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JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I Bafarftl ol PotloJlJC at Bma Ay cu Neond Naas Sete atalk- tH Ii IiFdiil1t I IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER ISXH One dolla Pear hO 10 TAKE NOTICE ROOSEVELT RALLY l There will lx a great rally in Rerun on Sntunlny October 22nd with diHtiiiKuiHhixl Hpenkern ami Rood HMIHC NEXT SATURDAY OCTOnER 8tH Thoro will IHJ addresses and music in listen Tulxjrnuclo at 2 PM Pren Fruit will speak spcchdly to young tunil who nro ruling tholr flint vote GlouvcH Co contractors for tho wiitor workH nro olTitring work for men and tcanm No one need ho or poor in tho nuighlwrhocMl 4idle tliU fall FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great damago was done hynn rnrthquuko in Chili Stirloim rioting in rvportixl among the nitrntn lulximrH in Chili 1rtttidont Koowwolt hnn been re jiifMlwl to Inlorviiio in the affairs of tho Congo Fey Stale Tho Congrow of Lawyers anti Jnr IlItll indorsed the proposedcall for n tMfond nco conference nt The Hiigne fun rnvonuofl of tho United King dom for thn half war just ended how n decrenxo of lb33525over the correH onding Aerial last year Valuable oil minting of GniM mr NicholtiH were mutilated at the RuM Hiau exhibit nt the AVorldn Fair and till featnrcti of the Emperor wero dofuci d- Alderman John Pound chairman or11m London General Oninibim Coin any Ltd WIt today CUOHOII Lonl Mayor of London for till en Ntiingyear IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Oregon farmers have Jilt up the print of hopn by holding their orojw The big huttltwhip Countclient wan launched at the New York nary yard Thursday Tho Index the oldest and strongest infidel newHta or in tho United Slabs hUll IXHMI stopped for lack of support Infidelity in lowing ground Nazareth Day at the World Fair WOH oliwirviHl by the alumnae of Nat nriiili Academy Eleven Stolen and our foreign country were rnpnwcnted Harvard University yeMerdny hue gun the 200th year of its existence At Yale tho attendnnce wan tho large est over known thoro on an opening day United States Senator Georgo F Hoar of MaHsaclmwtU died Friday morning Sept 30 after an illnetw extending over a period of many 1mouthnmonument in honor of Gen William Clark of tho Lewis and Clark expedition wan dedicattxl yes terday in llellufonlaino cemetery St Uiuis 1hoChicago Federation of Labor to obey the order of Pres ident Guuyets of the national organization to expel the Fnmklin luion or lnfIHrttIrH Tlio agitation against tho Negro which has been BO much of a craze is reacting against the South anti the Democratic party The hfarll words of Tillman and Vnrdaman have kept millions of capitalIout of the South cold turned thousandrt of voles to Roosevelt in tho doubtful ntalefl Judge Parker writes a letter nee cepting his nomination In it ho gives up most of tho paints Demo Hotulxxit everything which tho Hepubli culls have brought to pass In fact ho promised if elected to try to do the same for tho country as tho Republicans have been doing COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Democratic campaign in Ken tucky will lo formerly opened Monday with speeches by seine of tho best oratora in many counties A D Murrellnn appointed student from Taylor county has boon onlered to leave tho State College He rays ho will contest tho matter Hopkins county Democrats indig nant over Acting Gov Thorncs jmnlou of Clem Huchtor will not permit him to open the campaign at Mudisonvillo and on their demand ho has leer withdrawn Tho Lexington Humid Democratic BOOS that tho cruel sentiments against tho Negro recentlyexpressed by Democratic leaders is turning votes away from that party Tho Herald now favors a liberal and educational rpolicy toward the colored race giving ovary encouragement to tho exceptional Negro who may become R loader of his own giving to tho ruURsoH lemur pubic schools nu education largely industrial That is just what tho lust Legislature and Democrats in general have leen refusing to do THE CITIZEN POPE PIUS X AND HIS SECRETARY CARDINAL MERRY DEL VAL Thin Inferential picture shows Pope Plus X hunt nt work with time papnl secretary of state Cunllnnl Merry del Pal nt his ellI The nopo Is n very buy man and of Into the controversy between tile Vatican Dud Premier Counties of France linn engaged n large nmouut of his time Berea Public Schools THE CmrEN was as much asleep as the rest of lhi community this time mid nllowtnl tho election of school trustees tile first Saturday of Octolwr to come without notice In tho Colored District there Ins teen much dissatisfaction with tho trustees because they hud refused to secure teachers who could meet tho conditions on which Pros Frost hind offered to raise money for repair of Hchoolhonso and lengthening of tho terms Tho following call was issued for a caucus VOTERS nEt Yt COLORED SCHOOL DISTRICT AlOIIUlllttlO of live wellknown friends of our raeo Pres Frost Jaw BomdIV K C Wright J R Rogers and Dr Harton offers to raise money to improve the Marti Colonel School The Committee de sires to get superior teachers further improve tho Hchoolhonse lengthen tho term mud far as ossibo give time colored children tho same advant ages they would have in lierea CollegeThis does not come from tho Col lego which is prevented by the new and oppressive law from helping in this way It does not take the piece of anything time College is to do when its rights have fern settled by tho courts The College is going to find n way to help time colored people But while time College waits for its law suit to Iw decided theses live friends desire to help us in educating our children Tho commiteo of five cannot raise money for this improved school un less the school trustees will appoint teachers whom time Committeo can approve People will not give money except for a school with superior teachers If wo are to have this im proved school for our children wo must elect a trustee who will help appoint no teachers except such as tho committee of five can recommend Wo therefore invite all qualified voters who favor thin plan fur our improved school to meet at tho color ed schoolhonso Saturday morning October 1 at 0 oclock to nominate a candidate for tho ollice of school trustee who shell be pledged to this cooperation with the committee of five ANDERSON C CRAWFORD GEO HOFFMAN GEO REYNOLDS On this platform Win Kcnedy was nominated and elected This will hasten tho time wh our colored children may have n good school In tho whito district Dr Robinson was elected on a light vote and ho will bo interested as a parent and an old teacher in tho welfare of the schoolWithout liar knowledge Mrs Jon nio Lester Hill was voted for by a largo number Time idea of having a woman on tho Board is a good one A man may know nlxnit children but a woman who is hothn mother and a teacher is bound to know A LETTER This is tho day in whichn largo part of time Christians of tho world Protestant as well as Catholic cole bruto by thanking God for tho crea tion and ministry of angels Though but little is revealed to us concerning this class of beings yet our Lonl draws ono lesson from their work which all of us will do well to consi der Tho Sou of God when He lecamo man hind much to say about little children as every reader of tho Bible will remember In ono of Ills discourses about little children Ho says Take heed timid ye despiso tot ono of these little ones for I say unto you that in heaven their angels do always Iwliold tho fact of my Father which is in heavenWhat a lesson is there in this to teach us to llIdlHtJno tho feeble mid lowly In this tho holy angels which excel in strength set us a blessed example Because of their majesty and glory they do not doe spine 0110 of these little ones of nay race or cline but make it their joy to use thick great powers for their service If they with their glory which if fully revealed to us would destroy our sight rejoice to servo these little ones how despicable and wicked does tho conduct of those npjKar who disol oying time command of tho Son of God despise them and treat them with scorn us if they were no more worthy of love and care than as if they wore brutes While this example of the angels is very striking and worthof imitation I insignificantinof God who is exalted to sit nt tho right hand of Gadwo delights not only to help tho lowest and feeblest but Himself to dwell in all young or old who havo a childlike spirit Ho does more than come close to such Ho pads Himself in contact with their spirits Ho does not say how degraded they are mud how exalted I am but uses hits exaltation and power for their blessing When He says to His followers Freely ye have roe coked knowledge mid love freely give the same lie sets thom tho ox ample Blessed are they who follow Ills example hut what can bo said of those who do it only to their own race and kind JOIN A R ROGERS Woodstock Ill Sept 20 1001 Humor ana PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN M SMITH Copyright by Duncan M Smith PERT PARAGRAPHS There Is nothing like n Rood dinner and harinonlouH surroundings to make ones heart glow with philanthropic feeling for the oor and downtrodden After being married two weeks a bride thinks silO understands men but after two years she hus her doubts Some people are always wanting to know where Cain got his wife Per hUlls ho patronized a matrimonial bu reauEven a new broom will not sweep clean In the hands of some women Did you ever notice that there la plen ty of room at the top of a barrel for the largest apples CoiiRrpumiin Chump CoiiRretwnmn Chomp CIrkIIourl linn for sonic years figure In the of the DemocrUlc pnrty At the recent na tional convention at St Louis ho was honored with the position of perma newt rhiifriiian He Is now serving his fifth terns In congress He was born In Anderson county Ky In 1850 Ilr Shlniixp luvrntloni The explosive used In time Japanese mine n purely Japanese discovery It Ifl called shlmose after Dr Shi moso n famous professor nt tho University of Tokyo For twenty years he experimented with explosives nnd to this day wears the scars of many wounds received during his re Benrches Ho as serts that his ox plosive Is decidedly stronger than lyd Bite melinite or V any similar Inven ion and that It will explode when others foil to work To tdilinoso is at tributed the destruction of the Iotro pavlovtik The ulilmoso powder hns proved to bo very effective In artillery duels with the Russians KxSrnntur IlnvU Start ExScnntor Henry O Davis Demo cratic nominee for vice president made his start ns n brnkvnmti on the Balti moro and Ohio rullrond one of the old est railroads In tho country After working for n time as brnkcman a wreck occurred The road had to be clpircd up nUll ho WitS useful be was promoted to be a conductor and other promotions steadily followed Work is his motto Senator Davis served six years In tho West Virginia legislature null twelve years In tho United States senate Ho Is now eighty years of age linen Keller Helm Keller tho blind deaf anti dumb young woman who graduated Inst June from Radcllffo college which IB tho womans department of Harvard university la now twentyfour years old end was born In Tuscumbla Ala At tho ago of eighteen mouths alma was taken and tho sickness left her deaf dumb mud sightless Although so great ly handicapped sho hns conquered all obstacles obtained an exceptionally accurate knowledge of language and written two books Iv t- ortalrIii 1M14 6 so Cannot To LoseI Hn u uurI IIi Ili II 1T Sixteen Departments Eight Pages Afford Igthat you do not care to If so we advise you to seIof safeone our deposit in our fire proof vautIThese safes will take I of your papers jewelry and etc The Safe costs you yearCome THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J MOORE President W H PORTER lJ cashierI 8 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Kyff5Cut Flowers IiBE A SOLDIER WANTED 100000 BOYS 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER handwritingStalingto BKIUADI Omcut MAUAIINE together withtartlcnlaramncemitlgpromotionaete All promotion and appointment that may be ourmKulnethoborknownby IsN00 +00+0 +0 +0 +0+O +O +00+0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 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prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY H C WOIUF Prop 0 F rte THE BEREAVED LOVER Level Ive wandered tAr today where Bivrii formt boUKfn are bending And wide wide dewy where men are planting corn And 1 found n forest pathvny that of old knttw oft linr wurrflnci Whrr Jij shad nook itlll hung the lfMT if morn Aunt th mocking bird mere singing and UH ikies were deep and blur And w1t vokw of the fjirliistlme o seemed to uk tor you Peld the mocking bird The maiden Yoi not Hjrrly hero alone And iiiBo the echo whUporixl and a rw vc tiptoeing by Mrtftly Hfiuvlied through all the forest with a low expectant tone And omen looping to the meadow where the early blontomi lie Gently lifted up each leaflet then re laring It with care Peomeil to pause then soft departed wlili erlng Not there rot there still I trod on till I reached It the old oak lee of our trystln Where a mound In and where wreaths of hlo soms lie And mv face waS In the messes and the breezes all imitating Wandered past me and I heard a quav rlxn cry Which relNtl from somewhere within me n loner cry which naught could sate Twos my out bereft and hmclnp call lag etlllng to Ha mate Cut the bi4v sate tint the oak tree where our faun s lire crven deep Seoranl to give the mound beside me oven a thought Just the breeze came unimcttnK to me end II vlilvpered Never weep For the maiden for her roul Is never cnincli In that nnrrow oarthern chamber where the worms their revel hold JAr the fecks warmth ud glory and tin grave Is dark sad cold Then vvauileml far end left It left the grit v I earth cold and deep For r HOBKthlng whispered to me whereto peek And I know that I halt And you on the Miter n de of 1ep- And tiltliuitsh I wake with tear drops i mv check Still I lino1 ypu Itt to greet me where w never more shall part Hut the lung and weary waiting Just the mllifK breaks my heart J M Jt In HU tm Post A Real Daughter of the Revolution ny CAnOLINE OEBHAROT CepnteJtt ty bj j D Llpplacolt Cop njr Ill XfiKi XII fOSTISUK- lApin tli re tvus the crouching of twig niiilr several feet and she mill liHiuiulsIi In the faint light unrlt rrtwm moving between the treeK Hue rise uluwly ilncillv lies rCBHT in n Knticf wnv her std waved tliu t Iitl lilui und f Inrthin ae I ui1i a few wonln notr Ueui lSterv Ttiritnii lsntrrrebus the title lolil Jtiiu illt IIP W lO not deceived IK U f1111ot1toW was deter niiociU jiuwvicr tiiilooeUa leis won iiiilndti it in cmilil Jle yvjnit it ninlfi ii arrnck JJwnffflft CWrhpfc lire K lie kticvB tlnjJnt ae wsrtitIC r4J1L ltulllllijtb i ii4 rsnntlm had mi desire Thai tiii tiflV nnnus should lu Kinlrclinlt t It would lie if the liii lliK 4 o tvhleli flir luau gne to wive Vrtliliigtnn lift that night were Itnnttii His prhleV protection iniurd Jitin t t this course If nothing else Hi Itil pnld her marked atten thou hud nlenly conrte l lour brother for her sake hud made nit secret of ids wiuiintr Tn have the nnnie of 5 vointui Ie Ito il thus honored linked iinwin ijiiljrMlih that of anotliuv man wan guiHR It wcrw a pity iniilnm hu sold between lilt teeth tnryubr milK ukr upS tvMiiefltioa yiur own that vofir Itn does not keepliaee with your tletcriiilniitioii Your mad autioiiH touifht lisle plaeed your relnlivot in it position that to Kay tho leaat iinunrlable If ho hIaiduxhVetrd her to be crushed tlicHe cutting wonU he rcolciuifd iinltt oi JaneV spirit A ftuto oJ iitairH sir hlie uninvered promptly fur which you and you iilone are re bU tail you paid heed tn my iupplleatlons had you not per li tcd In your ilutcnnlna tion In iiHirdrr Copt orth in thin cultlIJIOllel1Jlullttllr1 tlbutd nut iIn1Q been driven to this estrem ily IP wee tile life of one who was my iildlttudH frivnd and to save your mini front black infnuiyt- LHM iiier vvaii diimlifdunded He bail liidked for Intro cutrcalte pro tutilnliiiiiH jifrliiipi home maidenly eonfiiHidii tier her discovery in miilu nttlrcIIi t Indeed the cloak whlcli the hffivy dew and chilly at moHpliere of the early morning hours ill tie miiithfrn climate lent excuse for dirt much to conceal the mans uuif rm It vlts well for fine that her voice relieved now of its lisp and UH nit Hiiniet dfptli wan sweet and that so much of IIIT face could le sera nilghthaveetTronteryMudatu 1willwe accepting too uiuiuLstldniiiRly the order whliii he supposed hall been 8nl him tlroili LieiU Kllery Iu Iruth huvo aped dl brother Edwirri BO well In looks plough not la couiluct that 1 do nut wonder he r was ilorplvcil bH liS the next net In our Ii ttIn dram might bo hunwilato your flu wilt witli your pennislfti c eorft ylui from titKceni after have given oitiio Unit the pxeiitiii proeeed lane thought rapidly There WUH one hot throw in tit ginue left hrrnulshl minht even iniiku It tutu yet not win or winning nt what micri flee Hut lung as tlds lost chance remained could she refuse to take it Col lensrmer she soldseine hours aliive you maple mo the offer to tlxcliiinpv iipt VorthIngtonV life for my prunttee to be your wife If that utTer wan innde in good fnlth 1 will Hceept it A stung expression settled upon Uc sempr fare IIIH eyet looked at her cuddly Ardently hud he wooed this young woman lens titan two hours mace but that wits before she had joopanllpd her reputation by going to wild length to save another nunc life On the other Laud his pulses throbbed at every in licet ion of her voice at every diftplny of her proud pint her haughty temper To Iinve all thin youthfuIneKs wilful neB Ioellneti for his very own to bend tlmt haughty will to histhe thought vab fuHcinatiiig- I am waiting sir The girls eyes looked ftt him with cold surprise Apparently plies Kllery wits aston ished that the bargain she offered tihnntd not be more eagerly accept ed ItoMpmcr noted this with stirae amusement nnd with pleasure too It pltasetl hum that she seemed to have no conception that she hat dune nuKnt wbiek coudl make i tr ICIM nc ceptablo In life eyes II id site turned to him a mipplinnt Vo would have scorned her but she cane as a pur liMMvr who oirewl n pree which she evidently rotisiderrd hijh oath lies seiner wait too hninnii ot to value that which was altered t Im at much the wife nt which it wij offered Von are willing to Iuflt mi of fer which I made you sometime since he said lowly AV yes re memlKr for your hnnil 1rnliist thus fellowV life find you wind have me renew it now that you Might give your hand to me Mild yom heart together with his life to him A charm log bargain truly You refuse then SVc turned nwny with the air of nr empress rawlnir her clonk nlxmt her and apparently ftrrgetful that she wore not Mveepins tnwus butt trod in stead in dragoon boots ltensrnicr1 brratu eunw more clilckly thin moment mj queenly Jane he Interposed You seem must reedy to accept reftml nt my liandw which nukes mo thank that after nil the tailgain you ou is not bud Yon are a moat enchanting puzzle One instant I am convinced jour heart in all this rebels yet were It M motlnk you would not bo tu wniitif to ubsndun yiur at tempt to buy hU life And if I do agree to give hN life in eehImtge for your plighted word what then Is it to be unler tlJOCl that urn to bon the right to claim you fur my sl Pitrrrr Iso choose i nm no beUerirr in long ell lIJellll1t nor in procrastination either in love or war nor du prruarc to be put oft with one cwiHi unil ali thrr Cumr Jane lt I teMhiii blow live will jmt be iiiine n any dcj that I mayset or nt Bin moment that seems to me tAOltWrlilMlltut TmitiiSind ttliwly Iliivc you not tny sine demanded 1 won WrlMfyW tLlFttt wed tine whom you bees IM trust little limit since pat wish tti ddI another to your de niaiidt I will funsrnt provided you permit lime to nth to my conditions will are to marry you whenever you hull fhonsp upon the promise that you tint only spare Cupt Worth ingtonK life upon this occasion but that you bind yourself to never again htrie to take it from him except In battletpot ny sneeringly Hils friend Vorthingtoii of yours seems to stand mightily in need af feminine protection It N usual to that an able botlled man will have JuTilcieul prowess and Lravery to fight for the preserva firm of hif hate himself without having to bo hedgrd about with do tenses brought by d woman I believe Jano returned It Is also usual tii expect n man to have suiHcivnt attractions to win n wIle without resorting to bargain nail sale to secure her- linasenter bowed low A fair rc tort he observed one which but iUtls in brilliancy all that falls from your Your piquancy of speech dear lady has largely fixed me in my dcterminatlon to possess you for my own One need never fear an inspired life when it is sauced by your tongue Sir you have heard my last condi Lion Do you accept it And you accept trine I do CIIAITKIt XIII A TEST Vhen Jlessiiuer entered the dining room next moiniug his keen eye noted lanes absence Ire we not to have Mistress ram with tmV he asked as hu and his olliccr seated themselves lit the breakfasttable know not what apology to make fur Jane said her stepmother but Unreins the set Put at down for one of those Jiorsobaek rides of which slue Is font and has not yet re turned I doubt me not she will come In at thd tall end of the meal when nil Is void as is her wont limit the meal drew to n close and still no lane appeared llexftemcrN lirov rlear enough upon his entrance Into the room grew created und when his arrangements jute depart lire were complete and still she hud not come Jn III coue Hlci his Irrita non The reflection that Jane must Lure known that he could not long deity his departure from her fathers homo and till 1I11plcion lluit she Iiiul taken heriItoil for the very pur most of depriving him of that alien tn which to her tutu opted lover ho tuts entitled was not pleasing When tin troops rode out from the- Kllrrv plncf the mint of early norm IIIK In late siiiiiiiur tilled the air At tin head of the earn lende rode Hesse miter and close beside him was the prisoner cnrrliM bII stout trooper upon lily horn The Anierleanfl arms were tightly bound wiille the sabreeiit upon hia cheek sbowcd lb lei In the mornliifj light Cradunlly the levelness of the way was lirokcu by low hills and finally the horsemen enterd the mouth of a great forst The road dipped into a hollow and suddenly the trees burst into sheets of flame parses reared sad plunged fwd went down currying their riders with them The trouper win guarded Worth lugton was shot ia the temple Ills horse wan shot under him and the prisoner himself lay n helpless heap upon the ground ie semerR own horse an animal he loved dearly had been killed and the Itrltlsh colonel Tot TitV HKiMirs VILLAIN HK cnan CNslllilrlllo ins Stiuitil frenzied with mortlflentlilii ut the complftenevH of the surprise rtcov ored from the full he hind ticeivrd to find Witrtlitiigton lying at his fot You treacherous vllluin Iw cried ITnuheathlng his sword he wn alKiut to run hunt through when hia eye met those of Lieut Kllrry- Kdwurd shunt through the arm hud been nimble to control his phinuic steed situ wnx dismnuntvd falling with his heed agnlnst tit trunk of a tree Stunned Ids bruin t clear ing when his glue 1lIemllind that of his colonel Hesucnier itovM tint say that the yiiung mans eyes pleaded for the life uf lute old piny mate y t there was that In them wliieh reminded time Kiifrli hman ttHi much of Jane not to mate hii arm waverIn Worthlngt n IrHnoher one viltaln a term which saroc ap plied to one who had ever b on mi ulan enemy leis mind hAd been titled vtlih surmises of lHnes treachery plight it nut lit that her morning ride was fur the very purpose of Rnther Ing this band of Americans to rescue her lover Might not the whole am buscade IlIe her planning Hut with l wards face the picture of her own before him such thought melted Nay he could not believe her guilty of such disloyalty Surely the dan ger of imperilling her brother If no other consideration would hjive stayed her With his returning belief in her cane memory of her promise and he put aside hits sword Your horse Edward he said for Kdwards mount reared from a cult wham his fathers plantation and ever the young manV pet hunting miccced ed III throwing his master was selnl with consternation and noW stood with penitent drooped held UCHHC mer vaulted into the empty saddle and was soon reorganizing his de moralized troopsenemraging remit lag inspiring As his buck was turned two figures darted trans behind tnes seized Worthlngton and made their way boldly towards a thicket frump whence the shots came hoax lest The kill naping of the prisoner had not been unnoticed but those redcoats who sought to Interfere found themselves the special targnU of tile finest marksmen in time world The lire ulackcnud the assailants were drawing oil Sensing this the Hrltlsh began to beat the bushes for their retiring foe IlcHscmer divided his forces and sent jwrt of them un tier lila Lieutemwt Colonel Turner with Kdward as guide to the eastward while he himself sot out 1n the opposite direction 1he way he hind chosen was that which would lend him past the Klljah later abode und ho was prompted to this ourse by u remark of Kdwards that morning that ho Miiipnsed Jane had gone to her Aunt Susannahs on her ride else she would have been back in tlme or breakfast With the escape of the prisoner from leis clutches tle Kn glishmanH suspicion of Jane had re turned and bitterly ho regretted now that he hUll nut killed the AulT lean when he had him In hM power As he rode towards till plantation n determination fired Itself in his mind and he but needed Jane these to put it into execution War hind played sail havoc with the Klljah Kllery place The mansion house had been burned by Hrltlsh and tortes KOIIK months before while the once fertile fields lay neglected rind nntllled Mrs Kllery now or espied the cottage of the overseer himself away in th army with his employer Hnukfast was Just over iiiul Jine and her aunt still nt the table The temptation Ihlenlll Into her aunts sympathetic tale of last nights ad tntnres andof the culminating bavgaiu was not to bo resisted As they sat lit the tablo they Ills IKIllII Marry Hessemer Mrs lillcry cried Hind yourself for life to a who could exact such a promUt you Neverl l aunt must lace answer escmipnMyever breaks his word or hers toIaunt retorted Marry hint I say you hertUriwhich caused the aristocratic old otI11111111111 pushed bitch her chair amid ruSt I taunt stray home she stud I doubt me not my stepmother in hysterics by now with anxiety to my whereabouts Nonsense thud Inn are not uatf rested Nay stay you lucre and f will hate Sam put up your horse and get out Black Nan to go himself to your fathers with a message that you are here Heedless of June protest site hustled onto the jMirch A gliner down the road vlslbln from tilt van lagcMiint caused her to thug up her liuuds in consternation anti hasten jick tn her niece Jane who cNcfaiiurd In an age toted tone who think you is gnllop tag up the toad imikliiK straight for here That wretch Urskcmer look Ing like a bantam roiifctrr ntt tile a iiig gray liiintc tCoining 11Irf1fI you sure i himino may Inp he Is tint going to stop lull keep you in the hone and I will tlhMl1r ihint speedily She rturDPd to the porch Soiree had she taken up her position when ItrskiMticr cant In siflit Imies lnri the sleek cbrstnut which was lui favorlt did not rarnpo Ida eye Will a wonl of command to hi ufnVers hv threw hlliHM lf from Ida horse sac Hlrinlt through tht pile to time rant porch at the top of whose steps Mrs Kllery stoml Ah colonel jfwodmoniinif Miio the lady enniles emlluffly Ti Inlhale have had the pleasure of wd coming you to my home It could pot be sold that lien xrl tome the only other time he Iad- tiited her hail been friendly It va upiiH the oceuKinn of tin1 burning o f her IIIHIIU mi event which both re inrabrred Will you not bo ItIItcJ here in my goixl settee site proiteiled md the spot It iKHrilrfe t miMt abode nail restful one nt this time In tle morning and It wouhl feel bnnnre to boh MI brave n gentleman To Be Cearinuedl A DANGEROUS CONDITION t Ihlrcr1 In tliliinr Ilirna h Iniuiius author under 111- acouratriuK Clnutealnuer- In one uIthe letters nf J mci liitsell Lowell he Uettoribrs nn unuc tWrttful speech he hud mate ut l mpiet In New York explaining tlr eircHiiislonces that discoiirugpl mid mhling that ah a realhimI sluroprd into hula temperament The lehrsse describes a pored n of affairs not cunAned unfortuintiv to mIll of grniilM says Youthn 111 pinion Few of ua art MI hfpP 0- Iu posaruK teniiwniiiients ofs sunny std equable fiber that IM multi not slump Into taken If wi woiihl There are cltwwr nil know them when we do not even wain to resist our tutn niinentt limit Igno inlnlouiily surrender onrushes to for lines or laxlnmui or our hellttilj tempter of whatever nims pitman naturi sytuistihlzeS will the good buyut the school ivn i n liifj astounded his tMcher IIy a diij of uiichecker d badness oxclaim defiantly livervhodyn gut to bo bad once in a while One of tits ice ale figures of life that of John Itichard Green thr historian fIghting down his ducour agement and keeping himself nllvr two years longer than the phystclnm Ind thought possible for the sake of his work and Ida wife When he felt hit depression coining upon him IK would ask for a stiff book sum thing ti net lila teeth Into When he went to ItnlIIr his 1cnlth rind Wits overtaken there hi the bitterest winter of time century he used to sit shivering before time empty hearth nUll gaily pretend that there was a glowing fire there getting ns hU biographer declared an extraordinary amount of gaiety from playing nt being gay It vas no gift this brut pathetn laughter In tic face of deaths It wa a bnrtl won achievement the result of the daily practice of bis own prd cept Drill your thoughts emit out this gloomy and call In the bright A Inrelliinii ColiL Venn larrar has related tMs story At one small public dinner nt whirl 1 met Charles Dickens I wan struck with hubs chivalry to an absent friend Mr Sims IScvvuH hUll bent announced it slug al the dinner and as hap peiil not Infrequently Mr Rim llccit hind something the matter wllh lni throat nUll was unable I- cIII present Dickons announced thl iiiul the stiiii ut wan rrfIvcd will n general lanyli of Incredulity 111 made Dickens who was In tile c l very uugrv nail ho manfully upiili his friend My friend Mr Sim Beeves he said riRt a hN Inability to fulnll huts cngiigemcnt owing Ii added with great severity to an un fortunately amusing und blgiil ucstloug coldf oko 1Ckoi1 oleott oitoteottotsotoltoieo7toteokololtotto7s o7saltoldottollo 0The Kirksville School o For Boys and Girls iQ P Simmons Principal Mark S Peckham Asst Prln Miss Ada Allen Prln Dept of Music o- o o Incidental Feos IAll Grades CO cents per Term All fees Payable in Advance r ouof A Primary o A Grammar 15 00 II lt- ro High School 20 00If tI o Department of Music Inolud olugInstruments for Practice 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aays The coughing and straining so weakened ms that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Fast End Drug Co I THE CITIZEN i tiiIIIIi laa The Home 1JaaalB LESTER RILL Editor IIIIIJ I JII JJ J i1HiIThars More in the Man Than Thar is In the Land ny SIDNEY LANIEH I known a man which lie llrol in loner Which lone e roullirr ol red hlllr and Acne And tin llred portly much bjr glllln of IIMIII And hit mulct wit nnlliln but kin and loner J And till hogs wu a oat u hi eorn bread pones And he bid bout a thoiiMiid arms Ian Thlitnan which lilt name wai alto Jone III inure Out hed leave them old ref Mill and ilonrt Fur he iiiildut make nuthlh but yallrrlth l nil tun And little n that and hi cure was mllen Ami what Illlle rum be had hit wu hoiifhttn Anti dliiKcd rf a IIvln wu In tho land And the looter he more the madder he tot Mot tie rli and he walked to the stable lot Anti he hollered to Tom to Nome lhar and hitch Fur lu emigrate loinewhar where laud Will rich And to iiilt raltlu rwk burn thlttlva and deli And a waitur llitr time on the ruiwl Und tin him club Turn they hllched up she mulct r rlrttln that bulk wu mlxhljr big foot That uIIllIlIrorcr titer lifetime out JrM Mratchln a lit In when all uf em mnuxht Oil 11111 Teaa whir IIlIon would iprtmt Mf the lime you could plant II In the Und And he Arty hjr a home what a man named llnmu- Wu a llrln not lute from the NICe of the town And he bantered Brown lute lo bur hit plare And Mid that teln at money wukaee- utd brln at ilirrllTi was hint lo fare Two duilna an acre would let the tutu Therrlw lala dollar and flllr tIllAudJuw be bought him a wiggln and tents And loaded UU rum std hit Immeti truck And muved UiTriM which II tuck till rnllre pile with the bert of lurk Tu git lhar mud gll him a lUll Und nut Hrovrn inured out on the old lone ann Awl h runlet up hit hrrerht anti tared hit arm Aud he picket all the rurki olTn the ground And hi routed II up unit plowed U down- Then hetonnl hit rum and wheat In the Und Kire yeah gild br and thrown one ilar Which hed tII1that he wuuldl elllh1 Wai a slain down wrier lazily Tu the tu licit dinner you ever did Whtrn one of the children Jnni ed up on hit knee And NJI Yana June whleh you bonghl hit laud And liar wu Jonea tundln out al the fenre And be hadnt no wag ln tour mule tune tents Ear ha had left Teiaa alunl and cum To Healy to wi It be couldnt lit turn Cupliif nienl and be was a luuklu at humble Al el he hail ueter owned any land huh llrown he set him In aol he tot Him duwn lo his rlllle traokln hot And whets he had fllleO hlwlt and the floor Hrowu looked at him star ant tie stub twore That whether mena land wu rich ur poor Thar wu more In the man than Char was In the lau- dtHhI I I oJ I I I The School Joan WIRT DinSMORB Editor IGems In Verse I Love Lt me but love my luve without dlfgulae Nor wear a mask of fitahloii old or new Nor watt tu peak till I ran hear a clew Nut play a port tu akin In ulhira eyra Nur bow my kneea lu what my heart de- nlca hut what I nm to that lei mo be true And del me worship whure my love II due And ao through love and worahlp let me rise Fur love U but the heart Immortal hintTo be completely known and all forgiven hetlvrnIwont And pardon It for love because con teasel And lit Ine nod In thee my love my beat Henry Van Dyke In Outlook Darlingflike life was like a aummer1 day Uf Innocence and joy Ilia voice hike alnitlna waters Fell loflly on tho ear So aweel that hurrying echo Might linger long to hear lie was our mother cherub lien Itfes untarnlahd light lien bletuMdJoy by morning tier vlalontl hope by night Ilia ayes were like the day beam That brighten all below lids ringlet like the gathered gold Of auinefa gorgeou glow H wee our ablere plaything A happy child of glee That frollckd on the parlor floor Scarce hither than our knee lits Joyou bunt of pleasure Were wild we mountain wind lib laugh the free unfettered laugh Of childhood chalnleu mind lie wu our brother treasure Their bosons only pride A fair depending blossom Ily their protecting aide A thing to watch and cheetah With varying hope and fears To make the lender trembling reed Their staff for future years lie Is a blessed angel lids home is In the sky He ahlne among those living lights Beneath like Makers eye A freshly gathered Illy A bud of early doom Hath been transplanted from the earth To bloom beyond the tomb- Catherine H E llng To a Child If by any device or knowledge The rosebud its beauty could know It would Itaya rosebud ever Nor Into its fullneen grow And If thou couldst know thy own sweet new O little one perfect and sweet Thou wouldat be a child forever Completer while Incomplete Francis T ialrreva- JAPS RETREATED Battalion of the Mikados Troops Attacked a Itcgiincnt of Rus sian Cossacks FIRING LASTED UNTIL NIGHTFALL The Russians Wcro Reinforced and the Japanese WOre Repulsed at All 1olnts and Dispersed A Russian Patrol Discovered Towang hau Pass Occupied By 200 Chinese Bandits Under the Command- of Japanese Officers St Petersburg Oct GTho war of flee has received the following die patch from hell Sakarohrr dated Oc tober 30 At dawn of October 1 a squadron of Japanese cavalry twlco attempted to break through the line of advance posts of Cossacks of the guard in tho district between Khuankhuandla and Kongtlapu Both attempts wero un successful Two sontlas of our cav airy reinforced tho advance posts apd the Japanese dispersed Towards noon tho some day one battalion of tho Japanese advance guard with two or threo squadrons of cavalry of tho Japanese advance guard with two or threo squadrons of cay airy renewed tho offensive movement against a regiment of Cossacks Tho firing lasted until nightfall Gen Mist chenko sent reinforcements to tho aid of tho Cossacks and towards evening the enemy was repulsed at all points tho whole lino retreating towards Sla llonkhetzy pursued by our cavalry Capt Tolstouklno commander of a sotnla ambushed ono of tho enemys patrols at Konschutzy Ono Japanese officer was killed In the positions abandoned by the Japanese oUr Cossacks found a num ber of cartridges and medical stores and also a few dead horses Wo bad two officers and two Cossacks wound ed Tho same day a Japanese force of one battalion and a half and a squadron of cavalry attacked in three divisions our outposts between the Hun river and tho railway Towards evening this movement was checked with the help of another company which reinforced the outpost Ono Cossack was killed and one wounded Ono Russian patrol dispersed two Japanese patrols In tho vicinity of Tchjanton on tho right bank of tho Hun river taking three Japanese pris onersAnother Russian petrol sent in an easterly direction discovered Tawang hau 1aas occupied by 00 Chinese ban dill commanded by Japanese officers During tho reconnaissance ono Cos sack was killed Toklo Oct The following official report has been Issued The Manchurian headquarters reports by telegraph that a body of scouts sent by our advance detach moot on October 2 consisting of a company of Infantry and a troop of cavalry attacked and routed a detach ment of the enemys cavalry strong occupying Paohslngtun 13 miles north of Llao Yang and nine miles west of the Mukden road While further reconnoitering In tho vicinity a force of Russian cavalry 230 strong attacked tho Japanese scouts After fighting for some time tho Japanese returned The enemys loss was about 30 We sustained no casualties Tho stato of affairs at tho front of our army remains unchanged BARTHOLDI DEAD The Famous Sculptor of Liberty En lightning the World Passes Away Paris Oct Frederick Augusto Bartholdl tho sculptor died at 8 oclock Tuesday morning His American works besides tho statue of Liberty Include tho figures of Washington and Lafayotto decorat ing tho Plato dos Etats Unls hero the Dartholdl fountain in tho botanical garden at Washington and tho bronze group of the Leisures of Ioaco in Now York Tho Temps of which Dartholdl was ono of tho directors says tho death of Bartholdl and Ueromo removes tho greatest of modern sculptors and roo hates how Uartboldls statue of Lib erty was tho Apotheosis of Frances rolo slnco tho revolution which led tho French government to otter tho statuo to tho sister republic as n pledge of fraternal devotion to Lib erty Chinese Fighting With the Japs London Oct According to tho Morning Posts correspondent at Muk den Chinese bandits organized Into regular troops aro fighting dally side by side with tho Japanese on their west flank south of Slmtntln The Report Discredited Toklo Oct IiThe navy department discredits tho report that the Russian cruisers Rossla Qrornobol and Boga tyr havo been repaired at Vladivostok and aro about to descend for another raid on tho Japanese coast Japa Preparing For the Defensive Berlin Oct GCol Gaedko tho Tagoblatts correspondent In tho far east telegraphs from Mukden that thd Japanese apparently aro no longer ad vancing but are preparing for defen sive operations May Not Race Again Now York Oct 6 Chauffeur a colt for which John A Drake paid 25000 Injured himself In an exorcise gallop at Morris Park and veterinarians say ho will never raco again Yellow Flats Heiress By HARRISON SMITH CnpvrigM by Illthanl U fOuttim The Interstate limited mil rumbled along for the last hour nnil n halt across brown level plnlim whose hope less homogeneity of luixlxciipo west only occasionally rclevtrlby clumps of de cuttolljwoollllhoaraely There was a gel ml UK of set brakes and the train slowed down und niiuo to n stop before a bare little eta tlon n derelict seemingly III this level rove rather unwillingly front Isis coinrnrtnble chair and pree led by tho obKiHpjiotis wrier lx rliig bin henry suit case stepped from the hint Ito on to the uneven lour platform of Yellow Flat station He looked ulxnit lilm mid his heart Kink The porter bexldu him weaned to him the representative of n rlvlllratlon lint would depart when the limited nulled out Ko Tanmd gave the porter n half dollar and stow watching the receding train with n feeling that ho told berth marooned There was one consolation however Ho could finish up the business which land brought him hither In a day or two nnd quit this desolation A week of thin flat notliliiKiiess be felt would drive him mud lie sought the station agent and Inquired of him the best way to roach TnpleyH ranch The agent balled n nondescript Individual nddrvNsed as Jock who was loafing on the Ixnclie and asked him what ho antlIllOld ulna Tapley at the 4X1 said Jock Sure Drop you there on my way to the Criwent lie led the way to a vehicle outside halt wagon half buckboard 11011 In he said hospit ablyJock clucked to his tram and they jolted over the brown plains behind u pair of piebald Minlen whose chief no cuniplhdimont seemed to Ho In whisk Ing their kills over the lines nnd run ning like mod Jock was not loqua SUCH A OIIIT AT YM1X1W FLAT FAIIUY TOOK AWAY Ills II1IEAT1I clone and Tnncrcd was In no mood to talk Frankly he wished the thing was over and that he was starting back east Ho fell to wondering what sort of n girl this niece of Tajdeys was like Probably she was old and more or less of a barbarian or perhaps she was the sort who would say Oh aint that lovely when he told her his lute Ill cut the lion Peter Chisholm had left her a fortune that had been the envy of many Kchctnlng women In the cycle of the unmarried Peters acquaintance Jock here beside him could probably enlighten him as to Miss Parsons but It was scarcely worth while She was some quite Impossible person no doubt Ho handed Jock a cigar anti put the whole thing from his mind It was gray twilight when they drove up to the ranch house at the 4X Tan mil alighted nnd was wArmly wel Coined by Tapley I dont care n snap of my fingers what business It Is that has brought you be said to Tnncrod Youre to stay Just as long ns you can stand It with us and n little longer If you have any charity for Isolated old chaps like myself he added hospitably A man In touch with things in tho east Is a godsend sir Supper will be ready shortly nnd meanwhile Gertrude shall give you some ten Pardon me a mo ment nnd Ill hunt her up Tile room they haul entered evidently eerteefas a library Hooks lined tho walls tempting chairs offered their comfort skin rugs covered tho polished floor It was quiet and In excellent taste TancredB misgivings about the laity were somewhat mitigated At that moment Tupley returned Mr Tancred ho saul permit me to present the lady whose business brought you here my niece Miss Par sons Tnncred bowed nnd murmured his greetings somewhat incoherently for surprise hUll tied hU tongue Had he- met liar on Hrondway he would have looked at her more than once but find ing n at Yellow Plat fairly IWont nail taSte of your rldo with sonic tea 2 she asked solicitously Tnncred nsqulemtMl heartily and sent ed himself near the dainty tea table where she was bnttylng herself Twentytwo he told himself men tally and the Uncut eyes In America In that half hour at the tIll table Tancred fell In love nnd having fallen In love the object of his coming here Intruded itself like a black cloud In the fair sky of hula happiness Thin girl was an heiress It was this he had como to tell her And Tancred albeit a sturdy young lawyer was by no means wealthy lie suddenly resolved to let the fortune remain III the back ground for u week at least Ite would be unreservedly happy for that time and then Snlllclent unto the day Is the evil thereof he told himself Cousin Peter couldnt have left me much said Miss Parsons No sold Tnncred carrying out his resolution Ill go over the papers carefully and In n weeks time I think I can tell you the exact amount A week went by two weeks n month Still the exact amount of Cousin Peters legacy was not vouch safed to Miss Parsons She seemed to have found a richer legacy In her ride with Tancred across the brown plains nnd tier talks with him before the li brary fire Uncle Tapley looked on with happy approval Theyre thoroughbreds fine pair he told hlniKelf often and with much satisfactionIt the end of the sixth week of his stay nt the 4X ranch that Tan cred after a night of sleepless agony resolved to terminate the pangs of con science which were beginning to trou isle him seriously They hind ridden that morning to a group of wells on the northern larder of the ranch The air wax crisp and clear and Miss Par sons with eyes sparkling and cheeks aglow from the ride was doubly charming Tancreils mind reverted to that afternoon when he had stood on the plat forum of the Yellow Flat station- I felt as if I were marooned he told himself hand I was marooned In paradisealie squared his shoulders anti turned to the girl Im going hack tomorrow he said with quiet force- 10nutrrovf The consternation In her voice set his heart thumping hut he went on calmly Yes tomorrow You anal I nre very far apart His voice had a note of sadnessAre we very tar apart she said looking away Three hundred thousand dollars he said II dont think understand you she said regarding him with wonder lag Peter is responsible he ob servedOh she gasped Was It all thatr Yew he said You understand of coursewhy I oT She was silent Her face was turned from him again Presently be caught the sound of a sob Miss Parsons Gertrude he cried and such are resolutions he put his arm about her IllIll give It away she said sobbing unrestrainedly on his shoulder And because of this brown bare Yel low Flat became time garden of Eden to Tancred nt least Three Poem Poems are of three kinds magazine poems tone bets and gowns Magazine poems have distinct raIsons detre There is always unconscious Idiocy seeking expression Besides the spurn between stories Is often too largo for n tail pier nnd too small for an Il lustration whereupon it Is a poem or nothing and nothing while It has Its points of superiority Is typographically Ineffective A tone poem is the Pierian spring escaping through n slide trombone with nay kind of a seat at In the opinion of sonic sober critics gowns are quite us dlthyramblc in form as they would be hind Walt Whit man been n milliner They follow no rule of construction further than that they look best on women who can least afford them Poem was originally n Greek word meaning merely n thing made A thing made to order Is a later slgnlfl cance Life A Substitute For Image Members of the Greek church of Russia where Images are forbidden have resorted to what an unfriendly critic has described as an Ingenious evasion of an ecclesiastical prohibi lion They do not carve a figure out of marble or shape It In bronze but they paint the face hands and perhaps the feet of n saint on wood and form the roles by means of metal work In relief The nimbus of the saint is not Infrequently enameled and In some cases the drapery Is studded with precious stones but bejeweled Icons of any real value are not as n rule to bo found in churches though some times images are covered with glass to protect them from the kisses of those who como to pray before them What an Old Mnn Kangaroo Mlle I What Is an old mUD kangaroo mulls The expression was used by the pre mien of Victoria In a recent speech rend one of tho reporters subsequently asked him what It meant Well you see he replied an ordinary English mllo Is 1750 yards an old man kanga tOO utile would bo about BOO yards ex rim The old turn kangaroo is tho big gent and most powerful of the mar supials and It can cover a mile very rapidly with tremendous Jumps A race between an old man kangaroo and a motor car would be worth seeing If it wcro possible to arrange and carryout such a contestLondon Chronicle GOOSEBERRY Originalm I dont believe that I will prove It to you sir Hess snapped the first speaker are there any gooseberries in the house Were to have gooseberry pie for dinner father Mother made one yes terday All right said the father You can prove it nt tho table It Is a well known fact that certain vegetables are poison to certain pro pie Prank Andrews had told Mr Dutton that he could not eat gooseber rice without producing a rash on his body Frank and llesslc Dutton were devoted to each other nnd her father who wished to dispose of her hand to suit himself was annoyed nt the situ ation During dinner he sat without speaking now mid again casting ills satisfied glances at bis daughter and her lover till the dessert was brought on Frank ate n large piece of gooseberry pie nnd In less than half nn hour n rash began to come out first on his arm then on his neck and face Singular said Mr Dutton thoughtfully I wouldnt have believed It 10m sorry sir replied the young man that I cant ns readily satisfy you as to the truth of all my state ments I wish I could prove Mr Crosby Cotton a humbug I would gladly suffer the discomfort of the rash to do soNow the man Mr Dutton had pick ed out for his daughter was this same Crosby Cotton who haul returned to the cast from tine far west with n for tuntj He was not n relined mini and Bessie Dutton detested him Her fay ther was not quite satisfied that Cot ton was as rich ns he pretended to be and this with llesslcs repugnance had delayed him In forcing the match Cotton In order to Inspire confidence gave n dinner to n number of his friends the Duttons being present also their especial friend Frank Andrews Mr and Mrs Duttou had always lived very plainly anti were people to be cosily Impressed with n little display When the dinner came off It appear ed to Mr Dutton that the hosts great wealth had been lavishly used to set n splendid table Frank Andrews who was more used to dinner parties no ticed that the chicken salad wns wade of veal and a fillet de sole was con cocted of n very ordinary fish called n flounder lint he nude no comments nor could he verywell do so to his friends the buttons because he was not placed beside them nt table It was evident that Mr Dutton was very ninth Impressed with the enter tainment The host sat at the head of the table his red face glowing On his right sat Mr Dutton on hIs left Mrs Dutton and next to her father sat Miss Dutton casting longing eyes nt Prank who was placed at the other end of the tnble but opposite With the soup was served a white wine which Andrews tasted and pronounced Call fornia then a red wine which ho sipped and pronounced also Califor nln then n sherry which he sipped and pronounced also California Nevertheless he held his peace Ho cast occasional glances at the other end of the table and saw that the host was rolling his wine under his tongue and smacking his lips at the same time expatiating on Its merits to Mr DuttonThis chablis he said I imported myself from Paris The claret I pro cured from the stock of a French con noisseur In wines who lived In Bar Beaux Fortunately I wns on hand when his wines were sold mid put 1000 In a hundred bottles The sher ry I bought In Lisbon But dont waste your tasto ou these Well have some champagne presently the celebrated Champagne Itosa which was made In 1S50 bought It right out of the eel lar where It had lain fifty years Frank Andrews was beginning to boll with Indignation It was perfectly plain to him thnt the man was playing on the Inexperience In such matters of his guest as well as his credulity nnd was succeeding to his hearts content for Mr Dutton was all smiles thinking how nice It would be to marry his daughter to this nabob nnd live on such meat and drink for time rest of his lifeFinally there was n popping of corks followed by n delicious gurgle and foaming champagne was In tho glasses The host held his glass by Its slender stern between his thumb and forefin ger lowed to Mr Dutton then to tho rest and the nectar was quaffed Frank Andrews tasted of tho wine and set his glass down with a frown In deed the effort to capture the father of Bessie Dutton by such cheap pleats together with certain admiring looks of the host to the young lady hind finally excited Andrews to the point of explosion Hut there was another rear son why he did not like the cham pagneMr Buttons cheeks were beginning to get rosy his tongue a trine thick while his lips were parted In a satis tied smile Mrs Dutton was com II II menting the host on time stimptuqus ness of his feast especially tho variety of bis wines Then when for a moment the ripple of chat lulled something happened Frank Andrews was ob served holding up his arm which he had bared to the elbow and displaying It to the assembled company Gooseberry ho cried There true enough was the rash of the gooseberry and time Dutton family knew that Instead of champagne they hUll been drinking gooseberry wine Flow the dinner ended was not re ported but Crosby Cotton did not mar ry Resale Dutton and Frank Andrews was the happy man who finally led her to the altar Cottons wealth turned out to bo lu air castles WIILAUO CLIFFORD HIVING SHOWING OFF CHILDREN II In Verr Apt to Breed Vnnltx foil sell COIIKIIOUIIIIPNN The writer considers showing off u childs accomplishments n very hazard ous timing to do We should nil of us soon become sorry prigs if we accustomed oursejven to exhibit our latest acquirement every time someone appeared who was not acquainted with them Tho temptation is almost too great ImppyJapamudwho a few months ago could hardly speak nt nil should tow be able to re peat thyme after rhyme of tile classic Mother Goose Is certainly a very won dorful thing amid it Is very hard fur the happy patents to realize that It In n miracle which haw liken place soon er or later with every sometime baby lu the land Hut If the little songs must be repeated tor company It slakes a great difference with what motive the child Is led to go through with them It you say to hint Wouldnt you like to tell this lady nl nut the poor little pussy cat who fell lulu the welly It may happen that we can get It out without having nay other feeling aroused than one ol friendly human sympathy but If you say Come and let this lady see bow weU you can say Tom Tom the Pi pers Son you give him a distinct and too easily learned lesson In vanity mud self consciousness St Louis Re public LINEN CUPBOARD IA llnndr Ilece of Furniture That Takes Vp Little Hooin Ever housewife feels it her duty to haven linen cupboard and where spnco is at n premium the spacious cup boards that were the delight of the grandmothers of the present genera tlons are out of the question a special ly constructed cabinet serves admir ably for a substitute Such a cupboard HANDY LINn CUIIIOAHI Is the one here shown fashioned of English walnut and cedar and die tinguished for its simplicity It U scarcely five feet in height the soft coloring of the unpolished walnut be ing so unobtrusive as to harmonize ex cellently with ordinary modern furnish tugs The trays of Lebanon cedar are so constructed that each draws out upon a ledge fixed to the inside of time cupboard doors For the mistress of n cottage or for the city apartment such n cupboard Is certain to prove u boon amid a Joy Brooklyn Eagle To Improve the Sklu One means of improving the skin is to prepare n mixture of fine oatmeal mud distilled water Make this the con sistency of thick cream and liUvIng dabbed It all over the face rub It till It rolls off in dry lakes Whatever bo the plan decided upon great care must be taken to remove all traces of the oat meal from the eyebrows and the roots of the hair where It is apt to cake anti remain In that unpleasant condition In the mnssago treatmpnt the oatmeal course comes after that of massage with cold cream anti before the final course consisting of a spray with a good astringent lotion which should he allowed to dry Into tho skin The lotion tones up the cuticle after the steaming and massage process ToIUt vinegar Is an excellent astringent and another Is composed of one pint of elder flower water halt an ounce of simple tincture of benzoin and ten drops of tincture of myrrh Stale Ilrenil If properly treated stale bread zany kept tor years always ready for In stant use says a writer In What to lint As the scraps of bread biscuit cake and crackers accumulate save them In n dust proof bag or any other receptacle that will keep them without attracting mold When enough is col lected to fill a baking pan of large size put them In it set in the oven and allow them to stay there till toasted crisp While yet warm put them lu n cloth bag or on time molding board and bent or roll until reduced to wheat grain size lut through the flour sieve find keep the met in a tin box or in whatever one uses for holding bread timbers and the grains In another The success of the process depends upon toasting the scraps sufllclontly without burning Fruitful Suggestion A good salad accompaniment to a heavy dinner is ono mddo of dates and oranges served on lettuce leuves The dates should be stoned anti sprinkled lightly with sugar and the oranges cut Into small pieces Pour over tills the Juice of an orange with a tablespoon of chopped parsley and a dash of red pepperIn land of oranges they invo a delightful way of serving the fruit It Is peeled down to the bottom as one would pare an apple leaving a sort of disk at tho end of tile peel Then a fork Is plunged through tho remaining skin to time depths of the tines The fruit Is eaten from time fork It is do llclous this way but of course ono needs n linger bowl after the proccsa Exchange The Citizen Ax IMDETCNDEXT FAMILY NtwsrAnni rnbllihed rrry Thursday at Ktn Ky M tJAMES M RACER Editor tad Publlibcr I CBScrtrrrios nATrsM- TADLI IK ADVANCE One year 1100 Biz month d- oTrea montbi 21- j Snd mob cost ome Money Order Ex per Money Check Draft ReUtr lAtter er oo and two enUtampw Tfc IM attar your name bows to what la your raSkcrlpUon li 11 II ti u uied wllntB tlilM reeks atttt Nlldlald totey notify M I abrtbn witling Tns 5mii itoptf notify ua at the xplratlcm of ml 5non all arrears 6th rwli ethall der that UUy wish It continued ne ofiany chanreMn your a40 Mae gtwsingbMh old amd new addrtuH Ylssing Number due to wrapper comln suppadKeD every rma Anyone tending ui four uw yearl bacrlptloni will retell Tilt CITILBM free IGI e year JIIPROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop econd Street pp RIchmond KvCourt llotue J Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida end California Fruits Early Vegetables I oJA rl Phone JOES No 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Jcee Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printingoffice BEBEA ET Open Every Day from 0 oclocl a m until 4 oclock pm Dont Llo Awake At night and scratch until you are crazy Paracamph relieves instantl itching and bleeding piles It wil wet you only 25 oenta and ever bottle is guaranteed to give you sails 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 Instrument repaired and tuned Drop mea card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Power For Good The pills that are potent in the action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Phllpot of Albany Ga says Dm fag a bilious attack I took one Smal aw it was it did me more good thai calomel blue mass or any other pill over took end at the same time th affect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLESand STATIONER Lunch counter- Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS lflaltoa Bldg Berea E- THONE No 73 Miller House Newly liLt rIoBoard and Lodging at populr prices Next door to Joea R G Engle Prop sh St Richmoud Kj Williams U better prepay eel than vnt to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REP RING promptly Clean specialtyIW A Williams Kla Stml Him IV WIIJ ilfr Jajr IJjas tIft art of Is in Jlntllr1i By KATHERINE POPE Author of Letters of a Hippy Poor Womin Etc rTl HE Jap is so much to the fore these days one hesitates to add to the already fulsome praise It would seem the pop ular belief that the Jap can do no wrong and when this point is reached we may be sure ere long the fickle public will be ready to topple over the pedestal and seek a new hero Let us hasten then before t is reached to acid I our mite to the tribute IJFor years we have been moire or less associated with Japanese and have observed with interest their manners and habits With interest and often with envy have observed them comparing certain features of their daily life to weI white mans ideas on the same matters In dress particularly we worlds apart and the Jap especially in summer has the best of us We grant that his costume does not meet all the requirements of pet feet dress does not quite attain to the utilitycomfsrt beauty ideal but hold that it does surpass our own in at least the two respects of ease and healthfulness As for us Americans and Europeans we wear gar ments of such superfluity and tightness it is a burden to put them on a burden to carry them about a weariness to take them off Every doniainto uiulerdrcss and overdress Not so the Jap He arises in tho morning to throw on a single delightfully loose delightfully cool gar ment secures a sash about his waist and behold he is dressed 1 Could the task possibly be reduced to simpler terms When he goes upon the street he merely puts his foot into a san dal waiting outside the door and starts forthhis head unburdened with stiff hard derby with hot woolly Fedora with silk monstrosity or if it be Mrs Jap her head free of pulling pricking hatpins no oppressive furbelows binding her brow Surely in the coolness am looseness the costume is a very appropriate one for summer demands much superior to our own To the Jap our costume must seem a veritable imprisoning case not a protection so much as a discipline a punishment We do pen ante in our clothes the Jap takes enjoyment in his He is not bothered by them they express suitability from the lightweight paraso above his hatless head to the straw sandals on his unstockinged feet No wonder he finds it such an easy matter to take a couple of baths j day that he bathes so much oftener than the average clothes cncum bered white man To be sure the scant skirt of the kimona impedes in walking does not allow of our swinging step and long stride but taken as a whole the kimona is a garment Jf f to be admired to be copiedaA4te r97aTh- ere arc two impor- oJ1ttt 1Jr 1ltwant them By REV WILLIAM P MERRiLLyou get them 1Vt Prcibyterlin Pittor of ChleoIwas being exhort td to seek something great Aim high if you shoot low Hitch you wagon to a star arc samples of the proverbs urged upon us from our boyhood Our very atmosphere in this land tends to foster ambition desire to do and get something great It is well that it does Next to selfishness laziness is probably the most universal vice Yet there is a danger in pushing too far this ten dnccy to seek something great There arc two questions we should always keep in mind in seeking any good thing They arc Why do you want it And how do you seek it The worth of any possession is largely determined by our answers to them A man once asked for the finest and freest gift in the world the gift of the Holy Spirit And the apostle answered Thy money perish with thee Why was such a reqtrdst rejected with such scorn Look ing into the story in the eighth chapter of Acts we see that it was because of why he wanted it and how he tried to get it His purpose and method were unworthy He wanted it for selfish ends he sought it in a law way There arc many applications of this principle Obviously it applies to the pursuit of wealth Money business successis good A mat ought to seek it But let him renftmbcr that the value of it will be large ly determined by those two questions Why docs he want it And how does he get it Among the wealthy men and women in this country arc some unhappy and mean specimens For all their wealth we would not be like them It is just because of their motive There arc fortunes in this country smirched and stained till they at a shame not an honor by the answer to the queston How do they gel themSo it is with knowledge and power The greatest contrast in his- Tory is that between the hero of France and the hero of America Both sought power and influence Washington wanted to be made cam mandcrinchief and came to the session of congress in uniform as an intimation that he expected the appointment Napoleon also wanted position and influence See what came to the two men from that search Sec what is made of their respective nations Jesus sought power and influence that he might serve and save men Ind he refused to worship the evil one as the price of success Which will you follow The world seeks with ilnomt r1t Irjttaitjrew ritachfnery for modern soon things tlis BRUNERcounts the engine of 20 By REV FRANK C miles an hour The old way of doing things is discontinued In religion we have had a great deal of back number Icmonstration Thc worldward swing has been multitudinous Such was the condition in the era of Enoch Wickedness waxed great in the hunch The theology maker was only an emasculated Christian Amid he adverse religious environment was one uptodate Christian Enoch walked with God This was one candle not burning dimly beneath a bushel It has shot its rays athwart the centuries The name of this religious lightshiner is significant Old Hebrew names arc full of meaning Enoch meant devotion In other words consecration He was Gods hero in the march The completeness of his life was well stored in the divine nature Ills thoughts were in the world but not of the world All things with a practical side were Ills He did business for the Lord with splendid effect never considering what his neighbor would think thinking oily u to whether it would please God J THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Serlei for October 0 1004the Widows Oil Increased Prepared by the highway and Byway Preacher Copyright 1IM by J M Kdion LESSON TEXT It Kino 41T Memory verse 1 1 1 Now there cried a certain woman ot the wlvti of the lori of the prophet unto Rlliha inylcc Thy servant my husband li dead and thou knout that thy rant did fear the Lord and the creditor li corn to take woo him my two aoni to b bondmen i And RlUha acid unto her What hall I do for thee Tell me what hai thou In the houT Aid ihonald Thjns tiandraald bath not anything Iii the house save a poof oil I Then he said 00 borrow thee was Ifll abroad of all thy neighbor even empty vm li borrow not a few 4 And when thou art come tn thou halt shut the door upon Ibet and upon thy cone and ihalt pour out Into all those rpsle and thou nhalt let aide that which la full 5 So the went from him and hut the door upon her and upon her son who brought the vessels to her and she poured out I And It came to PIUS when the veitela were full that ihe said unto hereon Brine me yet a vessel And he fMJ unto her There la not a vesstl more And the oil stayed 7 Then she cam ard told thmanofOod And he enid Qo sell the oil and pay thy debt and live thou and thy children of the rest QOCDEX TKXTTrust In the Lord and do good no shalt thou dwell In the land and verily thou ball he tcdP 171 TIME Uncertain but within a short time after tail I on- lLAttlnctrtaln but perhaps one of the places where was a school of the prophet either Ollic l Bethel or Jertcbo Human Need and Divine Resources The Widow and Her Need tV 1 What we know of the widow I She was a Godly woman I Tim 6G Hives is a picture of the Godly widow God holds such In special regard I Tim 53 And one test of true religion Is ministering to such In their need Ju 127 2 Was known to Ellshn The faithful GodfearlnR lives of both her husband and herself proved excellent capital on which to do business Godll teen does pay 1 Tim 48 3 Wu In the clutches of the oppresilve credi tor Affliction and misfortune are not always a sign of tin or folly John 913 4 Had two tons who In ac cordance with the custom of those days sere to be takes to satisfy the debt Lev 2539 Matt 182C 5 Her need was urgent The creditor Is Some The day of trouble Is the day to pray PialmSOrlS The Prophet and His Help V 1 24 Two questions were asked by the pro jhet What shall I do for thee What halt thou In the house 1 God always wants us to tell Him our desire To tell God what we want clarifies our vision and strengthens our faith 2 Hod always uses what we have be It iver so little as the medium of blessing Strange Instructions 1 Borrow empty weasels 2 Shut herself and her cons In the house 3 Pour out her little pot of oil and perhaps waste It Surely here was a test of faith If the widow bad been like most people seek ing help she would hav bad her own Ideas as to methods 1 May not the borrowing of empty vwsals suggest the need of greater capacity We need tobe enlarged for more of Gods fullness 2 May not the shut door and the recluslon teach us the need of getting alone wjth Clod where Ills blessing may descend upon tics 3 And may not the pour- Ing out of the oil and Its miraculous In crease typify the multiplying of spiritual Kith and power as we pour out our hearts and our lives In behalf of needy route all about us The Obedience and Its Ru ard Vt r7 Unwavering faith and Implicit obedience mark the conduct of thn widow The empty vessels were bor rowed In the face probably of curious looks and prying questions aud sneers of ridicule The door was dosed shut lug herself and her sons away from all ithcr earthly help and every moment the knock of the creditor was expected And what faith I Only the little pot of ill In hand and the empty vistels on every hand How seemingly Impossible to nil them Out the pot of oil and the empty dishes was not all the widow had the had the word of the prophet An 3 we have the word of God on which to wend Let us lay hold of It an the widow lid of the prophet word which was really the word of God spoken through His servant That little pot of oil never eased Its outpouring stream of oil until very vessel was tilled fo the brim That Is the way God gives of His riches In Christ Jesus Begin to pour out your self In Chrlstly ministry to others and chile there U an empty vessel about you to nIl a need soul to help the flow will not cease But what Is the to do with the ollT The prophet did not tell her She must KO back and tell him of what had come to pass and ask him for further direction Without question she has obeyed his Instructions She has gone ali far as ibe can Now for the next step Here li a lemon for every Christian True faith doe not ask to see all the way True telth goes straight ahead as far as the nstrwctlons will carry and then In time to go to God for the next step The oil sold the creditors paid the future provided for was the reward of obedient faith and faithful obedience How God ilways hears the cry of Ills children and bow certainly will He bon or fclth and obedience The Psalmists declaration 10 Ps 3725 finds illustration in this lemon The Quiet sour Men seldom seek to dissect a religion intil It Is dead Seeds of sin must be judged by their heaves of sorrow IU need of salvation It the secret of tbe worlds sadness The really busy man always baa pore time than the man wbo only thinks bail bUllYIt U not wise to put all your energies Jnto working for old rebels to the neg lect of new recruits One Father of all must mean one fan Ur for llvnamf Horn A LIFE TRAGEDY p Money Friends Clubs Wife and Chll dren Dropped Away But the Bottle Remained This Is a true story renders Tho writer first Knew tho man In London lie warsuecessflilowned a bank had a tine IIOUKO In the city and another in the country hud horses and carriages and a promising family lie belonged to some of those clubs In which membership means cheap and desired distinction Ho had AMBITION Ills frlen U predicts dthat his succcts and afflu ence would grow and his ambition be realized as the years went by Among his other possessions this man had out to which ho attached then but slight Importance That was a bottle which WAS passed to tint quite often by n pilemn butler who always brought with it a smaller but tie containing soda water The curious part of the story Is that this man gradually lost all of the Im portant things all of those which ho originally valued very highly slut that ho never lust that one small ttnlm jvorlnnt bit of property tho plain black bottle of which In the beginning he thought so little Tho man was teen again the other day toward dusk on the sidewalk of a western city It was difficult to recognize him and ho was evidently cur priced that anyone should mosnliu him and take the trouble to check him in his fihudllng march Ills clothes were dirty and actually ragged The brim of his hat was turn Jill face was bloated his look uncr I UIT TIn UHTTIK STtvfDliTlt HIM lain Ills diffident timid mile with all the old wlfrellanco gone was very pathetic i The man told his story and lit he told It In a restaurant after bnlnit asked to eat and drink he whispered to the waiter A little whisky please And the waiter brought hint that same dark bottle that had bern brought him so often In thu daya of hula prosperity The story that he told was his story but It was not TILL story The real story was very simple you who read thin can guess quite easily its main features says the New York American It Is a story that you can read In the faces of men In every barroom prison or poorhouse In the fares of men that commit suicide of those that commit murder of others that shuttle along as this man shuttled poor heartbroken failures The man had gradually lust hula mental keenness and capacity fur bunt ness Others got his banking business away from him nUT TUB BOTTLK STAYED WITtI HIM lie gradually came to rely more and more upon It and to value its tom panionship us his force 6f character diminishes His friends left him and he had to liave his clubs nUT TUB BOTTLK STILL STUCK TO HIM Thoiltie that It claimed he paid faithfully It Wall thcro at his elbow when his other friends had dls npp ireiL He lost Lila house In the till and his bouto In the country but that bottle which represented now hh chief pos session was still with him His wife nnd his children hud to go tothoFO who could take care of them But they did not take the bottle away with them The wife had tried only too often to take away that bottle but she had to leave It She could take away the children the law allowed her to ilo that The sheriff could takeaway his horses andbls carriages the law allowed that Tho governing committees could put him out of the clubs and friends could take away his reputation and remaining chances of employment with a shake of tho head BUT NO POWEU ON KAUTH AND NO LAW COULD TAKE AWAY TilE BOTTLE that stuck to him and he stuck to It The man who had traveled with his bottle from success and fortune to ragged clothes and pathetic despair ate his dinner and drank his whisky and with the drunkards pitiful decep tion said- I dont look like much do IT I am afraid I haVo been drinking pretty hard since luck went against me It Is not many of my old friends that peak to me when they see me now Even then the poor man could not seo that It was whisky which lead turned fortune against himnot ill luck that had turned him to whisky Whisky conquers men by deceiving them by encouraging them to think that their drunkenness Is someone clueii fault Years before this man bad deceived himself when told by an anxious wife and friends that he must give up that- bottle or give up everything sue 1tlllebullet that the iKttle which caused I misery had rime really us n friend MI the end as n unlace in lilt uilHfortunv How great a benefit It would be II every young man In this country cuuid have soon YEA US ago amt ONE WEEK thatago la told about htreIIt Is hard bur us to learn through tho experience of misers but no luau could fall to be Impressed by thin ex ampleTho man once had everything thut he wanted and tutu thing that ho did put want or need tho wbliUy buttle lied he liven up that oho unneces vary tiling he might have kept all tilt others and the remaining yearn of hits life might have been happy and tilt fulBut with the owcr of selfdecep ion whirl that very bottlo supplied to him ho dune to It to the end of his good fortune and bo will tiling to It to the end of his life unless a miracle of solfcontrol should save him In more MlUhness and tho dtlllrtIfor wealth success and wasft there are Ig be retail Kiwurful temperance ar gument Young men muni make their minds In title day of UIIand of organized exacting IItru that a man whit would go to the lap must not try to cary that bottle wl h hIm But for the HI1AL man the young man worthy the opportunities of mod ern life tho argument against whisky should be ba4tl not on stilllhnt but on a noble ditclra to bo a useful and worthy hummi bring Whisky takes away your money your houses your friend your pros peels of getting those things Rut it dUll worse that that It takes away your manhood ami your courage It takes away your right to look other men In the eye aid your power to use the strength that nature has given to you Whisky destroys the will and sup I plies the lying arguments with which Its victims deceive themselves U I arouses the lowest instincts of tier and of dla patlon and chokes fr lt i tblntIf whisky rontroln you you cannot be a MAN lxvi It alotir I CANDIES CONTAIN ALCOHOL Confectionery Hand Book npclJ Shows Use of Spirits in Compo sition of Different Sweets It Is quite ray to absorb an apprecia ble amount of atrohol by mratm of the apparently Innocent chocolate bean and the tempting fondant Llq mrb Hiii and liqueur fondants are on sale at an the better class confectioner Iu Lon donIn the question which was addrrn l to the chancellor of tin rxehixjurr It w a assumed that the practice of making sweets containing a large penvmtapr of proof spirit was cuuduM to German and other continental manufacturer In quiries made recently went to prove that the practice Is almost universal niiiin Engllnh manufacturing confrctlunVm The trade has never made any siwrrt of the composition of these confrrtlon In a popular confectionery hand blft the following recipe Is given for tilt maklngof superfine liqueur bunions and fondants Take thre parts of sugar and one part of uptrUs such lit lirand mm cognac gin or whisky Ill arid ed that the liqueur should always mixed with 10 pr cent of dUsolMl white gum In some sweets the spirit remains mixed with aitgar In others by apecnl I tar method of manufacture the spirit remains in the center In a liquid torn As a rule children do not buy throe liqueur sweets as they are expensive FACTS AND COMMENT Rfupcftaft and besots =BUman V The greatest enemy that labor has r tho saloon American Issue One vision of Its work would turn wine Into wormwood Ham Horn No man chooses to live with a saloon on one side of him and the Saviour on the other Hams Horn When the profewsed Chriiitlans wink at an evil the ungodly will close both eyes and let the work go on and the devil will call both classes good fel lows The Chesapeake k Ohio railway In to be added to those hat do not per nit an employe to visit a saloon on or off duty Butlnevs require so briety Mrs Margaret Sherman of Menom- Inee Mich has brought suit for = 15000 damages against Joseph SchoU nsloor lat and his bondsmen Ferdinand C No wack and Joseph le rdlltz for selling liquor to her husband alter being warnei oot to do PO Guilty What a terrible arralgnrof against cigarettes Is found in the following ar- ertlon made by Chief of Police Clean of Rochester Ninety per cent of the young criminals we have to deal with tallow the same rued that leads Inevi tably to crime and prison The path opens with Idleneiu ends behind prison bars The sign posts along thIs road are cigarettes dime novels poolrooms gambling and drink This road brings them to burglary breaking open slot machines petty thievery and numerous other kinds of crime of a petty As the youth matures murder may befthe end All Saloona Are Subway All saloons are subway all lead down to death and It does not matter In the least whether they are opened with prayer and closed with tho Doxology the results areJust the tame American luut LbIAynu t 0a iJG r IFLAT CEILING THE THING How to Build a Chicken House That Is Cool In Summer and Warm In Winter There has been a good deal said about Low Utlcken bouse ought to be built Just allow me1 to give our readers a few useful points regarding natural beat during cold winter mouths A chicken house ought to have a flat celling cull rr tar papered or plastered the walls too My reason for having a flat cell IIOUSU WITH KIAT CKIL1KQ fag Is to that the natural warmth will be evenly distributed Put up all the roosts that you live room for close to the celling as chickens like to be well upRlvlnK plenty of head room Win dows should only bq halfway up the rlde of the building as the glass Is bard tohtat Dont glue too much ventila tion two small holes up through the filllnc will be enough In the told nights Henry Matthew In Epltomlst THE MOLTING OF POULTRY fOCUa Waa Hastened Successfully by the Experts at Rhode Island Experiment Station An Interesting dlscutilon Is now go ing on among poultry ratters as to the possibility of battening the molt i lag of fowls It has not been believed that any method except a steady feed of wellbalanced redone would do howIecrhasten the desired period as the egg laying period of the summer Is some times extended by the high feeding thus pushing the period of molt log Some one conceived the Idea of starving the fowls long enough to atop the production of eggs and after- WardI so feeding that the formation of new feathers would li begun It t was reported that great results were obtained with this method It dOM not appeal to reason very much taut the iMtle experimenting that has been done to discover what there Is In It baa given results favorable to the method At the Rhode Island experiment station last year fowls that wun laying were deprived of feed on the Lth of August and were made to fat for 13 days The hens finally topped laying eggs on the seventh day of the fast After the thirteenth day of the deprivation of food the fowls were again given food a little at a time but of highly nitrogenous nature In u short time the result was seen In the formation of new feathers and with in 30 days from that time the molting was concluded and the hens began to lay This experiment was made with Ilhode Island Reds Whether the re suits can be obtained always Is yet to Im proved It Is a matter Well worth looking Into THE SEASON FOR CULLING Now 1m the Tim tor Sending Every Old and Superfluous Bird to the Market The staton Is at hand when all loafers In the poultry yard should be culled out lad sold Old hens unlikely pul MB and superfluous roosters young and old should be placed In fattening quarters and fed for the market It gays either the fancy poultry breeder or common market poultrymen to winter prime birds only There is no room to spare for nonpaying fowls Iand quite an amount to lot by keep the culls that are found In the best us well an the poorest flocks Ftul blooded wintry la always In de mitoU ani thore who would sell at fancy pas must be very careful to closely cull down to the best specimens of varieties according to etandard re quIYette tk Tile breeder makes a JIIllt lIe In keeping tiny fowls that re underfilled or lacking In gout nat ural Vitality though they come from a highprlrld strain The best Is none too good for breeding purposes in the rodttcJon of market poultry just the same aa In the direction of the showroom Culling severely now and keep leg oily the beat the way to get buclntra chicks next spring strong enough oltet out of the shell and trove and thrive In spite of the rlcie- ailudee they may encounter during growth It is a good plan to dispose of hens that are late In molting unless they are of extra value Such hens wont Uy eggs enough In winter to pay tbelr board Spring chickens are a fair price on the market the Utter part of Septem oer and the whose flock will be In bet ter condition If they are lojd closely with the other surplus fowls at this season Then in November before the first cold snap conies lo cause them to lose flesh we fatten and dispose of the reel of the cull to give the laying hens plenty of room Crowding the poultry house rjuir i disease anddls cmfort and It Is the healthy happy bena that lay the highpriced winter gam Fana Jtf y ooA jo Ohio Farmer EDUCATING YOUNG HORSES Proper Rearing and Training of Colts Xs a Task Requiring Skill and Experience Tbo horse always has been recog nized is mans closest animal compan ton and It Is a qUCAtlon as to whether the moan ever lived who did not delight In driving or riding a good horse This subject Is of particular interest to every man who raises or handles horses An old saying is that eggs and colts are much alike for they must be broken before they can be used The proper breaking of a colt says John Buckler who has charge of the live stock at the Iowa experiment sta ion determines In largo part the fu ture usefulness of the horse and no man who has dealt In horses and experienced difficulties In their management will deny that there Is much room for Im provement In that line Every day brings fresh Illustrations of improper breaking Less than a week ago a man drove down to the experiment station barn driving a horse that bad been bandied for more than two years that had not been taught to back This U only one of many similar cases Besides the losses resulting from Im proper breaking thousands of dollars are lost to the farmers every year by selling horses that have not been prop erly fitted for sale In breaking the first thing to be cont fldcred Is the nature of the horse The UllctlIence In the draft temperament and those more highly bred such as trotting and coach horses the former requiring thlllitheAfter studying closely tee disposition of the cult the next step IB to halter and In this as well as all other periods of the breaking the person In chargIshould exercise patience should be gotten Into some shed or box stall preferably one with a floor so there wilt be no danger roundI ping Now with halter to ahlth It attached 15 feet of rope gently workaround the colt caressing him as much at pomlble to as to win his confidence and when he sees you am not going to hurt him you can usually put the halter prellum1InKon the halter lake the loose fOnd of the rope and pass It through a hole in the manger or around a post back between the foro legs around the girth and tie The colt Is now tied by both head and IIIoutno danger of Injury as Is sometimes the AjlOongluehimfriend It Is well to leave him tied for maybeLeading ts a very Important part A horse well lroken to lead Is more attractive eider to handle and will rom mind a higher price In the market thinIone that Is not In training to ways tear h the colt to walk beside you Ionlblhlnddone by taking a whip In the left hand touching him up a little from behind After being well trained to walk benldt you encourage him to trot GOOD BARN VENTILATION How to KeepsOutAdmits the Air otherfarmheated term from lack of proper ventilation The cut shows a good plan for keeping out the sun Glass may be covered with whitewash lo which II added salt and a lit tIe linseed 011or flour paite This makes the glass opaque To arrange this plan of ventilation the window is hung on hinges at upper edge Side pieces set at an an gle are attached to either side of frame as shown In cut This side piece also keeps out much sunlight that otherwise would come In at the sides of the window The window Is raised or lowered and adjustment secured with pins In the holes an shownN K Homestead Fotntots aa Feed for flogs 1otatouM are quite largely fed to hogs but It la found advisable to boll them In the New England states they are fed extensively being boiled in milk and mixed with meal In a barrel Frequently several bushels are boiled at a time and when mixed with corn meal wake an appetizing mesa The oaly fault to be found with this combination is that it is badly out of bal ance The potatoes are rich In starch anti so Is the corn To such of our readers u are Btlll following the old practice We would advise tbe substitu tion of bran or of ground oats for the cornmeal This would make a fairly wellbalanced ration The Canadians say that potatoes have a good effect on the quality of bacon produced There Is probably no better use to which small potatoes may be put than tb- lat ItuIs Republic Farm Management That Wtna Industry Is not the only thug re quired pa the farm It it were a great many men that fall would sue cd Keeping eternally at a thing does not bring success In spite of the trite saying that It does In Ulllsent management la also required and this kind of management often re quires a good deal of information Ja soaral directions THE WORMS TURNED BY PHIL HEMYNG II By Jove Jack exclaimed my friend Pllisop as I met him In Weibourne drove whata the matter You do lookj chippyIve had an awful row with my wife t explained alltlDIiEIOpalways makes one feel Inclined to kick him Mycs I replied contemplatively You should put your foot down JO continued Just so And let her understand that youre the boss of the show Why dont you practice what you preach I Inquired somewhat sat agelyOh well be replied a little confused you see Julia is a very peculiar woman and ererSo is Margaret I remarked ten derly stroking a large bump on the back of my head ai I spoke Of course It alp arose through that bit of supper we had with Daddies and that awfully jolly girl when your missis and mine came and caught ut In the act I suppose youve heard of It too have you I should think I have answered Bllisop again caressing that ominous looking scratch on his face Well Margaret said that I ought to be ashamed of myself wasting my money In riotous debauchery Instead of buying her things that she was In actur al need of Of courte I answered her and stood up for myself and then she flew Into a passion and began to chuck things about until cups and saucers were fly about the room like snowballs linG She caught me once or twice and I the bump sympathetically but I managed to dodge most of It and then when the had broken up all there was to break she began to cry However to cut a long story short we compromised after a time and I am now on my way to get her half a dozen pair of gloves as a peace offering You got off better than I did ob served Ullsfcop lugubriously Julia jawed at me for over an hour then she went wild and clawed me down the face and finally bounced out of the house to- go and fetch her mother to talk to me Poor old manllIaldln tones of sincerest pity for I was acquainted with Mrs UIIisops mother And now old man my motto today is A short life and a merry one re marked my friend yiow does that apply Why lets throw careand mothers Inlawto the dogs and run over to Earls Court and have a look at the Ital Ian exhibition Hut the gloves ibea walling forI them- Oh you can send them home by messenger boy Buck up and say yes like a than All right I agreed Lets go am buy those gloves and then well be off and have a good time all to ourselves IU the way I observed as we were Into the glove department promised that MonUnorenel girl that wn had supper with some gloves The deuce you did Yea when she anyhow I must keep my promise and so I ordered two par eels one lot ne and threequarters ani the other half dozen six and a half Then I penciled on the back of my card A souvenir of a pleasant evening and put It on top of the gloves before they were packed up Having paid for them I picked up the two packages and ve made tracks for the nearest boy messen get office where I addressed them and sent them off From there we process JasV to Earls Court and had not been en minutes In the gardens before we met the two sweet eatwell there They graciously permitted us to stand them chocolate creams and then we sat down with them to listen to the musicAll at once a thought seared across my brain like a flash of mental lightning Hy Heavens I exclaimed wildly Ive done It Done what asked DllsKop Put my foot lu It fairly this lime I continued What do you mean Speak out cant you Im no good at conundrums Why Ive sent the wrong parcel of gloves home do 0111 Its a fact I remember now quite distinctly changing them from one hand to the other- You must tell the misses you made a mistake and offer to change them Out the card Inside with themessage In It 01111onemight be out when the gloves arrive and If you hurry up and skate off you may he In time to change them before she comes back Come with me old man I pleaded Iri case shes at home and walking for me All right agreed Bllssop goodna turgidly and so we said goodby to our friends and jumping into a hansom were soon bowling off home Is your mistress In I Inquired and I felt like the prisoner welting for the verdict of the jury Yes sir murmured the girl and my heart came up Into my mouth Yes here I am said the wife com ing out Into the pusage and youre a dear good fellow to get me such a lot of nice gloves Are they theererright size dear I asked nervously Oh yes they At me beautifully was the reply to I suppose I did not really change the jparcclt after allAU1 JJpjer Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and flu FINE invite you to drive profitlook as well aa tke rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the v appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Bar nose from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices Howsver if you decide to make your old bar nose do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv y Skin Diseases Eczema Totter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relievedand juickly cured by the free use of Para camph It kills the germs stops tho stinging itching Makes the skin Wealthy and smooth S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor hatb I aa forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at groaJy reduced prices Hero 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 College coming therefore offer open to white Berea College Founded 1855 1 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest Collage Library in Kentucky NO Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young met and young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teacher Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and tat lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degreeseMusic Choral Reed Vocal Piano We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term til 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed Baptists Christians Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND IRIENDLT ADVICE secsETAr WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills NfId8IIIdA Manufacturers Fancy Roller FlourI Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Flour NIIlM14 Potts Duerson Station Kf Ialto K0dolDYSPEPSIA CUPE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tu SIOO tcttl 24 ttmulbe trial itu which pitfor 50 ecou riirADID Till LAIOIATOT E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 16 FREE ScholarshipsC THE CITIZEN will pay the tuition iu Berea College for two terms of oue young ronn and one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison Oweley Pulnski and Rockcnstle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who take Tnt CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December let This houldbe filled out with Ike names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you witli scholarships to be given These ballots when received at Tnc CITIZEN office count one each for the young man and young woman whose names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to Tai CJTIZEN will receive a blank entitling them to oue hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months CO votes for each 3 months 2i votes for each The young man and young woman iu each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for twp terms In Berea College which will save each one from 300 to 1400 in cash The only expense to which they will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be cheaper in Berea than at any other J7 fcas8 fchool in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger better than ever the coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere iwill pay you to consider offer Fill out the ballot below and mall to THE CITIZEN Get your friends tente for you Your chance is just as good as anybody START NOW I e Cut this out fill In with names of our favorites and mall to THE CITIZEN BpREA KY Take Notice On account of the recent actionof the Kentucky Leg Mature Berea can receive no colored students the year this is only contestants SALOONS free Organ Theory by Disciples ADDRESSTITE Excellent contilnt had and this t I vote for Mr I of postoificecountyas the most popular young man and foi Miss ofe poato ice eounty u the most popular young woman I THE CITIZEN I IIt 1111 I H I HH mini I I II I 111 +1H1111rI 1III1t I I IBerea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 3 IfIi1f1SIi 1IMttII1it I Marfllial Tntutn is improving slow iy- Mr Fay Hanson was in town Tuesday Clarence Harden is reported as betterjpopular liveryman us Tuesday Mrs Frost has been ill ever sinco her return from Camp Nelson but is now bettor Mr Win Dillon once called the lumber king of the mountains carne up from London Tuesday George Reynolds made n business trip Monday and Tuesday to Carr tereville Taint Lickamt Flat BottomMr Mark Peckham assistant principal of the Kirksville School vaunt over Friday night returning Sunday for a visit with B E Cartmell The Sundayschool the colored schoolhouse led by Mr Royston assisted by Mrs Frost Miss Pearl Baker and others has doubled its numbers and interest of late Wednesday the Berea Bunking Co were replacing their ollico furniture with larger equipment The old was taken to McKee to bo installed in the Jackson County Bank of that place which is a branch of the Berea Banking Co Mr and Mrs A W Golden of Whitewater Kan cause Monday night for several weeks visit with Berea friends and relatives Mrs Margaret West Golden was student here before the war They moved from here in March 1880 mum since thou only Mr Golden had been back onceDr V H Hobson of Richmond was in the city yesterday trying toI enlist local capitalists in a stock company to develop the newlydis covered Madison county oil fields Oil has been struck in paying quanities in a well bored recently in Madison county eight miles from Richmond Louisville Jlerahl Harry Coddington mother and sister came Friday night in response to telegrams concerning the serious condition of Bert Coddington They were pleasantly surprised to find him much better At the time of going to press recovery seems cer e tain Harry Coddington returned Monday to Roanoke Va whore he S has a position with the Norfolk and Western railroad Mrs Eliza Foster living at Whites Station was accidentally shot and killed by her nephew Jack Twigg of the same place a week ago yes terday Mrs Poster went out into the ar about eleven oclock at night and while advancing toward the houso was mistaken for an intruder Although Twigg called to her to baIt she seemed not to understand him and he raised his gun and fired kill jug her instantly Rev A E Thomson Rob M IC Pasco and Airs Pasco were in W51 liamsburg last week at the Congre gational State Association The at tendance was small but the interest was up to high water mark Mr Pasco preached the opening sermon on Thursday night after which Rev W A Duncan Boston spoke one Sundayschool work and Christian fathers mid mothers Reports from churches showed onla few gains and growth as in WHliamsburg Cor bin and Berea Rev Mr Thomson introduced a very important set of resolutions which must lead to a great advance if accepted by the American Missionary Association They call for a State Committee to have the oversight of the pastorless churches and to fill Vacancies This is a very aggressive and cful move mentATho Committee elected were Rev A E Thomson Rev M K Pasco and Hon R D Hill of Louis tulle formerly of Williamsburg who is ser iflg his second term as U S District Attorney The Association will merit next year with the Congre gational church of Berea i Virginia Dox Speaks In Tabernacle The Sunday night chapel service is attended by a large audience of citizens as well as students and is privitk ago f Frost gave the sermon on anchors printed in TilE CITIZEV This week MissVirginia Dox of Hartford Conn spoke most impressively on her ox periences among over twenty tribes of American Indians It certainly trade us loro all our fellowmen more to know about these red children of the forest their childlike disposition their courage in adversity and their possibilities for good When in the lInployor the Government Miss Dox discovered and saved front starvation ono tribe before unknown Sho was acquainted with the pious H IHIIHIHIMMlll11M queen Caroline Mt Pleasant of the Six Nations Miss Dox was adopted into this tribe with the name of Bright Light Among tho Osngw she is called Clear Daynuuoug the Dela wares Eyes that never grow Dim among the Cherokees Hnppj Heart and among the Penobscotf Northern Light For Sale Horso Harness Saddle tumid new Weber Waggon also pieces of house hold furniture Calf on P S DEn nom Centre street 1013 HHIIIH IIIIIHIIIHI College Items HERE AND THERE HHH1H L E Welles is teaching at Perry N YGeo Roberts came last week for a short visit Miss Myrtle Titus is teaching at Kensee Ky Rev W C Kelly has bans up pointed pastor of n church nt Page NebMiss Louise Gilbert of London Ky entered schoolat Knoxville Col legs this week Mrs Helen Putmau Beggs and son Thomas returned Tuesday to their home in Illinois Misses Frances M Berryand Madge B Sutton left Sept 22nd for a visit to the Worlds Fair Mrs Ada Adams Brown former student of Berea is now visiting friends and relatives in London Ky The foothall game with George town will occur next Monday after noon A lively gnaw is promised J K Caldwell arrived Saturday noon to be in school this year He will help us out very much in hand and football John C Stratton is attending school in Cleveland 0nUll his address for some time to came will be 508 Prospect St Mr John Coins of London is now in St Louis attending true Fair Mr Coins is teaching in the town school at London Frank Livengood who has made ninny friends here during his sojourn with us several years has gone to Atlanta Ga where he expects to secure work We understand his intentions in the next few years are to familiarize himself with all parts of pur country and the languages with a veiw of entering till U S Consular service Rev W D Smith tins been as signed to Brunswick Nebr a new town on a new railroad in the north ern part of tho state with might prospects for tho future Mr Snjith while lucre proved to lie an honest and faithful worker in his Maulers cause and he leaves Wood River with the goodwill and best wishes of the pxople15oal River Neb Intercut Mountain Daywais as usual heartily enjoyed Several wagon load of jolly students u walking party of 14 members and others on horseback and in private rigs reached the middle fork of Pigg Hollow about 10 oclock Dinner was served at ono of the springs included in the waterworks system Many undo short trips to the Rock House and to inspect the waterworks reservoir in process of construction By 230r M the return trip was begun On a Murder Charge Newport Ky Oct C Thomas Ad nmson wanted here on the charge of fatally stabbing Jacob Stahl In a sa loon row ono month ago gavo himself up to the police and In default of 2 ball Is in jail Stahl succumbed to his wounds three weeks ago He Will Recover Jackson Ky Oct 6A telephone message from Hazard Tuesday stated that Ruck Cottlngarae who was am bushed two days ago and reported to be mortally wounded sustained only slight wounds In the left shoulder and will recover Relieved of His Roll Lexington Ky Oct Pickpockets Tuesday night relieved J C Merrill a prominent horseman of Loci havon Mass of a rol of over 800 Detec lives have clues This is tho first case reported during tho trots hero Grocer Assigns Hopkinsvllle Ky Oct 6N L Mc Kee a grocer filed a petition In bank ruptcy Tuesday with liabilities esti mated at 26850 and assets TSOO There was a saloon attached to tho grocery There are 200 creditors HC PAYNE IS DEAD Tho Postmaster General of tho United States Expired at G10 Tuesday Evening THE END CAME PEACEFULLY The Cause of Death Was Disease of the Mitral Valve and Dilation of the Heart Funeral Services Wilt Be Held In Washington Friday After Which the Remains Will Be Taken to Milwaukee For Burial Washington Oct 5 Henry C Payne postmaster general of the United States a member of the national republican committee a stalwart of hIs party with tho history of which both in his homo state and nationally ho has been Identified for many years died at his apartments at tho Arllng ton hotel at G10 oclock Tuesday night aged years Tho death and its cause was announced In the following ofllclnl bulletin issued by the at tending physicians Tho postmaster general died nt C10 p m Ho died peacefully with out a struggle Cause of death was disease of mitral valve and dilation of the heart Signed P M lUxoy O Lloyd Magruder C T Grays n Mr Payno had been In poor health for at least two years but his last Ill ness covered only seven days an at tack of heart trouble last week pre time when rccO1eredImpaired by years of arduous labor Death camo after nearly six hours of unconsciousnessThe caller to Inquire as to Sir Paynes condition was Presl dent Kooscvolt and ho had been gone only about ten minutes when the stricken member of his cabinet expir ed Secretary Hay had called at the Payne apartments n few minutes before tho president made his visit Neither entered the sick room As Mr Itoosevolt was leaving about oclocl ho spoke feelingly of Mr Payne to the newspaper men gathered in front of tho hotel as Tile sweetest most lov ablo and most trustful man I ever know Mrs Roosevelt accompanied by her brother Capt Cowlos also was a caller at tho family apartments of the Paynes during the lato afternoon Around Mr Paynes bedside at the time of his death was his devoted wife Rev Dr Dunlap pastor of Sti Johns Kplscopal church MaJ and Mrs W S Cameron of Jamestown N Y Mr and Mrs Winflold Cameron of Milwaukee Charles L Jones and Mss Louisa Jones relatives Private Secretary Whitney Miss Mario Durblero an old companion of Mrs Paynes Mr and Mrs W L Mason of Wash ington old time friends of Mr and Mrs Payne and the faithful colored messenger at the department of tho postmaster general When tho postmaster general hind breathed his last Dr Magruder led Mrs Payno out of tho room It was stated that she bad stood up bravely under time heavy strain The last day had been one during which pracUcally all hope had been abandoned for somo hours The ap proach of dissolution began during time noon hour when tho sick man lost consciousness and no longer recog nlzed those whom he had attempted to cheer during his Illness by saying to them that ho was all right When Mrs Payno saw that the end was near she summoned Hov Dr Dunlap of St Johns Episcopal church and at her request ho read at the bedside of tho dying man Psalm 130 Out of tho deep and then repeated the prayers the Episcopal church provides shall be read at tho bed of those about to pass away Funeral services will be held at St Johns Episcopal church this city next Friday morning and at 315 that afternoon the body will be taken to the Pennsylvania railroad station and placed aboard the private car of Presi lent A J Karllng of the Chicago Mil waukee St Paul railroad who tendered tho use of time car and announc ed that It would be here by Wednes day morning Tho remains should nr rive at Milwaukee Saturday evening and services will bo held next Sunday at tho All Saints Episcopal church there Gen Wade Coming Home Manila Oct 6Gen Jas F Wade the retiring commander of the Philippine division sails for home October IE Pending arrival of Gen Corbin who succeeds to tho command Gen Leonard Wood will act as commanding general Insurance Agents Enjoined Chicago Oct 6The appellate court affirmed an injunction issued by Judge Baker restraining 20 Insurance companies and Individuals acting as agents from doing business in Illinois in alleged violation of the state laws Lots of Life By Floods Santa Fo N M Oct Reports re ceived from different points In the ton ritory show that tho loss of life in the floods that have occurred in tho past week was greater than at first thought At least 20 persons perished Chlllan Consul In Canal Zone Washington Oct 6After careful consideration of tho International points involved tho stato department has decided to Issuo a temporary cxo quator to Goronlmo Oasa as consul ol Chile in the canal zone 1 PAYNES SUCCESSOR It Is Probable That Mr Cortelyou Will Assume the Duties Washington Oct 6in succession to Mr Payne Georgo Bruce Cortelyou former secretary of the department of chaIrImanmittee will become postmaster gen eral about December 1 Mr Cprtol yells appointment as head of tho post ZION GEORGE D CORTELYOU u ollico department was determined on several months ago by President Roosevelt when Mr Payno indicated to thin president his deslro to retlro from tho department on account of the precarious state of his health Mr Payno would have resigned the port folio long ago had It not been for the tending Investigation of tho affairs of the department In tho Interim the responsibilities of directing tho affairs of the test ollico department will evolve on Mr Wynne LAST SAD RITES ITHE Remains of Senator George F Hoar Committed to the Tomb Concord Mass Oct 5Tho last services over tho body of United States Senator Georgo Frlsblo Hoar were hold Tuesday In this town the place of his birth and several hundred uf tho senators former townsmen fol lowed tho body to tho place of Its burial In Sleepy Hollow cemetery In the First Parish church a solemn serv ice of Scripture wading song and prayer was conducted by tho pastor ltiv Loren II McDonald Tho pastor nod Jntnofl Russell Ixiwellfl poem on rlmnnliiK Two of Senator Hoar fa vnrlto hymns Lead Kindly Light and Abide With Me wore sung by a quartette At tho grave brief serv ices of burial wore hold and the body was committed to tho tomb IN A STREET DUEL A Milwaukee Man a Bystander Acci dentally Shot San Antonio Tex Oct GDurIng a street duel hero Tuesday between J M Clilttlm known as tho Texas Cattle King and W W Jones a cat tlemnn and banker at Beevllle HJ S Klwell a traveling man of Milwaukee Wls chanced within range and was accidentally killed True bullet It Is said was fired from Chlttlma gun Chlttlm was placed In jail charged with murder Hlwell worked for tho H C Miller Co stationers of Mllwau kee From letters In his possession It appears ho has a brother In She boygan Neither of the participants was Injured THE BRIDGE WENT DOWN Seven Men Are Mining Out of a Party of Eight Men Oklahoma City O T Oct 6Seven men are missing of a party of eight men who wont down with the wagon bridge between Lexington and Purcell Monday night after battling with tho swift rush of waters for many hours In their vain attempt to prevent tho bridge from going out the only con nectlon between tbo two towns Judge Hocker who lives at Dyers near Lex ington Is tho man heard from but ho can tell nothing of tho other men THE CASE DISMISSED Effort of Modern Woodmen to Secure 100000 From McCutchcorn Estate Sioux City la Oct GTho case of tho Modern Woodmen of America to collect 100000 from time estate of the lato E H McCutchcorn a banker at Holstein la was dismissed Tuesday Upon McCutchcorns death it was found that his bank was Insolvent Ho was a leading Woodman and had 100000 of the orders funds In his bank Tho Woodmen sued tho bonds men who replied that their names had been secured by fraud Mrs Annie E Hall Grenewald Dead Hanover Pa Oct 6Mrs Annie a Hall Grenewald tho oply woman forecast official employed by tho Unit ed States government IB dead at her home near hero aged G7 years For 17 years Mrs Grcnowald had kept comnpleto station record of weather conditions Alleged Lynchers Relented Huntsvllle Ala Oct 6James II Mitchell and James Armstrong alleg ed lynchers were relented from jail on a writ of habeas corpus tho Indictments against them being hold Illegal Company F Third regiment Alabama national guard was mustered out Taken to the Penitentiary Topeka Kan Oct GItobert Ho malno who confessed to complicity in the Independence and Vindicator outrages in Colorado was taken to this Kansas penitentiary from hero Tues day Ho will serve an Indeterminate sentence for robbery This Way Sinners r If you nro not buying nil your wants of UH I will toll you why you should Wo barn tho largest cleanest and boat noloctod stock of DRY GOODS nail SHOES in Madison County Tho largest and choicest stock of GROCEKIK8 this side of Lexington and time cheapest drug oOObj I SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour WashburnCrosby Co 76c Obelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 760 Meal 660 Granulated Sugar 6ac- Dry Salt Sides 8c Dry Salt Fat Backs 7ac Arbucklcs Coffee 2 for 26c Other goods in proportion at WELCHSA Days Doings in Kentucky RECORDS BROKEN Grace Bond Won the Futurity Race at Lexington Lexington Ky Oct GGraco Bond broke at least two worlds records to win the classic Kentucky Futurity worth 14000 and In disputing the ti tie for a third worlds record She gave two of tho heats of tho race to Alta Axworthy tho prime favorite but made her own three heals In 209y or better thus establishing a worlds record for threeyear old trotters Two of tho heats shoran In 209Vi eitab Jlihlng a worlds threoyrnrold record for two heats When she made tho first heat In 203i Starter Walker announced that sho had broken a worlds record Fantasy at Nashville In 1893 trotted a mile as a threeyear old In 208V4 In tho second heat of a race but under unusual conditions In order to allow her to make a rec ord distance had been waived and n pacemaker picked her up at tho half mile and she went under thu wire while tho bunch was turning tho stretch Grace Bonds fractional time In her threo fast heats was First heat 32y4 101 13Gf 209Vi Sec ond heat 32V 1041 l3Cyt 2091 Fifth pent 3ay1061374 209 KENTUCKY WOMEN They Refused to indorse Rootefelts Stand on Race Suicide ML Sterling Ky Oct GTho Ken lucky W C T U closed Its 24th an anal convention Tuesday The follow lag olllcera wero elected President Mrs Frances Bcauchamp Lexington Vice president Mrs Mary W Bender Louisville corresponding secretary Mm Mary hatch Louisville recording secretary Mrs Nclllo T Arnspl ger Lexington treasurer Mrs Eliza beth Myall Paris secretary Miss An nlo Edwards Porryvillo 1 T L sec retary Mrs Nolllo Arnoplger Lexing ton Mrs Mary Bender from the state at large and Mrs Jennie Thompson of Mt Sterling and Mrs Llda Isgrlg of Ixiulavllle wero elected delegates to tho national convention In Philadel phiaA resolution Indorsing time stand of President Roosevelt on tho race suicide question was voted down TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATE The Authority of the Security Mutual Life Insurance Co Frankfort Ky Oct 5State Insur ance Commissioner Notary IL Pruwltt mitered an order upon the records of that department revoking all author ity of the Security Mutual Life Insurance Co of Blnghntnton N Y and IU agents to do business In the state of Kentucky TV action is taken because of tho removal by that company of n case against It from time state to the United Slates court In violation of tho Kentucky statute Tile case that of Crano and others against tiu company from the county of Owen The authority of the commissioner will it Is expected be taken into time courts No Compromise For Crigler I Crlgler Covington Ky Oct 5where will bo no compromise In the caso of tho federal government against tho firm of Crjgler ft Crlgler which has been accused of altering tho contents of packages of whisky and filling them with cheaper grado of goods without notifying tho revenue collector as is required by law One Hundred Tons of Cattle Owlngsvllle Ky Oct 6The Ham ilton Farm Co composed of Georgo G and J Carroll Hamilton of this coun ty have just sold 200 export cattle at GVi cents per pound and have deity ered tho tattle Total weight amount er to slightly over 200000 pounds FOR SALE GOOD MILCH COW OGRhodua BerfnKy tf IS BUILDING LOTS In Here belonging to the John G Fee estate Special inducement to purchaser of Paths tract J P Bicknoll B rea Ky U FOR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE on Ontrr Street Good well Kaidttn and barn Call on or writ to J J Than aniau Berea Ky tf See theNew Dressmaker t Over tho Poet OOi- cJunt I from Lexington with mho latest Designs Male Speciality of i WaistsSkirts rI and Wraps For Ladies Misses and children Mrs Jennie Searcy Berea KyII Those who wIned June brides will find the July article every way aa du airablc In writing a sketch of hU life the HUccenHful wan always skips over the year that be tried to be a book agent It is wonderful how attractive a few thousand dollars can wake a crop of freckle It takes a lot of explaining to make the average man understand why there should be such a thing as a social tuna tion and then he doesnt understand I Girt Graduate neat the drumsISoftly here she cornea Clothed In wisdom and I rather guess A white dreIAs well- Casting a magic spell IIOver the land And helping us to understand The whlchneas of the whence And a few other other things which the aver age man to too dens To understand being shown W an up to the the sweet girt gradual Step forth with Utely grace And a milling lac IteYou will know her when You see her by thU description though She should bo among ten Thousand Not another one In the whole Lot could touch her with a ten toot pole When she speaks It U law The constitution may disagree but pshaw That does not count Or amount To a row of she wins pinIOut on her Regardless of the facts In the ease silo can take the stand And settle offhand All the questions of the day i In her own sweet way lellJewar Anti a score Of the Intricate questions of the hour powerSheHow when which what wherefore whence and all those ThtnIHer mind to play In her modest way And quietly settles all affairs of state While you wait j HENRY C PAYNE ILL Postmaster General Has Marked Syjyiitoms of Heart Trouble ii Several Times He Had Sinking Spells l and It Was Thought the End Was NurHe Rallied and Hit Con dition Is Encouraging Washington Sopt 30Postmaster General Henry C Payne IB seriously III at his apartments at hit Hotel Ar lington hero Marked symptoms of heart trouble hnvu developed and his I condition became Horlous during tho duty as lo cause grate concern Mr Iayno returned recently from a trip In the wont and appeared to bo feeling In much Improved condition though MA health has boon iwor for a lung time Washington Oct ITho condition of Ioittmnstcr Uencral Payne whoso serious Illness was announced Thurs day night continued extremely grave throughout Friday There were time during the day notably In tho early morning and late In the afternoon when tho attending phyMclnns bcllov i d tho end was near nt hand but the patient responded to tho heroic rune dloB nppllo and Hoomed to regain some uf tho lost ground Friday nlghl at about 8 oclock Mr Payne fell Intc n rout ful Bleep which continued tot some lima Tho doctorn regarded thlI nil encouraging for a peaceful night Tim greatest cnuae of alarm was the fooblunOBM uf tho brail action and It was found necosnary to administer so lino Molutlon and nltroglycerlno tc Ktlmulato that organ Only moderato Iy sized dote worn Riven however tBon Henry C Payne and In each case the ronponse was gratifying dayIwith Iho gravest foam of almost Im inedlnto UlHHolutlon Iottmnetor Con oral 1nynoa cuadltlon Into Sunday night win declared by his physicians 1 to bo decidedly more encouraging but thy arc unwilling to hazard an opln Ion to tho future In the early hours Ilia Mart action became decld wily weaker with resultant feebleness 1of pulmi and unconsciousness At times ho suffered Intense pain andj onco or twice he cried out In his agony These paroxysms were follow ed by porlods of exhaustion with brief ItitarvatH of comparative freedom from pain but the heart action continued I groateattSeveral times during tho day tho boounin fvebto that It seemed It mUhlCURIIO altogether and at one 1 time thq physlclana said tho postmoa ter general was as near death as fow over gut and survive tho day At 2 oclock Sunday afternoon the doctor fully bolleved that tho end was nt hand and the family who were at din nor worn summoned Early Monday morning Dr Magru der left the sick room for his home leaving Dr irayson In charge Dr Magrudcrn report was that Mr 1aynvH Improvement continued and ifI this rate of Improvement continues the moat bulletin would doubtless bo gratifying Ho said that the postmas ter general was retaining his nourish moot nnd trod had no sinking spelts during the evening when ho awoke from hlH sleep which was necessarily rltfnl ho was able to recognize those aboat him Dr Magruder added that Mr PayneH heart action continued good THE ANSCHOOLS Annual Report of Miss Estelle Reel the Superintendent Washington Sept 30ln her an nual report to the commission of In dlan affairs Miss Estello Keel super intendent of Indian schools says the past year has shown marked Improve menu in tho methods of Instruction and that gratifying progress has been made In teaching English Tho report pays that on every reservation where day uchools are located tho lathers good effects upon tho older Indians can plainly bo soon Tho day school system It is stated has reached Its best developments on the Pine Rldga and Rosebud reservations Special at tention has been given to agriculture and Industrial training In Indian school work Mines to Start Up Sharon Pa Oct 31t was an Bounced that the United States steel corporation is preparing to start Its coalmines at Slippery Rock that they will bo In operation this week Tho minors went out on a strike last Jan uary Chicago Day at the Fair St Louis Oct 3 Extensive prepa ratfohi llro belug made by the Worlds fair officials for tho celebration of Chi cage day on next Saturday Excursions will be run from the territory contiguous to St Louis on all side Kentucky State News Items aat = = = = =THE BLUE LAW Lexington Experienced IU First Sunday Under Its Regime Lexington Ky Oct 3 Iexlngtor Sunday experienced Its first Sunday under the blue law regime but tho re strlctlons were greater Sunday than they will over bo again for lato Sun day afternoon tho city solicitor itlb covered that milk wagons and ice wagons ore a necessity and are thus exempted by tho law Only a tow milk wagons attempted to run Sun day morning and tho drivers were arrested Most of the population drank their coffee without cream Families whoso sick children were do prlved of milk complained bItterly and suits for damages may follow Ion wagons did not attempt to run Late In tho afternoon tho city solicitor do elded that both have a right to run and the drivers under arrest were released Only about 30 people were ar rested for violating tho Sunday law although about 200 luau announced their Intention Saturday of continuing business They decided when they started to open and saw tho police they had better keep closed Dung stores had a right to sell mcd Iclno on prescription but this did not pay to keep clerks and all drug stores were closed Tho only places open worn hotels livery stables and nows paper nfllces tho latter two classes having secured Injunctions No tlmo had been given the citizens to prepare for the strict enforcement of the Sunday laws and ninny faml lies had not laid In groceries and moats Preparations will be mado hrtcaftor Few pastors c oko of the Sunday enforcement Sunday and urged the members of their congregations to lay In sufficient supplies on Satur day Tho saloon men believe the Sun day enforcement will noon become un popular and they will be allowed to open No saloons were open Sunday ThY reported a record breaking sale of bottled goods Saturday night Few drunks were registered Sunday KxAlderman C n Lowry Sunday night announced his Intention of fib Ing a 10000 damage suit against those responsible for stopping mill wagons Lowry has two sick children who subsist mainly on milk and his wagon failed to arrive Sunday room log Ho called at the milk depot nn was unable to purchase milk as the managers of tho depot had been ar rested once for a violation of tho law Lowry says ho will Invite all fa mill os whose sick children suffered to Join him In his suit and he will pay the attorney fees Other suits aro throat enoll Two Tragedies at Paducah Paducah Ky Oct 3 Thomas Rb Icy was fatally assaulted and rubbed but could not give an account of It after reviving About the same time Tom Murray special watchman for the Illinois Central shot and dangerous wounded Joo Oreon his friend Oren was trying to get Murray to go home MaJ H B McClellan Dead Lexington Ky Oct 3olaj H D McClellan ono of tho most noted ode cators in this state and who recently resigned the prlnclpalshlp of Sayro In stltutc after holding tho office for nearly half a century died nt his home In this city as a result of a stroke ol apoplexy Kentucky Daughters Elect Officer Louisville Ky Oct STho Ken tucky Daughters of the American Rev olutlon elected Mrs S H Todd of Oweniboro state regent Mrs Wit liam Warren of Danville vice regent and Miss Jennie D Blackburn of Bowling Green secretary Fire In Mlddlesboro 3FlrJbrokohere and for a tlmo It seemed that thu town wee doomed The stores of A Ooodfrlend and H Stophlnsko were destroyed with contents with a lost upward of 25000 Hunter la Busy Louisville Ky Oct 3 William R Ramsey Dr W Godfrey Hunters at tornoy arrived in Louisville and held n long conference with tho Eleventh district congressman Dr Hunters plans for a contest was dlscuiaed William 0 Vaughan Indicted Louisville Ky Oct 3Tho grand jury Saturday afternoon Indicted Wil llama O Vaughan for involuntary man slaughter for the killing of R J Su tor a member of the board of public safety July 3 A Roadside Wedding Sergent Ky Oct 3Mr Troy Ad ams aged 22 of Colly and Miss Lydia 1Clnseraged 22 after procuring a marriage license were married by David Adams a minister on the road side near here A Big Flowing Well Sergont Ky Oct 3Jones well No 14 came In last week in tho Bea ver creek oil field north of here on the KnottLetcher border with a 300 barrel How the best well struck there in months Democratic Campaign Opening Louisville Ky Oct IThe dome cratic state campaign will be formally opened Monday in Kentucky Prepa rations have been made for rousing moetlngs to bo held all over the state He Declines the Honor Vanceburg Ky Oct 3lIon Sam lei J Pugh nominated for congress by the republicans ot the Ninth die rlct has published a letter declining the honor SEVERE ENGAGEMENT The Kiifsians Attacked the Japs Near Pigeon Bay Apparently They Attempted to Capture the Heavy Guns Mounted by the Japanese Loss on Both Sides Heavy London Oct 1Tho failure of tho latest Japanese attempt to drive out the Port Arthur fleet and reduce tho fortress line led according to tho Dally Telegraphs Chce Foe corre ipondcnt to tho decision that the Jap mesa must go Into winter quarters Japanese officers admitted that Gen Btoesnol Is making a superb stand Accordingly the correspondent lays permanent fortifications afford ing excellent shelter aro being con itructnd outside tho Russian main tine of defenses and warm clothing la being brought up for the troops Reinforcements aro continuously arriv ing Finding It Impossible to hold outer forts even when they are cap tured owing to the enfilading tire tho snly alternative left tho Japanese is to cut off supplies and communica lions Tho Dally Telegraphs correspond ent rt Hlnmlntln status that the Chi aufto authorities there have Issued an order forbidding the solo of goods to tho Russians on the ground that It would constitute a breach of neutral Ity TlcnTsln Oct 1Russian officers here admit that It Is the Intention of the remaining Russian war vessels nt Port Arthur to attempt to escape They say that they expected tho movement ono week ago and that It may now bo expected dally MUkdon Oct 1A groat change In tho situation hero has occurred Tho Japanese now appear anxious to act on thodefenslvc nnd have fortified a pe tition northwest of the Yon tal mines According to the best estimates obtainable the Japanese army confront ing Gen Kuropatkln comprises a grand total of 180 battalions Allowing 800 men to a battalion there aro 144000 Infantry In addition there aro 6300 cavalry and C38 guns Tho diatribe tion of the Japanese forces Is as fol lows One division at Rontslaputzo two divisions at the Yen tal mines four divisions on the railway n little north of Llao Yang one division westward near HIamcadcnz and one division at Sandepu Cho Foe Oct 3Severo fighting tho Russians being the aggressors oc curred September 28 and 29 on tho west shore of Llnotl promontory near Pigeon bay according to a report brought by Chinese who loft Port Arthur September 30 The Russians al ready apparently are aiming to cap ture the heavy guns which the Japan ono have mounted In that vicinity The Russians wero In considerable force and they made several sorties dragging field artillery with them They were unsuccessful however Threo junks with ICO coolies arrived hero Sunday They left Port Arthur because they were forced to carry tho wounded anti bury tho dead They al so wore afraid that eventually they would have ho food although rico Is plentiful now according to their sto ries They further say that the Russians lost heavily during tho attacks of September 19 and September 23 but tho Japanese loss was much heav- Ier Several of the Chinese who wero employed in carrying dead say that the dead were so numerous that they wore unable to form anything like an estimate of the number who fell In at tacking and defending tho supplemen tary forts near Hz mountain Since the battle both sides continuo to shell at Intervals dally Toklo Oct 3Tht Russians are re ported to be desperately endeavoring to retake their lost positions Includ ing Fort Kuropatkln In tile hope of restoring the water supply of Port Arthur They are said to have repeat edly assaulted tho Japanese after shelling from neighboring forts and batteries The Japanese continuo to hold tho positions Doth sides aro said to have suffered severely The newly mounted heavy Japanese guns are said to command tho entire harbor Tho position of the remnant ot tho Russian Port Arthur fleet Is said to be precarious and it Is believed the vessels must soon emerge or bo de stroyedIiThe Old Transport Burntlde Chattanooga Tenn Oct 1Tho oMi federal transport Durnslde which was sunk during tho operations about this city In the early sixties was rais ed from tho bed of tho Tennessee river by recent high water and landed on a shoal where parts of tho hulk and tho boilers are visible A Mlle In 60 Seconds Plttsburg Oct IAt the first meet of the Plttsburg Automobile club held hero Barney Oldfleld drove an 80 horse power machine five miles In 5 minutes 915 seconds tho last mile being made in 60 seconds flat Attempt to Lower the Record Chicago Oct 3D D Holcomb left the Chicago Automobllo club at 3 nclock Monday morning In his auto nubile for Now York In an attempt to lower the record of 72 hours and 4aI minutes He will try to cover tho Vance In SO hours Japanese Gunboat Sunk Toklo Oct SIt is rumored that n Japanese gunboat struck a mine and south of the Llao Tung peninsula A portion of her crow reached an island and were rescued The name ot the gunboat Is unknown CHURCH PERSONALS I jThe father of Nicola Tesla the noted electrician was a priest In the Greek Murdoch LL D founder andI secretary of tho Indian Christian Lit erature society is dead at Madras aged 8C years The federation of the 48 Protestant states churches of Germany is con templated There Is at present no or genie connection The proposed plan will not touch the confession of faith ltev 8 Sugthara Is pastor of a Japanese Methodist Episcopal church In Portland Ore Ills people who are mostly domestic tervanta or day labor ers have made great sacrifices to raise 13000 toward a church build lingrev L Lochner of Chicago hu returned home after establishing a Lutheran synod in Brazil During five months spent in Brazil he traveled lGOO miles wagon and on foot to consolidate 1C Lutheran churches in that country Tho Rev A Tlgho Gregory LL B vicar of Bawdsey and curate ot Ram shott Suffolk has for B7 years taken three full services with sermons every Sunday Even now at the ago of 85 he cycles or drives seven miles to his second church Miss Mary Jameson daughter of a Presbyterian clergyman in Rochester N Y has been adopted in the Deer clan of the Seneca Indians receiving the name of AhWaeAgwas which means Picking Flowers Out of the Water For the last few summers Miss Jameson has been accustomed to visit the Indians and hold religious services on Sunday A few days after her adoption she was visited at her number of Insummer cottage by a dians who presented her with an ancient sliver brooch FOR FASHIONS FOLLOWERS Hosiery worn with tan shoes should match the shade of leather exactly Supple fabrics will take tho lead for street costumes during the coming win terAuto coats fashioned from white flannel are trimmed with Arabian braid Bonnaz embroidery will figure on the simpler styles ot tailored hats for au tumnMoire antique Is to be restored to favor both for trimming purposes and gowns Purplo particularly In its softer shad ings will be much In evidence for tho early fall- Newest shapes In corsets are not quite so boxlike as those in vogue for the past few years The latest sleeve IE very much wider the newest shape clings to the arm un til Just below the elbow when it swells out sharply being caught In again at the wrist with a wide tight cuff VOGUE IN VESTMENTS Big plaids appear in the silk shirt waists Many of the buttons are positive works of art Vests are set Into the separate waists for fall A new mixture of silk and wool Is known as sllcslenne Velvet ribbons in wonderful bronze and nasturtium tints are shown Foliage and flowers of velvet will be much used on the winter hats There are lots of exaggerated styles that the welldressed woman Is going to let alone A threequarter pongee coat lined with satin Is a handsomo and useful garment that can be worn nearly all the year round MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 1 CATTLE Common 12 25 0 3 75 Heavy steers 4 75 0 5 00 CALVES Extra 0 7 00 HOOS Ch packers 6 95 0 6 10 Mixed packers 5 0 5 75 SHEEP Extra 3 35 0 3 60- LAMBSExtra 5 75 0 5 SO FLOVR Spring pat 6 35 6 60 WHEATNo 2 red 1 20 0 1 22 No3 winter 0 1 IS CORNNo 2 mixed 065rfOATSNo 2 mixed 32 32Vi- RYJ3 No 2 81 83 HAYCh timothy 12 16 PORKMess 013 LARD Steam 7 87ra0 8 00IBUTTER Ch dairy 0 i Choice creamery 0APPLES Choice 175 0 2 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 0 165 TOBACCO Now 5 25 012 25 Old 111 4 75 014 50 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 30 0 5 WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 0 1 18 No 3 spring 105 0 115 52jOATSNoRYFNo 2 75 PORK Mess 11 00 011 70 LARDSteam 7 67n0 7 70 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 10 0 5 40 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 1- 1COHNNo2 mixed 4tI 57 IS OATSNo 2 mixed 35ya1P 36i PORK Mess 015 50 LARD Steam 0 8 10 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 03ra0 1 144 CORNNo2 mixed 0 611 OATSNo2 mixed 0 4- 1CATTLESteers u 4 85 0 5 2S HOGS Western 6 15 0 6 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 116 CORN No 3 mixed 0 C6 OATS No 2 nixed 0 35 LARD Steam 0 7 00 1OItIC Mess 4P13 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 115- CORNNo2 mixed 0 6455 OATSNo2 mixed 33 36 MAMMAS DRUMMER When Im n man I wont be king and rule the land No sir Im goln to join the band When Im a man I wont go tootln some old horn- LIke mas fisherman 10 forlorneOr blowln a high tone Ntheros omethln letter In liCe Im coin to hays a great big drum Oh how I wish that time would comet Trum a trum trump Trum a trum trum Then Ill go marchin1 up the street You bet that drum Ill beat anil beat And when the others all keep still Ill Just play louder yet I will Rub a dub dub Rub a dub dub And all the horses wont they prance And all the gIrls oh how theyll dancel And when small boys the players cheer Theyll mean the drummer In the rear Trum a trum trum Trum a trum trum Ana when I march by mammas house I wont be still as any mouse And sho Is sure her boy to see And oh how proud shell surely bel Hub a dub dub Rub a dub dub And then Ill play no loud shell say In such a proud and hAPPY waym Friends neighbors dear would you be here That man with spngtos on his sleeve Is just my Roy My little boy Boom boom boom booms Mary C Phillips In Chicago Advance A PRETTY PARLOR TRICK Older Boys and Girls Can Learn to Perform It Nicely After a Few Hours Practice This ill a neat and effective trick to perform before a company of men women and children from whom you can borrow tbe few materials you need These are a silver half dollar a large wire hairpin a heavy ring and a long hatpin or stickpin Bend the hairpin into the shape shown In the picture Force the half dollar Into the narrow hook on one end of the hairpin which hook you have pinched well together so that It will grip the coin tightly and bang the ring on the other more open hook Now balance the coin at a point near 3 edge and in line with the two books on the point of the hatpin which you hold vertically In your left hand You can always make It balance on some point but to make the trick ef fective the pin should be very near the NEEDLE COIN AND RING edge of the coin so if the ring is not very heavy you may have to borrow another one and slip it in the hook beside the first Or you can use a night ring and substitute a quarter for the lair dollar Now It you blow against the ring the whole affair will turn on its pivot ted by giving a good puff every time the ring comes round you can make it spin very fast and keep on spinning i long time If the hatpin Is very sharp and of very hard steel It will gradually bore a hole in the coin In feed It is possible to bore clear through a soft coin In this way Of course you should practice this trick before you try it In public Then i the ring is a brass one and the coin your own you can give your merrygo round to the youngsters who will have ots of fun with it Chicago Inter Dcean DON LOVED HIS MISTRESS Clever Little Bullfinch More Demon strative Than Are Many Boys or Girls Don was very unhappy when I was out of sight Ills cage was hung at first in a glass conservatory where lIS ha sunshine flowers and two canary birds for company But he did not care for them He wanted something else He was silent and moping So the loving little bird was made happy by being plated In my room upstairs It was wonderful how soon he learned to distinguish my step Often his clear sweet tune could be heard pouring from LU dainty throat Or perhaps he was silent It was all the same The Instant my step sounded in the ball below or on the stairs the whistle ceased or the silence was broken Come heere come heere come heere was the eager cry Of course I always did come heera the delight ot the dear litAndthen was touching Down he jumped to the door of his cage post haste Then puffin out like a ball be bowed right and lift dancing to and fro A If wound up to run for hours And suck a sweet piping as there was toot But he never played about the rood when I was away He was too sor rowful for that Ills favorite hauntj next to my head or shoulders was mJl bureau He loved to hop all over itd but he loved best of all to mount the big fat pincushion It was such fins fun to pull out the pins and drop then on the bureau scarf Sometimes h carried them to the edge of the bud rcau and dropped them on the floor One day I bent the point of a large pin dad twisted It well Into the cush ion It was rather naughty to be sure but I wished to see what Don would do about It The other pins como out and were dropped as usual Then came the tug of war The poo little bird pulled and pulled and tugged and tugged The big pia moved but did not come out He put his head on one side and eyed It severely He was not one of the give up sort lIe had made up his mind to conquer that pin He worked very hard for at least ten minutes Then the plaintive Came heere corns heere rang out I waited to see what he would do next And what do you think 7 H thought a little then mounted the DON IN IllS CAGE cushion again and whistled and danced to that obstinate pin But it stayed right where It was Then he seized It once more and tugged so hard that his tiny feet slipped and he sat right down Next he got up and stared at It then hopped to the edge of the bureau and called again Come heere come heerc I could not tease him any longer and went to the rescue The moment that pin was loose Don seized It with a happy chuckle Hopping to the back part of the bureau he dropped the pin down between it and the wall It was In disgrace you know One day the dear little fellow had been very busy indeed The cushion had been freshly filled with pins That gave him a great deal of work to door course The pins had all to bo car ried to the edge of the bureau and dropped overboard That task fin ished he went into his house to get his dinner- I went to work to pick up the pins telling Don that he was a naughty bird to make me so much trouble It seemed as it he understood every word At once he stopped eaUng his seeds came out and peeped at me over the edge of the bureau Then down he came making steps of my head shoulder and arm until hi reached the floor And there the dear little bird hurried around with all his might picking up the pins He flew up to the cushion laid them down and came back for more until they were all gathered up Then he sat on mj chair whistled his tune and flnalljj went to sleep Helen Harcourt in St Nicholas HOW THE FROG ORIGINATED Weary1Thirsty from Getting a Drink Did you ever bear bow frogs origi anted It Is a queer story but then It happened a long time ago when the world was young and all sorts of queei things were happening We can ol course believe as much or as little ol such stories as we please but at leaf they entertain us Now as to the frogs they came rots being because a weary thirsty woman was nrevcnted from getting a drink ol water Here Is the way the story If toldLatona was a beautiful goddess whit lived with the other goddesses and godson Mt Olympus where Jupiter and Juno reigned as you know She was distinguished for many things bul chiefly for being the mother ot Apollo and Diana It seems that she incurred the ill will of Juco In some way and was banished from Olympus with no place to put her foot and no shelter for her weary head for Juno had made Terra the earth promise that she should not find rest anywhere Neptune the god of the sea however took pity on the banished goddess and invited her to the Isle of Delos which then floated tinder the water but rose to the surface at his command There she found peace and comfort and brought up her two famous children Apollo to become the god of the sun and Diana the goddess of the moon But perhaps you are wondering what all this has to do with the frogs It it said that one day while Latona was wandering desolate and weary with bet children while they wer yet babies she came to a pool of clear sparkling water Half dying with thirst god doss as she was she ran toward the pool to 4rlnk some of the cool water but a crowd of ugly yokels surrounds it and kept her away She had up to this time borne faei privations and sufferings with patience and resignation but at this act of wan ton cruelty her patience gave tray and turning furiously on the yokels shit turned them all Into ooaking figa which they have revalued to this lay pTHECITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published we signed ID fun by the writer The umo- II not for publicanon but u as evidence of good faith Write pWaiy 11 11 11T JACKSON COUNTY MCKEE Oct SDr und Mrs W T Amy has returned from a 10days stayat the Worlds Fair Master Hugh Collier is visiting his cousins Leonard and Pearl Goodman this week James Robinson and Miss Sarah t Hignito were married at the brides home Tuesday Trio new bankof McKee is nearing completion Work hits begun on the new school build ingMiss Ruth Kerkhof who has been visiting her homo in Michigan for the past six weeks is expected back in n few days- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct SMrs Anna Whale and daughter Miss Frances have returned home after an extended trip to Piltsburg Pu visiting relatives and friends Tho ladies of tho Bethel Sewing Circle will hold a fall festival leginning Oct 15and continuing until Oct 22 Everyone is invited to attend Mrs Nancy Steward and Misses Laura and Bertio Lewis attended the Mayslick fair Saturday Mrs Ida Warder and Rev E A White spent Thursday in the Queen CityThe funeral of Mr Charlie 11hnleya very respectable citizen of this place was largely attended at the Plymouth church Fri day afternoon Rev 0 A Nelson officiated Mr and Mrs L D Hen demon are rejoicing over the arrival ofa fine baby boyMr Clifton Fortyof Philadelphia is visiting his wife Mrs Margaret Fortyof Lexington street- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Oct SThe farmers are saving their fodder and working up their sorghumCircuit court adjourned at Mt Vernon Thursday There were three convicted two for two years each and one for four years Also the grand jury returned in dictments Tho little boy of Mr C B Davidson who was sick at last writing died His remains were taken to Annvillo for burial Moses Gatliff shot and killed Robert Higsby last Tuesday Gatliff is still nt large Mrs Ogg mother of C I Ogg who has lieu sick is no better Jesse Anderson of Richmond has bought a farm near Climax and is building a new houseA Mr Stephenson of Richmond has been leasing lands at this place for mineral Miss Clayof Piqua Ohio is visiting Mrs D Bronston fora few days Jack Abuey had a fine horse killed by the train last weekThere were senices at Clear Creek Sunday con ducted by the Rev Chasteen MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Oct SOscar Gabbard has returned from Illinois whore ho has been for six monthsGrider Wul lace died Monday Sept 10 and was buried Tuesday at Wallace chapel Isaac Botldns and family have re turned from Illinois where they have been for the past two years and have located in Wallaceton Mr Tisdalo was called to Whites Station last Friday by the sudden death of his sisterA two weeks meeting closed hero at the Baptist church last Sunday night with seven additions four by letter and three by baptism meet ing conducted by Rev Wi1IsA J Smith returned from Louisville last week where he got a job drumming and will login work Tuesday SCAFFOLD CANE Rev J F Pholps who has been in our midst for tho last few days has returned homeJ S Waddle bought a fine yoke of oxen from J W Todd Little Howard Payne who has been sick is some better Mr M C McGuiro and J S Wad rile made n business trip to Richmond Monday Miss Minnie Lakes school at this place is progressing nicely Mr mud Mrs Rollio Davis entertained quite a number of their friends at their homo Tuesday evening Her Tort the 5yearold son of Mr and Mrs C B Davidson fell asleep in Jesus last Wednesday morning after 18 days of illness The little body was taken to Moores Creek Jackson county for burial The father and mother are broken down with grief over tho loss of the darling ono HICKORY PLAIN Oct lIormie Gillcn tad family will stove in a few days to Lexington Miss Nannie Baker is visiting her grandmother Mrs Irvine Baker Mrs Bessie Gilbert with her infant son June Perry sent a few days of lust week with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Armstrong Howard Mc KtMihau died on Sept 20uml was buried in tho family burying ground on Sept 21Mr Jeff Roberts left Sunday for his homo in Lafollette Teun He was called hero at the death of his nephew How ard McKwhan Mr Josephus Wil son has sold his place to Eli Cor poeAAioninmore was hurried at Pilot Knob on Sept 22Mrs Lotta Munday was burried in Richmond on Sept 20 CLAY COUNTYC- HESTNUTBURO Sept 20Dr J M Morris of Burning Springs has bought Dr Goodmans home at Welchburg and will move there in n few days Rev Dr McLendon of Oneida was hero today cnrouto to East Bern stadtMrs Jim Clark is visiting CountyMissesLizzie McLendon will visit Oneida in a few daysMiss Mattio Medlock and Mr Will Isaacs of Aunville wore marred todaCol S H Webb of London was in Jackson a few days ago Ho leaves shortly for Califor nia where he intends to make his future home Mrs Edmund Chest nut visited her daughter Mrs Dr Morris at Burning Springs this week BRIGHT SHADE Sept28armerH are about all done saving fodder Woodson Mills has gone to Manchester on business Marion Frederick went to J B Walkers Fridaynail bought new books for his schoolFrank nail Taylor Wagers went to the Baptist Association held on Gone Creek Squire Smith attended Court at Man chester MondayR G Webb dis missed school lost week on account of illnessJames Hibbardof Goose Wllglrshon8o Mondaylvilliam a steam mill and moved it into our midst He says that he can make it whistle Carter Smiths little girl who has been sick for the last two weeks is improving M H Fred illHenryHubbard Green Kieth visited home folks at Jacks Branch last wlOkJ C Wil son of Burning Springs was the guest of his brother Saturday and pwere exceedingly glad correspondenceChestiintburg last week Come again please OWSLEY COUNTY BLAKE Sept 30 Fodder saving is all the go at present The new coal- mines at Blake are now open and good work for awhile There are several cases of measles in our com munity at present David Hill has taken to himself that letter half that helps to bear mans troubles and make a mans pleasures bright The new postoflice ut Blake is now in operationW J Blake is back from the Worlds Fair amidreports a good time Everett Ross and Theo philus Hudson are logging on a high scale Brown Bowman has returned from Heidlebnrg whore he has been working for the past season Corn crops are lighter and much scarcer in our parts than has been known for earHThe gritter is the mast important factor in the house lit pres entMisses Maud Abbie mid Lizzie Isaacs of Buck Creek wero visiting friends and relatives on Island Creek last week BOONEVILLE Oct aJack Frost has made his appearance on the high grounds throughout the county Win Ab criticullyillOld Uncle Hill Thomas died last Monday He was one of our most substantial citizens and leaves a host of friends to mourn his loss He was about 75 years old and loaves a widow who is uu invalid and a son and daughter Three new cases of typhoid fever in town and several in the country Our circuit court which convened here on time 10th of Sept adjourned on Saturday after a busy two weeks session The Grand Jury was in session six days and returned 52 indictments The Grand Jury dismissed the case against Mary Terrycharged with tho murder of Sam Hall as an accidental killing Threw murder cases were continued until tho January term of time court for want of time to try theulThu sheriff will start tomorrow with the six who wero sentenced at this term of court to the penitentiary Frankfort OABBARD Oct aThert has not been much ruin here for over a monthA num ber of time citizens of Owsley have announced themselves as candidates for tho various ottices Rev John B Lewis preached at Grassy Branch f Our Popular Scholarship nef+ ooeo s Tutu CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two towns to be given to tho two most popular young people in each of the eight sur plowAsLee County Mary Fader 1200 Clay Cqmbs 050 Floyd Lucas OO II McGuire 100 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays Irol Claude DoBaun 1226 Wallace Aduums7011To- mmie Baker 375 Maggie Lowen 375 Pearl Gay 825 Clay County Susie Sparks 1hm50 Ida Bongo IHOO W M Rico M M Robinson 41200 T E BurcheChins Combs roo G J Jarvis roo Mary Collins tOO Owslsy County Nora Wilson 550 Snowden ReynohlHn00Ga- rfield Cautplxwll454M- ary Ray 150 Flora Pendergruss 201 Burgoyne Botner 110 Nettie Treadway I1U B Pendergrass 101 Jeunetto Gabbard 100 THE CITIZEN advertisoment on page 5 schoolhouse last Sunday to n good sized audience In my last letter to TilE CITIZEN I said wo would play a game of baseball with till Boonevillo team on Oct 1st We did not play on that tiny but wo will play in October sometime The Boonevillo team went to Perry County on Oct 1st to a gone with theIf Buck Horn team Most all the people are done saving fodder and mire he ginning to make up their cane which theysay is a hard job but a pleasure to eat the molasses afterwards Circuit court closed at Booneville Saturday after being in session two weeks Quite n uiitnber of indict agents were made by the Grand ur which held one week Six jwrsons were sent to the pen This is not a good name for old Owsloy but the law must take its course Lot the jieoplo take u lesson and try to live up to time laws of our county and make it one of the most lawabiding counties ofour State 25 REWARD On last Tuesday night Sept 20 or Wednesday there was stolen from my place one year old ox weighing about 000 pounds Has only one horn on the right side and loose in head split just a little this a white spot in forehead just a little to one side Finder will receive 25 reward for his return or knowledge of where abouts Address John Summers Corico Jackson county Ky100 Notice Dr L Cornelius has been forced to place his accounts in time hands of u lawyer for collection All who re ceived statements and tummy who did not will save fees by sending at once to his address 2051 Boulevard F Denver Colorado 10 13 For Sale A farm of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings call on JP Bicknell Berea Ky SCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women andchildren To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing s from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help Send for free sample SCOTT dl BOWNE Chemists 4O84I5 Pearl Street Now York BOo and SIOO all druufllata Rookcattle County Rachel Hibbord riOO E B Thom ltIn 500 John McForron too Fannie McCItiru 1011 Mollio Carter lilt Minnie Nicely 101 By rda McIIargue 100 Jackson County W L Begloy 2rlSusie Watson 1200 Laura Hutfield 10i0 Samuel Davis BOO Lizzie Wilson 3ro Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons ioo May SKirkman aDO C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estill County Katie Moores OiiO Ambrose Wilson 8ro Garnett Powell 800 Thedu Nolund 1100 Nora McGee 100 J H Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Alumbaugli OO Robert L Cole 102 Martha Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwill 100 Read play Central Nosl- It Is no wonder that the Japanese win great victories when they are lab- by men like Jenerul Nogl Till of ficer received the news of his sons death In the assault on Naimbon hill without a sign of emotion and save orders ns he left home for the scene of war that there should be no mourn lug ceremony until ht himself and his other son And nlxo fallen General Nogl exjKfts nn n matter of course to give his life for his country He Is commander of Japans Fourth army Major General Iakuihlma Heated at n disk In Tokyo a little wan Is working day nnd night helping to direct the armies of Japan In Maui churls He Is General Sir Yanumasn Fukushlmu one of the leading spirits of the genernl HtntT Major General Kukuahlum commanded the Japanese forces nt the battle of Tientsin during the Boxer Insurrection lIe works all night fouT times a week In addition to his arduous labors during tho daytime Where They Are Needed There Is a fortune In my life pro server that can be worn below the coat without detection For timid people when they go to seaNo For the use of brokers In Wall street It Comes Handy Wives of great men oft remind us As they pass In swell array That a man should have Insurance Su hU widow may be gay Snap For His FrtendsIWhy dont you buy the box and save money Try It ours und you will see that It saves money mostly for your friends The Proper Shade It Is only natural that a man should want to have his grave kept green I suppose Still I should think blue grass would be more appropriate Carriage Satisfaction Here I Durable holyfinishcarriages Invariably givo uylhlnNOWWe repaint and retire Get our prices CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond KyI Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results have you heart trouble Tou have If you find It hard to breaths after walklnc up stair demising eta If you have pain In your left all In chest lack or shoulder If you suffer front cold extremities pale face blue lips dry couch swollen ankles If you live tainting spells breast pane palpitation redness of the face discomfort In sleeping on one side Tho only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Cur Is the prescription of a famous specialist whoso treat success In treating obsti nate nervous heart disease has made his name pre emInent In the medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you We know It We want you to prove It If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attimesbad I could not steep half the night and had to flit Up on the side of the bet lots of times to set breath Three troubleway but about two and n half years ago I pamphlet about Dr Mllm New lleart and thought I would try a few bottles After using them hrallhInceI can heartily recommend them fur heart troubueIteV JKIlllY IIUUT Pastor Itaptlst Church Hurt Kans FREEWrite to us for Fm Trial of Dr Mlles Anti JtemelyforSpecialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right LAneO1IATU1Uli3 MKDICA1 CO UUUIAIIT INn I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I the next on Largo Stock from Richmond Ky- dlM + I I 1111111 +1111 MHMIH Trjforliealth 222 South Peoria St CIIIOAOO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months I was to III was compelled to rte or sit down nearly all the time My stomach was to weak andupset that I could keep on it and I vomited I could not great paiu and coughed so much that and were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Bright disease others said it was It mattered little to ma they it and I had no de tire to live A titter visited me from St Louis and asked mo if I had ever tried Wine of Cardul I told her I had not and the bought A bottle I that thaTed life I believe many women could save much suffer lUll if they but knew of iU value JDont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to well You do not need to be a weak helpless You can have a womans health and do a woman work in life not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardul from your druggist 0 WtNECARUUI ui Buggies Phaetonsf Surries Traps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repair KENTUCKY Wo hero bought Ih- oMoat Known nn tho H Massey Moat Store on Main Htroot and will havo moat on hand all the time Como and nee us for fair treatment Your in itoHctod hero Durham Bros Main Street Berea Ky The Special build o- fTennessee Wagons 11 make them tho most drairable of any wagons on the market 21 in running gear U2 DO cash 1 in running gear fUjOO cash Sold by A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Bores Ky H 25 Percent Off For 30 days the Celebrat ed White Mountain Refrigerators to select ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main Street 1IHI HHMHH frequently urinate throat lungs consumption called believe iJf7W be sufferer Why today Shop frwih trade papa sy 4- ilontu elr1 l iHtyahrertctiilTli frnulii tI aaaJ t 118EST i JWORLD I 1f19VGl Itlful S uerrlre pat- oJIIIHIKI nOOl2 e U Ii AIIII 1101 = IHi7U Iulre fiiiiHMt Moe flan OoHUiil In leer tout 1WtvIlonglasaJtrlaudllfehoeeplaeI JrIda by llo with f3U and JOU iliuot oilier tURk are found to be just CII will outwear two palm of ordluary 3ooall1 13ro Mad of fen tnt Itathtn Including P Cirona Corona Colt and ttatlvnal ang lestirut VI 1tlot usi 5111 W U DuiuclM S4OO Olll bids donor b quU at an prlr Nhne b nMII Yneeale a ItIa hen t I sae t u u Coyle HayesM- ain Street Berea Ky