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HHff1111 JAMES MILTON RACER IlIlto end Publisher ird allAl todolet at best lr III WOf- W1eI4uIUIUr VOL VI A Family Paper BERRA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1904 One dollar a venr NO IDEAS i If there wore no Inzincftn in tho world thoru would Iw very littlt poverty Moat of our opjwtunitics nro lost In gaining the exjHjrlenco which on uble uo to tine the teat Thu only thing which everyon can ilo the only thing which emu one need do in his duty FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mt VWWVIUH near Naples I nJy1ft in urtijitlon again HUM in baA arranged with Gcrmm banker tttirT hk ton of 20000 000 Hiiwila wIH mobilise two moro army oori5rT6 Bond iiguhwt the JumntMo Dr Thomas Hcrran who rt pro euted Colombia for miveml yearn ut Washington is dead Twonty nix Cliinowj junks which wero attempting to carry provision lain Port Arthur were captured hy the Japanwo nail conflNcatixl Wong Kin Yuen a iiatnrnliuH1 Chinaman has rofiiMnl to ucotpt tin mayoralty at Qulntnro1Moxlco though urged by the placo lode no The Japaniwa defeated the Run iauH at Lino Yang after n six days bitttlo Moro than 00000 amen wore engaged aud the total IUHHVS in killtx and wounded worn mom than 50000 Thu KuHHiaua witro forcvd to almndoi 200 cannon and vast qunntitU or military atort in their hurriw rotroat northward By an agreement signed on August 22 by Japan and Korea the fonnei Government will furnish to the latter a JapanrHo subject as adviser on fi uaucial mattem mud ncommentl foreigner as adviser in till matters of diplomacy The JaMineo Govern maul is also to IMI consulted before Korea conclude a treaty or convon tion with say foreign Power IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Baltimore destroyed prop erty worth 1200000 Thu new liattltwhip Ohio has been acvupbxl by the Government Firu at Youngstown 0 destroy ctmxnit plant valued at 120000 Nine hundred men art on strike iu UHI Coal Crook TIun mining din trice Eight tenons worn injured in n So do in tho aoittlnrp iii rt of in crcvtVia Oiiti man wAy kjjUxl mid right oth errs injured by the falling of nnelevn tor at Chicago t A daughter of Nathaniel P Willis the poet was killed iu an elevator ac cidunt iii Boston Tho demand for cotton pickers in the cotton region of Texas is the greatest iu twenty years Rer Sylvester Clarke D D for morly a in tho University of tho South at SewaneoTonndie at Bridgeport Conn Tho State campaign in Tennessee 1801It1nlllat Jackson when the- Democratic and Republican cnndi data tool in joint detateC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Considerable damage was done by fire at Cynthiana Ky lieu John S Power former Colin ty Judge of Fleming county is dead Tho compulsory educational law passed by the last Legislature is now in effect 4 Mrs Annie Roister wife of p wealthy Jessamine county farmer died of lockjaw Tho now game law which prohib its tho salo of game shot in Kentucky has come into effect W F Underbill a flagman on tho Tennessee Central railroad was kill ed at McKonzio Ky Peter Gossett of MuhlenlMirp county was accidontly shot mid killed while out hunting J Daniel Conway aged twentyfive years committed suicide ut Lexing ton by drinking carbolic mold Clint Woods and Ploas Watson of Bull county quarreled over religion mind Watson was shot dead Thomas Oldham a wellknown bus n8lllt man of Curdvillo Davless shot and killed Edward j county was by Orkeia a saloon keeper Judge Dell in the Circuit Court at Lanchoster overruled n motion for a now trial for John Metcnlf convicted for killing his brother Robert S Mathloy who killed his sweetheart Enema Watkins nud James Gregsoji was given tho death penalty by n Daviess county jury on its first ballot Tho Giles Crook Mining Company witha capital stock of 5000 hua f becuorganl at llopkiusvlllo for the purpose of mining load zinc aud other ores in Christian county I t v Pregidents Utlfes X Beron Colloge- THE CITIZEN 12I r EVERYDAY SCENES IN THE PHILIPPINES Tim native Louse In Luzon ore decidedly quaint and picturesque and an built nt small cxiKnst The other picture shows n street In Manila and several of UnuU MAipi faithful and valuable army mule getting ready to traiiNport supldbs tte soltller0 THE PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION tartest SlnfU CiMklt at the Worlds Fair Includf Fire Native Vllltf It should IN a gratifying thing to the American people that their first Colonial Exhibit should nt tho same time lw tho lxl colonial exhibition ever held At St Louis tho Philip pine Exposition is tho largest single exhibit on the Fair Grounds It coy ers 17 acres nnd includes a hundred buildingH ofalI sizes and shaped from the diminutive 111111 shack of a Negrito to n reproduction of tho Cathedral ut Manila There aro nearly thirteen hundivd uativca on tho Kifmrvntion rfptvwntiilg twenty different tribes nod showing all the ptugw of development from the alxjr who Is Iho lowest typo of jiuinanity o tho spout who is u regular lu the United States Army and the Yisayan tylio weaves fabrics of great licmity Tho lhIJlIpille Exposition is rom plete has its own departments of Agriculture Commerce Education Forestry Ethnology and so forth nlllttIlI1IImto buildings for each It has iU own policeforce anti paver plant For two years tho work of assem bling anti installing the seventy odd thousand exhibits has Ixttl IUI lIr way An Exposition Hoard by tho greatest activity brought time whole resources of the islands into play with time result that one can now learn more nlxitit the Philippines in St Louis than in Manila TIll whole commeritiil and ethnological storyof tho islands is spread out before one Tho exhibit is built around a typical 1In1l1 n veritable picture of numberless public squares in tho islands Facing tho fountain in its center are four buildings each a reproduction of tho higher typo of SJI architecture and radiating from thin center are time different types of dwellings of our island people tolling tho story of their development since tho days of primeval tuna Along tho outskirts of this reservation nro grouped tho different tribes whoso chief slain to attention lies in their spectacular habits and mode of living Tho main entrance to tho reservation is across the Bridge of Spain and through The Welled Oily Tiiiit is a reproduction of tho walls which surround tho city of Manila doting train tho sixteenth century Jlero n largo exhibit has urea gath ered on ono side by tho Philippine Constabulary on tho other by tho Lnitel Sates Army Tt includesI- IplCllllcnA of all tho different weapons used by tho invader and defender since tho days of Magellan who dis covered the islands in 1 505 Side by suds with tho blow guns of tho Ne grito will bo found tho axe used by tho I go rot headhunter Tho regu lation canteen of tho American troops displayed alongside tho bamboo tube used an n vessel for water throughout tho islands powder made by tho Insurgent army from charcoal saltpeter and heads of safety matches is shown as well as tho crude machinery usctd iu Its preparation cannon of all de scriptions from tho small brass car ronado carried on the Spanish gal loons to time elx ny imitation of tho modern fold piece wrupjxil with rattan which after n few rounds had IKHJII fired was more dangerous to the man in chargo than to tho enemy Passing outside tho Walled City tho visitor faces the Anita Monument u copy of the stately column which stands at the end of time Malecon drive in Manila This statue was erected in honor of Simon do Anda tho first to govern tho Philippine after tho British released theme From tho monument looking toward tho east U the Visayan Village toward tho west la tho Atlulturl RttlldUc A largo nips structure with con servatory front in which is shown tho record of the Bureau of Agricul turn of time Philippine Islands during tho past three years Inside nro all of tho exhibits pertaining to agricul taro and horticulture There are several hundred varieties and subvarieties of rico from nil till islands tho exhibit of shrubs cotton and troscotton nod processes of manufacture nil grades of sugar hemp and every varietyof fibers in use by tho different tribes and na lives all of the oil producing plants also tobacco in leaf and manufuc tundevery obtainable ccimcn of fruits cultivated aiul wild vegetables and tubers used as food by tho natives distilled spirits from different palm lent saps as wullas sugar rico anti corn time different kinds of cereals also all kinds of jHrnrs and beans npd vegetable seeds n largo variety of hat amt basketwork models of houses and granaries in use in tho inlands maul models of all tho implements in 1lsoby till lit Cerent manufacturers Passing on the visitor enters the Plaza Santa Cruz upon which front time Government Building tho Cathedral tho Commerce Building and n typical Manila house These buildings nro really flume examples of time tatter class of Manila construction The Educational Exhibit On tho 23rd of August 1001 threw years after tho first landing of tho American troops the transport Thomas dropped anchor in Manila bay with a American teachers on ward11itlm tho arrival of this largo working corps of trained teacher tho real work of time Philip pine Bureau of Education began Only one who knows what tho condition of time school wasat tint time can appreciate what has been accom plished tho past three years A conservative Humming up of tho work done is given in tho statement that tho English learned by tho Fill pino people in tho past three years is greater in amount than the Spanish they learned in tho BOO years of Spanish rule The Philippine School A Philippino school is in active operation on tho Exposition Grounds nnd is probably tho most interesting singlo feature of tho exhibit This is hold in a Bchoolhouso and nips palm an exact duplicate of a country school building in the islands Filipino pupils are taught by u Filipino teacher exactly as at home nnd tho building is arranged that tho school work can bo easily olworrcd by visiting Htudenls tumid teachers Tho educational exhibit was collected and is lI dcr tho direc tion of A R linger instructor in phymcal Hcionco in tho Manila Nor ExposltiOIlDirectly across tho plnzn frqmTuio Cathedral is tho Government Build 111ril1llfJfRlnurnttreasures of tho Philippine Islands To bo continue t As One of the Family Dy JAMES K IIEARNE oa rf0Jit I9 l bu it Wood Kverylxidy In Orecnvlllo regarded MniinliiK us one of the family Ho was the contldniit adviser friend of than WQiimn and child from old Imndfiitlicr IVniiol who declared him self to be 102 though he was boat In 1817 to little Robert Soften liruwne Who hUll arrived In Greenville only tlirct iitonths before under tho guld ance of a friendly stork On envelopes nnd billheads he was Mr William Maunlng At all other tines he lvpa Hill or Uncle Itlll nc cording tl tie age of the speaker Man nine hnd no particular bUHlntsu to oo espy hla time Ills father Lnd left him an Independent Income and he had only the affairs of others In width to take an Interest It was time universali ty of his knowledge that made him so good nn adviser He could judge loth side Instead of only one This hud contlnuetl tor BOIIIO years when suddenly Miss Amanda Icnroxo came to Greenville Shu wns a distant cousin of Grandfather fennels stepdaughter nail this she consldervd sum cleat reason why tho IeuneU should take her under their rooftrcc Mrs 1ennel HI declared hotly that tonsil ering tho fact that Lillian DouKlat who had barn time diiUKhter of rennets second wife by her first husband had beiii dead for three years Bliss Pen rose had no right to claim relationship Grandfather renncl smiled amiably at the disputants but In tho end always decided In favor of Miss Aninndn Inclined thereto by the tact that she was willing to admit that ho was 102 even though she know bettor In tho course of time tho pitched battles between Susan 1ennel and Miss Amanda censed Miss Amanda silent nnd smiling was far too much for blunt outM okeii Suwtn In time end she bowel her mend to tho atlllctlon nnd suffered If not In silence at least without direct opposition to time In truder Having gained her victory Miss Amanda unwisely proceeded to make ana WAS HATHRII FLUSTKIIED AT FINDINO- UANMNO OX TIIK UOOILSrCl life us unbearable to SUHSIII as Is possi ble only to n woman In n short while Miss Amanda had driven Susan to revolt Sho sought out Manning amid found In him u revel sympathizer He Willi already beginning to feel that this as sertive spinster threatened his donmln She had xul dned the family of Icii eel nnd from certain little Imlleatlous It Heemed to him that she sought to dominate the domestic affairs of the rest of the village- I wouldnt complain said the weeping Mrs Icnnel but you see William youre like rote of the family mad feel that I must tell souse one Thats nil right Susan ho salt cheerily Ill look In Iu time morning nnd see what cnn bo done She took her departure Mill snlflllng but visibly Manning wit down to look over the situation Here he met with n footman worthy his steel Prom nil accounts she wns energetic 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windowpane The cloud no dense that one nay know For hour and hour It shall be so Click click upon the whining street Go BCiirryliiK horses nimble feel benlJNo hltI or fowl In tree or sky Torn leaves In tumult drifting And rolling with a mullled swell A slowly tollliiKIuncral bellIWhere now tho hrntiKa on pleasure bent The eager step the pressed Intent They must nwalt the sunlight ray Storm has no path for such ns they And fancy now her wand may wavem I ie the rivulet round the grave And with the twilight cornea the view 1Night eta Ing In on Waterloo II Honer In Century == a iA Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHARDT l Coyili IF by I B Lippincotl dmranr CHAiTFi V t 0 INTERRUPTION Only a little over JtIUl1 beyond where lie lad met Tone wgold linvc to cross a creek It vnn a tnenn Ktrvani with qiilcksMiul bottom ulI1 fonlnl c except at one place fIils fonl partly made by nature mud helped out by moan was miirkrd on cither side of the stream by n signpost that travelers might not inlhh and got caught in the quicksand itI The iiplit before suite wild Bilious the Americans learning n hand of Tories was likely to CFOSH At that spot and nllanio with fury oter the treatment Bessemer had given the Contineotals at the battlo of tlir its of Mny painstakingly dug tip the pout nod placed them n little lower down The hcliiMtie hail worked KO weil that the first Tories who hu- dIIttlIIIII to orosv wore eaiight in the ipiivkiinml and one man and two horse were lost ln the confusion which followed the whole hunt hUll beet veil peppered with shot by the comoaled Americans the intention lint been to move the posts back the next morning but Godfrey knew this had nut been done and lids lellrlI mingle him wllcn he tlwlI Jane Tin plot filled him with roll tiling nt on so wicked and foolish wa- It Such underhand doings were not IIH idea of warfare yet it was these name wilt spirits who hUll conceived it tlini he was trying to weld into a body of recruits Vlnn the creek canie into view the iwrriiigc was just entering the stream lietwocij the posts Ultima shout of warnlrg he dashed forward As he drew under Isu that the off horse iw already beginning to sink while are carriage lurched danger ously Flinging himself frofn hits horse Worthirgton Miatchrd Jun froiu the carringc and carried her to a place of safety His next move was to rescue Aunt liihel and Mammy tune while under his direction iabrlel began enroll fur a piece of rope under the l oxrat where a supply of such things were usually kept III those days of haul roads mid frequent brcaKiiimns Absalom had already cut the horses loose from the cur riago nnd by means of the lines was dragging the nearhorse which hunt end only a little way back to firm gfoninl The olMiyrse was already nearly in to his hellmud tIll task of rescuing in was n serious out Hlouly doggedly physical strength firmailul over natureV troachery and gradually the horse was drugged all bruised and bleiiding and htiiniitn with fright to the ground dot iinderKtand Jane said nn nil in a ilae Here are till sign- pnhls and yet tills Isnt the ford The ford there How does it come that the ir sts have been moved Wellington hung his head It douo hifet night I believe he nnMvcivd unwillingly anti falteringly which was against hlni by sonic hoodlums to deceive a party of TorlcK who were coming this way To deelvc ome Tories its hotkl hums And what hoodlums pray would stool to a thinG go low but partisansyquldntlldlrs hliam To think that such atrocities could lie ellI Worthington I nm youheremorning but hope that this will l e the last occasion upon which we shall meet Never again do I wish to look upon till face of one who could lend himself to a trick base Absalom mount Khun who does not fceem so much the worse for his ex ierieiKe anti ride back home us fast as you can for more horses Tin II1Jrto we can but get back hone In safety wo unity consider our selves most fortunate in these brutal times Meanwhile I will walk to Squire Henrys leis but a mile Klip started oft Aunt Ilachel and tier luck mammy following and- oUodfrey let hr k without u worth nf cvplatiutlon or defense Ho tlllell lilnibelf that it lane could find her heart to accuse him of a deed ut iniwe so dastardly and childish naught that he could would have- weight with her Tile loyal girl friend of his childhood anti boyhood vk dead the Jane who would once rhave flown to hit drfensj had other accused him of what site luau herself laid at his door was no more She could fly into a passion over n deed wlllr11 slue Imputed to htm but lie hind heard no word of condemna tientom her lips of llessemers irbtgTi treachery lir tiring upon a hug of truce und ofilaugittering opponents who begged for quarter Nay had she noll received the monster into lice h tut with friendliest hospitality imiiiediatcly after Ida itutrageous action Vhen he had dune all he could for the exhausted horse Worthing ton mounted his owfi slid rode away but not through the forest this tune Jlctook the road that lay along the tieslathwoqjls Turning suddenly to the right hq rockyhultomFollowing this for a tedious distance while lit horseisnortcd and shupk huh head in frcjiuelit protest over the roughness bf way ht finally ensue within sight of a curl of blue smoke and it waj nut long before he was able to see that the smoke arose fruit a limp tire 7S000u red along the rocky bi and edges of the ratine lit ron venient proximity to till firrersome Si or 30 men thclrhnrgs tot hen d near They were a stunly logking set some or them with IliTi expression some wearing a dithmyenre air but most of 4hein uitli phlegnmtie countenances that 1ilthe observer however kern to reid their IhoughtH As n rule they were unshaven and roughly dressed most of them dneski11 trousers and homo sptin shirts Their miles were by their hides or slung across their hacks Those were the men whom Godfrey had gathered together to hip revenge Huforcl Ills wins the only continental uni form among them and he the only trained soldier but every tutus in that company wu n dead shot an expert horseman and an Intrepid spirit In fact he hUll gathered one of those bands of mounted rltleinen that were to make KumtorV fame and do so much for till preservation of South Carolina lilierfy In till nshtatf flue flee were hak Ink sweet potatoes and hoecakes unit Vortliiiipton was joist In time tn fThethaws ones for lnuG despite the return of her future and mother from Charleston and the weeks visit which her brother made thrlltIrriving from Knpland with hix com mission us n litMitunant In Lord Corn wallls army he trims assigned by that general tolfctweinerV command anti the latter graciousl obtained for him n tendays furlough thnt he night visit his home sending by him numorous messages to lane The morning of the seventeenth of August 1760 was hot andsultjq tintiiyin his chintoovered annohali in the summerhouse Julie sat Imcide him rending aloud passnges from his favorite Cicero + Ills lvo month treatment under the ltm oils Charleston dmliir hind dune out little good The hauls whichjJavjaipon f Jip JIIK jihnir were as tremulous nsTeaves of the aspentret5 within the tpilis tootl In thick blue eords above the seared and yelloW skin The fnee once beautifully white was entered with brown liloteliei and time silken gray curls hung with distressing thinness upon his tihiiulilorff XevorthcIesK he made an exquisite picture in his llotvered chair IIli yellow silKllucd coat vas tlirovn open displayiu the dainty white bJlwilkn wrinkle over his thin logs and met his brown kneebrooches under jewel Uuciklcd garters The great magnolia trees one on either side of time sum merhouse rust u luxurious shade making Ihe wearing of the three cornered liit which lay beside him unnecessary The air way heavy with th rich odor of the ripened grapes in the vineyard to the tell while on the right time lowergarden was radiant with hollyhocks sail larkspurs and marigolds and greed tubs of flowering oleander The summer house itself was a mass of morning glories and passionflowers June was not the least attraetive bit of the pleasing picture in her puntersitsbodice modestly filled in with a lace l trimmed kerchief that was drawn not too closely about time throat whiteI Into time peace and quiet tf scene broke the sound of horses feet What Is It my dangli ter Mr Tellers asked grasping the arms of his chair with trembling hands Is it the rebels say father lane answered me thinks It rather the llrltlsh to judge by till dashes of roil t see among time trees lint I will go and find out She laid her book upon the table as she spoke and rising frojn her sent left the summerhouse ont walked with light quick step towards the VI A PR01OS1I talks stepmother was already nt time front dour withItlwarll clasped in her arms for Mrs Kllcry wn fond of the boy us thought he wereIher own son Close behind were seiner nail his stair When the isli colonel caught sight of Jane he hastened forward and grasped her hand Ah Mistress Jane you must hold your brother accountable for this iulniMon My heart so yearned trrr night of you and your hos pitable home that feared to Indulge myself by cunning here lest I could vollldIhis familys pleasure Jane an swered and he knew what happi ness it would give my father nail my neither to welcome roe oho has been so kind to their son Indeed yes IMwurd put In gayly and fwanted the colonel to see that my mother could outdo even your fa mOIl breakfast that hr has so bragged upon Mrs lllcry hold been no laggard In welcoming her guests Leaving Jane and IMward to see to their entertainment she hastened back to gore orders for the preparation of n natal that should Indeed ns Kdward Vad boasted Ujitdo Janes 10IlrleijiNevertip pen red to bettonfedvimtagc in 1funs sight than during tine hart eonvorfc oncetdcfrrentiiI ui Ms 1 rut fill f pral e for the SHU WAIKKU WITH HIM AIONU Till OAUnKN PATHS soldier sun tlf his courage hiIll votion to duty his popularity with hiol brother oilkers Jane saw her father dill eves brighten slue saw the oxpresslon of pntient suffering gto way to our of Interoflt slut the withered cheek lighten with u fnlnt tinge of eolor Her heart went out to Itessoiner thnt ho should have given the older inn u those few mlnutos of pletiNiire and when with tie excuse of not wishing to lire till Invalid ho drew her from the summcrhouftc she walked with him along time garden paths anti entered the greet anti purple labyrinth In time grnpe arbor towards which ho directed their steps She put up her hand and plucked some grapes for him He took them from her anti then n quick glance around assuring him that time thick screen of chutes hid them from view he caught her hands in his and drew her to him Juno ho cried in the smothered nice of pasHlon Juno love you The girl struggled to free herself hdtimid uhito brow Presently however either she gave more force to her efforts or lie feared to otTend her INt1 forgiicnoiiM rill ho released lien and lllrIdue udiuntHgo of this one moiivnl allotted mo alone with you then l the adoration which I feel speak in my behalf flue affection which I felt IhilllIltrllhln lo o for you now Jane may curry you back to Kngland with me to adorn my homo to bo tended with my most jealous care Col necsemcr IJune paused lien hand neross her forejiend ns though lo smooth away perplexity scarce know what to say so tiikqn by sun pulse MII I Slimy Iwill you not grant me n respite tlnn for eon sideration of the great hi nor you hare done me There Is tIll break last hellIIht added hurriedly und with very evident 11111uw must hasten or my stepmother will grow and tier heartIwere idled with love tar me as mine Is for you there would be no need of consideration Toll me June do not your pulse brat responsive to my omit Hoes not somme of the rupture which feel awaken nn answering gluey In you Surely It mnst be so Then what need for waiting for NayletsoldierIquiting lute Let him feel that when ho returns victorious to your side he will find this priceless treasure await ing hini TnJI me Sane that It shall bo so lie would have drawn her again within his minus hilt Jane put up her hand in determined testiir No Col llessemer I must home time to think I am deeply sensible of the hour r you do mo hilt IIIITt tint BO yam as I once was and realize full what an iilteratioii In my life resent to your request would mean hefoie passing upon n question so weighty think it scarce unreason uhln to Uuulute for due cuuuidc utiuti iqioke with dignity ln3 ATV ISltc and llessemer shrewl oiUiugh to that such poise augured lens well for him than girlish confusion would felt tho blood swirl hotly in his veins while huh eyes narrowed with tuller determination to conquer where conquering was made difficult Hi was not a nature to value highly Unit which came easy Women al must as beautiful an June limit com Ilglutly to his 1IjIII nnll been Ilglmtly cast aside This girl would be hard to win anti won would be woo for always He Lent Ills head anti kissed leer hands with appealing lips Ah be loved my zealous heart huts again betrayed mo into an eagerness yiut merits your rebuke I would not have you think Unit I could reusti any request ot youm though it U tile uhlch means fur me many weary moments of fnltertalnlystow an guished by now Inn by tire of hope Sweet one may not pray that you will at least make then tine of probation short am my way to capture that brlgnud Suinter When that U accomplished II shall return this way then may I claim my answer They hind reached the entrance to the ginM arbor by now mid tunes rye newt J Ilunttliulngly the prospect before IlIrIlle bright g rdeii the rur ntitlihnr the great old iniiiii tltOvSej of time fruitful tirJ to t Uf Jr hI clnHIp or womll wrllin thffrt J1ItaC hums inMiiiifiiltJuXnrluA Wlnvwl liomei lid the l fciv bNile her yskcnt lies It iiir it IItor Win Syrly mucli 10 nk yet with him IkMild lui Vithi hi MiippUintlnp jivtiriU in 1 ears with hib muxipal porsunsire ui his Wcrful romllty npprnl in list It wiiukL t hhvc bro lnnl to have turned anal given him lure hnnds in complete surrender Tho fa einutliin he timid wielded whcn she 1 a uhool girt lit Ihllwdcjplua was still istrnt lint she lied co- Hiitry coyiiPiwlt might be judici n r4 hunt Sho took her ryes from nI laiulsoape and brought them btuk lo tin IiiirJUlimnn taunot prumlse Col Uetrmiir she said lint If eon will hu c my InIr ready then When the officers haul eaten tinit Ml they proparrd with acute halls fur dopHrturt Si emer hud tli port otlty to ebi more tlmn ptss Jam s band ardently such whipcr a nrd nl love In her toUr Itcforo 1w Aung liiniMlf outride lib gray ITo Me Ontlnncd JUDICIALPROMPTNESS lloiliiB llnUII or I mil n u liiiclink Jiillr Illil No lilir An lit ilr Mil AiMnnlnitr- loril olerhlgo lord chief justice of England tram lwo until lt l hiss been docclhtd as Englands greatest riinlniil judge A writej lit the Iflll Mull Mngtizine says that In apHnir suer he was the very embodiment of Juillcfal dignity lie was tr courteous andcoo iderate nail never tried to win uhmpiip plnuve lIt the cxprnse of un Inexpe rllnl Imrrlittor or overwrought wit lids He had a vurloHM habit on the bench of Ira uhlg back In hichair and closing his eyes sail this sons lime Id Ihi unwary to eon lode that he was asleep On one tIn dnrfng Inc trial of primmer fr soiling fire to a ilwill Ing house the counsel for the drrn o was uvula upnet through Isis ignn rame of the chiefs Imbil Through out the day hr hail boon tryiu to get before thr jury tine fact that a lntulmumopenly threatened to burn down the HirtIculnr house Kweh attempt to IntnHliioe testi mony wlikli the rules lie oidilio would not admit was chocked by n pro upt objection sustained by tin court ISut wren the iipeoeh for tin defrnso wna begun Lord Cojrrltlg went off lulu his usual doc and tha IIIIIHO rnw hb opportunity tiont lemon of tho jurysaid he let me eomoto another nand most se rious pupilIe have hoard front the wltnettucH that a certain JlIII Smith had prior to the fire been illsnilsscil by till prosecutor from his serous Now gentlemen van tell you some thing limit not iibout Mi Wlnnni Stnllt Im afnidcnmo from the beiuh h gentle tones which conveyed nn sense of Irritation or annoyance The Hliiiplr funit IolU The Newfoundland const folk are wreckers as well us fishermen no wreckers in the criminal sense hut expert workmen In stripping nnd un loading tin hulls that are tossed up against till frowning cliffs Kvery fisherman ran turn hU hand to huh s labor which frqiUMilly pays Netter than his regular vocation and savage schooners Hud permanent employment there with liters and hoist recovering from the ooJ depths the treasures of this subma rine curiosity shop fhecwfnundlonder of the south ern shore counts on a few wrecks every year lo help him mrlntiiln hU family How will your people get nlnng this winter nnUed time lute Mgr Power lloman Cnthnlic bishop of Hu Johns of the ISev Father llennphury till priest nt Trepassey near Capo IIltl tlll was dining with him Veryhell my1ttd replied tIt padre with the help of lout anti a few wrecksNclluresIlrltg or Klopay And doctov If you will J wMi you would give me something to help my memory forget to eiinllyDoctorsVery wJ ill send you t AmerI i t1oi1011oMooSlaSolloSolloSoltoleolloltolio oiloleotto11o1ot1ollo of f The Kirksvillc School aro For Boys and Girlsrg 0 0 P Principal Mark S Peckham AssL Prln g t x CMiss Ada Allen Pfln Dept of MusioI ijoA o Incidental Fees All Grades 50 cents per Term All free Payable in Advance g outon FeeskfoB Primary Its 0 I o uoKo Department of iifusic Includ af a log Instruments for Practice IK 00 i o o Enrollment last year 101 We expect lb inbreakefiIsrgelhki- x o year Our teachers art competent an up odat Remember beforn o s 0 deciding what nchool will patron izw that KUkarlJU bu K j- o churches and NO SALOONS V solicit pat peOPIIIo 4 oho wish their children contiolled and no others Board i secured at following rates vT J From to da tt M 4fr j It I yDwr2fQo ofit V G P SIMMONS Principal Klrksvillc Ky yJ0tfokaroroYoYororovoloato rorolokorotororoatorokon orotciro i a Bucklbns Arnica Salvo 1I1rOUOU8Ieuros It aurpiwos nay other salve lotion ointment or biltu for Cuts Corn Burin Dolts Soros Felons Ptnorjsuaranlood Only 25o at Druge l rumpstsLa4Tsd ur llnrwifM br eomwuo Iruttni wlta 1b4 nolrtoo of fre tnuxb oa r muu- uysWIFTC0ToadLgay Opp US Pitinl esWsthlnpteO- CWhat Is Llfo In the last nnnlynw nobody knows but wo do know tint it in under strict law Abuse tlat law oven slightly pain results Irregular living moans derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liter trouble Dr Kicgo New Life Pills quickly readjusta this Its gentle yot thorough Only Eric at East End Drug CJ 60 YEARS f1T8ADL DESIGNS AcIfrlbthrsartdfiiM rmtadfiitl HuKlUnnkno 1iiftni tlt ha n f ran- 141ntr vlintUln Ibromh JUunti I o iralM rynMJ imtlit u loot chart lath Scientific Jlniericatt- t hiuii1 vntlr Itiottnte1 lrtni rtr tililkin til nf rtP r0i Jnnrnil frrnt II a nr fnurmortbiil rc t1UNN Co3corosde Now Y annrh twn It t IttilaSM v Foarful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens Versailles O For years ho was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctor nor medicines gave him relit f At length he tried Elec trio hitters It put him on his feet in short older anti now he testifies Im on the road to complete recor ero Beet on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Staunch and Bowel Complaints Only TiOj Guaranteed by East End Drug Cj LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlma Table Effect May 1904- lullff Vorlrt Train 4 Dally Leave B rea S 48 a m Arrive Richtnond4l2 a m Arrive Paris 5 8amArrive Cincinnati 7 CO a m doing North = V A Train OJ llally Leave Iieroa121riArrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Parip 818 p m Arrive Cincinnati G00pm awing Month Train Ilntlf Leave daresI11 p m Arrive Livingston 203 p in- flolnc South Train 0 lIall r Leave Uer LI1 24 p m Arrive LYlngstoo12 80 am Train No1aad No6 mike con neution at Ltviniratju for Jellico and the South with No 21 antI No 27 W H TOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSONe jt Dentist J Kyto MONUMENTS r t Hrm lfi dUDa lUluirf Crash tnt MtibU t Work of all kinds don in a t workmanlike manner at ran aonibU priCtl and with dispatch Allwork guars k aoU d by a i GOLDEN FLORA HICHMOND Ky rbtr1 YIn sad IIIIIIu V Whats In n Nnmo- KrerylhiiiK is in the nains when It conies to Witch Hazel Salve ItO Do Wilt X Co of Chicago discorerql some years ego how to make n salvo from Witch HUM that is a pooifio for Piles For blind blooding itch lug and protruding Pile ecjtna- clI9 biirtm bruises ant all akin lie rquolIDo11VittetheLad Drug Co t To Citizens of Berea I and Vicinity My ahop ia thmalt complftU and up dale iu this part of thenState for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most promln ut people of Berea nnd vicinity t Work sent to me by mail orexprW will have prompt attention and charges paid one way t S G FRANKLIN Ml Vernon jfo RciERKNce Bank of Mt Vernon From 148 to 92 Pounds One of tho most remarkable cases olIa cold loop seated on tho lungs clueing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fonner Marion lends who was entirely cured by the use Al sa1Iweight from 118 to 92 pounds ih I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured mo entirety C ha cough strengthened limy and restored me to raj normal weight health end strength Sold by East End Drug OJ I ty THE CITIZEN 7 1 IMMMHWIHH HMM I The School i Jour whir uinsMOHR savor 4- HHHI1HHHH1HWHI4 J Lottor to Young Toacher ill Dear Frivtnt- Vo must iniiku automatic null liiiliUiml early ossihlo IIH r many useful actions IIH wo vulnlHJamoH in his Talks to Teachers It is often raid that habit in wcontl nature hut tho Duke of Wellington called it Inn limes nntiiro When you teach you will rumcm her isnid you nro to around Intent 100111 old direct growth along right linitf and now I wish to add that growth aloujj right Hum consists informing habits of right OCt Ion Habits which will not leave tlio ordinary conduct of your pupils ton mental decision at thin tit lu of till uutlon when n wrong judgment is apt to IMI made hilt InibitH which will I innko it n matter of senli rtllox nut ion the result of unchanging ordero writ tun in till physical organism of thu child This will give jKwor nnd mastery mill joy nnd n thirst for morti for deeM r and jut deojor droughts from the spring of knowledge Now How mn to use Arithmetic for forming lifo habito of value to tlio child is tho question I wish to tnku up You often hoar it said Unit Arith metic has n vory high vuluo IIH n utilitarian mid n disciplinary study but Very litho or nono in tho way of culture I want to show you nun how you may got n great ninount of tlich of these fnnu every problem In getting ni this lot glue HjMiik of ways in which work in dono in 1twonohools visiting ono hchtx I carn lx y till Ixmrd to solve n problem Ho liogiim to figure hero n imiltipli ixiUoiithoron divisioiiuiiiil finally gets mi answer mid his ton or fif teen square feet of Ixjard covered 11 mid nothing in Iho proper form or place In tho next ncliool I visit I two n layof till HIIIIH ago tnko thu wiiiio pmbloin mid in thowimo length of time kiivo inn iuatiotiH ouch ouo n wall fumed0111etlugplutost ntutur jHirfitlly door to niiyono who wishes to rend nnd nil top thor forming n loglllll Htuliimmt Holutiou nod am uliiHioil What iA till tlifToronco in tho tffect UjMiii the boy in onehof tluwu cmwfITIItI I uunii just that t tho nftVct tiHii his ilitollfut his Nxjiid tiatiirti his months mid in fact Mil Ulmle chitrnelrr for you nm teaching him tint Arithmetic lust homclhiiiK vastlyunln iiiiKirtnut than ttrithiiUtic Tinchur of lay uiimlxtr ono would look nt mo with wonder for asking such n qixwtion mill nay 5551 havo often had tonchnrH way to mo In my classes I dont w wlmtH tho difTerenw hotla1tH got ills Mime mmwer Ah but lhrll ilo nut taut tho wiiiio miHwer for fir HinHtvr in the htitrit yon arc dtiilit iny its flu boy not tho Ilguas on llio boiinlThomtHwer to the first is cnrelows IU iniuxiiniuy lowered ideals HlovuiilliHfW nil ofwhich will show up nt n later day in tho phyHicnl II1C II till nnd mend chimiutor of tho lay Tho miHtviT to the necond is carofulucHM nccunicy oxnltul Ideals 11110ntllllO which in tho nniiio wny forth in lifter lift You may think nm oxnjjgemliiiK this hub I nm not Tho continual habit of folding llIllfH carefully in childhiKxl will tend to thin develop taunt of n taste for neatiii HI after lifo will Dhow forth in a tidy hotiKo or in well mowed funs corn orb Yenro of careful work nt the board whom tho standard is purfvc Lion will produce sliest surd women who will not have to stop mid think to tho right or wrong of n question but will havo nn instinctive rovulmon nt tho thought of Boiling flpoilod eggs or making n dishonornblo tnulo Psychology tiphohlri mo in UIIH view observation will provo it to any ono Siiminiug it up thun lot mo Hay cork of any kind which it poorer tlntn OUCH befit is immoral nod if you allow such work to ho douo In your Hchool nod nro in any WilY n party to it you tire a teacher of immorality and an enemy to society What thou muni lx dono f Tho boat word I can givo you is in every claHH of problouiH work out for your nolf or gut from HOIIIO 0110 clso such forms of analysis IIIItI solution nn will INI clonrofll Jrom a business point of low Hoiinikwl in reiiHonhig lest in form Then neo to It that your pupils use this form to tho bent of their ability And no matter how usually ways soma pupil may suggest which aro just an good insist upon uniformity and novor leave n form which you havo chosen until your ItII mn nuro you will inako nrithmotic of UHO in biminoHH Htreiigthoiiiug to tho mind mud upbuilding to tho moray nattiro Now I trust closo If youcaro fort forms mid moro duliuUo Niigg Htions lot me know lbry truly your friond CIIAS D LEWIS Boron Ky- J i1alftlicttfIttltt H The Home 5 jnnniB LKSTER RILL Editor HHHHHIHiHHH HMt ADVICE tt worrylimit Wn yo kind IxUlieriHl CM you culnl art rlrli iitwimhiItutlilijcildtiuU An de luccr of rmiur di- Htrlke yo liinlil mi liiiti Dm dots pet To worrit Iwyem on no nhof Tk llulelrotiMe- llnilhih will yuVl- Kl a Irlrn mror moiriiln- llout lilt swlul raw You know you loll jluo him glaouylint fmv wIll him Try loUike him In DuiiKti hl fIIhuhIMw you umlli Uk air AII you seas cahe Isnt Imr lo dI- rk7 a lulls iniuliln llrutlmh wid yoM Kldnclilllun lrtlaba AtldolMbyalxulNf vom An youiKltliu m d I aualra5aIIHlom ilnkln eu awudt Cuaae away de Irnwu WorryTwell Trk a little Inmhlr llrotliili wld yowf An Easy Way to Print Leaves A jxtrfect impression of a leaf or cluster of learis may lx taken in tho following manner with very little trouble nnd it will look almost ns well ns mi engraving Tnko a piece of line writing paper and oil it well with either lard or sweet oil Lot stand long enough for tho oil to soak through mid thus having wiHxl oil thin suxtrfluous oil with a bit of paterf hang till oiled pieco in tho air to dry When the oil Is well dried In move thuIxgxr over a lighted caudle as to touch thollame and keep this up until thin paper isI erfectly black with tho start Lay the blackuniHl pour ou a table anil on it the leaf of which you wish mi impression Put n pirco of clean pnjx r over tho loaf and rub it with partsfor half n minute This will trans fur thin soot to the leaf just ns tho printer puts ink ou tye Take tho leaf up vary carefully null juntas carefully lay it blackened side down on thin iax r ou which you wish to leave tho impression then place n piece of blotting pajxir ovur the leaf mid rub it with your finger for a few moments when you will have nil impression that wilt look alxnit as well ns an engraving if nut examined too clowly The blackened mx r will servo for quito a numlxr of impressions and a very pretty collection of leaves may IN nav- yitl1I1I1II1ElIII1I1IIiIIII The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor 11111111 r 11111 rIll r II NEW FOWLS llrmnrknlilp Dulrh lllydnacka Taut Arr IlrniuiInK loiular Our kniMvIolKc In life coinen either from study or experlenc1 nod those who have neither stew nor licnrd of the IjikiiivtldcrM could trot pomdbly know them to IHI n new fowl quito like the Ixghorn In form with white hotly COCKEIIELILAKUNVKUIEIl plumage and black hackle saddle and tall The word Lnkenvelder means lu Dutch n shadow on n sheet Dr A II Ihelps describes this new breed as followsAs name suggests these birds nro of Dutch origin In Holland nod Herglum where this breed has been a favorite for snore than halt n century It was formerly known as tho Jerusa lem or thin Kverlustlng Layer It passel unnoticed by English and Amerl can fanciers until about four years ago when It was taken up by several Kngllfih bretMers nod Immediately caused n sensation which has contin ued to spread nod pow has n firm toot hold tiKii both sides of tho Atlantic Wherever tho Lakenvelder appears n sensation Is sure to follow Imagine for one moment n White Leghorn cock with n tall of mammoth proportions having tho most ample nUdlrIlUlpkles nod tall are of the most IlltelllloI Jet black nod you have n turn of time nkenvelder It U n living picture In black nnd white startling yet beautiful The Lnkenvelders equal tie Hamburg and Leghorn as layers Our llltiMtrntloii of this variety Is tak en from tho leathered World of KIIR land WJillc the Indian Itmincr n new variety of duck so for ns the exhibition room In this country Is considered It Is not In tart n new breed to tho world In writing of these ducks Mr J Don old says they originally came from India to England something over fifty years ago Soon after tills they mndo their appearance In the show rooms of England cold attracted considerable public attention Souse little time nit er thin they were brought to the atten thou of the American fanciers wllo have done much to improve them In this country The drnki s of this variety weigh from four mid n unit to live pounds the ducks about n pound less They begin to lay when quite young It Is reported Hint some have been known to produce eggs when less than live mouths old mad In addition to this they nro credited with having produced nn many nn IM eggs In n year The eggs of the true variety have n whlto shell mid are not quite so large as those of other varieties Out of their advantages Is tho fact that they nro grit foragers and will go all over the farm In search of ani mal food such ns IIURS and worms of nil kinds of which they nro very fond Frequently they will start out as soon ns It Is daylight in the morning nod only return home In time evening to be fat This Is n disadvantage as they INDIAN IIUNNHII DUCKS must IK conflni In the house every night nnd kept there In the morning until they have dropped their eggs Thlll ducks nro iHvoinlng quite pop ular on the farm nit they do not cure fa touch for the water us do some oth er kinds and lily n large number of eggs for waterfowl Wliere one mole Is provided for every live females tho eggs nro usually fertile and the ducklings very easy to grow If well cared for they will dress at from three and n half to four stud n half pounds dur hog the winter timid the young make splendid broilers Country Gentleman rlonlnu lor the ioplirrn It was Dnrwln who credited the earthworm with making the earths lit to grow crops Mr Thompson Seton now solos In the Century the absence of these angleworms hi some of tho western states and tells that tie little gopher which burrows nt n depth of front threo Inches to two feet performs time siime fccrvlce Tanners ride that olKVtlonnlile ns the work of thin gopher Hometlmes is the land Is twice as for tilt after being plowed down by the gopher CULINARY CONCEITS Too many eggs will make wallles tough Instead of tender A ciiKtan isle will bake n nice even brown If n littleeugur Is sprinkled on the top before putting In the oven If you happen to get n coke too stiff dont add milk Heat up nn egg nod add It gradually until the desired cots Nlstoncy Is obtained The white nf nn egg added to croons will out utter the llavor though In creasing the quantity nod will causa It to whip to n froth more readily To obtain n drop or two of onion juice for seasoning cut the onion across the grain and holding It Irmly draw n sharp cdgix spoon across the cut edge holding the spoon so ns to catch till Juice A custard or gelatin preparation containing eggs should always bu strained after adding the eggs In or der to remove tie spiral spring that holds the white nUll yolk together and tint does not bent up with the rest of the egg ninnketn and Woolens The old fashioned soft soap of our grandmothers day Is Mill the best thing to wash blankets and woolen garments Allow n tahlospoonful of thu soap and one of liquid ammonia to each gallon of washing water which should be Just hot enough to bear ones hand In loUt the blankcti sunk tlfteen or twenty minutes lu this mixture Wring out and repent the operation In a similar lot of suds Rinse In clear water of the same temperature and hung In a nice nlry poke to dry out of doors If poss sible In washing eiderdowns he hurtle ular to shake them frequently during tho drying process to prevent them trolls thickening It Is less expensive to wash such articles nt home than send them to n laundry and with toI good wringer tho amount of labor tailed Is small 811k Underwear For washing silk underwear I would advise making n lather of n tablespoon fill of soap jelly nun n teaspoonful of ammonia to n gallon of warm water Squeeze the garments well through this and repent It uncle soiled Then wringiplies also to any kind of silk handker chief blouses ties nnd such articles London News ANIMAL LIFE CREATOR Dr Chnrlrn W MttlMlfld Trlln of- isprrlmrnla AVI Mi t iiniilrnlii Claiming to create milnml life from cheinhnls Dr Charles W IlttliUld Is conducting some Interesting export meats In Anderson Intl says a ds patch from that place Ho him been persistent student of science fur years There have been millions of these bisects generated or produced from n drop of Inanimate matter sold Dr 11 III Ill Ihl Knch tale hills n distinct Individuality nnd Is tint In any WilY dependent un the others for Its power of lofoimitlun You Mil sir them scow seemingly from nothing and Sly Into limo air where they live from n few minutes to several hours Ono colony that was crented the other tiny lived nil night and was ns lively ns ever the next morning They do nut come from proexistent forms ol life or from eggs of any kind They hire no nticostors other than Inorganic matter These facts led me to believe that hnd illHcavorod the life principle Now by Infusing this MinI prlncl le Into drop of char transparent waxy sub stance living forms In the shape of little glints or winged Insects spring from It ns It by tangle What they are I do not know nor do I know Into what they are likely to develop I expect to make cultures of these to determine whether or not they will propagate and I will also try to lacrosse their size Yes I here n theory In regard to their production The theory upon which I have worked In nil of my ex pertinents Is that some form of mo thou generally spoken of ns vibrations underlies every known form of energy Lift Is n manifestation of energy These vIlirntUtiH known manlfsl themselves according to tit medln through which they puss In addressing themselves tu our physical senses Light bent electricity and sound arc all prodtiml by vibrations but wo would never know thorn ns such It we did not possess npetlul organs built up In a manner suitable to recognize them Life also results from the action of certain vibrations nctlng on definite compound of nmttcr Viewing life from this standpoint It stay be com pared to n musical scale After we strike the key of life In creations harp the higher thin vlbrstlons this higher the form of life This Ix Hove to be tho cause of the various forms of lifo that exist on the earth When wo have learned to con trol the rlbrjitory jnoreujpnts nl will we can produce imf fornio Rio we wish Those are deductions that can be Icglthnntcly drawn from success al ready nchloved At this time I wish to say nothing mere than that I am sure that I Imvn produced hiving forma without the aid of antecedent life PANAMA CANAL POLICE Two Hundred Inlrolmrn In KlinU Uniforms In HP Kmploj oil The Panama canal commission has perfected rlans for the adequate po licing of time canal strip says n Wash- Ington special the New York Times The system tins been worked out by General Davis time acting governor of the canal zone with tune aid of Captalr George It Slmnton who has beets np pointed chief of police The alto Is to get tho whole police system in thorough working order before work ou the canal Is resumed on n large scale There will be 200 olllctrs to begh withThe canal police will be required to wear n khaki uniform like tint worn by time soldiers In the regular army The uniform will Include n Jacket trousers loggings helmet of khaki and In form like tlmt of New York police thou nnd russet shoes The police will be expected to patrol the canal strip from one ocean to tho other but unite of theta will bo mounted owing to time lack of good roads All thin oltlccrs of the force will be trout time United States but n considerable port of the privates will be from the native pops lation No gambling will be allowed on the strip The CinrH Iron At the entrance to tho Kremlin nt Moscow stands a little chapel erected by the Czar Alexis for nn Icon of the Virgin which is tho most venerated and renowned In nil Russia The pic ture ns described by tho IJystnndcr Is ornamented with n crowl1 of jewels and has n veil of pearls nnd n large gem on the brow anti ou time shoulder On thin right check Is n scratch said to have been perpetrated by nn Infidel who on seeing blood flow from till wound was converted The chapel Is always surrounded by worshipers and tho Icon Is frequently sent for by pri Vote Individuals on occasions of star roe or rejoicing says the Imulon Globe Tile czar recently Journeyed to Moscow on purpose to pray to the sa creel Icon for the success of his arms In tho far cast Ilnttrrr of CnlnpuK- Commnndor Schraunn who has re stored tho Roman catapults discovered some time ego near Motz Germany has received orders from Emperor WII Ilnm to start target maneuvers with times ancient war Instruments near Kaiilhourg says the New York World The emperor will attend the maneu vent which will Include n reproduction of the siege qt Thebes according to Iolyblns who relates that Philip of Macedonia besieged the place with 150 catapults1orena night Name Tho truo name of Korea Is Choson meaning Ijind of the Morning Sun It Is by this name that the country Is designated In diplomatic papers nt the stnto department nt Wnshlnctbu KNIGHTS TEMPlAR The 2lth Triennial Conclave In augurated at San Francisco With a Grand Parade THE AGE OF CHIVALRY RECALLED Ten Thousand Men Who Received the Gulden Spurs of Knighthood Marched through City Joseph Leath of Knoxville Tenn Dropped Dead During the Parade and Sir Knight Slmonoff Was Thrown From His Horse San Francisco Sept 7Tho 29th triennial conclave of the Order of Knights Templar was Inaugurated on Tuesday with a grand parade which brought Into contrast the 13th and 20th centuries and recalled the age of chivalry when Richard Cocur do Leon and Snlamln battled for possession of the Holy City With glittering gonfa Ions with richly caparisoned horses prancing In gay accoutrements 10000 mono who have passed through the vigil of the squire and have symbolically received the golden spurs of noddlnIcrosses on dors with swords Slashing and with the banner of the cross flung to the breeze over seven miles of tho citys Rally decorated and thronged streets as marched tho knights and squires LyonsIsepulchre A striking feature of Tuesdays parade was tho presence In limo j lino of thin earl of Easton and several other officials of the templar order representing tho Knights Templar of England and Wales Their distinctive uniforms attracted special atcntlon Tim day was exceedingly warm nnd the long march was wearisome to tho older sir knights A great many dropped out before passing the re stnndI was ono of the finest San Francisco It occu hours In passing a given point though at no time was there any protracted delay The ad vance along tho line of march of the more largely represented eastern com mnndnrlos was signalized by contin uous cheers and when tho band head ing the Kentucky contingent struck up Dixie the enthusiasm of the specta tors was Unbounded Joseph Leath of Cotter de Leon com mandery Knoxvllle Tenn dropped dead during tho parade while starting to do a knightly act Ho was riding in a carriage and noticing a comrade who seemed to be almost overcome ho stepped from his carriage to offer hIm n seat As ho touched the ground ho toll dead from an apoplectic stroke Mr Slmonoff a local sir knight was thrown from his horso and was so sorely Injured Tho business session of tho grand commander began Tuesday a short meeting In the afternoon at which tho reports of tho grand officers were mndo Tho night program Included recep ions by a number of commanderles and a reception to Grand Commander Stoddard THE VERMONT ELECTION Belt Republican Elected Governor by About 32000 Plurality White River Junction Vt Sept 7 Election returns from 200 out of the 24i cities and towns of the state gIve Hell Republican 38860 Porter democrat 12892 The same places In 1900 gave Stlcknoy republican 38948 Sen ter Democrat 13556 These figures show a slight falling oft In tho vote of both parties and indicate the elec tion of Hell for governor by about 32 000 plurality Not a Candidate Now York Sept 7Gov Odell Tuesday set at rest all talk about him self as a candidate for governor to succeed himself by declaring during n conference of state leaders that under no circumstances would ho bo a candidate Knights of St John and Malta Niagara Falls N Y Sept 7Tho 29th annual convention of the Chapter General of America Knights of St John and Malta opened hero Tuesday Most Eminent Grand Commander J j P Ogden of Now York presided American Apple Crop Now York Sept 7 Reports of tho apple crop received hero by largo dealers Indicate that tho American yield will bo about30 per cent larger than last year and 14 per cent abovo tho average for tho last ten years The Treaty Ratified Washington Sept 7 American Minister Squires at Havana has ca blcd tho state department that tho Cu ban senate has ratified tho treaty of extradition recently concluded between this country and Cuba Nominated for Congress Altoonu Pa Sept 7Tlmo demo cratic congressional conference of tho Nineteenth district met hero Tuesday evening and nominated former Con gressman Joseph E Thropp a republl can of Bedford county Asked to Resign Church Membership Stnteaboro Ga Sept 7The Metho dist Episcopal church has passed reso lutions unanimously calling upon ovary participant in tho lynching of Reed and Cato last month to resign morn bersulp lu the church Humor taro Philosophy SMITIIINOT IN HER CLASS Theres a maiden fnlr and Blender With an air just Iliie a queen Oh tu see her ca nOW tender I would how watt abject mien- I would humbly kneel before her Might I whisper I adore her Dut I hnrdly dare nldrww her Hardly dare to press my lulL Though Kindly would caress her Kyi3 nnd voice alike are mute- I can only gaze and wonder While I keep my passion under Ah I see her very often As she lightly comes unit Boeil Would sometimes her eyes might soften Somehow showing that she knows Something of my position sleeping Underneath the calm Im keeping Dut alas there Isnt any Chance at all to get In work She Is heiress to millions many I am Just a ribbon clerk Ive no chance to go uwoolnc So you see theres nothing doing IDelic1te I do so llko to travel said- MlssOldlshlbrit It Is so expels sire One ns young ns you sold tho polite man should be nba to travel for half fare The Dimple Science may point out that n dlmplo Is a blcmlflh nod that It has no bush ness on n perfect face but science could not write books enough to cots Vince doubting stints of this great truth IIn fact if a young lady has a couple of dimples mixed In with her other feature the average man will over look several other faults She may pcrhnpa be n trlllc shy on education nod not have money enou h to buy n slightly damaged duke but If a girl hats n few dimples ns her stuck In tnulo she can come pretty near taking her pick of the young teen of the neighbor oriIt Is mighty easy for a ulna If he Is convinced that n dimple Is a blemish when he hits won the favor of a girl who Is nfllleted with them to console himself with time thought that none of us are perfect nnywiiy Sweet Words There Is no sweeter word than home You think so when afar you roam And drain at times a bitter cup In hunting joys that dont turn up But some folks take a different view And looking out can tlnd n few Words that are sweeter to their ears Than home If rent Is In arrears lie who the tickers tick attends A sweeter word finds dividends And some men who for power aspire Think once more to their desire nut for your little household lamb There Is no sweeter word than Jam e A Sure Thing If Johnny had four apples and gave two to Mary and two to Fanny Low many would he have left You can bet he would have a dozen left in his pocket If he opened his heart that wayl Evidence Failing Do you believe In ghosts I used to but I have not seen ono walk for so long that I am beginning to have my doubts Crossgraincd line your uncle made n will yctV No he is so contrary that If you would call It a wont he would make n couple of thesis Limited Eternal trope springs eternal In the human breast But by and by When things are put to the eternal test The springs go dry PERT PARAGRAPHS When n girl Is In love she thinks that all the other girls are too frivolous for anythingWe t realize what a blessing tho public schools are till they close for the long vacation A fanciful fool may not till you chock full of wisdom but ho Is a cheerful chap to see on a rainy day People who have rubber necks are apt to have the same kind of con sciencesA does not seem half ns but when wo commit It ourselves as It does when our neighbor commits it Some peoples children are almost as well cared for ns some other peoples dogs It Is qulto safe for a girl to marry any man who can Imndlon balky horse and keep his temper Shes not your tootslo wootslo in the good old summer time unless you tuko an active interest In the Ice cream trust The Citizen An INDEPENDENT FAMILT XEWsrirn Inbltilied every Thdrdart Berts Ky JAMES M RACER Editor end Publlihrr SCHSCItlPTION UATKS rATAULt IH AUTAXCB One year II M niontht M Three months 2 Band money tr Ioiloflloa Money Ordr rru Money Order Clerk Draft Kfjlttrrtd later or one and two rent ilvmp rhr lIt i after your yam howl to whit Ute tubirrlpllon It pplcl II It li not bus eJ within three wtd1 After sending us lonrjr nollfy H- INubierllitrs wlihliig Tua eiTHI topped tiiiit notirj us t the explrxtloit ol Ihflr sub pivn sll Anan otherwise ws abort Elpllou that tbfjr with It eouttnund eastaneulsnychaneaInyouradt-resslevhsr berth old add yew addnues iltttlni Nnmbers due lo romloc sir in the roils or otherwise will gladly be sup f lle l II ne are notified Agents Tamed In very lor llly Write for Inns Anyone tending in tour oiw yearly ubcrtpUoal will receive Tar Clrlrp free for the year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL- New Furnishings In every room All service first class Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop lecond Court lnrtopi llouw Richmond Ky Ice Cream JI All Flavors Ice Cream Sods Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt jt Jt Phono JOES No 58 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Ccrner Richmond Ky DR MUE JONES Dentist Office Over Printingoffice BEREA KT Open Every Day from 0 oclock t m until 4 oclock pid Dont Llo Awake At night and scratch until you are eazy Paracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottle is guaranteed to give you satis faction or money refunded So why suffers Get a bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Powor For Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a bilious attack I took one Smal as it was it did me more good that calomel blue mass or any other pill ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Earl Rsers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUIT VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicled T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Kj- THOSB No 73 Miller House Newly fiUt dlip Meals am Board and Lodging at popul prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop e Main St Richmond Itj t Williams he better prepay ed than ever todo your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL e REPAR1XG promptly Clean lag and Preeing a specialty Work guaranteed t lye L Willlams i Halo street Bere Ez flIt rrtttri flIt 11rr 3- Liu itithirrii 1It llrpltltltr By J J WOOLLEY Commander or the C A R of Rhode Island HE old soldier veteran of the civil war is a living epistle known and read of all men His presence among us is a reminder of the war an inspiration to duly a living exponent and illustration of patriotism The Grand Army of the Republic is made up of the honorably discharged union soldiers None others are die gible to membership in it It is a nonsectarian and nonpartisan politically organization and yet its fundamental principle is loyalty to the government It is a bulwark against treason and everything else that menaces the welfare pros parity and safety of the nation To the children and young people the old oldier is eve an object of interest and his relation of his experience in the struggle for the preservation of the union cud the government is more inter sting and impressive than the printed page The creation of an intelligent citizenship and the establishment of institutions necessary to the preservation and perpetuation ol cur repub lican form of government lie in the development and extension of our public schools Social order exalted views of life and appreciation of our privi leges and the promise of olir future as a nation arc secured by an intel ligent and careful use of our opportunities These things the Grand Army of the Republic ievks to secure and foster No greater service can be rendered to our country than to pro mote and establish her interests in the welfare intelligence ami high moral quality of her people The I Ifveterans of the civil war see all Y 3 j CUTTr Q thisaud for them they stand That Japan has prac abstiltitan By R T5UKIcndurell is an answer Prominent toCounlryus if we should cense eating meat Of course it is no hardship for a Japanese to do without meat because he has lived for so long without it No doubt shore was a time in the beginning when it seemed a hardship to be deprived of meat as food but that was so long ago that thcie is no record of it The religion of the Japanese first taught them to live without animal flesh and the practice becoming general and extending over a great period of time meateating is now repugnant to the average Japanese taste at least in the quantity and condition in which meat is consumed by west ern there would be a period of more or less distres anon a great number of people in this country if they should be diprvicd of their neat but I dpynot believe that it would be very long before itva found that meat is not indispensable and that it is better for many reasons to get along without it an n constant article of diet This vould be especially true if people voluntarily or for some moral or humane reason gave up the use of meat Whether we would be as strong and healthy without anent nu v be answered by referring again to the case of Japan Where shall we rind a people of more endurance and courage than the Japanese War is supposed to bring out the elements of a peoples strength and we find that in the east today the Japanese are performing prodigies of hard work and hard fighting without depending on meat as a fowl At tine battle of Nanshan hill the soldiers of the Fourth division who w redirected to take Katchoti had to support themselves for 18 hours on a little dried rice but they proved themselves fully a match for the gnat framed beefeating Russians The Japanese wrestlers are among the strongest individuals in the worldand they are also the most temperate while they use meat slot at all and train practically on rice If anybody would find out how true it is that n meat diet is not the best to promote strength and health let him give vegetables a fairer testrt zI- t jcan hardly be tic fir that prowess in atlt uur tt 1 tniedgt t is one of the best HOVEYadvertisements a collegeBy H Ofrownor n a college successful in athletics in these modern days is known far and wide over the country and I think it must be admitted that a great many boys who are otherwise equally balancedas to which college they will attend will turn to the one successful in ath letics They like to be on the winning side sucIcessfulsuch boys are not the most desired by a college This brings the ques tion town simply to the query Does the athlete rank as high as the average college boy and does he turn out to be as successful as the aver age man in after life Theoretically the spirit of winning and the training to win at any thing should he of advantage to any man The same elements which produce a good athlete go to produce a successful man Practically also I believe statistics show that the athlete ranks above the average of his class in college and afterward in life athletes more than hold their own with any other one class If then the athlete is a desirable college man it cannot be questioned that the successful college will secure the largest attndance of this class ofstudents Success in college athletics also tends to strengthen loyalty among its undergraduates and alumni The accounts of the victories of his alma mater arc a perpetual reminder to the alumnus of his connection with that college and serve in a way to keep alive and constant his inter est in its welfare In these three ways then at least by keeping the college in the public eye by making it a little more attractive to the young man and by keeping alive the enthusiasm and loyalty of its alumni success in ath letics would seem to be of benefit to any college dL44f41 THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for September 111004Eltjati Taken Up Into Heaven Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright 101 Ly J SI KJton LESSON TEXT longs 8111 Memory Verses ML And It came to pace when the Lord would take up KUJuh lobo Heaven by a whirlwind that tilUab went with KUstia tram Gllgnl Tarryheremil to Ilethel And Klltbu said unto Mm As the Lord llrelh and thy soul llvttli I will not leave thn So they went down to lielhel s And tte sons of the prophets that at lielhel came forth to Klslm and wereI unto him Knowett thou that the Lord take away thy matter from thy head toIday And he said Yea know Hi hod your tarry euceIsent ICe lIT Jericho And he Bald As lb Lord liveth and 01 thy soul llvcth I not leave thee So they ruins to 9111I 5 And the sonn of the prophets that at Jericho came to Kllihix and sold unto him Knowest thou that the Lord will lake away thy master hum thy Lead to uuyl And he answered Yea I know IIi hold ye your peace G And Elijah said unto him Tarry I pray thee here for the Lord hath tent me to Jor dan And he said An the Iord liveth und an thy tout llvcth I will net leave true Ard they two wont on 7 And fifty men of the sass of the proph eta went and stood to view afar oil und they two stood by Jordana And Elijah took his mantle and wrapped It together mid smote the waters and they ncredltldej hither and thither so that they two went over on dry ground And It came to pats when Ibt gone over that Elijah said unto KIIhI Ask what shall ilo for thee before I betaken away from thcr And Hllsba sold I pray thee spirit bo upon meI10 And he said Thou halt asked a hard thing nevertheless If thou see me when am taken from thv it shall La so wale thee but If not It shall net to so And It same to pass as they sllilntnt on and talked that behold there appeared a chariot of nre and horses of lire patted them beth asunder and Elijah up by a whirlwind Heaven HCitI TilE LESSON Includes the fret of ElijahIact of GOLDKN TEXTIle wit not tut Ocd took hlmU en 52- 1TIItSomethtnc over ten year alter the events of the lallluonl- IACYKIIJah started at OKgal a rd traveled with Kllsha toward the voutteast through Uethel and Jericho and then across the Jordan perhaps to MaualNvfce Comparing Scripture with Sor1itnr Testing of KlIshaAI one reads this lesson the question It forced upon us Did Elijah wish to get away row Klltha In the light of verse 91 think we iniust say No Tbo angel of God did not want to get away from Jacob and yet he said liit me go He slaked to lest Jacob and the testing completed the blessings followed Gen 3242I Elijah Knowing of his early departure would test Hllsba und prove his fitness ai his iiiccessor Testing Is notfor the m1nthe blessing Ellilin followed isle mRlI lxamlIlledun Ileb 12G 7 11 and the Chris tlan la admonished to rejoice In the testing Jas 124 Ellsha was perslttent Ito had the qualities of a Paul 1ull 313 He saw the glory of blttslng ahead and hi was determined to have It at all hazard This Is one of the Indispensable qual tile In Gods servants If they lack III they prove unfit for the reiponslbie places In Christs Kingdom 2 Watchful No heavy cjceverinw GoUs glory No sluggish heart ever felt the exquisite heart beat of the Divine presence That Elijah was to be taken up Into Heaven had In some way been revealed to Ellaha anti the students at the schools of the prophets at Glleal Bethel and Jericho vs 3 5 Ellsba was determined to behold that glorious sight The eye of faith wan In the watch tower j and the natural eye obedient to the loul yearning was faithfully keeping Elijah In view Gllgal Is left behind and Uethel Is reached but nothing can divert the attention of Ellaha nothing can make him tarry behind Jericho Is visited am still Ellaha hangs oneThe Jordan II reached If Elijah goes down Into Its depths Elliha will follow Ah how many Christians are back on the hill prophetlI3 Ambitious Let a double tion of thy spirit be upon me True amI bltlon finds Its center and object In God Ellsha was ambitious for God as a pOSe session that he might more effectually serve God during the apostate state of the kingdom The ambition that makes God Its end and aim and purpose Is the safe ambition We are told to covet the best gifts 1 Cor 1231 The great trouble with Christian people is that they ask and receive not because they ask amiss that they may consume II upon their lusts JtI 43 The assure ance ot Rom 82627 is blessed encour agement 4 Triumphant Ell aha saw It DbIIng God Is willing la give is dependent wholly upon our capacity to receive tile need to pray for larger capacity THE GOLDEN TEXT lie Was Not for God Took Him pr G Campbell Morgan tells of a IIlUI child who gave a mutt exquisite explan atlon of walking with God She went home from Sunday school and the mother said Tell me what you learned at school And the said Dont know mother we have been hearlnll- about a man who used to go with God His name was Enoch And mother one day they went for an extra long walk and they walked on and on until God said to Enoch You are a long way front Home you had better time la atd stay And be went IAVrilKIt Is loose in lie lum cf men Biroiir irufty and cruel mul roar may kruw That wooded valry shall laid bits din Or by what petite he will comr pad ge In the skailml tiff toughs he may IIr coasentrd p In waynKr bom tetra In noway 1hefather hue taken Ms adM And the mMher watehe the rhlllrtn welt nhhljf ultlgbbSame llrlnIbrain thingFilllint what of the enemy rcr far Who roam at wit ihr uich the city rt rev- ifhe t lurk white the seekers Ir frtnMuir are Wtl rnet the pains wHh mutt frttT le 1Ibojs trllIIJlnb basely and taknt befee him rah Ile ci Hm for mlMil agataudapatn Will yw award by law iieg Alrabcit ofeaseeuthstts jawrt Will ou have him new Ie a fats far n In tie ietpath uf Ued far a rlghleuus Hirer Art e and forthe Uttucr runel Words rtart A JUST LAW How the Laws of Hllnols Protect the Interests of the Relatives of the Drinker Now that attention ties wen turned iu many quarters to the taluonkfep says llaUIllly lor Injuries 10 ficrvuns to wbota the drink has bUll gold wt t10Ib re one section of the law of this iHbJeei Srilon nine of itiv ilK 1174Ior meana of support by an ixmtn or In coNBiquenoe laloxlealrtlI thin habitual or otVcrwlic ton shall have a right ofaci Ion Mvr ally or jointly aoaltuM any person or persons who shall by lAllInx or Riving intoxicating liquors hays caused the In suchlIOK rmlltiR leasing or permitting the ordinal on of any building or premhte And having knowledgn that IrioilratlM liquors are void therein or who having leased the name for other purnotee skill knowingly jwrmlt therein the sale of any Intoxicating liquor that have rnuif In whole or In part the Jloxlra thin of any person shall bi llah l tf ally or jointly with the persona nrIraid for all damages tuitalned and ncemplary damages It will be seen that the statute If very broad in its wopo and leaves no loop holes fur rltvnr lawyers It should be borne In nilnj alro that ender the lilt nols dramtliop act It Is not necessary to stale the kind of liquor mid or to dr icrlbf the place where It In told Net theIlnlOlkaled tlnrnkardIinowner building In which the liquor was sold TEMPERANCE ITEMS hlKhInsuch as llavarla and Ralxburg Andrew Carnegie gives a hones of wagestowho nro total abstainer from Intoxi cating drink HP believes that such are well worth their bonus both from in economic and a wiclal point of view Dr Taeciiif jf rtlllon the famous chief of the BtatlHilral bureau of Paris lins written a volume entitled Alco holism anti he Way to Fight It Drink ho declare Is llkrly to prnvt the ruin of the French race unlew something Iii stone to overcome the nablt The marine Insurance companies do- Ing business In New York have started n temperance movement Ina novel and practical way For ships on which theyIrateUosIYrariy rulrrd by Mlroncdrlnk rnlrrrlilmTou can sire your own example To tIc spfp uLslulnlnir side Ehedlie thim from lime temptation MnoJons rouisa afire bon Tin dltd BURDETTE ON THE SALOON The Distinguished Humorist Ex presses iris Opinion of the Liquor Traffic Now whit another man iajf some body told him he heard Mid I wand toady to dispute out general principles That Isnt evidence In any aolQt In the world llu let me say it myself and Ill Hand by It to the last eomnm and hyphen Now hear me Mf K my ft If About the mwer of prohlblwry lawn to proliilyi the laws of the stato utalnit murder do not entirely prevent murder lout nevertheless am op posed to licensing one murderer to eve cry 10 many thousand person even on ptiltlon cf a majority or the property owners In the blork that wo nay Live all the murder that lit desirable In the cominittiiy under wise regutailauii with a little Income for the umnlelpal Ity I believe In the absolute problll tlon of murder i The lawn of the country nroblbUlnft toil1nc do not entirely prevent steal hit Neverlhelea I am opposed to a hlKh license system of tealIiiR provid ed that all theft shall bo restricted to rrrtaln authorlird thieves who shall steal only between the hours of say six- a m and 1130 p m nxrept Sunday when 10 stealing shall be done except by stealth entrance to be made In all cafes on that day by the but door and ul the Mrf s risk I Mltave lu laws that absolutely forbM theft litany hour on any day of the week And on the same ground and just an positively ilo I believe in the prahl triton of the liquor truffle And I serer uld that I didnt And I sid say that I did And I DO I tin my that the heal way to make a man a temperate man Is pu teach him not to drink lint a wloon It sat a kin IhrlIrttn of rottrety Your town Ir under no obligation to any nlooa All ttat It Is In rMpcctttbltlti and ptrma atet ropfrliy It has grow n to lie without ike ailMniKe of phi lhf wr t traflle You dosl owe a ttetlar or a mtrrhani or a resident yoti Jowl own owe Item of the otlracllveneiu awl pope larlU of yotir town to Iho rttcta and Naoatag ijflurnr of a writer ctntHill with a rroap of sidewalk laaftf It Is deliberately rlnlmul by tome e who appsar to INI sane Os other mibJMis that lu property instruct a sober ltele Is the wnys of sobriety and to Dark real batah11 the boa Wand virtues uf umpenmee ym setene the itHllui nf liquor In tIM town be roan who orl lnatml that leacwthi to have It IwUd and xlbU II at the ftt Louis oxpodilow awl ht tboMld IN loatttd HP broils It M port of the cxhlMi Tbrre wu ease a titan wlto orated parrot It ewer like pirate A neighbor ownml a lurrotthat wowM urn swear at all kit baMtMlly sled only the most decorum i laiiKWise Let me lave our parrot for n moaih MJ tie owner of the goe4 bird will keep tbm In UM eels room and mlMi will teach your mot to sweet ne birds were rORtd aide by ride And everybody who knows MMVgh lo know anyfbhni knows wbtcb t rrnt had his vnabHtary ecrtchoJ wltk sew and martllHB word Krtp your town elena from Ihtsv evil If men wHl vtetale tbo law In order to Kratlfy evil habit mad taste t dont try to cure the ate of lawbreak lug by parting a law which It wonW r be easy and wicked to obey An to itroblbltlMi IN Ian4au U any lhiior man think there hi big mtamf and a safe thing In running a Mind pig In Iaaadona let trim caaketea- nd try It If be has any love for kia liberty and Hrk tbook howtfor ltd will iu well lo consult the follows who have tried It If ho ean find twist wo cant They are In liMhig sotnewhrro oat to the desert ItiiHnliig a JoIllt- Iin Pasadena Is Ilk running a powder In a imelilnR furnare Its Mighty whlli It lasts but It dauat last long enough to be profltaW If the raloon nnn Inslat tm tinotlng rat on this loplc let them oawmlt thlir to memory that they may repeat It as they need It do not know out Oftd thing about the saloon It tk an evil thing that has not one redeeming thing IB all Us history to commend it to KWH men It breaks the laws of God and man It desecrates the Sabbath It profanes the name of religion it defies public order II tramples under foot the tcncmt fecllcfis of humanity Is a moral pestilence ihat bllehl the very atmosphere of town and country II In n stain upon honesty a blur upon purl ty a clog upon progress a cheek upon the nobler impulses It Is an Incentive to falsehood deceit and crime From Biith a hateful fountain head can there flow n dear stream Can you name one Rood thing the saloon hex ever done for humanliy one good thing broullbtforlhfluence sweet and healthful and purr Kraclous situ beautiful which will lln for lovingly In the memory of men when you have burled the rum power to make thorn say God bleu the sa loon for the good It did Search through the history of this hateful thing and read sue page over which some mother ran bow her grateful lured and thank God for nil the aalooa die for her boy There Is no such record All Ha history Is written In tears and blood with smears of shame and stains dllgrartII 111Areor county men who will bo the tools Rdfairmake your liven and your united etraiFlh tell for all that Is beat and cleanest lu tood government The ravaR of drink In Edinburgh huve It appears reached the wonatk proportion rver lnown In the expert once of the Kdlnliuic lunatic ajylum COLONY HOUSED FOR CHICKS The Model nero Described and Pic Lured Has Been Used Success fully for Year The uses of these houses may well r tie likened to plant growing Wa quite frequently atari tomatoes and cabbage plants In very malt boxes leaving them there until time to transplant to their cold storage frames and later to the held where they nil ish their growth What would we ex Sleet these plants to amount to if left where the seed was first started It i la needless to answer this question for any aano person know That Is just i what we do with our chicks when wi atlttnpt to raise them around the Ixill line with older fowls P I have these buildings set all over toy place about 100 frot apart with I lied room to put them farther apart After my chick have reacted a certain age they are transferred to their lioiuta where they are allowed full freedom just as soon as they are od nough to know when to go In and out of the rain and storm If farmer i would keep more fowls and em ploy this plan scattering the youns b COLONY IIOtHK WITH HfN 4 end old stock out over the grain and grail fields a great deal less damage would be done by Insect p sta than there Is today We have not the nu merous varieties of birds today to do this work as used to be the rue Oh nol The girls are wearing them In their bats now So we ought to sup ply some domesticated bird to do tin work and thereby reap a twofold ben ant and our fowls would be far health Ur for It- About eight years ago the grain fields In the neighborhood were being devoured by the army worm I placed colonies of pullet In my neighbors w lluUelllntwould go after a box of strawberries Such feasting you never saw and the test part of the bargain was hall to supply no feed for several weeks Wa ter and grit was all had to see lo end such growth I never got before nor since and eggs commenced to come about 30 days earlier than usu al Furthermore I received thanks from my surrounding neighbors for raving at least a portion of their train My colony house are built of six inch drop aiding sills studding and ratters are two by four Ground plan is six by six tot square facing south + or southeast five feet high In front J three feet high In rear with a wlndorr i sixlighted In front and door two feet six IncHs wide and four feet high at 1the east tide All shown In the cut It best lo have the window so It can be slid wide open at wilt and closed tia easily so we can ventilate to meet the changes of the weather All the furniture thAt poet with these little houses la two perchu MX feet long made of two by four scantling and n brooder and drinking fountain Koch house hu a yard to the south 12 feet long No house Is ever complete with arolfprobably not old enough to be given unlimited range and It will not do to t confine them In their house I nil i r sure to stunt their growth If a yard Is at hand they can be given tie same rare and treatment they were accus tomed to in the regular brooder house and wr know just where they are Following this practice the operator Is not affected by Inclement weath tt er no matter how severe or wet or windy all work can be done Indoors Even In our severest Wisconsin win ter weather I have brooded chicks with grand success by this plane In building the colony houses some t people try to Improve over my plan r land build them larger Dont do it It iJ may ba all right to build them larger Iff It you are sure you never want to uo ithem In cold weather but If built lar ftr and nothing but the heat that es capes tom the lamp In the brooder to warmitteal of time outside of their ritJroollr and we mustencourago then ea much as possible C B MaUcnon In Ohio Farmer JIJ Very Wearing on the Soil nrHlchord T Gotthell of Columbia + unlverUty has a broad knowledge of oriental tales and proverbs One day he told an old Persian story about a pessimistic farmer Good friend a Visitor sold to the farmer you are fortunate this year He pointed to 2the heavy and rich grain fields spread y log as far as the eye cou d see You cant grumble he went on about your crop this seaion eh No whined the reulmUt but a crop like JiUi U t7rrJbly wcfrlpg Op the toll A HINT FOR BEEKEEPERS Row to Secure Full Service of the IIoneyMnk r Without Weakening the Colonies Apiarist Edwin Uevins claim to have discovered two ways In which lay lug worker colonies can be disposed of so u to get all the service out of the bees that they can render and yet keep the numbers of the colonies up to what It was before One way Is to place the hive contain ing the laying workers over a strong colony with a fertile queen placing e newspaper with a small hole In It be tween the two hives says the New York Firmer The bees will unite peaceably and when considerable workerbrood appears In the upper hive the hive can be placed on another stand and the bees wHI rear a queen from the brood If the old queen can be Intro duced about three days after the re Naval of the hive The other plan Involve the taking of a couple of frames of hatching brood from a hive and placing them In an other hive over a strong colony with a frame having a wire cloth nailed to both sides of It between the two hives Thus a fertile queen and her escort are released on two combs and In a few days there wHI be a nucleus strong enough to take care of the queen This hive Is then set down by the side of the hive holding the laying workers Every two or three days a frame with the ben roust be transferred from the layingworker hive to the nucleus By the time all but two of the frames are placed In the new hive the queen Is at work there and everything Is harmoni ous As regards the two frames taken to form the nucleus they can be returned to the places from which they were taken or these places can be tilled by the frames remaining unused the layingworker hive THE DRAINAGE OF SWAMPS Farmers Who Have No Experience In the Work Should Engage Services of Engineer There is no general rule to guide In experienced persons In the draining of swamp lands The quality of swamp land varies as much as do upland As a general rule here cranberry and mow swamp are not the ones to drain for agricultural purposes unMts un derlaid near the surface with well rotted muck and clay subsoil Swamps covered with good timber not scrub anti all kind of grass swamps are al molt always all right for farming A good swamp farm well drained Is all right Clay subsoil swamps are prefer able to sand or hardpan Loose soil should not be drained too deep the first two or three years but gradually deepen the drains as the soil settles which on some swamps Is con Idirnble Above all things do not burn off the top soil as such marshes are nearly ruined It not quite It Is true some swamps are ruined by drain lag while others are benefited from the first As said above It depends much on the kind and quality Neighborhoods that have no experience In such matters would do well to engage the services of an experienced engineer As to my own experience as a beenIno reason complain grow hay corn potatoes vegetables etc George Muteblor In Orange Judd Farmer FINISH FOR A FENCE END Unexcelled for Effectiveness fI Well as for Cheapness of Labor and Material Required Tile accompanying sketch simplifies tho end and covers fence post question and for effectiveness and slaythere ability none can excel also for cheap new of labor and material First ei sentlon Is a proper sized post No 1 brace 12 led long 4x4 of good durable A FENCE END FINISH limber muted at both ends to fit bear- Ing snugly No 2 stone of good size and flat firmly embedded In ground No3 four strands of No 9 wire proper length or two single wires don ble length from post to end of brace securely fattened to end of brace and to post aa shown draw tight and use stick to twist until all clank Is taken up Edward E Towncend In Epl tomUt The Digestibility of Fate With mice and guinea pips as sub jects the Arkansas station has been conducting some very Interesting ex dlgeSllblllItwere found to be more easily and com pletely digested than the raw oils Fluid oils and soft fate proved more digestible than heavy oils and hard fats The vegetable oils were found not to be Inferior to animal tall as heat producers and to be equal or superior In drscstlblllty The effect of an In crease In tho melting point of a fat on the percentage of digestibility became less as the mcltng point approached or rose above the temperature of the body Wool growing presents a possible means of Improving and making prof itable the poor and rough lands Sheep once fat and then allowed to become poor never do well again HER HEARTS TENANT DY FLORENCE HAMILTON RANDAL You are quite mistaken said the Girl I never knew you until lately never even saw you before you took pos session of my rooms Jut the New Tenant who had grown familiar of late was equally Insistent to the contrary never forget a heart though I dunt always recognize faces lie said Ill admit your rooms have changed If you like since I looked at them before but I once knew there quarters well and I have not forgotten how bright and sunny they were Hut this Is so stupid of you said the Olrl Ill tooter I am very much haveIyou ago forgotten the fact Ah but you persist In thinking of appearances and faces said the New Acquaintance Cant you look deeperShe gazed at him long and steadily You do remind me of some one she said at last hut some one I should never then have dreamed might turn out to be you- Because you would not know me then he raid reproachfully You drove me away put me out of your life dltowned me You declared I thrust myself on you hurt your pride lowered your selfrespect and you shut your door In my face In short Ah I see you are beginning to remember Yet I was I when you did not care to continue ray acquaintance just as much then as now when you think me a fit perron to associate with It Is only circumstances that have changed Well you would have nothing to do with me and though tome think me a pushing Individual often coming when not wanted I respected your wishes and went That was because had not known you long enough to make you feel my power Now It Is diner eat you could not tend me away to day could younow when you have nothing against my character when the barriers of conventionality are broken Iuld you send me away In polite IfaleI Not Out what If It bl Just as bad for you to know me as before What If the barrier which you thought broken still existsHow you torture me to she cried You know It Is not true Ills wife la dudII deadandtl am only learning to live You have often told me that Out suppose that was a cruel prank fate played and that you are not free to chouse your acquaintance as YO- lbbI am still an outlawI should still be forbidden to reel In your heart Will you drive me out again now when you know me The Girl hid her face In her bands a face from which all happiness had de parted No she moaned you will have to stay and ye my lifelong punish ment and solace cannot let you go know your power If f never did before why oh why did I ever let you Into toy heart It IB a sin for you to stay Was It a sin to harbor me those boat few weeks then he asked No she said for I thought thought That he was free Poor child Yet- who can blame roc or ou7 I am selfish I admit I do not stop to think whether It Is better for the Icsfcee when I want shelter I must live I must have house room I pay my rant Who says do not give good measure for all I owe So many happy thoughts and days of de lightful reverie Surely I am worth my lodging when I ask little In return The Girl paced up and down the floor In her misery You ask my ftll she cried Why oh why did I let you In 7 You did not know me be said It was not your own fault She turned on him fiercely You may have houseroom she said Out it will be only that you understand 7 A room shall be yours under lock and key but I I shall be your warder and I will never let you out As you will said he for I know you mean what you say and after all I can only do what you will let me But take care that I do not fare badly If you give me nothing to eat the walls of your heart will yield me sustenance You shall starve she cried You unity eat my heart out If you will The Tenant eyed her pityingly as he retreated to his barred chamber You are so brave he said and you might so easily spare yourself all this There la no more wrong In bar boring me now than before Is there I am no worse character than I was again It Is only circumstances that have changed Well we wont go over the whole argument again It Is a drawn battle far and we shall see who will win In the end And neither the Man nor the World knew of the prisoned Tenant and they deemed that her heart had small house room and narrow Which was true For so little she owned that one day she gave over possession to another Tenant gray and old who yet drove out the first long a defeated victor Then the man guessed the truth but the World never Canadfan Mag azine The Other Boy Was You have been In another fight Tommy said a West side mother to her sevenyearold boy Nome I wuznt either was the dogged reply Why Tommy I can tell by your all pearance that you have been lighting Your face la all scratched up You mustnt story about It aint tellln no story I said I wuznt In It an I wuint Plttobure Press Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATDER and floe FINE Invite you to drive profitlook aa well OB tko rest of jour turnout or is it thalby and thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Ilar ncfib horn Our Largo Stock at astonishingly reaeonablo youdecideteas do let us put it in good repair for you It wont coat much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Skin Diseases Eczema Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved and quickly cured by the free use of Para camph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the akin healthy end smooth S E Welch Jr Lu Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stone and Monuments which 1 will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky u 4 Qd t 1865BereaPLACES TIIE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and four lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaiir ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano TheoryfWe are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Ciiristiaa education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental to meet of the school from instruction nUll must ulsol maybelbroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalist Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations t Ton INFORMATION AND KBIENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TOE flECIlKTART WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County K1 Madison County Roller Mills lIoIItIIIoJ Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour iIlIIloII Potts Duerson Whites Station Ky I CUREO 16 FREEtLANr Scholarships T THE CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College fortwoTerms of one young mnn nnd one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison Owsley IuhiBki and Kockenslle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who take Tint CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December let This should be filled out with the names nnd addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarships to be given These ballots when received at Tore CITIZEN office count one each for the young man nnd young woman whoso names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to THE CITIZEN will rev ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months DO votes for each 3 months 25 voles for each The young man nnd young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TUB CITIZEN for two terms in Baron College which will save each one from SOO to 1400 in cash The only expense to which they will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be hndchenper in Berea than at auy other firatclast school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or nay of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mall to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybody START NOW Cut this out fin in with names of your favorites and mall to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of the recent I vote for Mr action of IheKentucky Leg islature Berea College cnn of pos mce county as the most popular young man receive no colored students the coming year therefore this offer Ie open onlyandforMI88 to white contestants of I poetoflke county ai the most popular young woman I THE CITIZENIj Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HHHHMMK I II I II I t II t I II r I I I H IIrlHH+HH H John D White of Clay County wits in Borea Tuesday B E Cartmell returned Friday night from Akron Ohio Will Duncan has gone to Van Alstyno Texas for a visit Millard Lutes of Carr Mo is visiting his sister Mrs L C Duncan Rev II J Derthick and family left Friday morning for Hazel Green Miss Ethel Mao Richardson left Saturday fora weeks visit at Wildio The Union Church and Sunday school will give a picnic Saturday at Slate Lid Mite Jennie Hanson entertained 10 guests at a progressive flinch party Friday night Mr and mC B Lindsloy re turned Friday from a months visit at Corning N Y Miss Eva Duncan who has been in Cincinnati for several days has returned to Winchester Several from hero went to the Scaffold Cane Teachers Association meeting Saturdaymening Howard Clark is very sick at tho homo of his parents Mr and Mrs S L Clark on Chestnit street A number of people front Berea attended the Teachers Association meeting at Wallaceton Saturday Mrs Sara L Hoag entertained Thursday night in honor of the birthday of Mr Arthur Worthen Mr and Mrs Jones of Cincinnati visited Sunday at tho homo of her parents Mr told Mrs S G Hanson Mrs Lewis of Eubanks Ky has rented the house of Geo Hoffman on Center street and will move hen 50011Mrs Sallio Burns left Sunday for Hamilton Ohio for II two weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Sophia MorganA of Berea people attended tho meting of the Congregational Association at Combs Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Geo Hoffman and two chil dren will leave soon for Knoxville Tonn where tho children will enter Knoxville College It is said that a vein of ore con taining gold and silver has been dis covered on tho farm of Richard Parks near Slate Lick Mr and Mrs L C llinmau re turned Saturday night from their trip to Boston Niagara Falls and other joints in tho Eat Editor Washington of tho Corbin Ky Neics was a Berea visitor Wednesday and looked over the College buildings laud grounds Fon SALEGood Milch Cow C C Rhodus tf All persons wishing to tarnish board or rooms to students of Borea College this year are requested to callon tho Secretary not later than Saturday evening This will help tho householder an well as help tho stu dents to get located tho first day of school rI 11 I HI r I H IHII I I I jj College Items HERE AND THERE H11III1IIH HI I IMII r r Fridayiron SaturdaytrollNorman Frost returned from tho Worlds Fair Monday night Supt Edwards and Camilwill occupy a part of Dr CorneliusMiouso on Main street Miss Daisy Smith n student horo AugustnMiss Charlotto Catchpolo loft Saturday for Williamsburg Iy t J AcademydoLewis D Mount a student hero 1thopast two years will enter Wes Reserve Dental College at Clove land Ohio this fall Mist Mario Maltha graduate of tho Normal Department in ISOWIIS married to Harry A Beckett at Cleveland Ohio August 27 They will make their homo at 81 Boltoir Clevelandq Berea students and teachers was recently hold at the of Miss Alice K Douglas at J 1homo Ohio The following present Misses Himnuii Ja Chapin Swoozy rand Shaw Ted Pasco and wife J Hammond Whitingj STUDENT EXCURSIONS For the opening of the Fall Tern of Berea College will be run from the following pointsIFROM CHICAGO via BIG FOUR railroad leaving tho Illinois Central Depot on tho Lako Front and Twelfth Street at 830 P Mon Monday September 12 The exctir sion will bo in charge of Mr Bruce Barton who will meet inemlwrs of tho party in tho Main Waiting Hoom Tho train arrives in Cincinnatiat 710 tho next morning Tho fart from Chicago to Berea is Sl0 FROM CLEVELAND via BIG FOUR railroad leaving tho lnion Depot on the Lake Front afrBanfc nnd Water streets at 030 P Mon Monday September 12 The excur sion will bo in charge of Mr Chas F Bender who will meet members of tho party in the Ladies Waiting Room Tho train arrives in Cincin nati at 750 tho next morning Tho faro from Cleveland to Berea isStX FROM CINCINNATI via KEN TUCK CENTRAL divison of the Louisville C Nashville railroad leav ing the Central Dejwt at tho corner of Central Avenue and Thirdstreet at 805 A M on Tuesday Septom her 13 The excursion will IHJ in charge of Mr IL M Racer who will meet meinl ers of the party in tho Lower Waiting Room The train arrives in Berea at 111 P1 Tho faro from Cincinnati to Borea is 200ALL SHOULD BE ON HAND at least ono hour before the train is scheduled to leave in order to pro cure tickets in a lady check baggage etc which cannot well lx done until all are present The Irons in charge of the various parties will wear Berea College colors Cream and Blue DO NOT FAIL to wear the colors as they will bo tho moans of indentificntion Any further information regarding tho excursions or any other matters will bq cheerfully furnished if you will writo to WILL C GAMBLE Secretary Borea College PLAYING WAR The Blue and the Brown Armlet Were In Fierce Combat Headquarters Gainesville Va Sept 7The blue and the brown armies woro In tierce combat when halted by the chief umpire at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon Previous to this tho com manders of the two forces had spent the time maneuvering for position The net result of the day Is that Gen Grant who is charged with forcing back Qen Bolls brown army through Thoroughfare Gap has not been ablo to break the line of defense estab lished by Gen Bell during tho early hours of the morning The northern half of Gen Bolls de tense line Is composed of infantry and urtlllnry Gen Grant opposed this force In tho extreme north early in the day but with no success After no companies of the blue army had been ruled oft tho field for attacking In tho open a strong concealed de fense hostilities ceased for nearly three hours During this timo Gen Grant swung the bulk of his Infantry and artillery to tho south in an effort to flank Gen Bells line of Infantry on tho right Gen Bell however learned of tho movements of his ad versary and rushed up his reserves to tho threatened point The two forces came In contact shortly after 2 oclock artillery being brought Into play by the brown army and rapid fire guns spoke on both sides while volley after volley of musket fire added to time sound of battle which could be heard through tho Virginia hills for miles GUESTS OF THE NATION The Members of the InterParllmentary Union on a Tour West Point N Y Sept 7 =Tho members of the Inter Parliamenlary union a body comprising delegates from England and from ovary legislative body In Europe were the guests of the United States Tuesday when a tour of tho country began under tho Auspices of this government Distin guished members of tho various par laments of the old world to tho num bar of 185 wero officially welcomed to these shores at the military academy They made tho trip up the Hudson river from Now York on board tho United States revenue cutters Mohawk and Gresham Escorting tho little revenue flotilla was tho cruiser To pekaAt the military academy tho nations distinguished guests disembarked to the firing of the national salute of 21 guns IUk Ribbon Silk ribbons tray be washed In suds made of lukewarm water and good soap but they must not be wrung or they will be badly creased Wash in o second lot of suds and rinse In clear old water Then lay on a table or board and with rather d stiff nailbrush brush sideways till nil the creases are removed Leave till thoroughly dry Continual rout page ono my observing the probable force lie would have to encounter lie put Oil his lint and strolled over to Grnndfn titer Iennela for dinner He was RIII to dropping In anywhere for dlnnei Miss Amanda met him nt the door for Susan bad not returned Sho WOR somewhat Hushed for sho lint been arguing with Grandfather Ionncl win Insisted that the war of 1812 did not happen since he did not remember It lie had Ilgured that he must have been ten or eleven years old nt lane time mud could not understand how such n wnr hind been fought wltlion Ills flailing It mat Ordinarily Mis Amanda was discreet and waived dls puled points but her ancestors luu fought III the war of 1812 and she would not admit even to Grandfather Ienncl that It hud not occurred Sale wns rather tlustcrcd nt flndlm Manning on the doorstep She hUll heard much shout him nnd In n wnj fenred his control of public opinion Manning tail not regarded her very rlosely heretofore Now be scrutinize her very carefully ns he handed her bb tint and prepared to enter the sitting room She was a pore attractive wo man than he hud supposed he ndmlt nr1IIIIIIttin withered cheeks and even Susan would have admitted tint she unit good eyes Manning soothed Grandfather Ien eel by assuring him tint he remem bered the old gentleman tolling about the war of 1R1U years ago and suggest lug tint be had probably forgotten oil about It This was an adjustment sat isfactory to both sides nail gave Miss Amanda n respect tar his skill ns nn arbitrator Having settled the old moan Manning turned his attention to his prospective foe She had been n schoolteacher in her younger days nnd was better rend than the average She was n lluent talker ns well Mnnnlng was almost sorry when dinner was announced even though Susan fennels dumplings were supposed to Improve OilY chicken stew ever made After that he found that an opponent required more study than he had supposed lIe WAS regularly nt the Pen vela so regularly thAt at length Susan took him to tank It was over at his home anti he wit la the cozy armchair where he hail heard the confessions of half the village I dont like to speak of It Vllllnm she was saying nervously I dont suppose I had any right In the first place to ask you to get that Woman out of the house but you see youre like one of the family mud I thought you me womnnlSlIsnlllug nt n looso button on the chair arm n mighty line woman but you gci altos never bad any husband to domi neer You cant blame her when you realize that you know Now think the best way will be to get n husband for her Susan snllTed You dont happen to know of OilY one who wants her for a wife do youT she naked scornfully Manning blushed No one lie said slowly that Is no one except myself You see Ive been like one of the family to the whole town so long that I never before real ized that It would bo nice to have a family of my own Ile Took annum Two old follows In New Hampshire were the sharpest things In time way of bargaining Cy Iettlnglll made brooms for a living and Kzrn Hosklns kept n store One day Cy came In with n pond of brooms and the dickering began Cy was n man who could MC n bar gal through n six Inch plank on a lark night nnd Ezra could heir a del lor bill rattle In a bag of feathers n mile oil Well they begun their conversation was something like this gun want to sell you these brooms All right Cy Ill take them Cy said I dont want nay store bar jnlns Ill want cash for them They talked nUll gadded awhile and theta Ezra said Ill tell you what Ill tlo Cy Ill give you half cash and half trade Cy took n fresh chew of tobacco Hilled a straw out of ono of the brooms and said Thatll he all right Kzrn After he haul put the brooms In the store Ezra said Heres your money Jy Now what do you want In trade Cy looked around for a spell cookout Ills eye up to the celling stuck his cud In Ills cheek nnd said Well It It Is all the same for you Ezra Ill take brooms Columbia Record Move the stocking upward on the toot by holding between the soft parts of the hands Never use the ends of the lingers us time nails are liable to cut the threads of the delicate weaves now so popular Turn the hose Inside out properly adjust to the toot nod ben bring the upper portion In place b slowly drawinc up with till soft parts of the ImiidH Never catch byI the eJftrenfe top pull host sup porters should be attached to time doti tlo portion or hem of the stocking ns mho buttons will Invariably brerk the single weave Supporters should bo shortened until they just reach tho hem of the stocking In warm wcnth lr n slight sprinkling of talcum powder will both cool the tout and faclll tote adjusting the hose lUlEUSOtf Lest overlove of gold and strivings rude Should lure the nutlon from Ideals high From ilmito duty and fair rectitude A warning voice am EDISON Lo I have laid my hand on mystery And ruled the forces with n forged rod They crc mysterious gtlll that men may see line near and tar Is Qod VltUburg Dispatch G Enrl Or or Grey who has been nppolnted tho Karl of MInto his broth erinlaw as governor general of Can olIo Is a nephew of the third Knrl Grey whom lie succeeded In ISM Ills father was the late general the lion Charles Gay who was private secre tary to Queen Victoria Karl Gray was born nt St James palace In ISol Vlrr Ailnilrnl Kntuliunrn One of the most dlllleult tasks com mitted to an ollleer of the Japanese navy Is that Intrusted to Vice Admiral Knmliuurn who Is second In command to Vice Admiral Count Togo Admiral ICnmlmuni Is charged with the duty of looking after the Itusslnu Vladivostok fleet operating In the Japan sea He and the commander of the Russian fleet Admiral IlezohrajMff bare Intm playing n gnine of hide and seek Ad miral Knmlmura was In coma his nut of the AkltMUslilnm nt the battle of the Yolu during the ClilnnJnpan wart tee Ail rnl ItriuliritsofT The victories of the JsjwneKO lead forces In Munoliurlii eniHul lira Hus sions to take IIB much comfort an lies sable from the successes of the Vladl vostox moot in us millS upon inpanese merchant vessels anti the trun port service of tho enemy Tim oflleer who Is In direct command of the Vladi vostok fleet is Vice Admiral Ilezo brazoff The Vladivostok raider as he is known commands the second dl vision and Vice Admiral Wlthoft tho first division of the Pacific fleet Tlffrr Hunt In India Tiger hunting In India with the unusual excitement which It affords gives Viceroy Curzon welcome relief from the strain of his official responsibilities Tigers are hunted In India In two ways by lying In wait for the animal nt night on an elevated platform and by shooting him from the back of a trained elephant The latter method Is employed where tho bunting party Is made up front oillclaldoin mod time beast Is driven toward the spot whfrc tho sportsmen are awaiting It on the barks of the elephants EIGHTWEREKILLED Wnbnsh Passenger Train Iloniul For St Louis Was Wrecked Near Pemllcton Mo MORE THAN 50 PERSONS INJURED Day Coach Broke Loose and IlmiKiil flown an Kmlmiiknient Ilrngghaq- lie Diner With it The Latter Crashed on Top of the Coach and the Majority of Those Killed and Seriously Hurt Were In That Carr Moborly Mo Sept 7Tho south bound Wnbnsh passenger train which left Dos Moines for St Louis at G40 n in was wrecked Tuesday hoar Pondletnn Mo killing eight passen gore and Injuring moro ttinn 60 others Immodlatoly upon receipt of the now of tho wreck a rollof trnln was sent out amid tho Bond and moro se riously Injured woro brought back horoTho train which was composed of an engine bnggngo and smoking cars day coach diner anti Iullmnn sleeper Vas woll filled It being estimated by Wabanh officials that thoro wore about COO persons on board Tho anti was running nt Its scheduled speed when tho accident occurred Tho day couch loft tho track and brooking loose from tho baggage and smoking cars plunged down an em bankment dragging tho diner with It Tho Pullman did not leave the track The henry dining car crashed on top of the coach and the majority of thote killed and Injured wore passenger In tho Utter There was no one In tho dining car It Is stated except tho em ION who escaped with Injurle The cause of tho wreck hiss not boon de termined but It It thought thAt a broken whool derailed the WItch which jumped the track STRIKE BREAKERS KILLED A Barkeeper Is Believed to Be Guilty of Their Murder KnBt St Louie Sept 7 According to statements male Inwday night to ihlef of Police 1unly by Io4d lime formerly a barkeeper In the Yellow- Dug saloon tho latter IB utility of kill- Ing two men found deed under tnys orlons circumstances near Black bridge Monday night Kane In his statement says that his reason for killing Heyaoldi n while nan and Green n Negro was that bo was formerly employed an a 1mteb and although he had surrendered hid ard he was a strong union men and hail used every mesas In his power to further tho cause of unionism MUTILATED BODY FOUND Evidence of a Sensational Murder Has Come to Light Antlgo Win Sept 7 Evidence of one of tho most sensational murders In the history of this vicinity came to light Tuesday when the mutilated body of Stephen Daughn was found among tho ashes of his home about three miles east of this city DaugliH was nn old mon nnd had lived shone anti Is supposed to have had a large mount of money In tho house In nd lltlon to his accumulations was wipe posed to bo money from the sale of hId farm recently Tho strongetit ovl helmet of foul play was a hole In the temple made by some blunt Intnunent A LONE ROBBER Robbed a Gambling House of Money and Valuables Springfield Mo Sept 7A small nan who was watching a gambling tame In A downtown establishment Tuesday afternoon waited until tho game was nearly over and then draw lag a pistol announced that ho would receive all the money About 1000 was handed over to him Then ho called for watches and got a number Mack Brooke the proprietor turned in- a valuable diamond Tho mon then disappeared anti has not beep heard of since Strung Up to a Tree llrunson Pin Sept 7Wnsh Brad ley tho confessed Negro murdered of Mrs N D Harrow was Tuesday itnmg up to tree and his hotly ridS lied with bullets after his cars had been severed from tile head tind his hotly otherwise mutilated Fatally Wounded by a Woman Sioux City Sept 7Mrs Greco Dutch Tuesday shot nnd fatally wound ell Mrs Mnymo Hcddlngton whom tho former found with her divorced husband In rooms in tho Stevens block Mrs Hutch is under arrest Man DeadWoman Fatally Burned Anoka Neb Sept 7Henry Tolor was burned to death whllo trying to rescue his wife from flames which en eloped her ns time result of a kerosene explosion Tuesday The woman la nlllo fatally burned Will Press His Claim Chicago Sept 7Dr U C II R lolgler Tuesday announced that ho would go Into court to press his claim to A portion of tho estate of Mrs J- If McVlckor who died In California several weeks ago Will Not Sale Before November St Petersburg Sept 7 According to an unconfirmed report tho Baltic fleet will not bo able to sail before No Yemtcfaa1 a1L1111i1l r A Closo Shnvo Often onuses n burning slingiuft sonr sation makos tho face roll and sore Ilirncamph will rolievo such troubles instantly Keeps tho faco flmoolh multi healthy and jirovontH inlhmmnUon Mornl Uso Iarpcnmph after shaving S E Welch Jr DrugglM Strike Question Practically Settled Now York Sept7Vice President Bryan of tho Interboroiigb Itnpld Transit Co Tuesday night announced that tho strut question la practically settled and that the details will bo nrrniiged Wednesday Voted to Discontinue the Strike St Joseph Mo Sept 71ho pack Ing house strikers voted In favor of dill continuing mho strike but they are willing to leave tho matter In the hnnda of Presldcut Donnelly Mothers Dont Suffor Wih NtMirnlgin Ithiiimntimn Pains in tho hack tile InrointnphrnliMVM and clues such ailments hmaiino It npoiiM tin pores hid uens sweating and draws out all fever and inllniii malion It soothes It cools it citron Kemp n bottle in your homo You nerd it every tiny S E Wolcli Jr Druggist REMOVED I liavo moved from Big Hill to Berwi Ky Write to mo at Heron or call for mo nt tho Golden Mount IPS DB J11 WIUUMH WANTED NirE COUNIUV IIAMSllailwr t Hiiguoly HlnlniKiiiil Ky FOR SALE CUl M1LCII COW 00 Klo lime Beren Ky tf CLEAN OLD NEWSIAIKKS A large hundiM for fi i nbi It quirH at Tilt CITIIKN Olllco IS BUILDING LOTS in Heron w Innglng to tin John G Fore ivttntu SiHciul induoinonN In purrhnM of nntiru tract l p Uiuknoll Kurtm Ky FOR RENT AN H ROOM HOUSE on Onlcr Street Goal fillHllfn anti barn Gnu on or write to J J DAn union lrrn Ky tf A Boys Wild Rldo For LIfo With family aroundPXH ctnK himtto the and n son riding for life JH miles to got Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coiighn smith Conde W II Brown of Loonvillo led nudurod donthVaKonioa from asthma but thin wonderful mwliclno prove In ntant rout f nnd noon ctirnt tutu Ho writi I now mile p soundly every night Iiko mnivuloun cure of Coosuinplion Pneumonia Bronchitis COUSIN Colds Anti Grip provn IU matclilws merit for nil Throat amid Lung troublon QuarnnU xl bottles Mc anti 100 Trial bottles free nt East End Drug Co IMtnrnl of the Country Give heck o city from Ihy clutch My ehlldrvn to my l r ail That ravtativil eel to fM l their touch mattbay they cry For fund but rry IH vilnl O uBi4r of lbe RHltvrlnic lie fly husk roles swim egeinl- My rtehl are M4tln sees of Kraln iJore for this to rtt-My bowl mrvlfai slee gmbiers gala lila hrds WJt they weep My rblMrcn rt to my arm Thou wnolnfi 4f ta In rnl That Iurst the quick with dadly charm AIM MtMipt 1M but the dad Give lark the children whum I nursed Alxl brought to inoni ralala Until they htunl lay volee accursed TlHHi curel ono of talftl Mine sac li lonMy and my breast lamer for my faithless son That I may lull their imln to rest My poor deluded ones W W Vhllolook In McClure Msnu zinc coSometimes a man fires time cook just to provo to hU wlfu that he In without fear Twisted the Sentence Back to the mine exeh nil the proud and haughty young lady Hack to the baby mine nnked her JlKcarUed lover nnd she relented For Sell Protection It Is strange that alas llllnks never nnrrit Ole I dont know Most of Uio men iiround here carry pistols Iroprr Ailjimtlnw uf hosiery tInrhlcofby n little priHnullon In ndjiutlng It Our rnimttjr irttmu domed never full TII liny nr order llirniiKli lIe Innll tillsThe Illn tlonRORUlnios alol1I r RUSSIANS RETREAT Gen Kuropntldu Witlllhtwlls r Army to t DesperateFf IsttlltiTtipkPlace In the Vicinity eyLti Yrigln Which It Ic Said the Russians Lost 30000 Man5 Llao Yang AdftrltiliK lath saburl4of thtscTy lx an TUlll lay morning and lasted nil day Tho IIHN on both sides was heavy Nearly hall n mllllon mon were engaged Tim cannonading will tcrrlflc The HUM glens are using big ordnance wlilcli la In position InithiT Inner ring of thu fjiULlao Yang Sept LThe second days battlo commenced at dawn Wed nesday Tho Russians made repeated bayonet advances on the road directly olth of Llao Yang whore thu Japan ne arproached trout Hanqimlnhlp and Tao shelling t o positions In the HUll Stan lines Uij 4 In the afternoon when thoyon Slmpnl which wag gen eras throughout the miiilh and wluth oa t narrowed to the main line Tim Iirmni yxlvnncoon the twilheaHt was 11lY of thjs KengWnngChonK road InirootlkUiily In front of CliJaofunlun the JIIIDftl mublMriily Uollwted too epy a MMIiid topifnyilll which WIIH Iliuially lIned by the Ituiaiaii shells ins ing repeated nl tempi the entlro ilar wh ro apparently It was Impos alhle for nylhing to IIyN- ew pork Sept StThurwtaya news flora the seal of war closed with the reteilil of two dtapatrho giving information of a molt slgnlllrant chaniflor as baring on the domina lion of Manchuria at the close of tho priori rampalgn Tin Mm fame from the prOlll eon- tMpandant at St Petersburg filed t there ht 1016 p m and said that fJen Kiiropntkln had withdrawn his therrokls flanking movemont the Inv fTenrr drawn from this dlspaUh was that Llao Yang had been evacuated that rtiy lying on the left or south think of the river The setond dlKitrh whlrh may have a BiRMlflant INMTIIIK on the cant rash U that flied at Mukden at 97p TfiutKlay aaylng that the train service between Mukden and Llao Yang was Interrupted and It may mean the cutting of railroad com munluajlcn which would deprive Gen Kuropatkrn of a ready opportunity lo rvtreai to hd more northern tease at Miikdaii A dlspctrh from Tokln flied at I p m tmrsday alil that popular en innate of the date of the fall ot p Tort Arthur Inclined to the last week In September Tokto rings with nhmiU and heora for the rktory at Llao Yang Lantern lioaVlnR crowds awing through the ilwcts sad surge around the staff of fWts vboutlng llanxal The details of Thursday fighting aro scanty XowYork Sept 31he lack of den nlte Information from tho noat of war oimtltiuc up to Saturday morning and jnolhlDK further regarding tho sllua Llao Yang Is known beyond 3 the fact that Kuropalkln has with drawn the main portion of hit forces to Iho north of right bank of the flnl ie fiver anti that according tot the laiit advices the action Is still- Mtn tlrtlfrCl jTkEfIJ la disinclination In SI Patera believe that Ilno Yang hAil 4 en alniiilono and at tho same Into jit Is declared that the position Ku niMikln now occtiploM Is tho ono he wOind prepared and fortlflvl and whom i ha has all along planned to make bin second stand Instead of directly In and around Llao Yang with tho river nr his back as has been believed It Mls thought by Russian vxporla that n attacking KuropatklnK present do fences the Japanese ere facing nn al most Impossible attack especially with their forces divided by the river Advice reaching Toklo say that the Taltse flooded and can not be ford vd and therefore as pointed out In tide pmrui dispatches from St Peters i burg tbo river Itself becomes an Im portant factor In the general scheme of RusKlan defenses niorntciics from both Russian and Oapancte sources Indicate that the troops on both aides are Jaded and weary filter the many daysIfighting andlt Is pointed out that In conses quence a temporary lull In the active struggle would not be surprising A dispatch received at Toklo says that great Area are raging at Llao Yang believed to result from Japanese shelling or from tho efforts of the 1 Russians to destroy their stores prop njalory to tho evacuation ot Llao Yang wUh the additional hope of Injuring the rlty a future Japanese base The opinion prevails In the Japanese capital bat the Russian casualties In the recent fighting will reach 30000 whllo tho Russian losses of August 31 and September are given In official reports as 5000 killed Or wounded It Js not yet definitely slated that the Japanese have occupied Line Ynnttit Gen Kurokl Captures a Heights Toklo Sept 3Gell Kurokl cap lured a portion of the heights com mantling lid Ylcngtal and It U hoped llere that ho will dominate the railway The Russians appear to bo gath bring at Ycntnl northeast ot Llao Yang + Caller to Account St rtlurBburff Scl IIbo United States hits protested to Russia against r thQ or the cargo of tho British t steamer Calchmiwhich was captured while bound from Puget sound to Ja pan by the Vladivostok squadron KENTUCKY FLASHES THERE WAS NO CEREMONY The Breakfast For the Wedding Guests Was Not Eaten III II 0 Ky Sept 3A wedding breakfast which had been prepared at the home of Miss Amelia T Schnel derUJahn at 443 East Walnut street was untouched but this would he bride and groom were on hand to greet those Invited Minn Schneider Hahn anti J A 8rhiicdcr on Insurance man of thin city were to liav e been married at 0 oclock al SurJ nlraco 4chllrch but Father after an Investigation announced list arrordnR to the law of the church the ceremony would not bo performed as Mr Schneider was a divorced man This announcement on the eve of the approaching marrJme as a abode tthe coupled T11I y old their best to notify all of the t fvltguests npostponedhintnumber of persons who went to the church came to tho House for the wedding breakfast Tlioy wore under tlie opinion that the rcreniony had br iif performed Mlwi SchneiderHalm In formed them that the marriage was otfat least for it time An nttcinpt will be made to secure a dispensation INCIDENTS OF A WEDDING Dred Groom Thrown Into a Pond By a Runaway Team Ixiulnvlllo Ky Sept 3 A runaway n crash down an embankment a Hplaah Into a largo pond nn hour passed on the rnadHlde after a narrow nucupo runt drowning worn n tow of tlio excit lug incidents In the marriage of Frill BoMnuiyor to Miss Anna Mlcra which was w loninled In St Georges church The grown and his brother drove to the brides Monte In the country and she not In their carriage Near the In terMoctlon of 38th street anti Gibsons lane the polo of the earring broke The heavy carriage canto down upon the horses and the driver was unable to control the anlmala town thin hill they darted at break neck Hpeod Suddenly tho horses swerved and carried tho earrings over nn embankment nnd Into a pond Tho driver waded ashore and after a long search mind a plunk on which the anon the bride tho bout man and the brldenmald reaohod tho bunk It was nn easy matter and they were ankle drop In the mud when they got out of the water THE K OF P DEFICIT Attachment Suit Brought Against the Entertainment Committee Ixnilavlllo Ky Sept 3An attach ment atilt was filed Friday against tho committee which had charge of tlio recent biennial encampment of the Knlchtsof Py lilad as a result of the deficit In the entertainment fund It U by Thomas H Ilcos whq seeks to secure 8766 for tents furnished the uniform rank anti JGI for extra equip ment and ilecoratlonn on Maj Gene rnnllllnlI tent Tho discrepancy be tween tho nmoiint subscribed for tho entertainment and its cost In 9200 Funds of tho Cltlxons national bank were attached Friday morning Long Lived Farmers Hartford Ky Hept 3IIring In thin county near the llttlo town of B IIIR are three brothers who havo re mnrkablo agoa They are John Ned and Ike Sheown and their ages are re spectively lit 83 and SO years their avcram age bout 82 The aggregate age of the three non Is 21C years ExGov Bradleys Condition Ioiiltivlllc Ky Sept 3rlllanight It was xald that former Gov Bradley nosy not be able to take the Mump fur ho republicans owlug to health Ho spoke at Itarboursvlllc Fri day hurt friends say he would suffer a complete collapse should he attempt half a dozen speeches Was Easy For George Grant Lexington Ky Sept 3The fight between George Grant and Miner Wil lams which took placo here resulted In a victory for Grant In tho Ural round Two short jabs followed by a well dlrected blow over the heart sent the Cynthlana man to tho floor and he took the count Will Investigate the Murders WllllamsburR Ky Sept 3Judgo Jarvis has summoned a special grand jury to Investigate the killing of the Brag boys at Jelllco Monday by Floyd Hilton Hilton has only been homo from Frankfort for n short time Ho was sent from Dell county for killing a man For Wood and Coal Ml Sterling Ky Sept 3Tho Clear field Lumber Co has purchased 10000 acres of fine timber and coal lands In Carter county for about 813 an acre They will build a railroad to connect with tho C O Now coal mines will be opened and timber cut and sawed Swallowed Laudanum Covlngton Ky Sept 3Mrs Bert Tlmbcrlakc of 342 Pike street swab lowed a drachm and a half of lauda num Friday afternoon It is believed that she will recover although she was In a very dangerous condition when she was found Motion For New Trial Overruled Lancaster Ky Sept 3JIIIIgo nell Friday In tbo circuit court overruled tho motion for a new trial in tbo case of tho commonwealth vs John Met calfo for killing his brother Ben Met cilfo sentenced to lIfo Imprisonment A STRIKE PROBABLE New York Elevated Road Em ploycs Vote to Uo Out e Trouble Grew Out of a Decision to Pay Subway Motormen 3 For Ten Hours Work Instead of 350 For Nine Hours Now York Sept X President Wil liam L Joncks of the BrolheVhood of Locomotlvg Engineers Friday night Announced that the elevated railroad employes of Manhattan and the Bronx at their allday meetingFriday voted as a unit to strike If such action Is doomed necessary In the afternoon while the men were voting P Bryan vice president and general muna ger of the Intcrllorough Rapid Transit Co which controls tho elovutcd lines and tho subway and Frank llodloy superintendent of the saute company hold nn hours conference with Police CominlHRloncr McAdoo and discussed the question of police arrangements In the vent of a strike being called After tills conference Mr Bryan Gavo but it Hlgncd statement In which ho reviewed tho trouble of the Interbor ough Cowlth the elevated road cm plnyoN growing out of tho decision to py motormon In tho subway when It opens U a da for 10 hours world In stead of Ijolfor nine hours which motormen on elevated road re cole Front 10 oclock until 10 Friday night the uicmlicrH of ho Brotherhood of l comotlvo Engineers and tho Brotherhood of locomotive Firemen voted on the question of a strike on the elevated with the result announc ed by PruRldoni Jcncks An all day meeting of the Amalgamated Associa lion of Street and Klectrlc Kmployca of America was also held and the members of that association voted to support the executive committee of the amalgamated If the committee should decide to viand by the agreement to support the engineers and tlromeii In the event of a strike A delegate front Iho Central Feder sled fnlon notified the members of tho Amalgamated association Friday that no matter what their action might be as a result of present dlfflcultles the Central Federated Union would stand by tho men It wall also authoritatively stilted that In nil probability another confer once between representatives ot the men and omcialdof the Intorborough Co looking toward a poaccable solo lion of the questions at Issue wlll be held OPERATOR ULTIMATUM The Matter Will Be Submitted to a Vote By the Miners Jolnlconrorencotors of district No 19 adjourned Fri tiny night at 6 oclock The ultimatum redlcllionscale will be submitted to the various unions throughout tho district for vote The vote will be token by each union on September 17 Oni Septem ber 22 the District V MtV officers will meet In title city and canvass the vote On the following day n Joint committee of operators and minors will meet here when the result of the vote will bo announced If a majority of the unions vote favorable In the reduction then a contract fur the cnsu Ing year Will be drawn up and signed If a majority of tho unions voto against the reduction then a strike will be declared FREIGHT HANDLERS They Will Be Called Upon to Cease Handling Meat Chicago Sept 3Wlth the begin ning of tbo general striko agnlnnt all packing companies tho freight hand hers employed by various mails throughout the country will bo called upon to cease handling meat Presi dent Donnelly said Friday afternoon that the freight handlers will handle no meat Saturday This was based on action taken by the Freight handlers union three weeks ago when that organization voted to support the stock yards strikers to the extent of boy cotting meat shipped by the strike af fected packers Two Killed aptf Six Hurt Chicago Sept 3Phlllp Caldwell elevator conductor and Mrs Kate Hayes were killed and six persons were Injured by the falling of a pas senger elevator In the store of Sears Roebuck A Co here Friday Tho car full from the fifth floor to the base ini IIL Want Farmers Upon Warships Washington Sept 3The navy do partment wants to get some of the bright and brainy mechanics and farm ers In the navy A recruiting party under tho command of Lieut Price will open n general office In Cleveland November 28 nnd keep It open until January 17 A Settlement IB In Sight New York Sept 3On both slits of tho building trades fight hero there are strong Indications that a settle mont U In sight and it U possible that thousands of tho skilled mechanics mow Idle will be at work under a revised plan of arbitration Appointment of Earl Grey London Sept 3Formal announce went Is nude of the appointment ol Karl Grey former lord lieutenant of Northumberland at governor general of Canada to succeed Lord Mlnlo lie ta t 3 years old VALUE OF THE RAILROADS Interstate Commerce Commission Es timates American Capital Invested In Them at 812000000000 Railway statistics for the sear ended June 30 1903 have been announced by the Interstate commerce commission They show that the par value of the railway capital then outstanding was 112619990253 which represents a cap lUllzatlon of 63186 a milt The number of passengers carried was 694 891535 on Increase of 45013030 over the previous year freight carried 1301394323 tons an Increase of 104 078536 toss The gross earnings from the opera tlon of the total of 205313 miles of railway line which Is thofaggregate aingletrack mileage were 1900846 907 an Increase of 174466640 oper ating expenses 057538852 an In crease ot 174466640 operating ex penses 1257638852 an increase of 141290105 net earnings 643308 055 an Increase of 33176535 in come from other sources than opera tion 205687480 net Income available for dividends or surplus 296376015 Total casualties 86393 of which 9840 represented the number of per sons killed and 76553 thoso Injured Aggregate number of locomotives In service 43871 Increase 2646 cars la service 1753389 an Increase of over 113000 during the year CZAR PLANS NEW NAVY Big Battleships to Be Abandoned and Smaller But Heavily Armored Vessels to Be Adopted News from SL Petersburg states that the technical department of the minis try of the navy U working night and day on details of the plans for the new Russian navy When the czars naval programme becomes known It is declared it will astonish the world as It far surpasses thldaymiral Makaroff nnd altogether abandon heavy battleships of the Petropavlovsk type of which three vessels In all were built In the government yards with an Average speed of 16 knots Of these three the Petropavlovsk Is already at the bottom of the sea while the Poltava and the Sevastopol are re ported to ba crippled in the harbor of Port Arthur The new battleships will be some what smaller but will have a minimum speed ot 18 knots and very heavy armament Including four 12Inch guns and 12 eightInch quickfiring guns Uniformity bf type which has proved to be of such great value to the Jap anese fleet will ba maintained at far as possible CAN DETECT FALSE RUBY Trench Lapidary Discovers Method of Telling Imitation from the Gtaulno Stone Michel Pinier a wallknown French lapidary has at lutdiscovered ameth yd to detect a false ruby a thing that has pnzzlad all experts In precious atones for many years A lot of sham rubies was brought to Paris some months ago through an agency In Switzerland and then were sold to tome of the best Paris discovered that the experts had all been swindled Ha says a falsa ruby Invariably hoe a soft tinge of color that verges on the yellow while In a genuine ruby these characteristics are never present Ha says too that the false ruby Is formed by spherical Dub tiles while In a true ruby these bubbles ar rare and never symmetrical = =MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 2 CATTLE Common 82 f0 3 90 Heavy steers 485 5 25 CALVES Extra 700 HOGS Ch packers 5 70 5 80 Mixed packers 5 50 Gd5 7- 0SIIKEPExtra Q 3 50 LAMBS Extra 6 IB R 35 FLOUR Spring pat 00 O d WIIFATNo 2 red 1 11 Q 1 No3 winter f OGVJ CORNNo2 mixed Gf 55- lOATSNo 2 mixed My4 RYENo2 75 Gf 77 gPORKIeasLARDStcam 05 BUTTERCh dairy C tn Choice creamery 0 2t- APPLESChoice 75 0 2 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 68 75 TOBACCO New 5 25 6913 25 Old 475 ell Chicago JoIOUnWlnterpat 5 00 fl 5 2- 0Rli4TNo 2 red 02 l 12 No 3 sprIng l 02 10 CORN Nil 2 mixed W 53 i- OATSNo 2 Inlxcd ti tl Oi RYENo2 7T Gf 73- 4PORICMesslt IurGiIL12r LARD Steam 95 0697s New York FLOUIl AVIn sfrts 4 90 W r 20 WHEAT No 2 red Ql 1 l0ye CORNNo mixed 59r OATB No 2 mixed 3rhtfi 36 PORK Family 1500 1550- LARDStcam Gf 7 55 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red W Oly CORN No 2 mixed 58 OATSNO 2 mixed j CATlLE Steers 5 25 liP 5 60 HOGS Western 625 tp 6 35 Louvlle WHEAT No i red i 1 09 CORN No 2 mixed OATS No 2 mixed O 43 LARD Steam W 7 75 PORK Mesa 13 50 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 roil W 1 10 CORN No I mixed O 64i OATS No mixed W Ky I TABLE MANNERS Tim btupjny la a greedy bird I often watch him eat When crumbs are scattered from our door tti ntatehh all the treat lie drlves the smaller birds away hl man nets are no rude Its quite n Bhocklnffittilu to lee him gobble down his food And sometimes when Im not polite I bear my mother ayi Why now I see a little boy whos eating blucjay wajT The sparrows are II noUy Mt and very imrrcnomf Because each hungry little bird desires the biggest crumb They scold and fight about the foot all chlrplnc Me Me Her And vometlraei when we children are In dined to disagree About the sharing of a treat my mother says Why you Are acting now the very way the silly sparrows dot The jolty little chickadees lire perfectly po- e lire They never snatch they never bolt they never never fight They hold the crumbs down daintily with both their little feet And pock oft tiny little blteswe love to watch them eat And when my eaters goocrat meals my mother says I see A little girl whos eating Uke a darling chickadee Hannah G Fornuld In Good Housekeep tag- BIRD WITH STRANGE BILL Rhinoceros hornbill of Borneo Is n Creature That Is Equally Cu rious and Unselfish S as One of the most remarkable and least known birds In the world Is the wonderful rhinoccrous hornbill It lives in the high fjuit forsests of Borneo and although It occurs there in makeIcult to reach The natives call them sttngungs but as will be seen from the picture the name of rblnoccrous hornbill is about as descriptive a one as could be devised A fine pair of them Is to be seen In the bird cases of the national museum In WashingtonDespite enormous bill the bird Is an excellent and swift flyer and man ages to bold Its own against the many serpents treeclimbing cats and monkeys of Borneo But they have so many enemies that they are driven to great straits to preserve their nests and eggs from these marauders The way In which they do this Is a fine example of unselfishness among and ImalsAs soon as tbe female has laid her eggs In the hollow of a tree the male bird sets to word to seal her In by clos THK RHINOCEROS BIRD Ing the hole up with dirt treegum and everything else that will hold together tenaciously He does not cease till he has abso rely walled his mate In leaving only her big bill exposed This of course makes her absolutely safe even against puch huge reptiles as pythons and the mighty treeclimbing monitor lizards which live on birds almost entirely None of these however large can achieve much against the savage beak of the rhlnocerous hornbill Of course the pennedln bird cannot feed herself so the male Is kept busy throughout the brooding season In carrying food to her and It has been ob served by naturalists that the faithful and unselfish husband will not only feed his mate before he satisfies his own hun ger but that he will always select choice particles for her out of his own food Boston Globe The Toilet of aa Elephant In an Interesting little paper upon the grooming of wild animals It say a that from every point of view the toilet of the elephant Is by far the most Interesting performance of the menagerie It requires four weeks to complete the toilet of a single ele phant The operation Is very expensive The assistance of the elephants valet de chambro must bo engaged by the day or week while an experienced valet he is known by another name must be engaged to superintend the work usually at a large salary Then again the soap used In the process must bo purchased by tbe hundred weight the sandpaper by the gross and the oil an Important Ingredient Is used by the barrel The toilet of a single elephant will not Infrequently cost as much as 8400 Dots as Auxiliary Brigands The brigands of Corsica use trained dogs to attack and pull doVn their vie time and hold them on the ground until the ballul1a come OB the sane r1SPORT OF ROPE VAULTING- An Exciting and Healthful Exercise for Boys Used to Ordinary Athletic Sports Of course mot t of our toys knowall about high jumping and pole vaulting but have you eve heard of rope vault Ing All you really need Is a good stout rope a tree limb to hang It to and something to jump over but It Is Very much more fun to do It exactly right Get two boards or strips of boards about eight feet high On one side of each of these drive small nails a Hurt way Into the wood about an Inch apart leaving the head and about halt the nail sticking out Leave two feet of one end of your pole or strip of wood free from nallx Wltb a sharp stake make two hole In the ground beneath the tree limb that Is to hold your rope Make these holes about six feet apart and about 18 Inchci deep Now put yonr posts Into the holes and drive them firmly In place with tbs VAULTING OVKIl CROSSBAR nails pointing tho same way on both poles Get a thin lath or slender stick long enough to reach between the posts and light enough to rest on the nails Now climb upta the limb of the tree and tie your rope In place on the bough just over the center of the posts The rope should reach to within two feet of the ground Now stand a few feet away from the crosspiece swing yourself toward It pull yourself up the rope as high as yon can feet first If you know how to do the trick and swing yourself over the cross piece as the picture shows It Is easy enough as you will find when Jou try It but to make a vault seven of eight feet high well that U another matter The secret of high rope vaulting Is to grasp the rope as far from the ground as possible throw your body backward raise your feet till they point nearly straight up and as you swing toward the crosspiece pull on the rope lifting your whole body You can pass over the crosspiece at astonishing heights by hit means and you and your friends will find rope vaulting an exciting and healthful tport Chicago Inter Ocean DISPATCHER RUNS TRAINS Although One Rarely Hears About Him He Is the Real Railroad Nerve Center We are a railroadriding people ana are so familiar with this mode of travel that it hardly ever occur to any one how much our safety depond on tho vigilance of many but partlcu larly of one who may be termed ths nervecenter of the road lie is thl train dispatcher and of him and hit work Frank IL Spearman thus speaks In the Outlook Theovork of this marvel fixing for a moment the attention of the world Is only the work of the train dispatcher who sitting under his night lamp blindfolded by four white walls hiss right hand on the key and his eye fastened on the figures of a train sheet forces his mind when other men are asleep to visualize the long winding miles of his division its trains Its passing tracks and curves Its towers and stations Its semaphores and switches At 20 points In the darkness of his night and depending for safety on the clear Instant working of hU mind are swiftly moving trains of Pullman cars loaded with sleeping men and women whose waking rests with him alone This man Is no genius M Is the plain everyday American that one me ets In the street car or In the crowd He cannot choose his days for playing his games he plays every day from eight a m till four p m or from four till nldnlght or he takes hit transfer at midnight and sits In his chair through the last watches of the night He cannot play 20 games and rest ho must for eight hours be ready steadily for every game that comes over the wires against him whether ot of storms blockades breakdowns 01 wrecks lie cannot load up with coffee or with strong cigars for the strain ol one night because he must meet the same conditions on the next night and on every night No one marvels concerning him no one coddles him no one pays any attention whatever to him until after perhaps 1000 or 5000 such nights successfully passed he makes one night a mistake i fatal mistake anti from hose people who themselves never forget anything a cry fos vengeanco goes up Other men may matte mistakes not tbe dispatcher Ills nerves must be Iron and must never fag never wear Sitting la his den he directs his train movements every day and his life burned out like the electric current at his key Is one of the little sacrifices we exact as the price of our living In the country and doing business In the city ot crossing a continent In days Instead of weeks of getting our letters with the speed ol telegrams and our papers and maga zine wet from the distant ores S I Y THE CITIZEN I H 11 I I I I I I I I I I II I I I II I II II II I I 11 I I I I I H +II+l 111 I I Eastern Kentucky News correspondence pnblbbed unleu signed to tan by the writer The name ia not for publication bat a II evidence of rood faith Write plainly +++I+H I II I I r I I I H I I I I I r III I t I H I I I H + I + HI MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN AUK 80Misq Dollio Burnnin i S visiting her mother Rev R II M middy Tilled his appointment lion Sunday Attendance good Collection tMrs Sophia Gentry ROW to Cincinnati Sunday for a two weeks with her sonJfr and Mrs G L C1 IU entertained Sunday Mrs Alice Phelps was called t Richmond Tuesday by the illness a her daughter Mrs Allena Rice Mrs Lue Warner of Indiana is visiting here KINGSTON Sept 5W A GilliH of Brum met and Miss Bessie Perkins o Ruckholds Ky are to IKJ the guests BrMiss Rosa Ballard next week Miss Nannie Harp of Lexington and Mrs Ewing Maupin of Lafol lode Tenn are visiting Mrs W B- RiddleDr Hurst and family leave for Colorado next month Jns Dowden of Chicago willed on Miss Nancy Ames Sunday Miss Gertrud- Settle who has been very sick fo the last mouth is visiting nt M Settles Miss Lucy Parke of Rich mend and Miss Dowden of Berea visited Miss Rosa Ballard Sunday Mrs Mabel Bowlaro who has Ixen- at the Richmond Infirmary for th past month has returned Misses Uosa Ballard nnd Nancy Ames visit ed the Misses Williams of Ruthton Monday They attended the Tate Creek Association at Buckeye Tues dayHICKORY PLAIN Aug 2iMis Ellen Evans left Wednesday for a visit at London Ky Mrs Dinah Johnson rind Miss iloiuio Harris spend Monday with Mrs Alex Told at Kingston Miss Uessi Roberts of Lafollette Tenn is visiting her aunt Tliana McKcr htmliss Eva Johnson is visiting her aunt Mrs Boast Mbore nor attending protracted meeting nt Glade church Miss Mollie Johnson sent Sunday nt Mallory Springs Tho burial of Mrs Sirelda Kinnard took placo Saturday atjtho Johnson graveyard and was largely attended Mrs Rose Roberts of Lexington visits herHister Mrs Win Burdette Wednesday Joe anti Brank Johnson with their families went to Mallory Springs FridayMrs- Aniett is visiting her sons at Pine villaiss Ida Baker is visiting her grandmother Mrs Irvine linker Miss Lizzie Bimlette spent Sunday evening nt Mallory Springs The protracted meeting closed nt Glade church with ten onverlsiIISAeA Mollio and Bertha Johnson are visiting at Brodhead Rev Pope of l Bell County preached at the school house Saturday night CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Aug 20Frankand Taylor Wagora attended the show Friday at Barboursville Dr Wehh visited homo folks last week and attended the Teachers Association at Pine Grove Silas Wagers is building a new residence Boyil Hounchell ol Goostt Rock will enter College at Berea A Teachers Association will le held at Martins Creek Septemiier 10 OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Sept aHl M C Taylor of Eversole preached the funeral of Mrs Easther Barett at this place Sunday MrsCindia Frost has mov ed to Boonovillc nnd John Hornsby to Jackson County Clyde Moyers of Booncvillc was hero last week Mrs C B Moore had a beau otring ing Saturday nightA debating society has been organized nt Gras r oy BranchMrs Lizzie Moore of lower Buffalo visited hero Saturday and Sunday11IiAi Lucy Reynolds of Eversolo visited her sister Mrs Emma Coyle Saturday and Sunday JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Messrs J and Hiram P Richardson are going to Indiana The teachers association holdat this plaid on tho 27th was a success Thero was seine discussions as to how Netter tho common schools Mr George Ross of this placo hits gone to Clark County on business I at this writingMr B P Allen of Berea was in our midst last weeks working in the interest of the CITI zrsTho great revival meeting held nt this place by Rev James Parsons of Berea and others closed tho 20th i iiist with 00 new additions Died 4ontho 25 tilt Mr J T Parsons of Eubanks His remains were laid in the Drip Rock cemetery Saturday tho 27thMr J W Sparks while lowing cross ties a tow days a ago cut hits foot very badWell waRfthey will crown the ono just past fli with a letter one in tho future Miss Minnie Parsons entertained Mr- S Bewford Collens Sunday toning The school nt this place is progress lIi Iwith J E Spnrkman of Welchburg as our teacher Messrs G1 Parsons Isaac S Fowler and H Fowler of this place wero all in McKee Monday and Tuesday on business Mrs Tersa Williams is quite ill at this writing SAND GAP isrman visited J1 Hurst Sunday G W Hellard was at Clover Bottom Saturday Frank Hellard and fail Saturdayfare upper end of the county visiting this week Shelt Brockiimn Sr went to Madison county Saturday + Al o Griflin and Tom Hammond are very low with fever Circuit Court con venes M McKee today John Marcum of Red Lick is visiting in Jackson this week Louis Marcum visitoMorrisrMr Marcum will attend Circuit Court at rcJceG W Hellard and wife attended meeting at the Lakes schoolhouse Sunday where beenta two weeks meeting There were 12additionsto the Church KERBY KNOB rSept 0 Circuit Court convened at McKee Sept 5Tho Coyle District Teachers Association was held at Cave Springs Sept 3 It was well attended by parents as well us teach ers SonoC good addresses were made That by J F Dean on Importance of Knowledge of Literature II C Combs on Public Schools in the South until Miss Margaret Moyers on Pleasures of Touching deserve mention Rev C A Van Winkle filled his usual apointmeiit at Cute Spring Church Saturday nil Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Sept GRl J W Lambert olliciated last Wednesday the mar riage of Sherman Swinford of DiR nitanta to Miss Daisy Smith o- fBereaSol Saylor who has oxen very sick is improving Mrs Lizzie Knuckles of Combs is visiting here J W and 7 H Lambert ami J- n Coyle were in Berea Saturday Mr and Mrs Thomas Wren of Cop per Creek visited the latter s jmrents lit Sniders Switch Saturday and Sun ROCKFORD Sept 5 Preaching services still continue at Macedonia Rev Bryant intends to begin a meeting at Scaf fold Cane next Sundays The Totes rt Association willlltt huh1ot old ScaJTo1d Cane next year Rqlxirt Clites null Sis Gadd were married recently Mrs Angie Stephens of ML Vernon died a few days ago A T Abney visited his daughter Mrs Stephens SundayJiss Stella Gadd visited May Tpddjsunday CONWAY Sept 5P Lair and Genie Hayes were married by Judge S L Dur ham at the Judges residencuRev- P Bryant is holding a meeting at Scaffold Cane this weekMrs J B Ramsey of Ale rtleen Wash is visit fug llOrcD E Martin was at Richmond Monday Rev Stewart illof Australiaaftersveral moths stay with us left for Lexington to attend school at that place The schoolhouse at this place has a new roof anti willsoon have a now coat of paint Consumption The only kind of consump ion to is neglected onsumption People arc learning that con umption is a curable disease t is neglected consumption iat is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of onsumption get a bottle of colts Emulsion and begin egular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion t once has in thousands of ascs turned the balance in avrr of health Neglectedconsumption does tot exist where Scotts Emul ion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul ion checks the disease while it an be checkedSend u ample SCOTT ft lIOWNEai mkt 4094151uilSlttcl 7 New York joe and fino ill druiti 11ooeoOur Popular Scholarship Contest f e + Time CITIZENS olTor of Ifreo Tuition in Bcrca College for two terms to bo given to tho two most popular young jMxjplo in each of tho eight stir roundingcounties attracts moro timid more attention as thin weeks mss As wo go to press the following votes hail lxtm fllO Lee County Rookoaitle County Mary Fnrlor 1200 Rachel IlihlxmnL500SIXClay Combs IJilO E B Floyd Lucas 500 John Mcl erronIOOII McGuire 100 Fannie McClnre 1X Stella Thompson 200 Mollio Carter 100 Madison CountyMinnie Nicely 100 Uossie Hays 1275 Mcllarguo 1- XClnudoJeIiaont75 Jackson County Wallace Adams 000 WL Begley230OTo- uulie Maker a7r Susie Watson 12X- Ienrl Gay BOO Laura Hatlield srj Maggie Lowon 275 Samuel Davis liXi Lizzie Wilson j 3540 3XSusie3O011M lullTChas Combs 500Estill County G J JarVis jQO oor 535- 5lfurvCollins r 100 Ambroso Wilson Garnutt Powell Owslay County Theda Xoland roo Nova Wilson f 850 Son McGee 100 Snowden Ikynohha6X J 11 Wclmrdson WO Garfield Ciiinpbull 150 Katie Winkler g r 2X Mary tiny 150 D 11 AlumbaughSPr 2X Flont IVndorgniss 201 Robert L Coyle 101 Burgoyne Botnur 100 Martha Logsdon 101 Nettie Trewlwuy 1M Nolan Cox IX B J IVndorgniss 101 Jonas Coldwell IOn leanelte Gabbard 100 Sallie Wilson 1O0 Read THE CITIZEN advertisement on page 5 A DIRIGIBLE AIRSHIP Montana Man Sails Over the Worlds Fair Aeronautic Concourse St Louis Sept iT C Ocnlxiw a Montana aeronaut Is the first man to sail an airship over tho Worlds Fair aeronautic concourso Ho mado a trial ascension Tuesday anti demon titrated that his machine Is dirigible but owing to scarcity of power ho was unable to propel It without great dlf Acuity against tho wind Time airship consists of a cigar shaped balloon and an aluminum car It has a 10 horse power engine run with hydrogen gas Reduction In Steel Products New York Sept 7It was learned unofficially that at a meeting of the steel Plato and structural steel pools reductions ranging from 4 to 6 per ton wore decided upon It was ro ported that tho cut was opposed by some of the independent companies Took a Referendum Vote Sioux City la Sept 7Three bun dred strikers met in Labor temple and took a referendum voto on the propo sltlon made by the packers It is un officially reported that by a majority of 10 the vote was favorable to ro turning to work Meat Strikers Voting Chicago Sept 7Up to midnight not over 7000 of the 60000 men sold to be on strike had cast their votes in the different packing centers throughout the country according to tho returns received by tho Union officials in Chicago Voted to Return to Work Omaha Neb Sept 7The packing house strikers In South Omaha voted Tuesday to return to work on tho ba sis of settlement named by President Donnelly Figures on tho vote were not given outbr the loaders He Fell to His Death Nlcholasvllle Ky Sept 7Claude Boper a yearbldson of Mr and Mrs E F Sopor fell from a wagon load of hemp and died of concussion of the brain a few hours later Mr Soper Is a wealthy farmer living in tho out skirts of tho town Died White Preparing Breakfast Covington Ky Sept 7Mrs II II Albors wife of tho proprietor of the Worklngmena hall died sudcnly Tuos day morning while preparing breakfast at the residence 122 Pike street Coroner W W Tarvln returned a verdict of heart failure Rule for Medical Colleges Louisville Ky Sept JAt a meet ing of the state board of health rules were adopted prohibiting medical colleges from holding two school terms in ono year Heretofore students have been able to tako the fodr year course in threo years The Hardln County Fair Ellzabethtown Ky Sept 7Tbe Hardlu county fair began Tuesday and will continuo four days Stock from all over the state has been registered and tho full spaco for exhibits will bo Oiled although the capacity has boon Increased Hardware Man Assigns Lancaster Ky Sept 7K F Uos tie hardware merchant and implement dealer assigned naming J E Robin son as assignee It is thought his assets exceed his liabilities and are In tho neighborhood of 6000 Entire Block Threatened Cynthlana Ky Sept 6Flre destroyed tho largo stable la tho rear of tho post office and for a time threat ened tho entire block The stubla was used by the ruraj moll carriers who Coat their wagon PREFERS DEATH TO DISGRACE Attempted to Commit Suicide In HU Cell at Lexington Lexington Ky Sept 7J A Ken Jail leading merchant of Wllmoro attempted to commit suicide by hanging himself in tho police station Tuesday night Ho had been drunk and WAS locked up to sober up but not arrest ed Ho WAS found by a sergeant with one end of a necktlo tied around biB neck and the other end around the top of tho cell 110 said ho would rather be dead than have the dlegrnco of being locked up He was taken homo Tuesday night by his son tho Rev J II Kendall a prominent Methodist preacher who hoe been attending the conference here This Is tho sixth attempted suicide In Lexington In four days The tint three attempts two men and a women wore uccoutulI they taking tho poison route The fourth attempt was made by tho reform school girl who is gctlng well Tho fifth and sixth attempts wero made by hanging In the police station and were unsuccessful REV DR N F THOMAI He May Be Called to Be the Next Epla copal Bishop of Kentucky Louisville Ky Sept 7Re Dr N F Thomas of Philadelphia may be tho next bishop of Kentucky to succeed tho late Bishop T U Duaiey The diocesan council of tho Episcopal church will meet In Calvary church Louisville on September 21 and It was said Tuesday that Dr Thomas maybe nominated It is said that the Louisville delegates have practically agreed upon Dr Thomas although no definite action has been taken Dr Thomas Is pastor of ono of the lead ing churches In Philadelphia and Is A mlnlterof great reputation Ho was elected to the bishopric of Kansas several years ago but declined to ac cept Took Carbolic Acid Georgetown Ky Sept 7 Because of a quarrel with her lover resulting In his leaving her Miss Ada Lymann 18 commlted suicide After taking a dose of carbolic acid she went to tho room of her brotherinlaw Fay Mef ford who lives on tho Tanner farm one milo from Doncrall and told him of her eeL To Make Trip Around the World Harrodsburg Ky Sept 7Mr and Mrs John P Starks will leave for a trip around the world On October 20 they will sail from San Francisco and will stop at Honolulu From there they will go to Japan for an extended stay and thence to China They will visit a numbor of countries In tho Orient Tile Filipino Students Lexington Ky Sept 7Tho tour Filipino students who were to attend Kentucky university havo notified tho faculty that they will not come hero they desire an agricultural educa lion which this institution does not afford They have been transferred to the University of Michigan Fatally Wounded by Mistake Hopklnsvllle Ky Sept 70corge Lawrence an employe of tho Tonnes see Central railroad was shot and probably fatally wounded by D 13 Ramsey a section foreman of tho road as tho result of mistaken identity Ramsey had lately boon annoyed by prowlers A Kentucky Man Accused Alexandria Ind Sept 7Henry Kuhlman an ax worker of Corbin ICy was arrested hero for sandbag ging and murdering A J Norton a grocer In this city April 0 Kuhlman bad bought a ticket to Dardstown Ky and was preparing to Uavj iw Carriage Satisfaction Here I givoNo than UKItK No tatter time to uy than p lopnolcbCjfJ WORI v C F HIGGINS Prop RlchmooJ Ky We Risk It Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of nurse wi rrtmliurw the druggist know turn Anti trust brat I r Mllm Nervine U innllclno fur your nerves It cures dlwAMfl of the Internal or pan by fHvtnff tone to the nerves which riwko these organ wnrk It hi a novel tl H rjgjS t of anatomy but of treatment nrtl Otocuverwl by Dr Milan and Men mad UM ot by many wldea1ie i hrl tan wbo up rctate its valiM In tnwtlnir the sick If Vou are sick wti otttr you A way to be made wrtllr Mlhw Nwrtiw- Tlita msdlfln la n MtentlAe cur for nrvr dlnon4 ni each aft Nmolffta headache Ijom ef Memory Hbpis nr Slsams JlHklleh Ml VHu Dsrtc KpUrjmr Of ota Nenrawi lhw tratlnn titUy tonln tit the nrrrm Dr MUM IlMtontlvo Nervine wIN ulna euro thise disses of the Internal ntniM tlM to a dleonlerMl nervous jmtwu Some of these are Isllatloa IUI lous IlMiVnclra Khlney TrwibU Cltnwto Constipation Prepay Catarrh lUiruma tlim etc My brother had nenrowi Itfllllen-a I was not ext ctnl to II pv1114 upon him to try III MUni Itmttimtlve Ner lne sari taw he h w fully rvruveml Yuu rvmriHixT wru4 ngIwheallied nrrousM1lrisWi 1 evrrynsRRVM FREEWr1i wad we willultTrial Parkap ot Dr Mlles AntlPlln Pills the Nw lentinc Iteinvtly fur ruin Awn Symptom lilank fur our HnecMIMt to UUgmMM your nee anil tell yuu what l wing and how tu rtKlit It U Frs AMrww lilt AIIIK8 MKOlfAI CJ LAUC8ATOItllai j LKI1111T uu IN 11+ For 30 ed Stock iPleet from Main Strool Ky FEMALEWEAKNESS Ml M Coogror St- Pomace M1s Oettlliel and whereof ijM iuf fdfor ntas months with uppresed back and sides and would here bllndlnc beariachoa Mr limb would swell up and would loci ao weak could not up naturally felt dlacoaraged for aoemw to be beyond the help of phyilclan but Wine of Oardut came Oodaend to me felt change for the better within week After nineteen days treatment menstruated without suffering the agonies uiually did and soon became rellllar and without Wine of Cardnl la simply wonderful and wish that all women knew of Ua good qualities hTieiauror Portland Ecooomio League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wino of Cardui cures out of every twenty case of irregular menses bearing down stains or any male weakness If ou are doctors have that is the reason in the world you should try Wino of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure tlOO bottle of Wine of todayWINElF CIRDUI BuggiesPhaetons Runaboutscurries Durable Useful Comfortable bodyfin KENTUCKY CARRIAGE Druggists To Farther Increase IOurWn Bro olTsring thin cheapest goods out IMoro buying ulMiwhore call and tee us Millinery Intwilstylwt at Rook Bottom Prints Mens Cloth lug fnnn up In IS 00 Uoplnr frt and III 1 nluwii IItlrCIM7 l els to atd 0roeoria IlIglltiCttPriCtl in proportoa Coal Azbill Azbill Moron nnd Big Hill Pike Tho Special build o- fTennessee make tliotn tlm gnat tllfllrahl of 6y wagons on tho market 2l in running gear M2 DO cub n in rnnniiiK gear TI5 00 cub Sold by A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Herea Kj 0 dFltIIIFl1t I I I r I I ttMltIIlHlII iII 25 Percent OffI the next days on the White Mountain Refrigerators Large to ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Hclimohil I HIHIHH HHHH uperlortoI know I k I prostotedI I stand I I a a a at 1 I uttering In permanently nineteen f dlacouraglIlnud best a Graceful Stylish Trade 10 Wagon Celebrat HHHHWIM un Stomach Is tho Man ITho Htonntch woakona the waD hoonimo it cannot transform the food ho lads limbo nouriithaiont Health sod strength cannot bo restored to nut sick inn or weak woman without BroT restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak tttomach cannot digoflt ououKlt fOOt to foot the tiseuea and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspopnis Cure digoata what you ettt cleanses anti strengthens the glands and mombranofl of the stomach and cures IndigeHlion dysiwpsia and all stomach troubles Sold by East End Drug Co Farm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cane about 8 milos from Boron Cottage House Store House Barn and other out PoultryYurtlBearing trees Good U union never failing water also good Hpriug with HoullRullcheap for cash t C M SEE IDeroa Kr n Js Subscribe for The I Citizen