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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d1Ifl1Ii11II11111I111Ir1iJ JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publliher J Bnlfrnf at the JVMofU at Jltrra Ay lu Iteomt data mailmnlttr illlIIIrIIIIIIIlhJIVOL 1iA Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 1903 Ono dollar a year NO 21 IDEAS livery dyed n aced Kiwlnfm U thu iimnler kuv to nil henrtH tl Those IhiiiKH nro not worth tkokiuf thnt nro not worth kiHtpintf A Kood punh will scaro the devil I more thin whole lot of preaching TAKE NOTICE Next Sunday nt 11 RoY A K ThouiHOii nt the 1nrinh HOUHO will prcnch hurmoii on iniHHioiiN Thu occasion will bo umxl to secure u largo oollectloD for thA pitrpono of helping in thu Hupport of Miss Hnlliu Fen Kmbreu HorcnH misnionary in coniof onu hundred dollars maybe wcurod for this mottt worthy object FROM THE WIDE WORLD Signor Itouino the now Italian Min Inter of Finance committed suicide Two German warships worn sent to Santo Domingo to oafcguard German inteivsta United States marines warn lauded on the iflthmun to protect thn liven and property of American residents Franco is making a fight before The league tribunal against the preferen tial claim of England Germany and Italy Colombia has lodged with the United Staler a protest against its nc tiou in recognizing the independence of PanamaThe gave his Mmimiig to JOO Romann Sunday and many others worn turnixl away being unable to gain admiMion Tho Kentucky Hiiilroad Coiumirmiou mlllI till week to dChln lx th freight r t and pafiAongor rates for all roads in Kontucky This will bn the first ac tion taken under the McChord law IN OUR OWN COUNTRY returns show a Republican itomplete OljUn Pennsylvania of cotton ginned from of the present year up to Octolwr IS in plaovlat iHW02 hales Tho Mormon Chnrchputchased the 1old jail nt Carthage 111 in which IJOKcph Smith the prophet was killed The HtYfltghth Congress began its session Monday taking up tin Cuban Reciprocity treaty as thu first legislative business John Alexander Dowie held his t final mottling in New York Sunday night He has established church in New York and says he will return in two years The United States has recognized the government of the now republic of I Panama which so lately seceded from Columbia U S senators and other public officials who are favorable to the Panama route for the canal across the Isthmus are in favor of treating with this new government direct and negotiations are already on foot look lug to this end Sanford B Dole ex governor of Hawaii reports that the production sugar in the Islands continuo to in crease while that of rico has fallen off owing to the new rice Holds in Texas and Louisiana The population of the Islands is very mixed being made up of no less than ten different nationalities several of which are numerous than the Americans IImore OF KENTUCKY The interurban electric road between Lexington and Paris has been opened for business In an explosion in a coal mine at Piltcburg Ky Stewart Baxter was killed and Will Patterson rendered blindTho olllcial count completed Mon day shows that Beckhams majority in Louisville and Jefferson county was ra02- In a drunken quarrel in Breathitt county Zuko Spencer shot Curtis Gross dead Grosss son Sam Gross in turn stabbed Spencer to death Commonwealths Attorney Byrd will not return to Jackson for the term of the Breathitt Circuit Court which con voned there Monday It is thought that his life would be in peril Kentucky Day nt the St Louis Worlds Fair will be Thursday Juno 2 1004 and the Kentucky Prose As sociation will be present as tho guest of the Kentucky Exhibit Association- A party of sixty leading Republi cans of Louisville mot Monday night and determined to contest the election for every office in Louisville and Jof f Person county on the ground of fraud violence and intimidation TIE CITIZEN The Belknap Campaign THE CITIZEN stands for the welfare of thn people as a whole and belongs to no religious sect or political parly In the campaign just closed we lava believed that the conscientious Demo crat and Republicans who word sup porting Bolkuap wore in the right and wo fear thu progress of the State is permanently retarded by their de featIt was time triumphant remark of Goebol that ho had made a law that would render it forever impossibly for the Democratic machine to be defeated in Kentucky Certainly tho absolute control which that machine has makes it exceedingly hard to defeat it Nevertheless tho campaign just closed shows clearly that Kentucky can bo redeemed On the part of tho supporters of Bolknap it was a fair clean honor able campaign and their opponents were entirely driven from tho field so far as reason and argument wore con cerned In campaign management tho Bol knap forces were unfortunate They were not up to tho election tricks of their opononts and were not prepared for the violence which was resorted to at various places Thor roust learn from this campaign how to organizo and how to be ready to prevent fraud and violence And they wore unfortunate in the illness that kept Bradley and other good speakers out of thoight But the methods of the Goebel Beckham crowd cannot permanently prevail With what has been learned in this campaign tho Republicans anti conscientious Democrats may feel sure of success the next time time voting ootll81ro sot up in Kentucky Governor Beckham- It seems that Mr Beckham is again to bo de facto governor of Kentucky We believo that for him to occupy that office is a violation of the Con ti tution of the State that ho has been a tool of the worst element of the Dom ocratic party and that his election was secured by considerable violence and fraud Nevertheless if he sits in tho chair wo shall honor him because of his position and hope for an improve ment in hisofficial conduct We shall IHJ anxious to see all tho good possible in his ministration We shall stand by him in anything ho may do for the public welfare If he does it well and promotes the prosperity peace and progress of tho State we shall bo even more rejoiced than if ho had originally boon the man of our choice u The Political Outlook Washington l C Nov IWtl Special to TilE ClTU Those lucre who make an impartial estimate of the results of the recent elections agree that tho party honors woro about evenly divided and that Senator Hanna Senator Gorman and Representative Hearst have achieved the personal viqtories as tar as na tional politics are concerned The big Republican majority in Ohio is attributed to Senator Hanna who was the real issue of time campaign and bore the brunt of the contest and is re garded as a death blow to the political aspirations of Tom Johnson Tho success of the Democrats in Maryland is credited to Senator Gor p nn n ppp men who took n very active part in tho end of the campaign There is no doubt that the Maryland Senator has increased his power in tho Democratic party and consequently his chances cf lediiig it in tilt presidential cam paignIn Now York Tammany succeeded in making the municipal campaign a party contest and the Democrats won by a majority so large as to warrant them in believing they may carry the OpeIpress with the oxceptioa of the Hearst papers which did everything possible to aid the party which sent Hearst to Con gross and which he hopes will aid him in getting to the White House Farmers Institute Tho Farmers Institute last Satur tiny proveda very pleasant and profitable affair in spite of the fact that time tine corn gathering weather kept many farmers at howo The paper on Tile Drainage by Hon C L Searcy of Waco and the discussions by Mr Hnrndou Prof Dodge and others who had tried this improve ment showed how great a gain is waiting tho holders of wet sour lauds ImproveIment by Prof Muson and a talk on Silos and Ensilage by Mr Hamilton brought out discussions enough to keep time time fully occupied till noon when the lunch baskets and the bnked beans coffee and doughnuts served by the cooking class girls awakened oven tumors lively interest than limo papers had done At the joint meeting in the after noon time address of welcome by Pros Front and response by Hon Win B Smith of Richmond wero full of live ly hope and prophecy for the futuro of industrial education in making tho most of not only Kentucky farms but of girlsProf happy vein of Brains in Secular and showed that commodity to still be at premium in most of the com mon pursuits of life- Time 4naper Time Homo and tho School Mrs Jennie L Hill set forth still moro clearly the gain to come from nn education fitted to the needs of tho future housekeepers and homemakors How the Farmer can byMrway with the aid of charts and spec mightbecoalelittle practice Throughout the days program the music by the College band and by time male quartette was a feature highly appreciated by all11o predict that tho next invitations to a Farmers Institute will bring out far greater num hors SC MASON A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee CO different games IiOOOOOO o 0 Get Your o Moneys I Worth o 2 II I I 100000100100000000101001010101001000 Lackey Hamilton WANT YOUR PATRONAGE j But not unless thoy deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked o by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by them but facts prove 0 othat such isuot the case add new each day in every line of we by keeping constantly 5 in close touch with large wholesale houses and factories we are enabled to secure latest and f- g heat values at lowest possible Depto0 See our line of Fancy Velvet and Wash Waistings They are beauties Selling from 25cls too flOO per yard Be sure to examine our line of Furso Qual o ity and Price will please you to please LACKEY HAMILTON Richmond Ky o 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 I I JUST WHAT YOU XKKD- CiiaiiiberlalnN Stomach and Liver Tablets When you feel dull after eating When you have no appetite Whoa you have a bad taste in Urn mouthWhen your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach andregulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by S E Welsh Jr A MAN to be well dressed must select his col lars cuffs neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats RndiMENSI FURNISHINGSin them from our stock and you willmake no mistake We see to it that our store contains nothing what is up todate and in good taste NEW FALL GOODS arriving daily11e sell Douglas Shoes for men and boys and Queen Quality shoes for women Rice Arnold Richmond Ky 7 4 IHxigUt Mow atel the best shoe dsmm The genuine rJ lloala fume and prim huu on IN TNL- WoRL ta v SJIJfotlct inrrtaa tftallt in tjNtffltta iiOSslratos Nun slitAlrau airs 1001 =l5Ui73U Pairs Biisltfit Hare Than Dou ltd In four Year THE R A90M3t M liiiii8liiinAkrii niil more mens- Saaunud9O3uhoea tlunuii other two mnn ufiiiturrrs In the world U l niiliiS3UlRiul1 10lbneaplnen l aide by aide S3JW nod fiUW shoe of other sates are found tn IO jllt Tlmjr will outwear two pair of ordfary rout jivhoes Made of the best leathers Including Pattnt m4HationalKangaroar W L Douwla 4OO Ollt Edir Loa cannot be at n rla- Nhoe4 nun gueearenrntalo flee ram t k nn For sale by Ra LRa COYLE Berea Presidents Office X Baron Oollo lto H+ + + rI1II+ +HI ij The Citizen until Jan 1 1905 for 1 J IIl 3ItSfItIIIHIIffiIISI +r Wo merchandise the tho the prices but u Highest Quality o Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Mens o Boys Boots and Shoes Ladies snd Mens Rubber o Goods We have just added to our fall stock someivery nobby suits for men and boys at prices that cause you to wonder how we do it Overcoats for men Overcoats for youths Overcoats for boys o Make your own price and we have a coat to lit youthe best for the money o Yours 0 Public Sal- eII on Saturday November llth li 03 sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at my place 2 miles east of Conway and near the old Scaffold Cane church the follow ing property 7 head of mules and horses 4 cows HI yearlings JTcalves 50 head of hogs 100 barrels of corn 0 stacks of hay mowing machine hay rake 1 two horse wagon and many other farming implements too numerous to mention I also sell my household and kitchen furni ture Terms of sale All amounts of IT or under cash in handover f5 6 months time with approved security with 0 per cent interest J M BCLLEN r AN OUTFIT of eyeglasses or spectacles is not ex pensive tho good it will do is in calculableBetter the cost of a perfect out fit and get perfect satisfaction than try to save money by purchasing cheap glasses They are never suit ableWo have modern high class instru ments forTESTING THE EYES and can obtain accurate data which enables us to fit- EYEGLASSES too SPECTACLES that are suitable in every way T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Open Every Day With a full supply of BEEF PORK or MUTTON MEAT MARKET IDwrs A Kirlyi korea Ky East End arber Shop North of Printing Office Shave tOe Hair Cut IBo Shampoo 15o Razors sharpened 15o to 25o R B DOE Proprietor DR L OORNEILUS Physician d Dentist Oftlce with Dr Corn lIu Broadway St KY noun for Dental Work 900 a m In 300 j m 0010000- o o Get Your- Moneys o Worth 0 o o o and will FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TWEIIIONK JOES No b3iIJoes Corner Richmond Ky 1 Our Millinery Stock Includes the largest variety of tho seasons newest and best styles in Ladies Misses and Childrens Headgearn- ow shown in Berea Noimatter what price you to youOurin suros a well selected stock to choose from 1Mrs1tBEREA Kt 1 For sick headabhe try Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward off tho attack if taken in time For sale by S E Welch Jr f I DIAMOND VALUES 1 W1IKN you pulling it in a sa roralcd you In addition to Iutmuoetninny you jnof wcnng We have centime Lees Aires lor over Write for Ihiryercatalogue Juo k CO when in the city 414 W Market lIiIII IoteI Laughlin FountainPen IS THE PICK OF ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The LaughUn Fountain Pen Holder la made of 6neatquamitY hard rubber It gradelargeof perfectfeeding any desired tltxibillty rlcbl goldI mounted purposes Surely forpresellialionI able mlllltll to give such continuous pleasure and service For Sale by East End Drug Companyf Main Street Berea Ky THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publtehtr BEREA KENTUCKY RIOING A LA MODE t Wlirn Lady Deity toK the her t In old tlme London town They tucked her In a QuUUd ehfr Stir pompadour and gown And swinging on Its cldd states In silken pomp and prldo Betwixt two eturOy IrvvrHd irnesw Xy lady had her rtdt lArrott the scar her dantfhtiT went Mid mingled Ooubts and Years i And In Virginia she spent Some fifty happy years Cut when she rode with bow and mile Along Colonial ways rr NAP In a coach of manrve style Ik hind two ambling bays i Sn turn her daughter left the nest The chroniclers aver And out Into the rugged West A husband laud with her Now raging vale and mountain oer The dnumtleespair we find Together JOBEtnK he lfore Ehe pllllonpercheU behind Today her dauphtari daughter need Not conch nor horse nor man she hath no use Tor ambling ttud Nor pillion nor sedan But or the pave the mpotbJr glide With whirl fit tllent wheel here and there the deftly gulden Her nimble fwlft mobile Edwin L jJbln In St Nicholas A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLABD Author 01A Mm tl ArmTIn Sill tl a ToqG Ctpyiltbt jixu by J B Lirpincclt Co All rirtti ream CHAPTER XJCOmNVJ 1arniolecl Jarmelce he thout dTherfwnll a faint cry In answer YblskerR renewed bit attack upon Mr Morton but Simpson stopped abort and the man who was gripping 1bt horses head glanced about in ap prehension The games up Whiskers said Simpson wed better make tracks Not If hell splits cried the furl outitrnnip and he caught from the roadside n bludgeon which he had I evidently dropped in order the better 10 use hIs hands and menaced the now defenceless Mr Merton That bag o money or Ill brain yet heshouted- Kosslter made n rush at Simpson The man was powerful but awkward while IloKgiter had never lost the nglllty of his college days There was farmhandI1upon his jaw Then Kossiter was past him The bludgeon was poised la Whiskers hand end Mr Merton was fumbling in his pocket when Tarmelees shout from the crest ofj 1hedp cati ed the tramp to turn He attempttconfederate released the struggling horse and the frightened animal plunged forward Whiskers eyes were murderous The young mans impetuous leap past Simpson to Mr 1JdertonlIaEIIIttnnte had brought him vagabond face to face The long run and the violent efforts he had since made seemed sud denly to tell upon his strength He felt his breath weaken He was aware df the swinging bludgeon and Of trying to dodge the blow find then it was asthough the earth had gaped and swallowed him lie returned to a conciopsnesn of rxlstencetthrough a variety of painful- aensntions most of them in his head Jle opiMied his eyes Are they gone he asked weakly VeH Kotneone said 4letkn w the voice and gained sud denly a clearer realization of Ills stir Toundings Parmclee Mr Merton and Dick WhlttleKpy were standing about Jiiin while over him Miss Densmore was bending with a look which he many many times afterward quell tinned hiini ell wondering if be had seen it in a dream CHAPTER XII AN ARRIVAL In the light wagon propped up be ween Jack Parmelee and Dick Whit 1 iletey Itossiter rode back to the des lon farm Atifirst everything vasH daze to him but soon the air revived houseIlie vns quite hlmself He was glad o1 the ald of Parmeleee stout arm however when he cane to descend to the ground ll1beal1 right after a bit he youllilelpMr Merton and Miss Densmore had hastened on in advance and they with Visa Merton and her mother gathered about the injured man YouiTe to come right in ber Wru Merton declared and though KochKer protested he was led Into the family Hvingroom where Matched upona couch he was made s comfortable might be with cool compresses that after a time allayed the painful feeling in his head The blow from the bludgeon had been a glancing one but above hie ear a lump had formed thai was exf eding Jy tender to the tomb and by Jack Iarnick looked In Mromnil outer door and noting the Improvement in Jlonsitera appear knee exclaimed Ahat was a jretty agly little clip j Sew Rte n tetrd cTf half wry rio ii tire nbankrartft an if it had beat a c n ple o hutches the other way your head hi a squashed puff fctlld have passed tor twins How can you Jack cried Miss Merton Who with her mother chanced to be in the room Whats tbe use o glootnln about ftIleII be fit enough in the mornin A trifle sore in the upper story mcbbo but that wont last long Yoawere just In time snit l os itter smiling I was about done far Vtra put up a great fight SyM says and Merton allows youve gut the darndest grit he ever saw Theyd all gkeedaddled by the time I got down into the dip They must have thought I had an army behind me l y the way they lit out Well Dick Whlttlesey was close by and he1 whole regiment in a scrap Itocsiter had a brief nap late In the afternoon and woke to find himself alone and much refreshed The Tnt tllng of dishes Indicated the nearness of the supperhour and outside there was a suggestion of approaching dusk He rose to his feet without difficulty and was walking towards the outer door which opened upon the porch with no definite intention when Miss Densmore appeared from the adjoining room bearing a daintily arranged tray upon which was a steaming cup of tea some toast and a few other tempting edibles She exclaimed in protest on seeing Rosslter Youre to sit down at once sir she said Were not going to have you running off in that fashion He succumbed very willingly and she bustled about making him com fortableMiriam and my aunt are busy she exclaimed so I said Id look after you You neednt have been to all this trouble he answered Im fully re covered now Hut he was glad to eat with her sitting by chatting cheerily to him Im afraid he remarked presently that you will find it difficult to keep to yourself your promise of the other night What was that Dont you recall You were going to hold in recollection from your hoppicking life only its pleasant phases Arent the disagreeables so to speak likely far to outweigh the happy experiences Oh no she replied with a little shake of her head Its like a play Unless the end Is tragic however much the actors pass through the effect is not darksome quite the con trary The bright scenes stand out and the gloomy ones recede The end thought Kossiter Yes the end of this small episode in lifes drama was certainly near at hand It was delicate ground these two were treading upon the girl more and more conscious of something in her heart which she would not ad mit to herrelf was there fearful of all it might Involve her sensitive nature shrinking from the speech ofI famllof friends and of the world the man now wholly mastered by the love he had so sternly struggled against realizing its apparent folly and hopelessness and yet grasping at straws and buoyed up by the frailer fabric of dreams Though you would not let me try to tell you Mr Tlosslter Miss Dens more broke out suddenly of my gratitude to you rfor all you did for me I must I will speak of your nobleness your generosity your bray ery in coming to uncles aid Why If lit hadnt been for you Her words were as spark to powder All the pent np emotion within him rushed to his lips She should know whatever might be the copse quenccB that it was her presence with Mr Merton that had moved him to strive so mightily that there was nothing he would not do aye to risking life and limb a thousand tines to win her favor Whatever his past might have been and she should rend ttleopen page of it without reserve the future and she might put him to the proof should be like the life moulding of another non if he might but wear her gage Do you think Miss Densmore he began and there was that in his voice and in his eyes that caused her to turn awlldo you think I would have gone so eagerly to your uncles aid His impassioned words were cut short by Miss Mortons entrance How you arch she cried seating herself And is the hero quite recovered lIes likely to faint dead away If you apply that title to him again Miss Morton Knssitur had wit enough to answer sayMissclearly pointed but in one direction and yet She was in a tremor of doubt not sure of herself marvelling at Jttossltcrs sudden exhibition of Jeellnfc when hitherto he had held himself in such close restraint As for liosmter lie hind resolved that he would not turn his back on the Mer ton faro and the hop flelds without putting lila fortune unto more to the testMr and Mm Merton came in short ly a lamp was lighted and then though they urged upon him to rest for a while longer Kossiter declared that he would go down to the in nV sleeping uarte4 and bade them all goodnight Youll not L aitatr to rouse come of us It you BhoaZd 1 11IIsald1Cn Merton JiiwelUr fissured her that she nerd have no further anxiety In regard to him and went out to and Joe Uecraft lounging about watching for him Ho would have much preferred to plone but he would not hurt beI crofts feelings tK the tt grafted towards the nrcaa alet ngquartera together Tire next morning Kosslter was at his work as rauoX Re did not feel strong but In response to all Inv quiries replied that he needed only tinotlrcr nights rest to be ready for further adventures The girls came into the yard imtg e tough to pick one more box each chatted gleefully over the amount of money they had earned talked of the departure of the pickers Sand how lonely the farm would seem after they had gone Inv quired as to Ilosslters plans and mill as they were leaving that they would reserve their goodbyes until Inter he having stated that he should probably ride Into Illicn with the Decraft on the following morning although some were planning to take the even ing train fur Hintonvllle- My four oclock the last box had been emptied the last pole stripped and stacked It was announced that Mr Merton was to be found in his little room in the barn and thither all the Tuckers flocked for their pay When the grateful fanner came to settle with Kossiter he endeavored to make him accept a much larger sum than that due him saying he wished In sonic way to show his appreciation of his many services and knew no other manner of making clear such appreciation It was frankly yet by no means indelicately put and though the polepuller would not listen to the proposal he was gratified rather than offended Mr Merton then asked him if he would not like to re main in his employment upon the fern saying that Jack Parmelee had suggested it For this further mark of kindness KoKsiter expressed hU thanks but replied in the negative whereat Mr Mertonu regret WilY apparently genuine As Itossiter emerged from his Interview with Mr Merton and was standing In the doer of the barn pon Bering upon how he should effect hit Interview with Miss Dcnsmore a young man trimly clad and neatly gloved throve briskly into the yard in a smart dogcart Ho pulled up in in front of the porch and Miss Dens more and Miss Merton came out to meet him- Iitillol Theres young Wolfe a friend of Sylvias from Illica said lack Iarmelce who was sitting upon the barn threshold whittling ener getically at a splinter of pine Hey Dick Whittleiey nun and take that horseI down from the woods day before yciterday the newcomer was saying to Miss Den more and yes terday I met your father who told me you were up here no I thought Id drive outs Itoiislter viewed the greeting be tween the two the lovely girl and thus finelooking handsomely dressed young man the little fabric of dream which he had allowed to grow gradually since his struggle In the dip crumbled into dismal ruin He strode away Into the orchard cursing him self for his mad presumption Yet hope died hard and by the time the sound of the supper bell rang out he made up his mind that the presence of this unexpected arrival should not deter him from pleading his cause Curiously in all his thoughts of Miss iDensraore the probability that her affections were engaged was not a thing that had received from him much consideration Sow he won dered why The evening mesh was earlier than usual that those of the pickers who desired might catch the train at Hln rtonville After he had eaten Itossiter ngaln sought the orchard He had decided hat he would wait and watch to see when Mr XVolffe took his de parture and then perhaps the oppor tunity he sought would offer itself Eagerly he marked the shadows gather and saw the evening star begin to glisten beyond the purple out line of the distant hills He was just upon Use point of returning to the proximity of the house when Ire caught the faint murmur of voices He had Sound a Mat upon a wide rail in a corner of the snake fenco where tall elderberrybusheK formed a partial screen and fancying it was some of the pickers wandering by the path half a dozen yards away to the edge of the orchard he concluded he would let them ipasn before making a move He sat there Inattentive and pusxirc until suddenly he was conscious that one of those speaking was Miss Dens more Without looking he knew who her companion must be What should he do As yet he hod heard no word of their conversation and he had no desire to play tits unwilling eavesdropper As noiselessly as possible he dried io shift his position so that he aught slip into the Lushes on the other side of the fence and thus steal away unnoticed He had half accomplished his purpose when what Wolfte was staying became clear to him It jtuit a matter of one hour In the day Sylvia but of every hour his words run Indeed it seems tome that you are never absent from iny thoughts I cant put you away from me Why up there in the woods I heard your name in the song of every bird In every breeze that cried In the pinc tops in every brook mur inuring over the rocks Your face was always before me even when I woke in the great darkness of the forest night IloKRlter could not know that It was the third time this young man had declared his love to Miss Densmore that he was now breaking his promise mat in speak of it to her again that a moment before when he hind yen tured on forbidden ground she had endeavored to silence him To the tortured man It seemed like a first declaration and to all appearances 181Is IJa1towardspearing figure end gave a little suppressed cry He supposed It to be one of fright and hastily parting the bushes among which he now found himself sped crushed at heart swiftly away in the thickening shades CHAPTER XIII- GOODDT TO TilE HOPFIKLD IIpMIgone look after the harnessing of his horse His interview hind hail in it an unmistakable element of finality and at last he nallred time utter hopelessness of further pleadings nnd pro testations He could not understand Mss Densmores strange agitation nail fricht at the noise In tho bushes but why he questioned should he now trouble hits head about that Ills horse was shortly ready he sprang Into the cart gathered up the refas nil started In no very amiable mood on his 12uvHe drive to Illica As Miss I cnRinurr entered a oar row side hallway the eiwounttred Jack 1armelee Your pole pulier left his goodbyes II uhf He changed his mind I mess about wnlllti until morning thought mrbbe lie could catch the train at Hlntonvtllr want ed me to give you this and he held out a tmiall slip of folded notepaper Thank you said Miss Densmore taking it and passing into time room where Itossiter had been brought the previous afternoon ant where her cousin and aunt were now sitting It was then even as she had feared HosSltrr hail heard n portion of Mr Wolff eV untimely declaration Mr Wolffe wished me to any gonl nightlie remarked to Miriam nail her mint Its no late that ha felt he must hasten back Mr Kotsiter gone Did Jack tell you exclaimed Miriam Wasnt It queer he should start off 0 and never como In to bay goodby I cant understand it Ileally I feel quite hurt Oh I suppose he thought If he waited to say good by to everyone he wouldnt catch the train re turned Miss Jenl more with nxstmrd IndifferenceThis on her cousins part seemed so unnatural that Miss Mer ton fell to wondering what could be AND THEN TilE SIGNATURE back of it but she did not think tv wise to question her There was Mr Wolffes sudden departure too Could there be any connection between the abrupt leavetaking of the two men The enigma was quite beyond her solving and there ap peered to be no inclination on Mi i Densmores part to solve it for her The latter lingered for n moment and then passel leisurely from the room She ascended the stairs en tered her chamber and closed the door She did not strike a light at once but sat down upon the edge of the led nnd gazed wideeyed at the wallShe recalled what she had said o t the night of the hopdance and nlno her talk with Itossiter on tin preceding evening Her promise to herself he hind called It her axH r tion In regard to her afterthought of her hoppicking life Tears start ed Into her eyes Had he conic to say goodby to her as she surely ex peeled that he would she hind meant to extend to him a cordial Invitation to call upon her to Illicn and Jiinie thing In her heart told her he would have come Xow she felt that In all likelihood the should never zee him again He had not revealed to her his homeor the place that he had once called home she had gath Bred that it was one of the large reIthat was all The chapter sle to her irrevocably closed At length she rose lighted u can dIe timid unfolded the crumpled scrap of paper Oood byjail bless you she read and thenhls signs ture Ihillp Itosslter She extinguished the candle and going to the window looked long at time sky and the fastthickening stars Then ale walked to the bureau opened our of the drawers and taking therefrom a little box of Venetian glass vrhlcb held some treasured trinkets snapped back the lid and laid tile pat Tier caressingly among them ITo Ue Continued Plillonophlc Manuilrrlnu It takes a woman to discover that it takes a woman to discover n wo roan A woman with her hnlr falling oil would bo in a Dickens of a II if slit should lose Oliver Twist Sonic people leave the Intchstriag hanging out because latchstrlngn are cheaper than doorknobs The automobile may be a sign of material progress but It hasnt struck us that way UalUnoin Xevra A Sweet Tooth IB responsible for many achca and pains But whatever the cause of decay it should Iw arrested and the Teeth put in good condition We clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine sets of teeth at 15 made on zjlonlte or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teethextracted 2T centa The best amalgam filling 75 cents Special acv commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson otitCin Richmond Ky u PHnIanetamWmvf Clal p nnl thUfrrMMWTh SWIFT rdafLsit Opp UL istut Oncsl adlatlos e anteoarwntaand l auoe TELEPHONES Complete 8750 pet pre Erh pair of ttnnrt tn leat4 and rkttl with Wit Inw nlframoo 1OeaD m lb curr rvn forYIOIIDOI r computeoutetlbfnltownf pimtnolfftTtlspa1Mrlmt I4T ip III2RMAX C TAFEL pro rtrsartsi nicreteat SMAW JarrIIT IxOBlttM LovuviLLiMCr u A Danetrun Month This Is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily t Find yourself hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an annoy ing cough it night Then you should nlwnji have handy a bottlo of Hal lards Horeh and Syrup J A An demon aril West 5th St Salt Lake City writes Wo use Iallanla Syrup for coughs and colds It gives im mediate relief Wo know its tho brat remedy for those troublea I write this to induce other people to try this pleasant and efficient remedy 2fc Wc and f100 at Kant End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College baa secured market for homespun and homewoven goods ouch as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at follow tap prices Cowlids 14 to K Linen 40 to M cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans 60 cent a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 53 a pair White Hnsey and white blankoti are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomanwbowsnta to sell cover title or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per too or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky A Good Nnine From personal experience I testify that Do Witts Little Early Risers aro unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy und do their work with ease W T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people arousing these tiny little pills in pref erence to all others because they are so pleasant and 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 u MONUMENTSVia Irv Sralta sad MrbU1 h Work of all kind don In aIworkmanlike manner at rea j enable prices and with dispatch Allwork anteed b- yGOLDEN iuaIFLORA I RICHMOND Ky 0at Yea site Colllni ftUMU t u uniiM iiKSTitoYiu Whitftu Cream Vermifuge noloulIkills worms but removes tutu uiiieun ant niiine in which they build their nests it brings null quickly n lIelltllIcondition of the body whcul cnnnot exist 25c at Hunt End Drug Co DR M E JONES ie Dentist Office Over Printing office Office Days Wrdnrsday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fittcdup Mw ls Boaid ands Lodging at popular prices Seoond at oppositm Court louse Hicbrooud Ky R G ENGLE Prop lJl1r I1tlItnlthe bowels liver and kidneys ing and strengthening thono purifyIand maintaining them in a condition of health thus IItkinblotches and black heads GOo at East End Drug Co h M h h M THIS IS THE TIME FOR 4 WinterRobes We are showing the largest line that was urer brought Into the city of Richmond We invite the public to call and inspect our line THEYIPRICE FROM 150 to 1500 I IT J MOBERLEY Main Street Richmond Kr I +nut Iiilment on Earth I M McIIany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2 1900 I had rbouma tism last winter was down in bed sixIweeks tried everything but got relief till a friend gavo mo a part of h bottle of Ballorda Snow Liniment 1 used it and got two more bottles It cured mo and I havent felt any rheu matism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to bo tho best liui mont on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgia poiuu rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will notsuffer long but will be grntf fled with n speedy and eCcctivo cure t rf 2 c60c and 51 at East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables- a specialty Sole agents for Banner Cream Bread orrosiTE BUBPEWSB MILL 11THECITIZEN 7 I ITHESCHOOL give porno recitations and bongs for school oxhi thitlols and bolow wo give the third installment WnrU AVe view the etar own heavens and say noils work In Infinite and pay t Adoring homage lljr thlll sign We claim our heritage divine For weare WI not born to cin llli wide domain hli wondrous planT Wo are the children of Ida cnrej For UI he made thus world fair lie tan us mind he gave us heart Ior what If not to do our part ti Our little meanuro of Isle will V Ho Rood to know and to fultlll For each lrla work the earthy goes round I One build a boat one tllla the Kround One sown n seed one finds a slur One seeks new continents afar One diva for precious item and ore One mukri n compass and one more Dlncovcrs gravitations lawij One arrka of rain and dew the cause IOnestudies flowers one studies erred One seek la know the worlds great need One writes a book one preaches well 1111iIn Uixls great wisdom whose Is best TranscriptI night Columbia the Ocean 11r r7-r tli ocoan nHfU lation banner bring hither Irrbrave each votion freedoms founda wither =Thy make brae ufJr = When librrround When proudly brave nlt1 mlon LkTEz1viewproud floitintf E3rIWhen borne When borne Three rodslit Qf m = tern Navy 1IThree HHJlHH4HHHWHHWHH The Home JENNIE LUTBR HILL Editor HHHHHHIHlHH The Housekeepers Convention Tho Housekeepers Convention last Saturday something everyone who there would huvo Iweu sorry miss Mrs Thomson notional meeting and Bible selections with comments regard womans place her homo neighbor and church Miss Spoors paper Rico part which will given next week discussion and many other good receipts wore given Mrs bags experience what girls not know have been hoard by every in tho State Miss Bryants Demonstration Lesson making simple wholoMOino pad ding enjoyed showing how girls taught cooking class Mrs Jaa Moores how she made butter of the most enjoyable features of the morning The need of good water good pasture absolute cleanliness and close atten then every detail woro emphasr Such meetings what help raise housekeeping from Drudgery profession Let have more enthusiastic ones oaph year JENNIE LISTEn HILL How Prepare Coddled Apples quart water three cups 6coffee sugar Place the make syrup Pare and halve Spitz enberg other tart apples Put syrup cook until clear turn ing carefully with large spoon clear remove apples carefully syrup not enough cook down stick namon adds spicy flavor fast adda little water the syrup A Sunny Mlle There Is a Providence loon that watches bar us n That wlnna let the gun a Hparrow trout he kens and dliina n Wants provide though Is at tlmfs Thfrea Ayr a sunny side Then leave your trouble a to and Your mind at rest Hellevlnff nye n thats will turn Out the best Let virtue be your guiding as doon lifes fltream you glide And dlnna doubt but at the youll Kind n sunny side Keep up your heart keep up your heart andDlnna be downcast Vliouch maybe have tare the It Wlnna always last then dlnna gin to grief whatever Utldethoulth at the morning light There aye a sunny sid- etashington Star Gem of the r fi sae 1 t = = I 0Colum Ma the Kern of the The hom of the li When whit des And threatend the t uplifted Oer lum blas f = fi ==== i I the free The shrine patriots de land to form The ark then of lion MM let it wave May the synth IkJ km er I tb rr = = j= A world of few horn ago U thee mandates lam bis rude safe thru thiitorm With her garlands of Nor its stars MOM to shine on the tiny the wr u i u o C the row LId ty form stand in vie try a her no bore her neV so erelIut they to their prove li l crew With her HIR ly Iw fore her true The Na ry and my for ev t i n ClIntII- F = U tl by the rod ul blue i The boost of the red blue by the redelit and don for the f ill blue 1 Line Vhen Ly the red white Moe The and I v for ever eheersfor the reJ white and blao i was was led tho do road in to in own as a in the on a of he led a lively as to do ought to mother a was by all as aro in a account of was one to d are to to a us larger and to of A fire and a or in the and a When cooked andlif is heavy A of cin a If cooked too to unto wee bit fa he for our And lily face hid him set that sent for star end ye noo ye way may war The star Co anJ of de true won nev Co vice urn she Ar lie ul tand Ar my to to on on Il1ItIHHH+1ISl1IH1 The Farm I SILAS CDBBVBR KASOIt Editor jHMH H +H HHHHHH Commercial Fertilizers JlV TTTOR C It IKWM On sandy land where food elements and moisture are lost easily by leaching and evaporation it will form a II hardpau which prevents the first mentioned while in heavy clay soil it flocculates tho particles of clay joins thom together and makes the soil coarser This allows the passage of air sari water more easily and BO brings it into a fit condition to sup port plant growth- U should be applied at the rate of from twenty bushels to fifty bushels per acre by putting it in small piles and allowing it to slack and then scat teringMention has boon made previously regarding the value of farmyard manure A few words further should be said concerning its value and methods of saving and using it Nothing indicates the character of the farmer moro than the way in which he handles this most fertile source of plant food Being the product of tho soil it should all go back to itcan taining as it does all elements of plant food in the best form Theamount produced can be greatly increased by careful management Stock should not stand out unless on pasture Not only do good barns pay in food saved during the winter but also in tho amount of manure made AUrough feed should be cut fine not beIwhen possible have cement floors whiehMrain off into a manure pit but when they cannot be built that way bedding should bo provided sufficient to keep all moisture absorbed All straw should bo saved for this pin pose and leaves may be gathered tl1ieu dry in the fall to sijpnlement this when necessaryi continued PROTEST ioprKnC- olniiihlii OlijeeU to the Action of the United Static Washington Nov IThe arrival of M Philippe HunauVarilla diplomatic relcelpttho action taken by tho United States and the sailing of the Mayflower with Consul Gudger and Admirals Walker and Coghlan wore the late develop moms In the Isthmian affair Colombia has officially lodged a pro test with the state department against the action of the United States In con nection with the events which have occurred on the Isthmus of Panama The terms of the protest could not he ascertained at present but It la known that strong objection In made to tho attitude of the United States In general and against Interpretations made by this government of the treaty of 1S4G between the United States of America and the United States of Co lombia The slate department has the protest under serious considera tion but the nature of Its reply if any or the tlmo when It will be mode Is not known Other thin admitting that such a document had been lllcd In tho state department the olllclala there will nay nothing about tho matter Denies Story of Ransom Bristol Tenn Nov 7No new de velopments deny emphatically all rUe more my son Is yet mkslng and there In no clew to his whereabouts was what Dr J S Wentz father of Ed ward L Wentz who disappeared near Dig Stone Gap four weeks ago last Wednesday said when asked for a statement Dr and Mrs Wentz ar rived In Bristol from Big Stone Gap whore they have been since a few days after the mysterious disappearI unco of tholr son They adelphia Itoparts that the family of the missing man had received a poss tal card from tho alleged kidnapers of young Wentz were exploded by thin fact that the father and mother worn leaving for their home Tho rumors current that the kidnapers were hold ing the young man for a ransom of 200000 are most emphatically denied Decides Against Bryan Now Haven Conn Nov 7Judge Livingston W Cleaveland of the pro bate court handed down a decision In the Phllo S Bennett will case holding that tho secret letter directing Mrs Bennett the widow to pay William J Bryan 50000 was not part of the will The effect of this Is to prevent Mr Dryan from obtaining the money men Boned In the letter unless the present decision Is reversed by a higher court or unless he should be successful In legal proceedings against Mrs lien nett In the event that the 150000 should be paid under clause 12 of the will which reads nn follows TwelthI give and bequeat unto my wife Grace Imogene Bennett tho sum of 50000 In trust however for the purposes set forth In a sealed letter which will bo found with Bald wiltIAbandoned the Vessel Astoria Oro Nov IThe steamer Charles Nelson which departed from Astoria on Nov 3 for San Francisco became waterlogged off Hecla Head 200 miles down the coast from this port and was abandoned by her passengers and crew Heavy seas washed over the vessel and her hold soon tilled After four hours of Incessant labor fraught with rave danger and hardship the 36 persons on board vho had suffered intensely from a constant drenching were taken In the Nelsons boats to safety aboard the Tlttnla which proceeded south on her voyage to San Francisco Peasants Find Treasure home Nov 9 Peasants while dig ging near Palazzolo Acrelde Sicily found a rich treasure of ancIent objects from Syracuse The mot val uablo woro an artistic diadem en crusted with precious stones a belt of solid gold and several rings of beau tiful shapes There was also found a number of coins of different values The government authorities took pos session of tho treasures on the ground that It was national property but they will compensate the proprietor of the estate according to an estimate which will bo mado by experts Want Policies Canceled St touts Nov 6 In the United States circuit court the Mutual Ufo Insurance company of Now York tiled an application for tho cancellation of two life Insurance policies aggregat ing 250000 carried by the company upon the life of James L Dlalr former general counsel of the exposition com pay Tile company charges that the policies wore secured through fraudu lent representations Tho petition further charges that Blair attempted to take his own lite on Oct 15 and Oct 31 and defraud the company of thin amount of the policies Filipino Students Arrive San Francisco Nov 10 On tho steamer Korea which arrived from the orient were 96 young Filipinos who have been sent to the United States to perfect their education They have already been assigned to various colleges a largo proportion going to the University of California Yellow Jack Rages Laredo Tex Nov 9 Notwith standing tho efforts of tho physicians the yellow fever continues without much abatement Tho o dial bulletin Issued Is Now cases 12 deaths none total cases 723 total deaths Double Tragedy Georgetown Ky Nov 6 Lucinda Washington colored was shot ard killed by Jim Bcatty colored On te lag pursued by the police Beatty killed himself Free to January 1 1904 The publisher of The Citizen offers all the remaining issues of 1903 as a free gift 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love by science thus eliminating the misdirectedklt k misery of the world Is generated by false ideas of love and marriage Men and women are of a higher order than the animal creation and should not let f the animal instinct decide their des t tinies T So stoke Otto Henderson to Ella Jlorehouse as they sat on the porch of the Ittters home He had taken her hand In his in a quiet mittcrotfact and she allowed him to retain It tJandfor several moments her hand lay passively in his Probably the mutual f feeling was as near platonlc as ever Is experienced In this world Certain t ly there was nothing like the Intensity of feeling usually experienced when two young people who are engaged are sitting out on the torch in the twilight ti for these two young people were en gaged and fancied they were very hap py in the society of each other How nice It al Is said the young woman whose placidity did not seem WAS ENGAGED TO YOUR MOTHER 11I ONCE all ruffled as she removed her hand from that of the young man In a me chanical way and laid It as passively in her own where It lay quietly in her- lap happyscientificfeyes and then allowing nls gaze to I scan the contour of her fine figure In l an admiring but rather patronizing way Yes OttoIt will be perfectly love itly I wont get my hair mussed up my gown rumpled It will be Just a as nice as though I were being loved by one of my roommates in the seminar And how poetical It Is too i Theyoung man rather winced at this but only for a moment when the shadow left his face and he smiled as he bade her goodnight i lienftween whom and himself a club friend yearsjSoStorehouse said the elder man of the two looking at the younger rather youryou very No nnd yes I knew her mother 20 years ago as well as any woman living but after her marriage we rratherdrifted apart and my acquaint 1ancewith the young lady has not been what you might call Intimate I shall certainly congratulate her when I see her next That occasion came sooner than Tre malne expected He was pausing the house early one evening and saw her tsilting alone on the piazza with the moonlight streaming over her She spoke In response to his courteous bow r and after a moments hesitation he opened the gate and strolled up the j walk while she arose to meet him and stretched out her hand to him in greet ingIs it in order for me to congratulate o TO WALK WITH YOU f Oh some mens lives are laughteretched- And some are etched In rue But rare not what ways men walk youTheThe Icvcnbolt flash through But IIll know It not at all Ho but I walk with you daysAndBut I will laugh to are them go youOh long days ruevglad and short 80 but I walk with you l your wee white hand m mine I hCite me the other toot aohrowdydosSo goldYouriii Of trumpet blossomi bless the ways 8a but walk with you Ana oh your breath comes sweet to ms Af iliac perfumes doOh life la short but what o that 8n I but walk with you I swingSoi Ill go with neer a backward glaic youielseIre II I wets then and you were her 5 ran on your coming marriage with Mr Henderson ha asked Why certainly site replied but there was a lack of spontaneity In her tone and hsr eyes had a faraway look In them certainly do congratulate you I have always felt a kind of fatherly Interest In you Why you do not look old enough tc feel very fatherly and such n con firmed old bachelor too aa father said once in speaking of you she said with a goodhumored laugh But I am getting quite old f am nearly What a grandfather to be aure The banter was thoroughly enjoyed by Tremalne and he Joined in the laugh at his own expense nut the wind Is rising and the dust Is disagreeable she said Wont you come Inside Yes if your father la at home I have not had a chat with him for long nut time he is not at homo though he is expected any moment- I am glad that you love Mr Hen derson he said as he took a seat while a servant turned up tho lights But I do not know that t really do love him she said simply He is a nice young man with no vices so my friends say and he has Ideas Yes I have heard him exploit them and frankly You do not agree with them No Miss Morehouse But I think you will be safe with him and In time Oh thank you for your generosity I am sure as you say we shall in timeThen they both laughed rather heartily though there seamed to be- a little restraint at the same time I suppose you know Miss More house that I was engaged to your mother once Why Mr Tremalnc how can you say such a thing to me I have a reason for It t supposed maybe your mother might have told you of it before her death No Indeed sir and I am astonished that you should Walt please I was only 13 and your mother was a year younger We had a little lovers quarrel and separated Then she married a better man than I nndandI see her Image before me at this moment I loved your mother very dearly andand how much you are like her Mr Tremnlne I hope you will grow to love Mr Henderson and he you and that your married life may be as happy as that of your parents I am sorry that I shall be obliged to go away without meeting your father moments I think he wilt be here In a few I shall tell Mr Henderson what a prize he will have and Do you think such a marrie can be happy Why not Both of you are pleased and the love will come Do you think love Is necessary Good heavens girl why do you ask me I am too oldfashioned and Mr Henderson is up to aate in Ms notions But are not some of the oldfash Ions better than the new ones Why ask me I may be prejudiced Did Mr Henderson tell you tho nature of our engagement No Miss Morehouse Well If either of us were to fall In love with anyone else the engagement was to be considered broken He stared at her In a perplexed way for a moment while she began to laugh hystericallyIt to me that your mother stands before me as she did twenty years ago- But it la not my mother It Is her daughterBut love la In my heart Just the same She did not rebuke him but bid her face In her hands He placed his arm about her but she did not make an objection Can you forgive mo ho said as she uncovered her face and looked at tearsIengagement li broken she said as she hid her face againYou do not mean It I do and here comes father Just In time as his step was heard In the hallBut I have forgotten what I wanted to talk to him about That doesnt matter does It Cant you find a subject of conversation- I 7 guess ao Poor Henderson If I walked nt with you And If you win the Heaven first Iet not the gates swing to Walt there a moment HappyHeart Ill coma to walk with o- uJ M Lewis In Houston Post NEW KNOCKOUTDROP MAN Latent Type of the IlolilVp A Flint Die cuvrrrtl In riilUlclpliluUU- Moile of Procedure A new type of the knockoutdrop man has appeared In Philadelphia Ho picks out a man In the street who Is smoking a cigar follows him until he reaches a dark part where ne approaches with an apology and a request for a light Tho Intended victim proffers his smok- Ing weed and the other accepts it with ils right hand and lights his cigar While holding it he dexterously presses the far end against the needle of a concealed bulb which injects the knockout drops into tho cigar and leaves it in a condition to deprive lu owner of his senses Then under the pretense of assisting his victim the knockout man deftly goes through the unconscious mans pockets The Impression would be that the victim had been overcome by heart disease or had succumbed to apoplexy 0 Industry and UnderstandingB- y CHARLES EUGENE BANKS Not J Author IhC jewel Wisdom in the mine of thought Lies bedded deep where toilers sore have wrought Or be their search in old veins or in new The miners many the discoverers few President Roosevelt has advocated the strenuous life with so much original strcnuosity that he has conic to be the apostle of action And now exPres ident Cleveland has espoused the Rooscveltian doc trine and is abroad in the land preaching the doctrine of work with as much zeal and fir larger and more mouthfilling sen tences than his political r alIIt would seem that two parties the advocates of work pure and simple and thebelicers in skillor endeavor with understanding- It would not require a great philosopher to prove that work with lout an intelligent aim is more likely to bring disaster even than idleness without knowledge of the thing to be done or the end to be achieved is useless if not dangerous Mr Roosevelt and Mr Cleveland are quick to point out the way in which their disciples arc to employ their energies They must go into politics and work for their party They must get to the polls and not only vote but set that every other voter in their neighborhood puts his ballot in the box The kind of work the politician or statesman is engaged in is the kind of work he advocates for his followers TltU is commendable as far as it goes nut it is doubtful if President Roose velt himself would have been so ready to sow the seeds of energy had he suspected they would spring up in tin bulky form of his rival for the presidential chair It is one thing to have our own supporters filled with the fire of ambition and another to fire our opponents with equal energy aimed not for but at us It is jossiblc that this worship of energy is being carried too far If industry is the chief of virtues then must the devil be the chief of saints for he is the most industrious figure in history lie never ruts never sleeps and is lured with a zeal that causes all his opponents to join in continual battle against himIlie is a wise and crafty politician too and there is no doubt were an election going on in which he was the chief candidate but thnt he would prove far more active than any office seeker has ever been No could we who profess to love virtue condemn his activity nor hesitate to proclaim it a great reform in his conduct if he should creep away somewhere and go to sleep until his defeat was certain Industry is a good thing if it is guided by understanding Hut tn philosophers tell us that n MXIIU understanding makes the strenuous life unnecessary Take My yoke upon you and learn of Me For My lithe- is easy and My burden is light There is the voice of the Geat Teach ereIt is the philosophy of understanding lie who understands the law achieves with case what the ignorant must strive for The prac ticed woodman makes every stroke cut clear and straight to the line and he fells his tree in half the tints the careless or ignorant chopper cnn sutncs in a like task The yoke of success in life is easy and the burden is light only to those who get wisdom It is not the sweat of the brow io much as the sweat of the soul that brings triumph And is it not time for sonic of the great leaders of men leaving an audience ready for their every utterance to counsel wisdom as well as work Surely the meaning of life is not simply to toil The joy is in doing that which we understand how to do so that there are no awk ward or wasteful strokes but that every blow goes toward completing the task Sir and Ma am Out of DateB- y MRS MARTHA FOOTE CROWD in of Womani Dtpartmeat Northwesters Lnlnrtlir tR grandmothers said yes sir and yes maam no sir andno maam and to the child who was properly reared the use of these stiff and formal terms of address was as natural as breathing But they arc in bad taste nowadays and out of date They arc so old fashioned as to be worthy of a place upon the highest shelf of antiqui tics Yes Mrs Smith or No Mr Drown arc much more sensible and in better taste Even plain yes or no sounds much better Another word which inot in good form is coed It knot artistic It is slangy It is not at all nice and young women students at the universities should he the first to resent the use of the word in reference to them Girl students are not coeds They arc young women or young ladies The word has been overworked The idea of calling young women girls also is incorrect Very very few of the female students in the universities arc any longer girls They arc young women or young ladies if they so prefer to be called but they should no longer be referred to as girls Too many of the young women students in the universities spend the time which should be spent in reading in picking out crochet pat terns published in the magazines and papers This is deplorable Such a thing is out of date and will do only for provincial Young women students should not spend their time fussing over such things And I would go farther and say that any magazine which contains crochet advertisements aid reading matter is not fit to read The Tramp HowHe Produced By DR H C ALEXANDER Prominent Chicago Student ot Sociology W ll ANDL RING tendencies produce tramps and these wander ing tendencies are a species of insanity Nervous breakdowns also cause a large number of tramps An examina tion of 120 tramps made recently showed that 104 were mentally deficient insane Some tramps are hereditary some gradually drift into shiftless life and others arc vic tims of mental degeneracy The struggle of the child in the public ichool to keep from falling behind his mental superior leads to vaga bondageAs a remedy I would advise the sanitation of honks and dress and the use of healthful food and pure water Improper food during the growth of a child causes nervous breakdown and the drinking of im pure water causes debilitating diseases Jike typhoid fever Fevers of this type cause nervous weakness and vagabondage- If larger damages were awarded by the courts in cases of personal injuries there would be fewer tramps in the streets The men arc maimed by accident Unable to get work they drift into the streets and bctf ro t tJxr1 r ONLY A HUSK Thuf What thr Wife lIt anti the loan Mil u lint the KrrMfl Tom Darccy yet a young man had Iron to be a very ball one At heart ho might have been all right If his head and his will had only been nil right but these being wrong the whole ma chine was going to the bad very fast though there were times when tho heart felt something of lu old truthful yearn- Ings Tom had lost his place an fore man In the great machine shop and what money he had now earned came from odd Jobs of tinkering which he was able to do here and there at pri vale houses for Tom was a nonius as well as n mechanic nnd when his head was steady enough ho could mend a clock or clean a watch as well as he could set up nnd regulate a stemn en gine and this latter he could do better than any other man employed by the Scott Mails Manufacturing company One day Tom had a Job to mend a broken mowing machine and reaper for which he had received five dollars and on the following morning he started out for his old haunt the village tavern He knew Ms wife sadly needed tho money nnd that his two children were In absolute suffering from want of clothing and that morning he held a debate with the better part of himself but the better part had become very weak and shaky nail the demon of appetite carried the day So away to the tavern Tom went For two or three hours he felt the exhil arating effects of the alcoholic draught and fancied himself happy as he could ting und laugh but all usual stupefse WONT DRINK ANY MOIIE TO NIGHT lion followed and the man died out lie drank while ho could stand and then lay down In a corner where his companions left him It was late at night almost midnight when the landlords wife came Into the barroom to see what kept her husband up and quickly saw Tom Peter said she not In n pleasant mood why dont you send that miser able Tom Darcey home lies been hanging around hero long enough Toms stupefaction was not sound sleep The dead coma had left the brain and the calling of his name stung his senses to keen attention lie had in insane love for rum but did not love tho landlord In other years Peter Tlndar and himself hud loved and wooed the sweet maiden Ellen GOBS and he won her Icavlns Peter to take up with the vinegary spinster who had brought him the tavern and ho knew that lately the tapster had gloated over the mlrcry of the woman who had once disregarded him Why dont you send him home demanded Mrs Tlndar with an Impatient stamp cf the foot Hush Betsy lies got money Let him bo and hell bo sure to spend it before he goes home Ill have the ker nel of tho nut and his wife may have the husk With a sniff and a snap Betsy turned away and shortly afterward Tom Dar tey lifted himself upon his elbow Ah Tom are you awake rouso up And have a warm Class Tom got upon his feet and steadied himselfNo Peter I wont drink any more lonlght It wont hurt you Tom Just a Mass know It wont said Turn buttoning up his coat by tho only solitary button left I know It wont And with thla he went out Into the chill nlr of the night When he got away from the shadow of the tavern he topped and looked up at the stars and then ho looked down upon tho earth Ay ho muttered grinding his heel In the gravel Peter Tlndar Is taking the kernel and leaving poor Ellen the hunk und I am helping him to do it I am robbing my wife of Joy robbing my chlldrer of honor and comfort rob bing myself of love and lifeJust that Peter Tlndar may have the kernel nnd Ellen the husk Well see It was a revelation to the man The tavern keepers brief speech meant not for his cars had come upon his senses fell the voice of the Risen Ono upon Saul of Tarsus Well see he repeated setting his foot firmly upon tho ground and then he wended his way homeward- On the following morning he said to his wife Ellen hare you any coffee la the house Yes Tom She did not tell him that her six ter had given It to her She was glad to hear him ask for coffee Instead of the old old elder I wish you would make mo a cup good situ strong There was really music In Toms voice and the wife net about lie work with a strange nutter In her heart Tom drnnK two cults of the strong fragrant coffee and then wont out went out with a rwioluto step and walked straight to the great mammas tory where he found Mr Scott In the onlce Mr Scott I want to loam my trade over agnln Eh Tom what do you mean mean thud Its Tom Dirroy como back to the old glare ajiktnn forgive ness for the past nnd hoping Ui da better In the future Tom cried tho manufacturer starting forward nnd grasping his hand are you In earnest Is It really the old TomT- Its whats left of him sir and well have him whole and strong very IIIOD- If youll only set him to work Work Aye Tom and bless you too There Is an engine to he Hot up and tested today Com with mo Toms hands were weak stud unsteady but his brain was clear and under his skillful supervision the engine WRIt set up and tested but It was not perfect There wow mistakes which ho had to correct and It was late In the evening when the work was complete How It Is now Tom aiked Mr Scott as he came Into the testing houiHi and found the workmen ready to depart Shes all right sir You may give your warrant wlffRxit fear Rod bless you Tom You dont liner how like sweet music the old voice sounds Will you take your place again Walt till Monday morning sir If yeti will offer It to me thin t wilt take It At the little entliigft Kllen harecys fluttering heart was sinking That morning after Tom was soce she had found a twodollar bill In fair cofleii esp She knew that He left It for her She had been out ami bought trt anti- sugar and flour and butter and a Ml of tender stank awl all day long a ray of light had boon danK sad skimming More hlra ray from Ike blessed ItJokt nf oilier days With prayer and hope she set out the ton table and waited but the sun wont down and no Tom came Eight oclock anti almont nine Oh was It but a tola glimmer after 111 IHark The old stp strong eager torNYo It was Twin with the old grime upon his hands and Ute odor of oil upon his garment- I have kept you waiting Nellie Tom I didnt mean to bat the work hung1 on Tom Tom You hue been hi olio old shop Ye and Im to have my okl plate andIAnd she threw her arms round his neck and covered his face with kluwss Nellie darling wait a little and you shall have the old Tom back again Oh Tom Ive got him now now bless him bless him My own Touil t t My husband my darling And then Tom Darciy realized the full power of womans lava It was a banquet of the gods was that supper of the household gods all restored with the bright angels of peace and love and Joy spreading their wings over thn board 4 On the following Monday morning Tom Darcny assumed his place at the head of the great machine shop and those who thoroughly knew him had no fear of his going bsck In the Joy to IATlndar on the street Kh Tom old boy whnta ups I am upright side up- YesI see nut I hope you havent forsaken us Tom I hare forsaken only the evil you have In store Peter The tact Is I con cluded my wife nnd little ones had fed oa husks long enough and If there was a kernel left In my heart or In my manhood they should have it Ah you heard what I said to my wife that right Yes Peter nnd I shall bo grateful to you for t as long an I Uv v My re membrane of you rli always bo re- lIeved by that tinge of warmth andabrightness National Advocate ITEMS or 754 papers published in Kansas only 20 publish Manor advertisements Dr Uarnardo the famous social work er of London says that 99 per cent oftthe homeless children of that cityare made to by drunkenness of one or both parents Tho National Catholic Total Abstinence union met In Plttsburg a few days ago About 1000 delegates were In attendance The union now men bers about 90000 members With tho bells III every church InJNorfolk Va ringing and women pray ing constantly the temperance voters iof Elizabeth City N C carried the local option election by a majority of 170 Within n few years the American saloon has directly murdered or assaulted ten or twelve ministers of tha gospel n dozen edltora and reporters several officers of the law an unnum hared list of private citizens and It has burned or blown up with dyna mite a largo number of churches pub lie buildings nnd private residences Yet saloon keepers express wrmdcr why we do not let the saloon alone Michigan Christian dvocateJ MOTHERS MOTTO t aloe you a motto my tltte child To lake will you tverywhere worltIntow fNot the thing I like to do Hut thu thing thai art right to to Not everylhliiK tlmt I wont lo do Uut whatever I Dueht to du great3htsThl tx the liruullful bleed way That will make you glad at the end ot the ay Not the things I like to do Hut the ihlnRi that are right to do Not everything that I wnnllodo Hut whatever I ought to do Brace C Llttlen M In Clirlstlan need ier n HOW THE WORLD LAUGHS American mill IZnallilimrn finally Are rnrrlrBlnrU In the ii Irlu at Mrrrlnirnl Ugh mentality Is shown In a laugh There are savages In Afrlra who never laugh they grin that Is all and this lack of the quality of laughter Is a ftymptom of their low mentality Tho Chinaman has no hearty bursts of laughter He titters cynically titters over the misfortune of an enemy or the frllmlIHe cannot give utterance to a hearty laugh When he Is delighted or amused or happy he Just looks calm with a sickly smile on his sallow fare The Frenchman has a reserved laugh ono which he holds well In hand Do lug a great stickler for dignity he is Afraid that a loud and honest laugh would Injure his deportment would demean him In the eyes of his ac quaintances You will not hear much laughter In Paris though It In true that the women have a cultivated mu llleal bahaha that they ute In cafes when they wish to attract somebodys attention The Germans laugh la deep and prolonged It comes from far down somewhere In his stomach The laugh of the Irishman Is hearty and resonant and tickles him from his- eyes to his waist The Americans and the ICngllHh are quick to see the point of a witticism and mot of them laugh unrestrainedly Their tnlrtb Is so not ural and heartily anti musically nt pruMcd that you cannot but rejoice on hearing It When a funny Incident In tolil In the presence of a Scotchman for a few seconds the point paMM un noticed but at last It dawns upon him and then his tnanlfctaton of apprecia lion Is expressed by subdued merry deelll1arneltN Bu It DELLA SMITH was a little girl You wilt she was very lucky when I tell you that not only her mamma but leer Aunt Jane and her sister Lily May were dressmakers How mulch fun she must have had making dolls dresses out of all those pieces Ah but now comes the sad thing the hadnt any dolls from Monday morning to Saturday night especially Saturday night mamma and Aunt June and Slater Lilt just sewed and sewed to get things done And It didnt do a bit of good getting one thing done for there were always two or three other things that ought to have been done long ago So mamma would cry and then Aunt Jane would say There Is no use spoiling your eyes back the pieces but the rule was unallcr LUDICLLA AT She Placed Laura of a Row ot than your hand Oem And Ludella did wish her hand would grow faster Yet there were mountains of tiny bits 11 one big boxful Ludella had stored away under her bedsilk and satin velvet and Bedford cord ladlescloth and cheviot and cnmelVhalr gingham and percale and entitle chiffon and ribbon and lace Under the bed was another box devoted to empty spools Every winter afternoon when she carno homo from school Ludella would say as she opened the door Any more spools Any more pieces Then out would come thow two boxes and dress maker Number hour would set to work as seriously as the others Did I say Luella had no dolls What la it she keep In box Number Two TWO YOUNG AERONAUTS Ilrave 1 nanR tere Nent VII In II Pr Ubllonn unit Knjornl the Itlilnlr Journey Two children have Just mule a sac cessful bjlloon ascent In Iceland the occasion being a military fete at tho Al exandra palace The occupants of the car were Mona Aufcustc Gaudron his little daughter Kna aged nina and Mas tar Dudley Harlot aged in the sun of Dr Darton who Is building the grew alrahlp at the palace at the present timeThe balloon started In a southerly di rection and remained In view for about 20 minutes when It entered the clouds Nothing more was heard of the balloon until the occupants reached home at about two oclock the next morning After having had a most enjoyable and Interesting trip during the course of which they croiied and rccrosscd the Thames on no less than five occasions The highest altitude attained was AN ivniusTiN Tilt I 5000 feet at which belgut the reflection of the sun on the masses of white clouds below was qultedazzllng At one time It was feared they would have to descend Into the Thames as the wind had dropped almost to a dead calm and tho balloon hung almost continu ously for an hour over the river At eight oclock however a Iltle putt of wind took them over a marshy spot two unties on tho other side of Green hltlic and Hone Oaudron took Immedi ate advantage of this and opened the valve when the party trade a safe though somewhat rapid descent These are probably the youngest aeronauts who have ever made a Journey together In a free balloon lint ttrr Mn OTIirk All piano playing In Tort Scott Kan must cease at nine oclock p m The first woman who violated the only nonce was fined SlIi and costs Ludellas Spool School JESSIE MACMILLAN ANDERSON ti s LITTLE SarabIammanlwarllert Anything wonKI rand spools little spools Tat spools IIII spools Spools all waist and stools no waist at sill All decked out la more colors than the rainbow Their dresses are mostly skirt but all the easier to nt And what a variety of skirts Some hanging down very full and limp In gathers some stiff la plaited kilt some standing straight out just like a morning glory upside down bell skirts with full train and bell skirts with demltraln skirts with mule round the bottom and skirts with panel down the side Here said Ludella gravely ont day I listened while her ulster was trying on my new gownhore children didnt you hear the bell Schools begun Order I have the pleasure of In troduclng to you a now pupil Laura Penelope Martlndale Here she pulled up a jolly little twist spool with a flaunting pink sill skirt of the upsidedown morningglory shape and a wide blue ribbon which was both sash and necktie She placed Laura Penelope at oar end of a row of spools saying Youll have to begin at the foot of the class but If you study hard and Im prove youll soon be at the head Then In a squeaky voice sho made Penelope say Dont you have any boys In this school And she an swered No horrid rough things Wo dont allow em Then began the spelling lesson Grace Martha spot needle uNo ne dol del nedcl i Young Next Nea non dIe neadle Next sternly No nc dle die ncdle And so on down the whole class till she came to the new pupil Ndoubloe nee dle die needle Thats right Laura Penelope You may go to the head Youve studied your lesson Penelopes Just come I dont see when she studied It I said to tease the robabl paid attention to what the teacher said In the last school she was In she answered severely and fancied the outer spools looked a little ashamedI sorry I could not stay to hear tho geography class recite but my dress was tilted and had to go loitered to savo up my spools for Lu della but she said she would rather have me save up girls names she had some trouble In finding enough to go round and she didnt wish to have two or three by tho same name as they had In common schools REPUBLIC OF PANAMA The Revolutionists Declare Their Independence Presence of the United States Gun boat Nashville at Colon Resulted In the Suppression of Any Serious Trouble Washington Now 4The followln cablegram was received at the navy department Wednesday An uprising took place at Panama last night Independence was proclaim ed Tho Colombian army and navy officials were made prlconers A goy ernment WIlL to be organized consist Ing of three consuls and a cabinet Colon Colombia Nov 5 Without the firing of a shot and amid scenes of great enthusiasm the Independence of tho Isthmus and the department of Panama was declared Tuesday evening The city of Panama Is now In tha hands of revolutionists and no serious attempt has been made to recapture It The Colombian gunboat Bogota arrived In tho harbor after the declaration of Independence and threw a few shells Into the city without doing damage to lifo or property Perfect order prevail ed In Colon Wednesday In Panama the flag of tho new republic In colors of red white and blue floats over the government buildings Tho movement for Independence has been In progress since tho rejection by tho congress at Bogota of tho Hay Herran canal treaty but Its sudden ripening Tuesday night was due to tho news of the unexpected arrival at Colon of tho Colombian gunboat Carta gena with lens Tovar and Amaya nnd a number of troops The presence of the United States gunboat Nashville at Colon Is believed to have resulted In the suppression of serious trouble As the result of a con ference here Col Torres commanding the troops at Colon has sent on a ape cial train to Panama a representative to confer with Gen Trovar whoso un conditional release Is demanded During the excitement Wednesday evening blue jackets from the Nash ville quickly placed bates of cotton on the tops of freight cars forming ex cellent barricades Many of the city Zeus were armed with rifles anti re volvers Several Americans and oth er foreigners took refuge on board the German steamer Markomannla The opinion of everybody here Is that the Isthmian canal Is now assured At 730 oclock Wednesday night the American blue Jackets returned aboard th Nov riTho state department Wednesday received a prompt request from the reprcsenta lives of the revolutionary government at Panama that tho United States recognize thin new state of Panama but pending official advices from our con sular officers at Panama that a new government has been established and Is a defacto government tho state de department declined to commit Itself at present Colon Colombia Nov GAfter a conference Thursday afternoon Col Torres commander of the Colombian troops here seeing that the situation was hopeless agreed to embark his soldiers on the royal mall steamer Ori noco sailing for Cartagena at p m A special train from Panama will bring Gen Tenar who will also sail on the Orinoco The arrangement to this end was made through the efforts of Com mander Hubbard of tho United States gunboat Nashville Superintendent Shaler and Assistant Superintendent Prescott of tho Panama railroad who guarantee that both parties will fulfill the agreement The people of Colon are now jubi lant because the stability of the re public seems assured The flag of the new republic tics from the railway sta tions at Gatun and Dohlo Soldado near Colon Troops from Panama will doubtless take charge of the city Fri dayWashington Nov GThe departure nf tho troops from Colon greatly re lieves tho seriousness of the situation and the arrival of tho Dlxlo Thursday night relieved the general apprehen sion here regarding the safety of Am erican lives and property In Panama This government It was said Thurs day night Is Interested but not surprised to note tho European approval of Its policy as shown In tho press ills patches from London IlcrlUJ and Par is but It was added by a high ofllclal that the restoration of order on tho Isthmus and Its maintenance had b cn long desired by the European powers and that tho United States was In real ity doing them and their Interests a service It was suggested Thursday night that In tho event of postponement of recognition of the new government the question might bo referred to congress for action Paris Nov GA correspondent learns from an authorized government source that Franco will probably roe ognize the Independence of tho new Colombian state It tho United States should first take a like step Encountered a Typhoon Honolulu Nov 4Tho transport Thomas arrived Tuesday from ManlU three days late Tho Thomas eneoun toned a typhoon October 25 and sus tamed some damage tier aft bulwarks were wrecked and two lifeboats were smashed Lieut A M Beecher Killed Newport R I Nov 4Lleul Albert M Ileechor ordnance officer of the battleship Maine fell from tile for ward turret to the handling room a distance of 40 feet Tuesday and was oflKly Injured ge died an hour later Kentucky PickUps DEFIES PURSUING POSSE Kentuckian Who Shot a Man En trenched In the Mountains nirboursvllle Kj Nov GA mea sago from Manchester says that excitement Is great there over the at tempted arrest of Jako and George Woods who are charged wltn the fatal wounding of Thomas Rawlins at Sex tons Creek voting place Tuesday- A number of officers went to arrest the men but when they reached thj place they found the Woods and their frlonds numbering more than a dozen heavily armed They refuse to stir render and are well located In the mountains according to reports A posse will be formed and another attempt will Im made to arrest the band Hawllns can not live He Is a travel- Ing salesman INAUGURATION DA Gov Beckham Will Be Installed on Tuesday December 8 Frankfort Ky Nov 6 Inaugura tion day comes earlier this year thar usual It being on Tuesday December 8 the statute requiring the new gov croon to be Inaugurated the fifth Tues day after the election The democratic majority is growing larger Instead of smaller and It looks now like It may reach 28000 Ell Brown of Nelson canDIdate for speaker of the house who Is herd Thursday says there wil be 7C and may be 77 democrats In tho house and 31 in the senate Electric Light Plant In Jackson Jackson Ky Nov Jackson has risen at last to tho dignity of a city sae new electric light plant Is com pleted and Thursday the electric lights wero turned on Illuminating the feud town to Its inmost recesses At tho election Tuesday the proposition to bond the town for street Improvements war carried there being but one vote against It Newcombs Close Call Louisville Ky Nov GHerman ft Sewcomh the leading candidate for the speaker fli Ip of the house of representa lives had a close race for reelection as representative Tuesday Thursday night County Cerk W Jt Semonln and David Dalnl Mr Newcombs attorney announced that the face of the returns show a plurality of 53 for Mr New comb Kentucky Heirs Ashland Ky Nov Galtcr Vat king of Paducah was here on his way to Philadelphia where he goes In the Interest of an estate to which he and hU brother Arthur Watkins of the city say they are heirs The property Is In the heart of Philadelphia and Is valued at 150000000 Yearlings Shipped to Memphis Lexington Ky Nov GSlxteeu head of yearling thoroughbred colte tho property of E U Bradley of this city were shipped to Memphis Thursday to be put In winter quarters and they will be given an early training A number of good looking one am In the bunch Gov Beckham to Take a Vzcatlon Louisville Ky Nov 6Gov Beck ham In said to have made preparations to tako a vacation when the leglslatuio adjourns next March He intends c make n trip to Yellowstone Park accompanied by Mrs Beckham and prob ably other members of the family Bankers Daughter Weds Mlllersburg Ky Nov GEdwln H- Potion a wealthy wholesale grocer of Memphis Tenn and Mrs Lucy Allen Howard daughter of J G Allen presi dent of the bank here were married Thursday and left for New York They will spend two months In Europe Suicide of a Murderer Georgetown Ky Nov GJlm Bent ty a Negro living In Boston a colored suburb shot and killed a Negro woman named Lucinda Washington Thursday morning On being closely pur ued by Officer William Vaughn Boat ty snot hlmsulf dying Instantly Stabbed His Elder Brother Owlngavlllc Ky Nov GIn Jcffer onvlllc Montgomery county Alonzo and Noble Willoughby aged 40 and 20 ought over a division of a cornfield Noble It Is charged drew a knife anrt attacked his elder brother lulllctlns perhaps fatal wounds Bank Opened With Prayer and Speech Carlisle Ky Nov GThe Moore field Deposit bank was opened there hnrsdny The exercises were opnn ell with prayer by Elder IL It Templo roan after which speeches were made y W H Howe president of tho bank and others McClellan Richardson Injured Nlcholasvllle Ky Nov 6McCiel land Richardson brother of Dora Jrock former chlldwlfo of the late C M Clay of Richmond was severely wt Thursday night while repairing machinery In a lumber mill He may recover Christian Senf Paroled Frankfort Ky Nov GTho state prison commission Thursday paroled Christian Senf of Louisville serving twoyear sentence for embezzling shout 5000 whlla an employe of the Jig Four railroad Explosion In a Coal Nine london Ky Nov 6ln an explo lon Thursday In the coal mines at IttshurK Ky Steward Baxter 16 was tilled anti Dill Patterson 14 lost tie tight of both eyes THE COMING CONGRESS Cuban Treaty Will Be Consid eyed at the Extra Session The Members of the House of Repro sentatlves and Some of the Sena tors Take An Entirely Differ ent View of the Matter Washington Nov GDoth branches of the congress In extraordinary session will meet and organize next Mon day at noon An adjournment will then be taken until Tuesday when the presidents message will be read Pres- Ident Roosevelt will send the list ot federal appointments he has math since tho adjournment ot the last con gross to the senate on Tuesday next Both houses of congress are to be left entirely free to organize on the first day of the session There were some Interesting devel opmenU Thursday an to the method ol congressional proceedure on the Cu ban reciprocity treaty That treaty was amended by the senate adding tht words This treaty shall not take effect until same shall have been approved by the congress It has been generally supposed that a joint resolution or a bill approving the treaty would ijo all that was neces nary but members of the house and some senators take an entirely differ ent view They say that a bill must be passed reducing the duty on the products of Cuba and that every pro Vision affecting duties must be enacted In the legislation Representative Tawney Minn who was leader of the republican ml norlty that opposed the reciprocity bill In the last congress said Thursday that the provision requiring congres slonal approval when inserted In the treaty was known by him to be defec tits and open to constitutional objec tlons The treaty of 1854 with Great Britain for reciprocity with Canada and tho reciprocity treaty of 1878 with Hawaii he added froth contained a provision at the very beginning stat Ing that when suitable legislation was enacted by congress to carry out the provisions of the treaties then the president should Issue a proclamation announcing the fact and the treaty thereupon should become effective Both these treaties were followed by legislation In the form of a bill reciting the articles that were to be admitted duty free Mr Tawney contends that to approve the treaty by a simple res olution would be void and asserts that the sugar provision of the treaty Is nothing more than a pledge of the good faith of the government that the duties on sugar shall not be changed dur ing the life of the treaty Any tariff bill he contends can abrogate the provision of the treaty or the treaty It selfThe finance committee which meets Friday will take up the subject of the form of legislation necessary to carry the treaty Into effect Generally tho senators believe that a simple reso tuition of approval will be all that Is necessary but some senators notably Senator Teller Col think that If ap proval Is attempted In any such form It will raise a constitutional question which will cause a long debate In tho senateWashington Nov GThe president has appointed Judge Daniel T Wright of Cincinnati to be Judge of the su preme court of the District of Colum bla Wright Is 39 years of age ADOLPH FEIN SENTENCED He Was Convicted of Aiding and Abet ting Naturalization Frauds St Louis Nov GThe case of Adolph Fein former secretary of tho Hebrew branch of the Jefferson clnb a political organization ended lato Thursday after three days of trial In the United States district court on charges of aiding and abetting In naturalization frauds and Fein was sen tenced to five years In the penitentiary and fined 1000 After the adjournment of court Mrs Fein severely pummeled Abram Got tesman a witness as ho emerged from tho court room It was with difficulty that friends succeeded In dragging Got tesman away EMIGRATING TO CANADA During the Last Ten Months of the Calendar Year 121115 Arrived Ottawa Ont Nov IiA return ptv en out by the Interior department Thursday shows that during the ten months of the calendar year ending October 30 121115 Immigrants had ar Ived In Canada Of these 39040 were from the United States 47341 from the British Isles and 34528 from the continent of Europe Combat on the Brazilian Frontier Montevideo Urusasy Nov GA serious combat has taken place on thq Irazlllan frontier between the Uru uayan police and Brazilians Several persons were killed and a number wounded Tho Uruguayan police ar resting a man named Gentll Gomez at Riviera caused the trouble No Good Roads Legislation Washington Nov GAfter scens resident Roosevelt W II Moore president ot the National Good Roads association stated that no serious ef torts would bo made at tic coming session of congress to secure federal good roads legislation The Garrisons In the Philippines Washington Nov GIleut Gen Young has decided that khe garrison In tho Philippines for tho present BhouV remain at four regiments of cavah y end nine of Infantry No further ro luctlons will ba math at present 1 ClumbcrUm Coagh Remedy U pleamat to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it qUite pleasant to tab Mr W L Roderick of Poolesviilo Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say it t the best preparation of the kind 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 000Surplus JourWe solicit patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier iICured or IUe after I0ytjr Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanentlyInvaluableforcuta burns bruises sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the package all others are cheap worthless counter feits Sold by East End Drug Co uu 0 r We promptly obtain U a and Foroljni Itreere A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E FennerMarion Indl who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of rem edies to no avail until I used One Min ute Cough Cure Four bottlesof this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cold strengthened my lunge and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are ths specialties of Williams shop Agency for H ft L Uuitdry Take nil your troubles to hits Work guaranteed SATIIFiFAMOUS RISERS LITTLE MILS For quick relief from BIMoiwnow Sick Headache Torpid liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria Ing from an tractive or jluftUh kKer DeWllfs LUri Early Risers sse un ac4 prompt lid nntt jrlp They are 30 dainty that It Is a pJeasuia take them pro to tag act as a mild UtiUve iwo or lout act as a pleasant mnd lleotlve cathutlc They are Fusty vegetable and absolutely hwmVju They tonlo the Liver tU8 DZALZI IBf HT fro nexus st K CDWtttCoCitcade THE CITIZEN I ffilHHIWHIIlIHHH+I I I 11 I H 11 + I H 311tIHH tBerea and Vicinity i fL GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HJl Halllilltonyou it known through the classified ad column of THE CITIZEN Stanley Frost came Saturday for a short vacation Stanley now has a lucrative position as reporter on the Now York Times James A Todd who bought the W P Anderson farm on White Lick t Garrard county some six weeks ago paying for it SSGOO has just sold it to Adrian Metcalf for 9500 The lecture by Dr Geo A Hubbell Saturday night was wellattended and highly praised The receipts about z1O will be sent to South America for the support of Bereaa missionary Miss Hallie Embree Mrs J W Stephens who has been seriously ill with ear trouble for over two weeks is now improving It was t at first feared that her hearing would r be permanently affected but it is now thought that such will not be the case Arthur S Worthen of Boston Mass is here this week overseeing the installing of the heating apparatus in the new Mens Industrial Building M J McKinney of Wellington 0 is the foreman directly in charge of the work 10Mrs W H Porter was called tot Houston Texas Saturday on account of the serious illness of her mother who took sick while there on a visit to Mrs Porters sister Mr Porter accompanied Mrs Porter as far as LouisvilleMrs B Hamilton and Mrs Ella M Platt of Waterbury Conn are here for a two weeks visit They are staying at Clover Bottom Cottage where for the time being Mrs Geo Hoffman presides over the kitchen and diningroom Mr Louis Lester was quietly mar ried Wednesday morning to Miss Nora Kinney at the home of the bride in Corbin Ky They came here on the noon train yesterday and for the present will make there home here They have the best wishes of a host of friends The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church wish to extend an invitation to all their friends in Berea to attend a Poverty Social at the Baptist church Friday night Nov 13 1903 Bring your pennies and help to buy a carpet for the pulpit UK fyncs wiLl Ji smALl The season for bird hunting does not open in Kentucky until Nov 16th 1Rnd anyone who hunts before that I date is doing so illegally No real I sportsman will be guilty of violating the game laws and it is the duty of sportsmen and everybody else to see that all violators are punished Rev A P Smith is much pleased with his new charge atScience Hill and the people appreciate their pastor if we are to judge from the large and pleasant donation party with which they surprised him and his wife recently and of which Mr Smith has written a graphic description to THE CITIZENMr M Reynolds came home from Hamilton O last week to Vote and to visit his wife and children John and Lizzie who have been here since school opened By his sober in dustry and faithfulness to duty Mr Reynolds has worked up from an insignificant position with a large paper mill at Hamilton to the responsible position of head blacksmith in the shop connected with the mill The present editor and owner of the PANTAORAFII was editor and owner of the Mt Vernon Signal when Mr W II Bower now L N agent at Berea was connected with it as fore man He proved himself to be in gentlemanly4tevery promotion ho has received in the service of the L NRichmond t Pantograph W D Burdette left Monday for his home in Plymouth Illinois after a three weeks visit withhia numerous relatives here among them being M B Ramsay Josiah Burdette W H Robe and Mrs Wm Burdette Fifty years ago Mr Burdette was a resident of Rockcastle county but went to Il Subsetthe civil war and had the misfortune to be imprisoned in Andersonville prison for a period of seven months His cousin Vm Burdette was there rr 1 didIMr Burdette returned to Kentucky not knowing whether he would find any relatives here or not but he was rejoiced at finding a goodly number In the issue of Tue CITIZEN pub lished two weeks ago there appeared an extract from a letter received from a Berea graduate now studying at a prominent University In this extract the writer laments the immorality and intemperance to be found on tho College grounds and with the apparent sanction of the authorities the Uni versity is contrasted with Berea much to the disparagement of the former Many readers of THE CITIZEN know that a number of Berea students are now at Yale University and some may suppose that Yalb was the institution referred to in the extract mentioned above Such is not the case There is not a corridor or room in the Yale buildings into which a man would hesitate to take his mother or sister on the contrary this is a very common custom The members of the Yale football squad are a zealous lot yet many of them are staunch supporters of the religious life of the University The Yale faculty like the Beren fac ulty has among its members fine specimens of Christian manhood In deed there is considerable similarity between the Yale spirit and Berea IdeasA Berea graduate at Yale JIMIHH + +H+ H I I + I College Items HERE AND THERE HHHH I MM 11 IMHM Miss Grace McClelland is forced to use crutches owing to a sprained ankleMiss Alice D McKee Class of 03 has entered the School at Albany N Y and will fit herself for the po sition of Librarian Her address is 103 Delaware Ave By telegram yesferday the St Xavier foot ball team cancelled the game with Berea scheduled for to day at Cincinnati The boys are very much disappointed as they felt sure of winning James M Brown attended the fourth district Christian Endeavor convention in session at Carlisle Ky from Friday until Sunday night as delegate from the local society He reports a good convention- Dr and Mrs W E Barton of Oak Park mwere Berea visitors over Sunday Dr Barton preached an exceedingly helpful sermon at the Parish House Sunday morning and delivered the lecture before the stu dents on monday morning where he was listened to attentively- A call meeting of the trustees of Bearea College was held Tuesday at the Grand Hotel Cincinnati 0 Pres ident Frost attending accompanied by Dr Barton of Oak Park 111 T J Osborne Joshia Burdette andS G Hanson were also in attendance from Berea A Mammoth Holiday IfSUB The December Delineator Christ mas number represents the high water mark of beauty and utility and possibly of circulation also in a womans magazine having a first edition of more than a million copies It contains 240 pages To produce this mammoth edition 728 tons of paper and 49 presses working 25 days were required In addition to exquis ite color work clever fiction and strikingly illustrated articles the number includes a charming display of charm ingwinter fashions covering fortytwo pages letters from the foreign fashion centres and illustrated articles on the fashionable fabrics and trimmings millinery etc Election Notes Jackson Breathitt county has new electric light plant The unofficial vote with 108 pro incts missing gives Beckham 28599 majority over Belknap Harlan county gave Belknap 1691 majority The Eleventh district with 39 precincts to hear from gave Belknap 5553 majority The returns indicate that the con stitutional amendment has been adop ted SEEKING RATIFICATION Cuban Reciprocity Considered In Presidents Message URGES APPROVAL OF THE REATV Koosevclt lrclnrr That Failure h Roast Nrr tr I I Kl lntloii Toward Cuba Would He n lircarh of 1lrilgril Kullli of the Nation Niys Kronuiulc Policy Itniulrrs Its Adoption Washington Nov 10Both houses of congress received the special rues sage of the president requesting the enactment of tho necessary legislation to make operative tho treaty of th United States with Cuba providing for reciprocity The president states that a failure to ratify tho treaty would como perilously near n repudiation of tho pledged faith of the nation The text of the messago Is nn tol Senate and House of Uepre scntatlves I have convened the congress that It may consider the legislation necessary to put Into operation the com mercial treaty with Cuba which was ratified by time senate at Its last session and subsequently by the Cuban government I deem such legislation demanded not only by our Interest but by our honor Wo can not with pro Inlet abandon the course upon which we have so wisely embarked When the acceptance of the Platt amend ment was required from Cuba by the action of the congress of the United States this government thereby lIen nitely committed Itself to the policy of treating Cuba as occupying n unique position as regards this country It was provided that when tho Island became a free and Independent republic she should stand In such close rela tlons with us as In certain respects to como within our system of Inter national policy and It necessarily tot lowed that she must also to a certain degree become Included within the lines of our economic policy Military and Economic Situated as Cuba Is It would not be possible for this country to permit the strategic abuse of the plan by any for sign military power It Is for this reason that certain limitations have been Imposed upon her financial pol icy and that naval stations have been conceded by her to the United States The negotiations as to the details of these naval stations are on the eve of completion They are so situated as to prevent any Idea that there Is the intention ever to use them against Cuba or otherwise than for the protection of Cuba from the assaults of foreign foes and for the better safe guarding of American Interests In the waters south of us These Interests have been largely Increased by the consequences of the war with Spain and will bo still fur ther Increased by the building of tho Isthmian canal They aro both mill tary and economic Tho granting to us by Cuba of the several naval sta tions above alluded to Is of the utmost Importance from a military stand point and Is proof of the good faith with which Cuba Is treating us Cuba has made great progress since her In dependence was established Sho has advanced steadily In every way She already stands high among her sister republics of the new world She Is loyally observing her obligations to us and sho Is entitled to like treat ment by us The treaty submitted to you for ap proval secures to Uio United States economic advantages as great as those given to Cuba Not an American In terest Is sacrificed By the treaty a largo Cuban market Is secured to our producers It Is a market which lies at our doors which Is already largo which Is capable of great expansion and which Is especially Important to the development of our export trade It would be Indeed shortsighted for us to refuse to take advantage of such opportunity and to force Cuba Into making arrangements with other countries to our disadvantage Guaranty of Good Faith This reciprocity treaty stands by itself It Is demanded on considera tlon of broad national policy as well AS by our economic Interest It will do harm to no Industry It will bon cflt many Industries It Is In the In terest of our people as a whole both ecausa of Its Importance from the broad standpoint of international pol icy and because economically It Inti mately concerns us to develop and se cure the rich Cuban market for our farmers artisana merchants and man ufacturers Finally It Is desirable as a guaranty of the good faith pf our nation towards her young sister repub lie to the south whoso welfare must ever be closely bound with ours Wo gave her liberty We are unit to her by the memories of the blood and tile courage of our soldiers who fought for her in war by the memories of the wisdom and Integrity of our ad ministrators who saved her in peace find who started her so well on tho difficult path of self government We trust help her onward and upward and In helping tier we shall help our selves The foregoing considerations cans ed the negotiation of the treaty with Cuba and Its ratification by the sen ate They now with equal force support tho legislation by the congress which by the terms of tho treaty Is necessary to render it operative A failure to enact such legislation would come perilously near a repudiation of the pledged faith of the nation I transmit herewith tho treaty as amended by the senate and ratified by the Cuban government TIIKKK KIMKI Vrrnkliig Cable Precipitates Car liottotn of Minn Charleston W Va Nov 10Threo men wero killed outright and two fatally Injured by the breaking of a cable on nn Incline nt the mines of time Olen Ferris mining company at Ki nnwha Falls The dead John Wl llnmson Frank Walker Joseph Flint Injured George Gibson Henry WIl- son Tho men were employed as miners and were ascending the Incline In an empty car when tho cable broke precipitating mho vehicle nnd Its occi pants to tho bottom crushing them n terrible manner Died After Initiation Baltimore Mil Nov DThe police are Investigating the cause of tho oldea student In the dental department of the University of Maryland whose lifeless body was found In Ida room at his boarding house Lila roommate ICplirlam Stone 23 years of age was lying unconscious beside tho bud Ioews from Silesia Germany arum Stone halls from Cape Town South Africa 1011 It is said has relatives In New York city Ills body Is at the morgue It Is said that tho men were Initiated last week Into the Ihlp Psl Chi a college fraternity oK which many of the students at the university aro members Prom bruises on tin bodies of the two mon It would seem that they had been roughly handled whether from the initiation or othor wise Is not known Extensive Swindle Charge Lynn Mass Nov 9HImnt Is bo paved to be an extensive swindle was brought to light by the police horo William S Wells 4G years of ago Is under arrest charged with printing lottery tickets and also larceny and with obtaining money under false pro tenses The police claim that countor felt tickets of several lotteries have been rent from here to nil parts ol the country Wells made a partial confession In which he Implicated a man In Dayton 0 as being tho head of the plan and a Now York man way named as being the active manager Tho police refused to give time names of these two men but have IPUnJ- tbe Now York and Dayton police of Wells arrest and confession Hobson Loses Medal Now York Nov 10 Captain Rob mond Pearson Holmon app artl In the Jefferson Market polir court to apply for n search warrant for a house In West Thirtyeighth street which Is a sanitarium He told Magistrate Mayo that his sister Margaret Hob son who has been attending an older sister there who In suffering from nervous prostration lost a purse con taming JGS and n gold modal studded with 38 diamonds worth 1000 Cap tale Hobso said this medal was pre sented to Mm by n southern society and ho primed It highly The rands trate Issued three summonses for tho manager of tho sanitarium and two colored servants to appear In court Wednesday Panama Committee Sails Colon Nov 10Dr Manuel Ama dor minister of finance anti Frodcrlco Boyd a member of the junta have been appointed by tho provisional government a committee to go to Wash ington and arrange with the United States for canal anti other necessary treaties Thor sailed on tho steamer City of Washington It Is said that tho commissioners will endeavor to have amendments made to Article S of the HayHerran canal treaty and to eliminate Article 12 In order that the entire territory of time republic mav bo free to the commerce of tho world to which the commissariat stipulations of Article 12 are considered as preju dicial Child Tralnwreekers Wllkc barre Pa Nov 9Time youngest tralnwreckers ever arrested arc awaiting the action or the grand Jury of Wyoming county They arc Ernest Carl aged 7 yearn and Harry Feldman aged They tried to wreck the Ichlgh Valley express to row York because they longed to see what a wrecked train looked like They fastened several boards to tho rails by wires The crew of a train on an ad joining track saw tho obstruction and removed it later tho boys were ar rested and confessed To Reclaim Swamp Land Knoxville Tenn Nov 10Flv thousand acres of Dismal Swamp land near Norfolk Va are to bo reclaimed by a land company composed of Ohio men John D Lewis of Sam erset Ky who has accepted the peal tlon of agricultural foreman of tho company passed through Knoxvlllo on route to Norfolk Lewis says the land was bought originally for its timber put since It has been cleared it has peon found to bo very fertile hundreds Pf men aro to bo put to work Bickhami Plurality Louisville Ky Nov DWith two precincts missing Governor Deck hams plurality is 26513 Complete returns will probably cut tho plurality to 25000 as the entire vote of one Ho publican county Martin Is missing Panama Republic Recognized Washington Nov 7The president has recognized the provisional government of the llcpubllca of Panama and instructions havo been cabled the American consuls on the Isthmus and to Minister Bcaupro at Bogota Russia and Japan Berljn Nov 9 Tho negotiations between Russia and Japan havo so far advanced that the announcement of a settlement may be expected span Vessels Driven Ashore BL Johns N F Nov 14A gate i has been raging along the seaboard tor the last two days and several yes sets have been driven sabers i Tim heel llnlmiiit Chamberlains Faiii Balm is con sidered tho best linimont on the mar ket writes Post f Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will honl a cut or bruise HO promptly No other allbrds such quick rolief from rheu matic pains No othor is HO valuable for deep seated pains like lame back nnd pains in tho chest Oho this liniment n trial and you will never wish to ba without it Sold by S K Welch Jr PrniFiEs Ihon- oI Night A Hrlontlllc l lico ery Kodol Dynporsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly dis ordered or overloaded Kodol Dys pepsia Cure supplies time natural juices of digestion and dow tho work of time stomach relaxing the nervous tension while tho in II n mod inunoloH of that organ lUll allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and tumbles the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich rwl blood Sold by East Etui Drug Co o4 o4 o oI o IO Fo +OO + +OlO + o3 o+o +OOIo +04 oloIo +o t o4o4 o + I EVERYBODY I o + I WEARS I o + f SHOES I h + so why not wear good shoos when wo sell you 1- o I 0 g GOOD UPTODATE SHOES 1 tit1 just as cheap as other people soil you inferior ones i We are leaders for style wear anti comfort and you cant miss it if you buy from us 1Anything and everything you want in mens furnUhingn and f 1can please you in style and price f o Call in and look over our various linos so you can ba convinced 1 0oursfor business Crutcher Tribble o 0 0 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 0j1 o4 o9 o4 o +o4 o4 o4 od o4 o4 010 +o + Fo +o+o +o +o +o + 0o4 o +o4 o +o +o n DR FENNERS Kidney Backache ALSO TUB IiiOon All of the bladder sad urinary organs Alto heat diaue rhoumatiim gravel dropsy female Cure I Dont become discouraged there is a cure for you If nrcpnurr write Ir IVnnrr He hap spent a lifetime rurlnc justurlseasr U jriurv All consultation ire FREE- I had Buffered for ft long time and for three weeks waj down In btsi unable to more without great pain because of pain In my back which tcreral doctor pronounced They failed to give me any relief A ample tattle of Dr Fencers Kidney and Cure relieved me I brought and wed two more bottle and wa completely cured rnr occupation as a dyer we to be mush sleet water and often my becomes damp or very wet I have suffered return of the trouble nor any signs of rheum tUra Yours truly FRED 213 N St Muncie Ind told by Me soil tl Auk for Dr iVnnrr Almanac or Vok UlkJIt4I 01Ii+0010 +oq o4 o4 od o4 o4 o +001000010 +o +o4o +o4 o +o +o+o +0+ o4 o i Get your BULBS t t Jo Longo Crocuses NarcissusLhinoao Lily t Flowers Palms Fernsf 3 o o Richmond Greenhouses f mchmond R Kontuokyt11 o4 o +o4 o4 o4 o4 0100 +o +o +o4 o +o +o +o +010010 +o +o +o +o +o + j HHIHHMHM II MI Mi HHHH1HH IIEtI I1111 If its from CRUTCHER i EVANS ITS GOOD I t111HM1II JHMHHHH II II HJrHtHHHWH A full line of FUHNITUKH always on hand We invito our Berea to make themselves at home at JOPMNH old stand when in Richmond CAKPETB nud MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 Phone 47 66 DtMue kidney backache lumbago whatever Ilackacbe greatly though requires clothing IIKAKDT Klbrlcht DruggUtn 1 Sacred Cut Aleat 01010 friends Phone ditcher Evans Richmond U Buy Fresh Groceries f Our line of Groceries is always fresh Wo always keep t a nice line of Fruits amid Vegotablc t Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from llSc to Ilc per Pound Once used always h 4t use- dBread V is the Staff ofLife Get a loaf of Mothers Broad or a sack of Snow on the Mountain Flour Delivery m until from P P 1nRLiSTON SCall 83 I I THE BROWNLOW BILL UuariUBitmtii ut Corrrniiirnt Vrll ril nut n 1nlrnt blerntelrtu Ltirul Afllou lie objection tbat but berg urge a alimj thl appropriation of money by the tiovcrnnieut to aid In road buI din g Is that the members of conjUMs would rtiKKf in such turmoil and unheeinly utrlfca an ne now witnessed In tecurlng Mproprlatlone tor rivers and harbor This could nut bo the case under tbe Urownlow hlll fur It provides that no state shall ncel In aid of road con trucllon oil of any mousy appropri ated for tint purpose a water propor lion of the total amount appropriated than iioiulatlon brats to the total population cf the United State Tall luntrote If 120000000 should be appro jiroprlatnl Vjutnchuiett would rfcelve approximately 735000 Alabama 497 CII Tennuer 524000 Michigan fCMOOO and Maryland 311000 However much work may be done by ether of thcre states It could not re ceive more titan Its proportion of the mount appropriated Nor could any community lu the trvrral tales com plain of another for trying to eerure the premium offered by tho government In taking prompt and effecthe action In raiting local funds to meet the require manta of the government it would be a contest pot between stLtct but be tween different counties of the Mime Mate or between lilfferrnt subdivisions of tovrrifehlpi but tilt bill makes It Im l OMlbc that thtro could be contests be alro at to thtmIIj Application appropri made by the cfllcuri having lipurItdlcllou of the public roads In an or or district to the direr tnr of the burwu of public roads for 10 operation lu the Minttmrtlon of a pub lic highway After the application U made with the required resolution the director of the bureau of public road taunt have the route InvritlKnted to de termine whether such a proposed roar would be cf ttifflrlent Importance to rrctlvc national aid If It ihould be ap 11frlthaUoaand iptclflration made thr width of the road determined tcgothcr with an mtlmatc of Itucwrt A wond application with ntolutlon Is then made by the local authorities and filed with the director In which auur once II given that turh road or a section thcncf that IM constructed according to the provlnlnn of tbe act The dl rector then adv rtltcs for bids for the etmntrurtlon of tbe rod and the con reiponfe state or county or subdivision The dl rector may ihm lsstm hit warrant on treasurer ct the Cnltrt States but IIthe warrant i aH not ti In encesn of g rent of 12t work performed and casTS Use government shall hold bark JI 20 per cent fcirUl the rntlrn work bill ffil Inllltd To anyone who rill study closely tit e t provlnlons ot the TJrownlow bill It will be apparent that the Interest of the government 1avebeen well protected In every particular The value of tbo bill ill the bewflcent Influence It will exert 3upon local action Experience lias shown that tfomftlilng U necessary to stimulate local effort 9n the matter of conttrleH show that no Rood ixrmanent free roads have re i been ibulll by local as wwment or tmtntlon SIMPLE GRADE LINE With tin 1pp51crttn It iriulr of An y Dr lrrU rail in Ar ltd fir It Ctblbltdtd To tctabllkh the emdo of ditches and drains take a wcllHcosoDed utraight pine unntllnR and use It for the base of a triangular frame The bate a ti should be one rod long the upright side a c Is formed of twc light strips BO that a plumb line may hung between ibcm euepindod tram J1KLIAULB OHADE lilKE Iplt the point upon the bate at which th plumb hangs It will alwayv hang t mark when a b Is level but nut IIthllNow to test whether n ditch Is level dotethe frame upright In tin hot rauD ditch and If the bob cornea to the mtrk tbe ditch la level at that place To establish a grade of any il tfibd fall to the rodany tour Inch rs U the rod tack a block of wood I to tile under side of a b and when the tub come to the mark the base will bo Jevel and the ditch will have a Jail equal to tbd thickness of tbe block C L fcmltb In Farm and Home Early IB the fall as soon an the leafes fall Is the best time to make rntlfnes of grape currant eooEet rry And rose i DIFFICULT CHURNINO Krrplnir HIP Milk Vnrm Will Solve w Iriililrni Thnl Han Vexd turf llullrruiuberk looking over farm papers during cold weather qre frsquently ieea something like this What Is the matter with my butter I have churned mod churned and It wont come Or I churned all one day and part of another and then did not get butter We have salted the cows and changed their feed but It makes no difference I have Solved the problem to my own satisfaction Keep the milk warm not only the cream but the mill also from the time It leaves tho row tin ill It Is churned As soon as strained we yet It on the stove until the surface Is wrinkled then set In a warm place until the cream rites Unless the weather Is bitterly cold tbe pantry Is generally warn enough I have It very cold reheated the mill toy In 12 inure nnd It hastened the cream rls ins nut If you have not a warm place to keep your milk set about It Immo dlately to construct one If nothing more than a few shelves behind the stove One woman tool the drawers Iron n large oldfashioned wash stand put In shelves hung a curtain In front brought It to tIstove set her milk Inside and had no more trouble nil winter When the cream Is ready skim It silrrlni well every time any Is added and ours n day net tho cream In warm water and my word for It you will get good butter and quickly I Itnaglno have arrived at so advanced a point In winter buttermaking that I run tell by the looks of the cream whether It will churn or not Scald the churn well and have the cream at about C5 degrees In winter and It should come In from 20 to 30 minutes Cream from Jersey cows Is apt to be harder In churn than from ordinary cows Ohio Farmer STRONG COW HALTER Vrrr Mlllr Prnrllrr Will tlnkr Oaw iunillUr MiHiuitli In fir II Illlll Ml T Take a rope of deilrtd size and length as Fig and bend two loops as at A and U Now lay what will bo tho hailer In B so tile long part bo toward F Fig 3i and tic tho loop at II so F ran illp entity through the loop either way The rope from A to B Is to go over the- qy1- a n 2 e 0 x ICJ e HOrB COW HALTKH nose Now take the rope at D to go over the top of the bead and lay It lathe loop at A FIR 2 and tfUthat loop 0so tbe roN U E F can wor freely la- n D To use Draw K from F so as to have It largo enough to let D be cal ly put over top of head C over note and pullIngwanted A very little practice will make one familiar enough to successfully usa It With care tbe same halter will work on cult calf horse or cowJ Will Sud 1uth In Epltomlst ORCHARD COVER CROPS To Find tin lint Fvry Fruit Gro Will lime to Iln lulU IkprrlutrrUat In selecting a rover crop the grow er must have a crop that grows quick ly covering the ground completely one whlrh Is reasonably sure to catch one year with another and If possible one which will arid something to tho soil which will aid trwj growth The crops can be sown In a dry season o- tto year tho clovers not to bo con Bleared very seriously as they are often uncertain of germination unit Blow of growth Aboro all whether In orchard or nurse y plow the crop un der early and then cultivate Preserve all the moisture possible by a dust mulch to help In time of drought Do not depend on any one crop have strings to your haw and If one rollI use tho other till tho first one Is paired There Is no one crop that rll1 uniformly sneered In all seasons and localities and each one will need to do some experimenting for himself to determine Just what Is best for his needs Farmers can do special work along thin linn to find out what crop will add the needed ImmtH and tree growing matter to their nol while the average nurseryman or orcKardlst has not tho facllltJes nor the time to ex periment and so doturmlno what Is lacking on each customers farm r Agricultural Kpltomlrt It err Inle from milt Within a few years French Inven halo been frequently made but tho results have nut before been entire sails factory It Is declared that this Iml tntlon ivory Is being urcd us backs for hair brushes napkin rings combs tops for walking sticks and so forth The Ivory Is made by rourcrtlns the casein In true milk Into what Is known as Itutlte and the variety ot uses to wrfch this can be put ore Innumerable It Is claimed that the furniture makers are using It as u veneer for furniture and that even potters are using It for glazing Tho head of the industry Is Lolret France In planting an orchard remember that the roots extend farther than tbs branches and need word room THE SUNDAY SCHOO- LLean In III Inl rnntl nnl rrlt fur Suenshr IB limit lint lit Truat In sod The lesson Text Psnlra 23 lI 231 2 Jehovah Is my ship herd For hundred of years the Hebrews had been a shepherd nation They knew as we cannot know the richness and beauty of thin thought of Jehovah MI a shepherd In trying to re alize what the Syrian shepherd was to the sheep we must remember that the Syrian pastures are not like ours but vast stretches of halt barren land In which streams are few and often dry and which are Infested with wild beaeu and Arab robbers With us sheep are turned out to parture and left to them selves In perfect safety but In the east the shepherd literally lives with his lock and shares their hardship alld dar jrn with them for only so can he provide for them and protect them I shall not want The purfecftrust of one who knows Gods care from experience It dons not say I shall never want any tiling cannot have but rather Whatsoever nod Seep Is belt for ma I know that He will do for He loves me lie maketh me to lie down In green pastures There are beautiful green oases In the most barren desert The Great Shepherd does not abolish the desert but helps us to find and to rut In the ousel It Is when we follow Him must closely that the truest peace Is found He leadeth me There Is a great difference between leading and driving In America we tee sheep driven about by a man who as Henry van Dykr says seems to be little more than a policeman to them The Syrian shepherd leads for In some of the Jlalita- nUre are polxonous weeds and he must bit there flat to remove them he must tiled the pasture with the greatest care and at the parting of tin ways he with his superior wisdom must choose the rljtlit one and because they have grownup with him and have never been disap pointed by him the fclieTp follow him with Implicit faith Sheep have not very much wisdom but they have enough to follow the shepherd and that Is sufficient So we shall not want It only we have wisdom Enough to follow our Shepherd Beside still waters Literally waters of rest Vs 3 4 He restoreth my soul Or restores or refreshes me for the He brow word for life anti sold Is one The must faithful Christians need refresh ing of spirit and those who have wandered Into dangerous and therefore forbidden places need also to be re rtuifd to the safety of the fold Doth meanings are in this expression The paths of righteousness The thought here Is especially of the human flock One would not naturally speak of righteous paths when referring to the sheep To the sheep they are the paths that lead to what Is best for them they are the tame to us Perhaps sometimes our Shepherd leads us over stony ways but He does not do It for Ills own sake nor because He does not know the pain of the bruised and bleeding feet but be cause there is no other way by which He can lead us out Into the better lift that awaits in beyond Hut we do not suffer alone He goes with un and His feet are wounded as well as our own And so we reach the better land through the Mcrlflce and blood of our shepherd ing Saviour The shadow of death Or deep darkness The psalmist has not merely the experience of literal death In mind but all experiences where the darkness Is thick and profound V 1 5 Thou prepared a table before me In the presence of mine en emies The figure seems to chance here to that of a meal at which the ptulmUt thinks of himself as the pro tected guest of Jehovah toes he still has but they cannot harm him It Is possible however as William A Knight has shown that It Is n khepherdpnalra to the very end for In reality the shep herd prepares the pasture for the nook In the midst of all Kinds of dangers and enemies but they graze upon it In perfect security Thou hast anointed my heath with oil A refresh ing courtesy shown to guests In oriental lands or the bathing or anointing of the bruised anti weary sheep as It enters the told at night The shepherd has the horn filled with olive oil and he was cellar tar and he anoints a knee bruised upon the rocks or a side scratched by thorns And here comes one that Is out bruised but is simply worn and ex hausted he bathes Its face and head with the refreshing olive oil and he takes the large lwn handle cup and dips It brimming full from the vestal of water provided for that purpose and hI lets the weary sheep drink There Is nothing liner In the psalm than this Gods rare Is not for the wounded only but for the worn and weary also Ife anotnteth my head with oil my cup run neth over i1 A Knight I shall dwell In the house of Jehovah forever fehovah la my Shepherd His house Is the fold I shall dwell I am dwelling in His safe fold forever A perpetual fellowship Read In connection with this psalm John 10718 and Luke 1517 for Christs use of this same figure PRACTICAL srOCSKSTlOVS messed Is the man who can truly say The Jjurtl Is my shepherd Dlcssed is time man who can say shall nut want The Lords shepherd cAres better titan any bank deposit Blessed is he who Is led by the Good Shepherd Into the midst of green pas lures anti beside refreshing waters Blessed Is tie who In the valley of the shadow of death lias the presence of the Lord to comfort and stay him Blessed is he who even In the midst of enemies feels that he can trust In time Lords care and protection Blessed If he who cau look forward to dwelling forever In the house of the Lord x He who wishes to rise in the world should veil Ills ambition with the furor of humility FACT AID FANCY EUm is adopting Japanese custom European Russia has lees per teat of forest than the United States The French domain In Africa comprises onethird of the surface ot the continentThe exhibit won lint prize In the Japanese international exhibi tion at Osaka A number worth noticing is 142SD7 which when multiplied by iltber of the figures 2 3 and gives the same figures In the same order beginning at a different point The Palais de Costume at the St Louis fair will show the dress cost umes house furnishings and to a cer tain extent the manners of various periods In the history of man A model school for the deaf and the blind will be a feature of tho depart meat of education at the worlds fair HL Louis How the afflicted are taught to read and write will be practically thown for the benefit of vlsltois If the present system of land acts continues five years longer the entlr present public domain of five hundred million acres suitable for settlement will be exhausted The senate committee on public lands urges restricted homestead residence provisions to pre vent monopoly by grazing railroad and other corporation Interests A British expedition has been sent to explore Hudson bay lot the purpose of determining whether a new grain route Is practicable The plan is to Ihp grain from the western portion of Canada to be stored in elevators on Hudson boy and shipped by water during the brief summer season in which navigation is open TUNEFUL AND MELODIOUS L O Emerson the composer of A Life on the Ocean Wave The Ivy Green and other popular songs cele orated his eightythird birthday in floe ton last week- Productions of Grlseldls and Thais by Masbenct Lo Rol 1a DIt by Leo Dellbes and Siberie the new Giordano opera are scheduled for next season at La Scalo Milan The widow of Franz von Suppe has given to the Vienna museum the auto- graphic scores of her husbands oper ettas a number of unpublished pieces Including an overture and a claveun shish Is 300 years old A new Eva In Der Meisterslnger Frau Feuge Glebes ceems to have made little impression at n recent perform ance at Covent garden She Is said to hove an exceedingly light voice which she uses cleverly enough but site was In no way remarkable The celebrated French pianist Francis Plunte when In Geneva went to pay a visit to Paderewskl who was at his plate near by at Morgues In course of their conversation Massenets planq roncerto lntej published which hap pencil to be lying on a table was men tioned They discussed It but a moment theo same Idea occurred to both and they moved toward the two grand pianos for mutual satisfaction Their performance of this latest masterpiece of Mall tenets is said to have been marvelous and emotional In Ms effect to the last degree SUPERSTITIOUS MOTHERS Binding the babys right head letup posed In Home parts of England to se cure It future wealth In the Isle of Man Ills said that if any one walk round or step over a baby It will be dwarfed or wizened A newborn Yorkshire Infant is placed In the arms of u maiden before being touched by anyone else In order tote cure rood luck MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 5 CATTLE Common 12 25 3 25 Heavy steers 4 25 iff 4 75 CAIAES Extra 7 00 ill 7 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 10 H1 5 20 Mixed packers 4 85 G 5 10 SHEEPExtra 3 05 tV 3 1- 5LAMBSExtra 5 15 th 5 25 FLOUR Spring pat 4 60 AT 4 95- WHEATNo 2 red V Mi No 3 winter qj 85 COHN No 2 mixed 4C OATSNo 2 mixed f 3Gi InESo2 01 62 HAYC1 timothy tl12 75 JOIlKClcnr family 13 95 LAUD Steam fl 6 70 UUTTER Ch dairy 12tf Choice creamery 24 APPLES Fancy 250 275 OTATOESPer bbl 2 15 2 25 TOHACCO Now 350 g 300 Old 560 5 65 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 00 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red tl Sty Xo 3 spring j9 qj Slj CORNNo 2 mixed 444 44a OATS No 2 mixed 31- HnNo 2 59 iic 61 JORK Mess 11 50 ffll G2 LAUD Steam S5 01 S7z New York FLOUR Win strts 3 95 4 1V1I1ATNo 2 red jt b5tl CORN No 2 mixed 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 42 RYE Western p Ciys- 1ORK Family 19 60- UVRD Steam i 715 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 83yi CORN No 2 mixed jj 50 OATS No 2 mixed 4 4- 0CATTLESteers 4 50 5 00 110GSWestern 6 30 Loultvllle WHEAT No 2 red ii S- 3conSNo2 mixed 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 38 PORK Mesa 13 00 JARD Steam 7 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red 0 84yj CORNNo mixed 44Yi OATSNo 2 mixed 35 1 Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo Course with agriculture 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ot three 1700 Organ Violin eta len clan ol three 6 00 Stenography Typewriting per term 800- ClauworEin Harmony 300 Vie olllano or Typewriter lbr a day 260 Vii of own I hr a day 200 ton of Uuile Library per term 60 Chemical Laboratory according material end break ebolli lot ttiyilcal and Wlcrotcoplcal Laboratories term hterlalu In dinwlnr per term M 15loraduatlouIM I The Citizen Minio- nSELFPRONOUNCING co1orlID4I Founded Price Only 115 to pay Pottage Mme With Patent Thaab lads for JOets Additional DlloltyClrcait Madison Roller Mills Crushed another Potts ja0 YtAftI TRAOC Masse DESIGNS COPVRIOHT8 Scl sending a sketch and gaattest uctruln our opinion free ae IBTnton It probably ateneb a Cimirnonlo ItoniitrlctlrcnnBttanlUI Uunlbookiiu 1nunlj eeurtngpatanls1atenu tftttalnoHe without charge In th- eScIendfic fltwrican A bandKimdr Illnitrated wecklr t JFIMI ormUtlnn or any scnnllOOJnurnai Tern II a art four tnewdealetts iUNN Co38iBeadaay New Yk- srah OtIIoe a r kwabiW oa a LOUISVILLE NASHVillE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 24 1001 Onloc North Trnln 4 Dally Leave Berea120 a m Arrive Richmond 3 52 a in Arrive Paris 505 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 30 am doing North Teem 8 natlj Leave Borea 12 R5 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 800 p m Going Sooth Train I Dally Leave Berea 111 p m Arrive Llvingston205 p ta- Qulna South Train a Dally pmArriveTrains No 1 and No 5 makA connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 24 Rod No 27 W H MOWER Ticket Agent from now until January 1905 with picture and special numbers I Slt I I 5THECITIZEN I I iHEastern I1 Kentucky HHHKK 1t1EttttIt1ttiI News lIll tIHi 1HHIIMM It I I I II I 11 111 I I H H LEE COUNTY WILLOW SHOAL The election at this place was a lively oneLot Mays was killed last Monday night Nov 2 at Beattyville by a negro The negro claimed to have done it accidentallyW P Treadway left this place laat week for his home in Owsley CountyScott McGuire and wife and Arthur Adams i and wife visited the school at this place recently Spottswoods sawmill was burned one night recently The lore is estimated at f12000 but he is making preparations to put up another very soonB 0 Treadway visited here last week accompanied by H F McHaffey MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Mr Green H Gabbard and wife nee Miss Olga Warner of Clusterland Ohio who were married Nov 2nd are it the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard this week Mr and Mrs Gabbard are now located at Fowlers Mill OMr and Mrs Mack Maupin are rejoicing over the arrival of a boy at their home Oct StBorn- r to Mr and Mrs Lawnie Stow Oct 25 a 10pound girlGeo Carter and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs G E Brock last Sunday Mr Green Gabbard wife and sister were the guests of Mr and Mrs W M Todd SaturdayA prank was played on the Republican teacher at the Es tridge school by some one who leaned several large muddy boards against the school house HICKORY PLAINS Miss Flora Green of Big Hill visit ed her sister Mrs Tom McKeehem t last weekMr Claud Fortune and bride nee Miss Mollie Flieham left Thursday for Hamilton 0 where they will make their future home I 1Miss Lizzie Burdette spent Saturday night with the Misses MaupinWill Adams left Sunday for Hamilton O Mrs Matt Bunge and children of i Villa Grove Ill visited her parents inlaw Mr and Mrs Pitt Benge last week Eldin Bakerof Panola visited SuniJACKSON COUNTY 1ICERIY KNOB f John Simpson is in Cincinnati 1Mrfew daysThe Dearborn saw f mill will be moved about a half mile farther up the creekMr Cash John ston who was elected jailor at tho i last election will move to McKee this week Uncle Daniel Sparks is slowly recovering from injuries received from cowTheklast week came as a surprise He was sick only a few days with pneu monia fever He leaves a wife live ichildren and many other relatives and The infant son of Mr and Mrs Chas Hurte also died last week Mrs Thos Hayes and two little ones of Berea visited friends hero a weekagoMr and Mrs Wm Powell j rhavegone to Whites Station to visit Mrs Powells relatives Miss Ellen Lake will close her school at Pine Grove in less than three weeks She is planning a nice exhibition and t hopes to visit the other schools near by before she and her sisters start to Berea to schoolMrs Hardin Azbill who has been sick so long is improv didNrb t they had planned They expect to go t this week 3ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I Stanley Payne is improving J E I McGuire who wont west has returned and is with the home folks at Davis Branch Robert Croucher who has been sick is no betters T Abney was struck by a falling piece of tim ber while tearing down a house and r j badly hurtThere are some five or vicinityFri bought the Mrs NettieClark farm on Davis Branch for 300 Esquire IJamesReynolds Is no betterJohn iOwens son of G O Owens has re t from Hamilton OMi88II OrlandofdIr Clark will start for Indian Territory j about the 10th instSam Croucher sold his farm to Walk Croucher 150 Spencer Abneys little baby IIfor badly burned by pulling over a J of boiling waterT C Holt l l r 7 has moved into his new houseGeo Thomas has sold out and moved to Laurel CoOo account of the smallpox old Scaffold Cane precinct could give Belknap but 107 majority PERRY COUNTY HOLLIDAY An interesting letter has been reo ceived from W H Holliday who ex pects to return to Berea in time to enter school for the winter term Ho says in partII am Perry county near Holliday P O and am in love with my work There were only 75 pupils in my district but I have en rolled 78 I had a contest with two neighboring schools on Friday Oct 30th which proved to bea great sue cess There wore about 17f people present to hear the contestants The program was a full one beginning at 10 x and lasting until 4 p with only one hour intermission First and second prizes were offered for the best orations and temperance patriotic pathetic and comic recitations The first prizes on the oration patriotic and comic recitations and the second prizes on temperance and patriotic recitations were won by my pupils MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs Lucy Mondy has returned from Dayton where she has been vis iting her son William The funeral of Miss Eliza Green was held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon the Rev Prof Reidofficiating Rev Talbott pastor of the M E church being ill Sunday Prof Reid took charge of his pulpitMiss Amelia Hord and Mr Earnie Stokes were married last Wednesday even ng at the residence of Mrs Emily Clayton Rev O A Nelson performed the ceremony There will be a rally at the Bethel church Sunday Everyone is invited to clmeIr L D Henderson who has been indis posed with rheumatism is much better at this writing Miss Julia Youngwho has been ill for the past week returned to her work Monday morning as teacher in Fifth street school Mrs Lucy Wood while en gaged in her domestic duties last week at her home on Herds Hill fell andsprained her arm- OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARO We are having plenty of rain at present Uncle Colson Duff age 89 years the oldest voter of the Cow Creek voting place was out to cast his vote for the Republican ticket once moreHeury Evans and wife and two of their children from Moores Creek Jackson Co visited relatives at this place recently Mrs McDanielwas with them visiting relativesAunt Rachel Moore of Booneville was here last weekMrs Minter of Booneville is visiting her son R W Minter at this placeA fine game of ball was played on Cow Creek Tues day election day Our team was there and played in the game The election passed off very quietly in this county Owsley gave the Republican ticket a majority of over 800 John F Brewer was elected County Judge W B Gabbard by a majority of lover D G Wilson was elected Sheriff by 200 majority over Wm Harvey James Eversole of Cow Creek loft for Valparaiso Ind Tuesday morn ing to enter College Success to you JamesWe are glad to say that the patrons of our two school districts are making an effort to have new school houses built The contract for the Grassy Branch school building was let out to the lowest bidder for 319 and the school building at this place for 275 We hope that both school houses may be completed by July lOOt ROCKFORO There was preaching at the Clear Creek Baptist Church Saturday and SundayMrs Lillie Martin who has been visiting her daughter in Madison County for the last week has returned homeMr and Mrs T M Ogg and children of Walnut Meadow were on Scaffold Cane SundayHenry Simp son of Wildie and Miss Pearl Ogg of Berea were married Thursday Mrs Addie Burnel and Miss Tilda Cook of Berea were the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Cook Saturday and Su- ndayS L Wren of Boone was on Davis Branch SundayRobort Lutes was in Bores Saturday PUPILS MADE BIG MAP California Students Show Interesting Worlds Fair Exhibit COUNTY DONE IN PAPIER MAOIT One California County Raises a Worlds Fair Fund of 20000 and Devotes 3000 to Showing Her Edu catlonal and Social Advantages Alameda county California will make an exhibit at the World Fair that will be a credit to ninny a state The supurvlRoro of that county hav appropriated about 20000 for the purpose and of this amount 3001 will be used In Installing the educa tlonat exhibit F O Crawford superintendent of schools In Alameda enm ty will have charge of tho exhibit and he will personally conduct the Installation and will remain In chargt iliirliiK the exposition Alameda county Is an Irregularly shaped tract comprising about 1201 square miles being about the size of Rhode Island and with a population of 1COOOO It IB In the extreme west ern part of California and San Fran cisco bay forms parts of Its western boundary The assessed valuation of the property of the county Is 100000 000 and the school fund raised last year was 629000 One of the striking features of Ala meda countys educational exhibit will be a papier mache relief map of the county 14x20 feet made by the pupils of the public schools The map will be carefully compared by the county civil engineer and at the close of tht Fair will bo returned to Oakland the county seat where It will be placed In the rooms of the county surveyor and kept as the official map of the county The map will be Inclined aga fist the wall and every hill and valley will be developed The highest part of tho map will be about 14 Inches above the sea level Every railroad and public road In the county will be shown Every schoolhouse every public build Ing each township and city and vii lage will be shown and a perfect scale maintained The school children will do the actual work of forming the map but the coloring will be left to the county surveyor The site of each schoolhouse will be marked by a small photograph of the school bulldlug that occupies It larger photographs showing the buildings In detail will be contained In books to which those who care to see may have access Another feature of Interest will be the series of reproductions of Alameda county school rooms Mr Craw ford obtained Hoar space In the Educa lion Palace for this exhibit and will build a room 30x40 foot At one time It will bo fitted up to represent the Kindergarten room In a particular AI ameda county school The Identical furniture will be Installed the maps and charts from the walls taken from their places and placed In the Worlds Fair school room In fact It will bo- n perfect reproduction so that one may see exactly what a certain room In Alameda county California Is The furniture and decorations will be changed at Intervals and during the Exposition a type of every school In the county will bo shown Specl mens of the work from all the schools will also be shown In Alameda Is situated the tinker sity of California at Rerkeley the largest In tho state with 3000 stu dents St Marys Catholic College and Mills College for Young Ladies are all Important Institutions and It Is expected that each will make Indi vidual exhibits Alameda county Is proud of her school system The buildings are all uptodate and many of the county schools wore erected at a cost of 15000 to 20000 each WORLDS FAIR NEWS Hiss Mary Pocklnpaugh of Perk Inpaugb Ky Is to exhibit some of her handsome embroidery at the Worlds FairAn Interesting exhibit of cotton Is to he made from Kentucky at the St Louis Exposition It has been gath ered by Judge 11 M Kearby and Clerk S D Luten of the Fulton coun ty court Samples of this product will bo shown from the earliest period to the stage after picking- Exceptionally One specimens of minerals are already reaching the storage warehouse of the Kentucky Exhibit Association in Louisville for the exhibit at St Louis next year Among the shipments received are two barrels of coke from Bell coal from Crittenden county Ky The coal was sent to the Ashland Iron Min ing Co at Ashland and there coked Judge T T Gardner and Editor Tom Pettit of Bardwell have sent in a box containing various minerals from Car lisle county which are being analyzed and assayed at the State College at Lexington Latest Information as to Kentucky Part In the Great Exposition In Kentuckys display of fruit at the St Louis Exposition next year there will probably be sent bunches of grapes grown from the seed which came from the city of Jerusalem and which was supposed to be of the same variety aa those found by the spies of Moses Mr M F Johnson of Louisville received a seed from the grape mentioned it being brought In by a friend from the Holy City and planted it in Louisville soil It grew and bore fruit The grape Is called the Knight Templar and Is a me dtum size reddish color thin skin and sweet BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATESI Attorney Itvnl Will Not ltd urn In Ilrrutlillt County Kcnilng A nal nation KrntuiUy K lltur to tItnt St loiiln IrUmirro lcape Lexington Ky Nov IA FIYII Byrd commonwealth attorney of Urenthltt county who gained n repii tntlon In the prosecution of Curtis Jett and Tliomns White for the Mnrcuin murder confirmed tho rumor Fiat lui hits deckled to remain nwny frail flrcnthltt county during the term r court which begins nt Inclixon Ky Ills action It taken upon the Insistent solicitations of friends and relatives He has not received a warning of n definite plot to take his lire an hu been rumored T P Cole of Jackson has been temporarily aipolnted prosecuting attorney Mr Uyrds term of office will expire Jan lie will then move to Winchester Ky to reside permanently Experts to Visit Falls Cincinnati Nov 10 Loading elec trlclans from all parts of the country are In conference here and will leave for Louisville where they will be joined by government engineers and others In an Inspection of the Ohio river falls It Is proposed to utlllio the falls In the Ohio river at Ixitlsvlllo for power for traction electric light and other plants throughout Indiana Kentucky and Ohio tho same as Is done at Niagara The WcldncrUlklnn syndicate that controls the traction lines In Cincinnati Indianapolis ant other parts of Ohio and Indiana have had experts examining Into the feas ibility of utilizing the Ohio river fall for somo time and they havo reported favorably on the plant The object of tho meeting at Louisville Is to confer with the government engineers before taking the matter up with congress River Steamer Sinks Slstersvllle W Va Nov The steamer II K Bedford sank near tho head of Mill creek rime tour miles south of this city while on her way to Wheeling The boat wandered out of the channel during a denso fog and had a hole smashed In Its hull through contact with a bug rock A gasoline launch from Now Matamoriu camo to the relief of the distressed steamer and conveyed the passengers to the latter town and the freight to the wharfboat bore Tho boat will be raised at onco and taken to the docks at Iarkersburg The Bedford Is owned by Charles Prantz l Son of Marietta Danville Jail Delivery Danville Ky Nov 9W M Row soy and John Henry white prisoners escaped from jail here being assisted by a friend on the outside who sawed the bars Jailer Fitzgerald who was at supper at the time has secured bloodhounds and offers J200 reward for their capture Itowsey was under- a 21year sentence for killing Sam Maston and Henry confined for malic lOlls shooting Itowioy was to have been taken to Frankfort In a few days Old Grudge Wiped Out Jackson Ky Nov LTwo men are dead as the result of a fight on Middle Fork six miles west of Jackson Jacob Spencer called Curtis Irons out of billI house and shot him dead word Samuel Gross the 18yearold son of Curtis Irons sprang out and stabbed Spencer to death the knife puncturing his heart No cause except an old grudge Killed by a Magistrate Howling Green Ky Nov 7Mag titrate Elijah Upton shot and killed Tom Stewart a well todo farmer at Rlcliardsvlllf In this county The shooting was the result of the issuing of a warrant by Squire Upton for Stewarts arrest upon the application of the latters son following a quarrel over politics Kentucky Editors to Meet Louisville Ky Nov 9Tho Ken tucky Press association accepted the Invitation of the Kentucky Exhibit an sedation to hold tho next midsummer meeting at the St Louts exposition It was decided to send a delegation of Kentucky editors to the press par liament to be held In St Louis May 16 Killed In Second Duel Montgomery W Va Nov 9 Km ory Arbough shot and Instantly killed Policeman Robert Evans at Hawks Nest It is said Evans fired three shots at Arbough before the latter fired placing four balls In Evans ab domen This was tho second duel these men have had James Grant Acquitted Hopklnavlllo Ky Nov 9A Jury acquitted James Grant charged with the murder of Harrison Hornby ac cused of having slandered Grants daughter It was tefitlfloa that Han by had threatened to kill Grant Fatal Election Quarrel Danville Ky Nov 4Whlto In an election discussion William Mlddleton aged 20 struck Fountain H Hasty with the butt of a gun Inflicting a ter ruble wound and crushing his skull Hasty will die Kicked to Death Monticello Ky Nov 4 Luther Frogge aged 12 was kicked to death by a horse ho was 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