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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t HMMMMMMK JAMES MILTON L Editor and Publisher Knttrtd at tke PMtefflet at Btrta Ay 01 clou madmaittr 1114HII+I II114 +4+H+ VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1901 One dollar a vnr NO 14 1 IDEAS Oxx1Csolutious hlowly crystallize into paid linbitft Men Hplll into parties bocaune they wo lint in part A man who in proswd for timo t cannot afford to Ixt in a hurry AH you treat others in the day of your strength will they trout you in tho day of your weuknusH FROM THE WIDE WORLD Irinco Herbert Uimnarck in lend An unumial inllnx of Irish iniinl grants m riixntod by thu authorities at Non Vork- Strikuun at Turin Italy destroyed much projxrly nomwitatlng till Mtitliii of 2000 tnxw to asmut in their subjection Russia in her reply to tho United Slides anil Great Itritain lion agreed to Homo modification of her views on till qulwtion of contraband wear A wjimatlon has IXMMI created in Servia by thu fact that nil the Powers hilt IliiHHin havo directed their Minis terH to attend tho coronation of King Peter KkirmiithiiiK is reported IxHwecn ilnpaiHwo and HiiHHian outjxiuls near Mukden Thu next great battle in iteXIw41ttI at Mukden if tho Run hiiiim htay thorn The steamer Celtic which nailed from QmiMitttown for New York to day carried 3850 punwttitfTs tilt largmt number ever taken in ono vessel front n HritiHh prom Thu strike situation throughout limy iHtriOUII Ono JXTHOII wits kdled end several injured in a riot in Oenui and disturbances havo oc curml at Nveral other pleas IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fairfliy intimated that at least IMIJ1Iwuro on tho grounds i Several thousand men aro idle at Pullman IllnIl tho result of till cloning down of tho Pullman Cur Works for an Indefinite J1l1ritxl President Hoot and hits family will leave Oynlor Hay Thursday on the mivnl yacht Sylph for Joiwiy t City completing tho remainder of the journey to Washington by nail In thin tal tornado at Zion City Ix fort 7000 x oplo John Aloxander Dow il proclaimed himself Join Alexander First Ajxwtlo of tilt Christian Catholic Church President Kouwevelt Ian issued an under for the disarmament of tilt Uuwtiaif auxiliary cruiser Luna now in twirl at San Francisco TIlt vessel will lit taken in cURtIIof tho Initetl States naval authorities II lit will lx allowe to milk necessary remirs under salon inion ICOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Armour r Co lava sold their pro t duce houses In Wttorn Kentucky null Southern Indiana and willnbnn k dolt tilt hold cowi against Itl Callahan nut H F French for jwrjury in tho Jett r White now at Cynthiatm is now on trial at Mt Sterling Tho Hon David Pryso till first Representative in thin Kentucky leg islature from Estjll county is dent at lilt ago of seventy years Twenty thousand iwwlogs urn rot ting in thu IMH of the Kentucky river bctwoon Whiteflburg and its head waiting for n tidu to movo thou Henry E Amuling dismissed from till Oovurninont service yesterday t charges that at least half of tilt Louisvillo lettor carrion aro in duet as a result of campaign assessments cllRrJIt1hProminent educators from nil ovor tho world urn gathering at Sj Louis to participato in tho intornational congress which will OIMIII on tho Worlds Fair grounds today The program for wook is an elaborate ono Judgu Parker at Lexington has decided that nppoinleo students to thin State Collogo have n right to the fret muse of thin laboratories and ho issued n restraining order preventing thin management from collecting tho 5 feo from any app oiuteo Tow Appalachian Gas and Oil Company which is composed of Lox ington capital with John It Allot II- Aprldmlt IIIIH discovered n fine flow of natural gas ut White Oak in Estill Wanly and arrangements have about t loon completed to pipe thin flow to- that city During tho past few weeks several oil exports from Pennsylvania r have visited tho operations in Estill county and have pronounced the gas 1ofthe very bosh quality and predict that within thin next few months tho Kentuckyf H4THE CITIZEN JAPANESE WATCHING WAR BULLETINS AND GENERAL KUROPATKIN IN TOKYO The Jnpnmiic nIWIIInIJer8 are very onter rl lnjr and Inrco crowds of qunlntly 11411 nntlves leather In fnmt of tho IICWHIHIIMT olllirs dally to roiul tilt Intent tidings from the front The other picture slows indent hero tmtkln surrounded tiy ItusHlun nnd JnnimcHe nnicvrs In Tokyo Several years ago ho vlHtted the tulkndoH capital and wan the guest of the Japanese general tuft THE PHILIPPINE EXPOSITION ContlniKwl from tat WHit The Vltaran Village which is locate olo o to tho NVnlled City consists of some fifteen houses ranging in size from tho native shack to a well built theatre and market In this village are a hundred Visas ans representatives of till high class Filipino The manufacture of all of till articles for sale in the market is illustrated by families of Filipinos in tho village Jus mill pina cloth urn made by three families ono funnily shows embroidery another family how to make lain others show how 1uinH cones wood carvings mill novel tits are manufactured Tho different methods of flshingand transportation art also represented old the exhibit includes two CIII11 lOU or Water buf falo In thin theatre a numlor of native singers and dancers of both soxes apH ar as welt as an orchestra of thin lest musicians in time islands 1The Snouts and Constabulary to tho various villages in the Philippine Reservation there urn gathered four companies of Scouts mid 280 Constabulary At sunset when lined up for dress parade they present ono of tho most sjtcctacular contrasts of tho Exjxwi tion an object lesson which daily convinces thousands whom the edit oral IMJII of the expansionist has never reached A long stockade built by thin lands of natives divides tho village of thin JorotH from thin Model Cutup of the Scouts on ono side of tho fence the savage Headhunter in 10 copMr beauty of his magnificent physique circles around end about to till beating of his tout torn outside thin stockade tho blucclad Scout Soldiers of thin United States Army and the khaki dressed men of the Constabulary ns they perform their rifle drill to musk olwll tho eyes of vast numbers of WorMs Fair visitors to n realization of what thin United States lies dose for tho Filipinos Tho Scouts of whom there are now 5000 enlisted mUll did service first in their own countries and later woru shifted from ono part of tho archipelago to another regardless of tribal relations During tho insur rection they aon timeR acted with thin white troops and sometimes nlono hilt always except in two or three instances under white ollicern They always proved loyal have all boon under fire and their service brought results either in killed prisoners or captured arms an ammunition After the military government ceased to exist and thin Philippines passed over to tho civil government tho Scout formed parts of tho many gar risons throughout tho islands The civil government found it impossible to keep the lawless element ladronos etc tinder subjection with the civil machinery and nn act was passed authorizing tho use of Scouts to aid thin civil establishment and since that net went into o onilion very nearly till wish Scout force huts formed a part of tI1IIIIIIIIIr Police cud as such hits IKOII almost constantly engaged in field work linvimi in many cases pitched bolas with armed bandy of ladrones a The Constabulary Battalion is a civil organization along military lines The men were enlisted from tho various provinces throughout the ar chijHlago all tho Christian trigh living represented and ono Moham medan tribo as well Prior to thin Organization of thin Exposition Bat talion thin III1IIIhOrH of this command were engaged in till maintneanco of order in the islands and suppression of nrigandago and banditti They participated in the campaign against thin notorious outlaw chiefs of Luzon and neighlMiiiig islands They art thoroughly drilled and instructed in the lakes of soldiers and give a good idea of what can done with tho natives when projiorly handled by competent American ollicera TIll Constabulary represent till beginning of till Army of till Philippines The Philippine Exposition is edu cational from beginning to end end at the Mime timo it is characterized by thin most vital human interest To tho student of ethnology of econom ics of politics it is of paramount imjxortanco to tho overage visitor who seeks merely novelty nnd semi sation it is without equal at thin Fair To the business man it shows thin abilities and methods of tho Fili pino nnd tho resources of till islands It is tho one exhibit at St Louis which no American con afford to amissTwo Political Speeches Asrunsioxs ox TUB LOO dais Thin politiCJllcampaigll was opened in Boron by two addresses on Satur day that in tho afternoon by Mr Shackleford of Itichmoiul in behalf of thin Democratic Party and that at night by Col Demareo in behalf of thin Prohibition Party Col Denmreos address was cour teous amid fair and all who hoard him realized that tho Prohibition Party is a partof conscience working only for thin public good His claim that every man should vote for what ho believes wets certainly a strong 0110HI had rather said thin Colonel vote for what I want and not gut it than to vote for what I do not want and get it every time Tho speech by Mr Shackloford nlllirmention n single thing for which they had fijwnt money which ho would wish to have undone Ho denounced President Roosevelt although Fresh dent Roosevelt has done more to promote till interests of the South f than any other President Wo are sorry that lie discussed till Negro problem as a chief interest in the campaign and professed his belief that tho Negro could not bo improved That is exactly where till Democratic Party needs to ho converted Tho Party used to favor slavery and now they confess that was wrong They used to favor thin free coinage of sil ver and now they confess that was wrong They now b dievo that work ingmen are incapable of being im proved nod in duo time they will acknowledge thud that also is wrong It should Iw remembered that everything which degrades the Negro ulra degrades tilt white lalraror Tho RepublicanInrty enterprising thrifty lawabiding patriotic dweller in tho logcabin And tho log cabin emblem will he carried to victory next November Boys Who Wish to Earn and Learn Every Troy who ling good sense desires to IH of sonic account in tho world When he thinks about it ho knows that if ho is to amount to any thing he must earn amt learn lie wants to have things and he can only get them by stealing Legging or earning When you try to earn tho first thing need is skill The man who has skill who knows how to do thing eat us much more than thin man who dos not And every boy who hills a gcxxl mind ties its to bo intelligent to know things He wishes ho could survey land use tools name till stars above him and know almut tho great mien of this until other 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and look at the nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever lu Beron We also carry a nice lino of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARtICLES at thin lowoet prices CALL AND SEE US rnESCRlPTIONS srrcLLTY H C WOOLF Prop 4 I I THEIR HELP Buck whore he was u freckled boy 1 Ith rugged troustrs on Tlu girls made fun of what he won Tin common nlckimtnc that he bore VVa mptyIloaucd John Inn parked hi clothes and went away Not thai lie wished to go Rut that lhoy did not Bem to care To help li IP g out the talent then Of one sj far below lie lookd back at the dear old town This hlmptyIleaded John Amt where lie went hIs tears were strewn Hut they that toyed wept not and soon KorKot tint hf wes lrOlleIlie tiilld through wearing weeks and rears riruiktl and alone Till Jovinitly one day he found lilK feel uixvn the tajtmott round Ills Rreatnmw widely known Down In the heart a fondness for The old town lingered on They han d him there with shouts oer Lund A Imnner waved on which he read T1irlr welcome Our John S K Klr tn Chicago necordHerald A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHARDT Cop rinht rryt by J 8 Lippincott anI ell ITEI vi r roxTixrri She had Mated herself upon a board vent lwtwesn two trees and was re gnriling him earnestly Itesscuier lennctl affniust a peachtree close side her und gazed down at her most able attorney fair lady do yo prove yourself in pleading the cause of the iienileH of your king and yet when I look Into your taco and note the resemblance you bear your loyal brother It in put credence that you en ti indeed be at heart the rebel you choose tonight to prise Nay know you are but hamniiii Tbu loynl l wards sister and your loyal fathers daughter cannot hut h wholly loyal Do you know that I love your brother Kdward trebly ones fur hiiunclf anti twice for his likcnem to you When he rides JIIY std r Ian almost delude I1YlCil- Intll the Ixliet that It is you I has e with HIP Ah Jane If you could but know what a sweet cftufort it Ia to have upon long inurclies timed hot par unit of lying enemies but whats that Iiirne their at roll they had en tered the orchard whoutt rear ended in the wondlard lea pmer hail eaiiKiMl lantbrna to he strung for some distance In this orvhnrd and tnnny lover linil taken adxantnge of 11a piitir nne wllm to saunter through its mazes lint none of them had wlI1dIIIIlll1ilt as far as their host add luatesa Irrlfiil the two were at tit end of the fringe of lanterns lloti be nml Tarn turned their Pacer timiinls tin nhmlowf The sounds rams clowr the tramp of hors e fret the clanking of spurs the ITHI klinfc of twig and smothered fiilk t length there emerged Into the rim of Ilirht the lanterns east a small jiiirv of men Two were on IiorKtOiruk each lading a neeond horse that was riderUR Behind them wiilUing iame two other men with a third between them evi dently a primmer ills dark garb showed in sombre contrast beside the red crusts of the lirltlHh soldier who held him AH Ih came closer and lane caught IIIhtof the captives face sin gave n cry of recognition iodfrey Worthing on she gasped niAirri ix THE 1lKA The prisoner heard her exclama tion Ili quick glance talk in her figure and that of her encort A Scowl settled upon Ills liamlstinie brow nod Ilia lipset In a flrm line of anger A they advanced he drew himself up between Ids euptorn and made stately but freezing nbeiaance to tit lady What i the meaning of thiN dlll tiirbanee Ie Hemer demanded of the Fcrgeutit in charge of the sol diem ThU Is the rebel sir the man werIulrltlng upon whose trail you went us We raptures him Home mites hark and were bringing him into ramp but when we reached the gate yonder he broke away from us Vell IteHncmer inquired sharply what lid you find nn him I Anything start hed him as soot an we cap bard him the sergeant answered but could Und no IlIIplrIHeiiHcnur tapped Ms foot upon the ground und ntudleda moment Donbt less he waid at last he carries his dispatcher In his fiend instead of In writing You come from Oen Gates I elleve Ile turned to the prisoner Indeed r the other responded with an Interrogatory Inflection Hearing messages to Col Sum ter PeHnemerH Ah black eyes flanhed Anl gollyu inHolcnc sir I recog size you now Unless mistake greatly you are one of thoue arch eonsjiirators who ltit month liming three r his mnJcHtyR mont loyal uervaiit The lender of your band IB In my luinilK u prisoner He hangs at Hiinrlv You hang with lilm am on on c Oitlon only that you re real witliiu the hour the contents of those dlspntclieB be tiny written or onmeytnfrom g lit hHC terns nlone will spare your life indeed it is n piece of elemeney in which am scarce warranted Col lleiwriner8 reputation for mercy world renowned Ilix guar ter hath become n household word Of like fame art the honorable term he ever nlTem those who have that which he would wlwh to purchase Tis strange so few honest men take advantage of such magnanimity The mocking bow matched the mocking word ItensoHiersi fury crone near choking tutu lane half started forward MS though slit would sore the reckless American front Lila own mad folly then checked hernelf toIthesome upper room and well guarded until I cat flail time to deal with him Dear lady he added turning to Jane with softened tone an the soldiers obeyed his orders most humbly crave your pardon for thin unseemly in terruption Let IIH diMiiiHg it from our minds and take up our discourse where it was no rudely broken Say Jane answered in a low tone her fact pale her ryes trou bled first tell me that you did not menu your threat to hang Capt Worlhingtou if be does not five you the information you desire x thing he will never do if he possess any I am sure however you do not mean to hang Mm It was but H ruse waa it not tn Induce him to speaka- more hit of play- A hit of play madam which will cost apt Worthington his neck He is troublesome fellow whom I have lung wished to be rid of a cstl terms gadfly ever busying around nldesIdeserving of his fate Nay he shall bang by the side of his tellow knave and soon at that Janenall you are saying it totoappall me Intl your Interest then so great this rebel My interest is great in anyone who is the subject of injustice It is enough that you should hang that poor old gentleman who today had the misfortune to become your pris toner but that you should contem youheto hound Aiwn and who has not lIInhilithatnthe king would approve of having his cntiKe sullied by suchacts She spoke with fervor carried beyond time point of ijhtrretfon You sHak with most surprising ardor madam llesncmcr remarked MM face black with passion but Hermit me to advise you that his maj sty the king wisely rates sneh matter to the judgment of his trussed officers well understanding that an unscrupulous for must be dealt with a manner befitting the method of Iin warfare Inerupuloii foe as you may term Jnue answered I pare yet to learn when the American force Kara ever treated an honorable prisoner of war in summary manner The three tortes whom they liming were not as you well know real sol diems They were but out laws brutal desperadoes wearing the kings mini form as a cloak and a shield I fear dear lady the mrtiality which you hair for the enemies of your king has somewhat dimmed the clearness of your judgment How ever I feel that owe myself most severe censure for the cruel wound whleh I pure so unintentionally in flicted iimn you Had sooner real ied how deeply you are in love with this young Worthinglon I should late taken aiiis to have kept from you the punishment which I feel It my duty to mete out to Mm- In a womans heart necr to bi swayed save by love lane naked Can she peter plead for justice with out having her m itives inipngnrd CaptWotthhglllllnot to put into execution your cruel threat I Rill Impelled by motives of common humanity Is this true lane HcMtemer cried eagerly Is it so that you do not love him Do you pledge me your honor on It 1 Jane drew buck Pledge you my honor No If my simple word be tint enough uhere would I find the honor to pledge Bessemer torn betwixt rapture and uncertainty searched her face with jealous eyes Surely twere too fair a face to be aught but honest Ah my ever rcadytongued Jane he said you little know the weight your words Lave lifted from my breast This one rebel have 1 feared had more entitle to dread than nil the rebels In till the armies on this continent combined Then that explains your severity tonight can well understand that one might be inclined to deal harshly with n person one feared but since tills poor Worthington Is humbly placed tint to tear Mm would he to belittle yourself surely mercy is cusyn Again did Jlesucmcr regard her sus piciously An artful plea he ob served yet am not so sure that this rebel is not still to be feared though could I have the xalrguarclof your lote would tear nothing earthly I would dwell too near Heaven for that ome Jane you who can be tenderly considerate of others surely will not keep me longer in xua pensc Tell me that you will an aver yes to the request made this mornirg71JeuCl nIrlllIld Jane tile man 1 marry must be humane at well as brave Your bravery none qiiftiiins your humanity it remains fur some to prove Ab miidain he returned it is well Known tent happiness is the great pro gut or of virtue lirant me tb happiness I seek and you will lion hot my humanity will blos soot in its sunshine To clinch the argument give me this hand ant that young rebel shall not die at to morrows sunrise He took her hand as he spoke and pressed it to hi r heart but Jane withdrew it quickly Surely she observed coldly Col Itesnemer needs no bribe to spur hi to an net of justice sod If he did h will remember that virtue 1s ItIIwn reward Ah but virtue is not the reward r seek ho retorted flippantly while his brow contracted with Irritation unless indeed dear lady you tipify yourself as virtue lint it truce fencing let us to the queatlon toI It a Imrgain or ik it oat IH young moan to lie reprieved through your sweet offices or is he to hang at sunrise Jane turned upon him angrily And do you supH se sir she de manded that would give myself to a man so cruel as even to think of offering such a bargain If I marry you It must be forwhat you are nut for what you offer Hut she added more adroitly I rely upon Col Uessemera mercy I would sweet pleader Uc ob served that It were jMwsibkj could reconcile It with my dUly to do an you wish but alas feel that loyal ty to my king will not admit of it It ia a matter of gratification to me however that while your womanly compassion may be wounded your deeper emotions will not be lacerated when the rising of tomorrows sot sees the netting of young Wor hing tons His piercing ryes were upogl her fare and Jane felt h tr composure giving way beneath them for at length she perceived that he was in absolute earnest At sunrise she repeated In a choking voice while her belted quick ly calculated the shortness of the time Ab if she could but get a re prieve until tomorrow night much might be accomplished during the in terfering slay Methlnks colonel you choose t must Inappropriate hour for so dark a deed The black er hues of midnight would better match the color of the set- Att most wilIulflftaUon dear lady Hessemer responded What say you to this midnight or He drew forth lila watch It showed some minutes pat It OMlnet thief is intpoislhle the approaching hour oRe Tin dots shall see to it No no she cried passionately rarely surely Col Ibsaemer you will not permit my thoughtless words to shorten the life of a hHpleM be ing Do not ob I beseech you bynil you hold sacred do not deprive hint of those few remaining hours at grace The hour madam Bessemer- answered his relentless eyes holding hers 9s set for one- C111hv11It X TUB HUSK erne was frantic Less than RM hour What could she do She and IteM mer lunch been an un pardonable length of time away from their guests and the major portion of them were only vttMng their ap pearance to make aiiieiiH Many MRS KUKIIY FULL INTO TUB TRAP AND LNSrSlKCTINULY WIIOTB THK NOTK precious minutes were wasted In listening to goodbye and the usual compliments upon the iiieoingis1t length however she shook heruulf free and turned in search of her brother She found him Mistress Ieggy Winstons IIhnwllihoutI her shoulders and tying her hood be neath her chin preparatory to de departure With a hurried word of apology site drew him aside and ao qualnted him with Godfreys Impend ing Guts Oh Clouds she cried cannot you do Koniuthlng to gain lime at least a reprieve t Her brother brow contracted and he gazed at her suspiciously Nay nor would if could he answered harshly He well deserves hits fate You little know what a menace he and his hand of outlaws have been to us this season Let him take his medicine jis such a dose as he would tint down the throats of others With dilliciilty Jane restrained her self from wringing her hands More guests were leaving In fact tin party wus breaking up Let them go oh let thorn go that she might seek her nom and think Kdwurd had ordered lute horse ridden away as un escort for the Winston car- etillr lest some bold rebels should at tempt to kidnap the ladies forsooth There was no one Junu could turq to tier stepmother writ Godfrey enemy her tether wi helpless No there was no one unless indeed It might be she could use Aunt Jtauhcl or labriel Both bad born house irvanu for her Aunt Sunnnimh and bad known Codices from his hubs hood both would almost lay down their lles for him She bur riedly sought Aunt Itnchels quarters eonsultatlou with the Inegrerr she law to her stepmothers mom Mamma she cried bursting in ui on that buly a s hant before her toilettable the maid brushing powder from her thinning locks 11thl you know that tlodfrey Worth luglon is a prisoner in our garret mend that lie is to be hung before the break of day Mrs IJllery not a little atarUcd bv this sudden Interruption gaited st her stepdaughter with eyes at ones annoyed mend pitying Yell yes child she answered knew he was here sod lied heard some whisper that such a fate uwiiitt hha but otter all much as I deplore it especially that It should happen on three premises yet if halt th bandit acts with which he Is actred licit are true tis no more thou he d erves Hut hr should not be starved an well ai hung Jane proclaimed ve hemently How often have heard you boat that no one la your house ever went hungry yet that poor old gentleman who was brought here Iii afternoon has not had one hilt to rat since his arrival our hats liodfrry If they must meet so bitter all end should they not hove food to sustain them In facing It with fortitude Assuredly Mrs Kllery answered promptly her hospitable instincts ironsed as shrewd Jane had known they would be will order it now half riving from her chair Xay tint you must lave JMT mission from Col Uensenier June in terpoted else the sentries will let nothing pass them Will you nut uh the colonel to grant this rrquet See have pen and paper ready fiyou There is no time to be lostIt- he colonel may have retired snit ioi would not wish to disturb his rest Mrs Fllerywarmhearted if Irritable temper sad at the in time fortunately a suntan f n great ileverncsn und less ituaginrin fell into the trap and ualIlIi1jlyIwrote the auto which ditttldINow Gabriel whispered la when the ttweted order had III n cured for heavens sake mnk no mistake This to the sentry and Unit to Master Oodfrcy and lienerul Pierce While lane was 1ntermimiui her stepmother and sending tier note to Col Hessemer Undid had been preparing the viands which iadrid now bore up time back stairway on a huge tray poised triumphantly upon Iiis head To lie Centtnuetll A SLAVE TO CUSTOM liiiluolrliiMx xprtiuil Wliii limit lilt Isrmliora Ittlalrue i Jloat JItrebh To hair a trot industrious te inltrfrre with all elmnve of IIIH fort tens the unfortuuati rxpimiK of Mr 1ortman who livid in UIKU and Is the author of Station sti r Tin trouble warn writs Mr ltnun that nothing could t11 ttMow of hiHMI intentions only for instance to lean ms g lags for a fro moments tn tin u my return my catmplKdKt adcc fully tickled up in out curlier ni ti loom the inuttrcMS and liluiikit funning a neat roll in auotlicj a no any clothes which I had lIaIOII1 ii leave about snatched away fur toI Ing It mattered nothing that I whhd to lie down on the bed u1 the mattress to oiicuurnge mysirsta and chntlge Into the clothes till this lay outside Unmix tiew of his duly Nothing would induce hiiii d swerve from his unvarying role life nor any rwiuountrame trail oily nsponce butt the three words dr liereil with n pitiful smile ut m g norone It U runtom- Cuitom for cxnmple decreeil lliax lit should Kprlnkle water on the er anilu nt dnybrtuk to lay the dust It mattered nothing that a ttcxal of mill hail beet nring tell night sod hurl removed all posniliility of dust for hours to ump custom still hind its and the stones were sprinkloil according to rule Custom lade him luring me a rap of tea before rime I did not unmet it tend told him MI dnysifter hlIbut weeks jmswd before inansgeil to prevent his bringing it In accord niter with custom le dully seized air- bed Imldlng fnd all this nndercli tli hug on whirls lie could lay his hands anil spread tlictn on the patch of grits or worm still on tin wall xnr roniuling It Hut ciiKtom hardly evet reminded him flint If rain fell they would possibly got wet and nn ruin stoma in Africa are likely to rescue hie vaternpoutM in volume nnd April showers In frctiicniv the chances of my having n dry bctl by tho evening soon grew to be very stoo- lXerrrInaeheel HIP Scntchiunn II related of the late Sldrluj IlrookM tlmt lie lind nt one time very favorite pig wlio silos went this inyof nil pigs nml wan converted into liiicon HrookH sent enact of lie delicacy to n friend with a not follcws Ills end wax pence and send you ti piece of Ids end The joke wits related to n Scold man who liingud very lieartily IIIK shortly iifteiivnrd baving occinini to kill a pig of lib own sunt surrey b a relative with the renwirk Jill end wan peace sump send you piece of the l1tt tenth he wondir T why tiobuJy saw tile joke LonJjj King okokCkokokokokokokotlokokokokokokokokokokokollokokoko- 0x f The Kirksville School i For Boys and GirlsN0G P Simmons Principal Murk S Pockham Asst Prln 0 0 oNs FoosoPayable in Advance x o Tuition Foesjo B Primary 10 00 par Term K x A Primary and B Grammar 1G 00 o 0A Grammar 1C 00It a o School 20 CO le- fo Department of Music Includ x ing Instrument for Practice 20 00 fICta Enrollment last year 101 Wo expect to increase it largely this x year Our teachers are competent alll up to date itememlmr before o deciding whnt school you will patronize that Kirksville has four X o churches and NO SALOONS Wo solicit patronage from peopln x g who wish their children couttollod and no others Boarding can be secured ut following rates 10 75b r o Send for Catalogue and investigate 0 aG P SIMMONS Principal Kirksvillc Ky o orororororo ororororororo YOYOIt01t01tOttOMOts0a0 n u Ducklons Arnica Salvo Has world wido fiuuo for tnarvolloute euros It surpasses BUT other salvo lotion ointtnout or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Totter Salt Rhoum Fever Soles Chapped Hands Skin Erup tions infallible for files Cure Kuanuitcod Only 25o at East End Drug Co p Ia revelfue4atdTndaUDrr 1I1N11 n rnmnunINUiaif lh p ri f b11 Jlf1tijIIOpP UI PalanlOlftce Wngtoll OC What Is Lifo In the last nunljBis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that Inw oven slightly pain rosultfl Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting In Constipation Ilondache or Liver trouble Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills quickly rondjusta this Its gentlo yet thorough Only lino at East End Drug Co BO YEARO- EXPFRlENCer i IDtalGNIJ COPYRIGHTS Ac dcrlptionaqquiulrLnrarcmtut invention U r hblflnnlbIIoD rlell n nn Iatuta pataetaIatntstfMlal nottt without cram lu lIa Scientific American bandmnatr llluilr t vl wettr rrirt cur oullIon t an mal rerrs II a MT four rnnnlbo ILeuid bras nwdatr NeW1Oarancb Foarful Odds Against Him Bedridden nlono and destitute Such in brief was the condition ofan old soldier by nome of J J Havens Versailles 0 For yearn ho was troubled with Kidney disease and neithor doctors nor medicines gave him relief At length ho tried Elec trio Dittors It put him on his foot in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recor oro Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forma of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only COc Guaranteed by East End Drug Co- LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlma Table In Effect May 1104 Going North Train 4 flatly Leave Keren 8 48a m Arrive Ricbmond4 12a m Arrive Paris528 a m Arrive Cincinnati760 a m1 OIngNorth Train6 flatly Leave Bores 12 55 p m pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 600 p m Oolite south Train Dally Leave BoreaI 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p m Oolncr South Train S Dully Leave Borea1121 p m Arrive Llvhegaton1280 a m Train No1 and No C make connection at Livingston for Jellico and tho South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSONIjt Dcntist n1 r Kit hrrtund Ky I MONUMENTSUrsa Granite scud MtrtaU t Work of all kinds don in a norknmnllkii tuannnr at rca tit tonsbla prices and with dispatch Allwork guar- auteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky bras at tin sod Callln lUlL I + Whats In a Namo Everything is in tho name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E CrDo Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is n specific for Piles For blind blooding itch ing and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises audall skin din eases DoWitta Salvo lean no equal This hats given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for Do Witts tho genuine Sold by East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is tho most complete anti up todato in this part of tho State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most promln9ntIpeople of Work sent to me by mail or elJ1f811SJwill have prompt attention and t charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon ItjREFERENCE Bank of Mt Vernon From 148 to 92 Pounds Ono of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on tho lunge causing pneumonia Is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fonner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of Ono Minute Cough Cure She says soweakened 1 weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of romodiua to no avail until I thud One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of thotcough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal health and strength Sold by End Drug Co EasLJ THEfl CITIZEN HII HIHlHIIl The Home JBnniB LESTBB HILL Bdltof I11111II 1111111 IIHt HHHI JPICNIC LUNCHEONS Ono of till most delightful forms of entertaining for limo little folks is a picnic uinl it is not too Into for picnicIhs nyisprivate basket or box daintily packed with an apMtizing luncheon n Jap anese napkin and fruit Hy far tlio picuiebasketIMNI broad should bu used and that twenty four hears old Hnttor tho bread beforn slicing and if the crust cut olT it must lo after tint wind wiihes aro Interim AIry One lilling for sandwiches in tnado from equal parts of boiled ham anil hurl Ixriled eggs cliopiNd together Another filling consists of ono part ininced ham mind two of chicken with six minced olivcH to a pint of tho mix taro Littlo folk enjoy sandwiches lItl1with very thin slice of roast Ixef or chicken Then thorn in grated chi tut watercress sprinkled with salt and of course wo will not forget till sweet snndwichtw lade with a filling of claopP1or candie fruits sad mils Ikforo putting in the luiskels wrap Inch sandwich in Mirallino MIMT When till drive is long the gent I 1right mod impy loll will tilt much amnwiuont Divide thin company 11110 two midis and lot each animid of any description hint dog cat cow or horwt panmil on tho ns jMctivi hides IN counted by the N Hide an ono a one horw carriage munting ten and a two horse earring twenty Five hundred is till gnmo Ifof tin htnitcan se which ono etui get the alphalxt firsl fnnn the adverliMineiits in till car With tom si game weariness will 1m forgot ten mint every ono will Ixi in flu Iksl of humor when till grounds an reached PHANCKM C fLL GRAPE RECIPES Tho wild grnla furnishes jell v and preserve orlll1ptiollllll lira favor They hhonll lx galhored early null yet griMn and tinriM for attar till- InJtlt riM im them too juice Im c nom s pulpy and rofuws to jell Vni Giarc JELLT Strip the fruit fnnn lima ntiin wash mid put in a pan or jar net III a larger veer l of hot water Cook until tho graMs an bri kin tuna drain MiHimire tau joie and for ivory pint allow a Mnnd of sugar Put tin jnico ovor the lira mood till sugar iiiHhallow wum lima oven when itwill hunt but not turn yellow Cook too juice twenty minutes skimming until dis solved removo till HJKHIII conkn moment or two longer until till Ii quid jellieH when dropped on a cold plate i jKMir into jolly glasses and cover when crud t Viu OHAPK ANn Cmiurru JKUV For this eombjnation which innjyt cially lino tang uso equal qnan taw of crabapplcH and wild green gralss Cut the apples in ipiartorH bnho not jKtl or win cook until Hoft tutu strain and add to tho grajHi juice Viu GRAPE ANn ELIEnttl nnv JELLY Thin is another delicioim combina tion of flavors Add four pinlH of grenl grajHi pulp to night piitM of ldorlN rry juico nil strained then allow Hiind of sugar to each pint of juico nod proceed ax usual HHHHIMHM = 1111I11I11 The School JOUR WIRT DIH8MORB Editor HHHH1HniMMtMIHM Teaching Agriculture In the l Public Schools Tho advantage of Rome form of agricultural instruction in tho rural and village schools to which In com wilted the training of iilxHit 70 por- vent of the public school children of our land hardly MIMMH to require domonslnition It is a fact never theless that in mummy parts of time country next to nothing has IMHJII dono in this direction Education isls however are alive to the ixrimi gogical value of this kind of training in elementary Hchools a mor con trip mteil by Sup erintmulont Joseph Carter of Champaign III to the September mealier of the Kinder iiurttn Mtuntzine gives many excel lent ruuHoiiH for the inclusion of mihjoct in nchool programs mid a the name time others helpful miggcH teachersPt wo quote in the following paragraphs ylJA Hint At To What Should Bo Taught Teach the children the IOSHOIIS of the Hoil1ull them till wonderful tory of its origin or hotter still let them lull you what they have wen in the field and by time brook and thou you give then the charming explan ation Toll them why men plow and what methods of cultivation are beneficial and what are decidedly injurious Tell them how the physical condition of the soil may affect its fertility and tell them what elements have boon taken from the soil when it is worn out mold how to replace theta Tell them time marvelous story of the iniortant discovery of modern times a discovery hieh places in tit hands of every farmer a means completely under his control of drawing from the atmosphere the free nitrogen of the air and of fixing it in any field ho may wish to enrich lilt is a storyof minute organisms which aro in the Milor if they are not there the farmer CUll put them there which locate themselves iiK u the roots of certain plants and give them plants I aster to store III their nests to Ixi left in tIloi its motit valuable constituent of plant food nitrogen Tell them what the taHNol and the silk of tItlrn mire and whyhull is at the top of till stalk and IIotlllr very much Ixilow it Toll them why the blossoms of corn oats rite maid wheat mini colorlims and odorless and why the blossoms of cotton and thocloveraroBolxauti fully colons and why they have such exquisite jxrfiinie Tell them what the Isis timid till bnmblelxHs mire doing mid of what stix rhitive im x rtanco they art to the existence of ninny plants and how they are most Industriously serving meet a little by the honey they make limit vastly more in other ways for tuuynot only increase his apple lsach and Mar erg limit they also aid in adding fertility to Iho soil All of which prcHUpiKwefl we fear a richer equipment on tilt part of the instructor than is now ixxsossod liy tin majority of our country school tlllcho04IMM The Farm slave CBBBVBK MASON Wltoe I iI I IlI1i1 f- OUR ZIGZAG ROADS In the building of nxidx the first question to lx settled is that of locution and it is a question of prime iinK rtanco If the to lx built is a new ono till problem of locution is not dillicult to solve The mild should Ix as short and straight as practicable If the country is level that is mvtwsary is to determine tom Taints through which it is IMISS and build it straight from one poi II I to another limit in most cases the country is not level This in tnxluws a new element that of grades Stof p grades mini to Ix avoided nlxvo all things The ques tion then is to make till road as short as is conimtiblo with easy grades Deep cuts anti heavy fills are expen sive and should Ix avoided as fur as KMNible A winding road seven miles long with light grades is lx t ter than one four or five miles long with heavy grades Over tilt former a team can dress a load of two tons alxnit as quickly as a load of one ton over the latter illlfIRIingtillthe ditliculties are vastly greater In the first plain in most sections of our country the roads have lx en badly located When it is proXTsod to correct these errors of location the trouble logins Farmers have built their houses on the road aiid they dont want it changed Resides they dont want their farms cut up Too local road officials want to keep on good terms with their noighlxirs mild therefore lack limo nerve to make radical changes And we go on year lifter year throwing away money on nxidn that ought never to have lxx n built It is likely that the error of the past can never Ix entirely corrected limit a great deal can bu done which will result in great improvement Scorn and Contempt Prohibited The general conduct of the Un dents of Herea College in thin present tryingcircuaustmtnaesiscommendablo- There have hell very few who exhibited excitement or uttered any unworthy sentiments The colored students showed no resentment at their loss mind deprivation and the while students no unseemly exulta ion Only one or two cases of un seemly conduct occurred and these are Iwing promptly dealt with by the Faculty It is well for every one to know time rulof tho College No studenl may express contempt for Marmott s condition A Friendly Interest Tho wily time boys are leaving the fnnna threatens tho prosperity of tho countryWhat dlffcrvucu does it mnko to you What dlfforeiiTO I hold a lot ot farm iuortKUKi 4 Her Leap Year InspirationBy CniwIyM IM l l K Jf iriHcliniil Q Miss t3et was worried She sat at the trout bedroom window tI Ill tI tappliiK the arm of her wicker rocker with one hand nod lining n linger or the other to keep place la time hook that Grog the lotiKth of a lint lane arm on the other side of the chair The nttltndu of time two hniuls was n line Index to tier dlHpoHltlon Kho was llMtlcHM mid Iwirrd hy the monotony of her lute hut there was a Htrounly comhiitlvi elciiieiit In her nature that miiili It ltnp iHHllilo for IIIT to accept It with the placidity shown hy time other women Bhe know She wax tired of tens She had niniiHiil herself cnlcnlatliit just how many KiilloiiM she unit drunk In the ten years of her social career At twenty It hind notHied highly clathiK to put on her nuweMt BOWII and drink tOil with a crowd of people She could even rc iiiiiaher that time nddltlon of n hunch of violets to her continue lout at olio time given n decided pkilHlire Hat nt thirty she forgot to pin on the violet even when there was a IIURO IliE OIKNED TUB Ilex WITH AN EXPHESfllOX OK CCIUOHITT hunch In trout of her on the dresser unless her maid tuiKsextcd that It would Improve nmdumti toilet Hho Bl lie l III recoKiiltlon of the tact that real life dootmt work out llko nov cls 0The hook wax a new one anus In till second edition nnd her lack of Interest In It proved conclusively to Miss Se vlers mind that her trouble was rctil Dill deep roottil Some of her energy finally communi cated Itself to tho other wand Sho throw tho hook on the table near and conuneiufd an energetic rocklni that kept poet with her thoughts slates Is tho root of all evil anti Ive hail too touch of 1G I ormmi excess I believe that ns a child It wax n pleasanter feeling to want moro candy than to have eaten too much Time worst feature of this money Is tint It unit always attracted a crowd of flatterers and worthless friends nail tins caused ninny tint I really cared for to let their pride come between me and them have known John Car rlngton tor five years and would cata logue the poxmissmOnxono wtato In Vlr gtnlii yielding an uncertain Income ono tine tenor voice and enough proud reticence to supply nil the K Ixever heard of When sho mentioned Carrlngtons name the hero of the discarded novel bltterin humility uncommon to n star of n second edition Miss Sevlers restless glance took in 1the novel That fool In tho novel hind n tenor voter too hut ho wasnt handicapped by n lack of self appreciation If I lint asked him to slag For you It is n rose for mimeit Is my heart at least 300 times In tho last three years If I had plnyed lute accompani ment and put In It nil tho feeling n longing heart could possibly show when supplemented by my poor tech nique that hero would have forgotten nil about my money amid asked mo to marry him II know he loves me taut I dont be lieve ho will over master enough cour age to tell mo unless I donate nil my money to n hospital or do tho proposing myself There wns n till nt the door and Miss Scvlcrs young niece came rushing In Esther always rushed so her Immedi Btu family were never much startled by her sudden entrances and exits Auntie sho tried to make her re quest and explain her plan all nt once bony write nnd nsk Tom Carter to take me to the party tomorrow night The girls are all going to and I wanted to know If I might Whats the cause of Mr Carters sudden popularity her aunt asked with n decided amount of astonish omit In her eyes Now aimtle you know we are not Mil going to nsk him but any ono wo would like to take Its n leap year arty you know I sera returned Miss Scvler slowly dud you simply want mo to under Rtml that one Mr Thoman Carter If the very nicest boy among your ae qiiidnJances eh lies really nice and the very nicest Esther answered n nil Hush spreading to the roots of her fair hnlr May I niintlp plenseV- If all the other girls mire of the snme opinion perhaps yon would he wlso to get your note written nt once tensed her mint The girl gave her an Impulsive kiss nnd then looked nt her with n twinkle In her eye I would like awfully to write It on n sheet of your best paper she coaxed After her six teetryenr oid nleco hut disappeared having taken some of tho best paper and the sealing wax to snatch Mss Sevler went hack to the window nil Mood gazing abstractedly at the house across tho street The hoiiso hind been there for years lout she seemed to study It with Intense Interest I know he loves me she murmured loin she may or may not have referred to the groeery bay that was Just then ringing the hell of tho house opposite SIll went to hiT writing desk and emit n very creditable looking heart out of n piece of the best paper that hind been till object of Ksthers admiration Across the tall of the heart she print ed In faint scrawling letters To you it Is n rose then rang tor her nintd to get out her street dress amid tell James to have the carriage at the door In twenty minutes When Joln Carrlngton reached hone after a trying day In his downtown law otllce he found that his landlady hail put n long llorlsts lax on the win dow lodge where It would keep cool He opened the lax with an expression of curiosity tiit the nmscMilIno counte nance often wears when Its owner Is sure there is no ono to sir It There was one long stemmed American Mean ly nail irrlngtons sensitive face turned crimson when he saw that Its stun was thrust through n hastily cut paper heart That illicit Miss Sevlers listless oust seemed to have passel away nnd she showed an unusual amount of In terest every time the doorbell rung When she hind almost decided that It was too late to ovpeet a caller Carrlng ton walked Into till room He had let himself la without ringing and stood before tier still In his overcoat his lint In limn hand On the lapel of his coat was the half blown American Beauty Frances have never hind the cheek necessary to ask If you could care for so unsuccessful a lawyer as I have proved he smut slowly hut I would like better thou anything on earth to know that you went me this rose She drew a paper from the folds of her dress mid showed him time sheet from which time heart hUll been cut A second later slue rubbed her slen der patrician nose ngalnst the rough shoulder of tie overcoat I think It would bo pleasanter If you would hang this rough coat on the hull rack for nn hour or so John I wish I hind told you three years ago that I never list much regard for law fleet noted Zebra Sir Cornwnllls Harris description o the common zebra Is ns follows Sock lug time wildest nnd most sequestered spots haughty troops are exceedingly dltllcult to approach nil well on nc count of their extreme nglllty nnd fleet ness of foot ns from the abrupt and In accessible nature of their hlghlniid abode trder the special charge of n sentinel so posted on some adjacent crag ns to command n view of every avenue of approach the checkered herd whom painted skins adorn Is to be viewed prnmhulatlng sonic rocky ledge on which time rltle bill alone can reach It No sooner line the note of alarm been sounded by time vldctto than prick lug their Tong ears the whole tlock hur ry forward to ascertain tho nature of the approaching danger and having gazed n moment nt the advancing hunter whisking their brlndlo tall s aloft heller skelter they thunder down craggy precipices and over yawning ra vines where no less ngllo foot could dare to follow Ihcui Saturday lie view A Scotch Prime nard Amid the highlands of Scotland many good Catholic priests of time mountains nUll Islands have permission to protect their throats from time raw damp of the winters by beards often of quite patriarchal dimensions I remember says a writer a good old Scottish padre who was elected much against Ids will bishop of n highland see and went to Homo to receive episcopal con secration with his cheeks adorned with whiskers much more voluminous than time clerical luck which custom or courtesy used to allow to nil Catholic ecclesiastics The cardinal prefect of propaganda who wns to performs the consecration ceremony was horrified and Insisted on time sacrifice of the whiskers before the consecration took place The bishop elect submitted mi der protest limit he was no sooner back In his highland fnslness than time whiskers blossomed forth again Ancient Slot ainclilnm It Is worth while recording that tho penny In the slot automatic mncldno was known In the time of Hero of Al exander who describes In his Ineu mallcs a sacrificial vessel which flows only when money Is Introduced When tho cola Is dropper through the llot It falls on ono end of n balanced horizontal lover which being depress ed opens n valve suspended from a chain at the other end and time water begins to tow When time lover has been depressed to n certain angle tlie coin falls oft and the valve being weighted returns to Its sent and cuts ort till supply Heros date Is n hell uncertain but ho li supposed to Imve lived II 0 11781 Notes nnd Queries Field Mnrtfml Ojrnnin Field Marshal Iwao 011 mil who with time possible exception of Field Marshal Ynnmgatn Is Japans greatest military genius Is now viceroy of the captured part of Manchuria ns well as commander of nil the Japanese armies III tho field Al though n veteran of many wars and about sixty one years of age ho Is still active anti vig orous My hlrth n unmurnl of tho Kn coshlnm clan his military record goes orhuck to the Satsumn rebellion anti he wns also n leader In time wnr of the restoration whose sue ressful Issue gave the mikado Ids pros emit power lie vats ono of the foremost heroes of the riilnnJapnn war mind was In command of time Second army In Will In n A Clnrk When time multimillionaire senator from Montana linn William A Clark returned from a prolonged trip abroad recently he brought to Ills grownup sons anti daughters hi this country tho news that he was no longer n widower tint a fund husband and also the hap py father of n twoyearold daughter Senator flnrk was married In Mar seilles Franco May 2T 1IKM but upon return to America silence was kept on time subject because Mrs Clark wished to finish her education In Europe lime Montana senator is now sixtyfive years of age Ills wife was Miss Anna IM Chnpelle She was a poor girl In Itutte Mont Satiate- Clark made her his ward and enabled her to study music mind languages In Europe Kanvne V Ilflm The candidate of the Socialist party tor president Eugene Victor Debs of IiifTerre haute in 1855 and cola crated In time pub lie schools As n young man he worked ns a locomotive tire man and as n clerk In n gro cery store From 1870 to 8 8 II he was city clerk of Terre Haute and In 1SS5 wns n member of the Indianalegislature He has been nn otllcer in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and In the American Railway union Victor Howard Mrc lf Victor Howard Metealf who was recently appointed secretory of com merce and labor by President Moose volt was born In Utica N y Oct 10 18KJ He nlteuded the Utica Free aced emy and Mussclls Military academy in New Haven Conn nUll In 1872 cnlcrod Yale uulvcrtdly Leaving the academic department In his junior year he began tho study of law nt tho Yale law school graduating tram It In After practicing law In Utica for tw years ho removed to California locat lug In Oakland Ho was elected to congress from time Third district of ifornia in 1808 and was reelected 1000 and 1002 JIU JITSU AT HARVARD I Japanese WrcntlltKt Art to He Taught Veil Year The art of Jon jllmi will bo tntight nt lIarvard university next year and Harvard tmn who can afford 100 for tho prlvilegi cum learn us much about this bucice ub iliiy desire says u special dispatch from Cambridge to thu New York Trlbrne Their instructor will bo I rofei son Y Yamnshlta of ToIkyo Ever since the first of last winter the crimson students have been greatly Interested In the art of Japanese sires j thing and Jlu Jltsu through two little Japanese students Y Tngl and C Yo koyama who have appeared nt regular Intervals throughout the winter and wrestler for exorcise nn the gymna sium floor George It Loris nn Amor lean boy nnd tho roommate of Tog has also wrestled with them so that undergraduates have had a good chance to see how one of their own kind succeed with the art Each of these three wrestlers is en thusiastic about time sport and it Is largely through their efforts and Inter est that time university has been given the opportunity to have regular skilled instruction In JIu Jllsu next year All the Japanese students at Harvard are Interested In the coming of Pro fessor Yamashlta to Cambridge next fall mind Inasmuch ns all of them arc youngsters who stand well up socially time new sport is being taken up as n fad by nil the wealthier students in the university Of the forty boys who so tar have signified their intention to re celve Instruction In the art next year by far the greater number come from Mount Auburn street from the region of Clnverly hail nnd the other palatial private dormitories This is nu Important feature in the Introduction of nay sport ut Harvard to have it Immedi ately adopted by the most influential and leading mne- nDEFENDER OF OLD GLORY Confederate Ilrboke to Woman Who Tore the Flair For Fun A pr y e dinner party at the Hotel Isles vorti cafe In Atlantic City N J was broken up nt nn early hour the other morning because of n quarrel over the flag snys the New York Trib une Three women nnd three men hod ordered a dinner In honor of the birthday of one of the young women The women Insisted In touring their napkins into shreds and waving them ns streamers over their heads One of the party curried a largo silk American flag The womnn In whoso honor the party seemed to have been arranged grabbed the flag and tried to tear it up For n time sho was prevented from doing so by her companions hut finally secured nnd tore it into shreds Her action was instantly condemned someydistance away was Major William U Marvin of Savannah Ga He is an old Confederate soldier and n wealthy planter He saw the American flag torn and hastened to the table where the six were seated For shame he cried to tear the flag of your country and disgrace It In this manner Give it to me I want to tell you miss that its an outrage to trent times blessed emblem in this manner Years ago I admit I fought against the stars and stripes but I thought I was doing right Since then things have changed and there Is no one who loves the old flag better than I do and I wont stand by and sea It torn and Insulted Just to please n woman MIDOCEAN BATHS Traveler Tell of Novel Feature an Inclflo Ocean Liner Henry Cleburue Brooks n traveler recently returned tram tho orient was at the Midland hotel in Kansas City for n few hours time other tiny en routo to his homo in Dos ton says the Knn sas City Star Mr Brooks has made three trips around the world And its really n small place ho went on to say and ono sees few changes This trip however I did find something new and novel That was the mldocean baths In tho Pacific Now when you cross the Atlantic you get the regulation lit tlo barber shop bath On several ofitime big liners belonging to the Mall Steamship company n new tea tore has been added Early each morning tho crew re moves the planks on the after promo undo deck nnd then suspends an im mense thick canvas tank from time sldo beams Time engines pump the sea wa ter into this tank which is so deep that tho swimmers may dive from tho deck house into It There you have n bath pure strengthening free from every contamination and every danger It has proved very popular Every morn- Ing the big tank on time ship on which I crossed wns alive with swimmers while the railings and the boats in Uio davits were used by the other passen gems to view the sport An EaRnBcment on time Yala An engagement on the Yalu la a very serious thing And Its quite unnecessary- To announce it with a rIng And they do not have their cousins And their neighbor In to tea And with giggles and with blushes Tell tho news like you and me Oh they get right down to business On tho Yalu far away And they do not think engagements Are a Joke nt all they say An engagement on the Yalu Hurter Btlll In this respect elForatumarriage Im avers to long engagements For they often lead to strife hut engagements on the Yalu liteI In Nu York Than rr T The Citizen In INDEPENDENT FAMILY NKWsrirm Published rrrrr Thurwliy at Bert Ky I JAMES M RACER Editor and lubtlshrr- 6UUSC8flTION nATKS rAYAHLI IX AUVJLXCB One year II M Six fThree month 6 bmdmoney by Toftoffire Money Order Ex wit Money Chirk Draft Rffiitertd lAtter or one and two cent tanpa- The Int after your name ihowi to what ate your subscription It pall II It It not tanged within three weeks after reading ui coney notify ui stoppedggrustomlder that they wish It continued Notify us nt once ofiany chan Mn your ad arenRlvlng both old and new addrc ei- MUtlnc Numbers due to wrappers coming iff In the malls or othorwlte w 111 be sup fled If we are notified Agent Wantxl In every locality Write for lermi tending us four ww uly- ioberlptlonl will receive Tin CITUHK tree for the year I 1 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL Now Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Kvcourt Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables J jt jt Phono JOESNo 58 Select Grocer and Caterer JCOB Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printingoffice BEIIEI Kt Open Every Day from 0 oclock 1 m until 4 oclock pm Dont Lie Awako At night and scratch until you are ernzy Paracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottle is guaranteed to give you satis faction or money refunded So why Buffer Get a bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High I Grade Pianos and Organs- i Instruments repaired and tuned Drop mo a card and I will call promptlyI Berea Ky A Power For Good The pills that are potent in then action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says Dur ing a bilious attack I took one Smal as it was it did me more good that calomel blue mass or any other pill ever took and at the same time tin effect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUIT VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Kj- TUOXEf No 73 E I Miller House Newly fitted Meals am Board and Lodging at papule prices Next door to Joos R G Engle Prop rain St Richmond Kj Milliams is better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAl REPARING promptly Clean Wi and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Jfclo Street DueL Ka 1WI11J ilti Irrtfr iiutu pier lUnug uvrrrnturl By C HOWARD WALKER A Prominent Architect I LIT not because pecuniary rewards attract that so many youths professional life for in fact as far as monetary suc are concerned greater opportunities occur in nurcntv and manufacturing enterprises It is rather that to the professional man two doors are open at the very beginning ol his career which only yield to the distinct and individual merit of those who follow manufactures or trade Tllyan tote doors of social recognition and of political opportunity Occasionally outside of the professional life si cii1 I advantages or peculiar ability may lend directly to both bui in most cases the ranks of the social and of the political world arty largely recruited from the professions It is natural therefore that many who may never hope for great attainment choose a profession for the collateral distinction that accrues to it and in this sense the professions are certainly overcrowded inasmuch as they contain men who add little to the general mass of results while accepting the recognition accorded to their class With the artisan the manufacturer and the business man no aim ilar condition exists He receives no reflected glory whatever merit he may acquire comes directly from effort and from individual ability His goal in many cases is to put himself by the accumulation of money into the very position which the professional mar occupies because o his profession If he is an artist a creator his great delight is in hit achievement but few men arc favored with the power to create The counter attractions outside of the professions arc then principally the pleasure of dealing with large enterprises aIN comprelurivc problems and of acquiring wealth while common to both professional and nonprofessional life is the delight in achievement itself There is a persistent query why the crafts seem so little in favor and also if they do not present an excellent opportunity for success The objection to them is twofold first the craftsman or artisan of today is at the mercy of the trades union second his environment while be is at work has ceased to be 311 agreeable one In the past when the work was entirely the result of his own skill and had the hallmark of his abil ity there was constant incentive to progress now he handles n machine which produces a thousandfold a piece of a whole which is a scmbled from many other portions produced by other men and his individuality has ceased The workshop is noisy often dirty and in squalid surround ings and the more sensitive and highly organized the man the less he likes the prospect of spending his life in such an environment Also outside of the professions there is a long apprenticeship to be gone through before any man becomes an independent agent =even general managers of railroads arc on salaries while in the professions he is almost immediately independent if he can get enough to keep body and soul together And finally the professions require little cash capital while any business requires some The professional mans assets are his training plus his brains assets ofwhich age or disease alone can deprive him Is it then at all extraor dinary that a career which requires little capital which affords immedi ate social recognition of which the training is not very valuable in one direction but produces the material from which are made leaders of men in many spheres of action should be sought by so many Youth will naturally crowd into the professions even with the cer tainty of overcrowding until other avocations offer equal rewards To those who desire wealth the professions offer slight encouragement already The chief improvement in manufactures trades etc to be made to induce a following is that of more attractive surroundings As a mat ter of fact 60 per cert at least of mans waking hours are spent in work and it is to be expected that the choice of the work will depend a great deal upon the pleasure in the doing of it I11rnhttatir 1Existrurr By ELLEN OSMONDE Writer at Fashion Articles Ruskin has told us that wherever are love bright color but science has still further set it down that not only has color a distinct effect on national as well as individual character but that it is also beneficial iI indeed not absolutely essential to health This being so it is obvious that Dame Fashion takes no light respon sibility on herself when she determines that certain shades shall be pop ular while it is claer that doctors do not sufficiently preach this doctrine to their patients and those who have the charge of the sick and the young Certainly if as rnedical scientists arc now maintaining color can affect our physical mental and moral wellbeing or otherwise there ought to bf no delay whatever in preaching this doctrine far and wide and putting theory into practice Oru babies should bcreared in rooms whose colors could be changed as the children developed They should be clothed accordingly they should only see their parents in cheerful array We ourselves should sleep beneath different colored lights we should bathe in bathroooms where a blue or green or pink tint should suffuse our room with the shade which induces hilarity our houses in gay hues We houid banish blacks and grays and browns from our midst Perhaps the houses of the future will be arranged on a fresh hygienic plan and lighting arrangements will be so arranged that we can turn whatever colors we choose on ourselves and our guests at a moments notice Thus if conversation flagged or became lugubrious we might suffuse our rooms with the shade which induces hilarity ifa family squabble seemed imminent the peaceful color could be switched on and if the baby were cross it instantly be laid under the blue or orange light as the might be At all events we have evidently good reason to cultivate and study color 3G0U jptf Emwfrtj By REV RAY C HARKER Pastor notfertParfc Mtthodlst Church Chicago men noble they medical now the might case Love is necessary in mans relation to the state Men rob munici palities pillage the coff ers of the nation scan dalize our civilization I because no love for city or country beats in their bosoms Love must rescue society Society is sick at heart and needs a remedy suited to its disease We hear of strikes and of rumors of strikes Mans hand clutches the throat of his neigh bor Human life is constantly imperiled Tumult and collision are common The air is tremulous with unrest At times and in spots society seethes like a caldron Where is the panacea Love that recognizes duties as well as claims rights feels obligations as well as clamors or privileges THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Loswon In the International Series for September SO 1004 Quar terly Review Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright 1KM UT J M Rdiuw LOLL 1I N TEXT FOR Ql1 AIT RTileLord Is merciful uatl gracluualsasu1- NL The Quarterly RevieW The King The quarters lowon have taken us over about 80 years of the history of Judah and Israel Three lemons have been devoted to the klnjw of Judah Hehoboam AM and Jebowi phat nml nine to the kingdom of Is met Following the splendid reign of David and the magnificent reign oCI Davids son Solomon Hehitftbonm the tatters son came to tho throne and It watt his pride and Impolitic conduct which alienated the ten tribes from Judah the ruling house Jerebonm tho sun of Nebat became king over the northern kingdom and Itehoboam continued at king over Judith and part of the tribe of Benjamin Rims af Judah and Israel The following diagram gives the kiss of the two kingdoms the length of their nwpectlve reigns sad the prophets who served in Judah and Israel Note the great number of klnn In Israel and the shortness of their reigns u compared with the Kings of Judah 1Sl1UCL fDAVID q0 YRS xfrIt4NSOLOMON40R- Sbrw s iI 9 NOBO4MIR1 Jllf8 rfiaNq oorJiTcriA6J NJPtl1 ASA l ii YRSJ AL1RfN944JKr t47rt 1Mf1H7 1y6JI 9- Nvif NM roN n 7 ror + J i rfiS si rRoJfVJAAYrrh hp4NAd ol 9J7 elJLNJfIv J EISINHIfrJIII1ilJ JM If HAL IAN t YoS TM Naares at the Prophet are In Black faced 1IThe LeMonaQ the she klags eon tldcrtd In the lessons two were pod and four were bad but even th wood kings made grave mistakes which God did not fall to record for our luinw lion and warning Note that the gqn- oral tendency In the two kingdoms la i downward toward the ultimate ruin which engulfed flret lintel and then Judah The events of the leemiu naturally group themselves around the kings of Judah and Israel and the prophet Ktijah For this reason the review may well be mad a character study Note how the character of the kings determine largely the char aster of the nation good kings bring Ing about wholesome reforms and bad rnXIIovaprogress Its ultimate ruin and death or prayer Its Importance the character of true prayer Iii power and the IIIe Mltr of prayer Hevlww Metbods1t the re7tC7 Is to tie general the uperhitendent may a sign to capable Member of the school brief papers on the different kings and ICHJah If It Is a class review the teacher may aulgn such papers to the members of the claw Or each one maybe asked to bring In a written list of I the kings with their prominent traits of character enumerated an Heho boam proud unreasonable weak retI oppressive Jereboam ambition scrupulous ungodly AI Godfearing j conscientious energetic enterprising brave etc Or the scholars may be interested and encouraged to cover the I points in each lesson by an acrostic exercise Take the names of the kings and of Elijah and after the following manner tell of the events of the let eons Itehoboam ruptured the kingdom Kxasperatod his subjects Heeded not wise advice Obeyed false leaders Boasted of what he would do Ordered Adoram to a fatal task Almost lot his own life Made a allure of life Jeroboam built dUo Established lag kingdom Itelhxl on his own wisdom Evil purposes carried outI Built golden calves Ordered people to worship them Altered the feast days Made priests of the lowest of people Asa allied himself with GoO Sought for religious revival Applied himself to national problems The abovo will give the Idea nail the rest of tho lessons can be worked out in this manner This method would also prove attractive and successful for a general blackboard exorcise Barns Horn Blasts Breeding over troubles but hatches new broods There Is little to inspire in aspire with a debt on it I A largo house often gives the soul a cramped feeling He must have a holy purpose who seeks Heavenly power The presence of the Master makes the mansions of His people Man cannot live by bread alono and be win not work for bread alone A little money today may bo worth more than a big monument tomorrow tUi m tN7 jr 1JJ DRINK DID IT The Snd Confession of n Nan Being Taken to Ptisan for Partici potion in n Murder This wag the confusion of one Harry Napoleon who was recently taken to the prison at Columbus 0 to serve out a life sentence for murder Drink did It he kept on repeat Ing Drink and bad companion God how I wish I had never touched the one and avoided the other And the Md part of It is they wrecked not only my life but brought sorrow and woe to tny pour old parent Jut think he said the first drink I ever took WM bought fur me by a relative When I WM 12 years old and made my Oral communion I took a pjedfe sot to touch liquor till I was si During all that time followed the pledge faithfully and tfhlle other boys met and Tusked the rrol ereI stayed Way sod when 1 waited company I ought thus I met at church When I became 21 I made up my mind to keep on abstaining from Intoxicants list jut a month afterward I came downtown one day with this relative and he took me Into a saloon We Met some friends and they all wanted to buy drinks I drunk several hordes of pop and then because this relative said pop wasnt IDRINK Mtt IT1 Rood for me I took a glee or beer The sent thing I took was a glass of whisky la a few minutes I was drunk It was months afterward before I tatted It again but when I did the rt was easy I began Meeting with boys and tees and took part la their trawler rush lag I drank ns murk u say of UHHB The night we are supposed to here killed the maa I was drunk sad so was Newman I had been In the saloon next door to where I lived on Atlantic street and had a few drinks When I went out Keuman followed me keeping ramIaa Inoffensive looking fellow and passed tne without saying a word though be looked as If he wanted to ask MMM thingWhen he got back to Neurnan ho liked him where some one lived Neoman was In a quarrelsome mood and struck him and the fellow struck lack I rap lo help Neutnan and thats all there was to It We put the body alongside the track to make It appear he had fallen from a train If I hadnt been drinking I would never have mixed In And It fanhadnt been drunk the quarrel would nt have started We didnt want to rob the mAR because we didnt need to I bad money and a good job Why over store I Will 1C I have never earned loss than JIBO a day Once I was earning U n monthI just 23 the day before I was arrested to you ice It was only during two year that I drank at all How I with those two years worn blotted oat I tee now the only way for anybody to avoid the possibility of my present position is not to touch It at all nut I have found it out too late as many another man has Drink brought mo here Nothing makes it so easy for a follow to get Into trouble as drink I taco a life In tho penitentiary because of drink and bad companions Tell every young man to sleer dear of both of those and hell steer clear nf such a position as I now find myself InNatlonal Advocate Plnd Babies Are Gin Topers In a blue book just Issued on phys ical degeneration In London the frightful craving for drink among tho children of the poor Is set forth by Sir Frederick Maurice At an Illustra tion of the growing nvll ho described a typical cast In a hospital at niackheath he says there was a little puny threeyearold child who playItheIIdea of the way to use tho penny Gin was Isis Ideal of happiness Inquiries showed that gin livers for children under three years of ego were a com mon experience of hospital jrartlce WHATS IN A NAME Paragraph Diiiartatiotw UJKD hle Names Given tv 4om Saloon The Herald Wooster 0 his II n tprcstlng article on the name nm to some of the cloons of Hun i vn from which we I ml n few eateeis The Hank You cast I1flI YU money there and twelve rtrlii r rn clpal nor interest In return Us 0 mand are heartless It knows iii mercy and will take the tact cent from the old man who has posed over to Its cashier the earnings of a lifetime The Ark Supposed to be a pIa of safety from the storm and floods butIlike all such places of business a decoy Hanger lurks on every Mt and death Is at the end of the way The Blue loom Warranted to nuke a goose and a fool of Lay mat at test to give him the Lines beyond that Ac quired through any other source The First Change to start on a way that an surely lease down to death as t that night follows day Thfl tint chance to Ie ones money sod man hood to waste time cad talent and f1towould Wing but terror with their sound Uncle Barns Whisky Oh shame or you Karle Sam to allow your name to be used to foster such a business Too direct through your government oUldul the manufacture of all the whisky that le made You place yon stamp of approval upon the pmdlltIyou put In your own porkel a sum for every gallon med You blush nu you dee this thing but yen rr a coward tnrle law aad are afrail youll ostead suite of these mn whotare living on the Mood of their fel lows Stop It trsele Sam Ij Isle liter for nale people Warrant ed to make Ute wifes fare grow whit and worn and to drive the crier fnm- the little children faces as their father spends toe drink that which should bring them oUllqIAN ARAB LEGEND Temp vtMee Lron Drawn from the OM Story fit the Camel end the Tent The Arabs bah a fable from which we way learn a hvlpfvl lesson Once upon a time a Miller shortly after be hM lain down for an afti rro n nap was startled b a ramels nose tf lag thrust In at the door of his house It Is wry cold outside said the camel 1 only with to get m nose in The Miller was aa easy kind of a 8an- ud so the nose was let In The wind Is wry sharp sltet the ramel Pray allow Be U pui sty n I Inside This request was also allowed ar thi neck was also thrust In How fast the rain begins In fa 1 shall pat wet through Will jon let ire piece My shouldete under rover IThis too was granted and so the eam asked for a little MOW and a lit more natll be pushed his whol bats made the huNs The Miller goon began to tw pn to Much trouble by the rude c rniaiitm had tot In his room which was i enough for both and as the f It ii over civilly naked him to degw It you dont like It you marresi r saucily replied tile beautu for- 11t I know who I aa well off nlhstay where I ama This Ia a very good story WiSopfM Arab are all wiser cad bu r for but let us also try to turn It to good ar roust There U a r Mt kaorklnir it thecu trance hall sklieg to be let In Its name Is Drink Let we Inonly a vnry small part at first 80 In routes the Lay and It la not long before little by llltl It gains entire poI loH One In posses I don the master won becomes the tyraat Thus It to that bad thoughts enter the heart then I1 wishes arise then wrong deeds until evil habits rule It II the first step that leads astray FAC AND COMMENT led onjjj pies crealo d man but rr fool ran destroy him United Ire b terlan There Is nothing that will ldrtra k J man like vicious habits tnlt J Inc bjlorlan God has mado nil things good hut man has souidil out many Invention among which none have Indicted mor evil upon the world than the art of mak ing Intoxicating liquors Notional Ad vocateMr William K Johnson had a VfInteresting paper In the Chnutannitoit on Hallway Temperance Regulations stowing that from 75000 to KNIOOO new men employed every year on Amorlrun railroads were obliged to promise to tt total abktalncrs In their work The grand lodge of niHuonn of loarecently In soswlun In Sioux City adopt fil an amendment to the masonic coin under which no saloon keeper or any person engaged In the sate of Intoxicat ing liquors save a pharmacist dlspen Ing under a state permit will be permit ted to join till masonic fraternity In the state of Iowa In the future NationalIIAilvocuto A wellknown German doctor in ono of Vermont citlcs bore the following testimony to the liquor trnlllr wader II cense Lint year I could collect J250 per month This year I cannot collect 50 Its all going for whisky This bids fair to be the roranxHi vtrdi t f physicians merchants landless art tax collectors as saloons ten try fu extract money from tho porlut r 1 average men who drink How Kr shall it continue uo li 1fffii1 n ryl e mI MwVVr UCl 1Lt1 CHEAP POULTRY HOUSES Valuable Suggestions from nn Illi nois Lady Who linn Made lien Keeping a Success 1 keep about 800 fowls and have eev era small houtes such as shown In ac companying Illustration The house are built tame of pine and tome of oak lumber They are 7 feet wide and 10 feet long 7 feat high In front and 4k feet at buck Sills are Jx4lnch oak caps pine They have one window six lights 24x30 Inches In front 3 1vf from the ground one small window Uhowt glass but a wooden shutter 2 IXfUHIOK VIEW UP 1101810J fort mttaro IB end air and restitution two Mils for fowls IN fMML Hate platform length of house 3 feel wMa under perches to catch d- rupIS This la kept covered with dirt r duel- ItetwesH dropping boards aad floor Is a platform for neat AU platforms aNd pmfces are removable llouttt have laratIThe exiLe ant Hi Id Inches placid clow to the ground ON stormy days the door Ic kept oktttrt the fowls plug la and out through the exits The wlcdowi bate strong flue meabed wire nailed on the outside aparti IIOtHK KIIOM rr THE OIT8IDR I yet there Is little trouble in keeping the Hocks separate Kacb house shelter kens aad I keep ten cockerels with four flesh They haw unlimited range Tlsl eggs hatch better tbao when a rock Is kept for every 12 or IS bens Tile IriMrlor of Ute bout II also shown Tilt platform Is whitewashed and duet or Nod it sprinkled oa It Tb pertbos are 2 or 3 Inches In diameter Hetween thr poor Mid dropping platform Is aa mfcer plaUorn 2 fet wide on which the teat are plated Tko nests are sometimes boxes made of short pieces of board but usually are null boios bought at the grocery for eeott Melt IB the corner opposite the door Is usually a barrel of road dust The hone use It for a dust bath and I use It for the dropping boards They also ute It for a Ht box which disapprove of Tie eat of two bourns was as follows Lumber 785 the pine lumber was secondhand and I got It for half price nails J cents glue and putty cents hinges and locks 40 cent paper ce ment and nail 17 tS fI lIt on piper and cement 1X8 total of J 1774 forma tcrJnlslx days labor at fl per day would add U making the total coat J2S74 or not quite 111 for earn Two other houses made of new lumber and battens Instead of paper which cost JM 28 oil and point 113 LI pounds nuts SG cents tbres windows JI06 wire netting 105 hinges lock and limps 59 cent days labor ffi making the total cost 3104 or 1552 ffIchMre K K Dalton In Orange Judd Farmer FINE FEED FOR THE HENS ttathreshcd Grain Produces Results That Will Surprise Those Wino have Pod ItNever t Save a small amount of unthreahed grain for the poultry You will save the thrashers bill on It and the poultry will even pay younnlco profit for the privilege oj wdrKlng It over for their own benefit by an Increased sup ply oLgB and thriftiness nod growth alsotpurpose ns the main object Is to fur nub the poultry with some Intertwine employment Save enough of the un threshed grain to furnish one good IHd bundle for every 30 liens In the suck dally Whole grain can with ad vanlago be scattered among tho straw It will prevent tho greod ones from glutting themselves while the small and weal ones havo a chance to sol their sharo of the grain After the straw has been thoroughly worked over and all grain picked out It should be all raked up and removed before bringing In n fresh bundle If possible the unthroshed grain should bo placed under a shod or In a barn to keep dry If tintureshcd grain cannot bo ob tained dry fresh straw and chaff vIII bo a good substitute to sprinkle the grain among If frequently changed lint it will not give as good results as the unthreshed grain owing to the amount of healthy exercise which the unthreshed grain will furnish Mid land Farmer SOMEFACTSFORBREED E Rsl Why Close Attention Should Be Paid to tho Individual Merits of Farm Animals The breeder of cattle sooner or Uter comes to rc IUe the fact that individ ual merit moat be the chief thing con sidered In an animal At first he h Inclined to stake everything on pool gree but after a time he cornell t realize that pedigrees are indicative only of certain facts in tho past his tory of the breed but are not enough to use as a foundation In building up n herd A remote ancestor of hilt animals may have been n wonder in his ability to make meat but It be seen after n little figuring that very small part Indeed of the blood of that animal can be In the animals ha owns If Inbreeding is not prac ticed the tenth generation after aa animal each of hit progeny will have In him less than onethousandth part of the blood of that sire or dam and the rut will be from the blood of animas not particularly noted Therefore Individual merit must re celv a large amount of attention Some one has aald that a pedigree running back IE generations would conW- over 31000 names which will chow how little of thft blood of any rote nicer tor any one animal can lAve Pedigrees are of value but sometimes they are positive Injury to the breeder who keeps an animal with a pedigree when he would have killed the atutaal before breeding It If It bad no nedlgm- But for all this the buyer of cattle If they are to be used for breed vg pot poses puts great weight OR the pedigree though there may be little In There always chanre that Mmthing unusual nay come out of It and th ordinary buyer Is ready to lake tin chance In many ewes pedigree are profitable only In the sale of an nnlnul and that only because of the senilmop- of the gayer We believe there U more danger of losing sight of the Individu ality of an animal than of losing sight nf 111dONanimal that Is to be used for a breeder acd if he dO not In conforma ion and other qualities come up to tintype desired fatten him or her for tin shambles Farmers Review A CHEAP HOUSE FOR HOGS The Structure Here Described Will Pay for Itself In the Course of n Single Season Every farmer who raises a doten more hogs through the season shout have a tuiuble place for them to sleep and eat A neat and comfortable houio ran be built from native lumber tin- opt of which can b made perhaps one season by the number of pigs saved during farrowing time and by econ omy of ted Uctldes the bogs will be Iy1iI xoviL noatiot sta more healthy in having a clean feeWlnj floor and dry sleeping quarters suggestssimplvery cheap This Is a abedroof build InK facing south which has wveral IUfthlneTbTifeedroom8x12 and the alley four feet wide Par rowing pens are 6x8 feet each The dot partltlonlRacklighted Small doors In front open into gralbinroomOrgngmood SUNSHINE IN THE STABLE Light Ia Ewtntlnl to the Welfare a HOIMS and Other Animals Confined Within Wells tohurlNIs to human brines lu not lotc sigh- of this fact when building stablos Dena This Is too often done an stables for both borse and cattle ar too dark The eyes of horse are not Infrequently Injurcxl by being Kept In dark stables Our house as a rule are much hotter lighted than our siablis yet we nil know how uncini fortable It la to go out of a well light ed housu Into the glare of iiiurhlnr especially If there Is snow on th ground The effect Is oven worse 02 horses and cows Aside from atspetlal effect on the eyes light an lunshlno In stables are of vast Im portance to tho general health anl thr ft of farm stock and they should always be constructed with a view admitting as much as possible 10I both In old barns and stables where the stoic quarters are dark and as necessary consequence damp it woul be a good Idea to put In seine wln dowi to admit light and sunshine Into them Tho present is a good time to attend to this and tho con siderate person will do It Thornai W Lloyd In N Y Tribune Farmer Wheat Produces Cheap Pork Ifpork or bacon produced by wheat will bo as marketable aa that pro duced by corn the latter will take second place In tho porkgrowing proem At the Oregon experiment station 3YO- itml of wheat a day produced one pound 01 hog meat dally whereas it took 358 pounds of corn to produce tho same result Tho period of tho test was 21 days Another tact dis closed was that the hogs fatten almost half as fast again tho first half cf tie fattening period as they do during the second half Tho heavy lard hogs take more feed than the ouugi smaller bacon bogs IllS HUNT FOR HOES John remarked Mrs Ullffkln to her houband at they Blood on the back porch do you see how tho woods are Iiwllhhome tonight and hoe them up All right responded Ullffkln but Ill have to get a hoe first We havent oany IWell said Mrs Bllffkln youd botj tor go Into tho cash department store whoa you go down this morning and get one I saw some advertlfcd for S3 cents In tho paper this morning Now mind you dont forge It casharemarking to himself I ought to be at the oince right now hut Itll take only a minute to get that hoe A floorwalker stopped up as Ullffkln looked about What department are you looking for elr- PIahdo you keep lions 7 naked nilffkln ai ho looked about vainly for a night of the article Hoso Yes sir this way third aisle to the left Miss Pillion will you please stylescor am afraid the floorwalker doesnt under stand what = noralkeuLare a show you something real swell In title thread linen heels tales and toesall the rage and weve marked em down from a dollar to 71 cents You know we tell more hofo than all tho rat of the slates In town put together IlllttklnLWell perhaps these ribbed varieties Rellsthen bores something swagger In polka dots fait colors and only 16 cents a pairt face grew redder Let mo tell you Ob yea I Mippose you do know what you want inciter than I do I was merely PUirgesUng Well I ran Rive you the new styles In lUchellou ribbed or cadet grounds In blue pink purple cerise shades every tan combination at well thousandiCertainly but being the head clerk of this department I thought I could give you some snirgesilons as to what your wife would like Now hore Is an Imported hoeo Just In from Parts but they are expensive and I hardly think you would CAre for them They come highd rare If they come four high exclaimed the exasperated tfftI 11111LOh you want mens hOle do you Why didnt you say so In the ant place them You known I moot high in price you men hateful old nilffkln didnt wait to hoar the reft of the sentence lie hurried down an other aisle as If In a trance until ho- found another floorwalker Hoes be muttered honwly Im after boos Have you got such a thing In this store And tell me where I can nowIyoung man hose Why yes sir of course w 1 thisIson you will show this gentleman the different kinds of tore we carry 7 Simpson rubbed hit hand and smiled affably HoteT All right Guess wo ran satisfy you Suppose you want nometlitng pretty grad dont pay to get the cheap kind whets you get hose Now here Is an article we can guarantee conies In 10foot lengths and It only cents a foot with a noisle thrown IlxI and we mnke a of a ITffWlr outfit as Hut young willIVeil then expensive Warranted genuine pnrn splitLantee for a year too and If It splits anywhere bring It back and get your money Simpsono alheres another toeut more but we bought pretty heavy on this grade and were making a special drive In It Illlffkln has been trying vainly to a hearing and when Simpson gelI he thundered out See here you wontedea Why ahthe floorwalker sir asdmany as yen ImarllItellII want a hoe not hose do you under stand Can you grasp thoJdea with iU thedyou use a garden got a long wooden handle on em that you work so fashion sec Oh n hoe ell1 Oh I see now Why didnt you say to In the first place thon Why didnt I say to Wasnt I trying my best to tell you all the while you were working that mug and shoot- Ing off that Jaw of yours Now if you have got such an article or Imple ment say so and If you havent got It Ill go where folks know what n man moans without all this internal non sense and nilffkln glared at the awed clerk like a caged hyena The hardware department down In the basement And as Illlffkln tramped heavily down the aisle he growled to himself Hy thunder Some folks are the biggest fools on the face of the earth Wom ens hose rubber hose mans hose Hub NY Tribune nm Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and line FINE invite you to drive both for pleasure end pro Tit Does your Harness look well as tko rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the general appearance waylout youdecideness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont coot much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Skin Dlsoasos Eczema Totter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relievedand uickly cured by the free use of Para com ph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes tho skin healthy and smooth S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor halth I am forced to close out my entire ltock to quit busiae a I have 25 sets of the fluett Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones Bud Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hero in your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call pricesIBorea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Notice On of the recent actionoftkelventucky College colored students the IBerea College 1855 1 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL r K Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Stator Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young meet and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCortificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and lot life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical loading Baccalaureate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are bore help nil who will themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pity for board advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within S29DO Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring torn6 of 11 weoks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron IXrOnilATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUE SEC3ETART t WILL OAI1BLES Berea Madison County fCy Madison County Roller Mills H I 3 i F M4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Alcal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i i Wo Potts Duerson i White Station Ky 00I0 y FOUndodI DYSPEPSIA CIJPE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The SIOO boa co uns 2c1 tlmtlte trial whch reds for so aataP- APAILO OLY LALOIATOY or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL i FREE Scl101arships Tnt CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms of one young mnn nnd one young vomau from each of the following Counties Clay Estilj Jackson Lee Madison Owaloy Pulnski nail Itockenstlo Those sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their ownICounty who take TOE CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st This should be Riled out with file nnmai and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County whom you with scholarships to be given Theso ballots when received at Tns CITIZEN office count one each for the young mnn and young woman whose names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription Tut CITIZEN willre ceive a blank entitling them one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months 50 votes for each 3 months 25votes 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 Tim CITIZEN for two terms in Berca College which will save each one from 800 to 1100 in cash The only expense which they willbo put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea hau any other firstclan ttchool in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year nnd 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 mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance just as good as anybody START NOW I Cut this out fill In with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take account Leg islature Berea can receive no coming year therefore this offer is open only to white contestants to to help in endorsed C Id PRIDE else Tee to to to to at is I vote for lire of postdffice county IS the most popular young man find fog Misa of postoffico county at the most popular young woman I L 5IsernAeryrelr 1tIfn J1iI 11tlb w J1XJ1 CHEAP POULTRY HOUSES Valuable Suggestions from an Illi nois Lady Who Una Made lien Keeping a Success 1 keep about 900 fowls and have acv oral small houses mich as shown In ac componylng Illustration The houses are built soma of pine and some of oak lumber They are 7 feet wide and 10 feet long 7 feet high In front and 4H feet IIatbuek Bills arc Sxliuch oak caps Inoh plno They have one window six llfchts 24x30 Inches In front 3 1otfrom tho ground ono small window glass but a wooden shutter 2 1NTBIUOH view UP 110810I frtt square In end air and ventilation two exits for row in front Have platform lellltb of house 3 feet wide ruder perchee to catch drop lnns This Is kept covered with dirt or flwL Between dropping boards and floor Is a platform for n eU All platforms and perefcet ors removable i1oas hue earth tears Koch house km one large door placed In Ike end eloee to the trout i The exit are ItxlO leches placed dOle to the KitraHd OH stormy days the door Is Wept GlOtud the fowl going In and out through the oxIU Till windows bare strong fine meshed wire nailed on the outside apartI trIlocart FROM TilE urTsiMt yet there Is little trouble In keeping the Iblterltijfour fleeks They have unlimited range The egg hatch better than when a cock Is kept fur every IX or IS bens Tbe listener of the house Is also shown Tile platform Is whitewashed and dust or etmd li sprinkled on It Tbe oenckee art 2 or 3 Inches In diameter Iletween the floor and dropping platform Is another platform 8 tNt wide on which tbe Lots are plated Tho nosU are somtUrars boxes made of short pieces of board but usually art mall boxes taught at the grocery for coMa each In tile corner opposite the door Is usually a barrel of rod dust The hens use It for a dust bath and I ute It for the dropping boards They also ute It for a nest box which I disapprove of The oat of two bourN warn as follows Lumber 1786 the pine lumber was secondband and I tot It for halt price naUlIO cents glass and putty C9 coats hinges and looks 40 rents paper ceo ment and nails 1715 frelrht on paper and cement llM total of JI774 for ma terial six days labor at Iplr day would add ii making the total lIt J2874 or not quite IZ for each Two other houses Indo of now lumbor and battens Instead of paper which cost 2825 oil and paint 113 14 pounds nails cents three window 106 wire nettlmr JlOJ liInflM locks and hasps 59 cents days labor ranking Die total cost 31104 or 1662 InehMra K K Dal ton In Orange Judd Farmer FINE FEED FOR THE HENS Unthreahcd Grain Produces Results That Will Surprise Those Who Have Never Fed It t Save a small amount of iinthreshcd grain for tho poultry You will save tho throehors bill on It and the poul try will even pay you a nice profit for the privilege of working It over for their own benefit by an Increased sup ply of eggs and thriftiness coil growth 1 Jamong the flock Wheat is best for this purpose but rye and oats are also excellent If to desired you can select some of your poorest grain for this purpose as the main object Is to fur nish the poultry with some Interesting employment Save enough of tbe un threshed grain to furnish one good tlzed bundle for every 30 hens In the lock dally Whole grain can with ad vantage bo scattered among tho straw It will prevent tho greedy onoj from glutting themselves while thu small and weak ones havo a chance to get their share of the grain After the straw has been thoroughly worked over and all grain picked out It should I be all raked up and removed before bringing In a fresh bundle If possible the unthroshed grain should be placed under a shod or In a barn to keep dry If untbreshed grain cannot bo ob tained dry fresh straw and chart will be a good substitute to sprinkle the grain among If frequently changed but It will not give as good results as the unlhreshcd grain owing to tho amount of healthy exercise which the untbreahcd grain will furolilt AJJd land harmer SOME FACTS FOR BREEDERS Why Close Attention Should Be Paid to the Individual Merits of Faun Animals The breeder of cattle sooner or later cornea to realise till fact that individual merit must be the chief thing con sidered In an animal At first he h Inclined to stake everything on pedi gree but after a time he comes to realize that pedigrees are indicative only of certain facts In the past his tory of the breed but are riot enough to use as a foundation in building up a herd A remote ancestor of his animals may have been a wonder In his ability to make meat but It will be seen after a little figuring that very small part Indeed of tho blood of that animal can be in the animals he owns If Inbreeding Is not practiced the tenth generation after an animal ouch of his progeny will have in him loss than onethousandth part of the blood of that sire or dam and the rest will be from tho blood of anneals not particularly noted Therefore Individual merit must re ceive a large amount of attention Some one has said that a pedigree run ning back 1C generations would contain over 31000 names which will show how little of the blood of any remote ances tor any one animal can faavc Pedigrees are of value but sometimes they are a positive injury to the breeder who keeps an animal with a pedigree when he would have killed the onitaal before breeding It It It bad no pedigree Dut for all this the buyer of cattle If they are to be used for brrttdl tg pur pose puts great weight or the podl gree though there may be little In It There Is always chance that Mmthing unusual may come out of It and the ordinary buyer Is ready to take the chance In many eases pedigrees are profitable only In the sale of an animal and that only because of the sentiment of the buyer We believe there It more danger of losing sight of the Individu ality of an animal than of 1000IIgIIlhtnt IUIYcloteanimal that Is to be used for a breeder and If be dos not In conformation and other qualities come up to the type desired fatten him or her for the shambles Farmers Review A CHEAP HOUSE FOR HOGS The Structure Here Described Will Pay for Itself In the Course of a Single Season Every farmer who raises a doses e more huge through the season should have a suitable place for them to sleep and oat A neat and comfortable house can be built from native lumber tho coat of which can be made perhaps In pllClSI1YfddurlllK omy of feed DMldo tbe hogs will be AIODYIltoalloL sa more healthy in having a steno fectilnj floor and dry sleeping quarters The accompanying plan suggests s simple noghoute which can bo built very cheap This is a shedroof build lag facing south which has several InnshlneThe Thllt8x12 and the alley four feet wide Farrowing pens are 6x8 feet reach The dot ted line murk movable partitions welllllthtedgrainisleroGmOraDgeJIIQd SUNSHINE IN THE STABLE Light Is Essential to the Welfare of Horses and Other Animals Confined Within Wells lohorailIs to human beings Da not lose sight of thla tact when building stablos and pens This Is too often done and stables for both liorsus and cattle are too dark The eyes of horsoa are nut Infrequently Injured by being kept In dark Htnblea Our houses a rue are much bettor lighted than our stnbl s yet wo nil know how unccmt Suitable It IB to go out of a well lighted house Into the glare of sinifhlnv especially If there Is snow on the ground Tho effect Is even worse 02 horses anti cows Aside from any spoilal effect on tho eyes light and sunshine In stables are of vast Im parlance to the general health and tlirft of ferret stocic oust they should always be constructed with a view 10 admitting as much as possible or both In old barns and stables where tho stole quarters are dark and as a necessary consequence damp It would be a good Idea to put In some win dow to admit light and sunshine Into them Tho present Is a good tlmo to attend to this arid tho con siderate person will do It Thomas W Lloyd In N Y Tribune Farmer Wheat Produces Cheap Pork Ifpork or bacon produced by wheat will bo as marketable as that pro duced by corn the latter will take sec ond place In tho pork At the Oregon experiment station 3VO und of wheat a day produced one pound ot hog meat dally whereas it took 358 pounds of corn to produce the same result Tho period of the test was 21 days Another fact dis closed was that the hogs fatten almost half as fast again the first half ct tta fattening period as they do during the second half Tho heavy lard hogs take moro feed than the younger smaller bacon hog IllS HUNT FOR HOES John remarked Mrs Ullffkln to her lioubnnd na they etood on the back orellcomingwith youd come out here when you get homo tonight arid boo them up All right responded Ullflkln but Ill have to get a boo first We havent any Well said Mrs Bllftkln youd bet ter go Into tho cash department store when you go down this morning and get one I saw some advertised for S3 cents In the paper this morning Now wind you dont forget It lie dropped oft the car at the cash department store and hurried Inside remarking to himself I ought to be at the offleo right now but Itll take only a minute to get that hoe A floorwalker stopped up as Dllffkln looked about What department are you looking for slr- T1alldo you keep hoes asked nilffkln as ho looked about vainly for a sight of the article Hote Yes sir this way third aisle to the left Miss Plllson will you please show this gentleman our latest styles of hose Dllffkln blushed iahIor am afraid the floorwalker doesnt under stand what Of course not Those floorwalkers are such a stupid lot Now lot mo show you something real swell In lisle thread linen reels soles and toesall the rage and weve marked em down from a dollar to 71 cents You know wo sell more hose than all the root of the stores In town put together I beg your pardon began Dllffkln but I dont want Well perhaps these ribbed varieties will suit your wife bettor No Well then heres something swagger In polka dots fast colors and only 1C cents a pair Dllffklns face grew redder Let mo tell you Oh yes I suppose you do know what you want bettor than I do I was merely ituggestlng Well I ran give you the new stylos In Rlchvllou ribbed or cadet grounds In blue pink purple cerlleI shades every tan combination as and very taking We sold a thousand pairs of lheteWill you let mo Certainly but being the head clerk of this department thought I could glvo you some suggestions as to what your wife would like Now here Is an Imported hose Just In from Paris but they are expensive and I hardly think you would care for them They come hlhI taro If they come four rCPt exclaimed the exasperated Dllff kin It you will lot me explain I dont want thus kind of hose at all young woman I Oh you want mens hose do you Why didnt you say to In the first plane them You known I meant high In price you men hateful old Dllffkln didnt Walt to hear the rest of the sentence He hurried down an other aisle as If In a trance until he found another floorwalker best he muttered hoarsely Im thingjnow young man lloe Why ye sir of course wn have hose best In town too Right this way down that aisle to the loft Simpson you will show this gentleman tho different kinds of hose we carry Simpson rubbed his hands and smiled affably lose All right Guess we can satisfy you Suppose you want something pretty good dont pay to got tho cheap kind when you Jet hose Now here Is an article we can guarantee comes In 40foot lengths and Is only six cents a foot with a notclo thrown In and we make you a present of a full repair outfit AS well Out young man I dont want that Well then heres something more expensive Warranted genuine rubber all through wont crack 8PIlt1 rot or dry out glee you a written guar antee for a year too and It It splits any whore bring It back and get your money Colts you 10 cents a root and Simpson paused to catch his breath I am looking for n Dargaln ehZ Well heres another grado blpgwt bargain In town used to be IS cents a root marked down to only eight cents Cost us more than that but we bought pretty heavy on this grade and were making a special drive In It Dllffkln hns been trying vainly to get a hearing and when Simpson paused ho thundered out See here you young monkey Who In Dalak said I wanted to get a hone WhRhlhe floorwalker sir Yes that floorwalker has about as many brains as the rest of you Internal idiots In hare Youre all a lot of smart Alecks If you would give me a chance to get In a word edgewise I would you the kind of goods I am looking tellI I want a hoe not hoso do you under stand Can you grasp tho Idea with Its full meaning Hoes Iron hoes the kind you use for digging weeds out of a garden got a long wooden handle on em that you work so fashion Oh a hoe eh Oh I see now Why didnt you say to In the first place then Why didnt I say EoT Wasnt I try Ing my best to tell you all the while you were working that mug and shooting off that Jaw of yours Now If you have got such an article or Imple ment say so and If you havent got It Ill go where folks know what a man means without all this Infernal non sense and Dltffkln glared at the awed clerk like a caged hyena The hardware department Is down In the basement And as Dllffkln tramped heavily down the aisle he growled to himself By thunder Some folks are the biggest fools on the face of tho earth Wom ens hose rubber hose moos hose Huh NY Tribune Buggy or Carriage Harness F INE WEATHER and fine roads invite you to drive both for pleasure and fit Does your llarDes8- look RS well as tko rest of your turnout or is it shabby cud thus detract from the appearanceIf easy wa- ylOUt of it Select a uew set Buggy or Carriage lIar from Our Large Stock astonishingly reasonable prices However if1 you decide to mako your old har ness do let ua put it in good repair for you It wont cost muche T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv Skin Dlsoasos Eczema Totter Pimples Salt Ulioiim aro instantly relieved and quickly cured by tho free use of Para campb It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes the akin healthy and smooth S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor haith 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 lent is your oppor unity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Borea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky m Take On the Kentucky the coming therefore is contestants IBerea College Founded 1855 II PLACES BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALLff Over 40 Teachers and Students from 26 Stator Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONSr ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and foe lifa College CoursesLitorary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalanr nto degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to holp all who will holp themselves toward a education Our hmtruction is a freo Students tray a small incidental fee to meet expenses the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expanses for fall torm nt 14 weeks maybe brought within S29DO Winter term of 11 weeks J2700 Spring term 11 weoks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation aunts Methodists Presbyterians and good people all denominations ron INFORMATION FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SECTETAnT 1 C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills B HHiIHHIdb Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i HPHF Potts 2 rsontII Wbitc Kjr DYSPEPSJAOJPE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 5100hottecou 2 timut e trial Ml eils for 50 cent oCLY LAOItATOV or- E C IleWITT as COMPJNY CHICAGO ILL wc TII II FESc- ho1arships THE CITIZBX will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms of one young mnn nnd one young woman from each the following Counties Clay Estilj Jackson Lee Madison Owaley Pulaski and Ifoekcnstle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who tube Tree CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week now until December 1st This should be Filled out with the names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you scholarships to bo given These ballots when received at Tree CITIZEN office count one for the young mart tied young woman whose names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to TIJE CITIZEN will re ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred for each of their favorite candidates 0 months 60 votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young titan and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will havo their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College which will save each one to 1400 in cash TIll only expense to which they willbo put is for board and roots and good bOurd arid rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other JirsLclast itchool in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever theIcoming year and if you or any of friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out tho ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys START NOW I Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Notice account of the recent action of Leg Islature Berca College can receive no colored students year this offer open only to white TIIE 900 Applied Science loading Christian gift of of of AND WILL Etc to The bch of from with each votes from 800 your I vote for Mr ot postoffice county as the most popular young man rind ro Visa of postoffice county at the most popular young woman I The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT FAMILT Ncwsrirra Pnbllthrd every Thursday at Bert Ky IJAfES M RACER and Publisher ficnscurrTioN IIATKSr- ATABLZ IX IDViKCK One year flro Sir months M Three month A send money by Pol once Money Order Ex press Money Check Unit Registered Letter or one and two cent Mainp The fret after your name shows to what- yate your subscription paid If It li not llbinted within three weeks after urndlne ui oney notify ui stoppedbustriptlon paying all arrmr otlicrvli we jnldcr that they with It continued Notify ns at one ofiany chanselln your ad KrMiKlTlngbothold end new addrcoei- MlMlnc Number due to wruprors rnmlnf itf In the mails or otherwise Ill be sup lied if we are notified Wanted In Write for rarlytUblcrlpUonltoe year JBUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furniehings in every room All service Gret class pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop f ICyCourt Ice Cream i All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables I Ji Phono JOESNo 58 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printing office BEBBI Kv Open Every Day from 0 oclock m until 4 oclock pm Dont Llo Awako At night and scratch until you are crazy Faracamph relieves instantly itching and bleeding piles It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottle is guaranteed to give you satis faction or money refunded So why suffer Get a bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High i Grade Pianos and Organs i Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptlyI Berea Ky A Power For Good The pills that are potent in then action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says Dur- Ing a bilious attack I took one Smal as it was it did me more good thai calomel blue mass or any other pill ever took and at the same time tin 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 Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Kj PRONE No 73 Miller House ensMprices Next door to Joos R G Engle Prop St Richmoud Kj ijrainI preparliedCLOCK GUN and GENERAl REPARING promptly Clean Lug and Pressing a specialty gunrantoeddW Aa Williams e T mIlll lrt ttrnfrnriutu Are mriuIJ uvrrrmu rb By C HOWARD WALKER A Prominent Architect i lIJ Ts not because pecuniary rewards attract that so many youths choose professional life for in fact as far as monetary suc cesses are concerned greater opportunities occur in mercan tilt anti manufacturing enterprises It is rather that to the professional man two doors arc open at the very beginning ol his career which only yield to the distinct and individual merit of those who follow manufactures or trade They an tit doors of social recognition and of political opportunity Occasionally outside of the professional life spcia advantages or peculiar ability may lead directly to both but in most cases the ranks of the social and of the political world are largely recruited from the professions It is natural therefore that many who may never hope for great attainment choose a profession for the collateral distinction that accrues to it and in this sense the professions ire certainly overcrowded inasmuch as they contain men who add little to the general mass of results while accepting the recognition accorded to their class With the artisan the manufacturer and the business man no lint ilar condition exists He receives no reflected glory whatever merit hf may acquire comes directly from effort and from individual ability His goal in many cases is to put himself by the accumulation of money into the very position which the professional man occupies because o his profession If he is an artist a creator his great delight is in hit achievement but few men are favored with the power to create The counter attractions outside of he professions are then princi pally the pleasure of dealing with large enterprises ami comprehensive problems and of acquiring wealth while common to both professional and nonprofessional life is the delight in achievement itself There is a persistent query why the crafts seem so little in favor and also if they do not present an excellent opportunity for success The objection to them is twofold first the craftsman or artisan of today is at the mercy of the trades union second his environment while he is at work has ceased to be an agreeable one In the past when the work was entirely the result of his own skill and had the hallmark of his abil ity there was constant incentive to progress now he handles a machine which produces a thousandfold a piece of a whole which is assembled from many other portions produced by other men and his individual has ceased The workshop is noisy often dirty and in squalid surround ings and the more sensitive and highly organized the man the less he likes the prospect of spending his life in such an environment Also outside of the professions there is a long apprenticeship to be gone through before any man becomes an independent agent cven general managers of railroads are on salarieswhile in the professions he is almost immediately independent if he can get enough to keep body and soul together And finally the professions require little cashcapital while any business requires some The professional mans assets are his training plus his brains assets ofwhich age or disease alone can deprive him Is it then at all extraor dinary that a career which requires Ititle capital which affords immedi ate social recognition of which the training is not very valuable in out direction but produces the material from which are made leaders of men in many spheres of action should be sought byso many Youth will naturally crowd into the professions even with tire cer tainty of overcrowding until other avocations offer equal rewards To those who desire wealth the professions offer slight encouragement already The chief improvement in manufactures trades etc to be made to induce a following is that of more attractive surroundings As a mat ter of fact 60 per cent at least of mans waking hours are spent in work and it is to be expected that the choice of the work will depend a great deal upon the pleasure in the doing of it UIirnntnttr tExtatrnrr By ELLEN OSMONDE Writer of Fashion Article Ruskin has told us that wherever men are noble they love brighl color but medical science has now still further set it down that not has color a distinct effect on nationalas well as individual character but that it is also beneficial iI indeed not absolutely essential to health This being so it is obvious that Dame Fashion takes no light reason sibility on herself when she determines that certain shades shan be pop ular while it is claer that doctors do not sufficiently preach this doctrine to their patients and those who have the charge of the sick and the young Certainly if as medical scientists arc now maintaining color can affect our physical mental and moral wellbeing or otherwise there ought to bf no delay whatever in preaching this doctrine far and wide and putting the theory into practice Oru babies should be reared in rooms whose colors could be changed as the children developed They should be clothed accordingly they should only sec their parents in cheerful array We ourselves should sleep beneath different colored lights we should bathe in bathroooms where a blue or green or pink tint should suffuse our rooms with the hade which induces hilarity our houses in gay hues We ihouid banish blacks and grays and browns from our midst Perhaps the houses of the future will be arranged on a fresh hygienic plan and lighting arrangements will be so arranged that we can turn whatever colors we choose on ourselves and our guests at a moments notice Thus if conversation flagged or became lugubrious we might suffuse our rooms with the shade which induces hilarity if a family squabble seemed imminent the peaceful color could be switched on and if the baby were cross it might instantly be laid under the blue or orange light as the case might be At all events we have evidently good reason to cultivate and study color muss uf Emmtrg By REV RAY C HARKER Pastor Roger Park MtthodUt Church Chlctfo Only Love is necessary in mans relation to the state Men rob munici palities pillage the coff ers of the nation scan dalize our civilization because no love for city or country beats in their bosoms Love must rescue society Society is sick at heart and needs a remedy suited to its disease We hear of strikes and of rumors of strikes Mans hand clutches the throat of his neigh bor Human life is constantly imperiled Tumult and collision arc com mon Tile air is tremulous with unrest At times and in spots society seethes like a caldron Where is the panacea Love that recognizes duties as well as claims rights feels obligations as well as clamors for privileges THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lotion in the International Series for September 85 1004 Quar terly Beview Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright l r J M K4i on- GOIDKN TKXT FOR glAHTKHTln Lord In merciful unit graclouleam IOfS The Quarterly Review Tho Kings The quarters lessons have taken ua over about 80 years of tho history of Judah and Israel Three lessons have been devoted to the kings of Judah Itehoboam Asa and Jeaom nhat nnd nine to the kingdom of Israel Following the splendid reign of David and the magnlflcent reign orI Davids son Solomon UehoaboAiu tho tatters son mme to tho throne anti It was his pride and impolitic conduct which alienated tho ten tribe from Judith the ruling house Jereboam the sun of Nebat became king over tho northern kingdom and Heboboam eon tinued ns king over Judah and part of the tribe of Henjamln Kings of Judah and Israel The following diagram gives the king of the two kingdoms the length of their respective reigns and the prophets who served In Judah and Israel Note the great number of in Israel mid the shortness of their rllgni an compared with the Kings of Judah 1SftfllEL DAVID g0 YRS1- AAI1l4N ISOLOMON Y4 lEHD80A1fjIYIiJ JrroeatMprs so- v5mflAbl sA w v rrner 4JMMN0aea 6J N19d91 YRBAAJWs tWt HMfrH AS Y7MN6J INM1V- 11lflfOlYl F N rl rl t VHJflI fa rfjj JfNVMPq4Pls 1tlJ yrSJ N CUJWJEH 7 ElSNMIII112J NVe JIH- ALlAH Fa rRs The Xante of tb4t Prophet are In Black Paced Tsw The LCMOM Of the the king considered In the lesson two were good and four were bad but even th4 jpxxl kings made grave mistakes which Godi did not fall to record for our Inttruc ttoM and warning Note that the gen oral tendency In the two kingdom la downward toward the ulthmaie ruin which on ulfed Ant Israel and then Judah The events of the IOMOM natu rally group themselves around the kings of Judah and Israel and the rophwt Klijah For this reason the review may well be made a character study Note how the character of the kings determine largely the char aster of the nation good kings bring Ing about wholesome reforms and bad kings causing great moral and religlj Otis decline The lessons are God of Ills mercy pativnce Rod Judgment on sin of sin Its beginnings Its progreu lu ultimate ruin and death of prayer Its Important the character of true prayer Its power and the ne coMlty of ImerIHevl w be general sign to capable members of the school brief papers on the different kings and Elijah If It Is a class review the teacher may assign suck papers to the membors of the class Or each one may be asked to bring In written the kings with their prominent tmltfI of character enumerated an boam proud unreasonable weak yet oppressive Jereboam ambitious un scrupulous ungodly Asa Godfearing enterprfltnglbrae points In each lesson by an acrostic exercise Take the names of the kings and of Elijah anti after the following manner toll of the events of the los Sons Tlehoboam ruptured the kingdom Exasperated his subjects Heeded not wise ad vide Obeyed false leaders Donfted of what he would do Ordered Adoram to a fatal task Almost lost his own life Made a failure of life Jeroboam built cities Established ills kingdom Itched on his own wisdom Evil purposes carried out Built golden calves Ordered people to worship them Altered the feast days Made priests of the lowest of people Asa allied himself with God Sought for religious revival Applied himself to national problems The above will gho the Idea and the rest of the lessons can be worked out in this manner This method would also prove attractive and successful for a general blackboard exorcise Rams Horn Blasts Breeding over troubles but hatches new broods There is little to inspire in aspire with a debt on it A largo house often gives the soul a cramped feeling He must have a holy purpose who seeks Heavenly power The presence of the Master makes the mansions of His people Man cannot llvn by bread alono and be will not work for bread alone A little money today may bo worth more than a big monument tomorrow 1W j r aN7ifh uu n DRINK DID IT The Sad Confession of n Man DrTaken to Prison for Partici patton In n Murder This wits the confession of one Har ry Napoleon who wat recently taken to the prison at Columbus 0 to serve out a life sentence for murder Drink did it lie kept on repeat Ing think and had companions Coal how wlb I hall never tousled the one and avoided the other And the Md part of It Is they wrecked not only my life but brought sorrow Sad woe to my pour old parent Just think he said the Ant drink I ever toot was bought fur me 1t1arlImy look a pledge not to touch liquor tilt I WM 11 During all that time mot lowed the pledge faithfully sad White other buys met and rushed the growl er stayed 1aact when I wasted company I sought those I wet at church When I became 21 made up my mind to keep on abstaining from Intoxicants tint just a month afterward I came downtown one day with this relative and be took me into a saloon We met some friends and they all wanted to buy drinks I drank several bottles of pop and then because this relative said pop wasnt r DRINK nIl IT1 rood for me I took a glass or beer The next thins I look was a flaaa of whisky In a few minutes I was drunkIt was months afterward before I tasted It again but when t did the rsscwtis easy I began Meeting with tore sad men and took part in their trawler rose lag I drank AS muck M any of them The night we are supposed to have killed the roan I was drunk and so was Newman I had been In the saloon next door to whet I lived on AUntie street and bad a few drinks When I went out Neuman followed me limping amIan Inoffensive looking flow and passed me without saying a word though be looked as If be wanted to ask some thingWhen he got back to Nenman he asked him where some one livid Nenman was In a quarrelsome mood and struck him and the fellow struck back I ran to help Newman land thats all there was to It We put body alongside the track to make It appear he had fallen from a train If I hadnt been drinking I woHU never have mixed In And If Neuman hadnt been drunk the quarrel would nt have started We didnt want to rob the man because wo didnt need to I bad money end a good Job Why over stare I was 10 I have never earned loss than 260 a day Once I was earning SS5 a monthI Just 23 the day before I was arrested to you see It was only during two years that I drank at all How I wish those two years worn blotted out I see now the only way for anybody to avoid the possibility of my present position Is not to touch It at all nut t have found It but too late as many another man has Drlnk brought me here Nothing makes It so easy for a fellow to got Into trouble as drink I face a life in the penitentiary because of drink and bad companions Tell every young man to steer clear of both of those and hell steer clear of such a position ns I now find myself InNallenalAdvocateFind Topers In a blue book just Issued on phys ical degeneration In London the fright ful craving for drink among tho chit dren of the poor Is set forth by Sir Frederick Maurice As an Illustra tion of the growing nvll ho described atIwas a little puny threeyearold child who I1layIevery penny in It asking them to get him just a haporth of gin It was his one Idea of the way to use the penny Gin was his Ideal of happiness Inquiries thawed that gin livers for children under three years of ago were a com mun experience of hospital practice T WHATS IN A NAME Paragraph DiasartatloiM Upon the Names Given tvrAoma Saloon The Herald Wooster 0 his an terrstlnit artlrlf on the names nivm to some of the scloofls of thai wn from which we tml tt few extracts The llank You can deposit your money there Had rwelre nrttlur prin dpal nor Interest lu return Its de mands ara heartless it knows un- mercy and will take the last cent from the old man who hue passed over to Its cashier the earnings of a lifetime The Ark Supposed to be a ptae of safety from the storm and hoods but like sit suck places of business ring a decoy Danger lurks on every side and death la at the end of the way The line Ooute Warranted to make a goose and a tool of any man at last to Rive him the Uuet beyond that ac qulred through any other sours The Klrat Chan t to start on a way that all Mud leads down to death as that sight follows day The ant chance to toM ones money and man hood to waste time and talent and strength to throw away what ought to bare bans spent for the home The Last Chance to waste away the night In revelry and drunkenness to keep loved ones watching even until the breaking of the day for footstep that do not come and If they came would Wring but terror with their soundUncle Bans Whisky Oh shame or you Uncle Sam to allow your name to be WIld to foster such a business You direct through your government o racial the manufacture of all the whisky that la made You plan JOGIstamp of approval upon the product j you put III your OWN pocket n generona sum for every gallon made Much as you do Ibis thing hut uIa coward Unrto lam and are afrall youll offend some of these men wholare living on the Mood of their lows Stop It Uncle lam i Pale deer for pale people Warranted to teaks tIN wifea face grow whit and worn and la drive the color front the little ehlldreni fags at ttwlr father spade for drink that which should Wring them clouting AN ARAB LEGEND Temperance LetwOlt Drawn from the Old Story af the Camel and the Teat The A runs hats fable from which we mar learn a helpful lesson l Once upon a time a miller shortly aft er he had Mn down for an afternoon nap was startled b a camels nose h fag threat la at the door of his house It la very cold outside said the eased only wish to get nu nose Inn miller was an eaa kind of a anIand so the nose was let la- The wind M very sharp staked the camel Pray allow me tit put my neci Inaldc This request was also allowed and the neck was alto thrust In now rut the raJa begins to tall I shall got wet through Will you let ne pace my shoulder wader cover This too wed granted and to the camel ached for a little more and a tittle more until bw pushed his whole body In side the hone selling soon began to tie put in munch trouble by the rude companion hI had got In hit room which was not ttre enough for both and at the rein win over civilly asked him to depart If you dont like It you nm fAt saucily replied Ike beast Aa fur self know when am well off 1It1Ii stay where am This It a vwy good storys n drab art all wiser and better for i t but let us also try to turn It to good ar count There tt a camM knocking at the entrance ball toklng to be lei In Its name Is Drink Let melnanlya very email part at grit So In cornea the owe and it It not long before little by little It gain entire potteealoa Once In pews ton the master soon becomes the tyrant bias It N that lied thoughts rater the heart then tad wishes arise then wrong deeds until ovll habit rule It is tho first step that leads astray TACT AND COMMENT rGod on edit eruatii1 a man but any fool can dcstriiy him United Presbyterian There is nolhltix that will tldefrtrk I man like vicious habits Inltrd Irtc bjtorlan God has made nil things good hot man tots sought out many Invention among which none have inflicted mor evil upon the world than the art of mak ing Intoxicating liquors National Ad vocate 1 Mr William B Johnson had a very Interesting paper In tho Chautaunuan on Hallway Temperance llegulatlons showing that from 75000 to 100000 new menemployed every year on Ainoricnn railroads were obliged to promise to be total abstainers In their work The grand lodge of masons of Iowa recently In session In Sioux City adopt ed an amendment to the mnsonlc cote under which no saloon keeper or any person engaged In tho sale Intoxicat ing liquors save a pharmacist dlspon Ing under a state permit will be permit ted to join the masonic fraternity In the state of Iowa In the future National J AdvocateA German doctor In OM- ar Vermont cities bore the following testimony to the liquor trnlllc under li conse Last year I could collect 250 per month This year I cannot collect 50 Its all going for whisky Thi bids fair to be the comiiiun verdict lie physicians merchants landlords atvi tax collectors as saloons rcnilru to extract money from the pockets r MA average men who drink How lur shall It continue I THE CITIZEN I4t Berea and Vicinity IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 3+HH HI I II I I I I I I I I I II 11 Mr John B Hat field was in town Tuesday on business Mrs J L Baker and children aro visiting in Wnllnccton Milton Miller spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Danville Janiis Lakes left Friday to visit friends and relatives at Wind Cave Mrs Win Coylo is visiting her father Win B Baker of Bear Wallow Mr Will Shearers house and con tents were a total loss by fire last Tuesday night While killing a sheep Mr Aldrich who lives in the Fee cottage cut his hand quite badly C I Ogg was called to Clear Creek Sunday on account of the serious ill ness of his mother Pres Frost and Prof Dodgo at tended the State meeting of the Disciples at Winchester Tuesday Mrs Pat Kearns of Winchester and Miss Eva Duncan visited home folks from Saturday until Tuesday Mr Will Duncan and Mr Lattie Lutes of Van Alstymo Texas attended the St Louis Fair last week Dr P Cornelius is erecting a black smith shop for the use of Mr Dalton on the old Golden property It will soon bo ready for occupancy Mrs Roy C White and son of Richmond were Berea visitors from Saturday until Monday tho guests of Mr and Mrs J W Stephens Rev and Mrs Shouso return from their vacation Friday Services at till Baptist church will be held as usual Sunday morning and evening The funeral of tho wife of Robert Ramsoy formerly of this place was hold Monday Tho body arrived Sunday night from their Missouri homo Chester Erwin left Monday for a years work at Gaulladet College Washington D C Geo Hartman formerly a worker hero last year will also take the same course Mr Dalton has bought the Green Hill property on Center Street of Mr Floyd Kidd After some improve meats have been made ho expects to occupy his new homo about Nov 1 Typhoid fever has developed again Mr Geo Dick is being cared for at tho Hospital and is reported as a light case Mr Bert Coddington is more seriously illat his homo on Ccntfcr street Quito a serious cutting affray oc curred near tho depot Saturday night While attempting to arrest a man named Ballard Marshall Tatum was stabbed in the side and Will Moore cut in the hand Mr M Matthew Stevenson of Richmond passed through on his way home Ho stated that ho had IXHJII negotiating for options on land said to contain gold Ho produced a specimen of gold quartz that looked very promising Rev A E Thomson and W F Hays left Wednesday for Cow Creek They will attend tho Missionary Baptist Association for two days returning Saturday Going they will spend tho first night with Rev Agar at Wisemantown The marriage of Mss Emma Gol den to Mr P W Golden of White water Kan occurred in Richmond Wednesday 11 oclock Rev G W Shepherd odiciating Mrs J J Brannamam and Mr and Mrs Stephens attended from Berea Thursday Sept 15at high noon the marriage of Miss Ida Gay to Mr Sheridan Baker was solemnized at the homo of tho bride by Rev A E Thomson Both young people are well known hero and the best wishes of all go with thorn They left for Louisville where Mr Baker resumes his study of dentistry Jesse tho Oyearold son of H C Kinuard met with a serious accident Wednesday morning about 11 oclock Ho was hanging to tho brake of a movingwagon loaded with green wood and fell tho hind wheel passing over tho childs stomach Dr Swit zor has the case in charge and holds out small hopes of tho boys recovery The homo of W H Porter was tho scene of a very pretty evening party in honor of Mr Porters birth day Saturday last A pleasant eve ning was spent in a social way refreshments being served at the close Tho newly remodeled homo of Mr and Mrs Porter came in for its share of appreciation and all do i parted with words of praise for tho hospitality of their hosts Mr Jl G Ramsey of Flat River 1Mo dropped in Tuesday morning for a pleasant visit Ho says there are about persons there RiverIalthough farming very I I I I I IH I I I 11+ + IHH also He spoke in high praise of tho mineral and agricultural resources of tho state and tho climate which is about that of Berea His visit will extend to Thursday THE LITERARY SOCIETIES Friday night last was tho occasion yearforPhi Delta and Beta Kappa elected organizeALPHA ZETA PtrcrVCor Secy Norman Frost Treas M V Roberts Critic Gee Pow SgtatArms Jesse Huff PHI DELTA F M Lhen good Pres J R Young VicePros P T Prentiss Cor Sect W C Hunt Bee Secy Harry Postlewnite Treas C C Hudson SargeantatArins BETA KAPPA Seward Marsh Pres Arthur Hunt Vice PnS Arthur Daily nee Sec Claude DeBaun Cor Sec Ulysess Burgess Treas Daniel C Ponder SgtatArms LOST A gold watch open face plain caso with monogram B T H leather fob Liberal reward In quire at ostoftice FOR SALE Good Mitch Cow C C Rhodes t- ftlItiItE1tI II I ItHh1tHF I College Items HERE AND THERE II11t I + + H I I I I I I Prof H M Pcnniman will be en gaged in teaching this fall Miss Lillian Ambrose has discharged fromtho Hospital Pres Frost delivered the weekly lecture before tho student body Monday afternoon Ellis Scale and fatally have left for Miama University whero Mr Sealo will attend school tho coming yearFrom 130 to 530 Saturday after noon tho Y W C A hold a reception for the now girls in tho yard of Ladies Hall Miss Virginia Dox of Hartford Conn is again with us She made a few interesting remarks at Monday morning chapel Tho Jam Social Tuesday night a week ago proved to IKJ ns popular as ever The now arrivals found it just the place to dispel homesickness Tho fall term enrollment up to Saturday night was about equal to that of last year which is very en couraging when wo consider time loss of tho colored students The Faculty Club was pleasantly entertained Friday evening at tho homo of Pres Frost Each one told in a short speech their summers experience A dainty bit of mounted Scotch heather was presented by tho hosts as souvenirs of tho occasion Harvey Ramsey was married Wed nesday September 7 at Flat River Mo at tho homo of tho bride to Miss Viola Shruin Mr Ramsoy is a worker in the Central Lead Smelting Co Mrs Ramsoy is liked by all who know her and many compli ments have been tendered tho groom on his choice rime college lecture on Monday next at 300 p m in tho main chapel will IMJ given by Professor Marsh Subject The Disappear anco of the American Desert Tho lecture in tho upper chapel at the sane hour will be given by Prof Dodge Subject Walks About tho Cradle of Liberty A meeting of colored graduates o Berea was called last week in Lexington by Mr A W Titus asking opinions as to whether 1 Colon l students shouldapply for admission to Berea 2 Whother attempts should be made to tio up tho funds of tho college 3 Whether to call at once for die vision of funds 4 Whether Pros Frost is rcsx n siblo for present conditions and circular should bo published showin his persons met andvoted down all these propositions Thud thou voted Confidence hi tho of Trustees giving assurance of hearty cooperation A committee was appointed Prof Williams Prof Hughes Prof Estill J C Jackson and lastly at his own demand an with much because of his mischiefmaking course Mr A W Titus GORBINS REPORT The General Recommends tho ReEstablishment of tho Canteen in tho Army INCREASED COAST ARTILLERY Encourages In Every Possible Way of Small Arms Practice Among Regulars and Militia Recommends Enlistment of Colored Men In Artillery or Their Transfer to That Corps From Colored Cavalry and Infantry Washington Sept 21Tho annual report of Maj Gen Henry C Corbin to the secretary of war was made public Tuesday In his report ho favors tho reestablishment of tho canteen and recommends tho enlistment of col ored men In tho artillery or their transfer to that corps from tho colored cavalry and Inafutry and strongly advocates tho Increase of the coast artil lery by at least onhalt and tho rats ing of the pay of tho non commisslon ed officers and of such privates In tho corps as have shown themselves quail fled as expert artillerists- Ho favors tho encouragement in every possible way of small arms prac tice both In tho regular establishment and tho national guard and favors tho detail of tho best army experts in rifle practice for instruction of target asso ciations outsldo tho service Gen CorbIn calls attention to tho very unsatisfactory condition of the accessories and surroundings of tho Statue of Liberty in New York har bor and strongly urges an appropria tion for Fort Hamilton N Y and Fort Warren Mass citing particularly the wretched condition at tho former It is recommended that the offices re manning In the military secretarys department of the army be transferred to tho general staff THE PHILIPPINES FORESTS Americans Are Making Arrangements to Utilize Them Washington Sept 2LTho insular bureau Is Infomed that as a result of the personal Inspection by American business men of tho resources of the Philippines in forestry and agricult ure as displayed In tho exhibit at St Louis several largo promotion schemes aro on hand touching both railway and agricultural Interests One largo firm In Toledo 0 which for years has been a heavy Importer of Philippine copra has already mado ar rangements to transfer its entlro plant to the Philippines making up its goods from the raw materials collected In tho Islands OLYMPIC ARCHERY Archers From All Parts of the Country Are at St Louis St Louis Sept 21Tllo Olympia archery championship opened at the Worlds lair stadium Tuesday Arch ers from all parts of tho country are present Tho results of Tuesday shooting for tho first three men fol lows Phil Bryant bits 17C score 1018 Robert Williams hits 1C9 score 991 W A Thompson Washington hits 1C7 score 921 In tho ladles Am erlcan dpubles Mrl M C Howell CIn clnnatl won by a score of 867 Mrs H C Pollock Cincinnati C30 points second Mrs C S Woodruff Clncln natl C47 points third THE POSTAL SERVICE Innovation Made In Mall Matter of the Third and Fourth Class Washington Sept 21Under an order signed by tho postmaster general Tuesday an Innovation was mado in the postal service by which identical pieces of mall matter of tho third and fourth class may bo milled without postage stamps affixed thereto Con gross during tho last session mado pro- vIsion for tho transmission in tho malls of quantities of not less than 2000 identical pieces of this character of mall and the present order is in pursuance of that act Boiler Makers Locked Out Susquehanna Pa Sept 21When tho 300 boiler makers and helpers In the Erie railroad locomotive shops theyfstating that their services were no longer required No reason is assigned The Time Extended Washington Sept 21Tho seem tary of war has authorized tho oxten sion from 18 months to two years ol tho period of Umo for tho presentation of claims for drawback on export du ties on hemp paid by American manu facturers and importers IAllegtd Embezzler Arrested Fgof 8000 from tho Moline Plow Co has been arrested here Ho was Louis lana agent for tho company with head quarters at New Orleans previous to October 2G 1903 Nominated For Governor Trenton N J Sept 21ln a state enthusiasticdNow Jersey Tuesday nominated for mer State Senator E C Stokes of Cumberland county for the governor thlp n ANNUAL REUNION Members of Society of Army of tho Cumberland Assembled in Indianapolis PUBLIC EXERCISES WERE HELD Letters From President Roosevelt Judge Parker and Whitelaw Held Were Head Chattanooga Was Chosen As the Per manent Meeting Place of the Society and Date Changed to Middle of October Indianapolis Ind Sept 21To tho shrill buglo notes of Assembly which 40 years ago was stirring music upon tho battlefield tho gray haired voter ans of tho civil war on whoso amour ory are graven awful pictures of battle and carnage and In whoso ears linger the roll of musketry and the roar of cannon assembled In tho Claypool auditorium Tuesday night for tho public exercises which marked tho closing of the first days session of tho 35th an nual reunion of tho Society of tho Army of tho Cumborland Deafening cheers greeted Gen Wll mon W Dlacknmr commander in chlef of tho G A H as ho entered tho hall at tho head of a column of old comrades In their uniforms of blue Judgo Daniel W Howe welcomed tho visitors Gen John T Wilder of Knoxville Tenn who during tho bloody campaigns of tho Cumberland army commanded tho famous Wilder brigade responded Following tho response Gen Boyn ton read letters from President noose volt Whitelaw Reid and Judgo Alton n ParkerA of cheers followed tho road ing of time letters For tho first time In the history of the society a private Orlando A Som ore of Kokomo Ind delivered tho annual oration Mr Somers reviewed tho history of tho Army of tho Cumberland from 18G1 when It was mobilized until tho close of tho war When ho reached the cll max of his oration speaking of the battle of Missionary RIdge at which time tho whole battlo front of tho Cumberland army two miles In length contrary and In violation of tho orders of tho commanding officer charged up the ridge to a height of feet and swept tho confederates from their entrenchments tho applause was deafen ing and for many minutes the eyes of the old warriors were dimmed with tears The Grand Army of tho Republic time subject of an address by Gen Blncknmr elicited great applause Gen C H Grosvenor of Ohio who fol lowed Gen Ulackmar grow reminds cent in his Talk With Veterans which provoked both laughter and deep emotion The exercises closed with tho sing Ing of the Star Spangled Banner and as tho trumpeter blow tho solemn Taps tho members collected In little groups to renew old friendships and recount tales Tho committee on selection for tlmo and place for annual meetings report od unanimously tho selection of Chat tanooga as tho permanent meeting place of tho society The tlmo of an nual meetings was changed to the middle of October Tho nominating committee mado Its report during tho afternoon session Tho following offi cers wero chosen President lien Henry Boynton of Washington D C corresponding sec rotary MaJ John Tweedalo U S A Washington D C recording secro tary Col John W Steele Oberlin 0 treasurer Gen Frank O Smith U S A historian Col O C Knlffin execu tive committee Gen James Barnett Cloveland chairman Gen C H Gros venor Gen J G Parkhurst Capt II 8 Chamberlain Capt J W Folwy Private Orlando A Somers Gen Smith D T Atkins MaJ J M Far quharA president for each state was selected among them being Gen Jas Barnett of Ohio Col C E Briant of Indiana and Capt John Speed of Ken tucky American Evangelists In England Bolton Eng Sept 21rrho attend anco at the mission hero of tho Amer ican evangelists Reuben A Torroy and C M Alexander has been unpro ccdented On Saturday and Sunday 27000 persons attended tho meetings Dissatisfied Dowleltes Chicago Sept 21 Dissatisfied with John Alexander Dowies assumption of now dignities 35 persons left ZIon City for theIr former homes In Wash ington and Oregon The secedcrs ob ject to the robes worn by Dowlo Sailed For the Orient San Francisco Sept 21Tho Pa cHic mall steamship Kora sailed Tues day for tho Orient via Honolulu with a full passenger list a cargo of 9000 tons of general merchandise most of the latter being for Japan Oldest Confederate Veteran Dead St Louis Sept 21 George Wash ington Bradley 97 years old said to havo been tho oldest confederate vet eran died hero Tuesday whllo on a visit to tho Worlds fair Mr Bradley lived in Houston Tex Killed By Sewer Gas St Louis Sept 21ono man was killed three rendered unconscious and two less seriously Injured by gas flood Ing a sewer manhole in South St Lout Tuesday ATTACK THE FORTS Interest in tho Far East War is Again Concentrated on Tort Arthur THE JAPANESE WERE REPULSED They Landed Strong Reinforcements- at Dahty amid Will Storm Fortress Warships Taking Part In That Event Rr Adm Wren Di vision Will Go Out and Engage the Japanese All Russia Awaits the News St Petersburg Sept 21 Interest is again concentrated upon Port Arthur owing to tho receipts from foreign sources of news that a general storm Ing of the formications there has bo gun A few belated telegrams twin Ion StoosHol tho commander at Port Arthur published Tuesday afternoon recording tho repulse of tho Jnpanesu and continued attacks strengthen con fidence In tho ability of the defenders to hold out despite tho furious on slaughts being rondo on them Tho last attack mentioned by Gen Stocs sot took place tho night of September 14 and was directed against redoubt No8 which protects tho water sup ply of tho city The redoubt Is about two miles beyond the line of perma neat forts and tho attack upon this shows that tho Japanese wore not then within striking distance of tho main fortressReports from Shanghai that itomo of tho defenses had fallen Into tho hands of the Japanese as a result of a gen eral assault on September 20 aro not confirmed from Russian sources Tho telegrams brought to Cho Foe by Prince Radzlwill have not yet reached the war office It Is under stood that these dispatches contain de tails of tho landing of strong Japanese reinforcements at Dalny which would tend to confirm tho bojlof that It le- the Intention of tho Japanese to storm tho fortress and that tho warships will probably take part In tho attack In this event Rr Adm Wlrons division will doubtless go out and engage tho Japanese fleet All Russia Is anxiously awaiting news from tho boleagured garrison Public feeling has been aroused ton tension by tho dreadful picture given by Prince Radzlwill of tho sufferings of tho Russian army there Tho sensational announcement that Gen Knrokl him crossed tho Hun river unopposed and that tho wholo Japan use army Is advancing upon Mukden Is overshadowed by anxiety for Port Arthur Moreover tho announcement relative to Kurokl does not receive complete credenco here as being In direct contradiction of official news Is sued by the general staff Gen Kuro patkln announced only two days ago that there was not a single Japanese east of Buntsla Putzo How it Is ask ed could Gun Kurokl with 100000 men slip past Gon ltennokamptrs Cossacks and cross tho Hua river near tho Fushan coal mines 30 miles east of Mukden A NEW ANAESTHETIC It Promises to Revolutionize the Prac tlce of Dentistry Washington Sept iAttor three years of patient research two professors of Geneva Switzerland havo die covered a new anaesthetic which promises to revolutionize tho practice of dentistry In reporting this to the state department Consul Llcfeld at Freiberg Germany states that finding that tho nervous system was influenc ed by colored light tho professors soon perceived after experimenting with each hue that blue had an extra ordinary soothing effect on tho nerves Tho consul says that a tooth may bo painlessly extracted with nono of tho after effects on tho system by shut ting up tho patient In a dark room and exposing his eyes to a bluo light of 1C candlo power for throo minutes causing him to loso all sense of pain although at the same time retaining his senses The DollWeevil Eating Ants Washington Sept 21Tho secre tary of Agriculture has approved tho plan for further studies of the kelcp the boll weovil eating ant Preparations aro being made for establishing tho colonies in Texas Renominated For Congress Newton N J Sept 21 Represen tative William Hughes was renomlnat od for congress by tho democratic con vention for tho Dlxth district Tuesday John Sherpa Williams of Mississippi addressed tho convention Incident Greatly Exaggerated Paris Sept 21Tho dispatch from Geneva says that tho report cabled to tho United States by a news agency of an assault upon W L WorthIngton American consul at Geneva greatly exaggerated time incident Entered a Plea of Not Guilty Charlottcsvlllo Va Sept 21Ex Mayor J Samuel McCue accused of wife murder was arraigned before Judgo Morris of tho Charlottesville corporation court Tuesday and enter od a plea of not guilty Found Dead at His Desk Albany N Y Sept 21 Former Su premo Justice William L Learned foi years tho presiding justice of time gOD oral term for tho Third judicial dis trict was found dead Tuesday at his desk in ILLs Uw offljca When to See College Officers Tho President Treasurer Seem tare Dwin of Women mid other College QHioers nro to ho seen in their ollieefl every morning directly nflor College Prayero nt 045 The resident and Mm Profit are ulwi ut homo nearly every night ut half past six and glad to have college workers students or citizens call socially or on himincHs A Closo Shavo Often causes a horning stinging son ration makes lime face rod and sore Parncamph will relieve such troubles tiHtnutlv KueM tho face smooth and healthy nnd prevents inllnuunation Moral VIM Parncamph after shaving S E Welch Jr Druggist FEUDISTS FIGHT One Or More Men Wounded In Drcath Itt County OwlnRflvlllo Ky Sopt 21 News reached hero Tuesday that a feud but tlo was fought with shotguns and re volvers on South Quicksand creek Broathltt county between Alexander Jackson anent his two brothers on one side and two of the Wlreiuans and several unknown parties on the other It Is said that the parties mot In a schoolhouse where Jackson Is ear ployed BIt teacher and both sides Iw gnn firing at once Alexander Jack son received the contents of a shotgun In hits left Hide and Is badly Injured Somn of the other parties were also Injured Those moo havo long been enemies It In reported that both aides are preparing for further trouble The placo where tho fight occurred Is about 20 miles from Jackson Ky THE PORTER MURDER William Van Dalctn Confessed to Kill ing the Woman Louisville Ky Sept 1The mys cry surrounding tho murder of Mrs Fannie Porter who was found In a room at Jackson and Market street with her throat cut was cleared up Tuesday by tho arreiit and confession of William Van Dalton Van Dalien was found at the home of a relative at Now Albany Ind Ho admitted killing Mrs Tarter of whom he was en amored Tho bloody razor was found In Van DaUrna pocket Van Dalsens only defense was that he and tho woman quarreled and that she drew the razor from her stocking whereupon he wrested It from her and cut her throat Tho police however assert that the prisoner was afraid the woman would dlvulgo secrets of his career Mothers Dont Suffer With Neuralgia Khnumnlistn Pains in tho Rack etc IAracampk relieves and euros such ailrueutfl booaune it opens tho fares induce sweating and draws out nil fover and iutlntn mation It Boothcw it cools it cures ICwtp n bottle in jour homo You need it every day S K Welch Jr Druggist FOR SALE GOOD MILCH COW OCKhodua Born Ky tf 48 BUILDING LOTS in Borwi belonging to the John G Few ratata Sxciil inducoinenta to purchaser of entire tract J P Bicknoll Bur a Ky FOR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE on Conlnr Street Good well gnrdmi and barn Cull on or write to J J Tan oman listen Ky tf A Boys Wild Rldo For Life With family around expecting hips to dio anti a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W II Drown of Loomillo Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him lie writes I now sleep soundly every night Like mnrvolouh cure of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchlesfl merit for all Throat sad Lung troubles Guaranteed battles Mc and 1100 Trial bottle free at East End Drug Co theNew Dressmaker Over the Post Office Just from Lexington with J tho latest Designs Makes Speciality of WaistsSkirts and WrapsF- or Ladies Misses and children Mrs Jennie Searcy Berea Kyt A GENERAL ASSAULT Heavy DoinlmnliuciU of Port Ar thur by the laps The Temper of Belligerents His Reached an Absolutely Merciless Stage the flag of the Red Cross Being Misused SU Petersburg Sept 17Tho war offlco has hoard tho roport of an ap parent Japanoso concentration against the flanks of Gun Kuropntklns army preparatory to an advnnco lowarJ Mukden Whllo U Is not In a poll icon to absolutely confirm or deny Iho report It would surprise the war of fice should Kleld Marshal Oyanm havo been able In such short Urns to or ganlto Ida farces for a serious mlvnnco northward Paris Sept 17itixact figures ot tho Russian losses In killed wounded and missing In tho operations btiforo Llao Yang from August 12 lo August 2G hUG beeR received by tho general Mat according to the Journals St Petersburg correspondent Then amount lo two general 2JC ofilcnra and 21800 soldiers In addition 123 Runs wore lost The material lows Jnclud fortifications costing JWOOO 000 Ixtitdofl hilt 17TIHt IIly TeXiaphs 81 Petersburg corrcsiKindtut declare that a Russian UtMman whoso tmm If reveled would wing j his utteniHcw with lightning rapidity over tM glob wetted Friday that It was his wprB loii that Urn war might mid MMHwr limn peep le Imagine not through mediation but through mu tual recognition of the ruinous rehire nf the conflict which would lead to na gotiation that would result In a Hug BoJapanem alliance Mukden Sopt 19The armies bar IIIK recovered from the onecta of th rc nt IlKhtlng before IJao Yang an party development of the situation rosy be exp te A mysterious move meat onstwnrd Is on foot on the part ol the binds of Chines suitable for military wrvlce All tho leading young Chinese who have aided the Russians are leaving Mukden fttee Koo Sept lIocal stir lent nf the military situation at Port A thur basing their deductions upon r rent doklllent there are of th Iplnlon tlwt another grand assault either occurring at the present tie e or Is Imminent This opinion Is on too very heavy bombardment o the Ituwttnn stronghold that occurred on September 16 for such a bombard meat forms the usual prelude to an ns sault on the arrival hero of Important HiMiHHtKers from Port Arthur at a tlmo when the running of the block ads Is extremely perilous on a recent authoritative statement that the Japan mo afoRe works are completed and on reports from Japanese sources that at Port Datny an assault was expect cd to tako plate In a few days The reports were received last wnok In addition to the foregoing there is the common knowledge that the Japa lies realize that their continued mac tivity Increases the resisting powor ot tho Russian garrison According to Lloat Prince Radzl vll of the Russian army who reached here Sunday from Port Arthur boor tag dispatches from Lieut Ion Sloes set tho ooinmandorluchlef ot the forces of tho RuMtan stronghold to Urn Kuropatkln the temper of tho bi41lgoronta at Port Arthur has now stageusoma weeks ago that serious suspic x ions warn ontortalnod by both bolllg rents that tho other was misusing tim Red Cross flag Those suspicions havo been Increased by time commission ot various acts by tho soldiers of both nrmlos until now oven flags of moo or surrender aro nut rospcctod by either Ride Prince Rndzlvil declares that the men ot both armies aro absolutely von omous In tholr antagonism Llout fjon 8U es el has addressed his garrison saying that tho present mood of tho Japanese indicates clearly tho ne cpssllf of resisting them to tho last drop of Russian blood because if the Japanese soldiers entered tho fortress It undoubtedly would bo Impossible for tholr officers to control thom and prevent a massacre For this reason Lieut Gen Stocsscl Is making no ob jection to civilians leaving Port Arthur When tho 300 women who are In Port Arthur engaged In hospital work woro advised to leave they re plied that they would rattier face tho possibility of a massacre than desert their posts In consequence of tho fact that flags of truce nro Igmed numbers of Jnpa tioso load who havo boon lying on the- elopes of tho hills of the northeast de tense for woolen past aro still un burled and tho stench In Port Arthur from docompqslnR bodies when tho wind Id In tho right direction is al moat unendurable Tho Russian sol diers who are In some cases posted only paces from heaps of decaying dead have constantly to wear over tholr nones handkerchiefs soaked In camphor as otherwise thoy would ba unablo to rorualn at their posts English Poacher Captured St Petersburg Sopt 19It is an nounced from Vladlvostock that au English peal poacher named Thomp son who took advantage of tho war to make tho Priblloft Islands his hunt lag ground has boon captured and his yt scboonor sunk Shelling the Russian Position London Sopt 191l is asserted in a dispatch from Toklo to tho Express that tbo Japanese aro vigorously shell- Ing tho Russian positions at Mukden preparatory to a general advance to cut off Kuropatklns retreats KentuckyiState News CALLAHAN AND FRENCH The Men Acquitted of Charge of Sub ordination of Perjury Ml Sterling Ky Sept 10 Sheriff Kd Callahan and Judge D p French woro Sunday acquitted of thu charge of subordination of perjury Tho Jury wan given tho case Saturday night and after several hours deliberation reported thut they wore unable to agree and nS11 to bo discharged Judgn Young refused to dismiss thorn and tho verdict was reached Sunday afternoon The defendants woro In dicted on tho charge of subordination pt perjury In an effort to acquit Curt putt and Tom While for tho assnset nation of J H Marcum In tho Breath pit county court house last year A suit for = 100000 damages Is pond Ing against thorn and Judgo Jainos ilarglH and Alex HarglH arc now In Winchester where the case In to como up for trial Tho plaintiff Is tho widow of the late J D Marcum FRUSTRATED BY AN ACCIDENT Attempt to Break the Worlds 24 Hou Automobile Record Louisville Ky Sept 19TIle at tempt of IxMilR 1 Doerhoefer a resident of Louisville to break worlds Sihour automobile record of 861 mile was frustrated by an sect dent which wrecked the machine and resulted In the Injury of his aselHt ant Prank Kate an expert automobll lat Blinded by dust Kats steered wide at one of the turns of the Doug las park trotting track and went through two fences at 350 oclock Sunday morning Katz will recover ulnas Internal compllcaUona should rtHHilL None of Ids bonN were broken At the time of tho accident Mr Doer louroand SO minutes MAY BE LYNCHED He killed the Boy Who Served th White Men First Owtngflvlllc Ky Sept Dews reached hero Sunday that In Lawrence Johnrwon was to carry beeoThs Nogro a t ithe boy served some white men first hefon a handle crushing his skull and causing instant death Time Negro escaped If he Is captured a lynching may follow Burley Tobacco Crop Ioilsvllle Ky Sept 19At n con ference In this city between W Hawkins president of the Konlucky Tobacco 0rower aMocialton and ofll earn of the Ixiiilsville Leaf Tobacco exchange an agreement was reached by which Louisville tobacco ware house e will probably handle the ontlro 1904 burley tobacco crop grown In Kon tucky A Needles Long Trip Hodgonvlllo Ky Sept 19Rlgh teen months ago Miss Wlllott Caddie the 12yoarold daughter of Dr D W Caddie of this place stopped on n needle and It was buried In her loft heel Saturday night the stool point protruded from her left shoulder It having traveled entirely through The Wayne 011 District Lexington Ky Sept 19ThWayno county division of tho Ken tucky oil fields showed tho boat results lost week A now production of 20 barrels was obtained from flvo com pletions The best strike was made In tho Stoubonvlllo territory and doos 100 barrels Died After Lingering Illness Lexington Ky Sept 19Mrs Mat tlo Leo Hoadley wife of Hal P Hood Icy proprietor of tho famous Denim mont surd this city died Sunday after a lingering illness from typhoid fever Tho funeral will bo hold Tuesday morning Sho was Mr Hcadloys sec ond wife Hilton Sentenced to Hang Wllllamsburg Ky Sept 19Juudgo Jarvis sentenced Floyd Hilton to bo hanged November 18 for tho murdor of Frank and William Bray In Jelllco on tho 29th of August Tho Jury was out only 40 minutes Tho verdict was reached on tho first ballot Fatal Fight In a Church Mt Sterling Ky Sept 19ln Lou isa Lawrence county John Lcadman shot and killed Duck Daniels In a church while tho congregation woo worshiping A terrific battle was fought A quarrel over a local option election was tho cause They Want Elklns Loulsvlllo Ky Sept 19 Ooorgo W Elkins commercial agent In Louisville of tho Rock Island system has been offered tho position of general agent of tho C H D combination in Mem- phIs and it Is possible that ho will accept tho place Case Will Be Investigated Lexington Ky Sept 19Tito Con trol Labor council appointed a special committee to Investigate the discharge of six young women by tho manage ment of tho Lexington steam laundry because they quit work at noon oa labor day New Bank Opened Louisville Ky Sept 19The Stockyards bank recently organized has opened for business The bank lips a capital stock of 100000 and its directory contains tho names of somo of tho wealthiest men In tho cast end THE LABOR SITUATION Twenty of the m Strikes Ke suited in Favor of Employers Five Favored the Employes and Nine Were CompromisedDemand for Increased Wages Was Leading Cause of Disputes Albany N Y Sopt 19 terly bulletin of the state delartmontI of labor Issued Sunday has this to say as to the situation in state and nationIn first quarter of tho year owi ing to labor disputes unusually cold aeItlvltywas very poor but subsequently there was so much improvement that Juno and July actually surpassed tho year 1902 Among approximately 100000 wage earners in the various In dustrie of the state 167 per 1000 wore earners In the various industries of the state 137 per 1000 were report are compared with 281 and 146 In June 190S and 1902 respectively for Ilia close of July In 1901 1903 and 1904 the respective ratios were ICG 178 thiseimprovement was tho phenomoal no tirlty in construction work In the lead lag cities Conditions of employment In the en tire country manifest similar improve ment according to the Into statistics collected by Ihe American Federation of lAbor In the September Issue of the American Fedoratlonlst the offlclal magatlne of the federation It II stated that among 85450 members of the lGJ loenl unions making returns fo July 16 per cent were without employment at the close of the month wbllo a month earlier tho 1891 unions making returns reported BI per cent of the membership as unemployed and unomeployed was 33 Referring to strikes tho bulletin dlsspates for quarter year were the masters and pilots tile Great Lakes and tho Now Yor thne open shop It adds In the labor disputes about 25000 employee wore directly concerned and probably as many more thrown out of employment from some part of tho period of the dispute the total number of working days lost being estl mated at more than one million About onehalf a million days time was lost by the 1000 masters and pilots and tho 10000 other marine workmen from Now York state effected by time formers dispute with tho Lake Carriers association Tho total num InIwas 39500 and the aggregate number of work days lost was 1923000 Twen ty of tho 43 disputes resulted In favo of the employers and only five In favor of the employee whllo nine wore compromised Tho compromises wore nearly all mado upon demands for in creased wages which was still the load tag cause of disputes The employers woro almost uniformly successful In tho disputes Involving trade unionism LYNCHING IN GEORGIA The Negro Shot and Fatally Wounded a White Man Royston Oa Sept 19Geo Ware a Negro was lynched in Franklin county Sunday for fatally shooting C Y Daniel a son of George Daniel of Carnosvlllo Sunday Young Daniel and the Negro had some words over a trivial matter It is said tho Negro became greatly enraged and swearing that no white man should run over him drew n pistol and shot Daniel tho bullet Inflicting a wound that will prove fatal Ware was taken from the sheriff by a mob A REFERENDUM VOTE Printers to Ballot on the Elght Hour Proposition Indianapolis Sept 19ln accord mince with tho resolutions adopted at the recent St Louis convention of tho International Typographical union that organization will within a few days begin a referendum vote of the members which will determine whether or not tho organization shall pledge Itself to the eight hour day Time resolutions provide that tho union shall begin tho eigltt hour day January 1906 nt which tlmo a de man for such a concession will bo made upon all employing printers Tho vote must be returned to head quarters in this city not later than October 21 of this year Army of the Cumberland Indianapolis Sept 19Tho annual convention of the Society of tho Army of the Cumberland will bo hold in this city this week beginning with tho business session Tuesday and closing with n banquet Wednesday evening LeWls end Clark Centennial Coin Portland Ore Sept 19A com inlttco of 50 young women of this city has taken up tho work of disposing of tho Lewis and Clark centennial coins mado by the government as part of the governments appropriation to tho exposition Party of Foreign Chemists Arrive St Louis Sept 19A party of 80 chemists representing tho chemical science and industry of Europe reach ed hero Sunday from New York They will participate in tho Worlds con groan of arts and science TOMB OF LEO XIII FINISHED ProvidedIPope Leo XIII s permanont resting place In his favorite church of St John Laterau In Rome has been com orLuccheltlcost 35000 the whole sum being con byhim thoIof the main altar The tomb proper which is surmounted by a lullsize statue of the late pope In a recumbent dooriures surmounts tho tomb under which Aquinasand doori a position InnoYXIIrsI1U temporary resting placo in St Peters to the new one The transfer will bo made some night but the date is kept secret for fear of disorders such as happened when the body of Plus IX StLorenwties have already been Informed of the time and have promised to take special measures to protect those accom panylug the procession across the city of Rome ASKS CONSENT OVER CABLE Young Engineer Gets Approval oti Prospective FatherlnLaw to EnIgagoment and Marriage marrweddingJOllrnabandoned a longhopedfor trip to Europe when an immediate marriage was urged by her fiance Miss Shelley MraIS Barrhiger U S A retired Ho is in Knrope and his daughter was tho guest of Dr and Mrs Frederick E Clark of youngkof one of tho East river bridges When ho won Miss Barrlngers consent ho cabled to MaJ Barringcr Shelley and I engaged Do you consent MaJ Barrlnscr cabled back Engagement approved Then Bascom urged an immediate marriage Tho young woman consent ed subject to the approval of her father Tho cable was employed again and MaJ Uarrlngcr replied Go ahead Game Cock Attacks Child Elizabeth Garrigan four years old of Charlerol Pa has been under a physicians care suffering from serious Injuries hifllctcd by a rooster The atrin a thoIhorIwithi Us spurs Her forehead was laid open and her face was fearfully slashed by attractedIIIcock away Maybe French Would Bring Them New York is short on domestics Perhaps a French name might bring them suggests the Chicago News New England maidens lookhig for work do not care to be known as hired girls A matter of language might supply the want MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 17- CATTLECommon b3 25 4 00 Heavy steers 5 10 0 5 25 CALVESExtra 6 75 4i 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 90 6 10 Mixed packers 50 0 5 90 SHEEP Extra 35 Q 3 40 LAMBS Extra 600 Q610- FLOURSpring pat 6 35 6 6- 0VIIEATNo 2 rod 1 16 1 18 No 3 winter 108 CORN No 2 mixed Gf 67 OATSNo 2 mixed 343h RYE No 2 79 80- 1fAYCu timothy 611 75 PORK Moss 13 20 LARD Stonm 665 BUTTER Ch dairy t 10j Choice creamery n APPLES Choice 1 50 t 2 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 4f 1 75- ROIIACCONew 6 25 12 25 Old 4 75 14 60 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 30 50 WhIEATNo red 1 1111 1 16 No3 spring 1 05 1 1- 5COnNNo2 mixed 8 51 Vj OATS No 2 mixed liP 31 RYE No 2 Gf 74 PORK Moss 10 75 X10 LARD Steam 6 87 6 90 New York FLOUR WJn strts 10 0 5 4- 0WHEATNo 2 red t 1 15Vi CORNNo mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed 35 3- 6PORKFaintly J15 00 LAUD Steam 7 45 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 1 1- 0COHNNo2 mixed 521h OATSNo 2 mixed 0 4- 1CATTLESteers 5 15 p 5 50 HOGS Western 6 15 lJ 0 75 Louisville WHEATNo2 red Q 1 14 CORN No 2 mixed 57 OATSeNo 2 mixed 35 LARD Steam dfi 7 0- 0IOltlMess tJ13 50 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 1 08 0 1 14 544hOATSNo DADYS SAND PILE In a great big wooden box Nice and smooth to save her frock la the babys sand ple where all day she plays And the things she thinks and makes From a house and barn to cakes Would keep I think her family all their days Once she said shed make a pie Or at leant shed like o try So up she straightway rolled each tlnjr sleeve For her plums she used some stones Made a fire of cedar cones Not a real tire you know but makebe lieve Next she baked some buns and bread For her dollies so she said Cause you see they like my cooking best iallThough her flour was only snnd Dolls shw know would understand And excuse her If her batch of dough should tall Sometimes cook will miss a pan Or a howl or spoon or can But I think shes very sure where theyll be fcund For she knows Its Just such things Baby uses whn she brings All her doVliM to her sand plle on the ground F C II In St Nicholas GREAT FUN FOR THE BOYS The Really Truly Way to Play India to Make Your Own Tepee and Weapons One fine thing about playing Indian is that there is nearly as much fun get ting ready as there Is after you are really In your wigwam Of course you can your equipment but the cheaper and better way Is to make it yourself Eayg thc Little Chronicle For arrows make with a gimlet small boles an Inch apart in the end of a pine board 18 inches long Into the holes drive wire nails two Inches long or longer and pound the heads well down Then split tho board into strips each with a nail In the head and whittle them down to arrow size Wrapping the heads with twine will prevent their splittingA of wellseasoned oak or hickory four feet long and two inches wide planed until it bends readily makes a good bow Now for the most important thing of all the tepee You know of course that the Indians originally made their teepees of buffalo skins but now even they use some kind of cloth Just as you must You may use canvas or duck or army khaki or even bed ticking Suppose you want to make a tenfoot teepee to accommodate three or four boys G t3 square yards of cloth cut it Into pieces each 20 feet long and stitch them together making a strong seam When the slllchlng on mothers ma chine Iv done you will have a large sheet ten feet wide and 20 feet long Stretch DIAGRAM OF THE TEPEE this out smoothly on a floor or lawn drive a nail or peg at 0 the middle of crayonIlooped at both ends mark the halt cir cle A M D Cut off the corners and from them cut out the two smoke flaps as shown On the point of each flap a small piece Is sewed to make a pocket for the end of the smoke pole Cut out the V shaped pieces DOS and 0 T C DO and O C are each six Inches D S and C Tare 12 inches The smoke flaps are sewed to the main piece so that K H fits V D and W P fits C X Now work two rows of holes along the edges where the cover will come together The outer row Is two inches from the edge and the two rows are 112 inches apart Those on one side should exactly correspond with those on the other side so that when tho cover U drawn In place pins the size of a small lead pencil may pass through each set of have 100 feet of quarter Inch clothes line Make a loop at on end by doubling back five inches of the rope and wrapping it closely with strong twine Ilace the loop so that it will Just project at A and then hem the rope along the bottom of the rover A M D At B make another loop like the ono at A Now cut nine pieces of rope 15 Inches long fasten them to the hem rope at the bottom and tie into small loops These are for the pegs to hold the cover down and should be about three feet apart A ten foot rope should be fastened to R and another at L A fourfoot piece Is tied at its middle point through an eyelet at O The cloth and the rope for a tenfoot teepee should cost very little over three dollars Such a tent ready made of army khaki costs about 10 It you should wish to build a large tent slmpy cut your strips of cloth longer For a 12foot tent cut them 24 feet for a 15 foot tent 30 feet and remember that tho whole sheet of cloth when sewed together should be twice as long as it Is wide The Usual Catch So Bragley was out fishing yester day How many did he bring hock with himOh about a dozen A dozen what Dues No fish iloriei Philadelphia Press THIS DOG CARRIES MONEY His Name Is Rags and II Is the Custodian of His Mistress Dank hook Rags Is the name of a little mon grel dog not prepossessing in appear ante owned by Mrs John II Mor rison whoso husband is a bookkeeper In a tannery at MIddletown N Y where the canine spends much of hb time but neverhtcless this dog ow ing to his remarkable intelligence Is highly prized by his mistress Rags makes a dally practice of visiting the local bank where he deposits tho money of the firm where Mr Morrison is engaged lie has developed an Instinct almost human Ha will not allow anyone to handle the deposit book after onco taking it in his mouth save tho bank officials and his master at the bank Rolls ot bills In Rags mouth aro much safes by far than In the hands of many men 1mlportantAnother pastime of this remarkable dog Is to visit a pond near by his KACS ON HIS WAY TO DANK home and with pole in mouth swims out to the middle of tho stream and there fish for specimens of the finny tribeSuperintendent Harry M Hayes of the tannery was walking past the pond recently when he thought to have ft little sport with Rags by pretend ing to hurl something into the pond for the dog to go after The dog Jumped in and swimming to the cen ter of the pond was seen to plunge about for a minute and then start ta swim back The action of tho dog excited Mr Hayes curiosity He came to the con clusion that Rags had suddenly become ill and was upon the point oC going to the rescue when in the mouth of the dog he saw a long pole from which a line was trolling Now and then there was a violent Jerking of the pole and line which almost pulled the dog from sight but the plucky little fellow finally reached tho bank la an exhausted condition In Its mouth was a 15foot polo and a line on tha end of which was a large catfish CLEVER GAME OF AUTHORS It Affords a Lot of Amusement and Incidentally Imparts Some Valuable InformationIThe following from the Christian Endeavor World will mako a pleasant parlor game Read the descriptions and see how many can guess the au thorThe oldest authorAdams- The youngest author Child The healthy author Hale The sickly author Haggard The fragile author Reade The colliers author Coleridge The farmers authorFields Tho gardeners author Oulda The sportsmans authorHunt The harvesters author Hay The pugilists authorKnox The warriors author Shakespeare The ditchers authorTrench The Jewelers authorGoldsmlth Tho tipplers author Barrle Tho anglers author Hooker The chefs author Cooke The dudes authorTaylor The lovers author Lincoln The suburban author Townsend The domestic author Holmes The greedy author Hogg The woodland author Hawthorn The cunning authorFox Tho pontifical authorPope Ths evasive author Dodge The submarine authorCable- The painful author Bunyan The groaning authorPaine The dangerous author Wolfe The aboriginal author Savage The blistering author Burns Thq refreshing author BrookV The breakfast author Bacon The dinner author Lamb The snappish author Crabbe Gabriels authorhomekThe Sangster l Richard Stuck to His Point Prof Blank is a Chicago musts teacher not remarkable for personal beauty but a worthy citizen withal A certain lady of the Windy City was compelled to censure her son for rude remarks concerning tho professors looks Now Richard said tho mother sternly let mo never again hear you speak in such disrespectful terms ot Prof Blank Very well ma replied the youngster but he certainly is a homely man isnt heT Thats very true my child but all the same you mustnt speak of It Prof Blank is a very estimable man I guess he Is ma went on the young hopeful but my hes ugly Then entirely forget ful of the maternal admonition the In corrigible youngster added Why ma the professor is so ugly that when he makes a face hes handsomer than when he Isnt making a face Whereupon the mother collapsed Pilgrims Progress in Chinese A translation of The Pitgrlms Progress is popular in China Som of the pictures show Chrlstlaa with the face and garb ot a Chinaman ritb a shaved lead and pigtail THE CITIZEN HIII IIIII Eastern Kentucky News lWIIeIRo correspondence published unless signed in full fcy the writer The U not for publication bat u an evidence of good faith Write plainly I I II I 11 I 11 I I 11 IIrlIIff I Ir IrlITr MADISON COUNTY BARE KPOB Sept 13Greon Lake of Ever green visited friends of this plat Homo few days past Charley Davis of Bare Knob visited his fnthern law Mr Deering at Ford Friday nu- tSaturdayT i J Lake has returned from Livingston to his homo Pleas nnnl news has been heard from Mr and Mrs J M Baker of Illinois They hopo to visit a good many of their old friends and relatives before returning to BoreaMrs James improvingChasSkinner few days stay at A C HartsO M Payne the busy merchant at Dis putanta paid Berea a flying visit Saturday Several of the citizens of this place were present at Rich mond for Court dayMr M V Disputantaisited people of Clear Creek are all making ready for the Association which is t BaptistChurclrtwo claysSquirrel hunting and bean picking seems to bo tho leading occupation at Bare Knob now for a few weeks Mrs E Collins and son have gone to Winchester business C G Baker has returned from Villa Grove Ill for a few weeks stay at homo PEYTONTOWN Sept illRev G L Campbell is at Crab Orchard assisting Rev G D Miller in a revival meetingMr eternityFridaytho family burying ground Tho funeral was conducted by Rev T H Brom a pus and Wade Tompson MIES Florence White who has been hero visiting returned to Chicago Sunday PoC Phelps was in Richmond visiting his aunt Mrs Allcna Rice Ho returned homo ill a few days after and died Sunday night his disease is unknown and tho school greatly mourns his loss Charley F Burnam returned to Cincinnati last week after spending few days with his relatives Rev S M Watts has gone to Indianapolis a dclegato to the Good Samaritan CouncilMr and Mrs William Warner of Richmond Ind are hero visiting their relatives Littlo Gilbert Buniam spent a few days with his brother J C B Bur uam of Berea last week- WALLACETON Sept HIJessio Clarko and fami ly of Berea were tho guests of Mr Tisdalo and family last Sunday Dan Botkins little girl is very sick with typhoid fever James Wallaces child has been very sick with fever but is some betterTobacco cutting is about over in this locality To bacco is very good heroA J Smith has returned from a trip through Jackson County Harden Kidd has sold his hay baler to William Stoll and quit tho busineas Grider Wal lace is very low with consumption G E Brockman and family visited James Baker and familyof Berea last Sunday George Carter and family and W T Woodal and fami ly wore tho guests of R B Gabbard and family last Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE Sept 18Mr and Mrs J D Carters little child about ono year oldwas buried Saturday It had been sick for a long timeF M Carter is still very low and very little chanco for his recovery Wo pro having some very dry weather now Wo had two light frosts last week Mrs B F Lear and two charming daughters of Paint Lick visited Mr and Mrs Chiveus Terrell at Carters tulle WednesdayMr Terrell hasI bought Dr B Ramsey Torrolls farm and will build in tho near future Ho also bought a tract from James WoodsJ C Napier has purchased A K Walkers farm near PtLeavell price 70 per acroA J Hammack and wife visited their daughter atI Hammack Saturday Uncle Jack paylgets tho money wo hopo to get enough to pay off the debts andstop tho racket Every body claims to have paid from five to thirty dollars on the house and yet about 80 to j payOWSLEY COUNTY DOORWAY Sept 0The corn is hardening ragejon of every ing the mail from Doorway to Con fluence Bon Burns his brother Chester and cousin Stephen missed school Friday to go to Oneida aSbut hopes he will not roo lmain BO very long Vain hopes of t do poor manClifT Mobcrly bought givingtourman received visit from Brico Dean lust Wednesday Green Burns bought n fine shotgun from N F Ambrose last week Jossc Couch Septomberhaving success with his school mak ing a higher average than any pro placoJolton his way homo from Oncida this week James Daniel went to tlm- oassociation at Oneida Saturday OABBARO Sept 12Circuit Court bogies at Boonevillo Monday tho 10th of Sep tember Some murder cases are to Iw tried Stewart MoyeH of South Booneville was hero Friday on busi nesR W Minter was at Boono villo last Tuesday Tho farmers are busy saving folder nt prlsentC- B Gnhbnrd was at Booneville Satur day on business T L Gnbbard has mowed from Booneville to II den Leslie County Ho will probably establish a bank thorelIr and MM Meredith Gabbard visited rel atives on Lower Buffalo Saturday and Sunday1Valker Wilson deputy flheriwas hero last week summoning jurymen nnd witnesses ISLAND CITY T H Hurst and W Bullockwill move their saw and grist mill from Jackson county to this place on till possessions of tho 0 K Lumber Co BOOH Foddor saving is tho general occupation hero at present Brewer Brothers are making progress in tho sale of general merchandise gaining custom by honest dealing Tho Oak Grove school District No 18 hastfallen short of attendance on of measlesJ T Gentrya citizen of Owflloy count for 15 years who is now tleprivedof manual labor by amputation of tho left forearm anhnounced himself a candidate for Befsor of Ottjloy county subject to tho action of tho Republican party at tho November election 1001 Tho favors of every individual in the county will bo appreciated JACKSON COUNTY GREEN HALL A largo crowd attended tho Baptist Association at Rock Springs on tho 2nd 3rd and 4th Quarterly meet ing for tho Burning Springs M E circuit was held at Cannons Chapel last Saturday and Sunday Elder Hill sent ns substitute Rev S Rob ertsMiss Hattie Minter of Boono villa who has been visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood for tho past two weeks has returned home Mrs C A Minter and Miss Hattie Minter wore tho guests of Mr Jeff Strong last Wednesday Walter Cannon and wire ofthis place contemplates going to tho circus at Rich mondnoxt week Damo Rumor says that James Bowles and Miss Millie Freeman are to bo married soon Tho good Republicans are very much disgusted at tho Hunter Edwards wrangleSchool teachers have begun to complain of small attendance on account of foddering Hickory Flat school will not stop for folder ing nor molasses making Wo think it best to not stop school for anything when it can bo avoided- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Wo had a little shower yesterday that settled tho dustMr Miller died Sunday 18th Ho loft a good testimony said he was ready to die Ho leaves a wife and several little children to mourn his loss Mrs Susan Ogg is sick and not expected to live long She is a good Christian old lady1Vo are having tho best meeting at Scaffold Cano that wo have had for years Bro Bryant is doing tho preaching Ho is a good Christian man There wore five additions to tho churchMr J G Clark was out looking for some n1ll1l8W P Anderson was visiting friends and relatives hero Saturday and Sunday ALCORN Sept lUWo are glad to knowI Miss Pattio Mo ers is able to begin her school Monday which has been dismissed for tho last week on ac count of her illnesi Below wo givo numbers in attendance of some of tho Superintendont leas 54 persons in attendance out of 105 in tho district No 28 had CO out of 107 No 25 had 40 out of 00 No 52 was time best with 31 out of 35 mid No 50 tho poorest with only 7 out of 45 There should ho a much bettor showing made than this DISPUTANTA Thomas Miller is very sick and is expected to live but a short tine C B Davidsons little boy is very II I Our Popular Scholarship Contest +I eeeTilE CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two torms to bo given to tho two mast popular young people in each of tho eight Sill pissAsLee County Mary Farlor 1200 Clay Combs 150 Floyd Lucas 600 H McGuiro 100 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessio Hays 1175 Claudo DoBaun 117G Wallace Adams noo Tommio Baker 375 Pearl Gay 300 Maggie Lowen 276- Clay County Susie Sparks 1tt50 Ida Bongo 1600 W M Rico IIQO M M Robinson 1200 T E Burch 010- G Chas Combs GOO J Janis 500 Mary Collins 400 Owslay County Nora Wilson 8ro Snowden Reynolds600Gar- field Campbell lrIO Mary Bay450Flo-ra Pendorgrass 201 Burgoyno Botner IIG Nettie Treadwny llG B J Pondergruss 101 Jeanctto Gabbard 100 Read THE CITIZEN advertisement on page 5 sick at this timoHo J F Phelps passed todayon his way to New Hope church where ho was culls to preach tho funeral of Archie McGuiro Miss Maud Lake amid her Brother Green of Jackson County passed today on their way to Boron Little Howard Pay no has been very but is thought to lx BOIIIO bet Circuit Court will convene at Mt Vernon today with a big docket Win White was on Dais branch this week prospecting for goldOn Tuesday night W S Shearers house was burned with most of his household and kitchen furniture Mr Mason Anglin has been sowing grass this weokLast Thursday night Bell WalelelllI house was burned hilt ho saved tho most of his house hold goods Jack Frost came to wo us twice lost weok LIVINGSTON Mr J R Carters father received a stroke of paralysis Saturday night and is in a very serious condition Buck French who lives about two miles from town gave n birthday dinner Sunday anti invited several of his friends from Livingston who wore convoyed out by Mr W M Stanley John R Carter and family have gone to take in tho Worlds Fair Haioy Mink is repairing his property near tho postolfice Mrs Emily Mullins of Mullius Station was down Sunday to see her taught tel Mrs W B Sigmon who is sick with typhoid fever Rome Adams has lent trading horses again Water is veryscarce heroTho Public School Iwgan hero Monday 13th with Mrs K Fishback prin cipal and Georgia McFerron and Mrs H C Wndo assistant teachers TKBTItlSA M III name Implle In wet tjr every mother wiN To lay cimvul louf that rome on When teething time bCRliin to dawn For Nausea Vomitingand tho weak irritable Stomach of children nothing equals Dr Moffetts TEETHINA Teething Powders It Aids Diges tion and Regulates the Bowels 7 90109K Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the ight stuff Men of oak II are men in ug cd health men whose bodies arc made of the sound materialsChildhood is the time to lry c foundation for n sturdy con stit Lion that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates uic growing powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti tution ISand for freo nmPIO GCOTT BOWNC Chomlats 400415 Ponrl Street Now York OOc and OIOOj all dr uggfatt Rockoastla County Rnchel Hibberd 500- E B Thompson f00 John McFerron 100 Fnnnio McCluro UK- Mollio Carter 1H Minnie Nicely UK- Ilyrdu MclnrguollOJackson V L Bofiloy1 2500 Susie Watson 1200 Uuirn Hatfield lOiO Samuel Davis 000 Lizzie Wilson rS50- Xnnnio Olick 800 Lucy Parsons 200 May Sparkman UOO C D Smith 100 Rolwrt Taylor 100 Estlll County Katie Moorea t0Ambrose Wilson 8H- OGarnett Powell 700 ThednNoland 500 Nora McGee 100 J II Richardson 200 Katie Winklor 200 D B AluitilNitiKli 200 Robert L Coylo 102 Martini Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwoll 100 THE REGISTRATION LAW Constitutionality of the Act Argued Before Court of Appeals Trankfort Ky Sept 21Tho case of Yates vs Collins of Kenton county Involving tho constitutionality of tho registration law passed by the last ipRlslature held to be unconstitutional by Special Judge Mackojr was argued before the whole bench of the court of appeals Tuesday morning Lewis McQuown and Charles Furber spoke for appellants and Attorneys Burton Vance and D W Farlclgh for tho ap pellees and tho case was submitted Upholds the Injunction Frankfort Ky Sept 21The ap pellate court Tuesday refused to dis solve tho Injunction In tho Edwards Hunter contest In the Eleventh con gressional district nnd the district committee must meet at Somerset to again canvass the returns which gives Edwards a majority Louisville Jockey Deprived of License Berlin Sept 21Wlllto Doauchamp of Ixjulsvillo Ky who with Charley Van Duscn also an American Jockey hns been riding most successfully nt Hoppcgarten meeting has been deprived of his license by the stewards on account of nn unsaUsfactory rido Jones Daughter Divorced Paducah Ky Sept 21D M Flour ney ono of the most prominent brok ers and society men In Paducah was granted a divorce from Laura Flour noy daughter of Evangelist Sam Jones The couple met hero last summer at nn evangelistic meeting Big Failure In Louisville IxiulsvlMc Ky Sept 21Mnyer Mitchell Co one of tho most proml nent wholesale and commission merchants of Louisville made nn assign ment Tho firm lost 25000 threo years ago In an attempt to corner tho local potato market Death of Hon David Pryse nenttyvllle Ky Sept 21lIon Da vid Pryse one of Oho most prominent citizens in Estill county died nt his homo at tho ago of 70 Ho was tho first representative from this county In tho Kentucky legislature and twice represented It The Strikers Are Quiet Newport Ky Sept 2lThero was no further rioting at tho Newport Iron and brass foundry Tuesday The trOll ble of Monday night when several nonunion men wore assaulted and bad ly hurt prevented any work being done Wife Granted a Divorce Williamsburg Ky Sept 21Tho rommunlty was very much surprised whoa It was learned that Mrs J N Sharp wife of Commonwealths Attor noy J N Sharp for tho 28th Judicial district was granted a divorce The BradleySouth Wedding Louisville Ky Sept 21Tho date of tho marriage of MUo Christine Bradley and Dr John South of Frank fort has been set for November 2 at tho residence of the brides parents ex Gov and Mrs W O Bradley No Wonder heExpired nurkesvlllo Ky Sept 21Mattlo Drown tho ICyearold daughter of Rev J L Drown of Poplar Log died from tho effects of eating carpet tacks hairpins needles etc while In a stato of temporary Insanity His Skull Fractured Paducah Ky Sept 21A telegram was received front Vicksburg Miss swUng that Officer John Austin of Pa ducah was in tho hospital there with a fractured skull but did not stato how ho received it Carriage Satisfaction HereI carriages invariably give No butter plnco to buy than llEItE No hotter Unto to uy than NOW PricoH down to Kockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Ladies Only It Is Who Need Most Relief From tating Pains and Aches Dr Mlles Antlr ln Pins are tot women Woman a tlrllcato nervous organism tingles to the lrat jarring Influence and seine ache or lrht Is the result The remedy Is at band Dr MUM AnilPain Villa They set most nwrvelkMMly on worn ixns nervous orfntm awl relieve and cure the puln to which rtw hi a martyr JlMtUcltM nvumlctae pain monthly relM and alt klnda of palM dfeappenr as If a gentle land had lightly soothed them away IMBBIMM KiMh of Wood to the plead Toothache Backache are all cured by t1wM IJttU Comforters Cured without danger of tllMRrwablo aftereffect cured quickly cured with out unnatural action m liver stomach or other Internal organ Dr Mlles AntiPain Mil please the women and tile children take them bemuse they are easy to take nail soothe all their Buffering For yean I had spell of sick heed ache at tunes suRerfnj untold aeonlM I could nut uulure any excitement Holnc to church and even vloltine brought on these touts triM numrmu remmllr without relief until tried Dr Mile Anil Pain 1Wa and arlltltomaward off the attack am t and soothe meMRBAllAll ttTXINsSON Htalnrtown la- Prk 2 a hex Never wild la bulk FREE Writ to us for Free Trial Itofknee of Or Miles Anti Pain Pills tINe Hclenliac Remedy for Pain AIM Symptom INank Our Hpeclallst will dlsgm your tell what Is wrong and Iow tn right It U IltlTAINU 0 For days Stock to select 4 Richmond +1i1II MDS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entro Nous Clob 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 For nearly four eara 1 from ovarian troubles limo doc tor Insisted on an operation as the only way to well strongly objected to nn operation My felt disheartened an well oa for homo with a nick woman Is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Card mo to try and lie did so Ibegantolmprovotnafewdnysandmy eighteen was Mn Stowos byreml110Wino of Cardul cures that sick ness and and ness again Do not go on suffer Uo to your druggist today and secure a 100 of of WlNECftRBUI Buggies Phaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish boelYIfioish repaint repair KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C Women LittlcIrri MuLAUOIUVTOUIIW Wo have bought th- oMoat Shop Known on tho U D Moat Storo on Main Streetinnd will hnvo fresh moat on nil tho time Come and see UK for fair treatment trade in noliolod liars Durham Bros Main Street Uoroa Kj Tho Special build o- fTennessee Wagons mako thorn tho moat desirable of anyllwagons on tho market 211n running gear f12dO cash U in running Roar flti 00 cash Sold by A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Boron Ky n rH HHtI I I I I I I I 25 Percent OffIthe next 30 on the Cele brat ed White Mountain Refrigerators f Largo from ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main Street Ky 1111 1H1tt1HM1HtMH1hlHIl1hH 1002 suffered I u I letter shows every brings health Cardui hand Your Tho Stomach Is tho Man A weak stomach woahPris tho man because It cnnnot transform tlo food ho oath into nourishment Health and strength cannot bo restored to nor sick titan or wonk woman without first restoring health and strength to tho stomach A weak stomach cannot tligost enough food to food the tissues nnd revive tho tired antI run down limbs and organs of tho body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you sat cleanses and strengthens tho glands antI inombrnnoH of tho stomachs and euros indigestion dBwpnia and all stomach troubles Sold by East End Drug C- oFarm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cano about 8 miles from Borea Cottagn House Storo House Barn and other out I buildings Good grass lots Poultry Yard Young Orchard of about 60 Bearing trees Good Garden nover failing water also goof sprint with Hydraulic Ram supplying House and stock water at Barn Will sell cheap for cash C M SEE ferns Ky Subscribe for The Citizen fre