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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r JAMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publlsher nitro et Us Pod opka III BtrftJ 1 y III second etas UIInJ 11 I i VI A Family Papbr BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IB 1901 One dollar a year NO 18 I IDEAS Today tho time to do your duty Tomorrow will tnko care of itself a Out of tho rare tiling of this world Is a for who neither smokes chows drinkn nor swears enllrr mid n gilt eliaxl dream FROM THE WIDE WORLD A great firo ill raging in tho city of 1rogrenHO on tlio const of Yucatan innfLHtlIlIllII inland Tlio Cuban sonata ratified n treaty of tatrmlilion botwcun tlio United States and Cuba Admiral Walkers indifference to diplomatic ainonitieH wild to Ixi cniiHing ill holing in Panama Col YonnghtiNband the British ThiIM lau iniHuion signed a treaty with tint TliilMtun oIlicialH at Lhasa Louis Dolbler who for twenty yearn directed tlio guillotinu in Paris Franco IK dead at the ago of eighty ono yearn Tlio KtiHHlan army in at Mukdon Mild till JiijmiuHu bravo nlmudoiu tilt pursuit Fighting in Htill ill pro gross around Port Arthur Two thfltiHand nun worn killed mid four thousand wounded in a Imt tie fought IxitmMtn Oovernment and Hovolutionary troops in Uruguay Tho Guatemalan President has inmUHl a iroclamation giving mimes ly to nil tolitcul offender who may now return III wifely to Guatemala IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The town of Warren Idaho was ditttroyinl by fire lobe new Imtthtdiin Georgia will hI- launched Cxtolmr 11 Forest fires arc raging north of Portland Oregon Tho maneuvers on null Run battle Kohl cloned with a great review by Lieut Gun ClwnW Two firomon were fatally hurt nine buildings worn destroyed mid e four others badly damagisl by fire at Pilthburg Pa A toed of survey has recom uuuulttl the instruction of now ma rime Itarruckfl at Mart Island Sun Francisco to cant f100000 Tho Htockynrds strike which cost tho men nlxnit t5000000 in wagon HgaiiiHt less of 7WXKK to the Nickers him Ixttn called off by Prov ident Dixinelly F SlnJIn doportlllIII i r 1tmnftsesvi to Iwing implicated in the i dynamito outrage at lndeMtndenco Cal last Juno when fifteen nonunion minorN won hurled to death by the explosion of dynamito under time deHt In hm confession Sliigel im plicated twelve other men OF KENTUCKY- A Commercial Club hits IMHUI or ganized at Ilarlxuirville with John U Matthews ns president MidHhipman Guy C Freoman of Kentucky has resigned from the Naval Academy at Annajwlis Mm Margaret Carroll aged 100 years Jefferson countys oldest resi dent died at her homo in LouiHville Trained nurses at tho Louisville City Hospital must study mid acquire Bciontific cooking hereafter before they graduate Tho cases against Ed Callahan lOuntyforat Mt Sterling Holed Mathloy Roy Green and Jumett GrogHon convicted of murder wttro sentenced to IM hanged at OwciiHtaro Ky October 21 A receiver will Ik asked for tho liluograss Consolidated Traction Company capitalized at 7000000 anti holding valuable railway frau 1ehisox around Lexington Mm Frutlonia HnnilBon of Hen derson countyKuntuckywaH arrested in Evunsvillo Ind charged with being implicated in robbing railroad earn at Chickasaw Ind Tor A temporary injunction was grant ed uguiiiHt tho Secretary of State in tho Franklin Circuit Court retrain fug him from certifying to the County Clerks in time Eleventh district that Dr Hunter ia tho Republican uomineo for Congress Stringont mien worn adopted by 1theKentucky State Board of Health all physicians coming front other States to take an examina Kentuckylimiting prohihitIlIgmore that one school term n year and requiring all Undents who intend to enter medical college to take u preliminary examination THE CITIZEN THE PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION Continued Iron last week r Commerce Building This is of s ecial interest hero are shown a great number of tho imnp arts in the iNlands nail of time various articles of native produce and manufacture which constitute the internal commerce of the archi pelago wellas till principal articles ofexport The Manila building in an exact representation of the style of dwell ings used by till upper classes in till larger towns and eitiesof till II alf In it are installed till textile fabrics of native manufacture and cobwebby laws Ixiiiiliful juisi nand shiinmoriitg yinn embroideries so lino and deli cate that one wonders how they stool tniiiHKrtntion Facing diagonally across the roar entrance of tho plaza url till Forestry and Ethnology no escaping the fact that to the average Worlds Fair visitor time intercut of an exhibit like that of time Philippine Government renters in the natives and native villains mid a constant stream ofxtlpll mako their way to wt the dog eat ers and head hunters Tho space given by tho news aM rs to tho Igor ots is out of all proportion to their rent imK rtnnco It should Im rcniemlMircd that out of seven and a half million jHOple in time islands less then 000000 aro uncivilized and that an Igorot warrior is as much an object of curiosity to a resident of Manila as ho is to an American Indeed many Filipinos at the lair have there BOOH representatives of the wild tribes for tho first time The Igorot Village contains 111 natives belonging to three different tribes Time llontoes Suvocs and Tinguinnes all from tho central part of Northern Luzon Scientists have declared that with proper training they are susceptible to a high state of development and unlike the American Indian will accept rather than defy the advance of American civilization They mutt barbarians Their religion is a kind of spirit worship As n rule they are head hunters They are copper colored have high cheek bones Mat noses and thick lips Their hair is straight and black RId is often worn long Probably no tribe in tie Ar chipelago can produce such splendid Hcciineii8 physically The men havo strong chests well dcvolo dmans cles and possess great strength and bower of endurance Time women are generally well formed erect and among some tribes ns graceful as Oriental women In their native condition they have 0111n scant cuslnme a woven breech clout of body color for the noel and an apron of bark for till women The Hontoos are the most athletic daring tumid the fiercest of the Luzon jxwple They urn industrious to a degree They are headhunters maid carry on frequently expeditions against neighlwring trilxw There are sixtynine Bontocs in time village nineteen of whom are women Unlike most of time other tribes they do not work in bamlxxi but build their houses of rough hewn planks squat on tho ground with strawthatched roofs Rico is time staple diet together with a meat stew and on occasions of feasting limeyeat dog Antonio chief of the tribe was elected to his xwition by popular vote Ixxniuso ho was declared to Ixj time bravest of time Igorots How many heads he limas brought back from expeditions is n mooted question hot Governor Hunt is au thority for till statement that to his own knowledge Antonio has killed fiv men- The Suyoes mire minors and weavers Largo de lx Hits of copier ore are found in till mountains and the men hoe ingeni ously worked it into lots and irons after their crude method of reduc tion Industrially they stand on a high level As curlUi 1855 they oXIlrttllnll much as twenty tons of mmnnllyItlion of time Spaniards to till region Tho women romnrkablo manufac turers of bright cloth of different imlgenio1hand s of hemp trod treo fibre All of the- Suyocs men women and children use tobacco The Tlngulanes tome from time timlx r region and are amour till lest of all tho workers in bamlxx They have largo and well eonstnutod houses built three foot off the ground and thatched with nipn They are i sx cinlly adopt with arrows for warring purposes whilst tho hill trilx s use principally sjKars and steel mixes The Negritos ono of whom is shown in till picture above are not receiving ns much attention from the press and public as tho Igorots hilt they are far more interesting to tho ethnologist They are found in till mountainous parts of nearly all the islands and are the alxiriginal inhabitants They look not unlike African negroes but are much smaller in statue time men averaging about 4 feet 10 inches in height while time women are shorter still Their color is black their hair is wooly and bushy and their toes are remarkably prehensile They are very skillful with mews and arrows and in making fire which they do by rubbing together two dry pieces of bamlxx In tho islands plncoIII1ingshoot Ilitoneilnrrowfl and for cen turns have been the terror of the other islanders All efforts to civilize them havo apparently failed Ynmot tho chief of tho Negritos at the Ex position has learned a little Spanish tumid has become greatly attached ton high collar und American clothes Another Negrito known as time missing link has round shoulders long gorillalike arms and horizon tal profile The palms of his hands art rough and curiously unhunmn The Samal Moros Fortyif whom occupy n village on the shores of Arrow Head lake court from the Island of Mindanao They are notorious pirates and famous pearl divers For two and n halt centuries they made life miserable to time Spaniards and the natives of the islands Villages were sacked churches looted and Spaniards ami Spanish subjects made prisoners In the nineteenth century even Mussel man war junks appeared in the Hay of Manila The religion of those Samals is Mohammedan and their chief is Datto Facundo brother of time Rajah Muda Mandi who rules over several thousand jxsrsons hall travelled through Europe carries n rotinno of HopIe deports himself as an Oriental of high degree is possessed of considerable wealth judged by American standards and has gathered around him many of time luxuries and conveniences of Western civilization tONCLfflED NEXT WEEK OPENING OF FALL TERM Tho Fall Term ojxjned yesterday with devotional exercises led by Dr Hubbell and an address of welcome by President Frost The building of the new Chapel cold the foundation of tho new Library Building together with the le ginning of tho work on time pipelino which is to bring spring water from the mountains five miles away make Herea a busy place There is n bet ter chance for students than ever before and enterprising young men and women will appreciate the fact and attend in large numlx rs Several new teachers have teen on gaged among whom are Prof Thaw A Edwards formerly connectiid with the Soldiers Orphans Hone at Xcuia 0tmud Dr Robt Cowley who is a physician of tho very best trailing mead ability and who will look after time health of all students Time alisenco of the colored stu dents is of course time most marked thing abort time new term Our eel ored students as previously announ codare being assisted to attend Fisko University mad other good carryfagits rights against tho jxrsccution of the state legislature is planning various things for time IxMiefit of the colond race For fifty years Uerea has tried to do good to all men timid esjxcially to those who were in need and it dos not propose to stop though embarassed and crippled by this hostile legislation But meanwhile nothing hinders tho College from sending out the cordial invitation to those who are not forbidden to attend There ought to Ix fifty young met in the beginning Carpenters class and as many moro in the Farmers class this fall There ought to lx a hundred young women entering time Home Science course and many more than ever before taking music nursing tumid all the other branches The country is prosperous under the Re publican administration and now is educationalThe CITIZEN welcomes old students returning tumid huts a double welcome pomlringiuPros Frost and Mrs Frost returned from their long journey on Friday and say they have seen no Moro beautiful place than Herea ASSAULTED A JAIL GUARD Desperate Attempt to Escape From the Daltlmore Prison Baltimore Sept HA daring at tempt at jail breaking In which thrco or more prisoners headed by Roland D Rigor were Involved occurred at the jail in this city Tuesday Whon Jail Guard H A Lecorn wont Into a cell occupied by Harold Brewer bo was suddenly struck on the back of tho hood with a club In tho handa of Rigor Lecorn though partly stunned grappled with his assailant and after a doaperato struggle succeeded In choking him Into Insensibility In mho meantime Brewer escaped from time colt and was In tho yard making his way to the outer gate when ho was captured Ho confessed that there had been a conspiracy to disable Guard Lecorn take his pistol lock him n cell and tight their way to freedom Roland B Rigor Is one of tho gang that held up a suburban street car at Lakeside near this city a few months ago robbing and shooting the con ductor Rigor was arrested last July at Columbus 0 A FATAL WRECK Engineer Crushed to Death and Fire man Died of his Injuries Cincinnati Sept HTho C II D Chicago filer early Tuesday after noon was wrecked south of Glendale when It ran through an open switch and crashed Into a freight train on a siding Engineer George Greenland of tho Chicago flier was pinioned in tho debris of his engine and crushed to death whllo his fireman Joseph Staub was fatally Injured Tho latter was removed from tho wreckage shortly after tho accident but It was somo time before Greenlands body was removed Ills homo was at Hamilton OhioIat Hamilton Ov fl f iIIIIIIIIfIi HH toSixteen Departments Eight Pages + +H I 11 +111011 wVOL COMMONWEALTH buildingsThere 1Cannot Afford To Lose UT II i 1 1Tthat ygagescies or papers IIIdo not care to lose f Ifso we advise you to rent lone of our safe deposit boxes jlThese safes fire will proof takevaultI your papers jewelry IIetc The Safe costs you only two dollars a Come in and see yearI u J V THEIBEREA BANKING COMPANY J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier IJ I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES o Phone 188 Richmond Ky i Cut Designs and Blooming Plants BE A SOLDIER I WANTED 100000 BOYS 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER handwritingatatiog 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day Is long Tim busy lam of middle day Shuts out the morning song The rush of myriad hurrying feet That crowd the upward slope atavc crushed the daisies Into dust And spent the dews of hope Then straight within the trampled path The eager throng had trod A little purple Bower unclosed Nor pined for greener sod And one whose load had weighted sore Looked down at It and smiled And dreamed of woodland trails hed loved To follow when A child fli sill when liltternes and fret Would drown the melody Some little harmony ideals In To set the music tree And we may keep till eventide The morning Joys we knew If ever In our hearts there live The daisies and the dew harlot M Hall In Youths Companion A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE CEBHAROT Ceprlichl1901 ly 1 B Li piooott Can pair CHAPTER VII A RBVEIATION Once on the road Bessemer and his men put spurt io their horwe und galloped nt a lively rate Seoul bud reported that the enemywn resting not fur ofT Denoomcr ridln ttt the head of his mounted dragoon the perspiration streaming down hi red face his eyes sparkling with ai tieipation of victory his wellKill iijrure held erect lit the saddle with Itritish military stiffness looke what he wnsu combination of fort amt Sire A turn in the rand brought titer In sight of a stream The trouper yn e u shout of triumph broken h JiPKheiiiers ringing eommand In tht writer were nude men bathing ond fcwiimning and sporting along it- edge on the opposite side wIre others stripped to their waisti doing their family washing whil farther up the bank under such shad ns the sparse cottonwood trees gave were yet more smoking or nappln i r eating Most of them had their rifles beside them and their horse close by hurt it availed them little Their cryof astonishment chagr mud terror beat the hot air ere thut of Ilessemers meu deed uway Tho naked wretches III the water err out down before they could escape Across the stream with eager luihtt yet with perfect order went the British carrying all before them In ttttti did Slimter start from his nun Hinder mu of his bnggngcwugom seine the nearest horse by its mine jirdlelss and hridlelexs as it wui 11 try to rally his soldiers The 4liiy vns lost nod though the ling fish colonel did not capture tile bri jfiiiul as he hind boasted he would lie failed in little else he set out tll elm and Indeed few save Sumte jiimself escaped not enough to war rant pursuit In that appalling Ii Cut The British returned the way the lintl come exulting liver thoughtfii of Iiin troops lie etas hltnsllf niojt anxious to get back to the Kl lrv plantation anti make that hi stopping place for the night Hesse intr perceived that the heat and tit olinrp hard ride since dawn had pu considerable train upon his men footing a large eomfortablelookin liouvf setting suite dUtance lilT tin road surrounded by n lint grove IIf trees he asked fun you tell me lidwurdtvho lives yonder Mithink it is a good place for un afternoon rcil le they rebels or lories w linll become their nnlmlted guests but should like to learn which they art that may know whetherto rc juest or command They ore tories the boy un xwered eagerly as loyal to our hint ns my own finally and theywil make you n gladly welcome I airs ure as toy people lure Ihimeuhgt perceived that under the stinmiei Hush which already covered his cheek there rose n rieher wove of crimson the n sweetheart residing there lie thought nUll with a sympathctli feeling turned his liorte oil the ruu imd entered the gat1 which stood tOnrenientiYOpen The house was not the Imposing mansion the Ellen homestead was Tint there was a warm southern web voinc awaiting the intruders and n jtieee of news mightily to Hesaemerh diking as well A courier riding hard to overtake the British commander hail likewise stojiped there for rest ian1 scarce had the English colonel disinotuttedere he handed him n dis pnjcli from Cornwallts conveying the Slews of Gates defeat There were three daughters of the IIOIIHP all of them vivucious young women as Bessemer soon discovered Oh how delightful they exclaimed when the contents of the dispatch be CIne known two great victories in one tiny think of ltt Not In one day Indies lrsncmer reinfmliHl them Gen CornwallU won bis on the sixteenth It rings not matter we hear of Ileum the some day the youngest irrMKted We ass iredly should dn o tithing to celebrate so great u jiiice cf fortune U we could only live u dine stir aJilnd with n sag tjfcftht look In the dimlion of her usui hei Alamuia why cant wn lu duce Col Itessemer and his omen to remain here for the night anti let us move the furniture from the big west room and have n dance there Meanwhile we could scour the neigh borhood for girls Edward do you not think Jane would come Any I have a better plnn tho lieutenant answered My mother made Col Bessemer and myself prom ise ere we left that If we routed Seater in time we should return home and spend the night there They will be expecting us and my father will he most grievously disappointed if we do not come but why not have a dance on one lawn as we did the summer before went to Kngland Remember von Peggy what fun we hind Pun Oh It wait delicious she answered clasping her hands in ec stasyThe plan pleased Bessemer better than the first proposed and so it was arranged lie encamped his little army and most of his prisoners In one of the Emery fields that evening One of the prisoners he considered too valuable a capture to risk thus and he besought Mrs Kllery for a special room for him As a prisoner he was second only to Sumter himself Jsow dear imunm he said to hit hostess when these arningementN had been completed you must let mt take the burden of our frolic to night oil your hands I want this to be my festivity given in humor of your neighboring Tory friends Tis Milllcicnt that you grant us the privi lege of using your beautiful grounds i ml I shall see to it that their love liness Is not marred Mrs Kllery made a feint of rG luctant concession to this but in truth she was not sorry to wash her lands of all but the Indoor prepara tions She and Jane Immediately set about seeing to the making of cakes salads and various confections to serve as refreshments Dressed in time freshest of the evening gowns left from her last visit to Charleston Miss EIIIr made n stately and iandsome figure that MISS ELLKIIY MADE A STATEIT AND HANDSOMK Fltltllli AS HEIt MAM MY GAVE TUB LAST TOUCHES TO 1IKU COSTUME evening as her mammy tucked u high jewelled comb into lice complicated coiffure anti gave the lost pats and touches to her costume Carriages began to roll up the ave and tune descended the stairs tint she plight assist her stepmother and Col licsscmcr In receiving their guests None of UessemerV enemies and he bud not few could deny to him the qualities of taste and energy The combination of these with that tine executive ability which enabled him always to get full service out of those under him had insured the success of his dunce limo scene was beautiful Among the trees strolled many pairs of lovers Upon the rus tic benches sat the chnp rons and elderly guests while the tarpaulin was gaywith dancers moving In the stately measures of the minuet or revelling in the sprightlier moe incuts of livelier dunces There were beautiful women In plenty southern women with bright eyes nnininted faces and rich voices dressed in time beautiful costumes of the tiny the lowcut bodices the flowing skirts the hulr waving over ears and caught by high jewelled tombs at the back the pointedtoed slippers with flashing buckles the flirtations fans and cobwebbed land kerchiefs And as for the men they were as gallant a lot IItI one would wish to see the British officers smothered in red coats and gold lace the civilians in kneebreeches ruffled shirts and silk lincdcoats Well pleased Bessemer moved among hU guests dropping a pleasant word here n merry jest there but never quite losing sight of the younger hostess He was awarn that beneath the smiling graclousness with which she was assisting him there lurked n certain constraint and he could well guess the cause One lady rather exceeding the age when It was fashionable to be found still unmarried iii those days tapped the colonel on the arm with her fun us he was passing the bench where shesutTell mV dear colonel lipw many prisoner did you tAke today A marvelous number from all hear null they do sew you have n most mysterious one whom you have hid in MTJ Kllwrys garret Nay they gi further and state that It is IUIIPM lovor Jodfrey VarthIngton Ioor laii It would go herd with ier If III were to befall Godfrey hey hunt been devoted to each other for so mMiy years tlrmgh they do soy her stepmother will not hear to tin matin Tell fQloho dropped her voice to a rlentlnl whlspcr Is It really ht you have Madam Hessemer nnswerci gathering himself together I knoi naught of this Worthlngtomqf you speak but I should say thnt 111I gentleman whom I hold us were sore suited to be Miss Kllery father thnn her lover slnoe he Is man fully 00 years of age white headed and graylien rded Iris nnm Is Pierce Pierce Gen Pierce That horn old rebel Oh how delightful tlm you hate caught him He is tilt vet one who hung time tories thus sour luer The very one nindnm and he shull pay for It He left her with t courteous bow hot his heart was not us light when she haul accosted him What was this silly womans chatter nbllutI n lover of Junes A Godfrey Ington forsooth Of course that was nothing in It and yet he mans be sure CHAITKUVIII AS THE UANCK YVKVT ON- He drew aside pretty 11Th stun who was the occasion jtif tlie diner lo you know tIghtLIIC asked of a person bv time name it Godfrey Vorthlngton Godfrey Vorthlngton Oh yes have known him nil my life Why he and lone are sweethearts they been for yeses though they do nti her mother does not npprow the match mid was mnt glad when eJout tVB rebel carxe tfcat sit might have ewu for forbidding hi coming Kerr Did you not know than you needy viptured him once It was hist when you ntopprd nl Janes for breakfast He watt com lag to see her thru knowhiff I sup pose that her father and mother were from home and thinking it good opportunity to press hs suit lie wns almost up to the house IK fort he die overed your soldiers- trettMmcr brow grew blacky So this Wits time younir brave who lot given lint such a turn tint tin spring morning Twos just like Godfrey thi trdlll1Jane loves him must I think tliougl he is handsome too0hiii hind some hate heard it whiaprrec often that Jane is no less a rebel at heart than he hilt that she keep It conieilcd to innintnln peace with Item stepmother mud Edward In truth lrnr lady lkssihtier nn swered iiiethlnkf report dtUli mmti grossly wrong Mistress June lone I am sure could be snore loyal thar she Hut he tore bimsHf rnvhywill sonic troublous thoughts running through din brain He sought an surly opportunity tll secure June by hlnuelf Come sweet ml tr tie he said and hike stroll with me long to see it J cannot frighten away that pcnsin look upon your lovely face Wha solemn thoughts have been playing havoc with your g yCty tbnlghl lane looked at him In sonic surprise Hnve I not been gaysit asked I thought t hid I know ol no excuse for solmen musings un less Indeed It be the solemnity df eontrantx anti In truth I could not but think ns I watched this benutl fill scene which you have conjuret for us tonight what a invdley our life nun is This afternoon from my chamber window I saw you take past our house the prisoners you hind captured Such sad wenryfucetl men they were many of them sorely wounded anti scarce able to walk My htKirt bled for them yet here to night we are in time miiUt of musk and dancing and they within enr shot of It jilt How ertie lino heartless It must seem to them Methinkx madani Itekoemtr an swered with n sneer horn of his ne iuniulntpd irritation though policy Warned him of tin unwtwdom tit showing Usnietldnlts you show most wondrous solicitude for these rVhHK unit wluit think yn junta heard to ulirht That you are one atheartA look spread OUT Janei face If tihe ennui but keep hint fencinsr with Jier upon time subject of tory or rebel the might prevent him from bfonuhlig tim other tub jest she ilreaded for she wait not yet prcpnrtjd to soy Whether or not die would marry him And so you have found IIIB oqt she cried III mock dismay Ahctll one what pnnUhment trill you inuto to me Am i to tie curried u yap tin Ii ono of your prison fillips low lying In Charleston harbor TJicy say they are most unpleasant places to reside In Or am I to be hung or what JJesseuier looked down nt her the gravity of his face softuniny before the sparkle In her eyes I do not know he said what punishment could be grunt enough to mete out to one who withdraws so precious an ally from the kings cause however with your permission tail lady we will leave that most serious question for future consideration Tell pie rather what your think of the sue cess of my plan for keeping in good humor tory friends Think you not this entertainment will make the Indies wish the harder that we might remain victors Instead of those un mannerly rebels and inspire our Kymputhlcrs among your neighbor with renewed ardor tom sweet enemy give me your opinion I doubt not you ere right col onel she answered saucily Mp thinks I have heard that It did Indeed tux the fertile bruin of your general anti yourself to hatch scheme for keeping In line your tory allies lint my Amt Kuxunnah says such Is aver the hindicap of n hind cause The enthusiasm of its followers lacking the fuel of rijflitoousncia soon SHU ul ultra unit mutt he onstriir rektn died while a good cause well would remind you that the Amerloai patriots do not need ilnncu to In iilr them A neat speech my ln autlfu rebel he observed hut Is this nil Iio reword I am to receive when had far more In mine the hope IIf ghlug you enjoyment than of enter tiiinlng your tory neighbors Nay tin not turn away Hear me out This morning when I rode from you door my pulses throbbed with Tropl but tonight sonethlng In your mill ncr thwarts me What inns rearer this harrier be ween us Have yoi spent those few short hours in rank fug of your heart n fortress And If so what weapons can I use that will butter down its walls Will pr thence filth persistence do the work Then Indeed will t never despair We nil know Jnne observed that Col Hessemer nddx tn his repu tntlon ns a gallant soldier hunt of or adroit strategist sea lie would fairs betray the hearts owner lute n confession of the nJrenglh or weak ness of UN forces hut tnt lhlnl It would be wiser for the besieged to permit the aseailnnt to determine for himself what weapon to use Ah said Ifewiemer half bitterly halt questioulngly fllf eoild only be sure n certain rebel were lint liar bored within the wnlls of tlmt heart I night be mire cneourngrd to uinke the attackAnd loyal soldier of his maj esty the king to bo iiiunt sl iIya rebel June nskwl Flel I would ItIfare dnrkenivl i No on my Boul is he not he cried nnr by ten thousand rebels I ac cept your challenge madmn Time time is not far distant when I hops to Provo tax elf a tnntuh for that rebel Meanwhile It behooves me to select one of yonder forests stout trees for stringing up another rebH now In my ktepinic 1y dnybrenk I trust wt nhall IHI rid of him and ieMr dnnfrlltiir body an a wurninir t others of hl ilk Tin hrIghtue lIed out of tic jirf tar You cnunot inrn t n4 y n will hang that poor old g ailnty- ho U now a captive in tour piiTif sin him when they bmnght him tr tho horse this nftfrnoou and J thought Ms fate w nilt street stun noble while have ever hrnrd him spoken of brave Aye bravu enough but por uld gentleman Murcr fits so blundy hitudml a wretch I stave not trgd that three elf our nlll s wpre otrnni up by bis eoniuwml fnnr weekend n hy HIT faith their duth slta be at nlII lint they were marawler win plundered dwelUjn ami miinlrreil women sod ohtldrn At least no hare heard It will not bring buck their HTV to take snottier life and surely It were better to be merciful and teach these dct tted rrlivhi the jiMtlc and moderation of their op ponent than to set them an ex ample of urtielty nail vengefulness To lSe Cnstlnudh SHIRTS GROW ON TREES 1t lint nil Illil Mnllnr Sntd foulil He JlOllllol MII Semi rll lltum1- Shirts grow on trees whys inme from said tbolll suilnr a cording to this Iliilndfljiliia Keim How so tditpmiitV u pal slang asked The stiller emptied his glss OliO wiped hU mouth with the hud ot lilt head Im ampmikln he wild of the South near You knot thfic inlands over there 1 Sure said the clerk Veil tluitswhere I mean thai t tirtt grow on trcert Tlieros a kind of u willow trIM on them island with u tuift tlexililo Imrk A native selects u tree with a trunk Ibats just a little bigger round than whai he U Ho IIInkII ring with hit knife around tin trunk through Hit hurls and he makes another ring four foot below Then with a fit of the knife he draws till barkUT tilt Mime us n buy does in makln a willow whlctle nnd lies got a lltc durable shirt All hu need to do ii to dry It out make two units fir the arms and put ulacln in tin buck to draw it together lu the spring of tilt year the shirts lire gathered Men annul wo men butte go out nt that time ti look for trees that tit them Ihs hurl shirts art treated so tc be sofl and flexible They dont htok Imd tusk hanged If they look NIC nt obi for shirts that grow on tree liutto Wiirth AUiiiilliiK Admiral Sir John Fisher who replied for the Hritlsh navy to a toasl at a recent loyal Acaileiny banquet said In the course of his speech I olwnys think on these occasions ot the llrst time I went to sea on hoard my first slip n little sailing two decker and I saw Inscribed In great big goll letters the one wor Silence Underneath was another good sotto heeds not words I have put limitS Into every snip I have commnndrd bite This leads me to another motUi which in better still Wlua I wns coinintinilcrlnchlcf In thin MeJ Iterruuean went to inspect n satin It destroyer only SfH tons but with cuch pride and tnvngger that she might been 10000 tons The lieutenant In command took inn round She was in beautiful order tad I ciinu tuft to the wheel nnd saw there Mt Vejiinnt Omnes Hullo I tail whut the deuce Is IhaU Sn luting time he said Let em nil conic riot mm not boasting that was tile tense of fonschms ellleiency the tense tint permeates the whole flea nod I used to think ps the admiral It would be Irresistible provided tIe idailral was up to the mark kokukokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokoko ottoko11ot1 i The Kirksville School I For Boys and Girls g- X 0 P Simmons Principal Mark S Peckham AssL Prln e 5 Miss Ada Allen Prln Dept of Music g o tr- o Incidental Fees o AU Grades 50 cents per Term fees Payable in Advance go Tuition Feesi5 D Primary 10 00 per Term g X A Primary and B Grammar 16 00II o 2 A Grammar 15 00 Ito High School 20 00 I 5 Department of Music Tnolutl X lag Inatrumeata for Practice 20 00 oj- g Enrollment last year 101 We expect to increa o it largely this gj jt year Our teachers are competent up to date Remember lore g what lour Ito churches and NO SALOONSWeroolicittpatronsgevfrom people X who wish thoir children controlled and no others Boarding can be o X secured at following rites o From Monday to FridaySI 76 g full Week GO S o Send for Catalogue and investigate 0 G P SIMMONS Principal KJrksviHc Ky o It kokoetoetottoetfiroetoeovtorororororosoMoroKororoKokorotSg O Bucklons Arnica Salvo Has worldwide fame for marvellous Dun S It surpasses fir other salve lotion oiutmout or balm for Cuts Cornlt Burns Dolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sotes Chapped Hand Skin Erup lions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 23o at East End Drug Co E4dJ1 f1t1 ci cUfp routratetaFTr4atuwnfeet april toe 7mumamr f ehNlMIebSWI FT tdtst t1 i DppUSPNrd DtllUkntlnpteutDC In the IWhalbut we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law oven slightly psin results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kicgn New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at East End Drug Co 60 YEARS XPfirilENCB Truce MAnKSI oi tnree nntMCi tehanadtrrlrlinnqr l iiir mtf nun ear ortuwa ttm whih r aiiifvnIMn n eb 1IYlOnGarf liatabe11I11III1 en ralet amt In 14t a n rrnn tatw- ant law tbrouili Inn p Co tents tfrtttt nftUt without cb rre In i- uScientiHe Jhncilcam hndsimIr Itluitnlfct wtlr Jjirjut atuuatuunneany Mnrepeurni TrN-r I r tnir i nledtira Yqarneh Foarful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition ot nn old soldier by name of J J Mavens Versailles 0 For years ho was andItrio Bitters It put him on his foot In short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete rocov andIOnly 50e Guaranteed by East End Drug Co- LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Uolog North Train 4 itchy Leave Urot348 a in Arrive Rfehmond412 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 CO a m Oolnz North = TrAIn n Unity LiavH Itaioa 12 ji p m Arrive Richmond 1125 pm Arrive PriioIi 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p in OMny ftmtli Train laity Lnav HtlfII 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p m hung Scull Train a Dully Leave hlereah12I p m Arrive Livingston 12 U0aru Train No 1 and No 5 mike con nqjtiou LiviUkTstjii for J llico and tai South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON j Dentist J IyluMONUMENTS Uf Na11InI IUtwr Ortiill ttt HtrbU Work of all kinds doo in a workman Ilk manner at nw onable prlc a end with dispatch All pork guar- salad by l GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Dntr t NIneItle InI L Whats In a Namo Evorylhing is in the name when it romp to Witch Hazel Salve E C Da Witt it Color Chicago dincoventi Home years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Bezel that is a specific lIebIlugcats burns bruises end all skin dm feMtDrtWIlLs Salve has no equal rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for De Witta the genuine Sold by Ea End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date jn this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Beroa and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or ezprnes will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLINMt Kr REFCRENCR Bank of Mt Vernon From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep sealed on the lungs Busing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of Ono Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and attaining no weakened me that Ira down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I Lri da number of remedies to no wail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottlesof this wonderful emedy cured me entirely of the sough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co 3THEfj CITIZEN H The Home JENNIE LISTER BILL Editor I H1HHHHH IM lH lllll EVENING AT THE FARM Into the ar1 the Inner eon rIIpinugbTheTbPCradlnpdewaamfallllgThe bloat Awl mine KrimUUK to hit fci knoutwhruIlls cattle tailing Now to her tuk the milkmaid gore gsleIuahigpumpTlxtlralleioineWhile plnuant dews am fllln hyHutAud the wldle tlru Ills nlr bright lIow Wlillr Ui her talk the mllklnald rwtIkolhingly railing To upper at tart the farmer tort Th 11 art parr l tin aiwc trail The uurin told then all to txil Wllhoul the edrkrU maekaarug Wakrt thrill Ilia tlUnra all night long The heavy Orwa are lalllng COMFORT IN DRESS Tlcht Cloth Are r MlntaL sad Aro X l Kaavullnl lw gaye A wuumn who in heulthy alul happy thud the Unjm are ny nun IIIOUH law not wear btr clothing jinwiiifortauly titfbt Him has groan witter Vuiu rus clothing uuilMnxiiuo enough ut bt but when vanity und u mistaken Irule of style prompts the wrarlug of tight hurt which distort the fret high collars which beget throat troubles and CIIUIlt till tats to mull and darken aud tltfht cornfti then the woman of dvllltntlun U but a step itmoved from Ibv women of China who hobble vs uiuliuril feet Many women hove an Mrs that comfort and untidy loommini of attln cuuplitl with luck of style KO hand In hand and situ victims ar- tuerree In vtuiseijuemv How tubs wroiiK Idea atlll obtain It It hard to Imagine In vluw of the fact that JKc Art cut and lit have wade the loose outvr garuutit and shirt waist artistic slid a pruuounml success for years past If nil wouicn would apply IJils knowledge In tbs oli ctlon or waling of uthvr garments all might be an com fortabUi at tiien who garment curseisIt It plilchw It the properly tlttiil and looae enough fur perfect comfort slid aboe1 bolt etc fitted on the suave principle woman health would be such better than It U An hour a day spent In exerchti will not undo the work of ten or tWvlvo hours of Im proper living hence the absurdity of women trying to obtain better health by lIIrclae and tfymnaatliii when they go from such tixcrvlte directly Into the uiUtak of tight flttixl clothes RULES FOR THE HOME Ta Corsadaaat Thai Ik Vla HuH wlr Will Hallow Mike your household one haruio Dluua whole no matter how amall the Ileal 2 UM only what you can comfortably afford In good quality aud ample quantity 3 Let your homo appear bright and sunny It la not easy to be uuplcc ant In a cheerful room c Treat you servants wisely and kindly and It will be Impossible for thaw to either impose or oppose fi Mays tulle for everything and bo never In a hurry- A certain formality U necessary to save everyday Info from triviality aud freedom troll looHenemi 7 Lo nut forget that society U tbo death of home life hospitality Its glow SrS Know how to talk and bow to lis ten how to entertain and how to amuse Have many Interests Rod no stud les 10 Do not forget your homo should not only be a well conducted dormitory and boardlug place but truly a home the center stud focus of nil Interest pleasure and happiness for everybody connected with It Harper llntar I I I II I II I II I I I I I I 11111 H I The School JOHN star DIM8MORB Editor Free Public Education a Neces city In a Democracy Probably no ono linn expressed in few wortlit tho necessity for free pub 2lieeducation in n tlcmocrncy bettor tlmn has Walter 1ngo in tho follow- lug extract from hiflmldress 011liTho School That Built n Town pub liHhutl with two other valuable esfwyH on oducution in a little volume called Thin Rebuilding of Old Common 1IvealthIn talk about education in n democratic country moaning any thing else than free public education for every child is n mockery To cull anything elfto education at nil is t to go buck towards tho middle ngen when it was regarded nil n privilege of gentlemen or us n duty of the church and not no a necessity for tho Iooplo If a few mon oulynro to bo odu cute the accidents of fortune doter mine which they shall be These will regard themselves us a special class sot off by themselves untl u false standard of education is sot up both in tho minds of tho educated nnd in thin minds of thin uneducated The uneducated regard themselves lis neglected You have the seeds o Niiobliory lord of discontent sowed over till the wide wanted of nodal life anti the uneducated port of the State simply adds to its inertia rather than to its wealth nnd health lint oven this false conception of education is not the worst result of n system that Ixjuofits only n few If only a part of any community Ixi trained tho very part that needs training least is the part that gets it It is the ignorant that lire neglected nod the State thus goes steadily down For those that are predisjosed to Ignorance and idleness nod a lack of occiimtion are the very mointoni of the community that ought not under any circumstance to Iw neglected There is therefore no way under Heaven to train those who need training most but by training every Ixxly at the public excuse More than this for democracy has tho qualityof giving constant surprises it is always more than likely that among the neglected are UIOHO that would become the most capable if they were trained Society forever needs reinforcements from the rear It inn shining day in any educated mans growth when he cones to see and to know and to feel and freely to admit that it is just as ini ortant to the world that the rug nmulhn child of his worthless neighbor should IN trained as it is that his own child should IN Until n man stew this he can not INOOIHO n worthy democrat nor got n tatriotic concep Lion of education for no man has known the deep meaning of demo erne or felt either its obligation or its lift till he hUll sien this truth clearly IIII HN III I H 111 111 The Farm BlUS CUlVER tUSOH MltX i ii11l itt Kbmir For a Calf It is all verj well to tie a calf out of doom whore hi can have a tilde of Krtfi grass but a shady spot to down In Is Imperative ixnmrkH IIII Till CALF BHADK can Agriculturist The sun beating down upon an unprotected cult greatly retards growth It there II no natural lode at hand use the device shown In tho cut Two stakm driven on a slant support n munru frame of wood that covered with burlap or any cheap cloth Tie the calf no ho can Just reach the shade but cannot tangle the rope about tho stakes The Btukws can be uhlftixl to new ground In a moment when It U necessary to move the calf DU pproi l of the boat Spray Many of the Illinois orcbardlsU do not approve of dust spraying for fun KOUS troubles Sumo time ago one of the upvukvra before the State Horticul tural society voiced the objection thus I think that thin wise roan It he hnp pelts to be a fruit grower will keep awny from the dust spray until the experiment station has settled the lUiHtlon and if there arc any who have lliiRcrluR Ideas in their minds that there aru some merits In the dust spray I would advise them to wait awhile until the thing has been settled and not waste city money on mate rials nnd upraylng machines but to stick to the thing that we know 1s good and when these other things are a success wo can Invest In them It Is suggested by some of the fruit growers that in the compounding of the Just spray the chemical property which In tho liquid is effective against fungus U neutralized or In some way changed On the other bond one of the large orcbordlatH of southern lilt nois nnnouncea hits satisfaction In the use of the dust spray Feeding For Color In the Yolk Different rations very clearly affect the color of the yolk In eggs Messrs Stewart and Atwood of Virginia have found that when the grain ration con stated of wheat oats or white corn fed either alone or In combination with each other tho yolks were ao light eel ored that the eggs would be quite un suitable for fancy trade When the grain supply consisted entirely of white corn the yolks were very light colors while on the other hand the feeding of yellow tort Imparted to tho yolks that rich yellow color which Is so deslrahlaWanted Results prayersNopeWhy notr I missed cm last night end today I licked a boy who didnt to what s the user Humor and Philosophy Sy DUNCAN H SMITH Copyright t by Duncan M Smith PERT PARAGRAPHS- If you want to know how n man feels when he feels small Just notlco your own ftMllngs when the waiter Is waiting for his tip and you are out ot rhnng A woman would not have to have so unity new drtllllllI It other women were not such keen observers They will give you a fair Held ash nil the favor In tho world In St Louln If you have thu price A wise mother floea not nHk her sinnll son wheth er he would roth er go to tho cir- cusortheSunday school picnic BoinctlniPN one Is puzzled to know whether a small boys stomach or his pocket tins the greatest capacity- As the weather grows warmer and the swimming holt more alluring the Ingenuity of the small boy develops amazingly Dont try to show off your husbands docility before your motlier In law A good many girls do not make thorn selves helpful around house for tear- racy might get In the habit of It When trouble doctmt trouble you It Isnt trouble A bright man understands the Ian guage of a wink by intuition without looking In any books on the subject After an artist ib thirty he does not despise sign tainting If It pays better than art The still small voice needs to take a good many lessons In vole culture before It can make Itself heard by some people Knew How It Worked Said the copper to the farmer who was vliltlnr In town With hU ancient carpet satchel and his dusty lull of brown You had better look out lively or youll run against a trick Sharper here watch out for strangers and sometimes theyre might slick Uncle slowly pulled hue whiskers setting down his tug the while As he looked the copper over then he answered with n smile Like all not Id better oak you lust what might your raeanln be- Cause Id like to be alarnln anything thats good fer me Oh the copper answered briskly ns he deftly swung hU stick Just look out they dont sell to you while youre here a big gold brick Said the farmer If they ask you you can My Im In the game I am here to do some business and Im mighty glad I came What your business asked the copper smiling at the farmer gray As he tumid to take hU bearings ere he shunted fin his way Ive a little game myself air to In crease my meager hoard- I am looking for the people who are want lag summer board Hud to Follow What does he do for a livelihood He follows the sea Where does he follow It tot As near All can find out the sea always stands about in one place Had a Grievance I want to see tho rubber trust smashedAre spring chickens they are furnishing your boardinghouse as bad as that Foxy Mime For candy or an Ice cream treat She didnt care a bit At least she told the boys as much And so she made a hit Superfluous Knowledge I hear Hanks line been made musical critic for the flatly Squeal But how can ho hold the Job He knows enough about music to run the scale Could Love Part of Them You should love your neighbor as yourself put my dear sir my neighbors are not all young ladles Vain Quest JCach night she looked below the bed Out fruitless was the plan Although she looked for years tis said She never found a man A Heroic Remedy Doctor how can I break myself of tho habit of smoking Get a box of campaign cigars and It will be easy Hard on Him When a flirt does fall In love it Is apt to be a desperate case1 Yes for tho man she falls In love lib X5000000CASH LION COFFERIn Addition to Regular 19autow1Yo28lf Would OrYll qfUcll dH1rl u Yorswarc Q 3 Like aCheck Like This I II We Nave Awarded 2000000 II y II Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a santstamp entitle you In addition to M the regular free premiums to Mi one vote The acent stamp covers our to you that your estimate is recorded You can send as many eatU mates as desired ContestI Presidential Vote Contest acknowledgment will followsp1 Plni Prise 525UGi00 110000000000will I Prizes 10000 100000 lioooooldentlnl180O Prises OOO 000000We also Special PIZEi TOTAL How Clerks Particulate of COliNalSO 12OOOOOO Would Your Name Look on One These Checks 1 Everybody uses coulee If LION long enough to acquainted be suited no other value for the Then pou no thats why we advertise And vfe are using lgetabenefig for your Lfunheads GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package x pWOOL90N A COURT MARTIAL Militia Officers to Answer For Dirilection of Duty Dur ing Statesboro Lynching WILL CONVENE ON SEPTEMBER 29 Report of Court of Inquiry Amounts Practically to an Indictment of tho Accused The Action of Lieut Mcintyre In Mak ing an Attempt to Withstand Mob and Protest the Prisoner Is Praised Atlanta Ga Sept HAtter receiv ing and considering the full report of Statesboro court of Inquiry Gov Terrill has ordered a court martial to decldo as to whether or not Capt Hitch Lieut Moll Lieut Griner Lieut Cono and Lieut Morrison woro dire In their duty during the recent troublo at Statesboro Tho court that convene at Savannah September amounts The 29Iof the at Statesboro Lteut McIntyre was the only commissioned officer exon erated by tho court His action in making an attempt to withstand mob and protect prisoners Isi praisedTho report goes Into detail stating that tho evidence failed to disclose any energetic efforts on part of military authorities to disperse mob and likewise failed to die close serious casualties either to mob or military The conclusion of the court is that could have taken tho pris oners from mob oven after they left courthouse vigorous ef torts been used Instead ot no attempt at all refers to tho fact that the only Instructions given tho men as to when to load and was that given by Capt Hitch on tho train re- Quiring them to load or except when specifically instructed to do so these Instructions having effect generally of restraining tho from loading their guns when attacked by mob Two Instances of soldiers loading and threatening to shoot referred to showed tho desired effect which was on the mob as these two sol doors hold their ground thus furnish ovldenco of effect on tho mob otAgteuhp rlsiltat q Cash to Zion Coffee users in our Great worlds Fair 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in II Cub of with there Five troops report wero The report closes with statement From submitted tho court concluded that thero was a de sire and effort on part of en listed to perform their whole duty If they had been permitted by tboso In Immediate authority of com mandNo recommendations were mado to the governor by court report being simply the conclusions of court and evidence as submitted during investigation RHODE ISLAND LEGISLATURE It Condemned Gov Garvin for Calling an Extra Session Providence n I Sept HTho effort of Gov Garvin to obtain throe amendments to tho state constitution first to for constltutlanal Initiative second a moderate veto power for tho governor and tho third permitting registry voters voto for city councilmen was toI trated Tuesday by failure of general assembly to on any of them although there was a spirited do bate In both branches Both branches however passed a resolution condemn ing action of tho governor In call tho extra session and calling for an adjournment until November 16 ESCAPED FROM JAIL He Departed Clad In Aged Moth ers Dress and Bonnet Bristol Va Sept 14Wlloy GIb- son a youth being hold In Leo county jail at Jonesvlllo Va to await conveyance to tho penitentiary at Richmond to servo a fiveyear sentence for robbery mode good his escape by departing from tho prison clad in the dress and bonnet of his aged mother who called to goodby Gibsons escape was discovered when a fellow prisoner found tho aged lady sitting In tho cell dressed In tho clothes her son had discarded To Test the Constitutionality of Law Havana Sept 14An exporter of palm bark has shipped a consignment of that comodlty to United States for tho purpose of testing tho consti tutionality of of September 7 which forbids exportation of bark from island- Surrendered to the Authorities Boston Sept 14J Frank Knlaoly state manager of tho Preferred Mer cantile Co Tuesday surrendered to United States Marshal Darling under charges of violating tho lottery and postal laws Ho was placed under 2 bonds Davis Letter of Acceptance New York lkm jj e rrisena What be the total popular vote cast for President votes all can k dldatea combined at the election November 1904 In moo election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct eat mates received in Woolson Spice Com panys office Toledo 0 on or before November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second to 10 If If offer 1100000 each cAie Lion you will use COFFEE Ret it you will and Is such will take our Hence WE of the tho llct mar will tho tho tho tho tho any tho the tho tho had The fire not fire tho men the had ing tho the the evidence tho tho men tho the tho the tho the provide the tho act the Ing His the l say tho tho law tho the 000 for 8 tor Henry O DaVis completed the first draft of his letter accepting the demo cratic nomination for tho vice presl dency Mr Davis came to New York to confer with tho leaders of the party t Was Probably Murdered Louisville Ky Sept HJohn J Fitzgerald a nurse at the city hospital was found unconscious Tuesday In his room on East Madison street and died soon after his removal to the hospital where he was emyployed Thorn was a wound on tho right temple Sues Railway Co for Damages Kuttowa Ky Sept HMrs Annlo C Molloy administratrix of the estate of Sam C Molloy her husband has flied suit for 25000 damages for tho death of her husband who was killed by being struck by a train at Glas gow Junction In May Harris Is Missing Louisville Ky Sept HAt tho in stance of the Fidelity Mutual Insur ance Co warrants were taken out against Albert W Harris a solicitor charging him with obtaining money under false pretenses Harris is mlgs Ing Postmaster Killed by a Farmer Liberty Ky Sept HRev H W Hatter a merchant and postmaster of Poplar Hill this county was shot and Instantly killed Tuesday by Johnson Elliott a neighboring farmer The two men quarreled over a road site Expired While Bathing Henderson Ky Sept 14Mrs Sa rah J Thompson wife of R N Thomp son of tho Tennis Construction Co died suddenly of heart disease She was taking a bath at tho time of her death and had been In good health Robbed of Eight Hundred Dollars Mayflold Ky Sept HD F Ow- Ing a resident of near Lovelaccvlllo Ballard county while spending tho night hero with relatives was robbed of 800 In cash and a fine pistol So tar no clew has beer discovered A CAVEIN Four Men NearMemphis Memphis Tenn Sopt14 Four men were killed in a cavoin of a gravel pit nine miles southeast of Memphis Monday Tho dead Charles Temple John Anderson colored Parker Jones colored and Den Williams colored The accident occurred two miles i from Oakvtllo where the men had excavated gravel beneath an overhang Ing bank This gave way and the four victims wore smothered before assistance could reach them The CitizenA- x IHDWENDENT FAIIILT NIWSMTOI PnblUbea every ThnmUy at Berta Ky JAMES M RACER Editor end PublierI- UUSCIUPT10N HATES FATiBLI 1H ADTAKCE One Jr 1109 nix M Threw mouths tend moae b Post ofae Money Ordrr Ex Monty Order Check Draft RegUUre4 Letter or one and two cent sump Th Ilt slur your name shows lo wbtt late oar lubicrlpllon li paid If If Is not named within three weks after sendUg us ont notify ui nbsciibers wishing Tae ClTlHM stopped must notify ui at the expiration ot their iub ll arr we libel builder tnat they wlib It oooinuedw Motif Uewtoneofeanyehanretnyoured lriTlDbolh old sod pew sddrewes- MlMlnC Numbers dat to wrappers coming iff In the malls or otherwise W mp lied If w are aotlBe- dAtn Wantecl In every locality VfrtU lor- derma Anyone sending UJ tour nw yearly rabKrlpUons will real Tns Crrlla free Sot so year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room AU service Qiet class Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt jt jt Phono JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky L DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printing office a Bcnci KT Open Every Day from 9oclock t m until 4 oclock pm Dont Lie Awako At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents andevery bottle is guaranteed to give you satis faction or money refunded So why suffer 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 Power 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 Dur fog a bilious attack I took one Smal it was it did me more good thai cilomel blue mass or any other pill ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Laugdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Bores Hy Taoxx No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Meal am Board and Lodging at populr price Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Iota 8L Richmond K Williams fbett prepared tks aVn todd your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAl REPARING promptly Clean be and PriMlag a apealalty e Work guaranteed W A Williams inertia Street Dfiti r j QtLuittpariIIzt nf tI1t IilllQ- fper ttU E Nnrt11 zit n1ttl1 By MICHAEL DUGGAN President of the Ni Monil Cotton Spnntr Union mI KILLED mill help is not numerous in the south and men employed in the textile industry who have sought work in southern mills have found hat the management docs not want to pay wages which wcild induce skilled men and women from the north to go there We believe that skilled help will always be found more numerous in the north and that it will be impossible for the south to overcome this section unless skilled help is driven from the mills by the continued reduction of wages Take my trade as a cotton spinner I began when eight years old to work half time in the mills of England When a child is 13 years old in England he is allowed to work full time in the mills If the boy decides to try to learn spinning he is employed as a backboy and he remains in that capacity until 16 years old He becomes by good luckand perisistence at his trade a part spinner at 23 or 24 years of age He is then employed in looking after one machine and he is perhaps 28 or 30 years old when he becomes a full spinner There is but little chance of a stranger coming in to take the place of a backboy on his road to become a spinner in England as there would be a protest at once Most of the skilled operatives in the New England mills today arc foreigners or the descendants of foreign born opera tives The parents have assisted in teaching their children to become as skilledas thcmsclcvcs Take it in mule spinning Strangers come into a room and after they learn to piece there have been instances where they have offered themselves in New England as spinners What they can do is known by the overseers and second hands The same will required of spinners is demanded of other operatives in the cotton mills of the north The skilled operative from the old coun try docs not go into the south and I havi not heard of many of them going from New England Who has taught the southern operative to become skilled in the work I have shown how long it takes to make a good spinner and without skilled help it is no use for anyone to talk of the south heir ible to compete with the north even if the working hours are longer We can show an instance in the south where a mill manager offered a cotton Spl ner eight dollars a week and refused to allow the spinner to make mole money even if he could do the work which the overseer doubtedThe spinner offered to test his skill in handling the mule spinning frames at a higher rate of speed but the overseer said it made the opera tives sick when higher speed was tried and he refused to allow the northern spinner an opportunity to show his skill AdAue Like most other old Ittttideas which after hav tin Sfat WWV ig rooted thomsclvc deeply into the minds havAing een e an clung to through centuries by the masses then suddenly exploded and faded entirely from view so this idea namely That it is impossible to live without eating meat has also long since given place to more reasonable and modern views There are few who would volunteer the statement that they could not live without meat That they would not is quite another matter It is a wellknown fact that flesh food is il no way necessary for the sustenance of life and in the past few years we have seen many exam pIes of what we could do if we were obliged to do so The recent high prices of meat have done much to bring about this important crisis in the epoch of American meateating- To entirely discontinue the use of meat would of course bring about many marked changes It would first stop the raising of cattle for the purpose of slaughtering them it would do away with the hor rors known to exist in transportation of the animals and oblige the men now engaged in this work to seek less bloody jobs It would secondly cause the general adoption of a pure and whole some diet for it is an accepted fact that meateating is to a large extent responsible for many of the common ills with which American meat eaters arc afflicted We should find that we would hear less of gout consumptionthis error in diet and thus we might go on indefinitely enumerating such ills which to nonmeat eating races are practically unknown Rhcu matism and many diseases of the blood might thus be avoided and every year would find the race stronger and healthier than the preced ing oneMan not being a carnivorous animal as shown by the anatomical construction of his stomach and the absence of true canine teeth would find among the herbs nuts fruits and vegetables the proper proportions and kinds of food intended for him by nature No doubt necessity the mother of invention would find ways enough to prepare the varieties and combinations desired if not required by our much corrupted tastes and fancies fNonpolitical and non organijEmutto- By MARY D GOODWIN be of inestimable value President of the Woman Relief Corp of Vermont to the republic in that J its members having fought in defense of the national unity they arc pledged to true allegiance to the United States of America whichever party holds the reins of government they are pledged to aid in suppressing insurrection and treason and to insure against the dangers that may threaten in the future to instill into the minds and hearts of the rising generation the sentiments of the G A R motto Fraternity charity and loyalty Fraternity the kind feeling that binds together the boys who held aloft the stars and stripes and cherishes the memory of those who fell and are falling by the way the feeling that prompts a hearty hand grasp for him who vanquished was just as sincere in his love for the stars and bar- sCharitythat protects the disabled veteran and gives needed assistance to the widows and orphans of departed comrades Ix jalty that vows undying love for the best government under the sun uruwerviit fealty to its laws and a growing pride in Old Glory r itu4 fco fl t THE SUNDAY BILE SCHOOL Lotton In the International Series tor September 18 1DOtIs mel Reproved Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright by J M Kdson IU880N TEXT Amos 6415 Memory verses For ihun rullh the lArd unto the houw ef Israel Seek ye Me und ye hall live 6 lint Hfrk not liethcl nor enter Into Oil gal und pun not to Uecrcbeba for Ultra shall surely BO Into cnptlvlty and Bethel ahnll come to naught Seek the Lord and ye hall llvr lest Ke break out like fire In the house of Joceph- and devour It and there be none to quench It In IJethel 7 Ye who turn judgment to wormwood and leave off righteousness In the earth Beck Slim that makrth the seven clan and Orion and turnelh the shadow of dcnth Into the morning and maketh the iluy dark with night that cailcth for the waters of the lea and poureth them out upon the face of the earth The lArd la Ills name 9 That trengthenttb the spoiled against the strong so that the spoiled shall come against the fortress 10 They hate him that rxbuketh In the gate and they abhor him that speak tth uprightly Forasmuch therefore as your treading It upon the poor and ye lake from him burCens of wheat e have built house of hewn stone but ye shell not dwell In them- ey hate planted pleasant vineyards bUItI chill not drink wine of them It For know your manifold IrunsKres tune and your mighty sins they nrlUct the Just they take a bribe and they turn aside the poor In the Kale from their right Therefore the prudent shall keep hence In that time for It Is an evil time M Seek good and not nil that ye may live and so the Lord the Clod of Hosts khall be with you u ye have IS Hate the evil and love the poknIestablish judgment In the gate that the Lord God of Hosts will be unto the remnant of Joseph BCRIITIHAL SECTIONThe entire chapter should be read and It would be well to read the nine short chapters of the book ii oUOLDKX TEXT eeketheloNand- e shall IiveAtaoe 16ITIME AmOK ter pert of the reign ef Jereboum II sex Mass 11 Jonah Hosen anil Joel were ioHteinpaninruu with Amos It was a pvrtwl eonihlernbly later than that of lessons which we her bn having IlleI riUK AiiiOH home was ut a few miles south of Jerusalem but his nrkl of labor was In Israel with Itethvl asp obabe centerI- NTHODITCTOKY NOTKAmim irtod was marked by great natlocal proniterlty III Kirga 142tZT but great moral roe tupilur The look of A lac Is roudc up of a series of discount 11 lon rnlnK the iiHttor Chupn 143 IjCoRrrrnlus Judub i ia CI Concerning Isnel 25511 The nor it taken from th icurib tlsreui against laralIIn the I empliaslicd that which hUll beeu brought out in the leirons of the quarter namely 11 Gods jmtlont persistent eCort to turn Ilia people from sin IS J The certain punishment for gin and ia the equally certain reward of rip hr tolllnb68 It Individuals are to be lost and nations destroyed as the result ef sin it mutt be In spite of Gods reproof and appeal It must be In the tare of Ooda Infinite love and Ilia exceeding great mercy and saving grace During the consummate wlchcdnew of Ahaba reign God tent Ills greatest pronh t Elijah to seek to turn the hearts of th people back to God And wren tfc whole world was lost In the dar ner of Kin then It was that God tent the Light JIll Son Into the world to liGht every soil back to Him Evidence of Gods loveTh robulics and warning which God sent to lib pen pie through the prophets wanono strong evidence of Gods love and faithfulness Rev 319 Heb 12C True love does not condone or overlook sin but on the con trary it reveals and rebukes It that It may be put away The proof of Gods love to man Is thet He condemned stn and provided deliverance In Chrlxt proof of mans love to God U that ThtIceives Gods rebuke and obeys Gods ReproofGod was rebuke Israel because Ill waa the ll knowing God lie knew all about the Idolatrous and Iniquitous practices at Bethel and Dan and and Ilecr corjruptlonvs 7 1012 Man may sin and bide It from the eyes and knowledge of men but he cannot to do with God Ps 95 Jer 1617 3219 Prov 521 Job 3421 hatred3ndenounce evil h 10 the oppression of the poor the extortion the luxury v 11 the Judicial corruption v 12 12 lie was the AllPowerful God 1189 Jle who rebuked Israel was the Creator the Ruler of day and night the Giver of sunshine and rain bringing life and lu1 rightIJousbInd It there la not the power to exp cute Judgment The God who rebukes Is the God who Is able to punish 31 lie was the GractousGod No matterhov aeekIsmv 15 Where sin abounded grace did much more I1bountlRom 520 Ps AppealInsverses of the lesson He pleads with Israel to seek slim and promising abundant blslng If they would He was the Warning and Avenging God Note vs 5 11 The punishment that Is to fall la captivity and the con suming fire of war pestilence and fam inc TIle only way of escape was to seek the Lord LIre could be had In soother way Rams Horn Arrow Points Hope is to the heart what the eye la to the hand The tree that will not yield fruit must be used for fuel The devils traps are never set In the middle of Gods road The prisoner la no nearer liberty be cause his cage Is glided The host doors to enter are those that open with a push Insteadof a pull Swallowing diamonds has been the cause of much spiritual Indigestion Christ takes the sting from death hilt Ua Cots not take the poison from sin STAND UP AND SAY YOUR SAY slave you terlshed an opinion hidden drop from human lowThat would help a fallen brother If a fallen brother know Are you tearful lest a cynic world may not lire things your way lie bravo and manly brother stand up and eay your say Do you think that mm have stolen the right of other men Thai wrong ls now triumphant Heard the evil In lIa don Dont let the carper atop youstetid up for right today You may not see morrowand up and say your say Do you think the liquor tram In a curse upon the earth That It pouiMirlim nation und trampr things of worth Some day you mean to say It but you Sal ly and dewy Come to the front my brotherstand up and say your any Do you love the pure and holy thought that Christ lies taught the world Do you stand a friend to truth and right whenever It is Olin Do you Intend to do your part Doat walt tilt you are liMn There never was a needier timestand up and say your say National Advocate DISTILLER AND HIS SON Incident Which Proved That Destiny- of Latter Rested with Father More Than Anyone Else In the first year of my ministry there occurred an Incident within the bounds of my congregation which a half century had failed to efface from my memory Alan early day the cause of temperance was gradually spreading Its Influent through our country and we thought It well to organise a temperance society In ONt community In my coanrsgallon there was a gentleman 31 years of age of more than ordinary Intelligence and business activity U ww delrabfr that he should Join out new society and lid my tit to bring hint to that ixMut but without success On one occasion when trying to persuade him to connect himself with the temperance move 011 coIJSOtent he Mid to me I never sip ct toe a member of a lomiwrnitra Htdety tad yet I rejoice at their cxlitsnto not jn my own account but bur tiet sake of that boy pointing in his nun of four fearaMWhen he baa grown to manhood he will pro under Uetlet Influence than thote which have surrounded his lather He will have temperance men for his companions drinking usages will then huva ctunid I replied In most serlone 101111MMr 5 whatever effect temperance so- iletlct may have on the community at large one thins Is certain which Is that the destiny of jour little son Is In your hands mete tan all the others that such U your influence on that boy that It may well be expected that his future will be shaped by you more than by the whole outside world- I regret that my words were too prophetic In about two years after the above Interview I was called to bury that dear boy lie was burned to death Ills father had a small distillery on his farm One evening while engaged In removing some applebrandy from the receiver Into a cask the boy standing by with lighted candle the liquor was Ignited an explosion followed and both father and son were covered with lames Tho father was taken to his bed and slowly recovered after weeks of guttering Dut where was the Ion who was to live and grow up under the happy in fluence of a temperance community Where was he On the day of the funeral at I entered the chamber of th suffering father he turned his face to the wall and raising his wounded hand Fs It to Ihtin my sad look exclaimed In agony Oh I know what you are going to saysC B In Presbyterian Total Abstinent In a Will Qn the 15th of June here was fled for prpbule the will of Mr Robert Hall Now York city This will directed that for the years after his death his children shouU abstain from use of all liquors and should not frequent saloons or places where liquors were sold under penalty of being disinherited He leaves an estate worth 140000 which was divided among his widow and five children the shares of the children being based on the above condition Pssacena Cal a nolicense city of 16 population had only 38 arrests last year Stockton a city of 11000 with meaty of talooni bad 1074 arrests IBOYSlEtrtUe CourtIi The rffcrls of cigarette uiilns by young buys would bo a startling rvvalaUan to ninny of their tnotberii they understood the alarming proportlorw to which It has grown Jn this country- A maglstrato In Harlrnv co nt NIV York made the followingetgnificartt declaration the other day Yesterday had before me jp bey prisoners Thirtythree of them word confirmed cigarette smokers Today from a reliable source haw made the grcwsomc discovery thattwo of the large est cigarette manufacturers In this country soak their product In awrak solution of opium The fact that out of the 85 prUoners smoked cigarettes might seem to Indi cate come direct connection between cigarettes and crime And when It Is announced on author ity that most cigarettes are doped with opium this connection Is not hard to understand The cigarette In to young boys very much like what whisky Is tb grown men If It does not directly cause crime It ul leant accompanies it In nine eases out often It must be universally adnffttetl that the majority of young boys addicted to clgarnttts are generally regarded fld bad boys It Is an addiction that does rot ally Itself with the high vlrtow of manly youth It leads to bad asX H lions and bad environments Hi nnnt be a strange boy Indeed who can dent filaI J what It firds upon Even nun tobaeon j bus the wine effect The growing boy who lets tokflclo and opium get a hold upon hb tvum Ui never long In rorolsg tinder the dart nation of whisky too Tobacco is the boys fas et gad matt 4lrrct road to whisky When OfllfJiN 18 added the young mans ehanew ot resisting the combined fortes sad cafilvlag phyMral mental and moral ham hr IIlIm dead It Is a deadly mMn4tlB la III There are few If ally CAM In which It Is sot n cr tlr IM hnjrwftsl Stomach and carves sad will power wcnhf o l for life Is the comsBcn rtwilt even though the haliiU finally kt ata- atiredClereknd rue- DRUNKARDS SONS Bad Showing for the Offspring of Thoie Who Are Addicted to Strong Drink Of the 420 boys fotomltted to tile In dustrial rhoul at Lancaster 0 during tae jst year 190 or nearly ocotklri of the whole hall Utcmperat UlbMii iJ Mrs hM Intemperate moth f Of toboys without either father or mother there were SI sad tlf thou with father ewer there were M while B kad IoM a mother anti 19 Vrfpw ooUtlnt of r parent There Is food I aMwUtt re- Antteta In thae cases cltod Thfarft nt HJmile eatttr It appeals whkk seadu- a buy to tile bad quicker than an lImIprate father Tide tort of purcnt worse than none at all according to the stnttetles Tho record of the konplult atyJaair prisons reformatories all show that the man who indulges la liquor rs anit tuIbe a father The rtrUkerteklUroa are rarwxl with i rental taints whirh crap out In insanity Imbecility rice anil came liven tkotigb a line ot good an iwtry and the opposing power of purity In the mother shield the chlMrra of n drinking father from the worst of bit traits the cvll Influence of the drunkard in the home yet mars the mMtorptecp The boys suit girls of drunhen father or mother KO to the bad in appallingly large proportions The worst of the drinking habit Is Its t cumulative effect The father may bey cause his father and mother were tern perato be stile to drink with Impunity apparently but his son has a greater 1lhfthey fall easy tlmIUolhellqu lhabltIAmerican Issue i I TEMPERANCE XAOrSIInebriety has been called a toxic di J Ccnerallon the treatment of which vfh depend on ftwertalnloctbo cauteMaim removing them These may vary ande iIcomprise widely different Conditions Journal of Inebriety An aniltreating movement Is malIleg considerable headway In Quebec Members of the league pledge themselves to accept from nor to offer to others Intoxicating ifqttUrs in a any public barbotel or club National AdvocateA York magistrate says bat In 30 years there will be no statesmen lelt in the United States If the use of cigar ettes continues This may be putting It pretty strong and yet a police magi trate would appear to be In a position to form an accurate opinion Cleve land Papers Qede beer was the favorite beverage In Egypt 6000 years ago The lees ion of the town la lot but the Inscrip ions on the tombs describe the kinds and qualities used and the process of making Qede was the Milwaukee of that old civilization which has vanished Journal of Inebriety Dr B B Thorn says of the alcohol In beer It is a narcotic and cumulative In KB effects For Instance mer curlals are cumulative A dose of one sixteenth or one thirtysecond of a grain would have no appreciable effect on the system but a number of these administered consecutively would soon produce salivation aid other destructive results So been accumulates Ita effevU IB the system r HINtS FOR FARM BUILDERS now to Put a Durable Foundation tin der Structures Put Up Some Seasons Before Tbe Illustration bowl an excellent plan lor putting a tight foundation under a barn or other structure that Is already built This Is usually a dint cult matter particularly the building is close to the ground Foundation should extend down below frost tine Dha trench t close to the born as shown and then under tho barn to re quired distance to accommodate width MAKING A FOUNDATION of foundation Exactly under edge of building at bottom of wide trench drive stakes and put down a rough board w as shown In cut Kill II behind board with loose stones II putting on other boards and adding more tones until Ihty stand level with the surface of the round The trcnrh outside the barn Is now filled In with earth packing down rolldly L ave old boards where they are Flat stones n can now bo put In above the ground and cemented Some time It Is found rmiro convenient to place thrne stones before filling in out ride IrencbA D Brewer In Farm and Homo WASTE MUST BE STOPPED Many Fanners Full Because They Do Not Practice Any Rational Sys tem of FertilizinG On tile average tho American farmer wattos earn year more than enough to keep hb family KnormiMis wattes are RUin on In many ways but the greatest one II the waste of farmfertility Preserve what fertility Is already In the soil and put more In It It may bo that some farmers do not know tho value of manure as tome are giving It away In order to Jet It out of the way Other nro burning the strawstacks Instead of ulng the straw for bedding which would Increase the value of the manure I know this tram obicrvntlon Farmers waste much of the value of manure by putting It In piles In the barnyard nnd letting It take tho weather for months If the yard happens to be near a creek or pond a groat part of the fertility finds Its way Into It and probably onehalf of Itll value Is lost I think that If some of our farmer could vlilt among the rural population of Germany and note tholr methods for raving manure roost of them would take a loon home with thorn Moat of th Gorman farmers are tueeetiful and their tuecew seems to bo due to tbe care ful saving and applying of fertility Why cannot wo stop tbli wasto by raving and applying all tho manure by Keeping more Ilvo stock by cultivating our toll properly and retaining the ele ments of fertility nnd by studying the subject and applying tho thoughts rained We mutt flop this waste If we want our land to be kept In a high Mate of fertility K J Waterstrlpe In Farm and Fireside GIVE THE BOYS POULTRY On Way of Inducing Children to WorW Contentedly and nap pily on th Old Farm I As usual there II loud complaint from farmer that the children brought up on thet farn are getting uneuv and want to try their wing elsewhere This Is not to bo wondered at when these young people hear aud read of what Is going on In the world The monotony of country Ufa teems unbearable to them especially when from the farm they obtain only plenty of hard work the food they eat and the clothes the wear True one may say that II about all anyone geti out of life but If we can plan some way by which the young people ran make a ttart for themselves they will bo much inorA contented Tho indlanapolls News thinks that poultry offers a way of trying out the feeling of the young folks at imall ex pcnto Give thom a chance to raise poultry nnd hue the proceeds for their own use and In a year or two they will have become reconciled to country Ute and bo willing to make It their future or they will have shown their utter lack of adaptability for It In which care the best thing for them and for the parent is to let them leave the farm and take up the work for which they are better fitted but dont lose your grasp on the young people without first giving them a chance to do for themselves OB tin farm and show what Is In them New B JB djr for Insects The tact that the odor of moth balls Is extremely repugnant to bouse Insects has suggested to some Ingenious mind the use of this remedy against outdoor pests A New York farmer who was much annbyed by the ravages of striped beetles on cucumbers employed moth balls with suth success that his neighbor are Imitating him He placed clam shell hollow aide up In the center of the hilt with about live balls In each shell This might bs Ui d with otbir Injurlooi losecta BIG MONEY IN ASPARAGUS Demand for This Vegetable la In creailng Steadily and the Mar ket Holds Qoofl Most farmers would think 46 an acr for manure would be an extravagant outlay of money But down In New Jer sey they spend that much for stable manure at flCO a ton and consider It a good Investment Naturally they ao nut raise corn or wheat or oats on that sort of soil They raise asparagus and get from 500 to JC40 per acre returns from It Experiments from fourdlfferentkli s of fertilizer show that stable manure brings tho largest return Tho differ ent fertilizers used were follows Manure 545 per acre complete fertil izer 11293 complete fertilizer bone and potash f1829 complete fertilizers bono and potash and nitrate of coda 12191 There Is a constantly Increasing de mand for asparagus the market holds Rood and likely to for years yet hun drexle of farmers who own Rood land near lUKe cities go on year after year raIl ing corn oat and other crop which yield them a bare living Asparagus Is a sure crop a sure sale and always profitable Tbe loll should be plowed In the tall and subfoiled then turn double fur row tie feet apart and place the roots live Inches tlow the turfare Strew about onehalf tho fertilizer In the bet torn of the furrow mix It with the soil and place the remainder on top after tbe roots are planted Mant re ran be applied after tho plants hue started to grow with Rood advantage Place tbe roots about 30 Inches apart In the rows Before the growth starts In the spring work the ground thoroughly with disc and harrow and then cover tbe row lightly with the single cultivator shovel set to throw dirt outward Cul tivate every ten days thereafter and keep tho soil In tine condition If bleached asparagus Is deilred throw a ridge of soil over tho row as soon at growth is started and rut as soon as tbe shoot show through this rldpe s length of six or seven Inches If fcreen asparagus Is wanted cover with only about three Inches of soil and rut the shooll four or the Inches From 2C M 30 euttlngs per flar ran be taken from n good alpnragui bed The roll reqnlroi plenty of manure every rearon Clin ton M Shultz In Farmers Voice NEW STRAWBERRY CULTURE Commonly Accepted Report Ha It That Good Crops navel Been Raised in Barrels Tho method of strawberry culture shown In the Illustration has been IIUo ceMful and profitable Tight Iron bound barrels are ured with all but tour of the hoops removed Hole are bored through tho staves at proper distances STIIAWIIBUIUUS IN UAHHKU- as shown plants are set In there holes and the barrels tilled with toll to the top The average yield of berries Is over onohalf bushel per barrel The greatest advantages claimed for this method are that no mulch or cultiva tion U necessary that the berries ore always clean and frco from tnd and are far more readily picked than when grown In the usual way A tile Is placed In the center of the barrel as It Is filled with soil This permits ao even dis tribution of water from top to bottom an abundance of whlcn should bt sup plied at all times Plants Which Oo to Sleep Some plants go to sleep every night Tbe well known scnrHlve plant or mimosa In daylight opens Its fragile leave which are hard at work eating absorbing the carbonic add of the air Into plant load At night the mimosa Iceps and digest what It has eaten and the leaves fold up double against each other the stem droops and the leaf Is limp and apparently dead Sim liar to this Is another plant found as a weed all over the country east of the nock mountains known as the partridgepea or largeflowered sens tlvepea The leaves are not eo sensi live to the touch but close quickly if the stem Is cut This Is not trouble some weed Putting Away Sweet Potatoes In reply to a query concerning how to put away tweet potatoes to keep for winter use In the tint place dig before froit Dry and lay them away Line a hot or barrel well with paper and put In a layer of potatoes about tour deep and then a layer of paper enough to make a load division and loon until the box full Put them where you want them for winter and keep the room warm not below freeze Ingot any time and 40 to 70 degrees ls better Keep In a dry place and you can have sweet potatoes until bar vest provided you dont tat them Charles B Williams U Ohio Faaw THE ONLY MAN AT A SUMMER nESORT July WIm glad I came It was a little awkward at first but I never waa a haMiful boy and we have the custom of name of the swelleet dames In town at our store I Will a little lesry about that at the start off I didnt know but that I might drift against somebody who was next to my Incognltp But I Kueis Id be safe at that with the Jubi lant tog Im sporting now I think I leer little Willie with a blue striped mercerized shirt cut decollctte and a pearlgray outing suit at the silk coun ter His whlskcrettes would curl up and die right there Well Im on to the tone of sasslety anyway and if Miss Creeswell doesnt ask me any more automobile and golf conundrums I think Ill get away with the bluff all right Am I up agalnm a downy proposition Eight live girls and no male competition at alt July 211t didnt take long to get acquainted with the rest of tbe bunch I wan doing the polite to the Creea well damsels when a till black eyed peach with her sleeve rolled up as It she meant buslnesM butts In Say She was up and coming She didnt make any bones about It but asked tit tie Crewoy If she didnt think there was enough of me to go around Cree sey wasnt any too pleased to have her corner broke but there wasnt any way out of It and she had to give tbe tall girl her Introduction to me Then the others cstuo stringing along In a casual sort of way and got In on the game I put up a swing for them this afternoon They all stood around and youd have thought I was giving the swelltst exhibition of lofty tumbling that ever happened I heard one say In a loud whisper Oh dont you think hes so graceful and agile I EUOSH Ive got one or two of them pretty badly struck already One a- tema dizzy blonde name of Miss Van voort gave me the soulfulcst scared gazelle look out of her limpid azure orbs when I dumb down She pressed her hand to her heart Ob she says I was soo afraid you were going to tall Thank goodness youre safe Jretty fleree wasnt It Well I swung em for the best part of an hour and then they turned In and fanned me while lay hack on the porch against a wad of cushions Oh momma f snagged my trousers climbing that blamed tree July 221m having the time of my lire If Belle could see me now maybe she would catch on to the opportunity shes going to miss Belles all right but Im afraid she wont do It takes the high steppers to appreciate my points I got off In the basky woods with Miss nail pIe this morning Thats the blackeyed one She nays I may rail her Gertrude If I like when the others arent around She has been to Kurope and she says she likes Ameri can men best She gave me a look as much aa to say Specially you Thn trouble Is that the boards higher than I expected to pay Bight even was the bent I could do Ill have to be called to town on important business at the end of tho week If that Creeswell Klrl doesnt quit togging me around Ill I had to turn down one or two of em today Theres a quiet little thlng Elfle Keorln Shes no hustler but she sits off to ono side and Ive caught her looking at mo once or twice I think Its a case Shes a good deal of a looker tooIJuly 23Not much time to write to night Had a dato with the blonde In the morning but just as It was getting Interesting Gert and Mnbel Castleton butted In She says I have such ex quisite taste In dreg and white be comes me so I dont see how I can wear those ducks tomorrow though 8he Dorothea Vandervoort tied my necktie for me and well It was just then Gert and Mabel came around the bend Klostle Baupel proposed for us to walk down to th pier head her ant- IDlfand see the moon rise on the wa ter I told her I hadnt time I had to show her she hadnt got any strings on me I guess Dorothea Is going to be the one to win me July 24Tbe river drive didnt come off We went for a walk and climbed Mount Plsgah I gave little Erne a show this time She pretty near fell down two or three times would have I guess If I hadnt caught her Shes a little peach too If any one should ask you I gave Mabel Castle ton the cold shake this evening and made a sneak around to the corner of the piazza and sat down Its all right but there getting so they come too thltK I gave Erne the wink as I passed and wo held hands In the gloam ing She gave me a great song and dance about poetry Later on Doro thea came along She asked me if I had seen the river at moonrlse and after a while I went with hun The other one didnt seem quite up to my mark anyway Wo sat down on the pier head and I saldSpoalng I wasnt really rich anyway do you think youd like mo just as well And right then there was a giggle and we looked over and saw Creesey and Mabel In one of the boats below I dont care I be lieve Ill take little Dorothea Shes dead gone on me gotIndudes Miss Keerlns brother and some of nil chums I havent had a lookIn since When I comes up to the porch this noon one of the girls hollered Cash and they all wiggled Beyond that I simply wasnt on earth They didnt know me to speak to I under atand they are having a dance on the porch tonight I am not there I am H tbe boat Chicago Dilly New Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive profitlook aa well aa tke relit ol your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a now set of Buggy or Carriage Ear new from Our Large Stock at astonitbiogly reasonable price However if you decide to make your old bar neen do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cent much T J MOBEELY Main St Richmond Ky Skin Diseases Eczema Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are Instautly relieved and quickly cured by the free use of Para camph U kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the skin healthy and smooth S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor htaith I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I 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 Berea College Foundod 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL t Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky HO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Couries For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Cource Four years fitting for College for business and lor life College Couries Literary Scientific Classical leading to Bacculuur ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christina education Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must als pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maIl brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregntioa alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFOBSUTION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky 4 Madison County Roller Mills IIIIoIeoIIIIIiIe Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON la another Excellent Flours W W W W i Potts 8 rsonrI Sutloo Ky DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tile S 100 bolt cola i 2i limes tha trial i4ie which sellllor emu MirAIID THS Or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Scholarships TOE CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms of one young man and one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison Owsley Pulaski and Rockcnstle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who take TOIl CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st This should bo filled out with Ibe names aud addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you whli scholarships to be given These ballots when received at TOE CITIZEN office count ono each for the young man and young woman whoso names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to TOE CITIZEN will re ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 mouths ro votes for each 3 mouths 25 votes for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TOE CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College which will save each one from 800 to 1400 in cash The only expense to which they will bo put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other Jlrslclast school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or any 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 jud aa good as anybody START NOW Cut this out fill la with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of the recent I vote for Mr action of the Kentucky Leg Mature Berea College canof poslpffice county as the most popular youngman receive no colored students the coming year therefore this offer is open onllIInd for Miss to white contestant of poatoffica cou1 u the noil popular young woman THE CITIZEN 3hfiI111i +H r r 11 III I I H I H I 11 I I I 11 I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A OF SOURCES LrrH =IIII+1 IIttI1t Tutor niul Mrs C D Lowfa wero in liichmond Thursday Miss Bessie Hays spent Sunday with relatives in Dreyfus Rev It B Neale of Orayson is visiting Keren friends Miss Susie C Witt will leave the 30th for Washington D C Miss Amy Smith of Ibox Va is visiting for a few days in Berea Mrs Leon Lewis loft for Cincinnati the Olh to attend her brothers funeralMrs 13 IL Yocum and family have rented a little porno in Mayfield Calif which will bo their address for the present Mr and Mrs J L Mundof Paris Ky and Miss Lillie Witt of Parsons Knns are visiting Mr and Mrs T C Witt of Kingston Miss Susie Witt of Kingston en tertained a mutter of friends Thurs day evening in honor of her guest Miss Lillie Witt of Parsons Kansas Sargent Fee Derthick infant son of II J Derthickand wife fell asleep in Jesus Friday the Oth instat3 50 oclock p nt Ho never recovered from the measles which attacked him last May being ever since a constant sufferer The little Ixxly was inter red in the Hazel Green cemetery on Saturday after a short funeral ser vice at the home by the writer haul he lived till January ho would Lace been two years old but God knows hest and he is not for He has taken him unto himself There In no flock however watched and tended Hut one 1Ituliamb Is there There Is no tinMile howwxser defended Hut has one vacant chair With silence only as their benediction Godt angel come Where In the shadow of great nflllctlon The Soul slta dumb Yet would what every heart aliprovcth Our Fathers will Calling to him the dear ones whom he lovctb ii merry still WM II CORD Professor and Mrs L V Dodge returned on Friday last from a mouths trip in the East embracing the G A H Encampment at Boston They saw a number of H rsons known at Berea At Deer Isle Me they visited Mrs IL Southworth and Misses Alice H Southworth and Anna B Jenks Mrs Julia S Hunting who is now a teacher at Northfiold Mass and her daughter Helen they found at Williamsvillo Vt on a summer outing They visited Miss Katherine Gilbert for twentyeight years a teacher in Berea at her home in Mass They report a delightfulvisit at the home of Dr and Mrs G A Burgess Foster R I Dr Burgess preaches regularly e to a church at Pawtucket R I At N Y City they spent tho Sabbath with Prof E G Dodge and wife who wero spending a few weeks there before returning to Urbana 0 They visited tho familof Alumnus and Trustee J R Rogers at Brooklyn N Y meeting Rev F JTan Horn known at Berea At Manas sas Vn they found on a visit at the home of his father Joseph II Dodge- a student in 180304 for some time President of a Business College Taewell Vn They also saw something of tho very succesful work done in Manassas Industrial School by W C Taylor of Bereas class of 87 Fon SALE Good Milch Cow C C Rhodus uIFull supply school hooks at WELCHS 10 per cent less than trio list price charged by others HIHHHHMHIHIHIIIH t College Items j HERE AND THERE HHHIIIIHIHIHMHlli Mrs 0 J Colton and daughter Alice of Galesburg Illare visiting in BereaMr C Pitman of London wino Monday to enter his two sons in JJoggs is teaching at Road Run Clay Co His postotlice is Sex tons Creek Miss Mary E Welsh who has been in Europe the past year return ed Monday to take up her work as instructor in tho College Miss Alice Bunnan returned Wed lIes ay frown Jackson Mich They will live in Iho Castlo this year Hon Guy Ward Mallon of Cin cinuati a trustee of tho College came Monday night to bo present at the openingof tho fall term F S Black having passed a sat isfactory examination in May was in Julyappointed as clerk in tho Chicago Ill city p08toflico Mr Black has resigned his position as sujwrin ton ont of the Calhoun Kycolored schools Berea Students Send Greetings- to the Colored Students of Last Year Resolutions Adopted In Chapel by U nanlmous Rising Vote Sept 14 1904 The students of Berea College at the opening of tho now term send greeting to the colored students who are this year debarred from tho privileges of tho Institution Frienila and Fellowstudents As we meet for the first time under now conditions to enjoy the great advantages of Boren College we think at once of you who are now deprived of these privileges Our sense of justice shows us that others hero the same rights as our selves mid tho teachings of Christ lead us to remember then that are in bonds as Ixuind with them We realize that you art excluded from tho classrooms of Berea Col lege which we so highly prize byno fault of your own and that this hardship is a part of n long line of de privations under which you live Because you were horn in a race long oppressed and largely untaught and undeveloped heartless people feel store free to do you wrong and thoughtless people meet your at tempts at self iuytrocennent with indifference or scorn Even good jMiiple sometimes fear to recognize your worth or take your part in a neigh Ixirly way Incause of the violence of the prejudices around us We are glad that we have known you or known about you and that we know you are rising above all discouragements and showing a capacity nllda character that give promise for your people We lOn fidently expect to hear of your suc- ceSs at Fisk University Hampton or other schools and that you will help to vindicate the reputation of your jxxple in the eyes even of those who desire to see no manly or womanly qualities in tho Negro race We know that you can compel increasing respect by your modesty industry skill honesty truthfulness midn Godfearing and God ttusting life In cultivating these qualities and teaching them among your people you will engaged in as noble mitt heroic a work as that of any patriot who ever toiled and suffered for his iwoples good And you will always have our friendship and the friendship of tho best people throughout the world Wo hope never to be afraid or ashamed to show our ap proval of any colored person who has the character and worth of most of tho colored students of Berea Wo are glad that time College is providing funds to assist you in continuing your education and we are sure tho Institution will find ways in which to do its full duty by the colored race We know that you have as much right to its caro and help as wo have and wo shall cheerfully give up a part of our own ad vantages if necessary in order that the colored people may have their just share Paul Morton The new secretary of the navy department Paul Morton of Chicago was born In Detroit Mich In 1837 while his mother was on a visit to that city She returned shortly after his birth to the fatuity homo in Nebraska where Paul was brought up When he was sixteen his tattler the late J Sterling Morton afterward secretary of agri culture under President Cleveland put him In n railway olllcc In 185XJ he was chosen titled vice president of the AtchISon Topeka and Bantu Ko rail road nnd two years later was advanced to the position of second vice president r ryI RUSSIAN CRUISER The Boilers of the Lena on Inspection Found in Need of Repairs REPORT SENT TO WASHINGTON It is Thought She Will Bo Dismantled and Remain at San Franck co Until War Ends It Was Decided by the President That the State and Navy Depart Ment Should Deal With the Unusual Case San Francisco Sept 14 Acting under instruction from Collector of the Port Stratton Capt J 1C Bulger United States Inspector of hulls and boilers Tuesday inspected tho bottom of the Russian transport Lena It it understood that ho found them In need of repairs and recommended that the commandbr of the vessel bo given time enough to put them In seaworthy condition Collector Stratton imme diately reported to Washington the ob servations of tho inspector giving them his official approval Doth tho Russian and Japanese consuls hold consultations Tuesday with Collector Stratton but nothing of what transpired has been given out Tho collector has forwarded to Washington full reports of what he has done in the matter The impression prevails among those best Informed that the Lena will be dismantled and rentals hero until the end of the war Washington Sept HTho development of the day so far as it related to the Russian cruiser Lena at San Francisco was tho clearing up of thi- onlcial muddle arising out of tho doubt as to which of live departments of tho government should deal with it It was finally decided by the president that the state and navy department should treat tho case acting jointly a decision calculated greatly to situ putty Its handling Over night camo a telegram from Adtu Goodrich at San Francisco showing that on his own initiative he had caused one of his expert officers to make a preliminary examination of tho Lena that temporary repairs would occupy six weeks time and that now boilers would Involve eight months delay Tho president approved the admirals action and decided that ho should continuo to handle tho cast In Son Francisco under instructions from tho state and navy departments This involved a further expert examination of the ship Tho Russian government did not object at least tho Russian consul at San Francisco gave that understanding and within a day or two with the assistance of ex pert mechanics from tho Union Iron Works Adm Goodrich will bo ablo to report more closely on the repairs The admiral also adopted tho pro caution of guarding tho Lena with his own vessels a course also aprovcd by the department Agreeablo to the presidents instructions Acting Secretary Adeo for the stato department and Capt Plllsbury for tho navy department had two conferences during tho day and the result was tho prepa ration of instruction to Adm Good richIt was stated Tuesday night that up to 1 oclock there had beon received no further statement on behalf of tho Russian officials Indicating tho naturo of tho request they would make regarding repairs to tho boilers of the vessel The matter probably Is now under consideration by tho Russian government From tho very naturo of the case an early decision In the matter Is Imperative and will bo in sisted on by our government At both tbo state and navy departments the statement was made Tuesday night that there had been no developments since the close of office hours PREPARING FOR COLD WEATHER Five Hundred Indian Blanket Pus chased for Filipinos at St Louis St Louis Sept 14A purchase of Indian blankets was made Tues day by tho management of tho Philip pine government exhibition at tho Worlds Fair Mindful of tho present cool weather tho officials took this measure aa a precautionary step toward tho cold to which the Filipinos aro unaccustomed and unprepared Ono of the features of the Worlds Fair Is tho scarcity of wearing apparel worn by tho Islanders and the loosely constructed huts In which they live International Geographical Congress Now York Sept 14 Nearly 300 men and women wero In attendance at the opening session of tho eighth In ternational Geographic congress Now York the sessions of which began on Tuesday at the house of tho American Geographical society hero Enckca Periodic Comet Harvard College Obsorvatory Cam bridge Mass Sept UA cablegram was received at the Harvard collego observatory stating that Prof Knopff of Kocnlgstuhl Germany had succeeded In finding Enckos periodic comet although It Is very faint Severe Drought In Europe Boston Sept 14A report to tho American board from Rev J 8 Porter Its missionary In Schetnmol Do onus states that tho wholo wart of Europe particularly Bohemia and Moravia is suffering from a store fought 1J4q JAPANS PROTEST Objects to the Russian Cruiser Remaining at San Francisco Longer Than 24 Hours THE VESSEL ARRIVED ON SUNDAY The Collector of Customs Has Notified the State Department at Wash ington of Japans Demands Ship Will Have Been In Port More Than 24 Hours Before Question of Right to Tie Up for Repairs Is Determined Washington Sept 13Tho expect ed protest of Japan against allowing tho Russian auxiliary cruiser Louis which arrived at San Francisco Sun day to remain longer than 24 hours- cattle Monday when tho Japanese consul In that city through the collector of customs made urinal demand that tho vessel be required to leave at the end of that time- The collectors telegram officially no tifying tho authorities of the arrival of the Lena and of Japans protest was addressed to tho secretary of tho treas ury who at once sent copies to Acting Secretary of State Moo and Acting Secretary Murray of the department of commerce and labor who has direct Jurisdiction In tho matter Tho tele grant reads as follows Japanese consul has made demand upon tno that Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena arriving at this port 11th In slant leave within 24 hours The cap tarn reports that ho has entered fur repairs of engines and boilers princi pally the latter I am requesting the Inspector of ladle and boilers to stake nn examination of vessels machinery with tho consent of time Russian con sill and tha commander of the Lena Can land no authority In the law or regulations for tho collector assuming any authority and request Instructions Acting Secretary Murray sent the following dispatch to the collector Your telegram addressed to secre tary treasury concerning Russian steamship Lena received at 440 p m You should have addressed this de partment ns directed In circular 29 Wire this department hour of steamers arrival at your port and con clso resume of steamboat Inspectors report and If repairs are necessary tho probable time required to com plato them On receipt of particulars the department will instruct your fur therThe circular referred to was Issued on February 13 of tho present year that If hostilities between Russia and Japan commenced and besides con taming the presidents proclamation and the provisions of tho statutes relating to neutrality gave Instructions to collectors that should any caso arise requiring official action you will communicate the facts to tho depart ment by telegraph Tho collectors telegram came after office hours and tho officials worn somewhat puzzled that titers was so much delay in sending it There was a good deal of reticence on tho sub- Ject on the part of officials of the dq partment of commerce and labor and tho bureau of navigation who pro ferred to await tho report of the steamboat inspector before making any statement This report It Is ex pected will bo received some time during tho night so that the Lena will have been in port over 24 hours be toro the question of her right to tie up for repairs Is determined Mr Takahlra tho Japanese minister returned here Monday night from d brief visit to Now York and retired as soon as he reached tho legation Ills courso here regarding the Russian ship at San Francisco will depend al together on the state departments nc Lion but It can be stated that the mIn- Ister has overT confidence that this government will act promptly and In strict accordance with international lawSan Francisco Sept 13In an In terview Monday with Navigating om cer Specknoff of tho auxiliary cruiser Lena bo was asked how long he would saidI from our naval who has lust been advised of our arrival It Is probable that ho will ask tho Amer can Eovernment for its permission to remove the guns from our decks and allow tho vessel to remain hero until the repairs can bo finished When asked how long he thought that would require ho said The Lena will probably remain hero until tho war is over We ox pect that tho officers and crow wit be sent home by the way of Now tho deck wero between 200 and 300 pallors An Inspection of the decks of tho converted cruiser to which no objection was rondo revealed the fact that she had 26 mounted gunsINorthwestern Korea London Sept 13Tho Dally Malls correspondent with tho Japanese re teats from Tien Tsln the report that Lieut Gen Llnovltcb with COOOO men Invaded Northeastern Korea and cut Gen Kurokls communication with Fen Wang Cheng A Quest of the President Oyster Bay Sept 13 Senator Chas W Fairbanks of Indiana republican candidate for vice president was a guest Monday night of President Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill Ho ar rived from New York Monday even ing r M Wo STOCKYARDS RIOT Savage Attacks Were Made Upon the NonUnion Meat Work ers Employed There SEVERAL WERE SERIOUSLY HURT Two Women Dragged From Street Car Knocked Down and Badly Beaten licfore Police Arrived A Woman In Another Car Was Struck In the Mouth With a Brick and All Her Front Teeth Were Knocked Out Chicago Sept 13 Savaga attacks Hero made upon nonunion workers nt tho stockyards Monday night and In the fights that followed 8 people were Injured four of thorn severely that It was necustmry to take these to tuna pitals At HnlHtod and Root streets two young women Annie Cook and Mantle Jasper wore dragged front n street cur iHiunded over tho head knocked down and badly beaten before the police arrived Miss Cook was severely cut In tho face her shoulder was Injured and she was taken to tho hospital Miss Jasper was struck with a brick anti her face and forehead were badly cut It was found necessary to take her also to tho hospital Three policemen rescued tho women front tho mob but it refused to ills perpo nnd continued to throw stones A westbound car which happened to pass during tho trouble was struck by several of tho missies and two of the passengers were struck Ono wom an was hit In tho mouth with a brick and all of her front teeth wero knock ed out Anton Ashutra a driver for n brewery tried to drive through tho crowd anti was hit In the back of tho head with a brick and knocked trout his wagon Ills scalp was badly cut A call for help had boon sent in and officers soon arrived whereupon tho crowd soon scattered Ten minutes after tho officers re turned to tho station they wont called out to suppress n second riot In which seven colored men employed In the stockyards wore attacked by a largo crowd of strlko sympathizers I once men went to the assistance of the col ored men and made n strung fight against the crowd One of tho Negroes was chased Into an alloy whoro ho was knockout down kicked and badly bruised A number of the crowd were hurt by tiring stones ROW ON A TRAIN To Men Were Killed and Two Se riously Injured Jacksonville Fla Sept 13 During a row on nn excursion train on tho Georgia Southern Florida railway between whlto men Jackson Duncan was killed and his brother Marshall Duncan was dangerously wounded Both men lived at Eddy a station just south of tho GeorgiaFlorida lino Jim Rley a Negro was killed by a stray bullet ho not being mixed In tho row Monday W M Duncan father of the Duncan boys was shot four times as a result of time row on tho train Ho resides at Baxter Flo six miles from EddyAtlanta Ga Sept 13A special from Cordale Ga says a party of about friends aro standing guard with loaded Winchesters around a houso in Baxter Baker county Flan which aro Charles Altman and bury Altmnn two men who are ac cjised of killing a Negro and a white nan on an excursion train near that place Sunday night These friends of tie Altmans say that the sheriff or military will take time men over dead Lodges Time two men killed wero Jnckson Duncan a young white man ant Jim Riley a Negro William Dun can the father of tuo man who was killed was shot from ambush four times Monday It Is not known who did tho shooting It Is retorted that a military company from Jacksonville has been ordered to tho sceno Tho exact cause of the trouble on the train Is not known Brewery Workmens Convention Indianapolis Ind Sept 13All Relegates to tho International Conven Lion of Brewery Workmen now In ses aloe In this city wero seated Monday when tho credentials committee made Its report There aro about 2GO In attendance Steam Engineers Convention Omaha Sept 13Tho eighth an nual convention of tho International Union of Steam Engineers began at Washington hall Monday About ICQ degelates are present from all parts of the United States and Canada Business Houses Burned Idaho Falls Idaho Sept 13Al most overy business block in this city woo wiped out by fire that started In tho Butte cafe and which burned for seven hours Tho loss will reach 300000 with small Insurance Burglars Were Frightened Away Lincoln Nob Sept 13 Burgiara blov the safo In tho state bank of Palmyra at Palmyra early Monday but wero frightened away before se curing any booty Bloodhounds have been sent from Lincoln American Roentgen Rays Society- St Louis Sept13JTho American Roentgen Rays society now In session hero Monday elected Dr ClmMca Les ter Leonard Philadelphia as presi dent and Dr L E Cugter Dayton 0 tulUaln i 4 A Closo Shavo Often causes B burning stinging eon sation makes the face rod and soro Iarocamph will rolievn such troubles instantly Keeps tho faco smooth and healthy and pravunta iutlnmiuatlon Moral Use ParRcnmpli alter shaving S E Welch Jrl Druggist Sanitation tn the HOB Lot There aro n few fundamental facts to be remembered In under to avuld losses by reason of the presence of bog cholera or swine plague In tho herd The drat Is that theoo me spiilllc germ illtunHt1 dtHuemluntiil by bacteria and the contagion cnnnot IH spread trout one nnlmul to another or twist one herd to another expect by them minute or RnnlmiiH They may lw carried In s multitude of Ways by the hogs them selves on the clothing of persons on vehicles in toil by dugs birds cud other itnlmaU or by streams The brooding or feed of a lung cunnot rniua either disease although bad methods f may weaken time constitution sod l vitality that tho animal become IUON I suHcvptlble than would utherwU be tho anise BexTind IbnuiteM iuititnl by bactirtu may bo prevented In largo part by thorough dlsLuectlon Third bacteria ore generally preserved In tilth nod therefore scrupulous rleunll nous will KO tar towanl preventing out breaks of disease In herds of huge Mothers Dont Suffer With Neuralgia IthmituntiMii Paint in the Buck etc Parnramph relieves stud cUrt mich niltnontii Innana it opens tho induct sweating and draws out all fever and intUm mntlon It poothtw it cools it cures Kwp a Itttlln in your homes ouIneed it nwy lay S Is11slcb Druggist TKKTIIIKA Mil name Implies U ue l by rtrty tnullirr wt f To stir runtuUUiiK lust smuts un tt lure Ircttilug lime lritltu to taw n For Ni use aVonnitingsud the weak irritable Stomach of rhllilrnn nothing NiunU Dr MolMf TKKTHINV Toothing Iovvdora It Aids Diges tion stud itegulntfvt the Bowels FOR SALE GOOD MILCH COW UClthodus U rea Kr tf 18 BUILDING LOTS in Horen IM longing to the Joint U Fee potato Special imliicfiiiont la purchaser of entire tract JJ Bicknull horns Ky FOR RENT AN s HOOM HOUSK on Center Strut loot well garden and barn Call on or write to J J Bun aman Itorca Ky tf A Boys Wild Rldo For LlroIWith tastily around expecting him to die and n son riding for mil IH r miles to gut Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of LotWlV ill 1 lad nnllllnl deaths agonic from asthmn but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He wrUlIIIII now nlerp soundly every tight Like mntvelous euros of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Cough Colds and Grip prove its matchloMi merit for all Throat and Lung troubles GuarnnUxnl bottles Hc and TI00 Trial bottles true at Hast End Drug Co Humor any Philosophy Br DUNCAN H SMITH Copyright by Duncan M Smith WAITING bIthin my modrut little den lit wall hopes tlutt by by Burn maiden mYCllte- With step presently appear re- Quest lint year In fancy can hear her step In dreams behold her form Im afraid that this IWtlt meld comes heart to storm tla the one that would pick To tForhave forever near Ah what comfort the man bashful coy maidens sweet may at his feet LIlY hearts without alloy And and tender of love May whisper ear Aa she will do who wool For Isnt this leap year But hark hear gentle tread clicking at the gate The cast she cornea at last Be calm my heart andwall Whats that you anyT The laun dry girl Who says must advance email amount on that ae alone and My are high and at ntla unit downcast To enter and my ha ml For this leap Il not Who my nut I a to Who U and That soft tales In his comes to I a A die Is I A I I ountI my sweet = WIr aa Y FRIGHT FUr DISASTER A Column of Jnps Blown Up by a Russian Mine Japanese Rifles Leg and Arm Went Hurtling Through the Air and the Hillldis Were Strewn With the Dead Cronntadti Sept 12The Dnltla nest under command of Vice Adiu Rojnetvcnsky sailed Sunday after noon Tho destination of tho fleet nine battleships four cruisers and several torpedo boats la the far east Chto Foo Sept tA Japanese col umn numbering approximately 700 nips while marching along at night on a rond In the valley botwoon Long and Davlson Hilt met n fright rIll disaster through tho explosion of an electric land rain on September Tho mlno was carefully laid by tho lnbll throo weeks ago It covered JtJtll a mllo ot nvallablo marching The explosive was placed at the bottom Rocks wore placed next and on top of those clay was packed carifiilly that tho ground Rave tho mpMHtlon dfrnot having born dis turbed Tho Indications of Japanese activity In this vicinity put the Rus clans on guard Near midnight tho oittpotU rushed In antI reported that the Japanese were approaching The Russians withheld their flro fur somo tlmr Suddenly thoy throw n search lUht up tho valley Tho Jnpanono uponrd with a rifle ore Tho Russians walled until apparently the whole Japanese column was In tho flange zone Thon tho mlno was exploded Thn forte of tho explosion knodnl a numb r of Russians down and tho night of Japanese rlfltw water bottles iege and arms hurtling through the llgtitotl itpaco made by n searchlight was an awful spectacle Some rncka landed Inside the Russian lines Thorn was one appalling moment during whkti the garrison Itself was stunned then a dpathllko alienee The search Sight coldly lighted up the road and 7inleidra strewn with dead The follow- Ing dYtho Russians burled the dead hut owing to their dismembered and mutllatixl condition the Russians were unablo acouratnly to ostlmato the lumber of killed A few Japanese raped St PetersburgSept 0llaidee the formation of two fresh army corps ai the first answer to the Japantfio spccej at Llao Yang tlto Russian Briny at the front will bo reorganised probably In tho fonn of two armies In command of Gen Llncvllch and 5n heron Kaulbara respectively with Gen Kuropatkln na commander Inrhlrf Gun KautbarH will go out with the two army corps now organize Ing In tho government of noun Odea Vllna and Kiel The work of burying tho load wits lft to the Japanese but tin task was almost Impossible Tho awful rains hue handicapped tho work of crema lion on which the Japanese rolled and only In shallow trenches burials were possible under tho clrcuniRfancvjn Not groalllltrfrom a sanitary point of view tho storms undoing It soon after It Is ac com pitched Toklo Sept lAn approximation of thr Japanese casualties In the battle otithree Japanese armies was concludes Sunday It cot era the lighting from August Z6 and shows that the killed and wounded amount to 17539 men divided as follows In the right army under the com iiand of Gen Kurokl 48G6 men In the renter army under the command of itll Nodzu 1992 men and In time left army under the command of Gen Okll 7081 men These casualties lit elude 13C offlccra killed and 4GI officers wounded Tho fart that the army un 4cr ifi Oku sustained tho heaviest losses accounted for by Its assaults upon the Russian defenses to the south ot Mao Yang- ToiPgraphtc report received hero Sunday from tho headquarters ot tho Manchurian army declare the Japanese to be In full possession of tho Yangtat coal mines and estimate tho Russian loss to tho fall ot Llao Yang at over 26000 men The catenate ot losses does not Include those suffered by tin Russian In tho rear guard actions fought utter tho evacuation of Llao Yonr tCbofoo Sept 12A Chinese omcqr who left Port Arthur the night ot September arrived hero Sunday nnd re ports that Japanese troops to tho num bar of COOO control Louisa bay Ho P says tho Japanese aro making use ot a balloon which ho describes na a cigar shaped affair with a car suspended and Fays that a fat foreigner wear ing a mustache runs tho balloon I The Japanese entrenchment line time ilillls In every direction anti reinforce ments nro constantly arriving from Port Pain Tho Japanese hospitals at Port Dalny are filled with wounded and transports nro engaged In remov- Ing Ihe wounded to Japan as fast ns possible Viceroy Alexleff Resigns London Sept 12A dispatch to Renters Telegram Co from St Pe tersburg says It In said that Vlcoroy Alexlrff In view of tho paramont mill tary exigencies In tho far cast has placed His resignation In the hands of the emperor Russian Transport Arrives San Francisco Sept 12Tho nits slnn transport Lona Capt Borllnsky put into this port Sunday for repairs The Lena Is 31 days from Vladivostok She has a crow of 497 men anti 31 of ficers nod carries 23 guns L t A Days Doings in Kentucky NEW THEATER OPENED It la on the Site of the Music Hall Louisville Ky Louisville Ky Sept 1The now Hopkins theater situated on tho slto of the Music hall tho scene of the fa mous Goebel convention opoped Its doors Sunday night The theater which has the largest seating capacity t any lit Loulsvlllo was built In strict ponformlty with tho city ordinances regulating tho construction of thee era A wall of masonry 21 Inches thick and extending four feet abovo the roof of tie building separates tho houso proper from tho stage which ban bo Instantly cut ort by an asbes tos curtain In addition to nmplo are apparatus thoro Is an immense spray over tho stago for emergency use Thoro aro numberous exits on tho hrco floors all operated by ono nice true button nnd are escapes six feet In width extend from tho upper floors Entirely to tho ground Tho dynamos which d porn to the exit lights form a pepnrato plant as tho city ordinance requires that these lights burn con tinuously MOTHER CAME FROM MASS She Was Horrified to Find Her Baby Burned to Death Ijulsvlllo Ky Sept 12 Charles cold the four yeanold son of Charles W Null of 2101 West Walnut street wax burned to death Sunday morning while attempting to reach a mntchxnfo on Cite wall by climbing upon a gas range Mrs Nold had gone to mass and Mr Nold who was dressing In nn adjoining room was attracted by tho cries of the child Ho nishud Into tho kitchen and saw the little boy standing upon tho range n nuns ot flames He lifted tho child to the hoer nail with his hands tore away tho burning clothes Tho brave effort of tho father to SRO his tom was un availing for tho flame had dono tholr work before he heard the screams CANTRILLS HOME ROOBED Valuables Stolen by a Servant It Is Alleged Georgetown Ky Sept Iltobort Shropshire colored employed for the past 17 years as carriage driver for tho family of Judge James K Cantrill was arrested for theft and when his home was searched tho police made a rich haul Ho had probably been robbing time palatial Cantrill home for many years Among the plunder found by tho police was almost every article imaginable front jewelry to furniture A number ot pieces ot line cut glass rare specimens of carved Ivory rich tapestries many curios from foreign lands even diamonds were among till articles recovered by the police Shrop shire was lodged In jail Stabbed to Death Lexington Ky Sept 12ln a quar rel over a crap game John Adler stabbed HIckey Woods to death Tho parties are Negroes The victim heart was cut to pieces Adler Is un der arrest About 30 minutes later as tilt result of an old grudge John Sllkman used a razor with serious re suits upon Leslie Stewart Business Mens Excursion Lexington Ky Sept l2The cham her of commerce special commlUeo having In charge tho buxlnoss mans excursion Into Kastorn Kentucky an nounces that 300 Lexington merchants antI business men will partici pate The citizens of Jackson have prepared a burgoo and barbecue Fruit Trees Are Dying Covlnton Ky Sept 12Tho Snn Jose scale Is playing havoc with tho fruit trees of Campbell county Ap ple peach pear quince and cherry trees aro dying by tho thousands und tho only hope of tho fanners Is to do stray them all and then replant their orchards New Church Dedicated Carlisle Cy Sept 12Time new Presbyterian church building In this city was dedicated Sunday by the Rer I 8 McKlroy The building which Is a handsome Gothic brick trimmed with Bedford stone is one of time hand somest and most modern in Central Kentucky Colored Woman Fatally Stabbed CovIngton Ky Sept 12Maggie Helvey 22 colored was stabbed and perhaps fatally injured In McVeigh alley Sunday night Eugene Sanders 18 also colored is said by witnesses to have used tho knife Ho escaped and the police are searching for him Louisvilles Divorce Statistics Ixiulsvllle Ky Sept 12101115 vlllo has 1034 divorced persons Ono person In every 230 in Louisville has been divorced This ratio Is a largo one and Louisville stands tenth In tho list of cities when it comes to the number of divorced persons Second Regiment Goes to St LouIs Lexington Ky Sept 12The Soc ond regiment Kentucky state guard Col Roger IX Williams commanding left Sunday evening on a special train for St Louis to tako part In the na tlonal encampment of state troops at tho Worlds Fair Gets Two Years Mt Sterling Ky Sept 12Tho Jury In tho case ot James Freeman charged with tho murder of John Vii loughby In this city about one year ago found him guilty nnd sentenced him to two years in tho penitentiary BUTCHERS STRIKE It Has Been Oflicfally Declared Oft by President Donnelly Estimated Loss to the Men In Wages- Is About 5000000 and About 7000000 to the Packers In Loss of Business Chicago Sept DThe strike of the butcher workmen which bad been on for tho last two months was officially declared ort Thursday by President Mladic Donnelly of tho Amalgama ted Meat Cutters and Butcher Work mon of America Thursday morning Mr Donnelly conferred with the mem berg of tho national executive com mittee asking their consent to an an nouncement of the end of tho strug gle and then having received favor able answers from all ho declared that the strike of the members of his or ganization would end at midnight During tho strike approximately 5S 000 persons havo been Involved In the struggle which Is estimated to have cost limo men about 5000000 in wages ns against nn estimated loss of 7500000 to tho packers In loss of business and In Increased expenses Tho greater number of men idle In Chicago during tho strike was 26000 and the total In tho country ouUldo of this city is estimated to be about tho saute The original causa of the strike was n demand by tho butchers union that the packers pay to the unskilled work mon ISXi coots an hour The pack ors refused an agreement but offered to arbitrate tho question Chicago Sept 10 Hundreds of livestock handlers who went out on a strike appeared nt the office of Man ager Skinner of tho Union Stoclt Yards and Transit Qo Friday to apply for their old positions Ho had pre viously announced thm he would em ploy till thu old men needed Mem bers of other unions wore not so much In evidence when work was be gun at tho pocking houses Friday Must of the men did not know that the strike was oft President Donnelly has received a telegram from the last member of the International executive board ot tho butchers giving permis Sinn to call ort tho strike None of tho stock handlers wore token back being Informed that they would bo sent for when needed It Is understood that before going to work they will bo required to sign an agreement setting forth that they return as Individuals and not as an organization Tho complete surrender ot tho butcher workmen came after a dra mantle scene Tho allied trades con ference had taken tho management of tho strike practically out of tho hands of President Donnelly and wore endeavoring to continue tho strike In the hope of getting some concessions Donnelly saw that tho end could not bo averted and at onco wired all tho members ot tho national executive board of tho butcher workmens or ganization asking permission to call oft tho strjkc Ho soon received replies which warranted him calling ort tho strike and then going to the room ot tho allied trades conference ho dra matically announced that voting on tho question ot continuing tho strike would not do nny good as ho had re ceived authority and would call off the strike When Informed of tho action of tho conference board of the allied trades In formally ending tho strike Presi dent Donnelly of tho butcher work men said Although we have not won all we wont out for wo go back as an organization Both sides have learned a Icsslon Tho butchers will build up a better and n stronger organization from the experience of the past I do not believe the packers will discrimi note against the union Chicago Sept 12An probability ot complications at tho stockyards was removed Sunday when tho packing house teamsters voted to return to work Monday morning Tho otter of tho packers to take back now as many teamsters as are needed and to hire tho others as necessity demands was made known through a committee that had visited tho packers and tho props anion was accepted without opposi tlon Tho packers wero at onco notl tied that tho men would report at 9 oclock Monday VICTORY FOR THE EMPLOYERS Differences at the Republic Iron and Steel Gos Plant Adjusted Chicago Sept 12 Victory for employers was tho outcome of time dilation plan ot adjusting wago canj feronccs between the Republic t Steel Co anti Its 20000 skilled union employes at Ashtabula O Tho mem bors of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel workers employed by tho Republic Iron Steel Co were forced to submit to a reduction In wages Tho decrease In pay will be from 2 to 13 per remit The most skilled workers will suffer the great Oat reductionsINow Sept lrldayIconsidered a candidate for governor and that under no circumstances would ho concent to accept the nomlj nationIWashington Sept 9ThoPanama canal commission Thursday called for proposals for 11 steam shovels for ca nal construction nnd directed the put chase ot a large quantity of dynamite and powder CURES BLIND BY MASSAGE Canadian Professor in Paris Invents Instrument That Restores the Sight of Afflicted There Is an active brained little Ca nadian professor named Charles Dion the director of the Instltut Ophtbal mlque in Paris who is attracting some attention as the Inventor of an In strument for massaging the eye- I happen to know that he has cured several cases of myopia or short sight and In half a dozen cases be has ena bled patients who were perfectly blind to see well enough not to read but at least to walk The apparatus consists of two tubes with polished glasses which are fixed on the closed eyelids the operator reg ulatlng the pressure by a dynamome- ter What happens through thus mas saging a myopo Is the restoration ot circulation In the eyes That Is the simple feature of the Dion process I have seen scores of letters M Dion has received from delighted patients Before 1850 when a boy of 13 hn ball made a tricycle which his father kept as a curiosity for 20 years Ha was a collaborator with Edison In tho 70s In 1867 he had invented In Mon treal tho first telephone fire alarm luI a perfected form that alarm is stllll used In the Banque de France lie had a share in the discovery of the pho nographI seen documents belonging to M Dion dated March 11 1SSC It Ii his French patent for a now system of wireless telegraphy and foreshadow and In some measure anticipates the discovery of Marconi For the last ten years he bas devot ed himself to perfecting his appliance for regultlng defective eyesight He tells mo he Is shortly going over to London where he hopes to demon strate the value of his apparatus one of the eye hospitals PREDICTS JAPANS DEFEAT Paris Astrologer Who Foretold Faures Tragic Death Makes Another Prophecy The great Parisian astrologer M Van kl who predicted the tragic death of President Faure two months before Its occurrence Las again published his astrological predictions regarding the issue of the UussoJapanese war lie Lays Given the longitude of SL Petersburg and of Toklo the capitals ot the belligerent states given the difference In time and the successive aspects ot the plan ets Mars Saturn and the Moon which are malevolent and ot Jupiter and of the sun favorable stars the conflict ap pears to be uncertain from March until the middle of July After a set period the fortunes of Russia will surpass those of Japan Jupiter Saturn and Mars unite in protecting the triumph of Rus eta In August The astrologer adds that he has learned through his observations that Russia will be prevented from profiting by her victories through foreign Inter ference and that defeated Japan will bo torn with Internal dissensions and bloody revolutions Arrested for Saving Money Andrew Repetto of Genoa Italy who lately returned from California where he spent 14 years was arrested simply because it was found that he had in his possession 10000 which ho claims he saved in America Investigation by the authorities resulted In his release Not Pleasant Certainly Tho Paris Gualols says that the great est Insult one can offer to a native ot Indo China Is to cut oft his bead When you come to think ot It calmly remarks the Washington Post you can hardly blame the native under the circum stances MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 10 CATTLE Common J3 25 4 00 Heavy steers C 10 e 5 40 CALVKS Extra 7 25 IIOGSCh packers 05 6 15 Mixed packers 5 75 g 00 SIlEEPIExtra 3 25 LAMBS Extra 5 85 0 00 FLOUR Spring pnt 00 0 25 WHEAT No 2 red 1 11 1 13 No 3 winter 1 03 CORN No 2 mixed 56 OATSNo 2 mixed 33V4 RyENo2 p 78 HAY Ch timothy 12 00 PORK Mess 13 35 6714BUrrEItCbChoice creamery 01 21 APPLESChoice 1 50 d 1 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 40 1 50 TOBACCO Now 5 25 7J12 25 Old 4 75 14 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 60 5 00 WHEAT No 2 red 1 11 M No 3 spring 102 113 CORN No 2 mixed G2o OATS No 2 mixed 31ot 31t- JRyENo2 nHf 72 PORK Moss 10 95 G11 00 LARD Steam 7 00 Q 7 02yj New York FLOURWin strts 4 95 0 5 25 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 13iA CORN No 1 mixed Gf 59 OATSNo 2 mixed 31 35yj PORK Family 015 50 LARDSteam G 7 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 i 1 053 CORNNo2 mixed tip 52 OATSNo 2 mixed m 41 CATTLE Steers 6 25 tp 5 50 HOGS Western Gf 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red m 10J CORN No 2 mixed Q 56 OATS No 2 mixed tD 43 LARD Steam G 7 0- 01Oltliliege tfl3 Indianapolis WHRAT No 2 red 1 03 Gt 1 09 CORNNo2 mixed p 52 OATS No 2 mixed p31m SONG OF SOCKS AND SHOES The little pink pits have been roonn around Rooting around all night Though I warned them they must lumber sound Till the blink of the morningltght I warned them well at the owner I gowned And snuggled them warm and tight But though I told them they mustnt peep out The little pink pigs have been rootin about- I warned them one nnd I warned them ten So now they must go In the sock and shoe pen Tho pen of the sock and shoe First the sock and then the shoe Its nearly eight oclock Lock the little pigs In the sock Shoo tho little pIgs In the shoe bear the llttlo pigs In tho pen The pen of the shoo and sock The little pink pigs with a wiggle and dive All under the gown they run While the owner watches me coax and drive And giggles a gale at the fun And squeals tui I swoop on u drove of tin And capture the the In one Ob the little plak pigs have been rooting about Though I warned them woll they mustnt peep out So I capture tin and I capture ten And drive them Into the soek and shoe pen The pen of the sock and shoe First the sock and then tho shoe and then the shoe and sock Lock the little pigs In the sock Shoo the little pigs In tho shoe Den the little pigs la the pen Its almost eight oclock Edmund Vance Cooke in Youths Com panion ANOTHER AMUSING PUZZLE Row to MAke a Fragile Pendulum Which Will Prove a Surprise to All Who Sea It You know of course that If you fill a tumbler or goblet to the brim or a little above the brim for you can pile up the water a little bit by pouring very carefully and then press a largo card down tightly pn the top of the filled glass with one hand grasp the glass with the other and turn It upside down you can take away the hand that holds the card without spilling a drop of water The card will stick to the edge of the glass as If It were glued there and It will holdup the glassful of water You know too that It Is the pressure of the air that supports the card and tho water The air presses upward on the lower face of the card with a force ot 15 pounds for every square Inch of surface and as the top of the glass measures five or six square Inches there will be a pressure of 75 or 90 pounds to hold up the card and water which weigh only about half a pound It Is only the size of the mouth of the glass not the size of the whole card that counts because on the outside part of the card the air presses up and down with equal force and so has no effect Now as the force of the air is many times stronger than Is needed to lift the water suppose we make It lift some thing else In addition say the heavy do this press the card on the full glass us before but Instead of inverting the glass life up the card by two opposite corners If you are very careful and tho card Is very stiff you may succeed In lift ing glass water and all In this way but the card Is apt to bend and let in a little air somewhere which of course spoils the trick Here Is a better plan Make a little hole in the middle of the card pass a cord through the hole GLASS LIFTED BY THE AIR make a knot on the end of the string close to the card and stop the hole tightly with a drop of scaling wax Now If you puss the card on tho glass of water carefully you can lift the whole affair by the cord and If you fasten the other end of the cord to a hook the curl pendulum will swing a long time If you cautiously set It going It Is best to rub a little grease on the rim ot the glass to make It fit the card perfectly and adhere slightly and It ia advisable to experiment with a cheap glass In a place where water may be tpltled without damage Chicago Inter OMan Kettles Made of Thin Paper Kettles made ot thin paper are used by Japanese soldiers When needed for boiling It Is filled with water and then water U poured over It It Is hung over the lire and in tan minutes theater is boiling The kettle can o used eight or ten times and the cost of it is about two cents Nests Lighted by Electricity The baya or weaverbird of India has the curious habit of fastening firs flies to its nest with moist clay On n lark night such a neat shlneu with the brilliancy of a small electric lamp ADVENTURE OF LADY GRAY Pet Cat Intent on Securing a Tast of Rabbit Falls Into a Pall of Water This story would have never bees written if Tom Jones had not gone hunting the week before Thanksglvlni and shot two rabbrti They were sleek and fat and so large that Tommy was very proud of them After they had been hunggup time to dress them While they dangled from the ratters along came Lady Gray Lady Gray was not as you might think a grownup lady nor was she a dear little girl but she was a dlglnfled old Maltese pussy agegwhen Lady Gray was just a kitten bub bling over with fun and mischief the family called her Kitty Katt Afterward when the blue eyes turned to topaz and she left off playing with FELL INTO TILE WATER strings and settled down to mouse catching they one and all decided that it would never do to call such a staid old cat such a kittenish name So Myrtle named her Lady Gray As she grew in size and strength It seemed to fit her perfectly She had beautiful fur of soft silver maltese with a tiny bow of white under her chin and a touch of It on one slender paw SIll was very proud of these marks and took great care to keep them spotlessly whiteLady Gray considered the shed her special property There was a hole cut through the wall so that shu might come and go when she pleased and her basket and saucer were always kept In this room When she strolled In after Tommy went out she spied the rabbits the very first thing Ho ho she thought so Tommy has been hunting has he I wondered where he was going when I saw him go through the corn field He frightened away tho gopher I was watching and never so much as said he was sorry How would he like to have somebody scare away his game when he had It al most caught Lady Gray was an honest cat She was proud of the fact and so were all the family They often left her alone In the kitchen within easy reach ot the most delicious smelling dishes and abe never once bad touched them But now she was hungry and disappointed over the loss of her gopher She looked wistfully at the rabbits They are very fat she thought 1 wonder If Myrtle will save some for me Rabbit stews are very good so are rabbits raw She moved a step nearer and licked her chops It is a long jump I never could make It There Is nothing to cling to but the rabbits themselves If I fell I should hurt my head Sniff sniff she came a little nearer and a little nearer until she stood he neath them Then she gathered herlltha body together just as If she were going to pounce on a mouse and jumped She caught the bodies of the rabbits with her sharp claws and there she hung swing ing back and forth for all the world like a canary in a cago Before ahe had time to take so much as a bite the door opened and there stood Myrtle Why Lady Gray she said I thought you were an honest pussy Poor Lady Gray was so ashamed sha did not know what to do She wished she could crawl away under the barn and hide Without ever looking to Isse where she was going to land she jumped and went head first Into a pall of water She was a sorry sight when she scrambled out Tiny rivulets of water dripped from her pretty fur coat and she shivered with the cold How she did wish she had leftthose rabbits alone When Myrtle saw how cold she was she stopped laughing and took her Into the kitchen Then she rubbed her until her fur was quite dry But not until many weeks afterward could she be In duced to go Into the shed and she never has touched a rabbit since If Tommy hangs them within reach she pretends not to see them Pearl Howard Camp bell In Chicago RecordHerald Plea for the Old Sheep Small Harry was saying his prayers at his mothers knee and she was helping him out with a few sugges tions Bless and take care of the littie lambs of the flock she said Now Harry knew that he was IncludeJ among the lambs and he reasoned that his parents should not be forgot ten Bless and take care of the lit tie lambs of tho flock he repeated then added And Lord I guess you had better keep on eye on tho old sheep too- Russiatr earCows Glasses Otter 40000 cattle In Russia wear spectacles They are of smokecolored glass and are used to prevent snow blindness Through the snow of the plains tufts of grass force their way and on these the cattle feed Ttu glare of the sun on the snow cattsoa blindness and to protect the animals the spectacles have beta fitted UVN their eyes 41H I M Hi I +11111 II I I I I 11 I I I I 11+111 I I I t II Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published unless ilcced in toll by the writer The name U not for publication but as an eridence ot rood faith Write plainly I II I HoJII11 I r II I II I+IvJ I I +11 II I I I VHIIIlHH CLAY COUNTYC- HESTNUTBURO Sept 5 Messrs E Chestnut J and Kobert Clark and Miss Mnttio Clark attended the show at London Dr R G Webb of Bright Shade visited relatives hero a few days ago Isaac CliPsnut and son Thoo ago at homo from OneidaDr J M Morris and family of Burning Springs visited at Edmond Chcsnutn this week John F Dean and Blev ins Allen wore hero lost week School hero is progressing nicely un der the management of Miss Susie Louise McLeudon of Oneida Some excitement was caused last Saturday when Jim Helton of Burning Springs attempted to arrest a man who gave his name as Ingram In gram drew a revolver and took to tho woods and has not been seen since Clark Chesnut visited his grandparents this weekThe teachers association at Piney Grove last Saturday Aug 27 was a success Misses Cora and Emma Chesnutand brothers Theo and Elisha attend ed the association at Rock Springs BRIGHT SHADE Sept 6Revs Smallwood and Hubbard preached Sunday at the Mill Creek ChurchG R Webb visited M II Fredrick Sunday Taylor Wagers went to Otter Creek SundayJoo Martin teacher at Indian Grove Branch visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Sept 10 Marlom Smith of Knox Co is visiting heroMrs Dora Manning is visiting her parents at Pineville KyW M Grubb returned from the Barboursvillo fair Born to Charlie Smallwood and wife n fine girl Gilbert Cottengin of Goose Rock visited hero yesterday Mrs Willis Smith is still sick JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Sept HThero is much sickness in this vicinityMrs Tersa Wil liams died the Oth and was buried in the family cemetery Wednesday G M Parsons has been in McKee the past weekRe Eli Ball n former minister hero now living in Indiana has been preaching in this vicinity for the past two weeks Allen Lynch died at his home Wed nesday morning at the ago of 05 Ho was a veteran of the great Rebel lionJohn Gray of Station Camp visited G M Parsons last week Harvey Parsons of Lancaster is visiting hereThere will a box supper at the Sparks schoolhouse Saturday night Sept 17th Every body invitedBewford Collins of Wagersville was in Drip Rock Sun dayCash Russel left Sunday for Nicholasvillo Abraham Coffey and wife visited on Peachtree Mountain SundaySallio Wells of Wagers yule was hero Saturday and Sunday Rev Parsons failed to fill his reg ular appointment Saturday and SlIIlIla George Johnson of Moores Creek who is teaching at Blauton Flat was hero Sunday SAND GAP Sept I2Mrs Margaret Day is t stiller illWill Lakes and wife visited Jacob Hcllard Saturday and SundayJolut Marcnm of Birch Lick took dinner with J W Hcllard Sunday Mrs Nancy Murcum visited Mrs Margaret Day Sunday Aunt Gincy Morris is on the sick listJim A Hurst is no letter James Marcum has gone to Rich mond Miss Bettie Morris visited Jobie Lakes Sunday Mrs Hulda Marcum of Birch Lick visited J W Hellard SundayMrs Juno Hellard visited her son Frank Sun duyBill Smith and Miss Lisoy Seabrati took dinner with Misses Sarah and Jinnio Brockman Sunday Leonard Morris of McKee visited his brother John Morris Sunday MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Miss Ida Marshall of Chicago is visiting her mother Mrs Sepia Mar shallof East Fourth street Miss Beasio Strawdor has returned from a visit to Indiamallolisandresumed her i duty as teacher in the East End school Tho enrollment for the colored city schools was over ono weekIheld Monday morning at his home in East EndMiss Nannie Wood re turned from the St Louis Exposition Marshall Perry died Saturday at his home on the Fleming pike Georgo Strawder and wife of Law rence Creek spent Sunday hero Miss Julia Young is teaching at Germantown t OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Sept 8Wm Bccknoll is working for tho 0 K Lumber CoTho Old Baptist Association WaR hold at Rock Springs on August 27 28 and 20 The Teachers Association for Island Creek and Sturgeon pro I cincts will bo held at Walnut Grove Saturday September 17Rey Jonathan Allen of Ethel Ky died Sept 0James Hammond of Beat September7Athe United States nrmyA N passedthroughT A Becknell contemplate spending winter in the Black Mountains BOONEVILLE Sept nEd Campbell of South Boonevillo is visiting his mother in Perry CoArch Piggnnd family of London are visiting hereW J Wilden is in the city buying fall and winter goods for R W Becknclls store at this place Bill is a faithful servant and has Tilled the position of salesman in this store with entire satisfaction now for more than five yearsE E Hogg is attending the September term of the Jackson Co Circuit Court and John C Evorsole Septemherconvenes hero next Monday Sept 10 with a heavier criminal docket than we have had for years andmore cases to answer before the Grand Jury of a criminal nature than for many earsEd Reynolds who has been dangerously ill for last two months is far on the way to recov ery James M Sebastian is confined to his room with a carbuncle on his painfrontsonic da sThe good people of our little town was thrown into great excitement on yesterday morning when news reached this place that Steppboforestantly killed Sam HullROn of Widow Hall and only about 17 years of age Your correspondent is not in possession of the facts and circumstances that brought about time homi cide but tis said that she will plead an accidental killing which may be correct but murder in Owsley Co is becoming too frequent and the acci dental theory a little to common of late ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE Sept lOBorn to Mr and Mrs bahy1nriona well at his home near Climax Mo- ndayMiss Nora Owens of Dispu tanta visited Miss Minnie Waddle Tuesday Mrs Henry Abnoy is im proving Mr and Mrs J S Waddle are visiting at Ford and Winchester 3racie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Richardson is very sick Tho protracted meeting at Macedonia closed Monday night with seven additions Messrs James Dougher ty and Dalton Waddlo were in Richmond MondayLIVINGSTON Sept 2J W Baker was in Corbin Monday Georgo Nichols went to Skoges Creek Sunday Clarence Durham of Crniio Ky has typhoid feverW M Nichols is visiting his brother at Lebanon Junction Tho Baptists of Rock castle Association met hero September 0Bono Adams and wife went to see Mrs H J Mullins of Mullins Station who is very sickMrs W typhoidfeverJas from Brodhead and willsoon bo able to go back to his work with the New Livingston Coal CoHarry McGee has bought n lot across the river and is going to build n nice residence soon Collio timid Cloll Mullins were down from Mullins Station Sunday to see their sister Mrs W B Sig mon BOONE Sept 13Rm L R Rowletto of Disputants filled his appointment nt Fairview church Saturday and Sun dayMrs Maggio Thomson and children of Ohio are visiting her mother Rev J W Lambert went to Berea Saturday Mary Singleton who has been visiting friends at Orlando returned Saturday lIar rison Lambert of Leo County is visiting relatives hareMrs Annio Poyntor is sickJ II Lambert is preparing a now store house nt Gap Switch Rev and Mrs J W Lambert visited Mr and Mrs J Martin at Snider Switch Sunday MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Sept 5 Charley and Willie Rogers left hero Sunday for Indianapo lis IndianaG A Ballard shipped a carload of hogs from Paint Lick Saturday Will Todd sold a nico pair of mules for four hundred dol lara lost week Reuben Wilmot amid spontSaturlaw Pal Rogers G rider Wallace is improving slowly Several iwoplo from hero attended tho show at Richmond last week THE CITIZEN II 4o Our Popular Scholarship Contest f +Tan CITIZENS offer of Tree Tuition in Beren College for two terms to be given to the two most popular young people in each of tho eight sur passAsLee County Rockcattlo County Mary Farlor12oo Rachel IIibberd500Cl-ay Combs 050 E B Thompson 500 Floyd Lucas 500 John 1cFerrou103i-i McGuiro 400 Fannie McClure 100 Stella Thompson 200 Mollio Carter100Madi- son CountyJliuuie Nicely JOt Bessio 1XIfnaClaude DeBaun 075 Jackson County Wallace Adams 000 W L Begloy 2J00 Tommie Baker 375 Susie Watson 12X Pearl Gay 300 Laura Hatfield 860 Maggie Lowen 275 Samuel Davis noo- CI HjOIc 100IIu1 101hT E Burchvi 0I Ettlli Count 10GMary Collins 400 Inro8 Garnett Powell 7X Owslsy County Thedn Noland 6X Nora Wilson 850 Nora McGeo 100 Snowden Reynolds 000 J H Richardson 2X Garfield Camplxll 450 Katie Winkler 2X Mary flay450 D B Alumbaugh 2X Flora Pendorgrnss 201 Robert L Coylo 102 Burgoyne Ruttier 110 Martha Logndon 101 Nettie Treadwny 110 Sallie Wilson 101 BJ Pondergrass 101 Nolan Cox JOO Jeanette Gabbard 100 Jonas Coldwell 100 Read THE CITIZEN advertisement on page 5 DUEL WITH SHOTGUNSI One Man Fatally Wounded and His Assailant Shot In the Side Columbia Miss Sept HIn a duel with shotguns about eight miles from this city Tuesday ROY E M Young hanse aged 40 years shot John liar rls 38 years old In the stomach and tho life of the latter Is despaired orI Rev Younghanw received a charge of shot In his side but Is not seriously Injured Tho cause of tho shooting Is unknown Both parties aro widely known Rev Younglmnso Is dotalned at the jail In this cityINational Laundrymens Association Kansas City Sept HThe next an LaunldrymensPhiladelphia Carl Thornton of Youngstown 0 was elected secretary and Charles E McKeen of Terry Haute Ind executive committeeman Winery Plant Destroyed by Fire Sacramento Ca Sept HThe No toma vineyard winery 1C miles north east of this city on tho American river together with the fermenting plant and distillery were burned to tho ground The Natoraa winery was one of the largest In tho stato Won the Cup Preliminary Now York Sept 14 Africander last years Suburban handicap winner Tuesday won tho cup preliminary ono and a half miles at Brighton Beach He was quoted at tho good price of 20 to 1 but had to bo hard ridden at tho end to win Want Uniformity In the Law Washington Sept HThe oxecu tlvo council of the American Federa tion of Labor decided to recommend to the San Francisco convention of tho federation that Central Labor unions of tho different cities adopt essentially uniform laws An Italian Police Staff New York Sept HTo curb and Investigate crime In tho Italian dis trict of Now York Police Commission er McAdoo announced tho establish ment of an Italian police staff under tho direction of Detcctlvo Sergeant PetrosinL n SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work bend fur free sample SCOTT k HOWNlt Chemists M7413 Pearl sweet New Yakyuc sndIae l III druggist u IFEUDISTS QUARRELED In the Battle Which Took Place In a Churchyard OwlnRsrlllo Ky Sept HNewl- cached here Tuesday that at Webb hurch house on Calls fork Elliott county the Wnltcs and Crablrco fee Ion of mountain feudists on ono side tad tho Daniel and Holbrook faction an tho other fought a pitched battle with Winchester rifles and revolvers John Daniel It is said was shot through the mouth and instantly killed Charles Holbrook was totally Injured None of tho Crabtree nor Waltes was badly hurt though several wore wounded Both factions were nt tending church when a quarrel aroro theIhurchand trees both sides opened lire Over 50 shots were tired by tho 12 dozen men who are said to have engaged In tho fight Tho men who took part escaped Into tho mountains and are reported to have barricaded themselves A battlo will occur If officers try to take them- FATALITIES NEAR SOMERSET Two Dead From Wounds Inflicted In the Heat of Arguments Somerset Ky Sept HIt was reported hero Tuesday night that two fa tal shooting affrays occurred In this county Tuesday Iho first one reported Is from the south end of this county where heat Vanover was killed by a man said to be Ed Hughos It Is said that Vanover attempted to collect some money from Hughes During a dispute that niece Vcnovcr It Is alleged attempted to otfcault Hughes with a heavy mallet but was shot with a doublebarreled shotgun Hughes has given himself up to the authorities Tho other fa Irllly occurred at Poplar where Hcidln hatter was killed by a man said to bo Johnson Elliott A HEROIC YOUTH Stopped a Runaway Team Hitched to a Ladder Wagon Lexington Ky Sept HCla1 Sutherland aged 19 of Paris Ky a cadet In Kentucky state college com mitted an act of almost unprecedented heroism hero Tuesday While running to a flro tho hook and ladder wagon struck an obstruction and threw tho driver to the ground The drlverlesa horses dashed on with tho wagon through the crowded streets Sutherland jumped on tho wagon and strid lag ono of tho horsos he gathered up the tines and succeeded in stopples the runaway team Woman Seriously Burned Covington Ky Sept NMrs Elslo Harlman 38 widow was pouring gaso line Into a boiler containing wash and Borne of the oil dropped onto trio stave Igniting tha can causing an ox plosion and sotting flro to her dress Her screams attracted a neighbor who tore tho clothing from her back Sho was badly burned A Killing In Floyd County Prestonburg Ky Sept 14 Thomni Riffott living on Spurlock creek this county came hero and surrendered hlmsolf and says ho shot and killed John Leo White at midnight lUffelt says White was trying to enter his house and would not speak or make himself known when ho fired and kill ed him The Day Law Attacked Covington Ky Sept HIn a poll tlon filed in tho United States circuit court the trustees of Boron college nt tacked tho constitutionality of tho Day law which was passed at tho last session of tho general assembly This ace problblts the coeducation of whlto children MJ Negroes Carriage Satisfaction HereI InrrmgpN iuvmiably give We and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky 1 Breath of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of HcartjDiscase NotwlthntnnclmjT what many phrto tans say heart dlOMIIe ron be cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure lea pfr manrntly restore to health many thousands who hail found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing phjrilclans- U lisa proved Itself unique In the bla tory of medicine by helm w uniformly uccctuful In curing those dlveanei Nearly always one of the first liens of trouble U shortness of breath Wheth er It come nl a result of walking or running up stain or of other exercises If tho heart le unable to met thin extra demand upon II pumping power there U something wrong with It The very bent thing you man do la to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will co to the foundation of the trou ble and make n permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves know that Dr Allies New heart Cure is n great remedy Ior a number of year un rrd from shortness of breath nmotherlng simile and pain In my left side For month nt n llms I would unable to lie on my left ekle and If I lay Hat on my tack would nearly mother A friend advlnod uclng Dr Mile New Hrart Cure which I did ttltli good results began to improve nt once after taking mveral tattler of the heart lure the IlIIlnl In my Ids find other symptom vanished I am now entirely well All those dreadful smothering nm n thing of t-helat IV DllAKU MWdletown U youtheto us for Frto rll of Dr Mlle Anti Pain Pllll the New Krlrntinc Remedy for Pain Also Symptom thank Our HpccUllit will dUKnixMi your tell- you what is wrong and how to rigid It0 ree Pit MIIKS MKDICAI CO LAJJORATOIUUii KLKHAUT IND l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I on to II I I I Draught We have used It In the family for OTer two yean with bIt beat of results I line not had a doctor In the house for that of time It la a doctor In Itaelf and rellto make a sonvllle ilL this great medicine tho bowels atea tho liver and weakened kidneys DOCTOR ii necessary in tho homo where iikeptcountry miles from any nbyii llcl1lthforThedfordDlack ileadaclleadiarrhoea ailmentbecnuse Buggies RunaboutsSurries Traps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish hodyfiuRh thanNOWrepaint repair KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C My Shortness FREErite Durable Wo tiavo bought Ibo Shop Known nn the R Il Massey Moat Store on Main and will fresh meat on hnntl nil the time Come ant fIN us for fair treatment Your Undo la nolle tod hero Bros Main Strrot Tharea Ky Tim Special build Wagons make thorn the mod desirable of any on thin market 23 in running gear M2 fA cub H in running gear H5 00 cub Sold by A P Jr Depot Roves Ky i11Ii MMIUMMM 25 Percent Off For the next 30 days the Celohrat 1 ed White Mountain Refrigerators Largo Stock slot from ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main Street Richmond Ky II H III 4IIlI1IFlIIHEALTH keepbons length always wel- lsodhapprJAMIeILLLJack Because relieves stomach nilfrconstipated 1UII11nvlgoJo torpid Ito control THEDFORDSISLA DRAUGHT Phaetons Meat Street hate Durham 0- 1Tennessee wagons SETTLE Street Stomach la tho Man ITho stomach weakens the man it cnnnot transform the food ho eats into nourishment Health anti strength cannot bo restored to ahf sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough rood to food the tisauea antI revive tho tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and euros indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by East End Drug Co Farm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cano about 8 miles from Bores Cottage House Store House Barn and other outbuildings Good lout Poultry Yard Young Orchard of about 60 Bearing tree Good Garden never failing water also good spring with Hydraulic Rom supplying IIous nnd stock water Will sell cheap for cash M SEE IC Berea Ky u Subscribefor I Citizen