Buffalo No election for mayor this year At Blnghampton mayor and en tire Republican ticket elected Repub licans carry Ithaca Democrats carry Auburn except for a few minor offices At Utica mayor and whole Democratic city ticket elected Romo elects Republican mayor DEMOCRATS SWEEP KENTUCKY STATE Louisville Ky Nov 4At the close of an election characterirod by an unusually heavy vote numerous dicer ders and evidences of many gross Ir regularities time reelection of Gov ernor Beckham the Democrat cn dilate over Coltfuel Morris B UiU nap Republican by a molty of fully 15000 seems assured The Republl cans concede the election of Oavorror Beckham The Republican managers claim they have proofs that In 32 lIre cincts In this city the jK lilng pa 01 In Republican precincts wore either kept closed all or a part of the limn or removed to obscure places They also charge ballot box stuffing the forcible ejection of Republican elec tion olllcers and tho Intimidation of negro voters by tho policemen and firemen of the present Democratic city administration These conditions led to many fights the most serious of which occurred between Tom Kiley a Democratic election officer and Jacob Krieger a Republican officer Louisville and Jefferson county give Bcckhnm 6200 majority over Belknap In round numbers Ycrkcs Republi can carried Louisville and Jefferson county at the last gubernatorial elec tion by 6100 This gain of 10000 votes added to Beckhams majority of 3600 at the last election Insures hIm a majority of 13600 If all the other counties In the state duplicate their vote at tho last gubernatorial election Beckham however has made n total gain of nearly 2000 In his total voto from the 20 odd counties heard from The Eleventh district composed of remote mountain coirsllro last year furnished 19000 Republican majority and will probably duplicate It this year Returns from that district will not be completed before Thursday night Beekhams majority outside tho Eleventh district Is estimated at 35000 None of the counties in the district has been heard front Bates ReElected Governor Boston Now I Although somewhat pushed by the exertions of their op ponents the Republicans In tho stnto election reelected Governor John L Bates by practically the same plural ity as last year The rest of the sUIte ticket was also elected and the party probably will havo tho usual proper tion of two to one In tho legislature of 1903 The weather was fine and the vote remarkably large for an off year Governor Bates made slight gains In the small towns and cities but this was overcome by the Democrats who polled up a big vote In Boston for Colonel William A Gaston the Dem ocratic candidate for governor The hard work of tho party man agers In this city resulted In Increas- Ing Colonel Gastons plurality of 13 last year to nearly 20000 this year In addition to electing their state ticket and holding tile legislature the Republicans were also successful In re Wining control of the governors council which will be composed of five Republicans and one Democrat The Socialist vote showed a falling off from last year and that party also lost a representative from one of tho Plymouth county districts so that the party will have but two members In the coming legislature Time Prohibition and time Socialist Labor vote aver aged about the same as on previous years Election In Albany Albany N Y Nov 4Charles II lane Republican was reelected may or of Albany by a plurality consider ably larger than that of two years ago defeating Colonel William Gorham Rice formerly United States civil service commissioner under President Cleveland The campaign was ono of the hottest In recent years being con ducted on exclusively local lines The entire Republican city ticket li elected l r The licit Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm is considered tho boat liniment on tho mar ket writes Post it Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise no promptly No othor affords such quick relief from rheu uialic pains No other is so valuable for deep seated palms like lame back and pains in the chest Give this liniment n trial nod you will never wish to be without it Sold by S E Welch Jr TIm A that for oven but or Dys tho and does tho the tho the of that to rest and heal you oat anll Cure the and I to all food into rich rod Sold by East End Co +O +OIO +OIO + + 0 1 i o i so not wear shoos we soli you I 1 t 1 t + I 1 ns clUl as soil it if you buy Irom us 2 and you want in mens and T you in and o Call in and look over our lines so you can bo i for j f o c I ALSO PURIFIES BLOOD Io Phone Night Phone Kodol Dyspepsia Scientific which UllooerlIitself when ordered Kodol popsia supplies natural juioea work nervous tension while inflamed muscle organ allowed Kodol Dyspepsia whit enables stomach organs transform Drug OJOJOIOlOIOlOtOlOIOIOhOlO OIOIO OlOhOlOfO J EVERYBODY 1- f WEARS I I SHOES 1 why good when GOOD UPTODATE SHOES onMtother inferior 1ttAnything everything furniahinga 1can please style priceavarious convinced 1IYours busineflN t4- I Crutcher Tribble 1oDR FENNERS KidneyBackache DU of the kidneys bladder and urinary organs Also heart dUae backache grarel dropsy trouble Dont become dlicourated There a cure for you If urcraary write Or lit liu peat a llfctlino All coniuluttou no FU- I was amleled with kidney dlla84O and Gravel and rowing constant worse ono of the IraI lodged my lilaililer and war about havo aiuriieal remote It was Imlucvd Dr Iriiner llackaf hoCuro and after a few bultlc I pawed a totio half large it mule Tho medicine 1neveotd a ciftc UAKRd Urns Sold by DrturelftU roc and f Ask for Dr Fcnncrn Almanac nr Cook IlooV ST 0I Phoned o 188 o 1 stomach stomach I ronuatloMauUaffcctcd curlnzlusteucbearauyours nuerI VITUS DANCE LongDistance We told manjr tlotcniof Dr lanrII11 hams Hjxcincatxl hat bran curtwl 111IUliablrMlurf ALUihCl IIHyacinths Tulips CrooUN 1 Narcissus Chinoeo Sacred Llll Cut Flowers Fernsfo TQ 01 Richmond Greenhouses od o +o ho +o +o +o +o +o1 od od od o +o +o + of of are All trjr CAlC od 1Hichmollll HH IIK 111HI11+lHH HIHHHH 11 +IltlHHill tIfits from CRUTCHER EVANS ITS GOOD i L i dIII1 +1I1 IIiMItJII i+H11NIt1+Hll1+ A full line of FUKNITUKK always on hand Wo invite our Beroa friends to make at homo at JOPLINS 1old stand when in Richmond CARPETS nud MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 47 66 hero 1 Cratcher Evans Richmond I Buy Fresh Groceries 1 Our lino of Groceries is always fresh We always keep nice line of Fruits nud Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees tPrices from ICc to lICc per Pound Once used always use- dBread is the of Life Get a loaf of Mothers Bread or sack ot Sun on the Mountain Flour Delivery from I m until p m overloaded Cure digestion relaxing digestive PRESTONS u i rboamitUm female li In I to I to ai as W T Palms themselves a Staff a 6 a U Main StreetCall 33 r DO+4 SECRET OF HAPPINESS Are you almost disgusted with life little wan tricktIf any thine can Do aumethliiK tor somebody quick ire you awfully tired with play little ctrlT Weary dliicournicrd und lrk1 Ill tell you the lovollettKinnr In the world quickiThough It rains like the rain of the Hood little man And the cloud nre forliMiilnr mill thickr You can make nil aun ihlne In your soul little man Do lomrthltiK for somebody quick Though the skies are like brass overhead little girl And the road like a wellheated brick And nil earthly uflalr In a terrible wnlrl quickNTHE LIFELIKE BIRD I A rhnrmlna lllllf Tor Whirl Is Mnilr nnil AITiiril u- sIderble tCII Ainiiarinrul You have probably seen some or tlicie well balanard bird In the toy shops You can make ono rosily If you follow these directions The drum Ii made of two clr cular piece of cardboard ai large as the palm of a mans hand which are jolted by a narrow strip of paper pasted around the rims pllcejtho rim or both circular piece 1around ends of the wire extending over r are bent over the rim ol cach lyiE mUD AT PLAY r circular pleee of paper and Joined see cut A small bird cut from cardboard which may be colored to make It more lifelike It fattened to the top of the wire tint bled of course mutt be lighter than the hall of lead Inside of tho drum When tho drum U rolling over the table the little bird will bob and hop at If alive Itotton Globe An Itildllurnl Onlnr VpHenry Thompson a New York man Just returned home encoun tered an Inttanco of unusual canine Intelligence during his travels abroad When In the Netherlands a little fox terrier belonging to one of the CUll toms officials at the I look of Holland trotted down regularly every morning to meet tho boat WJien the baggage was deposited for the necessary exam ination title small self aprolnted spector would fciilff Inquiringly at each piece and never failed to detect cigars or odorous dutiable goods no mat ter Ijow cleverly concealed I h TWO QUEER MUSICIANS San FrmirUran Hag sad rat Ilny liurtm nn Plano and Like the- Nulsonary lake Thomas Tucker and Blondl are the strangest Plano players In the coun try Thomas Is a Maltcne cat and Olondl Is a fox terrier They belong to Miss Anita Brldger an actress whoso homo Is In San Francisco The dog was picked up on the street and the cat was given to Miss Brldger by a laundry woman The musical accomplishments of the animals were acquired largely by ac cident Thomas the cat was partial to sleeping on the keys of the piano whenever the Instrument was left open Ills mistress found ilm one day lying there sleepily patting the keys with his paws and evidently listening with pleasure to the sounds which canto forth A little patience overcame his reo pugnanco to performing In public and TliKllt AND IIIMNDI at last he would mural the stool and beat tho keys whenever ordered to play One day ho was practicing lheIand ho mounted thn stool beside tine cat and struck tho keys hard with his paw Tho resulting sound was ro loud that tour cat and dog jumped down In fright and escaped Later they returned and resumed playing Since that lime their performances are duets Whnn naked to porfonn for visitors lllondl Jumps up on tho stoool and barks for Thomas to Join him The rat duos not respond to the first In vitation but after persistent barking on tho part of tho dog Thomas arises leisurely and walks with dignity to the stool Once seated beside the dog he begins to pat the keys Ulondl Mts up straight and throws nil his weight on his hind legs no that hit front paws will have freedom of ac lion With one ear cocked he will look at the music rack where usually a mu sic book Is placed for their benefit and boat the keys with great vigor He prefers deep bass notes Thomas Is not so thorough a musi clan as thu dog lie does not assume such a correct position Because so much of Ids weight rests on his front paws he slurs his notes frightfully at tunes Occasionally he will stop play Ing altogether resting his paws on lire keys At such moments Ulondl will play frantically endeavoring to hide the shortcomings of iris partner Sometimes the dog will bark but title Is a sign only that he Is enjoying himself and not that he Is endeavoring to slug After the playing has been going on for a few momenta Blondl will reach out with one paw and turn a page In the music hook This leaf turning trick Is one he has picked up himself 1 TIE WLDREN Cti r5 JPi 4 5yO HA cl 1 ne fine dlYJhen the r was hinin and the were sin Ing three merry t ookIttreeo Jvho putIt into his h j4J3u1 there was a t hole in Wf and it fell out anda little fat CSl gobbled H The second lillle rolled Wand was PUShed info The ground andjyand by two little I come ill it was a bi whoIvas walking by Oh she cried Ihat will 1make a lovelyand r for my she ran made a little tea withand a fe ndafuUofmilk and she and her doll both drank cut of lovely acorn and Now which do you Ihink waslhe happiestof these three merry lillle GOOD JIOUSEKEBPINO I MRS BOOTHTUCKER Ironiinont Salvationist Killed In n Railway Wreck Ben William Booth Commander in Chief Sends a Mesiage to Salva tionists Throughout the World Concerning Her Demise Kansas City Mo Oct 30Mrs Emma UoothTtickcr second daughter of Gen William Booth head of tho Salva Ion army was almost Instantly killed In a wreck on tho main lino of tho Santa Fc near Dean I ako Her body was terribly crushed and she died an hour aftor being taken from the de bris Fourteen other passengers wore Injured three probably fatally With the wounded Mrs Dooth Tuckers body was taken to Marcellno and shipped from that point to Chi sago where her husband awaits It Col T C Holland an ofllcer In tho Salvation army was found near where Mrs Booth Tucker was picked up His Injuries will prove fatal Mrs BoothTucker was on her way from a visit to tho army farm colony nt Amity Col to Chicago where sho expected to meet her husband Among the Injured are Mrs U X Kirk and two children and Mrs Ella Kirk all of New Castle Ind The Salvation army citadel at oclock received a telegram from Fort Madison Ia saying Col Holland could live only a few minutes London Oct 30Gen Wm Booth commander Inchief of tho Salvation army him sent the following message to Salvationists throughout the world concerning the tragic death of ills daughter Mrs HoothTucher am suddenly prostrated with grief In the presence of whatappears nt tho moment to be an Indescribable calam fly and nn unfathomable mystery ran only look up and say to my Ileav only rather Thy will be done My daughter was after her mother first among the many noble and consecrated women I have been permit ted to know during the 50 years of my public life Tier loss Is Irreparable but so much more need Is there for me for you and for us all to go on wlt1 our work for God and the bless ing of our fellow men Tins however my heart may bleed Is my purpose so long as lie may bo pleased to prolong my blow will fall with Intense severity upon Commander UoothTuclter and on my officers and soldiers In Am erica for whom my daughter has fought and tolled so long In tho midst of my own sorrow my heart goes up to Hod on their behalf Pray for them Meanwhile I am trusting for strength to go on with my own duties anti praying that our groat agency of alleviating the sorrows of the stif ferlng world may not be hindered by this visitation Chicago Oct 30Mrs llooth Turk ers body reached Chicago Thursday night on a Santa Fo train Several hundred members of the army were at the depot when the train arrived anti escorted the body to an undertaking establishment in State street Friday morning tho body will be removed to to Princess rink one of the Chicago branch headquarters of the army where It will Ho in state until Friday night when It will be removed to Now York and later It may bo sent to Loa don for burial AT MKINLEYS TOMB J Plerpont Morgan and Railway Mag nates Pay a Visit Canton 0 Oct 30J Plerpont Morgan with n party of ten officials of the Pennsylvania railroad visited the tomb of President McKinley Thurs day The party was en route from Now York to Chicago In a special train It was the first time that Mr Morgan hall been In the vicinity of Canton since tho presidents death and It was at his wish that the train was stopped bore and a visit made to the vault Through the corporal of the guard lire party obtained permission to go as far as the gates of the tomb Besides J P Morgan the members of the party were President Iarlmcr of Now York head of tho Fort Wayne railroad Mr Spencer secretary of the road Thomas Hodd of Plttsburg anti others Chicago Canners Out on Strike Chicago Oct 30ono thousand canners employed nt the Union stock yanls went on strike Thursday With tho 1400 sausagemakers already out tho number of strikers has been swelled to 2IOO A meeting of tho Park ers Trades Council will be hold Satins day night when action for the 35001 employes will be taken Six Convicts Captured Melbourne Victoria Oct OA row boat containing coven men was picked up at sea 400 miles from Noumea Now Caledonia and brought hero Six of the rescued men have turned out to be convicts who had escaped from tho French penal settlement In New Cale donia To Increase Ambassadors Salary London Oct 30ln an editorial nr tlclo Friday morning tho Morning Post urges tho government to Increase tho salary of tho British ambassador nt Washington and put It upon tho santo scale as those paid at other flrstclasa embassies A Chicago Mystery Chicago Oct 30Seven feet below tho surface in n gravel pit at GCtU street and South Park avenue tho body ol a man wrapped in carpet and placed inside a pine box was unearth cd by the pollen Taursday night rJi THE COMMONWEALTH =AN OLD GRUDGE It Is Responsible For Another Kill Ing From Ambush Louisville Ky Oct 31 Another feudal outbreak Is reported from Breathllt county when Jim IMmpcr ton waylaid and Instantly killed John Garrett at Wllhurst about ten miles west of Jackson Tho only cause as signed la a grudge which has exlstJ for several years between the two men and the members of their respec tive families and It Is reared further trouble will follow Capt Longmlre In charge of this provost guard at Jackson dispatched a detail of soldiers to arrest the mug derer but he has not been found and Is Iwllovud to be hlaing somewhere In Morgan county MYSTERIOUS LOSS OR THEFT A Valuable Express Package Missing at Louisville Louisville Ky Oct 3tThe local express companies arc exercised over the mysterious loss or theft of several packages of valuo during the past two weeks and steps are now being taken to InvestigateFriday while a boy who accompanies the drivers of express delivery wagons was delivering ii package In the Seelbach hotel a coil package valued at Ii5 was stolen or lot from tho wagon This Is the third loss of the kind and the officials are determined to probo to the bottom Lost Pocketbook Recovered Lexington Ky Oct 31Kenner Walker of this city Junior member of the sale firm of Shanklln Walker while en routo to Chicago two weeks ago lost his pocketbook containing 73 and valuable papers William Parks a section hand on the Big Four road found the book and returned It to him Intact Walker rewarded him with a J20 bill Louisville Tobacco Market Ix iilsvllle Ky Oct 31Therewas a strong demand from the Independ ents Friday for good burley Low grades are off The dark market is down but steady The offerings Friday were llfi hhds of which 105 hhds were burley and 11 hhds dark Burley sold from 450 to IG and dark brought from 3 to The Helen Gould Sunk Louisville Ky Oct 31The steam or Helen Gould of tine White Collar line which was making Its first trip from Carrollton to Louisville sank In eight feet of water Thursday night off Wises Landing 33 miles above Lou isville The slaking Is supimsed to have boon caused by overloading of lire vessel After a Big Black Bear Owlngsvlllo Ky Oct 31The farm ers of Mill Creek Ky are much ox cited over a big black bear John Shrout was working near the creek after nightfall when he heard the ani mal In the underbrush Shrout Inves tigated The bear Is supposed to be 1 tame one- Rowseys Sentence Affirmed Frankfort Ky Oct 3lThe court of appeals Friday adjourned till next Thursday to give the Judges time to go to their homes and vote Before adjourning Friday they affirmed the 21year sentence given William Row soy of Boyle county for killing Sam Martin Maj Samuel Morgan Injured Lexington Ky Oct 31 MnJ Sam uel Morgan proprietor of a trotting stud In this county and owner of Royal Wllkns met with n serious accident In this city Friday night Ho was driv ing out to his home wirers his horse be came frightened and ran away The Mt Sterling Team Wins Mt Sterling Ky Oct 31The Kentucky esleyan football team suffered defeat at the hands of tine Mt Sterling high school here Friday The score was 26 to 0 Harry Stephenson or tho homo team had Ills collar bono badly broken- Earthquake Shock Felt t Petersburg Petersburg Ky Oct 3lTwo ells tinct shocks of earthquake wore felt hore The vibrations were from tho north Houses were swayed back and forth and chinaware shaken from tho shelves The shocks were of short duration I Omar Brown Died of Tuberculosis Hopklnsvllle Ky Oct 3L Omar S Brown formerly deputy sheriff of Christian county nnd a prominent and wealthy republican politician died at his homo near Crofton after an Ill ness of several months of tuborcu loris Daughters of the Revolution Owensboro Ky Oct 31Tho sev enth annual conference of ho Ken tucky chapters of the Daughters of tho American Revolution adjourned at noon Friday Tine next meeting place was left to a committee to decide later Horses to Be Sold Lexington Ky Oct 31One hun dred1 and fifty head of horses loft hero Friday on a special horso train for Chi cage where they are to bo sold at tho special anniinl sales L V Harknoss Is among the principal consigners Little Child Burned to Death Mayklng Ky Oct 3lA little 4 year old Son of Archie Craft a young farmer of Millstone was burned to death by Its clothes catching fire from the grate Tho mother Is almost PVOS tratcd with grief L i1+ 71 O TRAIN WRECKERS DEED Engine Cars and Bridge Go Into a Crock Car Loaded With Bankers the Only One Not DerailedThirty or More Trainmen and Passengers injured Some Fatally Pueblo Col Oct 31By an act of train wreckers eastbound Santa Fo passenger train No 6 known as the Colorado Chlcago flyer In which was one car filled with eastern bankers homeward bound from California was derailed at 130 oclock Friday morn ing at Aplshapa creek 35 mllea east and breaking down the steel bridge the engine and tour cars following plunged to the bed of the creek where they were piled in a raaaa of wreckage Thirty or more trainmen and passen gers were Injured and that none was killed outright Is regarded as almost the Injured are HarroM Kolberg Mlddlesboro Ky J F Me Gill Washington D C J U Reinhardt and Mrs J A Reinhardt Owensboro KyThe wrecked train was made up at Denver Thursday evening and at1u eblo tho car Del nose In charge of A S Kimberly and carrying IS eastern bankers was attached to it The train was bowling along at a speed of 50 miles an hour as it approached Apl shapa creek between Mangola and FowlerAt west end of the bridge the rails spread derailing the engine and when It struck tho bridge one span 100 feet long went down The engine two baggage cars and a chair car and a coach rolled over on their sides to the creek bed a distance of about 15 feet Fortunately little water was run ning In the creek at the time One Pullman stopped with the far ward end projecting over the embank ment The bankers car was the only pre In the train that was not derailed When the engine rolled over Engl ncer WaIkr was pinned under his cab nnd he was Immediately enveloped In a dense cloud of steam Some time elapsed before he was rescued by other members of the crew with the assist ance of some passengers Engineer Walker and others woo wit seriously Injured were placed In tine Santa Fe hospital there and tho remaining resumed their eastward Journey with the exception of some women who were suffering from the shock to their nervous systems An investigation showed plainly that the spikes had been pulled front three railsBut for the accident of a hot box on the express car a large amount of mon ey would have boon In the safe of the wrecked train and this It is believed was the plunder the1 desperadoes hoped for Vallsci were rifled by the robbers during tho excitement following the wreck Tlw In which according to report money was being transported was loft at Colorado Springs In a later train THE FARMERS SOCIETIES A Call Has Been Issued For a Meeting in Chicago December Chicago Oct 31Tho advisory ooard created at tho convention of farmers societies held In Chicago in September 1903 has Issued a call for a meeting In tills city December 1 Tho purpose Is to increase the membership The object of the board Is to bring about concert of action among all the farmers societies and organiza lions to secure equitable prices tor all farm products anti to guarant o to consumers food products atu fair price and not loaded down by trust profits Tho call requests every society to send two or more delegates The governors are to lie asked to send delegates tq represent the different states THE MAD MULLAri The Present Prospects of Hrs Victory Are Very Bad bale Oct 3tNews from Somali land gives assurances that tho present prospects of victory for the Mad Mob lair are bad Great Britain has taken steps looking to decisive action for the annihilation of the Mullahs power Italy cooperating with Great Britain has ordered tho gunboat Volturno anti the cruiser Crlsto Colombo to rein rot ce Its Rcd Sea squadron- At the same time Emperor Menellk of Abyssinia has been urged to expe dite the attack of his troops on the Mullahs forces thus catching him be tween the fires I Could Not Arouse Him St Paul Minn Oct 31 Charles Brown a young hypnotist gave an CX hibition In tho schoolhouse of lamonl S D lIe put Ole RaRmuasen irjroune man to sleep nnd failed In repeated efforts to restore him It la feared Ra8miissn who Is stilt In a hypnottvt Htate will dieI Visited the Worlds Fair Grouno St Iouls Oct 31Prince J K Kal anlnnaote representative In cqngrcsa front Hawaii and president of the Ha waiian exhibit commission who Is en route from Honolulu to Wasbinghm visited tho Worlds fair grounds Fri day The President An Honorary Member Washington Oct 3Lt the last mooting of the National Geographic soy ciety President Rooscvclt was elected an honorary member of the society as- a tribute to his zealous encouragement of exploration and geographic work tlianititrlnln Cough Remedy U pleattIto Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used ia its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Mdf in speaking of this remedy says L have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kiud I know of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after effect For sale by S E Welch J- rFarmerS National Bank Richmond Ky Capital and- Surplus 180000 Ii We solicit your patronag- eJAMES i BENNETT pjeslS S PARKES Cored or rile after to jenr l Mr C Ilanov of Geneva 0 had the 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shop Agency forIIITake nil your trouble to niWork guaranteed EARLY RISERS THE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS If For quick relief from Blllousnecs Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaunoicdice Dizziness and all troubles arbrllag from an Inactive or sluttish liver DaWlttj Limb Easry Rlaejs are un i7 a to frThcyaetare purely vegetable and absolutely harnfess They tonio the liver JUI DEUli tAN SUPPU no- K CDWIttdrCoClI1CIt4a- II HHH HH Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pabttihcd ntleti signed In fllll by the writer The name ti not for publication but a in evidence of good fAIth Write pUlnly 11+11 +111 I In 111 I I I II I Irl I I r II I I 111 II I 110 HHHHH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Tuesday is election day Let ever IfI body vote for Belknap We have been having some nice weather for igathering corn Eddie McGuire and moved to the Indian Ter January returned last IWednesday There is no place like Mr Henry HamblinJr t spent Sunday evening with Rev J W Lambert Mr John Scroggins our school teacher dismissed school until Wednesday to go home and voteMrs Etla Lambert of this place visited her sick father Esq J M Reynolds Saturday and Sunday 1lIeis still very low with fever JH went to Berea on business Montgomerytknap and THE CITIZEN MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Miss Essie Williams returned from Cincinnati Tuesday evening She en tered school Monday morningThe many friends of William Hinton are glad to see him out again after several weeks illness The remains of Mr Edward Countee a former citizen of this place were brought from Cincin nati Friday evening and interred in the Maysville cemetery Rer R t Porter left this week to take charge I of his new pastorate at Georgetown Rev R Nutter of Paris Ky has t been called to take charge of the Bethel Baptist church hereThe oyster social given at Mrs Robinsons Halloween evening by a number of ladies and gentlemen proved to be a very enjoyable affairMr Courtney Countee of Dayton is visiting friends in this city Mr Henry Steward who t has been working on the traction line came home to voteRev R H Porter was agreeably surprised Satur day evening by a number of his members bringing him and his wife a number of presentsA song service will be given Sunday evening by the U B F Society in the East End aLEE COUNTY BEATTYVILLE The newly established College for I colored youth at Beattyville Ky is destined to be one of the largest insti tutions of its kind this side of Tuske gee Ala Already about 30 boys and representingjfrom 11 to 28 President W H Parker deserves much credit for his sac rificing efforts to give to Kentucky a Tuskegee Young as he is there has not been a stone left unturned Men have been made to feel his power Thoughsmall in stature and unassum ing he is laying a foundation which will stand the test of this century Judge O W Gowley is his strong sup porter and has profound confidence in his integrity We shall watch with interest this enterprise JACKSON COUNTY McKEE 4 J R Llewellyn is preparing to build a a law ollice on Main StreetD G Collier who sold his property to R i4M Bradshaw some time ago has bought a lot of W H Clark on Main street opposite W E Farmers and will build a residence on it immedi ately Mr Collier expected to leave MoKee when he sold his propety but concluded later that no better place could be found His friends are pleased to know that he has decided boughtIop- position will move to town in a few weeks There has been a great coal famine in McKee lately not because scarcity of coal in the com tmunity but because none was being J F Eagle hid now leasedi j the mine of Wm Higmite and is beginning to supply the town with coal A great many children are suffering from a throat trouble and several deaths have occurred GARRARD COUNTY j CARTERSVILLE confcounty was sent to the asylum a short time ago died last Tuesday The body was sent home and buried Thursday He chitIdren to mourn his loss We extend II our heartfelt sympathies to the be j t1 W Jj zzrI II THE CITIZEN i 4 j reared ones Your loss is his gain Charlie Dillons little son whom he areya warning to others Your corre spondent heard the Hon W E Owens speak at Lancaster friday He brought tears to the eyes of some of the leading Democrats Mr Andy Oglesbyof Louisville spent several days last week with his father and mothor In law Mr and Mrs Tom Green He said he never enjoyed himself better Come again Andyl Mrs Dr Perkins and Mrs John Long of Kirksville visited Mrs Tom Green last weekBorn to the wife of Albert Napier on the 30th a 121 pound Belknap boy- MADISON COUNTY RASSFIELD Hugh Duncan will ship a carload of hogs SaturdayWillie Daniels will leave soon for Illinois where he expects to make his future home A large crowd attended the Mid School exhibition and Public School Rally here Saturday night tier R Quarles of Paris Ky preached two beautifuland instructive sermons here Sunday night taking up two collec tions for the benefit of the Public School The amount realized from the festival and collections was 1860 Mrs Florence Laine of College Hillattended our MidSchoolexhibi tionLee Caywood of Beatyville is visiting Miss Emma Jackson Mrs Hannah Sackson of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mrs Ruth White Mrs Amanda Broadus of Lexing ton who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Benton on Drowning Creek has returned home WALLACETON Died on Oct 27 the infant daugh ter of Mr and Mis G 0 Brockman Misses Lucy Cade Addie Baker and Pearl Venerable entertained a number of friends at the home of Mr and Mrs Nevote Ogg Thursday even ingMiss Mattie Heath of Winches ter is the guest of Mrs Will Parks this week Misses Clara and Mary Bolen were the guests of Miss Bettie Elkin SaturdayMrs Rachel Duck has returned to her brothers here Mr David McColums after an ex tended visit in Owsley Co where she has been visiting friends andrelatives She intends to make her home here this winterMrs Harden Kidd and neice Pearl Venerable returned home after a tendays visit iu Owsley and Jackson Counties with relatives HICKORY PLAINS Pal Cornelison is improving of his burn of last weekMr and Mrs Eli Cornelison of Silver Creek visited his parents here SundayMr Dave Burdette of Illinois visited his cousin Mrs Will Burdette and family last weekMr and Mrs Walter Tisdale spent Sunday with Mrs Tisdales parents Mr and Mrs J A Adams Mr Willie Adams of Hamilton is here for a weeks visit with his home folks Miss Mollie Johnson spent Saturday evening with the Mister Maupin Miss Eva Johnson of Silver Creek visited her cousins the Misses Johnson recently COURT CALENDAR MondayBoydBreathittII fourth CanerII second first ElliottII first Estill third Fleming fourth FloydII first Greenup firstIIHarlan first Jackson third Johnson first Knott third Knox fourthII Laurelsecond II Lawrence IIthird LeeII fourthII LeslieII thirdIILetcher firstIILewisII thirdIIMadisonII firstItMagoffin II fourthrMartinII secondIIMenifeeII firstIIMorganII fourthIIOwsle firstII1enyII secondII fourthIIPowellII firstIIPulaski thinJIIRowanII first Rockcastle fourth WalneII fourthII firstIIWolleII firstII 4r 23II THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT From Kentucky Will Occupy a Most Prominent Place AT Tile ST LOUIS EXPOSITION Assigned Space Near Center of For estry Building and on Two of the Main Aisles Chairman Struck Is sues Instructions For Preparation of Samples of Lope Boards Etc For the Exhibit On two of the main aisles and al most In the center of the Forestry and Fish and Game Building at tho Worlds Fair In St Louis next year will stand Kentuckys display of her wonderful forest resources and lum bet interests This space has just been assigned to the Kentucky Exhibit Association by Mr Tarleton H Dean tho chief of the Department of Forestry of the Exposition As is readily seen tho forestry display from this commonwealth will occupy an enviable position and it behooves those Interested to make tho display one worthy the space given it To this end Mr A N Struck Chairman of the Forestry Exhibit Committee of the Exhibit Association and Mr WII liam Boa Filed Representative aro laying their plans Chairman Struck has Just issued a circular giving Instructions to tho log ging camps planing mills and forestry Industries of tho State as to how they can best assist him In making tho display a success Logs cut eight feet In length aro to bo shown This length has boon decided on so the samples Sketch showing how board samples are to be dla dared In Kentuckys Forestry hlblt at the World olr1 will bo worth something aftor the Ex position Tho ends of tho logs will show cross cuts while In the middle a section will bo cut out about a half foot deep three feet across at tho top rounded down to two feet across at tho bottom which will show the lat eral cut as well as the beauty of the grain Mr Struck states that all logs must be cut to eight feet and the dl ameter should not be less than 21 Inches if possible to get same In addition to the logs thoro will be board samples of which tho accom panying sketch will give an Idea These board samples will bo four feet long b ytwo feet high by four Inches thick and will bo partly finished and partly unfinished so as to show tho wood in Its natural and Its finished state The method to bo followed by the Kentucky Exhibit Association In dls playing samples of tho States forestry products and resources Is right uptodate being recommended by government experts as being tho most economical and boat plan yet found Mr Struck announced that arrange ments are to be made to store tho logs and board samples for the exhibit in two or three convenient places In different parts of tho State Here his committee will havo certain men to prepare tile samples so that all shall bo finished in the same way Besides the logs and boards there will be shown in the Kentucky space all forms of manufacture from the forest industries In vlow of this fact It is hoped by the Exhibit Association that many more lumber firms and corporations and manufacturers will subscribe to the fund being raised to defray the expenso of the forestry ex hibit along with tho erection of the Kentucky Building and the exhibits to be made In other departments of the exposition Tho contributions thus far received rango from 25 to 100 WILL STUDY THE WORLDS FAIR Prominent West Virginia Educator Re quests Teachers to be Posted on tha Exposition Hon Thomas 0 Miller state super intendent of the public schools of West Virginia baa made the Worlds Fair of 1903 a feature of every teach ers Institute held In the state during the summer of 1903 Institutes aro being held in every county and Mr Miller baa caused ono afternoon In each week that the institute Is In ses sion to be devoted to a study of tho Worlds Fair Tho following IB the subject as out lined by Mr Mllrtr for study and dis cussion The Louisiana Purchase Exposi tionThe Site Plan of the Grounds Tho West Virginia Building How Shall West Virginia bo Represented Educationally I As soon as tho West Virginia school teachors saw the Institute program many of them addressed letters to the Publicity Bureau of the Exposition lind received literature which furnished this required information The school teachers of the state aro becoming fully Informed upon the Worlds Fair and short talks will be given on tho Exposition at certain hours during the school year Some of tho leading educational In stitutions of the country advertise as a part of the course a systematic study of the Worlds Fair HIGHEST PRICED EGGS Are Whoppers and Cost 10000 a DozenForm Unique Worlds Fair Exhibit Eggs IS inches In narrowest clrcum fcrcnco and nearly two feet long that sell In tho market at the rate of JIOUUO per dozen will bo on exhibition nt tho Worlds Fair at St Louis In 1901 Those eggs belong to tho United States government and they arc now In the custody of the oologlst at the National Museum In Washington Tho latest addition to the govern ments fossil specimens In tho egg line comes from the Island of Madagascar in the Indian ocean and Is said to bo tbo largest egg over discovered It was bought by an American scientist in SAMUEL P JONES Chairman Manufacturers mnilUe Kentucky Exhibit Association Paris and was forwarded to Washing ton The government oologtst said that the egg was that of the Acypornts titan a bird of the quaternary epoch more gigantic even than the Arypor nls maxluius Tho monster egg was excavated on the Island of Madagascar where It had lain for thousands of years The huge shell an inch thick and weighing man pounds Is smooth and white and hUB probably not changed in general appearance since It was laid In prehistoric times When this egg Is shown at tho Worlds Fair It will bo placed beside the eggs of tho humming bird tho ostrich and tho domestic fowls for comparison Scientists claim that Undo Sam when his representative bought this incomparable specimen In Paris for a trifle less than 2000 francs got an un usual bargain Eggs oven smaller than this have sold at the rate of JCOOO to 10000 per dozen The same scientist predicts that these ancient eggs will Increase in value and cites the price of the eggs of tho great auk Al though this bird was a pigmy In com parison and has been extinct less than 60 years Audubon having seen one In ISHitA eggs are worth 2000 each There are about 80 known specimens of the great auks eggs Tho egg of tho Acpyornls Is believed by many writers to be tlmtpf the roc mention ed In the Arabian Nights and long thought to bo fabulous Besides these monster eggs found In recent explorations on the Island of Madagascar enough bones of this greet bird have been found to enable palen tologlsts to form a more definite con ception than ever before of Its size A section of the tlblotarsus nearly 100 centimeters long a section of a man dible 170 millimetres long portions ot tho skull and other bones confirm scientists In their estimates that the Aopyornla towered above tho dlnoris A skeleton of the latter in the NaUon al Museum shows that it was larger than tho modern horse That time Aepyornls maxlmus was still bigger and that the Acpyornts titan whose egg Is the most amazing thing in oology was even more gigantic than Its enormous kindred Is proven by the lato Madagascar excavations Tho eggs and the bones of this mon strous bird of the time of Sinbad tho Sailor will bo a feature of tho gov ernments exhibit at the Worlds Fair AGRICULTURAL BUILDING AT ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR Is the largest Exposition building ever constructed for tile reception of a single department Contains a thousand feet more floor space than did tho great Crystal Palace in which wero shown all tho exhibits of tho first Worlds Fair In London In 1851 Is feet wide by lCOO feet or over a quarter of a mile In length Has 800000 square feet equaling nearly 20 acres ot floor space Cost 529940 Has light admitted by monitor windows without the use of skylights thus protecting exhibits at all times from the direct rays of the sun and adding materially to the comfort of exhibitors and visitors Is big enough to hold throe Wash ington monuments laid end to end diagonally through It Used OB an apple bin would hold a peck of fruit for each man woman and child In the United States tho Philippines and Hawaii and there would be a double supply for each of the Cubans could house 1C vessels of the Blzo of tho largest steamer afloat tho Cedric and there would be room loft for the landing stage Has a capacity to accommodate 13 miles of freight cars together with locomotives and waycars enough to handle thom- Arranged as a corn crib would hold nearly tho entire crop for two years of Now England and New York or half tho 65000000 bushels consti tuting the average annual crop of Mis souri Converted Into a vast silo and filled would store silage enough to winter many moro than the 3000000 head of cattle dram fcj the ut cctunu to bo In Miawail ANOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P Because you never saw ono broken down Because they arc all good ones Because they cost less than others UliCAUSl BECAUSE 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