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I HHHM lMIIlIH +HHHI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Kutirtd ol tki loft nt Herta Ay at skua aaaU mat- UriIIiIIIHIH +H1I11IH1 + I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1901 One dollar a year NO 1C II IDEAS Wild oatH nro not Mown ill Htnit ht furrows Some cent injojilo try to lire like a douhlu eagle reepinlUonfor Contentment in tliu hinlwo hoo but can lever trap A gut many Holfinado men look us if thor ought to havo had HOIIIU help TAKE NOTICE MisH Virginia Dox formerly niis sionary in tho Indian Territory will BHak in tliu Tabernnclo Sunday night QlcnvoH k Co contractors for the wily works aro oUVriiif work for men tennis No OliO mwl Iw idlu or poor in the neighborhood Keren this fall FROM THE WIDE WORLD Lady Curzon wife of tho Viceroy of India rqtortod to Ira in better condition than for semi days Mount Vesuvius is in n slate of eruption thorn violent than at may t turn ninco 1872 Many of till JXHJ plu KiirroundiiiK towim nro leaving thuir Irons With tho purl ot u of forcing tho war with Jajwm to a Rx dy tormina lion the EmJerorof HtiHuin has taken slojw to roorganizo and roenforco tIll fighting force in till Far Kast A w coed unity is to iMtcnnitnl under uommnnd of Gen GrippcmVrg a vutemn of many wars Silver fight lug at Port Arthur is rnx rlcd to tdrolljtholll4111ft tilt ilaiHinem Heavy tiring was i heard u im on SoplemlHT 21 hilt de 1tails of tho fighting at that time are IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Senator Hoar is np motel to Ix slowly HJnking John Redmond the Irish leader in an uddnmK in Chicago said the Irinli rule in dying jwirtyof thirtyfivo Rhodim nchol toHnI ip winners will sail from Boston for Kngland on Soptointxir 27 Under tho will of Mm Elizabeth Qreon Kelly of Chicago till Univer city of Chicago will rvctivo about 100000 Judge Parkers formal letter of ncctptniictt of the Dumocnilic presi dential nomination was givi n to the jirwi last night ludgo Parker spoilt u quiitt Sunday nt RoNcmoinil attend hug church wrvinft during tilt day In tilt category with lime man who oxM ciH to get into Heaven upon tho btrength of his wifes niligion is tho man who declares that x ltics are rotten and till country on the rod to till Iwiv WOWH nod yet stays at homo on electon day instead of voting The death list as a rosldt of tho wreck on tho Southern niilway near Noivjnarkot Tenn Saturday has grown to sixty two and probably will exceed seventy Imforo Tmslayns many of the injured aro in a serious condition nail more deatlut may occur at theKnoxvillo hospitals- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho factory of the London Ky Vagon Works was destroyed by fire ut noon today Tho loss is 10000 According to n report issued by tho British College of Heralds of tho 177 families coiiHtitnting society in Amoica twentyone nro IIUIIUH from Kentucky Congrossmau O Q Qilbort of Shol byvillo was declared tho Democratic nomineo for Congress in thin Eighth district by tho District Committee ut Xicliolasville Louiavlllu day will Ixj celebrated in St Louis tomorrow by several hun willlrI Nunemacher and Jndgo Thomas It I Gordon will Ixj the speakers Frank Denison of tho Denison nol hhorhood Hart county lied A week ago his brother Luther Donison died In each case tho attending physician pronounced death due primarily to incessant cigarette smoking The judgment of the Hnrdin Circuit Court in tho case of Luther Stith against tho Commonwealth was re versed Ho was convicted Iwlow of ftpoisoning ono Maliasa Stith and son years in tho State prison Tho reversal is because of tho admis sion of incompetent evidence Commonwealths Attorney I In Taker characterizes tho pardon of Clem Buchtor by Actiug Governor Thorno us n sad blow to tho administration of Kentuckya t THE CITIZEN I ANCHORS SKHJION nV IMIKSIDENT FROST In tho Korea College Tttlwrnnclo Sept 25th Pros Frost delivered tho following sermon from the text Acts 27 20 Then fenriifg list they should havo fallen upon rocks they cast four anchors out of tho stern and wished for tho day Wo have just read the storyof Paths shipwreck old seen low the lives of all his company were saved by these four anchors Many of us have plover seen tho ocean or an ocean sailing ship Let mo picture to your mind tho mighty loop windswept and the floating hmlllttlll ship with its sails its engine its COIIIJMKH and its anchors Take n cup of water with n chip floating ujwii it and s4o what an in secure foundation water makes Take a IKK of water till blow upon it and how it is agitated oven I n breath Now imagine tho 1enilcky- river growing wider and wider until IklthHitlttI 11isllpp ear and nil you see in Otf direction is tho water and tho sky Thorn are no trees or rocks or hills to shelter us from till wind When till wind is silent the set is calm when the wind rises it is lashed into waves and cataracts and nil the margin is lined within rocks against which Ixsat the cruel white waves which are called breakers That is tho ocean And n ship is n floating house full of people It starts alono upon its great journey from one continent to the other It is newel by its wails and its engines it in guided by its compass and IN saved from destruc tion by its anchors Wo might preach about tho engine or thin coni aKsf but tonight wo preach about the anchors You havo won a picture of an anchor There is an iron lx am as largo as a gate post and at one end art two great hooks like arms barlxxl like fish hooks sharxtncd like plows which are to grapple with tho soil and flu rocks nt tho lx ttoin of tho sea With out an anchor n ship would drift with tilt current and lx swept onward by the wind and so find itself her from the place whore it should IK It is at till mercy of wind and current un less it has an anchor and tho ship wreck tlio awful thing which every sailor dreads usually tonnes about from tho lack or failing of an anchor The storm descends time waves roll and liocnuso tho anchor is not used or Ixnaitiso it gives way tho ship is curried upon tho rocks and dashed to jiieces spilling out its treasurer and its precious lives among tho breakers All this is n parable It teaches us something nltoul our own lives Tho world is like an teal with trials and temptations for the winds rid currents And your soul is like n ship timing its lonely way through tho calm and tho teni cst Our ships have nil started for tho good haven but they must sail across n treacher ous sea All unseen the ocean cur rents try to sweep us away from our course And tho wind strikes us sometimes with n steady pressure mad sometimes with a sudden gust to dash us upon tho rooks in destruction Every temptation nay ho culled n wind which blows ships towards tho rocks Every trial tinny Ixj called n current which would push tho ship to ruin Anda soul like n ship must have its strong anchors some timing that will hold it in place against all time blowing of tho wind and tho push of time currents prlnciplldefinition of this grunt word princi plo Tub Standard dictionary says ten principle is n settled lay or rnlo of action especially a principlo is n into conscientiously and resolutely adopted as u guide to action a deter mined rule of right action or habitual devotion to right as right AH exam ples of tho uses of this word tho die tionary gives these expressions Tho principles of morality that is tho rules of morality A nun of princi plo that is n man who has settled rules to go by And it quotes a noted author us saying The gener ality of jHrsoiiH act from impulse much more than from principlo Hero is a powerful sermon in tho pages of tho dictionary In defining n word the dictionary gives us n pie turo of tho selfpossessed tho uolfeou trolled tho successful man Thonnnn of principlo is tho man who has made good resolutions and stands by them He is tho man who has mado up his mind how it is best to net and who can bo dUlltJlIIllflllpOll to act in that manner every time Ho has realized tho need of anchor mind established tho habit of doing right A prin ciplo is a good resolution worked into a habit it is something that holds a man in time of trial and temptation A principle is an anchor to thin soul So I would hnvo each ono of you Income a manor woman of principle I would have you think eforolmnd nod decide how you proposo to ncl and not leave the decision to some moment of excitement and tcmpln thou I would have you provided with these rules as tho dictionary calls them rules resolutely adopted as a guide to action As you arc starting on lifes voyage I would havo you provido anchors against tho Union of danger Pauls ship had tour anchors and no ship can get along with less Among tho anchors tho principles which n soul ship should carrywo will tonight aeuion four time anchor principle of temperance the anchor principle of truthfulness the anchor principle of usefulness nnd the under principle of prayer Time first anchor is tomjorniico It should lx your principle to guard against everything which will weaken you in lxxlyor in mind This is tho rule 1 will WI good niifK in mod eration harmful tinny not nt nil And wo must havo it settled in ad vance that this is to bo our course Temptation comes like time wind which would drive tho ship ashore And have you ever noticed tho im pudence of jteoplu who tempt others f limo young man who is in huger of Incoming drunkard or of forming tho lolwcco habit stands Ixttwcen his friends und his tempters And his friends aro afraid to speak to him they do not wish to interfere with his affairs they do not wish to invade his liberty they lure too modest to give him a warning hut tho temp ter leas no modesty mill no hesitation He says Take u drink just for this once Take a drink for tho sake off hood company Drink just a little Now what tumult stand against such temptation except the anchor of a fixed principle You have often hoard tho ridiculous excuse of the man who Ixcomes a drunkard I drank just a little ho says just a taste to accommodate my friends and as soon as that little bit of whiskey was inside mo it unhinged my reason anil I went on nnd got drunk inno cbntly We have not time to discuss this whole subject of teinHraiRt to night but if wo desire to have our selves maul our friends insured against drunkenness disgrace and ruin wo must have time anchors of fixed tern xtfanco principles Wo must have as till dictionary ways a rule resolutely adopted as a guide to action People often urge you to adopt tho principle of tenixrnnco for tho sake of your example maul this is well but I urge you tonight to adopt the principle of temperance yourselfThodanger Tho very jx oplo who aro fullof noble impulses are moat liable to thin grout temptation The sailors have n saying that shipwrecked men never toll tales And it is so with thff shipwrecked souls How soon wo lose sight of tho menu who becomes n drunkard Ho is forgotten But if you make n search you will find out something of the great number of wrecks that occur on the ocean of human lifo for tho lack of tho anchor of temperance Go with mo to tho death beds to tho prisons to the xxirhoiiRos to tho back streets amid you shall hour voices as from tho dead warning us to provide anchors against tho temptations to intemperance Next conies tho anchor principle of truthfulness The temptation to vio late truth and honesty comes from within as often as from without Every ono of us desires to lx consid ered truthful and honest There is no insult which a Southerner is more ready to resent thou anything that reflects upon his truthfulness or honor lint the very fact that people are so touchy on this subject slows that they are conscious that they nro not always truthful and that they nro not always homies- tSomolimes the temptation comes in the mere form of cowardice You have broken n dish you has o lost a tool anti you do not wish to ho blam ed for it all so the temptation comes to cover up your misfortune by a lie This is what nay untrained child will do It is what any person will do unless ho has thought about it before hand nud undo up his mind that no matter what tho temptation may bo ho will never toll that which is not true Sometimes till temptation comes through our greed and then we call it dishonesty I have promised to work for a man for a month for 20 some one else commies along and offers me 25 for my months work Shall I stick to my bargain or shall I for 5 violate my pledge What would you do in such a case as that The Psalmist says Blessed is tho man who sweareth to his own hurt and clmngith not Time word sweareth hero menus promiseth Blessed is the man who makes n promise mud pronliReSvilldollbuudlunago his bargain for tho sake of his word and his honor That is tho man of principle Such n man has tho ap proval of his own conscience and tho rcsxt of all who know him t One who his no anchor of truth fulness in soul willtsometimes drift into other forms of dishonesty which amount to n kind of treason Supxwo a driver is sent with n livery rig to take mo to Richmond Tho price for tho drive wo will say is two dollars I ask him to drive sons distance Ixjyond Richmond and pay him three dollars instead of two Now stmIgx Ro ho returns to Bcrea says nothing alxjut the extra drive hauls over time two dollars to his em ployer time livery stable owner could kelp time other dollar for himself There is no ono who has noticed and eau bring him lo account Ho is an unfaithful servant Ho has betrayed his trust Ho is Irath n cheat and a liar Now my friends opjmrtunitics to client like that will come to every one of us The money is in your hand it Ixslongs to another who has trusted you and dejxsnds upon your honor and yet you arc in such a sit uation that no man knows of it You think you will escajx you may bo mistaken but you think you will es ciiix Gcxl only will know if you net time traitor Now that tempta tion is II strong one You need that dollar that is not yours the man you are robbing will never know of his loss A grout ninny other people nro engaged in this kind of dishon e sty These aro the waves of temp tation these are the winds that are Trying to blow you against the rocks have you an anchor that will hold you in the time of stormy My friends the shipwreck that comes to OUt who doeR not havo this anchor of truthfulness and honesty is something terrible The liar bo comus crosseyed mid unable to see or know truth himself Ho loses his reputation lx foro he suspects tint othor people susixMit him It is an awful thing to see n ship or n soul without an anchor driven upon tho rocks When time time of destruction crones nil the companions who have tempted you will turunway or point nt you tho cruel finger of scorn They will be us merciless as the waves amid tho crags of tho sea The final ruin of the drunkard and the liar is as horrible us tho wreck of the lies jwrus She itrurk where tin white and llorry warn looktM soft I tamed wool Hut the cruel rook they Roml her ulilpt Like the horn Itill angry bull And next comes tho anchor prime ciple of usefulness Nobody desires to lx considered nn indolent or it selfish person but there are strong ocean currents in our nature amid in tho world that drift in that direction Everyone of us will Ixi carried away by those currents unless we resist How easy it is to ho indolent in fact indolence consists in taking things easy and so it may ho truly said that indolence is tho easiest thing in tho worldl It is as easy as sitting still it is as easyas lying down Something for tho Ixnieiit of tho community needs to lx dote Wait says indolent urn lot somelxxly olso do it And in all our school districts our churches our noighlxrlioods things go undone Ixcuuso so many are waiting through indolence And how easy it is to ho selfish It is right to work for ourselves nnd wo have to work for ourselves but it tends to nuke us selfish People who are not indolent whom working for themselves nay ixAveryselfish so far as their neighbors are concerned The call is made for all hands to turn out nnd work on tho public road or to build n public schoolhouse Tho selfish man goes late sits in time shade for few hours and starts hone early to attend to his own affairs Ho las not realize that n minis glory is not what ho dos for himself but what ho does for lrisuoighm ours and his country Ho is content with the old farmers prayer 0 Lord bless mo and my wife my son John and his wife us four and no morel Now tho case of such an ungener oils unpatriotic roam is us munch n case of IIhirwrockILi though ho were n stdas a funeral for ho is lend to his dutynud his Continued on rage three I I JrI I IIvI I I II I r I Sixteen Departments Eight Pages IlllHIHIII i Cannot Afford To Lose l 11IAVE you deeds mortgages Iinsurance poli papersIIfso we advise you to rent one of oursafe deposit in our fire proof boxesj These safes will take of yurpapers jewelry and etc The Safe costs you yearCome r st THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier fy 2 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky Cut Flowers fDesigns 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beginning of n now school your means the finding of ninny now friends In anticipation of a pleasant years we call your attention to our especially attractive bargains in Ladies Hose and Vests Our large opening in fall and Ribbons in College colors Handkerchiefs thingsfeminine Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky e HtEt1HItI1ltlIf East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PURE m vas AND MEDICINES See our Bo and 100 Counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look nt the nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We nlso carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices 1 CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS SPICIALTT 0 WOOLF Prop t THE LITTLE WHITE CHURCH The woodpeckers tap alitI weatherworn cables The pigeons flit In At Its belfry above The swallows build neap In the roof of Its stables And round It the bees leek the blossoms they love The greenplumed old elms stand like sentries before It Uchlnd It the willows droop drowsy and still And gently the breeze from the ocean slugs oer It The little white meetinghouse under the hill The goldenbarred sunbeams newminted and yellow Like falchions flash In at the windows queer panes To till the old church with a radiance mellow And cut through the dustdrift fair star powdered lanes They gild the high pews with a glittering splendor With halos of glory they dapple the wall And on the quaint pulpit their touch falls ns tender And soft as the peace that lies over It all Mow often Ive gazed at those bright lances streaming And fancied them ladders to mansions of Joy As In the old pew by the aisle I sat dreaming The wonderful dreams of a lightheart ed boy My eyes do but close and again to their places Como trooping the shadowy figures I know The forms well remembered the dearly loved faces The faces and forms of the blest long ago I hear round about me the hymnbooks light rustle The lavendercd gowns scent the fan driven breeze And through the faint murmur and soft Sabbath bustle The sermon drones on like the buzzing of bees Beside me the dear sweetfaced mother Is sitting The whitehaired old grandslre serene and devout The brother with thoughts neath his curls Idly flitting To where the blithe bluebird Is singing without Dear little home church tis a beautiful story The picture you frame In the sunbeams red gold For through It Is shining the Godgiven glory The rest and the peace of thoso Sunday ot old Mud though in grand temples that tower high above you Tar tar from your portals they wor ship at will Whll memory lasts all your children shall love you O little white meetinghouse under the hull I Joe Lincoln In Youths Companion A Real Daughter f of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHAROT Copyright lyn by J IL Lip ncott Company CHANTER X CovmtED June hurtled to her brothers apart nient It was not in the disorder that must ntcnH rooms would be for Ed Jvartl was as neat as n girl In truth re wait girlish In many things In his delicate features and small hands and feet in Ids lisping voice nnd iniucln walk and graceful ways Much of u fop also was lieutenant Kllcry and he hud brought over with him from England full half a dozen more uniform than he needed There had crossed with him from London a brother officer who was quite ns foppish ns he and hud brought with him likewise a surplus of apparel lie had induced Edward to store his extra suits along with his own and being a much larger man than Edward it was from Ills wardrobe that Jane was pilfering The Ellrry garret was divided into two rooms with a passageway be tween into which the stairs ascended The passageway had n large window which looked out into the night A sentry paced before the closed door of one of tlie rooms Within were the two prisoners each with his arms bound I Gabriel presented Col Bessemer order with a flourish to the sentry An here am some freshments what my missus sent you salt lifting carefully from his tray a plate of cnke and a decanter of wine and setting them down on the window seat The sentry was thirsty the cake looked delicious the wine wan more than tempting He threw open the door for the negro to enter Leave the door open he commanded Van Mili Hiiahly salt Gabriel answered as he crossed the threshold with his tray hind set it down upon a insideWhy Mello Gabe Worthington called out Vis it you Dats what it am Massn Godfrey Rarvnu iimsxn sarvax massa Gineral Heart am eome missus sent you with her accompllllh1 ments but lawsy me how In you nh gain to eat rid you abs hands tied Mistali Itedcoat sah they suah will have to tune ley aha hands untied Dey Mat eat his way The sentry haul already taken two big swallows of the wine nid he could scarcely wait to pour himself another goblet Before he took the third Fits stuiT never had he tasted anything su enticing Gabriel went to the door and gazed at him with beseeching eyes Mlntuh Sentry will kint I js loosen day ahll bans a Icetle so dey kin eaU Trobbbly if the wine had not al t ready gone to the lien try head he would not have consented but ns it was he nodded acqllllc lIce while he took another swallow Gabriel having deftly loosened the ropes which bound them placed the tray on the chest which held the candle and politely Invited the pris oners to partake This done he walked again to the door the long white cloth which had been doubled over the tray in his hands He stood with his eyes fixed In ap parently dreamy carelessness upon the soldier The opportune moment had ar rived The sentry stooped to pour himself more wine Gliding softly behind him the black skilfully threw the cloth over his head and face and drew the ends taut in the back The soldier taken by surprise would have hurled himself upon his assailant but the latter was too quick for him and hind him upon the floor before his brain benumbed by the drugged liquor could appreciate just what had happened Worthington took In the situation instantly and sprang to Gabriels old while the general followed with the GABRIEL DASHED TO THE WINDOW AND SEIZED IT rope which had bound them Together they tied the captives hands and feet and cautiously removing the cloth from his head gagged him Gabriel flung open the door of the other room In here massa in here he whispered And in they put him did you do this Gabe Worthlngton asked in a low tone when this much had been accomplish ed It Is useless We cant possibly escape There are sentries posted In the hall below and ull around the house Xevah you mine massa Missy Jane hab n way Godfrey thrilled at the name Jane Was it possblc she laud interested herself Was it Miss lane who sent us the food he asked I supposed it was Mrs Ellery With you see massa it wah missy what pahsuaded missus into send In it an I reckon it vnh Miss Jane what got Kunnel licsReinnh to sign do pahuilt knse we nh know huuh kin jes twls him roun huah fingnh like dis He cleverly imitated the twist ing process The light died out of Godfreys fuce An it wait Miss Jane too the darky went on what got Aunt IJaclu to put dot truck of Aunt llachea old mammys In dc wine Godfrey now understood what land inspired Jane to make this attempt for it was tin Ellery tradition how Aunt Kachels mothera Voodoo woman had once saved her mU tresss family from an Indian massa ere by placing a jug of drugged brandy within tempting reach of the Invading savages They fell upon the brandy before they fell upon the in mates of the house and by the time the beverage had been consumed they were lying inert masses upon the floor While it was clever in Jane to resort to it now Godfrey deprecated her action for it was likely to bring trouble and exposure to her without aid to him However he reflected rather bitterly her influence with Bessemer would enable her to escape punishment even should her plot be discoveredThere as agitation in time great oak tree whose branches shaded the garret windows The three men started at the rustling sound tho whites with apprehension the black with a knowing look Through the entry window was thrust a long stick with a crook on the end To this crook was tied a bundle The stick swayed nervously as though It were held by hands scarce strong enough to support It Gabriel dashed to the window seized it and laid the bundle triumphantly at Godfreys feet Thnh you is massa than you is Missy Jane said herd do it an her hab DIs am a llritlsher unlfoahm All yous got to do am to put it on mighty quick an walk down dem steps big as life wid dis ohdah in you han See I took him from de red coat jes like roiosy tole me to He held up TJessemers order admitting him with the refreshments Dem redcoats aint gain to read it Dey Jes see Kunnel liessemaha name tached t It nh dats enough Deyll tank yous a British offlsah suah an when you Bits to de gate nh youg got to do am to say de pass wubd what am Solitude Missy Jane huahcd Mnsnu Edwnhd say It ovfch to a gtnmnn tonight to make such he had It right- Godfrey was paying slight heed to the darkey He was reading the note Jane hud attached to the uniform in which she urged haste Without a word of explanation or apologyhe began in the most high o handed manner to divest Oen Fierce of his coat and thrust the British hat and coat upon him The breeches will do he said they will not be noticed in the dim light and with Ucsscraers order In your hand you are likely to be passed without too much inspection At any rate there is no time to change He pushed the general towards tile head of the stairs and the old man utterly bewildered was passive in his grasp Then suddenly rousing himself he threw off the compclllnf hands and faced the younger man In a furyWhy why boy you fool you do you think Im going to escape InI clothes provided for you General listen to me You know that I niu taller than any man In Uessemers troop If I attempt to- go I shall be stopped and It will not only mean death for both of us but compromise for Miss Ellery and possibly death for Gabriel here as well If you ma i the attempt you have every prospect of success and can then gather some of our brave fellows to conic here and rescue me before sunrise the hour which w were told Bessemer hind fixed for our executionAs finished speaking Worthing ton stepped back Into the room they lad formerly occupied and closing the door drew a heavy chest across it thus effectually shutting Pierce oatThe old man perceived with rising choler the ruse the younger hnd em ployed By imprisoning himself thus In the room he cut off the others arguments and made it imperative for him to go or for both to be left to their fate- Gabriel liking the change of plot no better than the general nevertheless hurried him forward Mama Godfrey wont go nn you is you bcttah hurrysab Par nlnt no time to stan agltattn hcah no longah We ahll be caught n strung upsalt Still reluctant the old man descended the Blairs CHAITEK XI TilE KKmiEVE Massa Godfrey Gabriel called cautiously through the keyhole lu am done gone Goddby young massa Uawd bless you yah The darkys toice was a sob Godfrey opened the door and Issued forth Goodby old boy he said goodby The white and the black hands clasped and the negro the tears rolling down his cheeks stumbled blindly towards the stairs Godfrey turned back into the room nnd seating himself upon the chest beside the diminishing candle awaited the coming of the death guard Little did he surmise that nil this time Jane had been in the true outside the entry window where she could tee what went on and while she could not linear what was said for the tones were too low and her distance too great she could not mil to understand the meaning of the pantomimeWas no way left to save him Could she think of no other plan Why was she given a brain tit all if it would not serve her in such extremity Suppose that tomorrow that an hour hence when too Itttc sonic plan would come to her by which she might have saved him She could not bear It She raised her eyes to time jewelled sky Oh God she prayed lake away from me all power for future thinking but con centrate in me now for this one in stant the power to think to some availAs though In answer to her prayer a thought did come to her Working her way down cautiously from the topmost branches where she had clung to the wider limbs below whose leaves played within her open window she waited until the sentry beneath had gone to the other end of his beat and then swung herself to her window ledge It was an old old trick one site had played dozens of times In her childhood and girlhood Often site and Edward had gone through that performance when they were children and one or the other of them was Incarcerated in the garret for some misdemeanor The noose was ready to fit Worth ingtons neck when the figure in tho uniform of a British lieutenant with a military cloak slung across its shoulders rushed upon the scene Captain you are to join Col Besse willbackattack from the Americans and everyman is needed at his post Do not delay a second But Lieut Ellery what nbout this fellow We are to hang him Leaic him to me I will attend to this manImen troublellomeIup to its full lisping tones heretofore somewhat breathless he threw haughty imperi ousness What has the British army fallen so low that a British lieutenant is not a match for 01 poor rebel prisoner with his hands bound Tis a sLd state of affairs I advise you not to stand quibbling here captain when your colonel expects you- Thecaptain looked troubled Though nominally superior in rnnkJie knew DesseIhim but the proceedings were most IrregularIf the prisoner In your hands sir you will be personally responsible for him Certainly the other answered brusquely Stilt reluctant the captain rave the command and marched his wen oft through the woods in the direction the lieutenant had indicated CHAPTER XII TUB BARGAIN Jane said Worthlugton quietly when they had gone do you know time terrible risk you are running la this mail attempt In her tomboy ish days he hid more than cnco seen Jane dressed In her bnMherH clothes and heard her skilfully mock his voice and ways for in truth Jane had no little talent as an actress On her part slut evinced no surprise at his recogni thin Yes site answered to his question drawing her clonk about her to con cent us much na she could her mol attire I know it nil but I do not core I do not even care that I lave just implicated my brother lu n way that nay make it most dllllcult for him to extricate himself I must I will save you nnd when that Is done shall go to Col Bessemer and tell himallWhat will you tell him Worth- Ington asked I shall tell him that I could not permit him to commit a ruthless murder to soil his hands with blood in this cruel fashion The American drew back Ah that U it he said bitterly It is to save him from murder to keep hit Lauds uusmlrched you do Itl it Ii for his slkeI might have known She had unbound his arms by now and stood off from him Copt Worthington permit me to advise you to go nt once lio he cried disdainfully Qt and leave you to face alone the con sequence of your rash notion o it might be that Coil Bessemer wouh not properly appreciate the effort you have made to prevent lima doing that which is his chief daily amuite meat I shall seek the gentleman mind put myself again Into his hands with the request that he make quick work of me GodfreyEven ery dull youig tuna could not fall to interpret tins cry of pain mind entreaty Jane He Kssessed himself of her hands hut she snatched them front him Oh go she besought If WVei you cared for me if ever I was aughl to you go Do you not see that mj heart In breaking with fear Is it possible you do care for me Jane he usked too flushed with sudden joy to have mind for aught else Is it not Bessemer you love after nil- Bessemer she repented throwing back hor head with her fumlllaf gesture of disdain and speaking in n tune of scorn that ill became one wino hail only that morning been tempted I y the BrltUh colonels silver tongue Roused at last to the necessity of grasping this chance of escape by her cxpimttilatloiiH he turned for one last embrace one final word of good by then plunged into the denser shadows of the woods beyond Jane stood listening to time crush lug of time brush under his feetj then her quick ears caught a sound that sent her to her knees halt fainting half praying It was a shout of triumph the shout of hunters who had come upon their preyA shot rang out another and nn other Then she dlHtlngtiUluvl 11111 ctners voice Is he dead Ah no I see n mere scalp wound that has knocked him senseless Well let him lie there until we con fit u noose to finish him withTo CoutlnuedJ t THE SIGN OF THE FISH HIMT It auto to He red as A Dmliul by the Knrlr Christian Church The symbols upon early Christian monuments of whichso many have been discovered this lust century are curious and Interesting says the Ililladclphla Public ledgers One qf time most frequent that of the fish Time figure of the fist is used and and also the Greek word for fish lays Dr A W fatten who has looked into the subject Itniimny In his excavations in Asia Minor has found some very important inscriptions iu which the fish signs arc fro quent But why was it that tine early Chris thins used the sign The reason will appear when we rclnember that they found In the letters of the Greek word fish nn acrostic on the name of the Savior The word is Ichthus Each letter of the word In time original Greek begins one of time words in time following phrases Jesus Christ Son of God the SaviorSo word ichthus came to stand for a Christian and It was used is a murk of Christianity It was not only sculptured on burial monu nentH but came to be used on sail jus utensils A great many terra cotta lamps have been found specially at Spalato on which U Found the Impress of the fish Many of these Ichthus lamps are found also at Rome The word fish came- Ito be used also to describe a Christian and to cull a man a fish waa equivalent to calling him n Christian It Touched Hrr Byes Our minister during a call sang on- of those touching simple 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work for most people of Bores Work sent to me by mall or express will have prompt attention aDdJcharges paid one way ff S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kf REFERENCE Bank of Mt Vernon From 148 to 92 Pounds One of tho most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Curo She says The coughing and straining BO weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I trieda number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy curod me entirely of the coughstrengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Last End Drug Co THE CITIZEN JHHHHtHHHMH- ii The Home IJllun LESTER RILL Edi- tortit+IHH111HMHI 11l +Mf Thars More in the Man Than Thar is In the Land ltv HIDNEV LANIFH I known a nun which he llrnl in Jonri Which June Ii lit nl fd hI IIe and stone And lie llvnl pretty much lijr gltlln ol hoar Ami lili umlrn WM nulhlir tilt kill and limes Ami lid hrsta wu II sal m herconrbread hour And he liml Unit ItiimiwiKt trni o land y Thli uuri wlilrli lilt lume wn lira JOIIIII lit iHorrllitt heM leave that oM nil lillli mil ilouri Fur he iviililnt make nil Ih Hi but yullotlnh- utlon And Illlle n hit and Ida Irlini WM mtlrn And what Illtlf torn tin ha l lilt WM IxmRlitrn And Align rl Ililn WM liitli Und Alul llirlonurr hn wore the inmlilrr M Rot Ant lie and lu wtlkr l to thin itild hut And be hollrml In Torn to morn thirin hltrli Fur to rmlttnlp tomcwlitr where Uud WM ilcli And to quit rtlilu nirklium lliUIUn mil stets And I WMllir Ihir time on the riinwil laud him cud Turn Ilirjr liltrlinl up the mulls 7Ictkmlln tint InltiWMUilihtr IlK huda stay In Irorijr Ihrr IKrlluir out Jfl Kf lchln lulu1 when nil ol rut mouxht Oil pUm In TriM whir rot Inn would rpruut Bjr the tInt you could pUnt It In tho Und And he drlv lijr a house slur mill nimnt Drown Wtialltlu no furlrom the rdte ol thr Iowa And be bantered mown lur to bur bli glare And wed that twin as muiirjr WM star And btu M abctlaa WM hint to face Two dollars m MID would get the Und Thrjr flowtill a ilolUr and ally netts wulnlIullIjAbd motel W Ten wblih II lurk Ills route tune with the Lest ol lurk To lit that all111I him a little Und But Uruwn tuorrJoul on the old Junta arm Aud herullvd up hit brerrhr and liarr l Ii liana And be plrkn all the reel oflu the round ADd he ruined U up and plowed It down TLsu Le tom al hl tutu mutt wheat lu the hut Flva years IIIS br mud brown one Jay Width bed gut HI Ut that be wituldt wrljih- WM a wtllir down sorter Uilljr To Ibe tulllrit diniHr you nrr Old re- Aliru ante ol the rblldrru Jumpnl up on hli- ku ADo1l1alhna Jour whirls you laugh hla land Aud Char WM Jour ilmnlln out at the yore Aud be Imlul no wag lu nor mules nor tents Fur be lad left Tells afoot and cum lLOrorp to wit be nmldnl III turn llmployutnl and be wai a liuklu a humble At cf be haul urtrr iml any land But Hrottu he ami him luau he out Illiailuniitolili ltllr tuoklir but Abut wbrn be bail flllnl blwllaud Ibe Stunt Brow n looked at blra harp mud rte mud swore That wbtlbrr wrua Und WM rich or l air Tbar waiuorelu the mot titan that MM In the laud 4+1HHIIiFHtIceI Il II1IHh- e The School JOIN WIRY DIHSMORB Litter iHHHA CONTRAST Wa Should Not Neglect Th Children In a certain town in tho South there uro firs or six beautiful church houses HOIIIU of which havo stained ghiHH windows and cushioned WMits l Probably tho half dozen rust from twenty thotiHadd to thirty thousand dollars The single whoollioiiRo in tho town in a barnlike structure con taining 0110 largo room heated by a IKU ntovo in tho middle but with cracks in tho poor wall and roof through which n nit could go Tho IIOUHO anil equipment probably cost when now loss than livo hundred dol lars Woro tho comity xxthonso or jail in no bettor condition this judge prohnhlcllltrbUdictment against tho county cummin manors lint who over heard of n judgo or jury among im considering tho question of n HchoolhoiiHof A certain community in tho South has threo good churches one of brick and ii Methodist parsonage built nt n lOSt of 750 and n littlo old school IIOIIHU mull many years ago at u cost of 100 Thero nro ninny cities in tho South In which tho church property is worth from five to twelve timed as much ns tho public and pri vate school property In ono city Sundayschool rooms of n single 1tho cost flvo times as notch as the high school building nnd its tL uipuientnoarly half ns much as all tho school buildings in tho city The property owned byono of the thirtyor forty religions denomina tons in ono Southern Sluto is valued at twit as much as all tho public school properly in the Stato denomination has about 150000 members whilo tho pa uilatiou of tho State isalwut 2000000und Iho school population is 750000 Tho church is all right and no ono will complain that it has cost money or wish that it wore ono whit piss commodious Nightly or comfortable But that tho schoolhouso should IM tho miserable cheap ugly cruinpal t uncomfortable Awn that it is is all wrong Whul is thin lesson of it ally That teachers Auld officers must do ns preachers anti church officers havo done They inual make tho people beliovo that better schoolhouses aro needed and thou they must labor I with untiring real until they arc built Wo aro not too poor to build communitythat church houses can build at least Olio good schoolhouto It is only necessary to nwaken tho conscience of tho oplo Preachers judges and juries should help in this but it iiuiHt remain largely tho business of teachers and school oilicors IMtHIrHlHlHHIHHlHH i The Farm ii SILAS CBBBVIR MASON Editor illMI t IIIII Mil 1HI1I WHAT THE PACKER WANTS Pigs That Bring the Highest Prices fho but hoer ply wilflilnjj not over 270 MIIIIH the liltlilt irolUnbu aniiiml for lotli pnxluwr anil killer Thu reason istlioHaino that won x ulurity for tho liandy wiilit Htivrjj iiil1ic tiwlo IIIIH clIIIIIW 1 Not many years HK wo mid it premium of nilI iiiiicliiml n liiiiilriHlwnilit for lionvy hogs known nn French fat hacks from which wo got n hack wolnhiiif forty livo or fifty jiuiln m11I1hbutcher big xpularlty In tho char IIIOIIH incrriiHo in coiiHiiiuption of i fnwh pork Retailers want a loin woi liiiiK tllI or twilvo ixHiiidn nntl no hiavinr nod to furnish this Jon Kumlrt must Ut thin niaxiiniiin weight of tho live hog11ti find that elites iiKMliiim wtifflitn are tho licaltliiehl They rarely show tulorciiloHifl tho hulk of ootidiMinmtioiiH beinguxcui nivo wei hlH Qroworn iimrkutiu inislium wiJhIWII tlicm at wven to eight months old reducing tutu loss nod making a quick turn flogmis- ers aiming at umxiiiiuin re iiltH will pnxliuv tliiH gnuII hilt llioy must mtituriHl to top the market AllhoII thing weighiiiB 200 to 280 jwunds HometimcM I stretch it to tOOwilli flll tho bill but a witiaro Irnck nod gixxl lhii h are essential to top prico KitUnjVo havo row scrub hogs now Whilo coinjwrativcly few pure brats arts murkehocllOmptrtClwilh ten years ago when a fancy load of Ioland Chums or lkrknhircs would command h premium tho stock wo list now shows evidenco of Ixing intelligently cro w l Formerly breeders wero prone to IxxiHt tho breo I htrnin of their HtufT now they toll of tho sa gaciotin admixtiiro of blocx thoy con ceived and of its renulU It Is folly to my that the work of thus hog breeder hun IMHJII completed hut they arts making tho stuff pretty good now My oi wnatJon forces mo to tho con citation that tho only ncrtib hogs wo get arc tho result of ncarcityof fart them are few that nn badly burl An with brooding no with raising Tho average hognmti has been grow lug visor For three years thin niim her of sick hogs reaching market has not largo enough to talk nlxjul and it in duo in my judgment almost nolvly to improve methods of handling Corn anti wator nro not tho ltHt hog diet and feelers have din covered During tho last two years tho hog crop has kept tho wolf away from tho door of many nn American farmer uphogs225 Ixtr liiindredwoight but lath woro during abnormal jeriodn Asa matter of fact no intelligent hog minor failn to mako money during n periotl of years Provided ho misen hit own corn ho lens a cinch Whilo tho majority of our fat hogs will always la a byproduct of tho cattle feeding lot thoro in no moro promis lug nphero for tho nmall farmer who cannot handlo cede Haisiug his own corn ho need not concern him self about tho price ot feel With clover or alfalfa and corn he can turn off in a few Months n cash crop thud will always top tho market Notice Dr L Cornelius has been forced to placo his accounts in tho hands of n lawyer for collection All who roo coivod HlnltiiiiiiitH and many who did not will gave fees by sending at onco to hlA addrenn 2051 llotilovard F Denver Colorado 1013 MISUSE OF THE MAILS The Officers of the Preferred Mercan tile Co Hold For Trial Boston Sept 27Oeorgo E Still Inga Guy C BtllllnRS and J Franklin Knlsoloy president secretary and Massachusetts manager respectively of tho Preferred Mercantile Co of this city each woro hold In = 2000 for the United States grand jury Monday afternoon on tho charge of using tho malls In a scheme to defraud Tho government claimed that tho company violated tho lottery laws by disposing of diamonds by chanco methods Re cently this company and all its offi dials wore denied all mall privileges under a fraud order Issued at Wash ington THE CONNECTICUT Obstruction Placed on the Ways With Intention of Ruining the Battleships HulL IT WILL BE LAUNCHED THURSDAY When It Was Placed There or By Whom is Not Known by the Naval Officials The Discovery Was Made Dy Divers Who Went Sent Down to Make An Investigation as a Pre cautionary Measure New York Sept 28Wlth tho In tontlon of ruining tho hull of tho bat tloBhlp Connecticut which will be yardIrhursday When It was placed thero or by whom lis not known for It was not dlscov toIcaution and tho naval officers then learned that an obstruction had been placed on tho ways that would have destroyed tho work of months Officers at tho navy yard would not discuss tho matter at all Tuesday and It would not havo become known If In addition to tho special guard of ma mines two watchmen had not been stn Honed at tho stern of tho vessel with loaded revolvers and Instructions to flro at any suspicious object In tho wa obstrucIplaced in position from a boat As Is usual before a largo ship Is launched divers wero sent down to see that tho ways wero clear They went down for tho first Umo on Saturday and since tho obstructlono wero found they havo been making tho most core ful examination and wero working woroIiontand Constructor flax tor who has charge of the launching will bo satisfied that everything Is all right before ho gives tho signal which will send tho great battleship Into tho waterTho Connecticut Is ono of the larg oat and most formidable warships In the world Her displacement Is 16000 tons horse power 16600 and cost 5 212000 Her main battery consists of 4 12Inch breechloading rifles 8 8Inch breechloading rifles and 12 7Inch breechloading rifles her secondary battery consists of 20 3Inch rapidfire guns 12 Spounder semiautomatic guns I automatic 1poundera 2 3Inch field guns and 8 machine guns Miss Alice Welles the fair sponsor of tho battleship II tho granddaughter of Gideon Welles who was secretary of tho navy In Lincolns and Johnson cabinets Her home la at Hartford Ct DALHEIMER ARRRE8TED Charged With Sending Obscene Let ten to Prominent Personages Dos Moines la Sept 28 Charged with writing and sending obscene let tots to President Roosevelt Miss Roosevelt and Helen Oould a man glv lag his name an Edward Dalhelmcr has boon arrested by tho United States authorities and been lodged in jail at Fort Dodge Tho letter alleged to havo been written by Dalhelmor to tho president threatens his lIfo unless certain reforms are made Tho ono to Miss Gould proposes marriage Tho letter to Miss Roosevelt is not mado public It Is alleged that tho prisoner also wroto to J J lUll ask- Ing him to intercede at Washington to havo tho gold standard changed to diamonds as a medium of exchange Dalholmcr was arrested at Emmetts burg la whero ho was brought before the commissioners of Insanity and pronounced to bo in his right mind It ii claimed that Dalhelmer wroto tho let tars in South Dakota and ho will probably bo taken to Sioux Falls for trial Was the Guest of Honor New York Sept 28U1s graco the archbishop of Canterbury was the guest of honor at a dinner Tuesday evening given by tho Church club ot Now York in tho banquet hall of the Hotel Astor More than 400 guest were present The Requisition Honored Sacramento Cal Sept 28oov Pardeo Tuesday honored tho requisi tlon papers from tho governor of Ohio for Charles E Scmlcr Somlcr Ii wanted in Akron 0 on a charge of obtaining money under false pro tensesCapt L N Bash Engaged Poona III Sept 281 Tho engage ment of Capt Louis N Dash U 8 A now serving In tho Philippines to Mist Bertha Runklo of Now York novelist has boon announced Capt Dash U tho son of Mal Dash retired of this city Internal Revenue Collections Washington Sept 28The monthly statement of tho collections of Inter nal revenue shows that for the montb of August 1904 tho total receipts were 119132439 an Increase as compared with August 1903 of 347926 Received By the President Washington Sept 28Presldenl Roosevelt received In tho east rooir of tho white houso Tuesday about 7f members of tho International congress of arts and sciences Among tho delo gates were many ladlesi y X5000000CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of = LION COFFEEthe Regular Free Premiums how Woul You t I Like ex Check Like This 1 Wi Km Awarded 2000000 Cflih to Zon Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them In I Presidential Vote Contest conttstI I Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent tamp entitle you In addition toithe regular free premiums to one vote The acent stamp covers our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is recorded You can send as many esti mates as desired Grand First Prize tf 500000 will be awarded to the one who It nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dentlal Vote Contests- We alto offer 1500000 Special Cub Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particular In each cue oi Lion Coat November beforeNovember How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody uses eollee you COFFEE get acquainted you suited and convinced there such for the money Tbcnrou take otherand advertise lire using our advertising money that usyou will get benefit Hence for your LtouHeads GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH Detailed Particulars In Every Package of LION COFFEE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO ANCHORS Sermon by Tmldcnt Frost Continued from page 1 country Ho waS born to ho n of his followincn ho has his birthright To him that kuow cth to do good and doeth not to him is Hilt Now your roul ship and mino will drift into this dead sea selfishness unless wo provide anchor We trust havo a motto Saved to serve wo must have a principle Living for others wo must have n habit Every day something for God my neighbor These are tho les KOIIS of 111 our schools and our meotingH they nro Christian Every child should bo mado ambit ions to do useful tilings In nil our necessary work for ourselves wo must watch against Incoming selfish If wo are not to drift into this dead sea we must ho anchored to tho habit the principle tho passion of lovo for our follow men And thero ono moro anchor which is tho most important of nil the anchor of prayer This an anchor which helps to hold nil tho others There are many kinds of prayer tho prayer of thanksgiving tho prayer praiseButversation with Oex1wo realize the presence of tho Great Father whoso love and wisdom mako the whole world bright Tho thought of God which cronies to when wo are on our knees in prayer is an anchor which Gut hold against tides of temptation and against any winds of affliction land sorrow It not enough to attend prayers to say prayers hilt wo must mako a quiet moment cold let tho thought of God take possession of our hearts Many ooplo find God in times of great distress but wo need Him in all times We must make n place for onr devotions wo must brush back UoryelUtoa habit When that habit estab lished your ship safe Now wo havo not told you all about these four anchors You will hour other sermons on tho anchor of temperance tho anchor of truth tho anchor of usefulness anti tho anchor of prayer And thero arc other an cho1lllltillwhich might well bo tho subject of un entire discourse But What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can- didatesk combined at the election 8 1904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received Woolson Spice Com prize for the nearest correct estimate t second prize the next nearest etc ietc as J1 1 First Prite taeoooo 2 1 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one who does not understand the art of managing tho voyage of a soul So you are starting out my friends each of you ns captain of your own ship to make a voyage which must IK sailed for tho most part alone prayformust manago tho ship each one for himself Tho best thing wo can do is to toll you tho important things about tho art of navigation and to remind you as earnestly as wo may that tho most important thing for tho safety of your ship is tho anchor I remember tho story of a ship in tho North Sea which was saved by a singlo anchor Sho was overtaken suddenly by n great storm and was drifting rapidly towards ono of tho SMelt JlliaucislCast oft the right anchor said tho Captain Tho mon tugged nt tho fastenings and tho great anchor fell into tho sea Tho immense cubic to which tho anchor was attached was paid out at a fear ful rate and when thoy camo to tho end of the cable und tho anchor caught at tho bottom of tho sea it was broken oil and tho strip drifted 011 towards tho rocks Cast off tho loft anchor said tho Captain And another anchor as good as tho first wits dropped into tho ocean In a few minutes it hind reached tho bottom the lino had been paidout the strain camo upon it the great swell of tho ocean lifted tho boat and throw it toward tho land and the second cable parted Tho boat swept on toward destruction Cast out tho last anchor said tho Captain This was an anchor that had been made for him by a friend an old blacksmith who lived near tho Captains house In times when no other work was pressing this black- Smith had mado an anchor with his own lauds in his own shop temper ed tho metal and forged ono by one tho links of the great chain Ho gave it to his friend as n present telling him that ho might need it sometime Ho needed it now Every man on tho vessel knew what it meant as that chain WaR paid out into tho sell They woro close upon tho island and tho storm was still rising At last tho anchor grappled with tho rocks nt tho bottom thieves sel began to pull upon tho chain and drew it tight tho men held their breath they were almost knocked down by tho sudden stopping of tilt Vessels course Tho lost anchor held CORRESPONDENTS PREDICTION Says the Far East War Will Lead to European Complications Honolulu Sept 27 Melton Prior tho British newspaper correspondent who arrived here Monday on tho Pa cHic mall steamer Mongolia from Yokohama says ho feels absolutely cer taln that tho war In the far east will lead to European complications and to tho most awful war In tho worlds history Mr Prior complains that Jai pan has displayed bad faith toward all tho correspondents This ho says is his 27th campaign and It is the only one in which ho has seen nothing Ho believes that with the possible oxcep tlon of tho battle of Liao Yang not ono correspondent has seen a shot fired and ho oven doubts if tho Llao Yang fighting was witnessed by n newspaper man Other correspondents aro returning on the Mongolia Richard Harding Davis Is going to tho United States by way of Victoria A FLANK MOVEMENT Japa Will Endeavor to Compel Kurc patkln to Retire From Slntalntln Now York Sept 27 Indications aro discerned at St Petersburg that the Japanoso are planning a flanking movement against Gen Ktiropatklna loft to compel retirement from Sint slntln Gen Kurokl is supposed to design crossing tho nun river at n point considerably east of Mukden from which ho Is expected to movo down that stream and cooperate with an army from Slanchan while Cons Oku and Nodal hold Gen Kuropatkln south of Mukden Japanese attacks on Da Pass and Sanlungka aro re garded as confirmation of this theory Outposts of Gone Oku and Nodzu have boon in conflict with Cossacks between Bcntslaputzo and tho rail road No nowa baa been received from Port Arthur i- =r = c The Citizen JLw JIW PINDgNT FAMUT Nnririns i FnbUihed trerr Thundty at erN Ky JAMES M RACER Idltoe aod PublW- rDBararrnex ATM pAT aUl IK O ar WM- MX months M Three mouth S- Mad 180D b Foiloffice WonT Order Xx Monty 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instantly itching and bleeding pilot It will cost you only 25 cents and every bottle is guaranteed to give you sat8 faction or money refunded So why Buffer Get a bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired sad tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Power For Good The pills that are potent in theii action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga lIatlDur ing a bilious attack I took one Smal as it was it did me more good thai calomel blue mace or any other pill ever took and at the same time th effect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUIT VEGETABLES STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is eolicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea K- jPosENo7 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals am Board and Lodging at popul priori Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop ICaln SL Richmond Ky Williams U bean proper ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAl REPARINO promptly Clean log and Pressing a ipecialt Work guaranteed 1 W A Williams Kate Hired DUlL Ks 3tIf1In Art iqt Buratrit nub Wljat 31s Eiutratum By REV W A BARTLETT Confrcfitlontl Putor or Chicago DUCATION is the measure of accomplishment or perhaps better the criterion of usefulness The cook in the kitchen who can make better bread than the one who pays her wages is to that extent better educated than her mistress who may greatly adorn a literary society This fact is well to be borne in mind by the young woman about to return to her college workThe professor of Latin goes to school to the man in oily overalls who shows him how to translate the difficult syntax of a broken circuit or a stripped gear in his machine The professor lacks that education to help him out of his own difficulty The fact that the woman in the parlor and the professor of Latin each has the money wherewith to buy assistnacc docs not change the fact that they do not stand on an equality with the cook or the mechook while they are less accomplished If the mechanic were in dire need of a translation of an ode of Horace he could doubtless buy it The professor might be glad to sell it to him at half the price of a mended tire but there does not seem to be the same tlemand for Horace s translations as for tires When arc we going to learn these facts and stop our silly talk of superiority An education to be a worthy one must fit a man or woman for the largest service to themselves and others The foreign missionary is perhaps the best educated man on the average or the home missionary on the plains at a salary of 600 He can read his Greek testament but also teach the natives how to build houses ministers to their sickness and wounds and makes translations of better prophecies than ever Horac 01 Juveval wrote The corporation lawyer who gets 6000 as a retaining fee is probably not so valuable a citizen or as well educated a man as this same foreign missionary And that emphasizes another important point that a mans value to a community is not to be gauged by what pay he drawsI would have each young person stop long enough to consider how essential to our happiness and safety are the commonplace and socalled menal occupations I have no objection to a woman knowing Browning that great poetphilosopher He has made his distinct and marked contribution to life But I would have her consider how wcl she is equipped to furnish digestibly cooked food to a hardworking husband in case the cook leaves or in case of a small salary- It is the false idea of education and conventional life that makes bachelors and bachelor maids To be sure life is more than meat and the body than raiment But the ability to make a dress to drive an engine or grip car to create a pie or use a tool and do these things well should take far higher rank in our educational estimate Notwithstanding the lPtnp t foreignMamnnn r section of our immi JI atrr By aqtyvery early age there has been a distinct extension- of the general marrying age It is therefore proper to say that people are not marrying earlier but later in life than formerly A glance at the statistics of the registry department of the city of Boston clearly shows this to be the case Taking the year 1902 as a sample we find that of 6172 marriages the number of grooms of 25 years of age and less was only 1743 or about s8J i per cent while the number of grooms between 25 and 35 years was 3247 or more than 52j per cent and the number of grooms who were minors was but 63 or little more than one per cent In the case of the brides the figures are somewhat different but they show a cor responding maturity of marrying age for the number of brides who were less than 18 years was only 120 or a little more than two per cent of the whole number 6172 of marriages for that year Again while more than half of the brides had not reached the age of 25 yet 4180 more than 67 per cent and therefore more than two thirds of the whole number of brides were married between the ages ot 20 and 29 These figures certainly do not indicate that people are marrying at abnormally early age Marriage indeed is taking place quite generally at a later age than in former generations There arc many reasons for this but chief among them perhaps may be mentioned the growing independence of woman and the wider range of selection which she enjoys The opening ot extensive fields for the employment of women with the consequent increased economic independence is a great factor in extending the age of marriage Moreover some few generations ago woman was trained and educated for marriage and the art of housekeeping in which she was forced to perfect herself enabled her to enter at once upon the establish ment of a home This situation also has changed in a considerable degree and marriage is becoming less of an economic and social neces sity and more tsof individual choiceu77 e c iitw0 lutl1 in hii By BISHOP SAMUEL fALLOWS The fascinating story ofevolution has both the supernaturaland the na tural together in mans ascent The prolonged infancy of the human be ing transcending by far that of any other member of the animal creation is both the cause and the proof of mans immeasurable superiority No one of the inferior orders needs or receives help in its development as man does in his Without this help the bird may fly the fish swim the beast go on all fours Only with it can the child walk or talk as a man Socrates said his mission was helping souls to the birth that is preeminently the function of the parent God works first and foremost in the home Love conjugal love filial love fraternal constitute the grandest tuitional agencies The husband as the house band the life giver the law giver the custodian the instructor and the high priest of the home The wife islithe weaver dealing with the very wrap and woofof the childs character Her reflex antenatal impressions give the stamp to its physical mental and moral powers The teacher continues the work and finds God present with him in every educational law Society still further carries on the process of instruction in a thousand manifold ways It is the urging and urgent God that is in mans imperative demands as manifested in his question ings of nature his struggle for existence his engaging in the professions and pursuits of life Labor day emphasizes the truth that the divine voice must be heard in every workshop in every countingroom in every employers office do justly love mercy One is your master even Christ and all ye arc brethren THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for October a 10O4 Ellsha Succeeds Elijah Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright br J M Kdion UasON TEXT ell King MJSj Idrmory nranlI1tIt Aod Klliha MW It and he cried Mr Father mjr Pathw the chariot of Irrland the horttmen thereof And he eaw him no more and be took hold ot hit own clothe and rent them In two plrcti He took up alo the mantle of Klljmh that tell from him and went back and tool by the bank of Jordan And he took the mantle of Elijah that fell from him and emote the water and laid Where If the Lord Qed of UllJahT And when he atio had smitten the water they parted hither and thither and Elliha went over li And when the onl of the prophet which were to view at Jericho saw him they rids The spirit of Elijah doth rest on Elliha And they came to meet him and bowed themielve to the round before him II And they Bald unto hIm Behold now there be with thyervants fltty strong men let them r we pray thee and nek thy mater lest peradventure the Spirit of the Lord hath taken him up and cut him upon ome mountain or Into some valley And he aid Te hall not lend And when they urged him till he wae shamed he said Send They sent there fore fifty men and they sought three days but found trim not II And when they came again to him for he tarried at Jericho he said unto them Did I not say unto you Oo notT II And the men of the city paid unto Ell hi Behold I pray thee the situation of this city U pleaiant my lord nth but the water is naught and the ground barn s0 And he raid Bring me a new cruu and put alt therein Arid they brought It to him 11 And he went forth unto the prtrg of the water and rut the salt In there and said Thus eallh the Lord I have healed these waters there shall net be tram hence any more death or barren land e Be the water were healed unto thin day according to the caylng of Elliha which ha spats- SCRIPTURAL BECTlONThe entire chapter wMh a review of Elliha call In I King 1MI Ua OOIDKN TEXTtAt a double pertle of thy spirit be upon mII Kings 11- TIMKImmedlately following tba event of the lesson for September 1L The proph Bts mlnlitry extended through about fifty yearPLACEThe cent of RllJh trauja Ugn and at Jericho Beginning of a Great Mission The Place of Enduement Elliha WM destined to nil the place of a treat prophet and our lesson today Intro duets us to the Initial events In hls career which are preparatory to and prophetic ot the future tuceect of hit minion It Elliha were to fill Elijah place he must be endued with EliJah spirit The disciples to perform the Lords service must wait for enduement of power for the descent of Ills Spirit Acts 8 2 14 The servant of the Lord today must watt for the power and Inspiration which will equip for service What had brought Ellsha here The place ot such enduement Is always marked by 1 Watchfulness Ellsha watcher Revelation Kllnha MW the presence and glory of God ai Elijah was snatched from earth to Heaven and K quickened his heart to a new consclousntM of God and Ills power The roul that watches eagerly and persistently will be rewarded with a revelation of God which will thrill the whole being and call Into life new capabilities and create new poislblll tin The Place of TestingTbe place of testing always lies just beyond the IIup Into the heavens would never prove IIan efficient or worthy successor of Ell The toolong gazing up into Heaven needs Divine rebuke Acts It 11 Elliha must return and In the pathway of the return lay the broad unfordable Jordan the Place of Test- Ing All that he had was the bare otIjnhs departure The testing was for the double purpose of revealing to EH- nba himself and to the sons of the prophets gazing from the hills of Jeri cho the fact that Elijahs spirit had descended upon Ellsha Ellsha went overthe place of enduement and the place of testing were just behind but dayshlmlThostudents of the college pursued their fruitless search Elhha waited at Jerl cho Those were days of discipline While the search was on for Elijah Ellsha must watt and waiting Is the most trying kind of discipline The Place of Service And now we come to the place of service Endue mente testing discipline and at last service Tha discipline ended Ellsba finds his position strengthened In thin city Doubtless during those three theIto discussing the miraculous events of the past few day and as a result faith In EHsba Increased Then came the opportunity of service The men of the city came making request that the noxious waters might bo healed Here was a call to service Dut why salt to cure the brackish waters Like cures like has long been a familiar say lag The use of salt suggests Qods meth od of healing the world sin The shed ding of blood to cleanse the crimson stains of Bin Death to cure death Bit for Contemplation When the soul becomes a singer life becomes a song Temper la a good thing to keep but a bad thing to show Courtesy and good manners are commendable In a young nan The palms of Ills hands will last long after all histories liave disappeared- To consider well la good to decide right Is better to act promptly Is beat Christian activity has Its fountain In Christian experience Where the heart has felt no baptism the hand will have no cunning United Presbyterian c ltl n THE TRIPLE PLEDGE STRONG niltNK We will not buy We will not make lye will not tier We will not take Wine elder beer Hum whisky Kin llfrniic they lead Mankind to sin TOBACCO We will not smoke The smokers pole Those little things Caned cigarettes We will not chew We will not snuff Or waste our time In playing pud- VUOKANITY Wr wilt nbl curve Though many dare Ox n their lips To curse and swear Our word shall bf lloth pure and plain Wo will not take Gods name In vain National dvocale ONE STANDARD What Josiah Allens Wife Lisa to Say Upon This Very Impor that Subject Josiah Allens children hut been brought up to think that sin of any kind Is just as bad In a man as In a woman and any place of amustment that was bad for a woman to go to was bad for a man Now when Thomas Jefferson was a little fellow be was bewitched to go to circuses and Josiah wild lietter let him go Samantha it girlsImade Thomas Jefferson with just as pure a heart as Tlrzah Ann and no bigger eyes and ears and It Thomas J goes to that circus Tlrzah Ann goes too That stopped that And then he was bewitched to get with other boys that smoked and chewed tobacco and IF I KVKIl RKK TOt IIANCJ1NO HOISt IIAHHOOMS AND TAVKItXHTIHZAI ANN 8IIAIL IIANU TOO Josiah was just of that easy turn and would have let him go with eta Hut says Joalah Allen If Thomas Jefferson goes with them boys and gets to chew In act smokln tobacco I shall buy Tlnah Ant a pipe And that stopped that And about drlnkln said I Thomas Jefferson If It should be the will of Providence to change you to a wild bear I will chain you up and do the best I can for you Hut If you ever do It yourself turn yourself Into n wild beast by drlnkln will run away for I never could stand It never And I continued If I ever tee you hanglu round bar rooms and taverns Tlrzah Ann shall hang too Josiah argued with me Says he It doesnt look so bad for a boy as It does for a girl 1Says I Custom makes the differ ence and we are moro used to seeing men lint says I when liquor goes to work to matte a tool and brufl of anybody It dont scup to ask about- hex It makes a wild beast and Idiot of a man or a woman and to look down from heaven I guess a man looks as bad layln dead drunk as a woman doesSays I Things look differently from up there than what they do 1- 0UIIt is a more sightly place And you talk about looks Josiah Allen I dont go on clear looks I go on prin ciple Will the Lord say to mo In the last day Josiah Allens wife how is It with the soul of Tirzah Ann as fur Thomas Jeffersons soul be uelng a boy It halnt of no account No I shall have to give an account to Him for my deallns with both of these Eouls male and female And I should feel guilty If I brought him up to think that what was Impure for u woman was pure for a man If a man has a greater desire to do wrong which I dont dispute says I looking keenly onto Josiah he has greater strength to resist temptation And so says I In mild accepts but firm as old Plymouth Hock It Thomas Jefferson hangs Tlrzau Ann shall hang tooI have brought Thomas Jefferson up to think that It was just as bad for him to listen to a bad story or song as for a girl or worse for ho had moro strength to run away and that it was a disgrace to him to talk or listen to any stuff that he would be ashamed to have Tyr ah Ann or me to hear I have brought him up to think that manliness illdnl consist In Imlng n cigar In his mouth and Ida hat nn oni stun and swenrlnft and slang phrasi and a luiowlfdKO of quositi table amusements but In layln holt ol every duty Unit rtunrs to him with n brave henrt and a cheerful taco In hclpin to right the wrong ami pro beet the weal and makln tht mutt and the best of the mind and the soul God has given Mm In short I hair brought him up to think that purity and virtue ure both feminine t anllImasculine and that Gods nngrls arm not necessarily all she onoa Sanmn tha Allen CIGARETTES BANNED Account of the Antl Smoking Cru sade Among Young Sailors of the British Navy With a desire tu avoid as far as possible III effects on the health ot young sailors by the eicoeslve use uf cheap cigarettes the lords of the ad mlralty long ago decreed that the cig arette should bo tired on all train ing ships and to tarry this urdu out properly each lad on returning to IhoIship after thu half days leave which Is granted on Sundays and Thursdays Is searched at the gangway Some seven years ago when Capt Cecil liurnry now In command of the battleship Fnlpres of India was in command of tbu Hoscawen the senior training ship at Portland he had oc casion to make serious complaints ol the number of cigarettes the lads tried to bring aboard The boys were ac cordingly stopped and brought before the captain and a sentence of n months leave with stoppage ot pock el money was Imposed Smoking ashore however went on as usual un til at last Capt Ilurney placed the shops of the district out of bound The shopkeepers were Immediately up In arms agitating for a repeal ot what they considered a harsh rule They agitated fruitlessly for years during which time Capt liuraey had gone amt Capt Jerram had also come and gone Then about a year ago Capt Tuffnell took over the command and as a re suit of the appeals be decided to put the shops In Wounds once more A strict proviso war midI however that no cigarettes or tobacco should be supplied to the buys This proviso was not observed and again Portland was dvolarrd out ol- bounds says the London Dally Maul More agitation on the part of the shopkeepers followed cUlnlluaLlDK tin bttWtfllli thatiIltl those shops which have tabareo censes were once more placet In tioib- mean dvpartHre the whole of the training ships wnkh hold 3000 boys from Portland TEMPERANCE BREVITIES A sensible inhibition speaker OH swerlng thM old cry that to tIe away with saloons will hill badness sad begin the era of cra Rruwlng In Aka streets said At present prices It would be better for the town lo rair more hay and lets hell As the saloon brings something of the latiir with It wherever It Is ostabHihed Uitti remark Is wise In every seuo1Ittsb- urg Christian Advoeatn LtngIsaw a woman In any public house In Canada or the States I never SAW nn any table or even In the dialog gars or In the hotels a glass of beer win or spirits I never saw a drunken man until I reached an English port I was deeply Impressed with the sell respecting bearing of the people They walked with a llrm step as If tnoy knew whose world It Is and fell they had a share in It When young Franz Vecsey the 11 yearold violinist plttyed before Queen Alexandra a week or two ago Arch duke Frederick of Austria asked It he would like tome champagne and be said he was not allowed to DRVH It Of course nut said the queci Come with lug Franz and will give you sumo oranges and as she said so the wise queen handed him an orange We should like the boy to know that oranges ore far better theta champagneOne saloonkeeper flay onne N J recently sued John HI naldo a customer for the Idea of a broken window The police jus ice rendered the following decision A saloonkeeper is at all times lit partnership with a nun who becomn drunk and Is partly accountable for the actions of a wan under the influence of liquor This is my view of the matter and for that rcuou I think it brat that you divide the cost of the damage and in addition pay a flue of five dollars each Making Mat Saber Much Is said about the Impossibility of making men sober by law and of the Impropriety of attempting It This kind of argument Is supposed to have muck force Ddt we submit that it Is exact ly the wrong way of putting this case It Is not a question of making men sober by law but of making them drunk ards by law and that Is a very differ ent proposition Mep are sober they are born sober except those who In herlt a taste for strong drink from drunken parents they all Incline to temperance It takes the tempter and the dramehop to make them dninkarde Without the dramshop there would be few drunkards It Is the drnukan maker When It la established by law then It Is the making of people ttrnut ards by law that Is to be considered acid not the making of men nobar by law PlttsburE Christian Advocate lkrJSa twrruwtaal- U d I o 4 r A SUGGESTION FROM OHIO Durability and Usefulness of A Wire 1Feuc Depend on the Drac ing of End Posts The matter of putting In end poets Is a very Important factor In the con tnictlon of Wlro fences On passing along dlfleicnt farms In observing fences as n general rule you will see that the anchors have been pulled up ty the drawing of the fence or are leaning I present a plan which I have used and find It to be very iatlsfar tory The posts that I have used have been white oak and walnut having secured them from the farm Posts are about ten Inches In diameter The main post as will be seen by cut Is placed In the ground four and one half feet and two twobyfours spiked across the bottom I then fill with wUltACINO RND IOBTS dirt to the top of these twobyfours and tamp In solid I then fill in about one foot of small stone Dirt Is then put In and tamped wild to the top The other post Is set In the ground four feet and dirt tamped solid around It The bran la put In about one foot from the top of the back post and about the sailfe distance from the ground on Oe front post Wire Is then placed around putts as seen In the cut and twisted tight If the potts are put In In this way and the fence Is drawn tight there Is never any danger of the posts pulling out or leaning and the fence will always be tight In connection with building fence I conceived the Idea of using the bus of section kulvra for supports for fence Ot course It may sot be easy for everyone to secure theje but I think they can be purchased from almost any junk dealer The bars with the projection where the pitman fastens Ire from five and onehalt to seven feet depending on Irngth of cut of the mower or binder The knives are removed and where the pitman fastens I put a bolt or piece of Iron about one foot long through bole I then place this In the ground as deep M the fence will allow Tho length of fence and length of bar de ttrnilnlnfi this Then fasten the bar to the fence by wiring through the boles where the knives have been removed I fasten about three place t top middle and bottom This makes nn excellent and cheap support as Logs cannot raise the fence and RO under This may not be a new Idea to flume but I have never seen it used elsewhere Harry J Jrcer In Ohio Farmer A NEW USE FOR DYNAMITE Eastern Orchardlsta Uses the Explos ive for Digging Holes for Tree He Wishes to Plant The use of dynamite to lift trees and stumps out of the ground II quite com moo but here Is a man who uses Iln It the planting of his trees claiming that It not only saves much labor but Im proves the condition of the soil as well Writing In the Kural NYw Yorker ho says oet your trees In time and heel them In never leaving the root exposed to sun or wind When ready to set hay log trees heeled In first dig the boles and It the soil Is stiff clay or bard pan- I would use dynamite to make the boles is It thoroughly loosen up the toll and makes a fine bed for the roots To uso dynamite take one fourt stick of 60 to per cent with cap and fuse Take crowbar and make hole about 16 Inches deep Drop In the onefourth cartridge with fuse and kick dirt tight around fuse at top of ground Light the fuse and light out It will cot only four or five cents each for digging In this way and the soil will bit In better tilth and it Is play Instead of hard work When holes are ready take one tree at a time Trim the roots where they are mangled sod cut off enough of the top to balance Set tree In and work around the ruota As you fill up tramp the soil so that when you are done the tree will be as Mild aa a post- Neglect of Milk Utensils It Is no wonder that tome of our milk men continually have trouble with their milk judging from the way the cans and other milkholding vessels are neglected One Item of this neglect is the taking home from cheer facorle of whop in theaaine cant thalVrought the milk and leaving the whey u the cans almost to the time when the cans are wanted again Cans should not be used carrying whey at all but It so used they should be emptied as soon as re elvod at the farm house and thoroughly washed at onc Farmcrs Review Tho crnnuro coated cow is a proof that her oner Is In the wrong business IK shoulc change occupttlons I STORING FRUIT rN CAVES Apples Can De Kept There with Less Average Loss Than in Cold Storage Houses Some years ago fruit growers thought that the introduction of cold busl1nellthat early apples could be kept In cold storage throughout the fall season and thus come Into competition with the winter apples While great rue cess baa be had with refrigeration the overage farmer will still have cause to change from the 110I toned cellar method If ho uses mon sense and care In preserving applesIn properly constructed and well managed cellar fruit and vegetables should keep all winter Farmers should bear In mind that it does not hurl apples to fretwj so long as they art burled deep enough to prevent thawing before springtime It Is wise to put oa a mulch of straw or litter after the ground Is frozen to prevent the fruit from thawing during a warm spell Generally I would say a cave is morn desirable than a collar A wellbricked cave arched over and nicely cemented will not cost too much for the average farmer The satisfaction of such a storage house will fully repay the ex tra work and expense Good results are obtained by tub earth ventilators In caves these are made as deep as the nature of the ground will permit preferably so time tailor the ventilator will not be above the level of the ground Tiling should be laid from some point that Is several rods from the cave it should en ter at the bottom of the cave and be so constructed as to act as a drain In cue water should seep Into the cellar Tiling should be large enough to allow a good inflow of air and a good open tag should be maintained for the exclusion of foul atmosphere in the cave By the use of this system of ventilation outside air Is cooled andI circulated In the cave while all purities are carried off If a farmer cannot see his way clear to build such a storage cave his cellar should be opened In the fall when the air Is cool and closed when the weather Is yet warm The cellar should lie kept tightly closed during warm and windy days of the tall My experience hat been that apples stored In a well con structed cave may be kept with lets average loss than In cold storage and certainly at a greatly reduced cost O II Vaa Houton In Orang Judd Farmer MAKING GOODVINEGAR Some Authentic Information on a Topic in Which Many Farm ers Are Interested Bulletin 182 of the North Carolina experiment station tells about the making Of vinegar thus Take sound barrels or any suitably sized vessels of wood earthenware or glassnever Iron copper or tin Clean thoroughly and scald Fill not more than hall Cull with the cider stock which should have fermented at least one month To this add onc fourth Itt volume of old vinegar This It a very necessary part of the process since the vinegar restraint the growth of the chance ferments which abound In the air and at the tame time It favors the true acetic acid ferment Next add to the liquid a little mother vinegar It this latter la not at hand a fairly pure culture may be made by exposing In a shallow uncovered crock or wooden pall a mixture of onehalf old vinegar and onehalf bard cider The room where this It exposed should have a temperature of about SO degrees F In three or tour days the surface should become covered with a gelatinous pelli cle or cap This Is the mother vinegar A little of this carefully removed with a wooden spoon or stick should be laid gently upon the surface of the elder prepared as above described Do not stir It In The vinegar ferment grows only at the surface In three days the cap should have spread entirely over the fermenting elder Do not break this cap thereafter so long as the fermenta tion continues If the tepftftlUre Is right the fermentation should be complete In from four to six weeks The vinegar should then be drawn off strained through thick whll flannel and corked or bunged tightly and kept In a tool place until wanted for con sumption If the vinegar remains tur bid after ten days stir Into a barrel one pint of a solution of onehalf pound of isinglass In one quart of water Aa soon as settled rack oft and store in tight vessels Usually no fining of vinegar Is needed No pure cider vinegar will keep long In vessels exposed to the air at a temperature above degrees F Vinegar eels ate sometimes trouble some in vinegar barrels To remove the heat the vine g r scalding hot but do nut boll When cool U rain through clean flannel and tbcls wilt be removed Arsenate of Lead Solution Arsenate of lead now being uped as a subftltutofor Paris creed and whirl has proved to be lets destructty to the foliage and to pOSfrluperfor ao hcstvo qualities Is prepared as follows Dissolve It ounces of acetate of lead sugar of lead In four quarts of warm soft water In a woodon pall and four ounces of arsenate of soda 50 per cent purity In two quart of water In an other wooden pall These solutions are sufficient for 160 gallons of water In fighting the codllngttlOthFarm and Fireside Despite all attempts the gamblers cannot create a successful egg trust roo liberal feeding of cooked vegttta Diet will produce bowel complaint A CHANGE OF OWNERS BY A T TJINSMOBE Isabel bent over a shower of blush roses About her neck were knotted the strings of a pink sunbonnet which had slipped from her head and hung like the huge petal of a rose halfway down her back Her mother glanced at It disapprovingly I wish you wouldnt wear that bon netIt makes you look like a common country girl The contentment In the daughters eyes was not reflected In the mothers Isabel said sue I want to talk to you about Elsie She Is no longer a child you know and this Is a lonely life for one of her age She has been deprived of no much that a girl wants and needs HI thought she had had more than responseIhome and pretty gowns but she lacks companionship and uoclety This la euch a dreary place She ought to be where she can meet young people other own age and position Well what Is your plant Isabel askedWe have decided to go to town Mra Warner apprehensively Watched the effect of the statement upon her daughter Elsie wants to go Any girl = We couldnt close the house mother Some one ought to be here to look after It and the garden Wouldnt you be willing that I should remain with one of the servants I dont like town you know said Isabel constrainedly Out lube I bought we could hardly afford to keep up two homes and soIve sold this one Youve sold Rose Arbor she dignantly exclaimed Youve sold the place that belonged to father and grandfather and you didnt consult me when you know I loved every tree and flower In It You didnt even tell me you were thinking of celling IU Isabel grew rigid You cant mean It You did not tell the old clock and grandmothers writingdesk andand tho first editions Oh tell me you didnt say that I misunderstood Dut Mrs Warner shook her head I sold everything babel It seemed easier and we can use the money to better advantage I did not suppose you were so deeply attached to these old things Isabel groped her way to the door and out Into the sunshine She fled down the path to the oak at whose base she sobbed out her childhood sor rows She wished she might defy those Intruders to take way her home They could never love It as she did It was hers hers If she were a man she would fight for It There was a crackling of twigs and she drew back Into the shadow of tho tree It must be lade Isabel couldnt talk to her now perhaps laterbut In stead stalwart man swung Into view- I knew I should find you In the gar den so I didnt go to the house and these telltale things have led me straight to your hiding place He held up a broken roan and toe pink sun bonnet but did not offer to return them Then his light tone changed to one of concern You are In trouble he said quickly Perhaps I can help you The man threw himself on the grass beside her Its too late No one can help me now Hose Arbor Is sold and we are going to live In town Poor little girl he murmured The old place In a part of your life a part of yourself Isabel turned a grateful glance toward him You understand she said softly It seems aa If I cant give It up Clayton followed her eyes us they swept the undulating meadows Yes I understand lie leaned toward her You are not alone In your trouble Isabel Your sorrow Is my sorrow for J love you dear It Is not the devotion of a day nor a week but of a lifetime Its the love which was born when we were children the love which grew when as boy and girl we trudged together to school and which hiss come to maturity In the love of the man for the woman Your old life has been snatched from you will you not begin the new one with meT I am lonely Isabel I want you I need rout What did the troubles of an hour ago matter If he loved her Then she tried to free herself Its friendship she murmured I I cant give you the old love she murmured Its something new anlt strangeShe herself folded In two strong arms and a mumed voice whispered Ita been there all the time dear only you dldnl know It I used to think couldnt be happy anywhere except In the country she but dont think now I hollillI mind even London very much If were with ou- CIatonsmlled down at her wnlbaeDo you think Im as selfish Is that You will be tired after your business and the journey will be too much for you Ive already bought a house be de elated I wanted my first gift to you to be a home He laid a folded paper In her hands She opened It and her eyes caught one word then the rest became a hopeless blur Hose Arbor she murmured Through the mist her eyes sought his You knew how I loved it In her up turned face wonder and reverence were blended with love American Queen Buggy or Carriage Harness F Iroadlprofitlook aa well aa tko rest of your turnout or ii it shabby aod thus detract from the KenflralappearanceoI easy way a new set of Buggy or Carriage Harness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old harness do let us put it in Food repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Kv t Skin Dlsoases Eczema Tetter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved and quickly cured by the free use of Para camph U kills the germ stops the dinging itching Makes the skin healthy and smooth S E Welch Jr DruggistITOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor haith I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit buninwia I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which 1 will sell at greatly reduced prices Hew is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Notice Kentucky Leg can no students Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL i Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States LargestrCollege Library in Kentucky NO SALOONSh Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men r and Domestic Science for young Ladies t Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to I Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years for for business and far lifeCollege Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ale degrees e MusicChoral free Vocal Piano TheoryIWe are here to all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a freo gift Studeiitn pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses the school apart from instruction and must also pay for advance Expenses for term 14 weeks maybe brought within Winter term of 11 2700 Spring terraIof 11 weeks Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed Baptists Chvifitinns Disciples Congregation alista Methodists Presbyterians and people of all denominations roa LVrORMATlOX AND KBIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS Ins KkCSETAflT WILL GAMBLE Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills ltiolloiJAltI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Roar Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent wof 141pe Potts Duerson Sutioe Ky II KodOl II IItea DYSPEPSIA CUrE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT- USI 00 lontaeottlai ttmeitS trial fix hkh sells for 50 aNa rairAKiD At Twit LAKXATOIT o- rE C DcWITT Ac COMPANY CHICAGO 1 FREE Scholarships THE CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms of one young man rind one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Eslill Lee Madison Owsley Piilanki and KcckciiKtle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who take THE CITIZEN We will priut the Ballot which below each week from now until December 1st This should bo filled out with the name and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you whir scholarships to be given These ballots when received Tns CiTirtv office count one each for the young man and young woman whose names are written on them addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to THE CITIZEN will re ceive a entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their candidates 0 months 00 votes for each 3 months 2ft votes for each The young man and young woman in each of eight Counties named above who receive time largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by Tilt CITIZEN for two terms Berea College will save each one from 800to SHOOiu cash The only expense to which they will be put is for board nod room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other Jlrttclatt school iti Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year end if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anyichere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot bolow and mall to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys NOW ICutthis out ill in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN SERB A BY Take On account of the recent action ofthe Mature Berea College receive the coming year therefore this offer is open only to white contestants county fitting College J Courses Reed Organ help of board in full of 2050 weeks 2425 by good C Berea GOLD DUST Roar 3H ILL Jackson appears at In blank favorite the in which START colored I vote for Mr of postoflice county IS the most popular young rnan- re- 0f nd 10 hS8 to pOIItofficeto oounty- as the most popular young woman THE CITIZEN Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HIIII I I I IFI I I I fffffff Born Sept 28th to Mr and Mrs W II Itolx n daughter W A Ppwoll of Sand Gap was a Borea visitor Saturday Bow A P Smith of Scienco Hill is in town for a few days TuesdayinC M See has purchased home in Lexington Mud will move there soon Fears were entertained tho first ol the week that Marshall Tatum would pot live The filling of tho silo has made busy times for the farm department the past week Miss Xannio Baker of Lexington is visiting her uncle James L Baker for a few days- P S Dearborn and family returned Tuesday from a three weeks visit with friends at Butler Ky John Wagers successful candidate in rnco for Democratic assessor lately was a Berea visitor Tuesday James E Hulett has just weathered a siege of typhoid fever and was in town Sunday for the first time in eight weeks Willie Dalton has a good position as clerk in Carnahams general merchandise store Akron Neb He writes enthusiastically of tho kind treatment accorded him by all Crosbysfamous early this week for Welch This means the lest at a lower prim than you have been paying See his ad opposite Win Reynolds of Flat TCiver Mo was married to Miss Jennie Evans of Blue Lick Wednesday Sept 21 at 4 oclock at the home of the bride They left for tho homo of tho groom Thursday An addition of two stories is being put on tho rear of the building oc cupied by Pettus store and tho black smithshop The lower floor will 0- 0us by tho Durham meat shopand upper as a dwelling- A telephone line to Whites Station branching ofT from tho Paint Lick lino at E T Fishs will have tho following subscribers I C Davis J J Moore Judge Good loo Leslie Adams These con nections are all free to town and county subscribers A now switch board is being installed at Paint Lick D C Fullington wife and daughter arrived Saturday night to visit old friends in Berea Jackson and Estill counties and the old homestead in Tenn Mr Fullington made tho race at the timo of the opening of tho Cherokee reservation to settlers and secured for his share a choice location near Kiowa This was 21 years ago and he reports the country as now wellsettled and prosperous Time greatest drawback to tho settlers is time scarcity of timber and that means also scarcity of fuel Soft coal is 8 to 10 per ton For Sale A farm of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings call on J P Bicknell Berea Ky tIItMlIIttlfIIt I I It11I1 H i College Items HERE AND THERE i1It1Mt11IIrII t1ttIII I The material for the waterworks has begun to arrive Miss Corwiu and Mrs Frost left Tuesday for a visit to Camp Nelson Wesley Frost will attend Obcrliu tho coming year Ho left Monday morning Miss Sadio of Warren 0 sister of James Young camo Monday to enter school Hiram Miller a student hero last year is in tho militia stationed at Yellowstone Park Wyo Sec Giunblo made a buisness trip to Lexington Wednesday to engage stone cutters for the now library build ingUtilo Dulce did not givo up tho ghost as was first reported A reor ganization was effected last Friday night WinTosh and John Burdotto arrived safely at Lansing Michvudare entered for a years work at tho Agricultural College there- After tho first of October oxeditor Racer and wife will bo pleased to have all friends address thom at lOt Museum St Cambridge Muss A new J0 horse power bailer has arrived It will lo installed be bido tho old one which is inadequate I I I I IJI +I I HuH I I I I I I I I II for tho proposed electrical mind heat ing systems to bo in use in tho near future The editor would lo pleased to receive moro nuns items from old students not in Berea A short letter can contain a great deal of information for your friends who read TilE CITIZEN In front of tho Treasurers office is exhibited splendid specimens of tall corn raised by tho College on poor land with tho help of agricul tural science farmer ought to have his lays educated along agri cultural lines Rev A E Thomson and Dr Ilub hen loft for Williamsburg today They will attend anti participate in tho Congregational Assn meeting beginning tonight nnd ending Sat urday and tho C B Convention Saturday night to Claudo DoKaun nnd Miss Ethel IJichardson start Friday as delegates from Berea to tho CE gathering When to See College Officers The President Treasurer Secre tary Dean of Women and other College Ollicers lire to be seen in their others every morning directly after College Prayers at 945 The President amid Mrs Frost nro also at homo nearly every night at half past six and glad to have college workers students or citizens call socially or on busiuews- NATURALIZATION LAW Two Hundred and Sixty Alleged Offenders Arraigned in New York Now York Sept 28Charged with violations of tho naturalization laws 260 alleged offenders were arraigned Tuesday at a special session of the criminal branch of the United States circuit court Tho federal grand jury also handed down 148 additional indictments in naturalization fraud casesOnly 150 of tho accused wero ablo to plead during the days session and sentence was suspended in all but fivo casesA plea of guilty was entered by M O Wlcr of Brooklyn whose citizen- shIp papers wero obtained irregu larly He paid a fine of 500 A aim liar plea was also Interposed In behalf of A O Pratt a civil engineer who appeared as WIers witness in tho securing of tho latters papers Pratt paid a fine of 300 Assistant United States District At tornoy Marx said Tuesday that 1400 certificates of citizenship irregularly secured were surrendered by their holders during tho 30 days beginning August 25 and ending September 25 That tho possessors of fraudulent pa pers might not suffer tho federal offi dais allowed 30 days in which they might be surrendered SPECIAL TRAIN DITCHED About 25 Persons Were Injured Some Seriously St Louis Sept 28A passenger train on tho St Louis Iron Moun tain railroad known as tho Hot Springs special was ditched near Piedmont Mo 125 miles from St Lou Is Tuesday and about 25 persons in juredA special train brought tho victims to this city whero they wero met by ambulances and taken to the hospital or to their homes Physicians who came back with the injured now state that none of them will die Tho accident was caused by heavy rains of tho past few days which wash ed away tho earth about the tics Un der tho weight of tho train the rails spread overturning the cars Tho passengers escaped through tho win dows UNDER THE CHICAGO RIVER All Tunnels In the City Must Be Al tered By April 15 1906 Washington Sept 28 Secretary Taft under authority of tho act of congress of April 27 last Tuesday served notices on tho city of Chicago and the street railway companies own- Ing or controlling the tunnels at La Salic Van Buren and Washington streets under tho Chicago river Chi cago to alter all the tunnels so that there shall bo a depth of water of at least 22 feet over them April 15 1906 is fixed as tho date when the lowering shall bo completed ALLEGED POLL ROOM RAIDED One Man Fell Fifteen Feet and Was Seriously Injured Now York Sept 28ln a raid on an alleged pool room and bucket shop in 42d street by agents of tho antipolicy society and the police Tuesday ono man in seeking to evade arrest was seriously injured by falling 15 feet to the sidewalk from a window of the room and 11 others wore arrested charged with being accessories to tho crime of grand larceny Tho Injured man is alleged ta kg the principal EMPLOYERS WIN Nino Thousand Workmen Returned to Work Without Union Regulations THEY WENT BACK AS INDIVIDUALS They Also Agreed For a Reduction in Pay From 10 to 20 Per Cent Three Branches of the International Harvester Works and the Pullman Co Reopened Their Shops After a Shut Down Chicago Sept 27Ntno thousand men returned to work without union regulations of any sort Monday when tho three Chicago branches of tho In ternational harvester works and tho Pullman Co reopened their shops aft or a shut down of two weeks Tho men not only returned to their former places as Individuals but they also agreed to reductions In pay of 10 to 29 per cent Before tho shut down the International harvester works rec- ognIzed tho labor unions but with tho announcement of a resumption of work Monday came tho statement that tho company would not renew Its agreement with tho trades unions and that the plants would bo operated on a basis of 57V hours a week Instead of 54 with no Increase In wages Tho men accepted tho ultimatum of tho company without any serious man ifestation of discontent and all of the old employee who could obtain work accepted tho new regulations Monday night a call was Issued for a special meeting of representatives of all unions having members employ ed by the International Harvester Co to consider tho conditions at tho threo plants but the general belief IB that tho men will remain at work under tho now conditions The case of the employes of tho Pullman Co Is different from that of the harvester company Inasmuch as tho Pullman Co has Ignored all trades unions since the strike In their plant In 1S94 Tho Pullman Co announced Monday that it would reopen its shops but at a wago reduction of 10 to 20 per cent Less than 2000 workers were given their former positions but theso men willingly accepted tho decrease in pay and several thousand of tho former employes left tho yards of tho company Monday night bitterly disappointed because they could not icturn to work even at tho reduction In wages It Is the intention of the Pullman Co to have Its plant In full operation by next Monday Work was resumed Monday only in the car repair shops WHY HE FIRED THE STORE Said It Would Give Work to Many In Replacing the Stock St Louis Sept 27 According to statements by tho police William WIl kle who Monday surrendered himself has confessed that ho had tried to burn tho Lammert Furniture Cos store on August 8 Tho nro resulted In a loss of 80000 Wllkie who calls himself a socialist Is an employe of tho Lammert Co Wllklo told the po lice that he tried to burn tho store for tile reason that It would give work to many men In replacing tho stock RELEASED FROM JAIL Thos Haggerty Bernard Flaherty and John Noon Go Free Parkersburg W Va Sept 27 Judgo John Jackson In tho United States court Monday dismissed the chargo of contempt against tho miners and others arrested recently at tho mine of the Pcnna Consolidated Coal and Coko Co of Preston county and released from jail Thomas Haggerty Bernard Flaherty and John Noon who wore confined In default of ball to await their hearing Tho charge was technically incorrect Auto and Street Car Collide Plttsburg Sept 27A collision between W L DIxons automobile and an Avalon street car Monday evening resulted In the serious Injury of W L DIxon James Wilson and Oeorgo E Turner DIxon and Wilson will be lamod for life- Cotton Growers Meet St Louis Sept 27Moro than cotton men attended tho convention of the southern cotton growers which met In tho palaco of agriculture Pres- Ident Harvlo Jordan of tho Southern Cotton Growers Protective associa tion presided Their Wages Reduced Monossen Pa Sept 27At tho Na tional tlnplate works of tho American Sheet and Tinplato Co Monday tho tonnage men of the hot mills signed a new scale effective October 1 which provides for a reduction of 12tJ per cent Union Iron Works Sold San Francisco Sept 27Tho Union Iron works one of tho properties of tha former United States shipbuilding corporation was sold at public auc tlon Monday by order of tho federal court of the district of Now Jersey White Service Restored Richmond Va Sept 27Atter a fight of nine months waged by the while messenger boys the Negro messenger servlco of tho Western Union hero has boon abandoned and the white iwrlci mtprgd r JAPANESE MOVING Crossed the Hun River CO Miles Above Mukden on the Way to Tie Pass RUSSIANS FORTIFYING FOKOMAN Tut Shows That Gen Kuropatkln is Preparing to Check tho Flunk Jllg Movement of Japs The Entire Absence of News From Port Arthur It Is Feared Indicates a Closer Blockade ThereCan nonading at Anlva Mukden Monday Sept 26 by way of Peking Sept 28Tho Russian cav aIry west of tho railroad report an Important Japanese movement and a threatened attack No change eastward Is reported Four divisions of Japanese remain at Dontalaputzo threo divisions aro supposed to bo near the Yen tal mino and two others west of them Gen Mlschenko reports that he penetrated to tho Ycntal mines and found only small detachments of Japanese there St Petersburg Sept 28Tbe war commission adjourned early Tuesday evening without issuing further news from tho front Tho Mukden telegram to tho Berlin Lokal Anzclgcr retorting that tho Japanese had crossed tho Hun river miles nbovo tho city Is believed to refer to scouting parties of Japanese whoso presence there was recorded In the press dispatches of September 26 The movement of Japanese forces on tho Line river which was reported In a dispatch from Gen Saklmroft to the general staff on September 26 Is all the more significant since Sianchan Is tho starting point of roads leading to Tie Pass Mukden and Slnmlnttn Tho announcement that the Russians are fortifying Fakoman 25 miles northeast of Mukden shows that Gen Kbropatkln Is preparing to check tho flanking movement on TIo Pass from the west In ease Slnmlntln should have to bo evacuated Tho entire absence of news from Port Arthur It Is feared Indicates a closer blockade there Hitherto dis patches from Gen Stoesscl have been coming through semiweekly Tho admiralty has not received any details of tho reported sea light off Anlva at tho southeastern extremity of Sakhalin Tho Vladivostok squadron It Is understood Is still in tho harbor The cannonading at Anlva was probably a Japanese attack on blockade runners- A telegram received here from Da town reporting that reservists are be lag transported along tho Caucasian coast brings tho first Intimation that troops there aro being mobilized There aro only two army corps In tho Caucasus and ono of these havo apparently been ordered to tho far east Prlnco SvtatopolkMtrsky was re ceived In audlenco Tuesday by tho emperor Tho princo will assumo chargo of tho ministry of tho interior September 29 SICK AND WOUNDED JAPS The Number Under Treatment In Ja pan Is Placed at 45000 Toklo Sept 28 Unofficial esti mates placo tho number of sick and wounded Japanese soldiers under treatment In Japan at 45000 Tho mil itary hospitals at Toklo Osaka and Hiroshima contain 10000 each Nine thousand have recovered sufficiently to be sent to mountain and health resorts Tho system of handling and treating the sick and wounded Is work Ing splendidly and tho death rate Is exceptionally small MAJ THOMAS ADAMS He Was Struck By a Street Car and Died From His Injuries San Francisco Sept 28MaJ Thos Adams C9 assistant Inspector gen eral at tho Presidio died Tuesday at tho Central Emergency hospital as the result of the fracture of tho skull sus tained last Saturday night when ho was accidentally struck by a street car lie was a native of Kentucky and a graduate of West Point In point of service ho was tho oldest artillery officer on tho coast Col Charles Morton Married St Louis Sept 28Col Charles Morton of tho Seventh United States cavalry stationed at Chickamauga Park and Mrs Sabina P Pemberton of Pasadena Cal have been married at the home of Capt F R Rico In this city Cholera In Russia Moscow Sept 28Tho municipal authorities of Moscow on account of tho appearance of cholera at 8 am atoff and Nizhni Novgordo have adopted ex traordinary measures to treat and Iso lute any cases which may break out here Lady Curzons Condition Critical London Sept 28A dispatch from Walmer Castlo to a local news agency says It Is learned on good authority that Lady Curzon has undergone a chango for tho worso and that her con dition Is critical International Vegetarian Congres- sSt Louis Sept 28Tho fifth International vegetarian congress opened Tuesday on tho exposition grounds As this was the first congress hold In America tho foreign delegation wa LargeiJJrl rrs+ bsmlst+l u This Wav Sinners I If you mire not buying nil your wants of im I will toll you why you should Wo have tho largest cleanest nnii host selected stock of DRY GOODS and SHOES in Madison County The largest and choicest stock of G nOCEltI ES thin side of L x5nglou and tho cheapest drug store on earth SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour 1Vashhurn Crosby Co 76c Obelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 76c Meal 05C Granulated Sugar 5cDry Salt Sides 8b Dry Salt Fat Backs 711e Arbucklos Coffee 2 for 250 Other goods in proportion at WELCH7S w d er Ilww ntw- KJ t tt-c 4Ietrrerlrry ItltKII 1 il barn14a r Nd4Ml 0E51o SWIIINt11M rd 1KIIKIIKKl Atrl- suU = l5aw Pairs HIOl =1rlili7U lnllSej- Jminrtt HUM tall I I wr Pall Tilt HKASOH3 tv J iI uakt aiifMlUiinmi rnt r lnl Sl1lbal Ace uiLet IHUUlkH tnn VCII W Iilnas OlshI1irrtMff IVI tv nlo rtl jJtIl t U 1l of olbrr mat fo t1 I t4 Iwt lit ornbartf5J11IndrrUaJt ff tke r larnri la htdmi Palmt CewI J tow a Cell anJ Nat alj4sf r1- M IN IIM s4 l NI1 M1 tI1- v tMtMeteyullduua rD llilt ltr Uu rGr rer 1MIMIr NrMytM ILMIr 5I Coyle HayesM- ain Street Bcrca Ky COL D Q COLSON DEAD Was Taken III With Nervous pro tra tlon and Sank Rapidly Mlddlesboro Ky Sept 8Col D O Colson former congressman from tho Eleventh district and colonel of the Fourth Kentucky regiment during tho SpanishAmerican war died Tues day night at 8 oclock Ho was taken suddenly III Monday evening with nervous prostration and sank rapidly to the end Ho was ono of tho most prominent republicans In the state THE ELKS ORDER Their Property Is Not Exempt From Taxation In Wisconsin Madison WIs Sept 28Tho su promo court Tuesday rendered a de cision holding that under Wisconsin laws the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of America is not a bo novolont organization and therefore apy property It holds is not exempt from taxation under tho statutory pro visions exempting benevolent associations Army Changes Chicago Sept 28Drlg Gen F D Grant relinquished command of tho department of tho lakes hero Tuesday and left for Now York to assumo com mand of tho department of the oast Gen Grant will bo succeeded by Brig Gen Frederick Funston In chargo of tho department of tho Columbia Defective Boilers Condemned Chicago Sept 28Three big plants of tho Pullman works the hammer freight and Calumet shops wore ordered closed by Chief City Boiler In spector J C Blanoy who found and condemned 20 defective boilers In the establishments Three Children Cremated Iowa Falls la Sept 28Threo children of Charles N Bird Ruth Edith and Ernest wore burned to death In a fire which destroyed their homo near Robinson this county Mrs Bird was rescued after oho had been badly burned Mother Dont Suffer With Neuralgia KluMiinatliiin Pains ill thn hack etc ParacMinph relieve and cures such ailment because it 0x nit the point induciw sweating smith draws out all furor anti tuflum mntion It HoothiM It elms It cures Keep n Ixilttit in your home You- ueellL every daj S K Welch Jr Druggist FOR SALE GOOD M I LOU COW OO llhodus Uonn Ky tf IS HLILDING LOTS in Bons U longing to the John O Free estate SM cinl imliirmnonti to purchaser of ntim tract J P Hicknoll llttrea Ky FOR RENT AN H ROOM HOUSE ou Center Street Good wnll Kanlflii and barn Call on or write to J J Bun anise Itaroa Ky tf A Boys Wild Rldo For Lifo With family around expoetiaft him Jnlilollbut thin wonderful medicine Run in mutant relief and soon cured him lie writes I now shop soundly ovary night Like marvelous euro of Consumption Pneumonia Hronchitis Coughs Coldn and Grip Provo iU rnatchltvM merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles Mta and 100 Trial bottles free at Cant Fed Drug Co See theINew Dressmaker Over limn Post Office Junt from Lexington with the latest Makes Spoclality ofIWaistsSkirts and Wraps For Ladies Misses and children Mrs Jennie Searcy Bores Ky A Closo Shnvo i Often causes H burning stinging sea nation makes time face rod and sore Parncamph will relieve such troubles instantly Keeps the face smoottundIhealthy and prevents InllmmatlonIMoral UsoParAcamphnftrr shaving S E Wolch Jr Druggist Prominent Citizen Assassinated Knoxvlllo Tenn Sept 27Sam De Armond a prominent citizen of Kingston the county sent of Roano county Tonn was assassinated by an un known man Monday night while pass ing tho court house at that placo Krats Trial Postponed Butler Mo Sept 27Tho trial of Charles Krats member of the St Lou Is council for bribery was continued again Monday by Judgo Walter W 3 roves because of tho III health of Krati who Is critically sick 0 j 1 I A FURIOUS ASSAULT Japanese Attack Port Arthur on rhrceSides The Besieged Forces Are Fighting is a FurnaceA Perfect Storm lInof Shell Is Falling on the Town Port and Fortress Paris Sept 2LTtte Mnlln Bt Pa tnmburg correspondent telegraphs aa follows Telegranm of which tho general stair as yet have no knowl edge reached the emperor Saturday morning I can storm that they con rern Port Arthur regarding whlca place the greatest anxloty prevails at court The Japanese are now engaGe ed In a general assault which Is more furious than its predecessors Attach tog the town on urea sldos simulta neously and employing their whole t forcer bring determined to finish the tutnlnong RuKsInn mines blew up wholo battalions Gen Pock especially distinguished himself directing tho fire from the wall which tho Japanese reached after Indescribable massacre Tho wholo of Adm Togos and Vice Adm Kainamlmuraa squadrons are Aiding the struggle which It la feared hero will bo final Tho besieg ed forces are fighting as In a furnace A perfect storm of shells la tailing on the town port and fortress from the whole hill and roadstead Gen Stocs sal Is going from tort to fort encour aging the defender In their desperate efforts Chu Too Sept 26As a result of the battle before Port Arthur which began on September 19 the Japanese succeeded In capturing several Impor tant positions and Suntlay the Rus scan tenure of tho big forts guarding the north northeast and northwest stiles of the town was seriously threat cued Possibly the most Important capture during tho three days fighting was that of Fort Kuropatkln which whflo of minor value with regard to pro renting the entrance Into the town of ttrn JapnntHio had been constructed for tho purpose of protecting the source of tho garrisons water supply Tho control of this water supply Is now in tho hands of the Japanese As was announced In those dispatches on September 20 the battlo Ixisan before daybreak on September 19 At this hour tho citizens and the garrison of Port Arthur after tho en joyment of weeks of comparative to curlty awoke to the thunderous re ports of artillery along the Hue ox tending from the wrat of Itz moun sins to Illplung and Kikwan moun lame This WOK but a preface to tho assault which was dwitlnetl to result In the capture of tlirw new and Im 1portanl UoMOan positions together with MX mall but nnnoylng forts ly- ingf between 8huhlyen and Rlhlung mountain During the day and night of thp iPlh and until noon of tho 20th the bomlKjrUtnbnt continued without cqpmtlon and the many shells falling from quarters which previously had been silent made It obvious that the J Japanese tad at last succeeded cither In mounting heavy guns In new posi tions or In strengthening old ones At noon on September 20 tho Japan 00 right and center the former boring to the woKtjind the latter to tho oast of the mllroad commenced tho ad vance The troops made use of tho trenches nail Infrequent natural cover that lay In their way The small forts 40 tho south of Shushlyon resisted this advance but briefly their garrisons not t being strong numerically Since the beginning of the bombardment the ar tillery Bra from Fort Kuropatkln had been growing steadily weaker and It having become apparent that It bad been practically silenced tho Japan ore assaulted the fort During late night the heavy bombard moat of the Russian positions contin ued the Japanese fire being directed with particular vigor against anothur supplementary tort 5009 yards to the west of the fort on Its mountain and regarded as highly Important because of Its bearing on the Its and Anshu mountain forts Tho next day after having pounded this position unmercl fully and until its fire hal slackened visibly the Japanese delivered their assault They met with a stubborn resistance They wore exposed to tbo fire of machine gun and rifles and they rondo frantic efforts to reach the crest of tho slopo They leaped over trenches and embankments and tore down tho entanglements In their path until at length they entered the fort The Russian troops there refused to desert their position oven In tho faco of the superior numbers which con fronted them and desperate handto li111nd fighting occurred fnsldo tho fort Eventually almost the entire Russian garrison was either killed or wounded Military exports hero are of tho j opinion that If tho Japanese capturo either Rlhlung or Kikwan torts or tha Itz and Anshu forts the doom of Port Arthur Is sealed and for this reason the importance of tho results obtained by the Japanese In their latest as faults upon tho Russian positions Is obvious Uruguay Buenos Ayres Sept 26 Confirma Hon Ins been received hero of the report of the conclusion of peace between tho Uruguayan government and the revolutionists under Gen Muno There Itf general rejoicing over tho outcome Gen Orlppenbergs Command St Petersburg Sept 28Tbe em peror has appointed Gen Grlpponbors commanding the troops nt Vllna tl command the second ManchurIan army Gen Grlpponbcrg succeeds Lieut Gen LtnoTltch Interesting Kentucky Items SEIZED WHISKY A Revenue Agent Takes the Crigler Plant In Covington Covington Ky Sept 26Thegreatest seizure of whisky by United States revnuo officials In many years has just taken placo in this city at tho plant of Crigler k Crigler on Boot Tike street It Is estimated that be tween 15000 and 20000 gallons of liquor Is now In the hands of Revenue Agent Shelley who camo on from Louisville a few days ago to Investi gato alleged irregularities that were being practiced by tho firm Tho In vestigation has been conducted with tho utmost secrecy Shelley denied his Identity to all that ho met and aside from the United States ofilclali few knew that anything out of tho ordinary was going on within tho walls of tbo rectifying plant It U charged by the revenue offlclala that Crlgler Crlgler have been gull ty of drawing oft old whisky from bar rots filled with goods of a certified ago and bonded and replacing tho oily old stock with green whisky It Is al leged that flavoring matter and other ingredients were added In order to glvo the blond the taste and strength of legitimate aged goods It Is said that the firm was detected In tho work by an employe who peeped over a transom THE MULLIGAN FAMILY Negro Walter Charged With Attempt to Poison It Arrested Lexington Ky Sept GDeslllthis promise to 411 all Sunday morn Ing Louis Mitchell the Negro wailer arrested Saturday night for attempting to poison tho family of Jpdgo JaR H Mulligan is playing a gamo of hid lag and seek with tho police A prom Inent man Is under suspicion by the pollco and It was believed that the Negro would implicate him Sunday morning but when confrotncd by the Mulligan family and tho detectives Mitchell toM an Impossible story shout a masked white man holding him up at tho point of a pistol when he reached the Mulljgan homo Satur day morning According to Mitchell tho masked man marched him to the barn and escaped from tho promises Mitchell says ho feared to tell the family of tho hold up lest he bo killed He doofl not explain his premonition of warning tho family of Salmon The Negro will bo kept In solitary confine meat until ho confesses His story creutml n profound sensation her Sunday HIGH HEELED SHOES They Caused a Cancer Resulting In a Louisville Woman Death Louisville Ky Selt 26 Mrs Blanche Malkin Hunter wife of WII liam A Hunter who Is a son of Dr W Godfrey Hunter dim nt 110 oclock Sunday afternoon from sar coma duo to a cancerous growth caus ed by wearing high heoled shoes About a year and a half ago a cancer appeared on Mrs Hunters right heel nnd to save her life tho log was amputated below the knee Sho never recovered from tho shock and pot son which had spread through her systemMrs Hunter was a daughter of Mrs M 11 Malkin and she was a society favorite before her marriage She wan S3 years old- MILLIONAIRE HAGGIN A Suit Filed Against Him For Back Taxes Lexington Ky Sept GStato Revenue Agent George H Alexander of Louisville filed suit here against James U Hoggin tlio millionaire pro prietor of Elmondorf for tho recovery of alleged back taxes on real and personal property valued nt 2600000 The total amount of state taxes al leged to bo due Is placed at 63700 and that duo tho county Is placed at 65000 To this Is added a penalty of 20 per cent for five years back tanking a grand total of 154400 sued for Tho case Is set for trial before County Judgo F A Bullock October 10 A Duel With Pistols ML Sterling Ky Sept 26 Charles T Royse n prominent farmer of Nich olas county engaged In a pistol duel with a Negro named Jim Pearsal Royse was badly wounded in the head and tho Negro In the hip The wounds may result fatally In each case The Durham Funeral Lexington Ky Sept 26fho body of Hardy D Durham the local turf man who died suddenly at Sheopv head Bay arrived hero Sunday night accompanied by his son Puryear Dur ham Tho funeral took place Monday morning Burglars at Work Sergent Ky Sept 26 Burglars entered tho retail store of Frank Browning at Norton Junction near the Kentucky border Saturday night Cash to tho amount of 300 was ta ken with perhaps 200 worth of jewelry A Colored Dance Raided Paris Ky Sept 6Tho Negro suburb of Claysvillo was much ills turbot Saturday night when Chief of Pollco Hill raided a dance hall and arrested 42 Negro mon and Negro women MaJ L C Norman Dead Frankfort Ky Sept 261IIaj L C Norman twlco state auditor and one of the best known politicians in Kentucky died hero of heart trouble Sun day MET ON A CURVE Passenger Trains on the South ern Railway Collide SixtyTwo Persona Are Dead and Sev eral of the 162 Injured May Die One of the Engineers Evident ly Disobeyed Order Knuxville Tcnn Sept 2C Running on a railroad n a supposedly high con JIllion lit maintenance and having about them every safeguard known to modern railroading two trains on tho Southern railway carrying heavy lists of passengers came together In a frightful headend collision near Hodges Tenn Saturday The appalling loss of life and maim ing of tho living resulted apparently from the disregarding of orders given to the two trains to meet at a station which haii for a long time been their regular meeting point Tho claim of failure to see either tho station or signals can not be set up by the engineer of the westbound train were ho alive to enter a plea of do fonse as the accident happened In broad daylight and according to tho best Information obtainable ho had tho order in a little frame In front of him as his monster of Iron and steel rushed by Nowmarket Station and soon after camo full upon an eastbound passenger train making for Newmarket in compliance with in structions to meet tho westbound train which carried tho sleepers from the east for Knoxvllle Chattanooga and Other southern cities The possibility exists that the Ill fated engineer may havo been asleep or that death had suddenly takyn tho sight from his eyes beforo Newmarket was reached But nothing Is known navo that tho orders were not obeyed The trains were on time and not tank ing over 35 miles on hour yet tho Im pact as they rounded a curve anti came suddenly upon each other was frightful Both engines and the major portions of both trains wore demolished and why tho orders wore dine garded or misinterpreted will never bo known as the engineers of the two trains were crushed their bodies remaining for hours under tho wreckage of tho monster locomotives Tho death list a result of tho fear tul wreck hall grown Sunday night to 62 and It will probably exceed 70 before Tuesday as many of the Injured are In a serious condition and mar deaths will occur at the hospital Sun day there wore six deaths at that In stitution the last one occurring at 8 oclock Sunday night when M P Ganc a prominent North Carolinian residing tit Shelby N C passed away Others who plod Sunday at the hospital wore tho two colored firemen two Httlo girls and Nop Miller colored of John son City To the list of dead there must bo added an unknown Infant found Sunday at tho scone of tho wreck and two other unidentified bodies A forco of 1GO men tolled all day- long at tho scone of tho wreck Before 2 oclock Sunday morning the track was clear for through trains but It required many hours to clear the de brisEngineers Parrott and Kane were found beneath their engines but their bodies wero iot badly crushed Small fragments of bodies were found in many Instances Sunday but it Is thought that thoy belong to bodies al ready found and brought to this city One little baby was found by tho wreckers hut that was all The cause of the terrible loss of life In the heavy eastbound train was ex plained Sunday It seems that the second conch ploughed Its way into a bank In such a manner that the other cars wore jammed Into it and pushed on by the weight of the heavy Pull mans were crushed like eggshells Physicians at tho hospital stated Sunday night that of tho long list of injured which they have In their care It Is probable that not more than four wilt die Tho complete list of Injured as given by tho railroad omclals shows a total of 162 but this includes all per sons who wore only slightly hurt or S C Sept GA telgram has been received at Gaffnuy this state announcing tho death of Lee Hill at Jelllco Tenn who was killed In on explosion In a powder mill The body was expected at Gaftney Sat urday night but instead a telegram was received stating that tho body nc companIed by Scott Hill his father Leo Hills wife and four children tad a single sister were nil on tho Illfated Southern train which was wrecked Saturday and that all were killed The bodies of nil seven of the family are expected to reach Gaffney Monday morning Broke the Worlds Record Now York Sept 61oOula Mang broke tho worlds record of 35 feet 8V Inches for three standing jumps held by Ray Ewry of tho New York All letlc club by an Inch and a quarter at tho Mohawk and Mott Haven Athletic clubs games Secretary Taft In Washington Washington Sept 26 Secretary Taft returned to Washington Sunday night from PolntnPIc near tho mouth of tho St Lawrence whore he hUB been for several weeks He was ac- companIed by his brother henry W Taft To Be Restored to the Americans Shanghai Sept 26It Is reported In Chinese quarters here that meas ures ore in progress looking to the restoration to American owenrshlp of the CantonHankow railroad The company was hnjtered in New Jersey WELL MAKES AMAZING CURE Builder Laborer Had One Ig Shorter Than the atberWatlrL- engthenl It A wonderful cure has just been ef fected by the waters of St Wlnlfredei well in the little Welsh town of Holy well the fame of which dates back hundreds of years The patient la James Plunkett a builders laborer of Manchester who became almost a helpless cripple after falling from some scaffolding 12 months ago last Decem her He was treated at the Ancoats hospital without success and a fort night ago he made the pllgrhnage to Holywcll on crutches and his right leg five Inches shorter than the left He was dipped In the well and given a course of baths and was soon able to discard his crutches which are now to be seen In the crypt of the well Ills Injured leg began to resume Its proper shape and he was enabled to place It to the ground At present Plunkett Is slrll an Inmate of the hospice on the bill above the well lie now walks with the aid of a stick having only Just the suspicion of a limp He has been home and the change In his con dition created great excitement in the district of Oldbam road where he lives ANT BITES BOYS TONGUE Onslaught of Winged Pest May Necessitate Removal of Organ of New York Lad As a result of a bite by one of the winged ants which have been aplaguo In the Bronx and harlem N Y for sometime Frederick Snyder 14 years of age of Boston avenue Bronxdale may have to have his tongue cut out The boy was bitten on the tongue At first he did not mind the Irritation thinking it would be only temporary Later the tonGUo began to swell and with the Inflammation be experienced much pain Soothing lotions were applied in vain A physician was called In the next day and he administered treatment but de spite this the swelling continued until now It Is feared that to save the boys life the tongue may have to be ampu tated either wholly or In part This is the first serious cue of biting result ng from the winged ant plague EIGHTH HUSBAND AT 30 Remarkable Marital Career of Hand some Senora Insurance Agent Refuses Last Spouse A woman at Logrono Spain has married her eighth husband Her Tat marriage took place when she vas only 16 years of age and she has see busy marrying ever since Her list husband dlnd of heart disease vlthln two months of his wedding- nd none of the others enjoyed more hen two years of married life The oman who Is now a little over 30 t very handsome and belongs to a Istlnguished family Her two broth ers are professors at the Madrid uni versity and her father was s talented author A life insurance ifflco has refused to insure the life of Tier latest husband who is a well todo photographer Less Risky An Italian college student chinned himself 43 times and died It may not develop much muscle but it is cer tainly safer remarks the Denver Republican to get ones exercise by look ling at magazine the pictures In the physical oul Old Mystery Solved The announcement that stogies may be made of sugarbeet Haves clears up tr matter that has long been a mystery to persons who have smoked them MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 24 CATTLECommon i2 60 3 75 Heavy steers 10 1J 5 25 CALVESExtra 7 00 HOaS Ch packers 15 25 Mixed packers 6 60 G 6 10 SIII lExtra 3 35 3 60 LAMBS Extra 5 85 00 FLO UK Spring pat 6 35 6 60 WHEAT No 2 red 1 17 4i 1 18 No3 winter 1 1- 0OATSNo2 mIxed 33 33H 33VRYENoHAY Ch timothy Q11 75 PORKMess 13 10 IAHD Steam 7 37Vt 7 60 BUTTEIl Ch dairy 13 21ftAPPLESPOTATOES Per bbl 1 60 fd 1 75 TOBACCO New 6 25 12 25 Old 4 75 14 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 6 30 5 60- W1I15ATNo 2 red 1 12 = 1 16 No 3 spring 1 05 1 1- 6COnNNo2 mixed 62Vj 52yt OATSNo 2 mixed 30 U RYE No 2 74 PORK Mess 11 GS 111 60 LAUD Steam m 7 22 ft New York FLOUR Win strts 5 10 0 540 WHEAT NO 2 red 1 17y CORNNo mixed 66- VOATSNo2 mixed 34 iPORK Mess 15 50 LARDSteam 770 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 03y4 110 COIIN No 2 mixed G2 OATSNo2 mixed 0 41- CATTLESteers 5 10 J 5 35 HOQS Western 6 15 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 15 CORNNo mixed 66- OATSNo 2 mixed t 35 LARD Steam tp 7 00 lORI Mess tT13 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 rod 1 08 1 1- 3CORNNo1 mixed tD B4Vi OATSNo 2 mired 0 32W THE OLD BED DARN There on old red barn at grandmas and- I tell you Its the one For the jolllest sort of doings and the great est place for fun We can shout and yell and tumble Juit make a glorious noise And nobody will bother grandpa says twa built for boys Theres lofts and mows of meadow grass hayWhere or pirates all the day And take a fort or sink a ship or make a robbers cave Behind the stanchions where the cows are blinking wU and grave Then when the sun Is low behind the fir trees crests sleepIne We sit together on the hay and talk of what well be then were grown up and all the deeds do on land and aea Tom says hell be a captain bold and sail the ocean oer Dick means to go to Africa and all Its wilds explore But I will be a soldier brave and Chris topher declares That he will hunt for tigers and go shooting grizzly bears Then when It gets too dark and still we leave It for the light Though pirates are all right by day theyre not the thing by nlghtl The woods and ponds and shores and fields are jolly na can be But the old red barn at grandpas li lust the place for me L M Montgomery In Orange Judd Farmer NEWS SELLERS OF JAPAN They Are Quite as Enterprising as Our Own Newsboys and Make Even More Noise The newsboys of Japan have been reaping a harvest durlag the last six monthsThe people of Japan are great read ers and besides they are exceedingly patriotic and Intensely Interested in the war with Russia You can see then bow anxious they must be to get the latest news of the war A Japanese newspaper generally has one big Issue in the morning contain ing news cartoons and advertisements about like our papers Then after that extras are printed all day long and sometimes up to midnight The extras are printed on little slips of paper just large enough to contain the Item which is the cause of the ex tra These little handbills are printed only on one side of the paper and sometimes an extra consists of no more than 20 or 30 words Then next day each paper prints Its regular edition all the dispatches printed in the little extras of the day before with the hour JAPANESE NEWS SELLEU and minute of publication and thus they keep tally on scoops All day long crowds of men and boys wait In front of the newspaper offices to get the extras They wear very little clothIngJust a short klmona and trousers that look like loose swimming trunks Each one has a sash of cotton cloth tied around his waist and to this are knotted three four and some times six and seven ordinary dinner bells The bells hang on the wearers hip and as soon as he gets a bunch of extras he starts oft on a dead run down the middle of the street The bells make a terrible clatter and the people rush out to buy the war news for they know that the bells mean a fresh war extraThe extras go like hot cakes and the boys get all the way from five rln which is about a quarter of a cent in our money to five sen or two and a half cents for them The bells save the boys the trouble of crying their papers and besides notify everybody at once that there is some big war news on sale runny Collection of rabies A comical collection of babies was lately seen at a fair in San Francisco They were all Chinese infants and the males had their heads shaven and the females had their hair ornamented with fringes of beads and paper flow ers The droll expressions on the faces of the almondeyed cherub3 would make oven a sick man laugh Words EdItorWe will pay you either at the rate of one dollar per word or 5000 per idea as you elect- DtatlngulBhld AuthorThe former I- serthe better way I thlnkPuck- Unlntere Xttfrt MadgeThe people up here are most unpleasantly frank They dont teem to have any secrets at all DollroCXl4 gracious What do they End to talk about Town Topics AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A CAT How a HomIess Kitten round Good Friend a Happy Home and a New Name It WM a dork dismal afternoon and my wounded feelings were in keeping with the day I had just been turned and without ceremony from the onlj home I had ever known True it waeinot a luxurious abode but cats are particular u to surroundings when theTIare simply willing to exist but desirous of struggling for tho amount Everybody that pasted I made an attempt to follow but no one noticed me and If by accident such a thing did happen I was certain to hear the disheartening i words Go home kitty goekwhenlhadnonetogotot had teased me almost beyond and a horrid big dog had enduranceItree where I WY forced to s t long time as my trembling paws were in no condition to make so dangerous a was coming on and I had no place to lay my head Just at this moment a lady passed Hr dress was dark r SPOT AND TIER FRIEND but she bad a bright smile and although I had made up my mind to follow her the pleasant Invitation Come kitty gave me the happy assurance that at last I was really wanted and welcomed by somebody If you have never been in at similar position you dont know how much a friend a friend In need is Well I followed her to a large stone front house and as she went up the stairs I thought Is this the mansions I have fallen heir toT In answer to the ladys ring a pleasantfaced maid opened the door and on seeing me exclaimed Youll be in luck all week maam If a cat follows you The lady only smiled but I thought Im the one whos in luck Just then a rosyfaced boy came bound lag out to greet his mamma and with such a rush my first impulse was to run away Fear is such a terrible sensa tlon and my poor nerves were so un strung that even a mouse low be t spoken would have frightened me out of my remaining wits Now a cat is not In a normal condition when a mouse has that unpleasant effect However the little boy patted me so gently and seemed so pleased to make my acquaint ance that I was glad to make his Be 1 sides speaking of mice I heard him say We wont have any more now that kittys come This was a reassuring assertion that my evenings would ba pleasantly occupied and that time would not hang heavy on my hands or rather pawsLuncheon was announced and the lit tle boy begged that I be permitted to remain In the diningroom just once so there I stayed think the lady was very fond of the little fellow and I knew I should be for she watched him all the time while I watched her It made me wish I had known a mothers love for then the remembrance of my young days would have been happier Well I knew I was In good society and was equal to the emergency I took in everything quietly particularly the old family silver on the sideboard However I made no remarks about it being a compara tine stranger I know a good thing when I see Itperhaps because I dont see It often After a time the subject of a name for me was discussed and the little boy suggested calling me Spot perhaps because be thought me only bright in spots While the discussion about names was going on I must have fallen asleep for I remembered nothing more until I was awakener by being lifted off the chair and heard the lady say I would call her Sleepy Hollow because shes the sleepiest cat I ever canr and shes so thin shes hollow The little fellow laughed at this but I didnL My feelings were hurt and some joke was Implied which my cat Intellect couldnt comprehend Besides It wasnt my fault If I was thin Id be overfed If I had my way When night came the little boy wanted to take me to bed but I ran behind the stove as I dislike strange bedfellows and then his mamma had some objec tions too At last when all was still I lay in the box provided for me by the kindImany cats less fortunate than It were walking aim lessly under the blue canopy of heaven without a home I made up my mind I should never leave this family but cling to them so long as they clung to me perhaps longer Ingratitude was a crying sin whatever that meant but they should never be able to hold it against me A plate of milk A bed soft and warm life seemed to ful of promise And now looking backward on that happy time I could not honestly say whether it was a dream or a reality those days so full of joy Chicago RecordHerald Town Where It Never Saint Rain has never been knows to faU la Iqulqu Peru THE CITIZEN H Eastern Kentucky News no eonespondence pllbliahed enters signed in tan by the writer The name is not for pubacatloa but as an evidence of good fAith Write plainly t1111 Ht Our Free Schools The State of Kentucky is prove ing free schooling for all its children and nt this time of the year our youn g Icoplo are getting the best chance of their lives The teachers are ii the schoolhouses thoweutluir is good work is not pressing and yet the Rail fact remains that in very many of tin schoolhouses only a small proportion of the children are gathered and roo ceiving instruction This is the fault first of the teachers because they do not tnaki the school interesting or call upon parents mud children to remind then of their opportuuitcs But it is tho fault also of the parents Parents ought to bo moro anxious than teachers that their own children should have a good start in life Our children will be grown u before wo know it and their oppo- unities past Those that are no taught to love their studies and good things in school will become inter- Sested in other things and surprise ti at last by some bad conduct or nli fortuneLet fill up the public schools 25 REWARD On last Tuesday night Sept 20 or Wednesday there was stolen from my place one 4year old ox weighing about 000 pounds Has only ono horn on the right side and loose in head split just a little Has a white spot in forehead just a little to onside Finder will receive 425 reward for his return or knowledge of where abouts Address John Summers Corico Jackson county Iy100 MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Sept 10Miss Ethic P McGnnn who has been visiting Mrs Sallie Marshall the past summer left yes terday afternoon for Memphis Tenn Mrs Fannie Daugherty of Cyu thiaua is visiting Mrs L Hender son of East Fourth street James Mundy left Monday morning for Louisville to enter the State Univer city James made the highest aver ago in a recent examination held at Lexington for scholarship for that institution Miss Hattio Williams of this city made a first class certifi cute in the August teachers examin ationMiss Frances Higgins of Washington is attending at this place Samuel Robinson left Tues day to attend school nt the State University in Louisville JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Sept 20J F Marcum and fam ily visited T P Marcum of Birch Lick Saturday Miss Margaret Day is better of her long spell of fever We are sorry to learn that Jim Hurst is no better James W Marcum will move to Richmond soonPrank Hellnrd sold to R F Jones 5 hea of cattle for iOMissNannie Reese took dinner with John Brocknmn Sunday Mrs Nannio Hellard visit ed Aunt Jennio Morris Sunday The widow of Dan McCollum of In dian Creek is married1Jolmnio Marcum and Will Pendleton wore the guests of Sarah and Jennie BrockI man SundayJim Hursts little child is very low with croup The funeral of John Jones was preached by Rev Clemmons LAUREL COUNTY LONDON Sept lSDr G C Goodman o Welchburg Jackson County will locate hero in about two weeks Ho will occupy the Judge Weaver pro pony on College Hill He has rent ed his residence and office at Welch burg to Dr S B Peters of Travels Rest Owsley County Attorney Geo C Moore has returned from McKee where ho has been attending Circui- Court for the past two weeks durin which time Mrs Moore has been visiting at Welchburg Hon Jack son Morris who has a position in the iof1co of the Commissioner of Inter nal Revenue at Washington stopped over hero Sunday on his way to Annvillo where ho will visit homo folks several days Henry Moore ifonnerl postmaster and merchant at with his wife and HtUeI son has been visiting his brother Geo C Moore of this place Ho will stove in a few days to his farm in South Dakota IROCKCASTLE COUNTY meeting at Scaffold Cane closed Sunday night with IB ditionsLitUo Maurice Hammond is tatter Miss Yirgia Martin visited Miss Ida McCollum Sunday Mr Marsh Carpenter was buried at Scaffold Cane Sunday The little son of Bout Davidson is not expected to live Grandma Ogg of Disputanta is verysickP S 11ft11It Callaham visited his daughter o i Knox Count rlCCntlJ J Mnr 1tin is attending Court at Mt Vernon Miss Dinksio Lake of Berea vis ited her sister Saturday and Sunday W W Anglin of Mt Vernon while going to church Sunday night had his horse tall and narrowly es capped being killed The trial of Ed McKinley will bo held at G V Owens Tuesday Sept 47at 10 AM Sept 27Wm Rich has gone t the Ford where ho is expecting to team for n few vcvkstier J W Lambert of Boono has purchased a farm of G L WrenJ W Todd has several teams hauling shingles and timber Daddy and J W Todd are expecting to move their sea rig to Clear Creek shortly The grist mill willremain where it is COUNTYrtOA88ARDSept 21MORt of the farmers are about through saving fodder James Eversole of Manchester Clay Co weeksMrs Barbara Minter and children are visiting relatives at Booneville this week John L Gabbard and 1111 Minter are attending court at Boonevillo as jurymen Isaac Price of Buck Creek was horn last week lie is talking of toeingn candidate for county judgojiev Lewis Cau dell preached at Grassy Branch schoolhouse lnsSundayThv Gab Lhard baseball team will play the 3oonevillo team on Oct firstH- II Rice is going into the logging nisiness this fall andwinterQuito n number of the citizens of this place have been attending court at Boone yule this week as witnesses in the case against Price Moore and George Baker for the killing of Lewis Colo TRAVELLERS REST Sept 10Thero are a great ninny parents who are robbing their children Are you one of that number Are you robbing your loot of an education in order that n little odder may bo savedor afew pain tOlR dug It is of far greater eon sequence that your boy ho saved than odder or potatoes Of course in re ply to this you will say There is only one time to save fodder and dig wtatoos Yes and there is but ono time to save and educate boys That time is while theyare boys The eternal destiny of your boy depends largely on the opportunities of child howl while character is forming The influence of your toys life is as a pebble cast in the mighty deep Long after the pebble has disap wared the waves it started may ho seen on the surface Whether this niluence bo for good or bad depends largely on you None other has so much to do with the shaping and parentsIrvpreonsibilityPd to bo men tomorrow What kindof men will they snake with the training J ou are giving them Are you willing that your boys should he sor rants of others P Every day they are kept from school is ono step toward making them servants of some onoI else To educate your boy menus a mo of joy comfort and prosperity to him MADISON COUNTY BARE KMB B L Richardson of this place hasI businessfNina Doris Monday Allen Skinner of Cabin is visiting his uncle Mr A C Hort this week Sjxjncer Ab coy went to Borea Monday on bush ness Edward and Green Lake wore at Richmond last week on business W A Roulette passed through hero to Bcrea Monday Whispers of shortlygLouis Lester and wife n visit Sunday The school of this place is having n very good attendance Several of thin pupils are preparing to go to Bcrea College next winter Mrs Bill Shearer is slowly improving Miss Douglas and Rev Mrs Thom son of Berea visited the schoolof this place last week and also extend ed their visit to the Climax schools Pleasant news conies from Mr Sam Burnell and family in Indiana They expect to stay three years ho foro returning Canemaking Ixjan picking and cutting corn seems to bo tho leading occupation at present in this localityPEYTONTOWN Rev R II Munday filled his reg ular appointment hero Sunday The text Ho went down Jordan and dipped seven timesR H Harris has sold his grocery stock to the Parrish Brothers who will take pos session 11eduesdnyHolden Moran and Lovell Gentry who have been in +so ++ 1 Our Popular Scholarship Contest I TilE CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two terms to he given to tho two most popular young jieoplo in ouch of time eight sur rounding counties attracts morn and more attention as the weeks pass As wo go to press tho following votes had been received Loa County Mary Fnrler 1200 Clay Combs 050 Floyd Lucas 500 II McGuire t tOO Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bcasio I1175Clau-deDolaun1175Wa- llaee Adams 000 Tommio Baker 1175 Pearl Gay 300 Maggie Lowcii 275 Clay County Susie Sparks 1F50 Inn Bellgel oo W M Rico M ltOO M Robinson t a 12X T E Burch i 1150 Chns Combs 500 G J Jarvis 500 Mnry Collins 400 Owaliy County Nom Wilson 850 Snowden Reynoldstf0Gar- field Campbell 150 miry Ray liO Flora PondorgniRs 201 Burgoyne bluer 110 Nettie Treadway 110 B J Pendergrass 111 Jeanette Gabbard 100 Read THE CITIZEN advertisement on page 5 Cincinnati some time returned home Sunday night Bessio Burmtm who has Ixon ill for several days is able to lit in school again Quito n num her of our people attended the circus in Richmond Wednesday Arch Miller Hjwnt the day in Paint Lick Sunday Miss Mary Eo Merritt who went to Washington two weeks ago to tllkII two years course in nursing reports n pleasant situation nnda Ixautiful city LIVINGSTON Mr A N Bently has sold his pro party on main street and is talking- of moving to Louisville Wo would like to keep such a good citizen as Mr Bendy in our own town Mr N G Baker of Mt Vernon was in our town SundayJ11 Baker wmit to Corbin Sunday to see his son W M BakerMr George Nichols wont- on Skeges Creek Sunday Ho ox octs to stay a weokMrs Mary French and Infighters Bollo Ten old Francis were visiting relatives here Saturday and SundayMrs Samuel Ward is visiting relatives in Madison county this week11ill Cottonghimfl father of Pine Hill was down to soo him Sunday Rich and Piko Samuel Ward George Cook and J W Baker were among the ones who wont to Mt Vernon to hear the Republican speaking BOONE We are having some very pleasant weather at this writing Farmers are cutting up their corJkHe and1rs1 W Lamlwrt attended the big show at Richmond last Wed time1r11111Mason of Madison county visited Mr and Mrs Eden Wren Saturday old SundayB J Watson has moved to the S B Day farm on little Clear CrcekJ W Lambert has bought a tarn of G L11renMrs- J B COo and children and Mrs J W Lambert and baby Kcuhio vis lied Mrs Daisy Lamlnirt Sunday T H Lambert is putting up a now storehouse at Gap SwitchMrs Laura Jones of Scaffold Cane passed through hero on her way to Rich mood Saturday Rev J W Lam bent is now operating his new saw mill with good success Mrs Martha Dobbs who has lien visiting rela times old friends at this plnco for two weeks has returned to pier home at Spring Place Ga NEWS IN KENTUCKY FATAL FALL DOWN STAIRS James Watson Died at 8t Joseph Hos pltal Lexington Lexington Ky Sopt 2SJamclI Watson 68 fell down stairs at St JO- seph hospital Tuesday night and BUS tamed Internal Injuries from which ho died within two hours Ho was a prominent citizen of Lex ington but had lived In tho west the most of his life Ho had previously sustained two strokes of paralysis and had been making his home In the has pltal for moro than a year Ho at tended church services Tuesday night and started to walk down tho steps and POISONING MYSTERY James Mulligan In Lexington to Help Investigate the Crime Lexington Iy Sept 28 James Mulligan of this city whoso family Loula JLUlpJigJl a Mara urn i Si Rockcastle County Rachel Hibberd 500 E B Thompson MX John McFerroi 400 Fannie McCluro 100 Mollie Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Uyrda Mcllnrguo 100 Jackson County W L Bl1glor2 00 Susie Watson 1200 Laura lint field lOTtO Samuel Davis 100 Lizzie Wilson SC- ONannie Click BOO Lucy Persons 5500 May Sparkmnn 800 C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor JOG Estlll County Kobe Mooros liO Ambrose Wilson 8F Gnruetl Powell 700 Th ln Nolnnd f 00 Nora McGee 1X J II Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Alumbaugh 200 Rolwrt L Coyle i 102 Martha Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwoll 100 luraptod To poison arIC via Tuosdu from Chicago Ho went at onco Into conference with his attorney and friends lie camo to help Investigate tho poisoning mystery and rescue his own name from Imputations placed on It by the Negro In connection with the crime A sensation Is expected THE KENTUCKY BREWERS IS F E Keller of Loultvlllt Elected President of the Association St Louis Sept 2SAt the conclud ing session of the Kentucky Drawers association convention In tho Kentucky Worlds fair pavilion Tuo dny the following officers wero elected President S F E Koller Louisville vice president Charles Kauffman Ohio secretary J A Miller Ohio treasurer John Outld Lexington Iy Stabbed Dy a Woman Owlngsvllltt Iy Sept 2SNews reached hero from Hlndmann Scott county that during a general light near there Mrs Clarinda Thacker stabbed Mrs Emma Stone wlfo of Judge Day Stono five times probably fatally wounding her Monroe Stone and Marshall Jacobs are charged with complicity Result of An Old Quarrel Somerset Ky Sept 8Jamt1 Pearco and Simpson Burton met In tho road near Nancy and engaged In a fight In which Durton was shot three times dying Instantly Burton had previously snapped his pistol on Pearce The fight was tho result of an old quarrel Farmer Drank Laudanum Flomlngsburg Ky Sept 2SJohn Hurst aged after brooding for some weeks over four or fivo deaths which havo occurred In his family within tho past year committed sui clde by taking laudanum Ho was a wellknown farmer of near Gorrard Five Voted the Death Penalty Carrollton Ky Sept 2STho Jury in tho caso of Orad Razor charged with the murder of Watt Tomlin returned a verdict of 21 years Imprison ment In the stato penitentiary The jurors worn put two hours Five of them voted for tho death penalty scents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weakand paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ingregular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York oc and 2ioo all druggists Carriage Satisfaction Here I holyfinishcarriages invariably gist No bettor plnco to buy linn I1KIU2 No lx tnr linn to vuy than NOW rims down u Itooklmttom Qualititw up to Topnotch We and retire Get our prices C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Be To There Are three different nanlfesta lone of skplencae Pint Imnlly to sleep n wink oil night tcotxl to tie awake a long time before falling 1UtIftt third to fall slap soon waking up after several hours and then find It hanl to idtep ajjnln- Thtf mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres ponunluro In the brain Mia gome where In the Wood vrwtc4i that starry blood to the brain something lei radically wrong JtnA must be righted or the sail say be worm than death To right It take Ur Mite Nervine Some ether urmptoms of nerve trou tile are rMnlnww Headache flack aelle Worry KratfulfMV Irritability Metancltolr Lack of Ambition Thy Indicate dloae whleh may Mad to Itpllepey Fun fit Vltua hens Nervous rroetratton Iamlrel Imaiilty Nothing will give swell quick and lasting relief as Dr Mllec Nervine- Mr huthnnd tad then nick for week could not alt up to IMV hln led matli Itheneither niwp or eat Our baby girl was Pont away and all eallon Iwrml Iw NUN he could not stand n bit of talk- Ing I read of a sue of nervotM tnwI alien cured by Dr illlea Iteeturatlve Nervine We Logan RtvInK It to Mm and In a few days he was able to tie dremed From that time Iw atnullly ImprocL NrrvliM eared hM life A C lit KIN trItClYlII N Y FREEWnCe to of Pain Pllli the New Hrlenlinc ItemtHly for Pain Alto Symptom lltank Our tlltOillllt will dlsanue your emu tell you what III wren awl haw t n Fre alt AIIIrift MKIHCAI CUI UAUUKATUIU12S UUCI1AUT ISO j w IH fc Brood for liter dlnraio r n cured muD atUtr nn had prnt 1100 with doctors It lull tFe mrd leine take MU8 CAHOLINB Parkersburg W Va If liver docs not act go to your and secure package of Tlirdfnrds IIInckl and take a dose and causes healthy secretion of bile Thcdfords will cleanse the impurities and the kid A liver biliousness and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion in Urights as many as A package of TLedfords Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Durable repaint ropair KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Should Looked DrNMileesAnti Surrios Traps Wo taught th- eMoat Shop Known iw tho It D Mauoy Mont on Street and will fresh moat on hand nil tho time Como and MW us for fair in nolictod Durham Bros Main Ikrea Kj The Special o- fTennessee Wagons tbs meat of any wagons on tho market 2j in Knr ti2 TA cash 8 in runnlDg Rear fari 00 cub by A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street IJoroa Ky 1II1i1I11I11it1NII11 Ill111I1I II 11111 IMII i I I t 1 25 Percent Off For the 30 days on the Celebrat ed White Mountain Refrigerators LnrKn Stock to lwt from L ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main SUM Richmond K- y1I1IIIhiHHHHIltI IHIH+ II LIVERTROUBLES IflndThedfordtlllatknraonht medicine MARTIN nlarly a rnuuht constipatetowels a lllack Draught cold chilli Invites Weak kidney disease which claims victims consumption 25ccnt keptInntckDraulhtraclIlItWILLIAM1- 11THEDFORD5 BLAri DRAUGHt GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish have Stem Malls hays treatment Your trade hero Strwt build make them dmirabla running Sold next II Dlack blehead r Tho Stomach Is tho Man A weak stomach woAkonn tho man locati o it cnnnot trnnnform the food ho oats into nourfahmont Health end strength cnnnot IMI ro torwl to any sick tuna or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to tho stomachs A wORk stomachs cannot digont enough food to food the tinnuoa anti revive thin tired mind run down limbs organs of thin body Kodol Dyspepsia Cur digests what you eat cloniiHon anti ntrnngthonH tho glands and membranes of tho stomach and euros indignation dyspepsia and all stomach troublra Sold by East EndrDrug C- oFarm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cane about 8 miles from Boron Cottage House Storo IIoiiio Burn and other outbuildings G ood grass lots Poultry Yard Young Orchurd of about GO Bearing trees Good Garden nover failing wntur alno good lIlrill with UOUBOfamicheap for cash j C M SEE Bores Ky Subscribefor Citizen