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IIIIHHHHIIIHJAMES MILTON RACER Editor Iftd Publisher mint at the Posto Qkc at Serea Ay 01 leeonrf ebui mat mautr rHHHHHHIHHHH + II VOL V A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER JU 1903 One dollar a year NO i TAKE NOTICE Winter Term liesniK Wrdnor dny Dccrtnlicr HI Tho College holds TliankflgivinK service iu the Tabernacle nt 10 preaching followed by prniso meet lugand Invitee everybody to attend nUll participate Lot everyone who ill not ungrateful bo there Tho Meuit Industrial Building will bo opened by public exercises Friday night Doc 4 and Saturday morning All Bro invited to attend thono oxer ciao and look nt this iinmouee build lug and its fine outfit of machinery FROM THE WIDE WORLD The United State Bballlotihip Maine arrived at Colon IttthmuB of Panama also tho U S cruiser Mayflower Christian Denmark celebrat 11lnKfortieth anniversary of his ac to tho throne on Saturday The third annual report of Gover nor hunt of Porto Rico gives a very encouraging account of the progress of the Island- Armenians In Pittnburg havo been advised of tho niatuiacro in Asia Minor of two bands of Armenians by Turk isle soldiers Tho United Statra Minister to Li herds has reported to Secretary Hay that twenty out of fiftysix negroes whocllmu to Liberia are dead and the runt are dependent on charity The United States is seeking to have tho port of Wiju Korea opened I and n warship with Minister Allen on board Is about ready to leave Yokohama for Wiju on that mission Heavy lighting is in progress at San Domingo Tho insurgents are attack lug the city from three sides Thu cruiser Baltimore has arrived to pro tect American interests IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Christian Scientists dedicated their milliondollar temple at Boston Sun day Rolliu C Parvin of Evansville Intl has sold a silver dollar of the 1601 mintage to 11 G Brown of Portland Ore for SOO- OlroIdont Hoosnvolt has sent the appointment of Leonard B Wood to IM Major General of the Army to tho Senate for ratification Three fireman were killed three others badly injured and property worth many thousands of dollars do stroyed by fire at Cleveland Special Treasury agents say tho Government has been mulcted in the sum of 200000 by tho collusion of appraisers employes at Boston M Philippe BunauVarillathoduly accredited Minister of Panama to the United States was officially received by the President last Friday Many petitions have been received by the Senate from every part of the country asking that Senator Reed Smoot of Utah bo expelled from the Senate because ho Is an apostle of tho Mormon Church The appointment of tho negro Dr W D Crurn to bo collector of tho port at Charleston S 0 comas to tho Senate for the third time Twice it was not acted upon and Dr Crum entered upon his duties while Con gress was not iu session by tho power wasted in tho President to make ap pointments during the recess Qf Con gross COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Portland cement plant to cost 500000 will bo located near Louis vine within a short time Frank Senior a prominent young druggist of Newcastle Ky diedsutl denly Monday morning of heart failure The bodies of John Reynolds Mar tin Cannon and John Loach wore re covered from the L C N wreckat New Hope Ky Friday morning Threo others wore killed On Friday last Gov Bockham is sued the Thanksgiving Day procla mation appointing Thursday Nov UG 1903 as a day of thanksgiving and rest throughout the Commonwealth or Kentucky Over ono hundred pulpits in Ken tucky and Ohio around Cincinnati wero occupied Sunday by women delegates to the thirtieth national con vention of tho Womans Christian Temperance Union now in session in that city John D White D 0 Edwards and DrW Godfrey Huntorore each claim ing tho election to Congress from the tlt Eleventh District and it will require official count to decide it though 1tbe complete unofficial returns indicate Hunters election by a plurality 1 qn1lege 1 Library r THE CITIZEN IJ Dull Dont you see Joseph we cant pet along without ICleveland Plain DealerIMirtl ilhtlkililhtlttllilil tfi111t171S1 AilAtl ilrtSl A iAililil NAA1ttlSl l i1A71 0000000000000000000000000 i PERSEVERANCE I o 0 o 0 By Henry Allen Laineo 0 o 0 ooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 0- j Streamed golden rays from a cloudless sky j- S While gentle zephyrs floated by 0 When the curious crowds from Palos Spain 0 Stoodcrowding tho wharf of the trackless main 0 To hid god epeed to the seamen brave o Who dared to cross tho unknown wave o oSo With a firm belief that the earth was round o- S While critics declared his mind unsound o- So By works Columbus proved his faith o eIlls order was fI Sail on Each sailor stepping to his place j- S With a smile of adventure on each face j0 Tho admiral waved adieu Jill hand 0 To the cheering crowd on the sunny strand 0 Tho ships glide slowly from the land 0 Each graceful as a swan t o o grewS o- S Hocks hills and mountains fade Men who 0- S Know not of fear before o strangeo o westward overmorol Then horrid monsters from the sea 5- S Rose up in feverish fantasy 0 And tortured them to mutiny The sluggish water thicker grow 0 The compass points no longer true o Hope now seemed all but o ooooS From tho path of duty ho did not swerve o Through kindness tact and steady nerve sSAt last tho booming signal gun 0 Announces land And all hands 0 Rush to tho deck And 0 the scone o The landscape clothed in living green o singo o o 0oo Columbus the course of the blazing sun o Still followed on till the prize ho won sjo 0 0 o 0 thou embarked on Lifes broadsea S For the port of unknown destiny j0 Learn from this story briefly told 50 Of the Spanishadmiral of old He who would win must persevere fearo o o- S Truth faith and industry on him o- o Good fortune smiles But the sluggard who 0 o Depends on chance to pull him through 0- S Neer gains the topmost round of fame o Nor among Earths greatest enrolls his name- S Push out 0 man from Lifes barren shore s- S Push out though muttering thunders roar j 0Sail oul tho angry 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And you git to kind of thlnkln God Is up there somewhere etll What a purty elpht the wheat Is as Its riled up In the bln1 Oh its good to be a farmer when the crop are In Its lively In the city and Its very quiet here There the hurry nnd the racket keep agoln all the year Tree most every days excltln and they keep it up at night Every way a person gazes there Is some uncommon sight And I apOe its never lonesome llvln round the haunts of stn put tho city people never have their crops all in Theres many a day of Icllln and theres many an nche and pain And theres lots and lots of frettln at the dryness or the rain Theres the weeds and worms and Insects that the farmer has to fight But the good Lord doesnt often fall to pull m through all right And the sweetest satisfaction that a mor tal man can win Bort of hovers round the farmer when the crops are In Frank II Sweet in Farm Journal A KNIGHT OF THE HIGHWAY By CLINTON SCOLLARD Aultcr olA Man aIArmNTbtSs of a Toryta Cfrlchl JlOr by J n LlpplccclI Ceo All ticbtt ictctvti CJIAITEU XIII COXTINUKD After hIs plunge out of the bushes RoHsitcr hurried up the field crossed Into the upper orchard and made his way to the sleeping quarters of the men What he hall just seen and heard had suddenly dis solved the resolution and purpose that had been daily taking firmer and more definite shape since he left the freighttrain that night at Illica Life never would never could hold aught for hIm What he had recent ly experienced proved this but too plainly lie was a fool to think that he could ever be anything but a vagabond lie would take to the road again nastily he put his few belongings together and strode toI the door There he paused Should be leave without a word to any one The love in his heart flooded over him like a great tvulre as his mind reverted to Miss DClI more Xo he would somehow contrive to send a good by to her It was a crowning piece of folly perhaps doubtless for it would mean nothing to her but he would Indulge in it nevertheless It would be Ids final tribute on the now shat tered nltur of hope the shrine which be had so unwittingly reared He remembered to have seen Toe Uecraft that morning slip a small pencil into a vest hanging upon a chair near hicot The garment was Mill there lIe took out his brother letter tore off at the crease a little strip upon which there was no writ Sag and in the dim light traced his words of adieu lIe then replaced the pencil thrust the folded mes sage into hisrocket and rending in scraps of the letter scattered the fragments upon the grass as he stepped from the door Theres an end of that he said In the hopkiln by dull lantern light some of the pickers were har- Ing a last impromptu merrymaking 10 the wheezy music of a outhor gnn played by one of their number Among the dancers was Joe liccraft It land been KosMters intention to Lid him good by but he saw that he could not do go without encountering many others to with a consciousness of real regret ho turned away As lie came to the end of the barn he descried Jack Parmelees familiar figure moving towards the house Iere was the very man for his pur pose He hailed him Mr rarmclee he called The farm manager halted Oh its you he said as Kosslter drew near Whats up He had re marked the polepullers bundle Im off said nossit cr Ive changed my mind about waiting till morning If I hurry I think 1 can catch the Hintonville train but I cant wait to say good by to every one Wont you make my adieus to Mr and Mrs Morton nnd Miss Merton and to the liccrnfta Im very sorry not to see them ollanll Aould you be kind enough to give this to Mifs Dcnsmore- He held out the slip of paper with Its penciled words Iarmclee took Jt Why certainly to be sure he Mild But youd better wait In deed I wish youd stay right on We fined just such a man as you Mr Jfertond give you good wages you know Its very kind of you Mr Merton spoke about it but I must go answered llossitcr holding out his hand Well youU cove next year said 1urmelee giving him a hearty trip Ill keep a place for you if you sayso I cant promise KoMJter replied flanks jut the tame Jarrnelec watched JloBeKer stride out of the gate end take the Jlinton iU road 1livrea a Slap I cant make out he muttered as be walked towards the house Kosslter recalled that half way to Hintonville there was n highway branching towards the west When he reached thlIe took It without hesitation Uc had no intention of trying to catch the train but had spoken of doing so as a plausible ex l use for his hasty departure Plans he had none needed none lIe was to drift again u waif a vagrant a common vagabond Now nothing mattered Money he hind more than he had possessed that year but of what special avail was it 1 In the life to which he was returning he could manage quite as easily with out it lIe trudged on steadily Ids mind a babel of emotions One ODe he renewed the scenes Of his hopyard life in which Miss Dens more always appeared as the central figure but chiefly he dwelt upon his icturn to consciousness after the en counter in the dip of the lllue Creek Road It must have been pity not love that he had seen in Miss Dens mores eyes as she had bent above him Yes it must have been that and yet the look haunted him and continued to do so By and by he found himself nearing the valley of the Oskenonto As he halted nu instant before seeking the lower level a fierce pulsating flame leaped up into the hollow of the night and he knew that he was not far from the blast furnace of Ifarkana Descending bcbose a road that led him past the flaring stacks and paused to watch the fiery waves of molten iron pour into the moulds of sand He crossed the fur nace sing heaps hideous even in the starlight and beyond the Oskenonto and the abandoned Susqucnango ca nal found a highway ascending into the hills Whither it wound he had no notion and naught did he care The hills appealed to him lIe would go up among them as high as might be and so he struck Into this road For a time he ascended gradually then it became stony and steep Be hind him from time to time the stacks of the furnace shot streamers of red and blue and orange into the night illumining briefly and weirdly the heaven and the earth Occasionally a cloud would reflect the glow after the flame had died a mock sun rise or sunset Towards midnight when he had won high among the uplands the moon rose a crumbling segment of pale gold Kosslter walt now weary and presently a strawstack in n field adjoin ing the highway suggested a desir able place of rest He scaled the fence and approached the stack be coming consious as he did so of the sound of heavy breathing Some one it was evident had already availed himself of a free nights lodg- Ing Kossiter hesitated an instant and then went forward Doubtless there would be plenty of accommoda tion for two On the eastern side of the Btqctt revealed distinctly by the moonlight was the huddled body of a man There could be no harm Doss Iter thought In having a closer glance at his fellowlodger He advanced cautiously a few paces and peered down to start back In amazement and dismay for he had gazed upon the repulsive face of Whis kersSwiftly and silently he retraced his steps to the road his mind swept by a powerful reaction Voluntarily ne had returned to the level of this de testable creature had allowed the first disappointment to overthrow every firm resolve of the past weeks and had gone miserably down once more into the very slough of degen eracy Out of the realization of leis instability the overwhelming sense of his bitter shame by some strange nnd sudden revulsion his spirit rose triumphant He bowed his head With Gods help he said it is the last time He strode downward towards the valley and a tulle from the straw stack found a sleeping place in a shed Slumber soon brought its boon of forgetfulness but before it did so he summoned from time depths of his recollection the lovely contour of Miss Densmores face After all he thought musing upon the sweetness of what might have been it is a blessing to have known heel- When he roused the following morning the sun had scattered the banked mists above the hlllc beyond the Merton farm and as he stood In the doorway of his rude shelter blinking in the glistening light a farmer approached driving market ward with a heaped wagonload of potatoes The two men exchanged glances and nods Bound for Hintonville Inquired Itoecitcr Yep That where Im goln was the reply Perhaps you wouldnt mind giving me a lift then 1 rMind Certainly not Jump right up lIe checked his horses until Ilo4 filter had mounted to the seat be wide him He was of n hearty big wouled type had sandy beard keen yet kindly blue ryes nail a voice that expanded into a mufllcd roar at the close of every sentence IIU laugh too rnn explosive Been hoppickin I spose an now startin home he ventured Yes returned Kosslter Like It Yes very much Haint heard her ye what hap penal to n hoppicker er n tramp las night up to Bob Iankhursts on the lull Xo what was It Well ye we Bobs gqter hind rutlicr a strawBlack jest aerobe the road from hU house thatd ketch the eye o anybody stronln by an in want o a place to stow emselves till daylight free o charge They yltntj o arch about these days this fnnl remark with a sly glancft nt his companion The mention of the strawstack hind stimulated Jlossltern Interest to such a degree that he did not heed the attempted pleasantry Yes ye81 he cried What hap pened Well saldthe farmer when Bob got up this mornln he was minus a slra stack The blamed thing burnt in the night and not a Bern soil about the place seen it When they discovered it anti come to gt near to look at It there was a mans boots stickin out o the black stunk in mass Ills upper part was done to a crisp If I recall rightly said Kosslter conscious of n sudden awe in his tone which the other did not seem to no tice there is but one btrawstnck for some distance Yep said the farmer thats right Bobs is the onlone for at least three miles leastwise the only one near the road The feller who ever he wall must ave been smokin an fallen asleep Hes had his las smoke thats dead sure ann mighty hie one it was by the look o it Kossiter had no comment to make The horror of the scene kindled In his imagination by the farmers words silenced him And yet he could but consider the dreadful doom which had overtaken Whiskers ns retributive There was ro one ho thought who would question time justice Of this tragic interposition of fate but the shocking end of Hart Dawson was still henry on his mind when an hour later he stepped upon the platform of the Hlntonville station CHAPTER XIV COMMENCEMENT AT MONROE COL LEGE It was the evening of commencement day at Monroe collrgc Upon the wide veranda of one ttt the frn ternity houses sat Philip liossttcr smoking a cigar and gazing through nn opening in the trees at the moon lightflooded valley A very different man he was in thought and appearance from the individual who lad strolled about the college campus that Sabbath morning more then a year and a half previous The sky of fortune began to clear for him the day he became n member of the staff of the Evening Star and there had been no recurrence of cloud Early in his career upon the paper in the absence of a more experienced reporter he hind Interviewed n distinguished personage with unwonted tact and thus leaped at n bound into the graces of the cditorlnchlef Inspired by his suc cess he tried sketch writing the line of effort in which he had formerly won praise Ills vivid pictures of the slums of tramp life of unusual police court episodes quickly attracted attention From these sketches to fiction was a natural nnT easy transition and he suddenly found himself a contributor to ono of the best magazines Kossitcr was again the neatly dressed man of yore and to the ease of manner which hind always been Ids was added a subtle trace of inde pendence of assurance that was HE SEATED HIMSELF ON THE STEIS OR TilE CHAPEL wholly new to him He bore In his heart but one burden his love for Sylvia Densmore and yet he often confessed to himself that the memory of her winsome personality earned with It more of sweetness than of sadness Her image and the recol lection of the hopflcld days more than the importuning of friends had drawn him back to Hintonville and the reunion with his college class matesIt hula first holiday since he had begun work upon the Kvening Star Tind it proved to him a time of restful delight delight within whose translucent amber he was conscious of but u single flaw Three of the four days for which he had been granted leave of absence hail slipped by Should he on the morrow drive over to the Merton farm and have a chnt with the good people Jack Inrmelee and Mr and Mrs Merton and their daughter Every night since his arrival In Hintonville he had put to himself this question but the visit was yet to be made Pas sionately ns he longed for sonic news of Miss Densmore he dreaded to hear of what he reflected must in all probability have long since taken placeher marriage For nearly nn hour carriages hind been passing conveying students and young ladies and their chaperones to the gymnasium where this senior ball was that night to be held Dos titers special friends were making calls in town and within the fraternity house the undcrclassmea were entertaining several prospective fresh men Kossiter was hence left quite to himself yet he was In no wise lonely hut thoughts being very agree able company Presently strains of music jloatcd down to him aorots the campus For n while he fistencfl to them dreamily then It occurred to him that it might be interesting to see what an uptodate college tall was like so he rose and sauntered towards the gymnasium As he emerged from the mnplo shadow he found thin combination of music and moonlight so beguiling that he was In no hurry to venture farther so he seated hltnxelf upon the steps of tho chapel which ad joined the gymnasium directly be neath the symmetrical finger of the spireTo the north he could mark the spasmodic twinkling of the electric towers of Illica and there in the vague purple distance to the south east lay the Merton farm Ills face was set In this direction when an unusually lively air front the roliestrn stirred him from his reverie With homcthing like n sigh he turned townrlln the gymnasium and was soon climbing to the third floor As he wheeled about to survey the room on reaching the top stair n gay spectacle met hits rye Great Htrrnmers of old gold nUll blue tile college colors were festooned from benm to bean above tho whirl Ing dancers nnd at intervals flags and trophies captured at Intercol legiate meets were suspended There Will a general flutter of gauzy fabrics and a blending of talk and laughter that ever and anon surged above a dip In themusicTo ContlnUtd1 ChooiliiK II Mlnlttrr The parish kirk of Drlerhton hind been rather unfortunate In Its minis tens two of them having gone oft In decline within n twelvemonth of their appointment and now after hearing a number of candidates for the va cancy the members were looking for ward with keen interest to the meet lag at which the electron of tho new minister was to take place says the Scottish American Weel Marpet asked one female parishioner of another as they fore gathered on the road one dayvvha lire you gaun to vote for Tui just thlnkln Ill vote for none o them Im no mucklc o n judge an Itll be the safest plan yeas Mar gets sagacious reply Torts woman if thats the way ot vote wi me- An hoo nre you gaun to vote Im gaun to vote for the man thnt I think has the soundest lungs nn II no bother us vvi dreln again in a hurry London Mall Our Lurlil Language A Frenchman recently propounded through the columns of the Liverpool Daily Post n problem which may not be without interest to Americans hI am In Liverpool since a month writes the French gentleman and ltllprJlmtOn your tramcars one writes Pas senger aTe requested not to board or leave the car while in notion Board I comprehend not My friend say it Is aborder to go on ship therefore one me demanded not to go an car and not go oft while In motion How can that be I see thousand passengers since four week go on and oft n car but they nil go while in motion Shall one explicate how passengers while not in motion have a power to go on and off tlls car The ltuling rloaA good woman was dying n woman who had been n true wife and a her ing mother a woman with but ono weakness n love for gossip Although her time on eitth Will short she was critically watching the attending physician and the nurse as they talked in subdued whispers of the result which their united skill had been powerless to avertIn response to the summons of the IIIgwoman her husband approached her and bent low to catch the words which he expected to be words of love Again she turned her eyes from which the light was fast fading upon the doctor and the nurse ns she said faintly Do you suppose they are engaged These words were lien lastN V Times Didnt Sprrlnllxt Too Inch Youth is nmbitlouF but the average college professor though not unduly cynical hUll seen too much of the irony of life to keep from satirizing on the fact occasionally A professor iu a wellknown law sui ol the other day was warning his cl1141 In con tracts against too much npccinlln tlon I once had u student hn snit who told me just after he was graduated that he Intended to devote his attention almost exclusively ti constitutional law Last Tine le came back to commencement It was eight years after he hail taken his degree I asked him how he was getting along Fairlyavail he replied J just adjourned my justice rourt to come down here today An Arcoinill lirrt lafcnine My boy the way to snezed is nl ways to do right Henry laysaid he would rather be right than presl dent Was he president Xo but he WIIK right lie tried to be president dldn1 he- Yesbut r ho was not elected Then he must have ben both right anlileltJoDIDS City Journal tun Knicmdnir Itrmark Mr DumhicadNelson wan coming to call hint I told him you would bf enraged this evening Miss Olemade ropturulIlyU- WlJUamIrfn etoll Tiger A Sweet ToothI- s responsible for ninny nchra and pains lint whatever tho cnuoa of do cay it should he arrested and the Tooth put in good condition Wo clean fllior extract teeth with out pafn to the patient Our flume sets of teeth at 5 made on zyiouito or rubber anti absolutely per feet Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 21 cents Tho best amalgam filling 7G cents Special commodations for patients from n distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson OTre nrtt door lo Toil ofltaa KybSt r pcR ToitaOratataeomnmoLttntwttbrrMMtrcb rrportoa pauntewit VbOpp TELEPHONES Complet 8750 pe pz Each psi r of Then en- taA aid ectM with War InaImlaaratnwthele DUO taD naulb IIIIA Vft netlonr Mahout pr Tiou- atnowt of Eiclrtral if luctpudeIbefuUoiia beU wOIaNO ayhunnrrpalrKilO- i An Letaiue4Tltp r a1DryCUse T p IIEIWZAX C TAFISL tsu KVKIITTKIH KIICTBICAL IIW JnrrHr rnONKtax Lnuuviu Kr H A nntuaa Month This is the month ot coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch cold easily Find jrotirwlf hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an nnnoy lug cough it night Then you should always hava handy a bottlo of Mal lards Uoruhiuml Syrup J A An derson 354 Wont 5th St Salt Lake City writes Wo use Oallardfi Syrup for coughs and colds It gives im mediate relief We know its the btwt remedy for these troubles 1 write this to induce other people to try this pleasant and efficient remedy 2TC We and SlOO at East End Drug Co f REPAIR THAT LOOM Bares College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen drew linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Coverlids f 4 to S6 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents B yard Jeans CO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide nnd 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per ton or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Bores Ky A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Kisors Bra unequalled as a liver pill They aro rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work witheaseW T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people arousing these tiny little pills in pref erence to all others because they are Iso 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 I MONUMENTSYrna CrcnIU end Mirtal Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rut satiable prices and with guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND KyhVhrnorot Maloiod ColUniftlrMU 1 3niiitM iiKSTitorru Whilnit Crnarn Vormifugo not only kills wcrniR but removes tliti tnucui and slime in which they build their ncsta it brings smith quickly n healthy condition of the body whom worms cnnnot exist 25c at East End Drug CotDR M E JONES vg Dentist Office Over Printing olfice Office Days Wednesday to eat ol the week- GARNET j HOTEL NetTl Fitted up MIII Board and Lodging nt popular prints Second at opposite Court house Richmond Kr J R G ENGLE Prop i llrAHtlfu Clear IIUorbino oxprtt u direct influence on the bowels liver mum kidneys purity ing and strengthening there organs and maintaining thorn In n normal condition of health thus removing I common causoof yellow mothygrfnsj skin nnd more or Jlwut of pimphw blotches and black beads iiOtt East End Drug Co ++ o t THIS IS THE TIME FOR 1 I WinterRobes We are showing the largest t lino that wits ever brought into thA city of Wo in RichmondIand inspect our THEY RANGE IN PRICEFROM 150 to 1500 J IT J AlOBERUY Street Richmond Ky tMRin I 4 h lUnt Lnlment nn Earth I M McEInuy Greenville Tex writes Nov 2 1000 I had rhouma tism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a friend gave mo n part of a bottle of Bollards Suow Liiiitnonl I used it and got two more bottles It rjcured me and I havent felt tiny rheu matism since Ican recommend Snow Liniment to bo tho best lini ment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Bollards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will bo gratis fled with a speedy and effective cure 25c We and at East End Drug Co OGG THOMSON ANDGROOERI NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty I Sole gents for Banner Cream Bread OrrOSlTE UUfiPETIct MILL M II tsf 1 i ll 4 I THE CITIZEN SCHOOLIr THE CITIZEN promised to give some recitations and songs for schoolexhi bitions and below wo give the fourth installment IHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIH+HHIIIIHIHIHHHIHI+H An Old FavoriteHIH +HI+HI+HHII+ I +HHII+I +HHHII+H SONG OF THE NEGRO BOATMEN- By John G Whittler t irQJr jiralso on tunlul Do Lord tin coma To wet tie people tree miiniui tank It tiny ob doom An WI ob jubilee Uat heap do Hod sea JwnveHo jui IIH IronIC nil den llu My do word we lag night slave Today de lorllI fretmen I 0 yam will grow do cotton blow Neil hub do rice un rorn O nebbvr you fear If nulibcr you htnr De driver blow hla norm Ole maRMi on he tntbbvls gone Ho lent do land behind Da 1oriln brcft blow him furder on Uk Corn ahuck In de wind plowVWe dell dt pig we sell de cow out llfbber drill be void Dti yam will grow de cotton blow cornEyou hear De driver blow hip horn 4IItlltIIrtIIItftI twlnd dream tiebber cotton rIttfIIItlltIIIIItttUtrrl1 An Old Favorite + I t Home They Brought Her Warrior Dead Tennyson III oOMIT they brought wnrrlor swoouod uttered maiden watching said She must weep Then they prnlned and Called wortliy loved Truist friend nod noblest Yet neither spoke Stole n mnldon plate Lightly wnrrlor stipt Took fncvcloth from neither moved wept RONS n nurse nliMty years child n knee nuiniurr tcinMHt tlnM Swirt child I thee HHHHHMHHH The Homee JRHKIE UZSTBR lULL Kdltof IHI tII IRICE No doubt you are all familiar with the small white grain known as rico It is grown very largely in warm clio mates and in consumed in largo quantities by the inhabitants of these countries America wo find it cul tinted chiefly in low moist land that overflowed like the low coast I lands of Georgia and South CarolinaI Rico is very valuable as cause it Is light and easily digested and also because it easily prepared land may cooked in such a groat variety of ways remember what a delicious dish my grandmother used to prepare by cooking rico in milk for hours a learner and then serving it as dos sort with sugar and cream But the real Southern cooks have mastered the of cooking rico First thoy select tho host whole grained rico and pick out all chaff It is then washed very thoroughly through several waters until the last I water como perfectly clear Next put it into a kettle of boiling salted t water and koop it boiling about twenty minutes or until tender Do 4not ttir it Use about throe parts l water and two parts rico Add more water if necessary but be very careful not to too much water aq will make the rico pasty T Plain boiled rico should always cooked very dry so that each grain stands out separate and whole I Since rice is a starchy food it should be well chewed and mixed with saliva digestedIwhen it it is cooked dry than the grains broken and soaked with wather or milk and form a kind of pasteIn many of southern states rico is served at every dinner and it is in f Joel n very palatable dish oaten with chicken mutton pork beef or any good meat gravy During the six years that lived in I Florida I remember having eaten dinner without rice Sweet potatoes came next in importance but we were always sure to have rico With chicken fricasee the rice is boiled and then added the stock in which the fowl boiled This is pileanY a We pray do Lord he alb us ilrni not some day be free Ilo uue tell It to de Jilneii- De wiid duck to db sea We It when de churchbell rlnc We dream It de De rlcvblnl IIIMH It whirr he Ing- De eiiicte when he ncream De yarn will grow de cotton blow Well hub dp rice corn O ncbber you feur If nvbhcr you hear De driver blow Ibis hurt know de promise nrbber tall An lie de wonl Bo like il pollen In de jail We walled fur tie Ixml An now ha open ebery dour An trove away de key Ho we tub him 110 before We lub him better free Da yam will grow de blow Hell clb da rice an corn I O ncbbrr you If nebber you hear De driver blow lib horn + 1 ++ ++ +++++++++++++++t++++++ + By her tlend Rime nor nor cry Ill her or she will die him soft low him to be flit she nor moved from her to till tho the fair Yet she nor of Set Ills tiM her Like same her my live for In can bo I be is I in art off use it be whoa are our I do not one to was I we link in un We link Gar 4 +H11111111Y MI1IlII4i The Farm SIUS CnSSVER MASON Editor 1H11 111 I 11I1Ii1I + JCommercial Fertilizers IIV TlTOR C n IKWI8 This covers briefly all the elements tho farmer has to deal with but is only a very little of what might be written from the great amount of work which has boon done in this lino If this much however were generally known by the farmers of the South who are annually spending much of their income for fertilizers they would be far bettor off than at present Comments on the Above Ar ticleby Paul M Casey In many instances tho money ox pended by theStato in the analysis of fertilizers issuing bulletins and keep in inspectors in the field isof no value because theaualyais means absolutely nothing to the farmer Many cases could be stated whore a man high pricod fertilizer thinking ho wasI getting something good for his wheat while ho was merely paying for nitro gen to be washed out of thesoilby the winter rains In the spring disap pointed with his first results he buys a cheap dissolved bone containing perhaps scarcely anything but phos phoric acid and makes a failure worse than before The result is that he is ready to go West or quit trying to farm We must get at such people and the school garden is the best way to do it If ground time and money be scarce a dozen boles made by the boys at noon or as many old tin cans may be made to show a great number of interesting things Small sacks of all the elements needed can be obtained for the asking from many of the fertilizer manufac turing companies and then all that is needed is time attention and a little work all of which the children will gladly give if only the teacher will leadTwo great combinations are needed in the South to assure its rapid ad vancement They are unions of brain and muscle school and farm With these thoroughly formed all other good things the farmer needs may be expected to followPAUL M CASEY I i YANKEE MARINES LAND Ship Bearing Colombian Flag Anchors Off Colon PEACE COMMISSIONERS EN ROUTE Great Kxcltoiiicnt III Caused ut Colon liy Arrival of Slriiiurr Srntlu Inn iiiinilHtiH Krnl i foiiro From Invasloi liy Soldiers of Colombia Nrw He puMIn Is InyliiK KxpentM Colon Nov 1GTbe overdue Ocr man steamer Scotia arrived from time coast flying the Colombian flag Her agents signaled the Scotia to como alongside her wharf but she is now anchored a mile and a half from the harbor Cutters from tho United Rtatcn auxiliary emitter Dixie aro ply- Ing to and from tho Scotia which has uo communication with tho shore Tnero In great excitement as1 It is said that General Reyes and his start nro aboard the vessel Tho United States converted cruiser Mayflower left her anchorage and steamed to meet the Scotia The moment the Scotia anchored twenty marines from tho Dixie were landed here Panama Nov 1GWhile there Is no doubt but that Colombia Is threatening and promising to send troops to the Isthmus and to take other aggros Rive steps against the new republic there Is no fear expressed here of the talkcdof Invasion President Marroqulns statement In cablegram to General Plaza president of Ecuador that Generals Reyes Ca balleros Osplna and Holquln aro now marching on the Isthmus to stippresi the Isthmian traitors has set the entire population of the Isthmus laughing Protected by the Impene trablllty of the land and the many leagues of coast lino separating the Isthmus from Colombia and confident that time United States Intends to prevent tho landing of Colombian sol dlers from tho sea tho Isthmians feel that their security Is absolute The revenues of the now republic If economically administered promise to meet all expenses The government- of the new republic realizing tho ne ccsslty of keeping Its army In a con tented condition Is paying Its officers and soldiers with the utmost prompt ness General Obaldla appeared on the streets of Panama Saturday for the first time since Nov 3 when the Independence of the Isthmus was pro claimed Ho was greeted cordially Revolution May Result Washington Nov 16A revolution In Colombia Is not Impossible accord Ing to an opinion expressed In a dill patch received at tho state depart ment from United States Minister nenupro at Bogota It was dated Thursday Nov banlt at that time Mr Ileaupre described the feeling In the capital city ns panicky The min- Ister tins delivered to tho Colombian government his Instructions sent to him by the state department on the Gth Inst advising him that the Unltei States has entered Into relations with tho government of Panama The Colombian government according to Minister Ileaupre was disposed to ask for an explanation of the instructions but the minister Informed It that ho regarded them as selfexplan atory Protest In Senate Washington Nov nThe protest of the Colombian government against the recognition by the United States of time Independence of Panama was received by Senator Fryo as president pro tern of tho senate The document was not laid beforo the senate because of tho diplomatic requirement that It should bo transmitted throng Ibo secretary of state It Is In Span- Ish and Senator Frye had It trans lated with a view to transmitting it to Secretary Hay It will bo sent to the secretary with time request that it be speedily returned when Senator Frye will lay It before the senate Presents Roosevelts Letter Panama Nov 17Rear Admiral Walker who is practically President Roosevelts representative gn the isthmus and Consul General Gudgor who Is here to direct the relations of the United States with the defacto government called at the palace and In the name of the United States gov ernment paid their respects to tho Prksldentmutual exchanges of good wishes Otherwise the visit was quite In formalCable Protest to England London Nov nTbe Colombian authorities have cabled to London a lengthy protest against tho United States action toward Panama In which they claim that the main re sponsibility for the secession of Panama lies with the United States government firstly by fomenting the separatist spirit of which there seems to bo clear evidence secondly b hastily acknowledging tho inde pendence of tho revolted province and finally by preventing the Colom bian government from using proper means to repress the rebellion Settles Smuggling Cases San Juan P R Nov 17The ted eral court quashed the indictments for smuggling In the cases of Alonzo Cruzen tho collector of customs Cap tain Andrew Dunlap United States navy commandant of the naval sta Lion hero and Robert piles a former contractor In Porto Rico on the ground that the fines had been paid and tho crimes expatiated It is be lieved this action forever settles the cuej Free to January 1 1904it The publisher of The Citizen offers all the remaining issues of 1903 as a free gift I to every New Subscriber anda Beautiful Picture in addition The publisher- offers this in order to as quickly as possible increase the circulation of The Citizen to i i 2500 COPIES A WEEK v These free issues will include our special numbers for 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SOUTH AFRICA New way of using Climmlierlnlni Cough Urninly Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says eAs a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is s cure suitable for old and young I pen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old It had a very badcough and the parents didnot know what to give it I suggested that if they would get a bottle or Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cur ed the baby This remedy is for sate by S E Welch Jr The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos BOc Miss Ida M Snyder CbeIClub If women would more attention to their health wrwould have more happy wives mothers and daughters and would observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vised McElrees Wine of Cardui and Thed fords BlackDraught and so I took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with tutored health and it only took three months to cure me Wine of CardUi is a regulator of the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty suppressed too frequent irregular falling of the womb whites and u is helpful when approaching woman pregnancy oeter childbirth and in life It fre- quentlyI brings a dear baby to homes that barren for ears All- druggists have 100 bottles of Wine CarduiWINEOCARDUI I The most interesting members of I presidential will be Hanna and Gorman both of whom since the recent election aro considered to be presidential possibil ities I DRLCORNEILUS I Physician Dentist i Ofllce with Dr I Cornelius Broadway St BHRA KY lloun for Dental Work 900 a in to 300 po m I rJ THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher OEREA KENTUCKY Aunt Sarahs J Willl A CYRUS B5B1CK30N l ANT SAKAH SNOWDEN hud never married and furthermore she had always been a burden un nor relatives That Is to say she had worked about twice as hard as any paid hand for her board and clothes and was still at It when she was CO years old She was called Aunt as a term of derldlon and as she was Irascible and sourtempered her life was not over burdened with sunny days At 50 she was expecting nothing but to drudge along for the rest of her days and be known as a poor relation when a most unexpected event happened- At 30 years of age Awnt Sarah had almost been engmgedHo an old bacfce lor She had been so near to It that he had seen her home from Church on several occasions and sat up her In the evening She had also accompanied him to a circus and a camp meeting and a marriage might have resulted had they not fallen Into a dis pute over some trifling matter Both were sot In their opinions and after some hot words the bachelor withdrew and left the maiden all for lorn He passed out of her sight to die 20 years later and leave her 30000 by willThe news of Aunt Sarahs windfall threw the hamlet of Rnsedale Into a CALLED TO CONGRATULATE l flutter that did not quiet down for monthsOf ninetenths of the people Including her brother lien aid his wife hoped It wash s true but a lawyer finallyihand her over tenths of the peoplemade a lightning change From being the drudge of the t familY Aunt Sarah was exalted to the post of guest That 30000 looked bigger than Tay lors hill to the farmers and villagers and It was an astounding thlpg that It should come to a little old woman who wouldnt know what to do with It In one week everybody who knew the old maid had called to Congratulate and advise and Inside of another at least a score of people who had never spoken to her called to borrow or to Interest her In plans and schemes From brother Ben who wanted to build a new barn and buy four more cows to Rev Mr Johnson who had been for years hoping to raise enough money to build a Baptist church there was some one after portions of that money day and night bunt Sarah did not lose her head She bought herself a new alpaca dress t and a bonnet of a style not over three years old and set up housekeeping for herself She neither gave away nor loaned a dollar but after awhile made hranannouncementAs had come to her by SETTING A LAWYER DOWN Attempted to Mrncure WU with Itrporttrr and Wan nadir Worsted Not long ago a prominent contrib utor to the columns of the Phlladel phia newspapers was a witness In a trivial case In court and was being har vied by a bumptious county lawyer who asked So you are a writer are you Well sir with what great paper or magazine are you connected With none was the modest reply Then why do you call yourself a writer What do you writenovels scientific works histories or what I wrlla anything and everything worthLf1 reading or not Well then for whom or for what do you write You say you are not connected with any paper or maga doe Yea sir I so stated I am an un attached writer for the general market Just so You write anything that occurs to you Well now do you ever write up tho proceedings of courts I havo done so occasionally Can you state to the Judge and Jury what particular kind of a court proceeding you would deem worthy of jour pen Yes If I saw a young lawyer treating a reapectablewltness In a very rude and disrespectful manner and making an ass of himself generally I should think bat possibly worth writ lag up- S t will It should RO to others In the sara ways The doctors had told her that she had a weak heart and was llabli to drop dead any hour and she did nol expect to live over four or five years at the most The Baptist church brother Ben and all the rest must wall for her demise to benefit This was looked upon ai a sinful trick br some and there were whla pored criticisms behind each doer but Aunt Sarah was obdurate and there was nothing to do but watt Thirty thousand dollars U a sum to bow down to The people bowed down Aunt Sarah was flattered and cajoled Two or three old widowers came spooking around to talk marriage and speculators came from a distance- to offer groundtloor shares in gold mines and oil wells She had the best pew when she wen to church the politest attention when she called at the post office or the dry goods store and everybody made up his or her mind to be mentioned In her lost will Tho woman lived In clover for five years and then died The term clover should be interprets to mean that so many custards pumpkin pIes glasses of jelly jars of preserves fresh eggs baskets of fruit and spring chick ens were sent In to her by neighbors that she lived high without buying much and the women were so kind about dressmaking that her clothe cost her next to nothing About 500 people were on the tiptoe of expectation regarding tile will It was the largest funeral ever known In Branch county The woman had made her will and was dead but It seemed as If some folks hoped to come In for something by attending the funeral There was weopag at the house something of a rivalry between certain women as to who should weep the hardestand there was weeping at the church The milelong funeral proces Mon moved at a slow anti dignified pace and there was no undue haste to get back home The executors named did not live In Rnsddale at all but they were on hand to let the provisions of the will bo know Firstly read the document so long waited for I glob and bequeath to my brother Benjamin the sum of 1000 but as I drudged for his family 18 years without pay I direct my execu tors to put In a claim for 1500 as an offsetTo Mary Snovden wife of Dens Olin Snowden who hardly ever gave me a decent word until I got my mane I glvo and bequeath my three best dresses minus the sleeves and but tonsTo Rev Mr Johnson with which to build a new Baptist church I leave the sum of 3000 but I dirt that before coming Into possession of It he shall preach ten sermons during which no one shall fall asleep atid that he shall never attempt to sing In public again There were 50 bequests In all and It must have taken Aunt Sarah a year to study them out to her satisfaction She had ubout 20 relatives none 6f whom had shown her much consideration during her days of loneliness and hard work and while she had left a be quest to each and every one It was un der such conditions that none could ac cept Every woman In the village who had ever rubbed her fur the wrong way gooddidThe only bequest without a proviso readTo Job Sanderson the village coop er who once helped me ovfer a mud hole without asking me why I never got married and who didnt recom mend a cure for freckles and wrinkles mayIt1The residue of her estate which all but the 3000 above named was bequeathed to a charity and went there and then the smile on Aunt Sa rahs face as she lay dead was ex plainedBefore the reading of the will It was whispered that she had been talking with the angels After the reading It was announced In loud tones that the angels were somebody elsesomebody- with tails and hoofs Boston Globe The court and jury smiled audibly Tho Judge took the witness In hand for a moment How much do you think a scene like this for Instance ought to bring If It were well written up It would depend upon the actors If the lawyer were a person of any note or character possibly five or ten dollarsWhat would you expect to receive should you write the facts of this par ticular Instance About 75 cents your honor Counsel for the defense had no more questions to ask Ixrfalnrmi Ar act of usefulness Is the object of spentwlthlOUt ofIothers enough to perform Intelligently acts of kindness that will appeal to them The better we know ourselves the more capable we aro of understand leg the thoughts of others As wo grow more selfreliant Intelligently we become more tolerant Let us Strive to see from each others standpoint There are so many ways of usefulness that we can find them anywhere De trait Free Press lluratlou nl xenTrrnlrF- rance and England have signed an arbitration treaty which remarks the Washington Post wlll hold good as long 1as the armed strength of the two pow- era Is as evenly balanced as It U now Our Industrial Future By OSCAR S STRAUS rnIi1 value of trade unions in raising the standard of trying and guarding the interests of labor in regulating the hours conditions of work are benefits which organization has unquestionably promoted Ihc great hope of our in dustrial future is that the working classes whose powers for good and for evil have been so strengthened by organ ization will be guided by enlightened principles soil abstain from seeking proximate benefits in contravention of undoubted economic experiences and at the cost of funda mental rights To the extent they misuse their great power of arbitrarily curtailing the rights of their fellow laborers or their em ployers they array themselves against public sentiment and from that day their power all their usefulness will decline liven if labor or ganizations comprised the entire number wageworkers in the country this would give them no right either to overrule the personal liberty of those within or beyond their ranks or to insist upon special privileges or immunities They must rely upon the justness of their cause and to the extent that force is used the boycott or the bludgeon in compelling others to unite with them to that extent they negative their own claim to being a brotherhood organization whose purpose is to elevate and benefit the wageearning class Hut as a matter of fact while labor organizations arc very strong in sonic industries they include only alxut 15 per cent of the wage earners of the country and it must not be forgotten that organization however powerful can give no rights to curtail the personal liberty of the remaining 85 per cent of the wage camera of the country While the greatly increased organization of both laborers and employers is a fact which must be taken into consideration in discussing the industrial future it must not be overlooked that however powerful these great interests may grow they can only embrace a fraction of the people in any country The general public is greater and many times more numerous than these two powerful bodies combined and upon it must fall the heaviest losses that out of industrial war The general public is patient longsuffering and enduring Its only organization is the general government municipal state and national for the protection of the public welfare Public opinion demand that the great public scrvice corporations not onlyshall perform their function but also they shall not be obstructed in that performance and it also demands that the great avenues of supply and distribution of the necessities of life shall not be arbitrarily cut oft in order to test the relative strength and enduring powers of the cotytgnding forces Organized labor and organized capital are in a formative state They arc both new to heir acquired power With tinge and experience a reaction in favor of conservatism will make itself felt and in the menu time reconciliation will help rather than hinder a more reliable and pcr manent reme- dySociety That Is Not Society- By HENRY WATTERSON nm Mli idle rich the God forgetting worlddefying pleasure seeking rich who K nciclves as a law unto themselves who submit to no restraints except those fixed by nature and the surgeons knife who have no intelligent perspective except that the longest purse brings down the biggest titles no rule of conduct except that impelling them to cat drink and be merry for tomorrow it may be someone elses turn do they constitute society Has Calaban grace Is Tom Thumb manhood Must the monkey and the swell be accepted as interchangeable types as alternating measure ments of human breeding and beauty Indeed one would think so reading some of the reports that come to us from the inner circles of that apotheosis of boredom that incarnation of stupidity and affecta tion which takes its cue from Leicester Square and the Corinthian Club in London which emulates the dcmimondaine of Paris which eddies around the abode of luxury and alimony at Newport and thinks no more of running down an ordinary pedestrian in its automobile than you and I would think of brushing away a spider or fly Lift up your hearts Iat least have never wasted many thoughts or nursed any serious fears about any such cattle nor shall I do so until monkey dinners become as popular in Pennsylvania as they seem to be in Rhode Island f rhty- I know that in each of our centersof population and wealth there is a little coterie of silly women and simpering johnnics which would imitate the imitators but they arc too shallow and too scattered to make much headway against society and by society I mean not merely those who by their character their genius and their good fortune have earned the right to dwell in great houses without the suspicion of the ostentatious display of wealth to have picture galleries and libraries and horses and carriages and if they please yachts and automobiles but behiilcl them that great army of the well bred and well to do that noble American commonrity clean A birth and clear of grit those cultivated men and women who live without scandal and travel without adventure not rich indeed but quite able to pay as they go the rose and expectancy of true manjioodand womanhood the buttress and belltowcr of our free republic The Basis of Labor PeaceB- y JOHN MITCHELIPr- eiideni of the lInol Union 1 here can be no doubt that the unions and those employers who favor trade agreements arc doing their utmost to prevent the wastefulness of strikes On the other hand those employers who insist upon managing their own business and dealing individually with their employers arc because of their arbitrary methods responsible for a majority of the strikes With the growth of a spirit of mutual concession and with a better understanding ot the needs ano aspirations the rights and obligations of both classes the necessity and justification of a great majority of strikes will pass away Then and not until then will the industries of our country be established upon a firm foundation of peace Until better and more humane methods arc within our reach the labor unions and even the unorganized workmen will continue to em ploy the strike and employers the lockout as a means of securing the adjustment 01 grievances or the elimination of wrongs winch they be lieve to be intolerable To my mind the hope of future peace lies in the collective bargain or the trade agreement THE RESULT Written by n Ilimn Horn fllrl rtrokcii end bowed with terror and rfrstore with nuliiionv than with years- heart nick and wfury no tired of lift Who U this Thr drunkards wile Laughed at and shunned on every band A pitiful tight In this CtirUtlan land He who has untie of earths delllcJ Who U thb 1 The drunkard chllti Four rough walls and u root of tin nUll and bent the rain dripping In Wlnita lathing the wave on the beach to a foum Whal U thUT The drunkard home Dark and wicked nnd full of sin Never n ray of tools light within Waltlnc for Deaths iiimmont to toil What U this The drunkards tout Iiamr lturtl- ALCOHOL t AND THE BODY A nlhrr Clean 1nperatr HnltlU ae the Arm of III 1ouna Ion About seven years ago Bcnnle Nlch ojs a 11yearold Hchoolboy was carelessly handling a gun It was accidentally discharged and a heavy charge passed thnmgh his arm al most tearing It from tho body shatter lug the bone In several places and lacerating the flesh until It hung In strips from tho bone An old soldier who helped to care for tho boy until tho doctor could gel there said ho never saw as sickening a sight upon any battlefield or saw as fearfully a lacerated wound When the doctor came ho made Immediate preparations to amputate tho arm The boy begged pltlotuly that It might not be cut off Moved by his pleading tho physician took the father to ono side and this to him Mr Nichols If that were any other mans boy In this whole township i would amputate that arm al onto lu the only chance to escape blood pot YOU OAVK YOLlt BOY IUHK WOOU coning lint I know you never touched beer whisky or tobacco in your life You gave your boy pure blood and you have brought him up In tho same way I tako tho chance Watch him cloudy and if blood poisoning appears well remove the arm at once The boys arm healed perfectly though frightful scars will always mark It Repeatedly the doctor has told hint Young man you can thank your father for your good fortune lC there had been any alcoholic taint there youd have had but ono anr now This boy Is our own nephew and Wo know these facts to bo exactly- as stated What was a total abstinence father north to this layLora S La Glance In Plnovllle Democrat- TEMPERANCE NEWS NOTES The Russian government is spending millions In establishing tea houses and temperance pleasure houses to win the people front drunkenness Tho British MedMI Temperance association has now GIG members nil qualified medical men and 327 asso ciates who are medical students Nearly JOOO Swedish soldiers sent In a petition to tho authorities recently aslkng for tho prohibition of the sale of liquor In their army canteen In St Louis there Is to be seen what Is claimed to bo the finest saloon In the world Its name IB most appropriate the Broken Heart Admission Is by card which children distribute free all over the city Close upon 60 years Ago SO men were discharged from Sweeney New Colliery near Oswestry for being abstainers Now teetotalers are prcfeircd In the Thames Iron works there are nearly too workingmen teetotalers- In time legislature last winter the plan of resubmission was overwhelmingly voted down It was then supposed tho cclicmo was checked for at least two years The rumor now Is that the liquor oligarchy has organizers going over tho state forming clubs of resubmission Should the attempt be made In time next legislature we have no fears as to the result Meantime It behooves the friends In that state to roe that only truo and trusty men are sent to tho leg islature AVhrr Doctor Arr Xrrilnl To a young medical student who camo to Sir Benjamin W Richardson for ad vice as to where It would be best to get a practice Sir Benjamin replied Take my advlco and dont settle In any town without a public house saloon These teetotalers not only have no accidents but when wounded they heal so fast that there Is neither pleasure nor profit after tie first dressing RUMDOM BUMDOM DUMBDOM A Parable In lllnlrnlr chI Tralb unrillitK Ihr lion of In Irnuirrnnrr A certain man had thr e el a named Rumdom Bumdoii and DtmbcrO this old mans name was Christendom Rumdom and Bumrton won really stepsons of tho old man but nil the oilman paid all their bills and fed tboin at his own table he found It illltloult to convince the wayfaring man that they were not blood relations Uiimrtom was little and fat and farseeing by profusion a wizard who lived In an atmosphere of uplrlM It was ho who offered the family Ioarl flccs managed their politics anti illi eat bread by the sweat of hU con FclencoBtimdon was a twin brother not too fat nor too well dressed but a stirs enough brother and a necessary part of the combination It was he who ro llcvwl tho family life of any peaceful monotony overmuch qulctnesi or lack of excitement numbdom wan a hard working giant of a fellow who provided for tho fam ily so named because he was the dumtMt one of the whole dumb fam ily though he knew how to CtN and haw without the aid or consent of any other nation Among the various labors that Dumbdom performett ho tilled the soil and raised 10 bushels of grain all of which was needed by the family and the neighbor In the process of time Rumdom di vlned it scheme to enrich the whole family Ho proponed to offer one of the bushels of grain M a sacrifice oa the altar of booze ROIl from its niitrt tying remains he would rail forth spirits which would rival the falrle of old In their midnight wandcrlnpt and trifling with gold The old mnn and boy liked It riot It seemed like a uta of grain and the iiplrlU which nv nded had a sulphurous atnlln and did not do a strictly rash btmlneita Rumdom argued that It would raise tho price of grain give employment to himself and comic good times lie finally convinced the family by laying 14 cenU for the bushel of grain and giving tho old man a dollar for an In dulgence So numbdnm wont hit way merrily jingling the U cents nail the old man was umbflo that be could not well keep hoiuo without the dollar Now It came to paw that when Rum dom offered his sacrifice and called forth tho spirits of home lie very generously turned them over to kin broth er Bumdom for 1185 nearly enough to pay for the other rI buftfatl of grain and ho said Go to Th ro U money In It With bin newly purchased kptrlta Bumdom proceeded to go at once on an extended excursion into Boosc land and straightway his wnndcrlns mind pommel Itself of at least S 1000000 of Booic wealth a clear gain of J39S71C on his lnv tmtnt betide he foil confident that be wild whip Any man on the street In the recklessness that U born of suddenly acquired wealth Bumdom became hi larious and In his extravagance whipped his wife and smashed 10 worth of furniture for tle old man Indeed he behaved in badly that hU spirit companion disappeared with nil his new found wealth and IHioIil ho was as other men tin tho same fix Then did the faulty tape council together and did lulM a calnbixmj anti put Bumdom within and did feed him at their own cxpeiuo and did duty a man to watch and chastise Mm Now an Bumdom had no money tn pay tho damages the old man turned to the boyu for help hut that son of Belial Rumdom said Go to Potts Phi I not give you a dollar and net back no change Then was the old man abashed and said The point Is well taken my dear but for your money I might be In tho poor house Then did the old man require the same from Dumbdom who willed lha bill to save the family from bank ruptcy and to give vent to his feeling he lifted up his voice and cursed the trusts the tariff foreign Immigration other nations and the other political partyNow It camo to pass that tho family had n great powwow to consider their troubles and Uumhdora said These are hard times have raised toot enough for all tho family but my brother Bumdom has had nit money to buy on the other hand I have been at a great expense to feed anti clothe him what shall I do Old teen Christendom said Thnso are hard times have had to spend more to repair broken furniture this year than over before and that toy who ought to help support time family has not given mo a conli but on the other hand ho has been no drunk and disorderly that I have been compelled to hlro a roan to take caro of him How shall I meet my ex lienscI Then did Rumdnm look wise and any- Time spirit supply Is running low will buy another bushel of grain and give another dollar for the prlvllcgn of selling tho spirits to Bumdom but I shall expect you to see that hlti wlfo docs not disturb mo In my buslncsot Then did they clasp him In their strong arms and say We need that 131 the ono who interferes with you will have the whole family to whip They didnt see the point Do you Rov II II Slmdduch In New Era Thr llrform llrrtvrm Tho president of the Indiana Brewers association Is planning u movement of reform among the ralnnni He says the discreditable saloon must go Ho says there are hundreds of saloons In Indiana run In such a manner an to luring reproach upon the business People who try to conduct drinking places as they should be conducted have to bear tho odium of tho disgraceful ones If President Schaff would reform the business ho must first reform the drink Ella mate tho alcohol from Iti f 0 MArITHE SAND I know a man With face of tan nut who In ever kind Whom girls and boys 0 toysIachetentlde When day grows dim They watch for Mm lie cUlmjHeOf reaming town The Sand ylan U hi natn When Aparklln eyes Droop sleepy wipe And busy llpt grow dumb When little lieaifs betsN coma JOIINNV BIRAKS tePowHIHut he make your yalld as havy AI lead And thin you got to go off to bad I dont think I Ilk tlio SandMan Nut Ive barn playing this livelong day platOhma Im the sleeplfit Mlow that ever you saw I think I do Ilk thn SandMan Paul U punbar In fhlrngo Dally Nt ws EDUCATED OYSTERS fihonli fur IHtHltr Arc XnlnlMlnril nlr 101FA school for oyatrrs nld ti Phil adelphia denier In flab U nn ln tltu tlon that you would awpjr could not exlif for oysteri arc notorious for their rtupldlty It la however a tart that there ore many oyster schools An oysters Intelligent U limited but It has IntrlllRpnre Years ago a cer tale wlso fish dMlcr discovered that If you take an oyiter uddjnly front 1U ubbqucnu bed It open Its shell whereupon the llfpglvlnj water Inside it all escapes and the oyatfr dies Hut If you expose nn oyster In the air Kradtiall lifting It out of tho watnr for a fow minute and then returning It again It gradually learns that to keep In shell closed when out of tho water Is the bent thing for Us health Then Investigators found that they could take two oysters one trained and one untrained and the trained oyster keeping Its shell closed while out of the water would live a long time while tho untrained one opening IU shall would die In a few hours There Core tralnlrg school for oysters wore established Tie iHhoolo are In ap jwarancc nothing more than reservoirs full qt water Oysters are put In them nnd the water U drained off and then returned again It U kept off for a few minute at drat then for ten min sites then tar half nn hour and no on Oyatcra In tnrsc school learn that they will live longest and live health lest out of water If they hold their fchclla shut tight An soon as they learn this they are graduated and go out Into tho worlllN V Weekly DANCING EGG TRICK A llllle Hiperlment fur llny unit Utrla That It pure to Irove ln k IerLIrlrRllnay- To execute this little experiment you t newt a hard bolled egg and a smooth china plate To be sure that the ex periment Is going to be succestful keep tho egg In a perpendicular position while It Is being boiled Place the plate upside down on the table allowing It to stand out a little over the edge of the table to bo able to catch It quickly with your hand Place tho egg In the cen er of the plate handIf TUB UANCINU ceo land the Index linger of tho right hand on both ends of the erg give It a sudden twirl causing It to turn around In quick motion Tho egg will gradually stand on Sue end then you grab the plate and all you have to do Is to keep the egg oIn motion which Is not difficult Phil ndclphla Press Roy Miont n IIlK Hour About ua proud a boy as there Is In the entire Adirondack region Is little Jack Stearns an 11yearold New York boy who shot and killed a bear With his mother Mrs John Noble Stearns the little Now Yorker Is a guest of the Adirondack League club and It was near the Coombs Spring hatchery of that organization that the youthful hunter laid Bruin low Dave Charbonneau gulde was with tho hoy when the bear was killed Ho says the nlnmal was 100 yards away from tho boy when the shot wan fired Tho first attempt was sue cessful The bear weighed 250 pounds MOUSYS QUEER HOME Looked Around for a Satiable Locu lion fur Mount Tlmr and then nettled la Oriole Pes Once a Mother Mouse started Out to find a home for herself and live tiny baby mice as soft as velvet and ai pink as the bottom of u babys foot First she looked Into an old woolen stocking In tho attic under the eaves and nearly decided to take It because It was so warm and comfortable Still there were other things to consider In selecting a house There was no view from the front door for one thing It opened right upon the shingles of the roof and there would be difficulties In educating the babies so far away from tho alning room She was an ambi tion little Mother Mouse and hoped to see them all do well In life ar smart little mice should So she decided not to take tho stock Ing house and went to see a hatbox next where there was a pretty little bonnet crown lined with white silk all ready to go to housekeeping In There was only one objection to this and that was a tenant could not be cer tain of the lease The owner of this attractive bonnet house likelyas not the next bright day would take It into her head to wear the thing though for what pur pose It was beyond tho average mouse to understand There was such a fine veranda too made by the bonnet rim where the babies could play tar and hide and seek In the chiffon It real TUB onioLt a NIJST ly seemed n great pity not to be able to secure such a desirable hoiino and Mother Mouse went back to take ansi more walk on the wide porch and nib ble a mouthful of while ostrich feath ers that grow by the sloe of It These she would Use In making a cozy cor ner when she should get settled She was still In doubt where to locate when I first met her There was a swinging seat out on Ilhe big porch close by the screen of diningroom window An armful of cattails leaned up In the corner and right above them hung an orioles nest looking Just like a work bag covered with coarse gray lace While sal there In the twilight Lady Mouse came climbing up tho screen with her cunning little feet Just an you would climb tip a ladder I watched her until the bell rang for tea and told the family about our visitor Then wo forgot all about her One day not long afterward we were all out there with books and sewing when someone noticed a tiny ball of gray fur on the floor tinder the orioles nest What do you suppose it was The smallest dot of a baby mouse and the poor little thing was quite dead How did It get there everybody asked and then I remembered Mrs Mouse and her trip up the wire screen She has a nest In those cattails said some one So we all looked but there was no mouse nest in the cattails Maybe Its In the orioles nest Bald somebody else- Nonsense Its too high up He sides mice dont nest In bird houses said the others tallestigled close together in milk weed silk aud ostrich feather quilts were four other tiny baby mice with skin like pink velvet covered with a soft down like tho bloom on a peach Probably the other baby wanted to see the world too soon and lost his balance and so fell down and down to tho hard floor under the cattails Poor lit tie venturesome baby mouse Tho rest of them behaved as little mice should and are probably living to a good old mouse ago by this tlmo No doubt they have lived In a great many houses but they could not hope to find a daintier homo than an orb ales nest Could they Detroit Free Press Cut Wised In the cloak W G Sanderson a Salem S D business man has In his store n cat which Is remarkably Intelligent The animal appears to think that Its espe clal duty is lo wind a large clock which occupies a conspicuous position In the store Tho timepiece Is of the kind that has weights suspended by a chain Tho remarkable Intelligence of the cat Is displayed whn It discovers that tho weights are getting close to the floor and winds them bark by pulling on the other end of tho chain It attends to this regularly never permitting tho clock to run down Ttin Proper Pronunciation Chaunccy Dopcw went Into a high class restaurant the other day and to his surprlso discovered oleomirgarinn upon the table Come hereH tie said to the waiter How do you pronounce oleo ma t gnr n eT And the In telligent servitor of tho magnltlcent palace of pleasure at once rospondnt I pronounce It butter air or else I lose my Job J = THE CUBAN TREATY Presidents Message to the Extra Session of Congress He Urges Its Ratification and Deems Such Legislation Is Demanded Not Only By Our Interests But By Our Honor AVaMilnBtun Nov IOThe following message of the president was sent to the lonlrp11I Tuesday To the Senate and Iluuse of Representa tives I have convened tho congress that It may conslilrr the legislation necessary to put Into operation the commercial treaty with which was ratlflod by the senate at Its lart session and subse nuenlly by the Cuban government dIn such legislation demanded not only by our Interest but by our honor We can nut with propriety abandon the course upon which we have no wisely embarked When the acceptance of the Ilatt amend meat which required from Cuba by the action of congress of the United States this government thereby definitely corn mitted Itself to the policy of treating Cuba ai occupying a unique position as regents this country It was provided that when the island became a tree anil Independent republic the ihould stand In such close relation with ut as In certain respects to como within our system of International pol icy i and It necessarily follows that she must also to a certain degree become In cluded within the lines of our economic policy Hltuateil as Cuba Is It would not be possible for this country to permit the strategic abuse of the Alan by any for eign military power It Is for this reason that certain limitations have been Im poicri upon her financial policy end that naval stations have been conceded by her tp the United States The negotiations at to the details of these naval stations ore 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 Interest In the waters south of us These Interests have been largely In creased by the consequences of the war with Hpaln end will be still further lf criiincd by the building of the Isthmian canM They are both military and coo bonito The granting to us by Cuba of the naval stntlnn above alluded to la of the utmost Importance from a military standpoint and Is proof of tho good faith with which Cuba Is treating us Cuba has trade great progress since hrV mile pendence WHS established She has advanced steadily In every way Hhe al ready stands high among her slater to publics of the tuck world She Is loyally IIhdlIsThe treaty submitted to you for approval secures to the United States eco nomic advantages as great as those given tn Cuba Not an American Interest tJ narrlllcftl Ily the treaty n largo Cuban market U secured to our producers It Is u market which lies at our doors which In unready large which Is capable of great expansion and which Is eclally Im portant to the development iJJ our export trade It would be Indeed shortsighted for us to refuse to lake advantage of Mich opportunity and to force Cuba Into making arrangements with other coun tries to our illrudrantsce This reciprocity treaty stands by Itself It Is demanded tm consideration of brWu national policy as well as by our eco nomic Interest It will do harm to no In dustry It will benefit many Industries It Is In the Interest of our ixople ns a whole both because of Its Importance rom the brunt standpoint of Interna tional policy nrd becAuse economically It intimately concerns us to develop and se cure the rich Cuba fXnrket fur our farm ers arllsatta merchants anti manufac turers 1lnally It Is desirable on n guar anty of the goad faith of our nation ward her young sister republic to the south whose welfare must ever be closely hound Math ours 1te gave her liberty We are knit to her by the memories of the blood and the courage of our soldier who fought fur her In war by the mem cry of the wisdom and Integrity of our dmlnlfltratnra who saved her In peace and who started her so well on the diffi cult path of self government Wo must help her onward and upward and In helping her we shall help ourselves The foregoing considerations caused the negotiation of the treaty with Cuba and its ratification by the senate They now with equal foreq support the legislation by the congress which by the terns of the treaty In necessary to render It operative A failure to enact such legis lation would come perllloimly near a repudiation of the pledged faith of the nationI here with the treaty as intended by the senate and rntlftM by the Cuban government TMEODOIIB ROOSEVELT White House Nov DETAINED BRITISH SHIPS The State Department Notified That They Have Been Released Washington Nov 12The state Ill partment has been Informed that tho two Itrltish ntcamshljw which wore de tained at tho port of linens Ventura by the Colombian government with tho intention of using them to transport troops to the Isthmus have been released and have loft that port Tho British government knew noth lag of tho detention of these British vessels until notified by the state department through the embassy hero It was tho Intention of the navy depart went to have tho Colombian authori ties Informed that no troops could be landed on the Isthmus from these Yea sols but their release and departure from Huena Ventura without troops made this course unnecessary The state department has dec 1Ged to request th authorities at Panama t receive Gen Hoyes who Is going to tho Isthmus on a peace mission front Bogota It estimated that he cat not reach his destination within twc weeks A Suit For Back Taxes Jackson Miss Nov nTho rove nuo agent filed suit hero Tuesday to recover 1035000 back taxes said to bo due to tho state from tho Chicago St Louis New Orleans railroad now n part of tho Illinois Central Railroad Co Street Car Strike Declared Off Wuco Tex Nov 12Tho strike begun September 27 last of tho street car motorman of local Np 8U of tho Amal gamated Association of Street Car and Electric Railway Employes of Amen 70 was declared oft Ivy the strikers Kentucky Intelligence MET ON A CURVE Six Men Killed and Two Injured One Probably Fatally In a Wreck Louisville Ky Nov 1310 heavy freight trains ono of them a double header collided In a dense fog near New Hope Ky on the Knoxvlllo di vision of tho Louisville Nashville early Thursday killing six trainmen and Injuring two one probably fatally The trains met on a reverse curve at the top of an embankment 30 foot high The three engine were completely demolished and nearly every car cf both trains landed at the foot Jf the flll Fire soon broho out and 15 cars of merchandise and coal were destroyed Special relief trains wore sent from this city and Lebanon and the bodies at the trainmen were reeov erect about 10 oclock Hume who was the only one of the men found allvo under the wreckage had his Jaw torn off and was otherwise badly hurt The corps of rescuers had after much dif ficulty taken Hiimo from under a car of coke and were bearing him towards the special train when a carload of gunpowder reached by the flame1 ox ploded with terrific force Fortunately none of the rescuing party was In jured Brakeman Winkler Jumped and was badly hurt Passengers wore transferred around the wreck It waa late In the afternoon before the track was cleared hollowing Is a list of casualties Th deadM S Cannon engineer Lebanon Junction i td Sturgis engi neer r Louisville Moreland Graves engineer Lebanon Junction John Roy nolds fireman London Ky i John Leach fireman Lebanon Junction vm IydeCj flromap Louisville Ky The Injured Hold flumes brakeman seriously and taken to Elizabeth hos pital Lebanon J A Wlnklcr brake man Injuries not serious BLOODY CONFLICT Baptist Minister Killed and Three Seriously Injured Brlnkley Ky Nov 13On Quick sand creek a few miles from here John Green Baptist minister was kill ed Brice Green and John Green jr wore seriously cut and William Han shoe was fatally stabbed while the ministers horse was shot dead under him Wilson Hanshoc jr and Brlco Green became Involved In a fist fight and the elder Hanshoc and Green tried to sep arate them when John Green Jr drew his revolver and began firing at Wil son Hanshoe sr Wilson Hanshoe Jr also began shooting All the others drew knives and fought at close range Both Claim a Majority Louisville Ky Nov 13 Returns from all tho counties In the Eleventh congressional district with only a few precincts missing give Dr Godfrey Hunter 5022 D C Edwards 3849 John D White prohibitionist 2004 These figures are disputed by Ed wards who claims that the official count will give him a majority of over 00 Struck An OH Lake Burkeavllle Ky Nov 13The New Domain Oil Co drilled In well No on tho Heard farm In the Salt Lick Bend oil field At a depth of C90 feet oil was struck and tho auger fell a dis tance of 12 feet thus indicating that nn oil lake is at the bottom of tho hole Heavy Revenue Receipts Lawrenceburg Ky Nov 13Tho receipts at the oftcs here of Stamp Deputy Miss Mary Goggln for tho month of October were 18781770 The collection for the corresponding month of 1902 were 13317480 an In crease this year of J51U4290 Exempt From Taxes Frankfort Ky Nov 13The court of appeals decided that property own oil by the Young Mens Christian asso elation Is exempt from taxation be cause time institution 1s a public char- Ity with educational features Chief Justice Burnam dissented1 Bath County Farmer Passes Away Owlngsvllle Ky Nov 13After a few days Illness John F Johnson one of the most prominent farmers in this coupty died of pneumonia Mr John son was n confederate soldier during the civil war and was a member of the local confederate camp Death of Lewis Walter Hill Covington Ky Nov 13Lewls Walter Hill of this city tiled Thurs tiny evening Ho had been taken to Speers Memorial hospital Dayton Ky where nn operation was performed for appendicitis Mr Hill was 29 years old and very popular Editor Walton Fined Lexington Ky Nov 13Edllor W P Walton was fined 25 and costs In Magistrate Paynes court on the charge of assault with a pistol on Dave Grit fith his former foreman Walton claimed that Griffith attacked him with brass knocks Irvine E Allen Fined 300 Jackson Kv Nov 13Tho Jury In the case of tho commonwealth vs Irvine K Allen rendered verdict fining Allen 300 for shooting ort Wash Nobles thumb noil six months ago Tho trouble came up over a disputed haul way for logs Store Is Robbed Winchester Ky Nov 13Tho store of James King at Flanagan was robbed Tao safo was battered and tiN ken but resisted all efforts to open 1t Bloodhounds were procured but the Jurglara evidently escaped on horse back FIFTKISHTH CONGRESS Extra Session Washington Nov 10 Congress met Monday In extra session organized and adjourned until Tuesday Washington Nov nTht house was In session less than half an hour Tuesday an early adjournment being taken out of respect to the memory of two deceased members The presi dents message was read and referred to the committee on ways and means the membership of which Is yet to be announced The message also was or dered printed The speaker announc ed the committees on rules and mileage Aside from malting provision for the payment of mileage of members no further business was transacted Washington Nov lSonateSeveral hundred petitions protesting against Reed Smoots retaining hla seat as junior senator from Utah were tiled In the senate Wednesday Most of these were offered by Senator Bur rows chairman of tho elections committee though nearly every state reg istered objections through petition filed by their senators Churches re ligious organizations of all kinds unl versities colleges and other educa tional Institutions are among the or ganizations which have filed protests Some of these petitions charge that Senator Smoot has practiced polygamy while others rest their objections on the charge that ho Is a member of an organization which countenances the practice of plural marriage Among the public bills Introduced Wednesday were To repeal the bankruptcy act to establish a service pension and give to each man who served for 90 days in the army or navy of the United during the civil war a monthly pensionI of not less than J12 to amend the immigration laws to reorganize the con sular service to erect a monument to John Paul Jones to prevent the dese cration of the flag to place hides on the free list to provide for the repayment of unexpended money deposited for platting mining claims to author ize the purchase of lands In Shanghai China on which to erect wharves warehouses etc for the encourage ment of commerce to prohibit the adulteration of food U prohibit tho introduction of misbranded salmon from one state into another providing for the election of United States sena tors by direct vote of the people extending tho right of suffrage to women making It a misdemeanor for an unauthorized person to wear the in signia of Spanish war veteran societies Increasing the salaries of rural free delivery carriers making them 900 per annum establishing the Uni versity of the United States to pro mote the efficiency of the life saving service Houc But little business was trans acted Wednesday ItepresentatlvoW W Kltchin Introduced a resolution providing an article to the constitution prohibiting national or state leglsla tion establishing or supporting any religion or prohibiting the free exercise of religion Also a resolution repeal ing the pith amendment to the consti tutionWashington Nov USEnatcThe following bills were introduced In the senate Thursday By Senator McCo mas to establish the eighthour day and also a bill creating a commission to Inquire into tho condition of the colored people of the United States by Senator Hopkins authorizing the taking of an agricultural census in 1905 Senator Allison appointed the following committee to reorganize the committees of the senate Hale chair man Gallinger Hansbrough Burrows Foraker Penrose Foster Wash Quarles Scott Senator Clapp Intro duced a bill appropriating 30000 for a suitable monument in Washington to Gen Frederick William Steuben of the revolutionary war HouseRepresentative Payne Thurs day Introduced In tho house a bill mak- Ing effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty The measure was at once re erred to tho ways and means commit tee Mr Roberts rep Mass Intro duced a bill removing ttl tariff on bi tuminous coal containing less than 90 per cept of fixed carbon and slate also a hill removing the duty on hides Representative Loserlns Mass rein troduced his bill of lust session to make the currency responsive to the varying needs of business The speaker announced tho wirys and means committee as follows Republicans Messrs Payne N YX ailzcll Pa Grosvenor 0 Tawncr Minn Mc Call Mass Babcock WIs Mctcalf Cal Hill Ct Botitello Ilk Watson hut Curtis Katl Democrats Messrs Wllllamw Miss Robertson lA Swanson Vr McClellan N Cooper lTexK Clark Mo The Portland Exposition Washington Nov 11n a bill In traduced In the senate Wednesday by Senator Mitchell the government Is asked to appropriate 2123011 to aid In the celebration of the explora tion of tho Oregon country by Capts Mcrlwetticr tewis and William Clark The Lewis and Clark exposition will he held lit Portland Ore commencing May VJOv and ending November 1 I15p Julia Marlowe III Chicago Nov lJlllla Marlowo was unnbto to play at Powers theater Thursday night because of a severe cold and the management was com pelled to dismiss time audience It Is said that the actress Illness is not serious The DIRucinlLabaucherc Wedding Florence Italy Nov 151aryuls Carlo TMiludlnl son of tho former Hat Ian premier and Miss Dora Laboa chere daughter of Henry laboucbere proprietor and editor of thc London Truth nacre married Thursday L CharnbsrlBln Cough Remedy li pleaJoa to Take Tho finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I ihave used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is tha best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it aDdI ForIFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky Capital aDd- Surplus 180000 11 Wo solicit your patronage I JAMES BENNETT Pit S S PARKES Guider Cured or Tilts after to ysars Mr C Hanoy of Geneva 0 bad the piles for 10 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured him pormaneutly Invaluable for cuts 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 felts Sold by East End Drug Co ZWe psnmptly obtain uH and Foreign j IreA BemnvkabU Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep eeted on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E FennerMarion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of ODe Minute Cough Cure She says Thor I coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in from 149 to 92 pounds Itried a odies to no avail until DumberofreJaI ute Cough Cure wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cold strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold End Drug Co byEutI Order fo- rRegal Shoes i Watch acid clock repairing an tfeii specialtiilt of Williams shop Agency for Ml ft N Laundry Take All your troubles to Wes Work gtiaraatotd EARLY RISERS a TH2 FAMOUS LITTLE IULtsi FOJ quick relief from BiliousnessI Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles arts Inc from an Inactive or slujclih liver DtVltts UiHla Eary Risers are uo equaJlsd They act promptly and never gulps They are so dainty that Is a pleasure to take them One to two act ass mild laxative two or tout act as a pleawol and rfte tlvs cathartic They are purlyregetabl and absolutely narrajss They Ionic the liver- TUIOEUUCANSUmTTMI rowan I C DWtt Co Vlsfcsje tE zal At THE CITIZEN e FIRED FATAL SHOT McDonald II SaId to have Dared Furlong to Fire St Joseph Mo Nov 1C Irving McDonald n young business man anil wealthy was shot and killed by J F Furlong a traveling man whose home Is given by him as at 2332 How nrd street St Louis Furlong says his act was In sclf defense as he was assaulted by four meu and shot only when ho believed his life to be In danger When arrested ho had arc volver In his pocket one chamber was empty William n Lynch a tray cling man from Cleveland 0 a memo ber of the party was detained at police headquarters for two hours but was finally released In company with Mrs Lester My rick and Grace Holt of Tho Cover nors Son company and several other friends Furlong and McDonald went to an Edmond street cafe after the performance of Tho Governors Son They are said to havo been drinking freely The party left the cafe and accord ing to the police words passed be tween the two and Furlong drew a revolver Placing the weapon against McDonalds stomach Furlong hesl tated a moment McDonald dared him to fire and Furlong pulled the trigger The women are held as wit nessesRussia Preparing For War St Petersburg Nov HThere Is much satisfaction hero over the ro suit of the czars visit abroad It is believed that a complete undorstand ing was reached with Germany and France regarding the near and far east making for peace and rendering Russias rear secure In the event of future hostilities with Japan While the danger of hostilities is considered over for the present despite the war like tone of the eastern dispatches It Is realized that the settlement Is merely patchwork A high official said Russia wants peace but she Is ready for war Japan finding us pre pared fears the test Women Fill Pulpits Cincinnati Nov lCoer 100 pul dpits In Cincinnati and Ohio and Ken suburbs were occupied Sunday morning and evening by ladles who ore delegates lecturers organizers or other attendants at the thirtieth na tional convention of the Womans Christian Temperance union At the same time 30 visiting clergymen of the Ohio Antl Saloon league occupied other pulpits The delegates and others left on a pllgrlmago to Hills boro 0 where the crusade started In 1873 and where Mother Thompson nnd other original crusaders still re side a Three Thousand For Kisses Albany N Y Nov 13Tho appel late division has sustained the judg ment obtained by Miss Frances Petit who was awarded a verdict of 3000 to for 1236 kisses The case comes t from Saratoga county where a black smith named Tittlemoro courted Miss Petit for 14 years during which time she says ho kissed her 1236 times j She says she knows because she kept an account of the number of kisses in her diary Miss Petit brought suit for 50000 for breach of promise After he lost the case Tit tlemoro went into voluntary bankr- uptCY nk From Ohio Arrested Nov 1C Another of ICr designated by the po presidential cranks was ar rested in the White House grounds Ho gave his name as David Fry his ago as GO years and said his home was at Tippecanoe City O An exam ination of the papers found on him developed that they were on social idle and anarchistic subjects Fry says ho has no relatives In this coun try Ho says he has a particular friend in Frank Davis who resides at Tlppe canoe City 0- Pulled Tongue Loose Rochester N Y Nov 13A war- rantl has been Issued for the arrestor Miss Hattie Bodlne who teaches In West Barre Orleans county Leonard Standish a 10yearold pupil did something to annoy Miss Bodlno She commanded the lad to put out his tongue and when be complied she took hold of It and save it a Jerk wrenching It loose from the roots Accidentally Killed I Charleston S C Nov 17Colonel E Miller Boyken United States mar I shal under President Cleveland and a Ifadlng banker of Camden killed himself i accidentally Ho left his house to I Shoot a hawk and was discovered dead an hour later while his Un was found leavIng against tho other side of tho fence He was president of several large corporations Wichita Track Remeasured Wichita Kau NOT 12Tho WlchI Ita track over which Cresceus trotted in l09i Oct 19 was remeasured and found to be two feet over a mile In length The remeasurement was do manded by the American Register as sociation and will bo submitted as evi denco In Tavor of Cresceus when the t caso comes up before the board of appeals Twentieth Child Dead McKeesport Pa Nov 13 Theo dare Roosevelt Signet tho twentieth child born to W H Signet died at tho family home here aged five months Upon being notified that this child had been named after him the president sent It a check for 100 Snow In the WestI Des Moines Ia Nov UThe first snow of the season fell In Iowa Re ports Indicate that the fall covers the greater portion of the state A light snow has also fell over the eastern part of Ntbraik tin first 01 the rear T1te K i CIIAIHJEI WITH UltiUKRY United States Senator Dlftrlch lust Face Federal Initlrttiirnts Omaha Neb Nov 17Tho Unite States grand Jury returned true hills against United States Senator Charle H Dietrich and Postmaster Jacob Fisher of Hastings Neb charging them with bribery and conspiracy The senator Is charged with accepting a bribe of 1300 from Fisher In con sideratlon of which tho latter was recommended for the postmastershlp atHastingsJudge accepted tho report of the grand Jury making no remarks on Its contents beyond making an or der to tho clerk for filing of the bills Postmaster Fisher was formerly mayor of Hastings and has been prominent in Republican politics or Nebraska for several years Ho has been In Omaha for some time during the Investigation of tho grand jury nnd was to have been placed on the stand to testify before tho grand Jury Result of Politics Washington Nov 17Senator Dietrich and Editor Rosewater of the Omaha Bee have arrived In this city and all inquirers as to the indictment of tho senator were referred to Mr Rosewater who declared that tho in dictments were the result of a polit ical quarrel Mr Rosewater asserted that Senator Dietrich had a good do fense nnd added that he and the sen ator had como to Washington at this time to bring about the removal of District Attorney Sommcrs Ho said they had already been to the White House on this mission Mr Rose water declared that District Attorney Sommers had pushed the charges against Senator Dietrich for the con son that they were politically antagonistic Brigham Addresses Grangers Rochester N Y Nov 17Asslst ant Secretary of Agriculture J P Brigham addressed the National Grange of which ho was master for nine years He urged the farmers to take a firm stand against tho Tyran ny of organized labor and organized capital Both he said were threat ening problems which the agricultural class alone could solve Two Impor tant resolutions were Introduced One from Oregon called for an Investiga lion of the charge that the railroads are charging the government more than they are charging tho express companies for carrying packages The other demanded a compensation for rural mall route carriers which would equal that received by city mall car Tiers A delegate from Ohio sent In a resolution protesting against adoption of the metric system Was Uncle Toms Friend Logansport Ind Nov 13 During the presentation of Undo Toms Cabin hero by a traveling company Frank Marshall a burly negro and son of a former slave rendered In sane by tho whipping of Uncle Tom by Slmoq Iegree leaped on the stage and threatened to kill the actor Uncle Tom Jumped oft the block and took a hand In the flghtbut the negro was overpowering both of them when a policeman suppressed him The performance was broken up by tho In cident Tho negro said his father had been whipped Just as depicted on tho stage and tho memory drove him to madness Trying to Break Strike Chicago Nov 17 Encouraged by the successful operation of a regular service on the Wentworth avenue line the management of the Chicago City railway announced that an effort would bo made to resume traffic on the Cottage Grove avenue cablo line Five hundred policemen will be added to the number already detailed to guard the property of the company Screens have been provided for the grip cars to shield the grlpmen and the trains will be run at a high rate of speed in an effort to prevent crowds from blocking tho tracks Sympathy For Colombia Guayaquil Ecuador Nov 14Con eral Plaza president of Ecuador has cabled to President Marroquin of Co lombia sympathizing with him in the recent events on the Isthmus of Pan ama President Marroquin has re plied thanking General Plaza and adding that Generals Reyes Cabal leros Ospina and Holguin are march ing on Panama with a largo army to subdue the isthmian To Limit Tenure of Office Washington Nov 17Representa tive Gaines Taos Introduced a reso lution proposing an amendment to tho constitution of tho United States as follows The president of the United States shall hold his office during one term of six years and no person baying been president either by election or succession shall be again eligible to that office Escaped From Jail Washington Pa Nov 171aw rence Minor a murderer and Frank alias Tony Pierce convicted of fel onious shooting both colored at tacked Deputy Sheriff Howe In the Washington county Jail hero and se curing the officers keys escaped from the prison Fire Bells Broke Trance Berlin Nov 17Sesins Moyer the girl who had lain since Dec 27 1888 in a trancelike sleep awoko in the village of Grambke near Bremen during the clanging of fire bells Her case had long Interested physicians and had been the subject of various experiments Increase or Veribioni Washington Nov nThe report of the pension bureau show that the pensions Issued during the first four months of the present fiscal year ex ceed the same period of last year by 125 per cent The pension issue last year was the largest in 10 year +HIHHHHlHHI +IH+IIIII+HIHI+IIIHjH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H+H+HHHI+II1IHHIHI + I +H+HHIHI+1IlIlI Mrs J W Stephens is still improv lugTho poem II Perseverance on first page deserves a careful reading Rev A E Thompson was a Rich mood visitor Monday of this week Dr L A Davis of Berea was in this city Sunday Richmond Ianta graphProf niul Mrs Dodge entertained party of College people at dinner on last evening The little cripple child of Tote Bow man died last weekand waR buried in the Berea cemetery- A number of hunters are having fine sport in tho vicinity of Boron now that tho bird law is out Look over Tits CITIZENS classified lead column every week You may find something to interest you Dr LCornelius returned Sunday from a two weeks visit with home folks at Oakley Laurel County Mr Louis Lester and bride have gone to housekeeping on the Lester farm on the Scaffold Cano pike A new restaurant of which Mr T R Pettus is proprietor is now in op eration in the new building recently put up by Mr J E Dalton Miss Abbie Morrow formerly ma tron of Ladies Hall was here for a few lays visit last week with Prof and Mrs Mason and other friends The Thanksgiving number of TIre CITIZEN will be mailed next week on Wednesday morning instead of Thursday morning as usual Mr Chas A King has rented the Fee property and will remove there soon from the Pasco home where he has lived for tho past two years Miss Anna Hanaonjis just starting a class in pyrography Miss Anna is very proficient in this work andshould have a flourishing classI- C you have anything to swap Trio CITIZENS classified 1 adcolumn will do the swapping for you and not charge you much for it either The hill on the street extending from Welchs store to the depot is being put down and graded up so as to make comparatively an easy grade Word comes from Houston Tex from Mrs W H Porter that her mother cannot recover from her sick nose and that they can now only await the end Treas Oaborne has several desirable cottages to rent for families who wish to spend the winter in Bores for the education of their children Address T J Osborne Berea Kentucky- H M Racer is now comfortably situated in his new barber shop just around the comer on Center street next to Mrs Fishs millinery store where he may befound when you wish anything in his lino Rev H M Shouso has been indisposed the past week but is now feeling bettor His pulpit in the Baptist church Sunday was filled by Pro F K Graves At night a general thanks giving service was held Mr and Mrs James Bratcher on Bighill pike returned Tuesday from a weeks visit with Mr and Mrs Jell Roberts at La Follette Tenn Mr and Mrs Roberts moved to Tennes see last January from the neighbor hood of Kingston Misses Euphema K Corwin Elizabeth Williams and Bessie Hoskins of the local Young Womens Christian Association left today for Nashville Tenn to attend the InterState Convention of that organization They willreturn Monday The convention of Young Mens Christian Association of Madison county will be held Friday Saturday and Sunday at Richmond Tho Borea College quartette will furnish music Friday afternoon and night Rev A E Thompson will make the principal address Friday night Berea should send a good delegation Rev H J Derthick is away on a five weeks tour of work under the auspices of tho State Board of his church He expects However in that time to get home tospend Thanksgiving with his family His pulpit at the Second Church was filled last Sunday by Rev Mr Lord a student from Kentucky University Mrs John Harrison of Center street who has been sick with fever for fifteen weeks is now able to sit up a few minutes each day It is thought that her recovery from now on will be rapid Miss Bessie Harrison who has been constant in the care of her mother through her long illness is also sick this week but it is hoped that the sickness will not develop into anything serious With three good moat markets hero Heron people need not lack for good wholesome fresh moats The Davis meat market in tho west end opposite Bickuell and Earlys is open every day with a full supply In tho east end M B Ramsay is still doing busi ness at tho old stand while tho now neat market of Mnssio C Royston next to J E Daltous now building is already getting its share of the busi ness Besides these three shops a large quantity of fresh went is brought in from the country and sold from house to house Some friends and relatives of Mrs James Hart Sr gave her a surprise dinner ou Sunday Nov Ifi 1003 ut her home on Silver Crook It was to celebrate her eightyfourth birthday Those present wore as follows Mr and Mrs Mart Baker Mr and Mm John Davis Mr and Mrs J W lion kins Mr anti Mrs James Gabbard Mr and Mrs Henry Beckuull Mr and Mrs B V VanWinkle Mrs Mary Bongo and children Mrs Mary Davis Mr and Mrs A C Hart and children Mrs J M Hart and Mrs Nancy Robinson of Bores HH 1HH4HKKH College Items HERE AND THERE HHHHHH1HSHHH Sec W C Gamble made a business trip to Louisville on Tuesday anti Wednesday The younger members of the faculty enjoyed flue spread at tho Nichols House Friday night Miss Lou Flunery again entered upon her duties as assistant matron of Ladies Hall last Monday Miss Lucy Brewer is sick at the Hospital this week with throat trouble though it ii not considered riou1 Mrs S L Hong entertained small company at dinner Tuesday evening nt Ladies Hall in honor of MraD B Hamilton and Miss Ella MIlattof Watorbury Conn The lecture Monday afternoon in the upper chapel was delivered by Miss Robinson on Miss Alice Freeman Palmer while Mrs Yocum gave the lecture before the lower chapel section on thA subject What I would do if I were 16 again Ernest B Wells a student hero two years ago who is now a member of tho firm of Cannon C Byer the larg est wholesale millinery house in Lou isville has just been appointed by the Court as receiver for Helburn fc Merk ley the largest retail millinery house of Louisville Mr Wells many friends will be glad to learn of his success A E Boatty for n number of years a student here is continuing his course in medicine at Howard Unl versity Washington D C this year with much success lie is actively engaged outside of his class work being vicepresident of the YMCA manager of the University Band and president of his church Christian Endeavor society Alpha Zeta Literary Society has issued challenge to play a game of football on Thanksgiving day with a team made up from the rest of the institution It is needless to say that the challenge has been promptly ac cepted and already both teams aro practicing A good lively game may be expected The proceeds will go to the Athletic Association to help liq uidate tbo debt A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee GO different games The lint 111I11II lIt Chamberlains Pain Balm is con sidered tho host liniment on tho mar ket writes Post Si Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liuiuiout will heal u cut or bruiso HO promptly No other nllards such quick relief from rheu matic pains No other is no valuable for deep Heated pains like lams back and pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never SIE Night A Scientific Ulitorery Dynpors5a Curo for the stomach that which is unable to itself oven when but slightly dis ordered or overloaded Kodol Dys pepsia the natural juices of digestion and dOM the work cf tho stomach relaxing tho nervous tension tho inllamod imiuileH of that nrgnti nro allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyapopsiii digests what you ont and enables the stomach nUll digwtive organ to traudorin rood into rich blood by East End Drug Co o+olo +o+o +oloO+ooO+OIO+ o +o +o +ooJoo +ooJoolo +o+o +o+o ot oE EVERYBODY i 0 i WEARS i f SHOES i f so why not wear good shoos when we sell you 0 t 0GOOD UPTODATE SHOES t tff tWearo leaders for stylo wear and comfort and you miss j it if you buy Irom us 9 1- t 2andAnything 1can please you in style and pricei f t Call in and look over our various lines so you oar be convinced Yours for business t I Crutcher Tribble i o 0 1 MAIN STREET s RICHMOND KENTUCKY tt- OlOlo +olo+o+o+o+0000+o+o+ooJoo +o+o+00+o+o +o+o +o+o UU DR FENNER 1 Kidney BackacheAlSO All Diear the kidse balder organ AU Lard dwoaje- rbUButl4a paiol female Cure I Dont become discouraged There ta a cure for you U wrlu Dr Koimrr Ho ha spent a llfolltuo curlue jutuchcowsayuur All coaiultatloae its FREE I had suffered for a long tlmo and for three weeks was down la bed inkle to More without great pain because of pass In my back which sereral doctors prooouiced lanhaco They failed to give me say relief whatever A sample bottle of Dr Kfdiey aid Backache Cure greatly relieved me I bought and used two more sad was coapleUty oared al though mr occupation aa a dyer requires ne to be much about water tad often y clothing becomes damp or very wet I hn suffereJ no return of the trouble nor say slgss af rhann atUm Yours truly F TIED HUANDT 213 N Klhrlght St Muncie lid 8Ad by DruiriUU tAr It Ask tor Dr Keonrrs Almanac or Uwk Uookrr nn o+o +O +o t OO+O+O+O =1o IOlO +O +O +O +O +O+OiO +O+o +010 +o+ o 001II Get your BULBS I +o ooJ y LongDistance Phono y 183 o hyacinths Tulips stNarcissus Lily t Flowers Palms Fernsi o Richmond Greenhouses I0+o+o +o+o +o +o+000+0+0 +o+o+o+o+ IIUehmood tIII 1filiIIIIIIH11IIiH +iHHiIl1tH 1ifIII11111h Hits from CRUTCHER I 1 EVANS ITS GOOD IJHHMH 11 1 1 +1 I HHHHHH N 11 1 + 11 HI+ A full line of FUUNITUKE always on hand We invito our friends to make themselves at home at JOPMNH old when in Richmond CAKi ET8 Bud MATTINGS UNDERTAKING SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Phone 47 66 Kodol do for while all red and urinary Itaskache dropsy nocrwarr Feuds Crocu Sacred Cut HIII Berea stand Cmtcher Evans Richmond I Buy Fresh Groceries I Our line of Groceries is always fresh We always keep nice line of Fruits and Vegetables Our Diamond Brand Coffees Prices from ICc to JIGc per Pound Onco used always use- dBread is the Staff Life Get loaf of Mothers Dread or sack ot Snow on the Mountain Flour Delivery from G a m until 9 p m does it Cure supplies Cure Sold cant bottles o a of a a PRESTONS Main StreetCall 33 PORTABLE HOt HOUSE jrirflilliiii itf Orrhurit Qoarlrr fur Snlnr In Uii xl Ilir luwnt- urtculurl CullrKr Where Kvln nrn kept In an orchard br in Odds nt sumo distance from their irillnary iioarlrni temporary sleeping iccominodailnn whim wji also net IH b Blikltrr during uionny or WIt wcnth r biTonrit very doalrable There nre icvcrnl furl of portable liontwra Of Uicsu ono of the best Iu the ono dn icrlbrd liflv which Is In uw at tho MODII IOKTMILK r llOfBK I Iowa RKrlrulitirnl coilcicr Tlw HtuK I traders nlvtn a RWH Idea of Its appear xnca Ilofrsnor Purlin tree tho ful owIng niiilioil of construitlon ThtfeIthe flvo tH pcri of 2x4 srnntlln are runner shape and feet tong Four plates nn rwuilm 8 fret long Three H III of rnftiM are rnt in S foot lengths lUdRw bout II S 23 tat tong Floor leg In of four ISxlC Inch Hoard cut in the renter Stilus and finds nre rur- lrel in with fclncJi drop nldlng wllh grooved Inrh root Inianli 10x12 Mil Into two plmtm without waxto fur the roof TIIt window In thin end In 24x11 Inrlii that in be rout 8x6 feel Door is 2 12x2 23 Sect Where not olher wlio ipii Ilkni the lumber U 2x4 Inrhes If uwd In wintry It should he banked upFarm and Ikinvc WHEN HOGS ARE LOUSY n Ihr Iltrmrr lINal Innuiiuriilf lr uiillri nrtttrf or 1Sanr Ute In No farmer bmUtl wen totemic the presence of lire on his hogs What Is the sense of fe xtlnK 4Ocnt corn to a lot of measly llw which not only live un Its sulwanee after the animal has lllc xled It but that ratine him such InlAllln1l1 that be cnnnot projwrly dl- r1lt food No hog ran Ret as fat as It should whtT It Is lousy Tim coniwloiis nest that it hirt lira would keep ll from pmpetly dlctttlnc and amlmllat IHR IU food Farm that ate clean of lire should be kept eKnn Where hogs on a term aro lousy no paint or expense should be parwl In getting rid of the lice be fore tho winter ataAon Every farm should ham n flipping lank and It will pay to run hon through It once n month teen If thy are not Jouiy much moT K U they are To rid a farm of lice Is not an easy matter U Is not n matter of a day or weeks but dipping keeping clean bs Iii and whltewaihlni pins thnt will In time get rid uf them Where farms are clean every precaution should be taken to prevent the introduction of this nasty pest Yon need to watch carefully the boar tn the brood sow that you pnrchrut this Tall WtJ are sorry to sap that some breeders farms iw lousy No brooder should iierrolt II hot to leave the farm unless M Is qnltr sure that It Is tree from vvrmlti It should always Injure the rcp4tatfon of n breeder to ho cnurht fcpndlnK out n lousy hog There fore the buyer should nlways examine carefully and IIi that the new arrival Is clean and If lousy ne should at once rexlster n complaint BRalnat the fcrceilcr That Is the way 1o reform tho bad methods thnt prevail among the room rsrcless sort of breeders Rural WorldFAf3 ii 4llV 4n Pnnliry Touch There should bo no wasto In the keep Inn of poultry und nir fowls are partial lo nearly all kinds of food they will eonrch for and eccuro much that would not bo avallable for large stock There arc many nrtlcks on n farm that to waste rues ns shaken wheal In the stub b1e fWd tsyeoeds grass otc bu which are converted by the hone lnl PBRS npeoinlly Jn spring summer anti fall Tote Ic a source of profit whtct- ralntedo notlnllIr nnd when tho cos of eggs 1s witlmated It lo hut right to crwM the hens with that which they fine A nock of fowls will pick 11J1an enormous nmtnint of wnsto tooth hi year inclndlnc Injurious Insects nnd n tome farms tire receipts from eggs Tar nlmmt clear profit no expense Inthulr prodnctlon being InnrreilIann arid Fireside ItnilntC Chlrketm for KKR There Is nn old Baying that the wilt pay for tho hcrse before the sale oT thickens line jiald for the saddle and this Is Just about true RftJulng chlclf rnll for profit In tho eggs is the main part of the httalnosB Iho farmer wants to look after But If ho does thlrt he must make a Judicious selection of the hid of chickens ho wound keep If It Is n teas he must know that It It a cross ItrX will lay Never uso a cross made u t CU Acttlog and nonsotting breeds rfehe may do for market birds bat nol- 11I4r and setters Keep the laying hens farm To Jet them run In the damp or rain will chorten up the crop pf rgui Twentieth Century It n useless to try to Farmerj uniform nod of fhcep from Hid nulls rmac A HELPFUL SERVANT Ihe Convrnlriie aAit Kooniimr of a t in ll II Umiiillnn Kliuluc ua Slit I n rut have frequently spoKsn of farm shops und eaKolIno engines for farmers work am just now running all my poor apples through n homemade elder mill and the power Is furnished by a small gasoline engine largely homo constructed ut an CXPCUKO of about 00 The power furnished Is about two homopower This engine will furnish power to saw ordinary wood for stoves It will grind grain and IIOIICH and do nearly ull the Jobs about the farm that take a good deal of time If dune by hand worK It Is not largo enough for silo work The engine Is easily managed by a boy and In fact furnishes un Im mense amount of pleasure to a lad who has any taste for machinery It adds a zest to work The Idea that Ills dim cult to run such an engine Is a mistake My boys have arrange the Igniting of the engine by an electrical spark The cost of running Is about one gallon of axollno for ten hours for each horsepower The rust of running try engine to cover wood sawing grlnditK nd rider making for the year has not ex reeded five dollars Not a small Item Is the readiness with which scythe can be ground hoes sharpened and all of tho farm tools kept In keen working order A large farm would require nn engine from four to six horsepower possibly un eight horno power Nn one ever fcecs the little machine In operation without expressing pleasure nnd surprplsii It has led to tho setting up of n good ninny others not only on farms but In nut shops Ire cream factories etc In fact the use of the gasoline engine and Its general value can hardly hi overe tI mated I should say that It stood for at least one hired man and that In seine vases It would bo equivalent to two or three When connected ulth a lathe It will accomplish a great deal of mend ing of tools and other repairs which would make the saving In a single year rover all the cont of the engine Casa lint should be bought by the barrel and stored at such a distance from buildings that Insurance will not tin vitiated There are ways of wasting n good deal of gasoline nnd this a Judicious form er will look out fur I need not add that a cureless farmer has nn business with an engine A man who iota his tools take earn of themselves vho careless about oiling and recklei about running will soon get Into some iovt of expensive trouble It would probably be best to have a separate building for your engine If possible This building need be very Inexpensive and little more than n shed Mv own engine Is worked In the farm shop1 P Iowell In N V Trib une Iormer u NOVEL POWER WINDMILL ll Wa In Ia r fur INiiirlrni Ymr ttlthuat a l n if IJirn r fair llrpnlr send you a picture of a jwwer wind mill that was built to order for us In 1SS4 und did the pumping water fur over 200 head of horse and cattle for 14 years all was uhl for grinding feed etc It was seven ur tight horse power 12 feet high and 12 feet In dlam eter It would ran In a lighter fInd than any other mill and when wide open a heavy wind would only make 3G ter t NIQUI roAvmi WINDMILL lotions to the mlnulo The outHldo 0 aliaITho Inner wheel roiinlRtid of 12 2x12 tout upright cups thane were het aompleteguvernthug device I ever saw on o mill mil in heavy use for 14 years cost u expeustcould bo raised niatlnstdhlr mill was tho expense the lumber Jrf It costing over coulIlryLpotacompare my own now 14foot wheel believe our old power mill was not nt all dear Unfortunately we lost Iho old power lnll In n lire which destroyed our barns 1898 Ilurnl Now Yorker IVnlliiK Hark lu ul4ijiin have not had much experience In fattening ducks as I always sail nearly WI i raise for breeding purposes and taut never raise enough lo till the orders I net For feeding my voting ducks In the Tall after the corn Uydns to dent I cut It from the cob with a corn knife and feed them and they grow very fast Old ones will get very fat on that once a day and rlJl corn twice a Jay with plenty of fresh water to drink and clean quarters Blther young or old ducks al ways want a clean dry place for the night Dampness is very hurtful to young ducks State will not believe this us they are a water fowl but this has always been ray experience Mrs J W JJJlsbam ID Farmers Hetlsw THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lean In tlc Iiilrrnnllunal frrlmm Stir otfitilirr 11 IfNI8Cunt ii f l Drink =Till 1K8HON TEXT Orov 1il aiO II 2114- I Win a mocker itroiii drink ie rns Inn stud whopotvrr U diitlvtd thrrrby not wIse M Uc nut ttrnoni nlneblbberf Htnong rlotoiu eater ot llrih- II Nor the drunkard und the glutton hall tome to poverty und drolimshall rlottiK ii man with rugs Who hath wor7 who hails sorrow wliu tiuth contention who tiulh lubbllni win lath wounds wit Lout cuueST who lmtt riOmm ofrrNTS Tlity inut tarry long nl the wine they that gu reek mlxtd wine luok tot thou UIK the wine when It U rd whui It Klvfth hla color In the jup whfn It movMh Itnlf aright 35t HIP Inat It Mirth like lrlltnlllnd llliiKfth like un udder Si Thine efea hull behold truhgs worn ii und thln tieurt lml utter jurvtris hint SI Ym thou shall be un he Ihul Ilth lown in the midst of tilt uu or us he that lath upon thp lop of it maul Xi Tiity hove stricken inc nhalt thou tai unit I war not tick thty have btuttn iu und frt It nut wlim ilmll luuuke I will rick it yet atul- notldtllIIIWIble lii iiiiirkriv lrin HUH 1rov 201 Of course these Bfclec ion from the ancient Hebrew Wis domliterature do not bring new IlKlit on the temperance question They simply how tie that to the worlds keeneHt minds there has aiwayti been light and that from time Immemorial liquor has bfcu the curse of the human race Hut the facts stated by this writer with such dramatic power are indisputable und couldnot picture the situation moro perfectly If they had been written In America In 1003 The first great point In the lesson for today In not that wine Is a mocker though It litit mocUs all high ideals and rashes dupes of those who trust It for It lit voluble with promises which It never pays nor to tutu mint for un that strong drink Is i brawler though that Is true an any one who Is familiar with the sights ind sounds about the doors of a sa loon knows The first great point for us In In the words Whosoever srreth thereby IB not wise As the rare advances and men aro controlled pore by reason and less by Inclination tad momentary desire the foolish things will be seen to bo wicked Just is the wicked things are always fool ish Drinking wicked because It In foolish It the tight privilege sod duty of every man to make tho most of himself phytilcally mentally mil morally This he cannot do un lest he rules out the doing of foolish thliiRH There are a great teeny kinds of physical foolishness that are temperance just as truly as drinking Is nnd these should be Included In the illHCUislon of this lesson The worst crime which a buoy can commit Against society and against God Is that which makes him less of a man teas useful as a cltlxtm lets true as a Christian The reasons why the use af liquor U to say the least not wise are brought out as the lesson pro grasses iCh 23 20 SI He not among winebibbers SelfIndulgence or the rclf Indulgent dln 08itlon In costa Ious Nn mat who has any regard for his manhood can afford to run un necessary rinks with thls contagion The wise nine wlll keep out of tempts tion Just as much as posxlble Shall ofofortune to that he who sacrifices his Ideals and tho highest things of life for low sensual pleavureii finds himself In the end without either In housing the lower he loves all Vs 31 32 Iook not thou upon the wine when It Is red In other words do riot be Insane enough to drink anything Just because It looks coed and tastes good and for awhile makes you feel good when you know list It Is really a poison At the lust It bltcth like a serpent It Is deadly The man docs not live who an begin taking liquor or u drug Win moderation with safety because the system does not exist that can re slat the deteriorating effects of those things One can never tell what the direct effect will be limit It will not be pure ly physical They benumb tho conscience destroy will power and kill iclfrcpcct The moderation theory U unsound The only safe course Is entirelyt verses picture tIm reeling mind and impelled uotly of the drunken man One rend dlacusdcanITho principle must bo to overcome practisbarestlass al Princeton last Juno Intem perance he salt Is the typo of all evils because so many others grow ut of It Tho way to attack It Is to ofahow to read sad study you fathers before you send them to college If thenmany shames and sorrows that go with It You reformers provide men with recreations that will root harm them If you want to take away the power of the glided RaloonB- 1KAOTIf At filUdKSTIONS Others have troubles but none has 10 ninny as does the drunkard No one will have the drunkards bitter experiences If he docs not tasto the first cup- Looking tasting sipping draining gnzzl Ing those are the steps by which jne becomes u drunkard The full consequences do not fall upon time drunkard himself Ills family suffers with him Banish the saloon and you safe the home Alnny homes mnltuI saloon mantled tUat there play by one SKILLFUL BURGLARS Aliens Display Most Ingenuity in This Calling KnullOi Iullire trr Siiirl fil nt flit liicfiiult ut Parrlgn Cnlll- ll1If Mkrk Iliriurr Art lcnruliiK That the many alien burglars In Eng land display moro vklll und Ingenuity In the pursuit of their calling than the British members of tin fraternity Is a fact recently acknowledged by h royal cumnilFBlon and generally recognized by the pollie ThesuperiorltyofBill Slke foreign competitors la further evidenced by a burglary at Horaford Common to committing which two Kusslan Poles f unable to speak English pleaded guilty the other iuy- In the JlouUll lon of one prisoner who was caught after a lung and strenuous hunt engaged In by nearly a score of constables mounted and on tout ai implement was found which In regarded by the jollce us the latest thlug In burg lars tools At first glance It seems to be little more than a strip of highly polished steel some seven Inches long tIll purpose of which Is not apparent But by touching a spring a screwdriver pro JtctB from one end Another spring re leases a gimlet a third causes a sharp wedge to project a fourth produces a diamond glass cutter Then when closed this multum In parvo of burglary appliances Is a hammer at one end and a jimmy at the other In one compact little strip of steel that can be easily Tarred In the pocket there ere seven lervlceablo tools The police of London almost dally learn something new respecting the scientific principles upon which burglars go aburgllng They have been known to mite on different occasions the following Implements and chemical prepara lonE Oxybydrogcn blowpipes electric glow lamps tin place of dark lanterns hermit for burning holes Into safes automatic furnaces charged with coke and charcoal for a like purpose mechanical blasts nitroglycerin and dynamite dull Slkes may be pardoned If ho despairs of keeping pact with this kind of foreign competition TO HONOR PIGEONS OF SIEGE Inrl In lrrrt Miinuiiirnt In PrrpMu nit Mrmorlri of IViiltirrrtl llrruro if 1STII Among the military and other celebri ties that Paris has recently perpetuated In bronze and marble none are more worthy of such fame than the little he roes of 1S70 which are now to be ho- nmec4hey arc time carrier pigeons who Bayed to Important a part during the memorable siege Francis Sarcey Edgard Quintet and others set the scheme going and the din tinguished Sculptor Krcmlet has made a sketch of the proposed monument to tho winged olds of the French This repre septa a shield In enamel und on It a pigeon poised with outspread wings ready for night Beneath It a second bird falls dying Its breast pierced by a bullet A third group shows a mother bird hovering over a nest of her young Four slender columns ore Intended to support the shield The monument will be placed either In trout of the Paris city hall or In the Jar din Des Plantes near the approach to the bridge of Austerlltz Oddly enough the actual model of one of these brave little soldiers Is In exist enc A pigeon killed near Blots on return from Tours November 5 1870 was prrseved by M Hoosebecke He ln kept It stuffed In a little cage MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 12 CATTLK Common 12 25 ft 3 2io heavy steers 4 50 tii 4 SO CAIXiSExtra 7 25 HOGSCh packers 4 75 g1 4 JO Mixed rackets 4 fV 4 7- 5SIIEEPExtra 3 25 j 3 35 LAMHS Extra 5 C5 fP 5 75 FLOUU Spring pat 4 50 t 4 9- 51VHiATNo 2 red S5 2 SG No3 winter S S5 COHN No 2 mixed 45 = OATS No 2 mixed 35GV 30 AYENo 2 CJ ff O- litAYCh r timothy f12 75 POItlv Clear family4x13 70 lHUStlJm 7 25 UUTTEIl Ch dairy 12 a Choice creamery 24 AiILESFancy 275 3 00- POTATOESIer bbl 2 25 ii 2 35 TO1JACCO New 3 50 bf 00 Old 6 fr 5 C5 Chicag- oFLOURWinter pat 4 00 4 20 1VIIliATNo 2 red 70144 78 ad 77oCOHN No 2 mixed 0 42 OATS No 2 mixed 3V4 RYINo 2 0 53 POUK Moss 1150 foil C23 LAUD Sttam 6 S7 = JO New York FLOUU Win Btrts 3 05 Q 4 1VIIEATNo 2 red H3 i CORN No 2 mixed fp 49 OATS No 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Gi News of Progress of Worlds Fair Work In Kentucky BIG APPLE AND PEAR DISPLAY Lawn of Kentucky Building Sown In Blue Grass Exhibits of Womens Work Arranged ForDisplay of Hemp Broken by MachineryBeets- Two Feet Long For the Exhibit Mr H R Whltesldes of Louis yule tho well known produce man has bought 10000 barrels of apples in Henderson county where by the way fruit of this kind seems to have flourished moro than anywhere else In Kentucky this yearand fiftyfive barrels are being culled from the entire lot for Kentuckys horticultural display at the Worlds Fair next year The varieties are Den Davis Wine Sap Winter Pearmaln Black Twigs and Rome Beauty The fiftyfive bar rels turned over by Mr Whitesides to the Exhibit Association have been carefully wrapped in two different pa pers each apple separately accord ing to instructions given out by Expo sition officials and have been shipped to Louisville to be placed in cold storage until taken to St Louis next April The Louisville Veteran Firemens Association has unanimously voted to attend tho Worlds Fatr next year in a body It will carry along an old hand fire online used in antebellum days and in a parade on the grounds every member being in oldfash ioned firemans unIformwill doubt less attract a great deal of attention Cal E C Culp the Secretary of the Committee on Ceremonies for the Ex position is arranging a Veteran Fire mens Day and the Louisville lad dies all of whom are close around three score and ten in age will go over on whatever date is selected The two hundred foot lawn in front of tho Kentucky State Building at tho Worlds Fair is being sown In blue grass so it will present an at tractive appearance when the Exposition opens next April 80 This work is In charge of Mr Henry Nanz the Chairman of the FlorIcultural Committee of the Exhibit Association In addition to sowing the lawn In bluegrass Mr Nanz Is transplanting all the beautiful shrubbery native to Kentucky In March he will set out numerous flower beds so tho picture will become more beautiful as spring glides into summer The postmaster at Woodvlllc In McCrackcn county Mr Wade Brown- is very enthusiastic over Kentuckys at St Louis next year and has Iidisplay some very fine grapes and other agricultural products Ho Is also gathering specimens for the Kentucky forestry exhibit at St Louis In the vegetable display to De made by Kentucky at tho Worlds Fair there will bo several beets two feet In length grown by Mr John Knadler of Valley Station These have been put in dry storage and will be hold there until shipped to St Louis with the rest of Kentuckys agricultural display next spring A fine collection of minerals and rlays has been gathered by Mr W V Simmons in and around Nelson county for Kentuckys exhibit at the forlda Fair next year BRIEF AND TO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Seventh Victim of Railway Wreck nt New Hope Olfs Captain Kwrn Will Return to JacksonAlleged 3lur derer Captured Louisville Ky Nov 13 Two heavy freight trains ono of them a doubleheader collided In a dense fog near New Hope Ky on the Knox vlllo and Nashville killing six train men and Injuring two ono fatally The dead are Martin Graves engineer Martin Conner engineer Ed ward Stureea engineer John Rey nolds fireman William Lydcn fire man H H Leach fireman Injured R E Hume head brakeman will probably die A WlnkUr brakeman The freight trains met on a reverse curve at tho top of an embankment 30 feet high The three engines were completely demolished and nearly every car of both trains landed at the foot of the fill Fire soon broke out and 15 cars of merchandise and coal were destroyed Special relief trains were sent from this city and Lebanon and the bodies of tho trainmen were recovered Hume who was tho only one of the men found alive under the wreckage had his jaw torn off and was otherwise badly hurt Seventh Victim Lebanon Ky Nov 1C Reed E Hume tho brakeman injured In the collision on tho Louisville and Nash ville near New Hope Ky died mak ing the total number of dead seven Slashed an Actor Wheeling W Va Nor 13 Ml chael McNeil leading member of the Miss Bob White opera company was severely stabbed in the face by Timothy IlIckey in a saloon at Den wood The company was on Its way from Bellalre and while waiting to take a train at Benwood McNeil and others entered a saloon An argu ment was started by Hlckey and he drew a knife and slashed McNeil un der the eyn Hickey fled to Bellairo but was brought back and placed in jail McNeil formerly resided at Lancaster 0- Mines Again on Fire DIngess W Va Nov 13The Freeport mines the largest in this county arc again on fire and the ofll clals state that no effort will be made to subdue the flames This Is tho same mine that lost several hundred thousand dollars by fire a year ago and the firo was only subdued recently Several miners and officials had narrow escapes for their lives by entering the mine on an Investigation tour Swept by Fire Danville Ky Nov 17The town of Hustonvllle near here was almost destroyed by fire One block was burned entailing a loss of 50000 Among the buildings destroyed are the Wcathorford hotel George Mey ers general store Adams Brothers druggists C A Wheeler dry goods Tore Co general store and Daniel J Adams residence Ewen to Return Lexington Ky Nov 16What is regarded by many in this vicinity as an evidence that perfect peace now reigns at Jackson which recently underwent such a disturbance because of tho feud troubles Is tho fact that Captain J B Ewen his wife and fam ily will again take up their residence In that city and conduct a railroad boarding house Hunters Election Disputed Louisville Ky Nov ILReturns from all the counties In the Eleventh congressional district with only a few precincts missing give Dr God frey Hunter 5022 D Q Edwards 3849 John D White Pro 2064 These figures aro disputed by Ed wards who claims that tho official court will give him a majority of over 300 One Day For Killing Huntington W Va Nov lCJobn- S Farr on trial at Point Pleasant W Va fo r the murder of Owen Ross In this city two years ago was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Judge Guthrlo of the circuit court fixed his sentence at one day in jail and a 1 flue Colored Couple Shot Hopklnsville Ky Nov IGInfurl ated because his sweetheart was starting home from a colored danco near Oak Grove with Andrew Hous ton Henry Young shot and danger ously wounded tho woman and killed Ms rival and then escaped Alleged Murderer Captured Middlesboro Ky Nov laJohn White charged with tko murder of Joe Lester has been captured in Ton nessee and Lodged In Plnevllle jail Handles to Go Higher Louisville Ky NovaThe Na tional Association of Hickory Handle Manufacturers met hero It Is under stood that prices will bo advanced Requisition Issued Jefferson City Mo Nov 17Gov ernor Dockery issued a requisition on Governor Odoll of Now York for tho return of William Zelgler tho baking powder magnate to Jefferson City to answer to the indictment found against him by tho Cole county grand jury Saturday on tho chargo of at tempted bribery in connection with the alum bill loelslntlon In 1901 Cuban Fiscal Budget Havana Nov 17 President Palma transmitted to congress the budget for the fiscal year of 1904 The In come for tho fiscal year Is estimated at J18899COO and tho expenses at 17924000 J y H K Eastern Kentucky News Klx No correspondence published unless signed In fun by the writer The umeIIs not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly i rHII +HIZtHHIIHIIZZI +IIjo Winter term of Korea College ho gins at SA Mon Wednesday D c16 Boron College is providing more and better nccc imnodnMons for sIll dentsnew rooms for young men in Industrial Building and the Williams House and a new dining room for 100 students at Ladies Hall To insure the best arrangements coming students should send one dollar to Treasurer T J Osborne and ask him to reserve a room- MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD Seutial Parks died consumption Tuesday of last week and was buried Wednesday at the Parks burying ground Funeral was conducted by Rev T H Broaddus at tho homo of Mr George Phrks James Bonton of Lexington visited here Tuesday week Rev D C Francis will preach hero Thanksgiving and tho sermon will be followed by a festival for the benefit of the pastor Everybody is invitedJohn Scrivernor of Boatty ville is visiting friends here Misses Lilly and Delia Crawford and their brother Thomas of Irvine attended church here Sunday of last week Andrew Ellis has returned from Cin cinnati Jarred White is tho cham pion tie maker of the community making forty ties in two daysliov Eli Yates of Jackson visited his fam fly here Tuesday and Wednesday of last wlekThe comfort and attrac tiveness of our colored public school building has been greatly increased by a coat of wall paper and a hand some now coal stove- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs Alice Darnell and son Cor nelius left Sunday morning for Spring field 0 Mr Darnell has been there for sometime They will makeSpring field their future homeTho many friends of Mrs Beltio Hays aro glad to know that she has returned from Rupsellville where she has been for nearly a year Miss Clara Tn1Lit who teaches at Moransburg Sunday with her parents Miss Celia Ann Johnson of Germantown was in town during the past woekMr Jas Griffey left Saturday for Dayton 0 Mrs Mary Owens received a telegram from Carlisle Sunday evening bearing the sad intelligence of the death of her husband Wesley Owens Mr Owens had been living in this city for several years and had recently gone to Carlisle his original home Mrs Mary Self who has been ill for some time is reported to bo much betterROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Brita Chasteen of Beren was visit ing friends on Clear Creek Sunday Davis Northan of Boone Ky has moved to Clear CreekMr Wm Shearer of Disputanta and Miss Flora Abney of Orlando Ky were married at the home of the bride last weekWm White of this place was given 90 days at the District Court in Richmond for selling whiskeyThe news has just reached here that Bill Moss Chasteen was killed at Jellico last Friday R J Abnoy has rented the Rockcastle County roller mill of A W Stewart and will run same at is full capacity this winter Thos Gadd has returned from Hamilton 0 and will live at tho James Shearer farm OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Four more years of democracy for KentuckyI armors are very busy gathering their comO B Gabbard was at Booue ville Friday on business Tho Cow Creek voting precinct gave Belknap nil and Beckham2l making a majority of M7 for BelknapYour correspondent and C B Gabbard each killed a wild turkey last Satur day evening There were six or seven in the flock Miss Lucy Reynolds of Cow Creek visited relatives here last weekMiss Jane Moore of Island Creek visited friends and relatives here Saturday and SundayHayden Reynolds of Cow Creek was here Wednesday night Ho went on to Onieda Clay county on legal busi nessTho schools are getting on right well in spite of the bad school houses It is hoped that there will be now houses next year William Duff is making up his cane this week Ho has had it shocked for a month The stave mill on Cow Creek is again in operation after a months shut down Saturday is pay day for tho teach ers Wont they smile when they get their checkptu tho election hold on Nov 10 to elect a Congressman from tho eleventh district two candidates wero before tho people in this county Tho Hon John D Whito and D C Edwards In the Cow Creek precinct Whito got a majority of 10 JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB People here aro thinking and plan ning for Christmas Mr Isaac Deano sold J Han Winkle two milch cows Mr and Mrs Wm Powell spent a few days with Mrs Powells relatives at Whites Station Mrs Hamilton and Mrs Platto of Waterbury also Miss Josephine Robinson of Borea visited the Sundayschool this place Sunday Miss Robinson gave a splendid talk to the school fosse Xoely has purchased now steam engiuo Jno Hale bought an organ from Isaac Deane lor his little daughter Eva Click spent part of last Saturday and Sunday at homeDr and Mrs Dougherty visited Mr and Mrs Jack Rose Sunday Mr C C Hudson went to Boron Saturday Mr Ep Bales who represents the Silver Leaf nursery at Va is here trying to find his stock of trees which were to have been hero Saturday Frank Hatfield returned home yesterday from Drip Rockwhere he has been making pic tures several daysTho schoolat this place will not close until a week after school opens at Beren Those who intend to go to Borea are puzzled because they want to be prompt at tho opening of school and do not wish to miss the exhibition horn Thos Hayes has moved to Clover Bottom Some of the boys are plan ning to go to the upper end of this county near Thanksgiving in search of wild turkeyE B Hntfield went to Borea last week and bought a now wagon Letter From P P Roynolds Sapulpa Indian tTerritoryI want to writo for tho benefit of my friends in Kentucky who maybe plan ning to come hero My wife and I loft Owsley county on the 6th of last April and arrived hero on the Oth and if over we were in a Godforsaken country it was when we lauded here This is the best advertised country I ever saw but only tho good things are told and the bad are left for us poor devils to find out after wo got here Now I propose to tell tho bad things as well as the good so those who may be planning to com hero will not be deceivedas we have boon It is true that a part of this land hero produces well and is fino for vegetables but there is also n part that is so poor rough and rocky that it will not produce anything while other lands though level prairie are almost worthless You cannot buy the land here and get a deed for it outside of a town lot until the year 100C Real estate men corporations and land grabbers now hold fiveyear leases on nearly all the lands hero and are renewing them each year so those who purchase may expect trouble in getting their deeds promptly Many persons have come hero in order to get homes but have been dis appointed and are loaviog Many more would leave if they were ablo to get away The majority of the people doing business here aro not firstclass You cant make a trade or do business with them without getting beat unless you watch very closely Schools aro largely in the hands of men who dont hesitate to speculate on them placing anyone in charge as teacher regardless of qualification who may suit their own selfish pur pose All other business is run on the same principle This has been reported to bo a healthfulcountry That is another mistake They have all the fevers and diseases here that they have in Kentucky Chills is so common horo it isnt called sickness As far as my knowledge now goes should say to my friends who uro in Kentucky or other places If you are not satisfied with your homes and have to move go to most any ono of the States rather than to the Indian Territory As I learn more of tho country I will writo and tell you Yours truly P P RETNOLDS ANOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P Because you never saw one broken down Because they arc all good ones Because they cost less than others BECAUSEI BECAUSE BECAUSE ETCI GET ONE See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky 1u J Biannamaii 11Iock Groceries Dry Goods and Notions I Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry u M + ++ H+ h+ + 1M- l f booniThis space has purchased by The Students Job Print of The Citizen IPrintors t + M +ht ++ 11++ + m ooooooooo ooooooooooooooooo-o oCorn Cobs Coal Wood or Trash will keep n good fire all night In 1 COLES ORIGINAL HOT BLAST STOVES oro Q o Tho Hot Blast from Chicagoo With ApclORlr to the old llrolrn COAl nuekrU g Hnwilrrartn mjr heart are omrttnes of mjp 0 rhllillHwI o now ofashlnndnlboIlln turn lh t new up the tine Il lliprnw1wtthTa heel wed reourk with athlrcr The IniMi was cold Ihonsh the ouUlde wu 0 well on otoThe modern lint Blurt the fiery Plot nlut The Plot meat Irom Chicago we all prl c well o 0 Tile is Ix cau8o thoy are airtight o mud guaranteed to stay long an o used If you want to control the fire in n stove must control tho air 2 supply oothorstovomanufacturelo can be guaranteed to stay airtight o o It is time ferturo and the allsteel radiating surface o powerfulo o I S E WELCH Jr Sole Agt iIo o oooocooooc oooooooooooooooo f Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured the use of ParacamphA Reduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimu lates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable Policemen IMotormen Conductors and all those who are on their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PAR ACAMPH in their homes for use at night Give Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost Bite We Guarantee every bottle to do What we claim for it If it fails your money will be refunded 25 cents 50 cents and 9100 bottles At All Good DrofjUU T I For sale by SE WELCH DruggistI