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JAMES MilTON J Editor and Publisher lfIltrtd al Pod opla at Berea fiY cu class utatf saaer- f I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1904 One dollar a year NO 17 IIDEAS Hot tempera got men into hot water Tim high are praised for what the humble do unnoticed A man who holds hin head too high is likely to hit hia foot againnt a nttimp Tho nilencu of an habitual fault finder in praino for it RIOVH that he cannot find anything to blame TAKE NOTICE Note tho celebration over the ester works noted in next column ROOSEVELT RALLY There will Iw a great rally in DoteR on Saturday afternoon Q jtolxr 22nd with distinguished Hjcakorfl and good music NEXT SATURDAY OCTOHER 15 Thou will bo addresses mad music in Borea Tabernacle at 2 pIn Sev oral HjKakorH will give addretwcn Iec5nlly for young neon who are canting their first vote FROM WIDE King Peter of Son jn was anointed with grunt ceremony at Zlchn John IIolliugHlioad noted English author and journallnt IN dead in LondonTho original manuscript of Kealn Ilyp Orion In wild to have boon ac quired by tho Britinh Museum l The dattll from conRiimption of tho famous sculptor Hnrt latcH in Paris cmincfl loge rogrot wherever he was known Andrew Carnegie has agreed to provide 200000 for tho erection of ii control library nod four bninclioiin tho borough of Islington London During tho twist ten years the Pro ttwtunt population of India has incntamxl 01 per cent Buddhism in tho wimo period gained about 33 Ixr tout IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Divorce was the main subject Iwforo the Episcopal gonend convention at Boston Monday John II Sale and J W Bush of Louisville are out 1880 ouch by tho faitim of tho Nautical Educational Hchemo Tho announcement of tho appoint meat of Robert J Wynno ax Postman ter General wits mado by President RtxxkVeltTwuntysovonpersons worojdllcd and thirty injured in a on Missouri Pacific railroad near War ruimburg Mo Monday Tho funeral of the into Postmaster General Payne took plain in Milwau ken The remains were viewed in tho city roll by at least 25000 teoplo Tho report of tho chief of tho do jwrtniont of domestic exploitation of thu WorldH Fair shows that altogether- about 8000000 was expended on State building mid exhibits Forty four States Territories UtI1fI wjflflionH aro represented After a hanlfought contest Boston defeated Now York Monday at Amer ican League Park in tho first gone of tho doubloheader which winds up this years playing season This vie tory delivers the championship pOll nant of tho American League to the Boston club for another twelve months COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Ono Imalf tho bulsnesn section of Now Liberty Owen county Ky was destroyiHl by firo Reports from tho bcdsido of Col W C P Breckinridgo Sunday wore to tho effect that ho is resting easily hnproemclltt been subscribed for a non Y M C A building at Ilopkinsvillo An effort will bo mado to increase tho amount to 20000 liquorcigulRin Lexington Sunday but tho swoop- Ing order of tho previous Sunday was revoked Eastern capital is reported to ho Hooking a combination with interests in tho Loulsvillo Gas Company to establish hero a manufactory for tho byproducts of artificial gas among which are ammonia and aniline dyes Educational centers have an Inch nation towards Republicanism oa for example Georgetown whoro tho Republicans registered 481 votes 1ugainat 404 on tho part of Democrats Ton Deputy U S Marshals from Covington havo gono to Jackson Breathilt county to carry into effect tho order of the United States Court permitting time Broathitt Goal and Iron Company to survey a tract of laud known aa tho Rend v Gibson survey H4THE CITIZEN y oesoRejoice will them that do rejoice Boron College invites nil its friends and neighbors to participate in a GRAND CELEBRATION over tho groat gift of MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER to Mo brought live miles to Borca in iron pipes TImwdhrat earth on tho campus will bo spaded y sHon Addison Ballards tthin friend of tho great Ixjnofaclor of tho people- D K PEARSONS Addresses h DR BARTON of Chicago and DR- Cd1VI4E1 of Borca BAND and CHORAL MUSIC Coffee furnished for tHot Lunch Baskets and Cupst A NEW PICTURE OF SIGNOR MARCONI Signor Marconi tbo great developer of wireless telegraphy has not yet Jtnbllnlied a working system across the Atlantic but be has succeeded In keeping Atlantic steamships In constant touch with tho worlds news during Oicir voyage HllIMlHHHrarrIIlI +HH HiHHIl Ill H H+H I An Old FaorlteF4iI- HIiitti1iH I + +HMt1tEI1 +M 11 ARNOLD WINKELRIED I Oy Jmes Montgomery rlMl AKE way for Liberty ho cried Made way for Liberty and died ptoodAA wall whero every conscious atone Seemed to ltd kindred thousands grown A rampart all assault to burTill time to dust their frame should wear So dense ao still the Auatrlans stood A llvlnr wall a human wood Impregnable their front appear All horrent with projected spears Whoso Dialled points before thorn shine From flank to flank ono brilliant line Bright M the breakers splendor run Alone the blllowi to the sun Opposed to these a hovering band Contended for their native lands Pennant whose newfound strength hud broke From mealy necks the Ignoble yoke And forged their fetters Into words On equal terms to fight their lord And what Insurgent rngo had gained In many a mortal fray maintained Marshaled once more at Freedoms call They cease to conquer or to fall When he who conquered he who fell Was deemed a dead or living Tell Such virtue hod that patriot breathed 80 to tho soil his soul bequeathed That whcresoeer his Arrow now Heroes In his likeness grew And warriors sprang from every sod Which his awakening footstep trod And now the work of lifo and death Hung on the pnnslng of n breath The fire of conflict burnt within The battle trembled to begin Yet while tho Austrian held their ground Point for attack was nowhere found Wheroer the Impatient Jwltsor gnxed The unbroken line of lances blued The line twere suicide to meet And perish at their tyrants feet How could they rest within their graves And leave their homes the homes of slaves J I 111 I H+Jr+ HHI t Would they not feel their children tread With clanging chain above their heady It must not be this day this hour Annihilate tho opprcwior power All Switzerland Is In tho Held yleldShoHero gives her an Immortal date Few were the numbers olio could boast nut every freeman was n host And felt as though himself were he On whose sole arm hung victory It did depend on Ott Indeed Iiehold hlmArnold Wlnkelrled There sounds not to the trump of tams The eeheof a nobler name thronJIngraceTheAnd by tho motion of his form Anticipate tho bursting storm And by the uplifting of his brow Tell where the bolt would strike and how Out twas no sooner thought than done s The field was In a moment won Make way for Liberty ho cried Then ran with arms extended wide claspTen grasp Make way for Llbertyl lie cried Their keen points met from aide to side Ho bowed amongst them like n tree And thus made way for Liberty nyMakAnd through tho Austrian phalanx dart As rushed the spears through Arnolds heart While Instantaneous as his fall Bout ruin panlo scattered all An earthquake could not overthrow A city with a surer blow Thus Switzerland again was free Thus Death made way for Liberty t + 1L11 I H HIlI 1 Nol I BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS The Law of God and of the State There is reason to fear that some men do not realize tho sin of bribery at electionsWo electing officers to servo tho people mid do tho peoples busi ness anti it is tho duty of each voter like a juryman to vote for tho best candidate To sell a vote or buy one is really liko buying or selling a womans honor All tho laws of God against steal ing cheating and tho wrong use of publicoilico apply to bribery Judas was bribed to betray Jesus Christ KentuckyChaptor provide that one receiving a bribe receiving money or other things of procuriugorInfluencing from fifty to five hundred dollars find suffrageThoin addition to fine bo liable to im prisonment from 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hands And poppies In her garments too All prannfully she comes and stands And hold her soothIng arms to you Just so when you are through with strife And all worldweary on your way You reach tho ending of this lito For llfo Is but a little day There will bo naught to make you sad But all will be fair to your view You will bo comforted and glad When Nisht holds out her arms to you Clmaso Tribune A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEDHARDT Copyright 1901 t r J B LIppincott Company CHMTEU XIII COSTIXUED Her guest looked at her somewhat buspiiiously Such graclousness from such a source arils too unexpected to be received without reservation yet be was not to be outdone In courtesy Ah mndnm he wild ns he bent to kiss her hand you little know what a pleasure It is to me to receive so kind n welcome at your hands Tis doubly precious first because it comes your sweet self nnd second because it leads nio to believe that you will extend the welcome to embrace me not only as your guest but as your nephew Doubtless your niece WHO I see by her horse without the gate is now with you has already acquainted you with the happiness she has bestowed upon me in consent ing to become mywife I inn here to claim the consummation of that promise Advices from my general Cornwntlis tell me that our army Is to move und that my detachment may be scut into North Carolina I fear therefor it may be ninny days nay months before the fortunes of war permit me to return hither and cannot d ave without knowing that your nlre is under the protection of my name My good chaplain is with out prepared to make us one and I have butt to crave the hospitality of your roof and the boon of your bless ing for the completion of our happi ness Ynu cannot mean Mrs Kllery erica that you e plct to marry Jane here now My good man you are out of your senses Nay my dear madam never more in tlum j assure you Love isa great sharpener of wits Maybe so whom it has any to work Ills hostess retorted with asperity flinging aside her rule of utfuuillty hut you will find yourself upon a fools errund June Is in no moist for marrying I trow We will allow Mistress June to decide that for herself Motrouble yon to cull her Yes right gladly will I call her and let her rebuke your insolence as it deserves She stepped to the hall door June child come here Col Bessemer wishes to speak with youJane was astonished that her aunt should summon her but she pre burncd there must be some urgent causea message from her father and mother or her brother for she had seen through the window that Edward was not with the ollleers therefore she stepped tram the room into the hall Catching sight of her Bessemer went swiftly forward and took her hand I have come he said bending his bend nnd speaking In a low tone to claim the promise you mantle me My chaplain Is without prepared to marry us Dispatches from my gen oral OontwnlHs ns I have explained to your rant necessitate my Immedi ate departure I cannot leave with out knowing that you are surely mine bound to me by the sacred ties of matrimony Jane recoiled You cannot mean she exclaimed that have come nowIO marry me And why not Was it not to be when I chase True but surely you will give me snore time My fattier my mother evea JJ1brothrrreRothere YOU would not have Inc marry without their 1resence 01 nm confident you hove but this to test niy buy ally to my promise And if I Iludr he sneered it would heem the test liunv a severe strain tint the tepslonhnH brought your promise to the break ingpoint I4 wrong me nmiwereu f am ready to keep my promise but had expected mure charity In lime Yet at I recollect It here wall no question of time in our compact save aich tune aa should be of my choon- i r That is so and yet I inn surd you will not take It It I breech ydu to make your choice of n Inter dater Vou cannot consider It imiunKnnnlilu that I should link a little time for bllllIfwill grant me this Her every protest but served to increase Bessemers determination It mny be that my memory plays me false he ream ked yet it occurs to me that the other night you promised to marry me nt any mo ment Which might seem to me most expedient This Is the moment but if snch were not your promise then of course Such was my promise lilliif lint now that thin object for which that promise was given is attained I mnY whistle for the payment of my claim Is that your stand Well while I should have looked for fairer treatment nt the hands of a daughter of the Kllcrys anti the sister of your brother still Say no more Jane interrupted proudly I shall beseech no further lavors I am prepared to do your bidding Ah madam he observed It In your better self which speaks Ho turned toward the porch upon whlnh Mrs KHery hind remained impatient My dear aunt to be he said J am ft candidate for your congratulations Your beloved niece has promised to marry me at once Jane what folly is this her nunt cried It cannot be that you have submitted to tilt mans importu nities Ill I am ashamed of you You lire no niece of mine Dear stint Jane answered wearily It Is the keeping of a promise You would not have me break it- TiiRli the other woman ex claimed there are worse timings than broken promises 1 have seen the Ellerya make fools of themselves many a time to keep their word and regret It bitterly afterwards Thank God I have no silly Kllcry traditions back of me I nm n Morgan and a Morgan is not afraid to break a promise if by so doing greater crimes can be prevented and what greater crime could there be Jane than th perjury of swearing to love and honor this man when you know that you do neither Think you she con tinued that I will permit my house to be time scene of such n farce lever You must find some other spot Bessemer turned with lifted brows to Jane If she said in answer to his 100om mint will not permit us to be married under her roof she will not I am sure drive us from her gardenShe descended the steps as she spoke glad to get into the open for even the well vcntilated hall wns choking her Her pride forbade her to make another protest against the keeping of her promise and she was anxious to hlc the ordeal over jiosKciuer riutnniomd the chaplain anti the higher officers and with u brief but adroit explanation request ed the reverend gentleman to per form the ceremony That holy mow begun a hasty search for his hook tot being prepared for so startling n demand HcxHcniers brows con treated on the search lengthened While they all stood thus they were startled by tJioitu coming from the hill where the KHery mansion hUll once stood The Mhouts were followed hyflome scattering shuts which fell far short they were meant to do of the waiting group Upon time hill could be seen a gathering of many horsemen Oflleers and men turned eager eyes upon Besvemcr Would he respond to this challenge sent him from that distant point or would he proceed with his marriage But Bessemer hail been soldier before he was lover and to do aught but respond was not his nature With a hasty word to Jane a ringing command to his men he leaped into his saddle nnd iltt ied towards the eminence The horsemen whirled about Their mission was ncomplishcd to draw him from the KHery place Neatly dodging Edward with his pursuing force they hind galloped towards the Elijah Kllcry plantation only to find Bessemer there before them Worthlngton remembering Bessemers hand in burning Mrs Kllcrys other lioumnnd too far nit to recognize June hud not known but that Bessemers present mission was a marauding one To draw Bc emerK attention front the unprotected mistress of the house to themselves was the quick scheme of hula companion and himself Then began a lung chase amid n hot one Bessemers force was nearly quadruple his opponents and could he bole cornered them it would have meant their extermination but with their wirier steeds their kuowl edge of every hollow and ravine every rock and crevice he hind only the excitement of the race for hU pains yet it was not in him to give up so long as his wily foes let him keep them In sight and night over took him ere he abandoned the pur suit Returning disgruntled to the high way ho met a messenger from Corn wallls with nn Imperative summons to join the main nriny nt once How ever great the temptation might have been to tarry long enough to con summate his Interrupted marriage with Jane he svgs yet too great a stickler for discipline to do other wise than obey Irtstnntly the commands of his chief CHAPTKU XIV II U DID AWOOINO 00 It wile time second evening after lime Amttrlcatu had cleverly given the Drlllyli the slip that Capt Worth higtoii net forth from his father liiiiiM1 lima cuptuiuH jcmtlnentiil uni form hut been liml n ole mid he war attired In time nist approved rldlutf costume for irenU wii of that day Ills hightop boots so shone hunt you eunld Have used them fur mirrors with the grciitrat case lib knee llrvechis were nf finest brnadcloth the frill of his shirt were beauti fully pinked whil tho playful even lug lirerc toyed with his open coat Just enough to display its rich crim sun lining Those who hint seen him two days before would scared have thought he could turn out such n fopWhen he reached the KHery plnc5 and tlittmouuted to open the great gates whiuh led to the avenue time son was jiwt sinking behind the strip of woodland to the west while such of the wiMt windows of the mansion as were clu ftl blushed brilliant red under time ardor of its goodnight klIlRIThe low brunches of time handsome elms bent towards him with mur murous greeting n toad hopped from out the bordering grass and looked up nt him with bendy friendly eyes a dog came from round tho house amid rat towards him with Joyously wagjfinp tall and gay bark All bat spoke u gracious welcome When he reached the front dour there was no need to lift the heavy knocker for Gabriel lied caught sight of hint from somewhere within and hastened to meet him while Absalom carne to take hU horse a great concession Godfrey knew Yes sal Mofta Godfrey Missy Jane am home sad Gabriel de dared too sure of the fact to watt to nsk his young mbtreg about it Godfrey anticipating a Netter op portunity for private converse with Jane outntde declined the Imitation to enter tIll house And settled him self upon one of the seats which ran along the chic of the portico Lightningling wire lashing among JVNE UE ClUKD HOLDING OUT CiTII 1IVND8 time trees of time avenue n katydid set up a plaint in the wistaria vine beside liim In the lurk depths of the woods nn owl wus hooting The si lence of night wns falling nnd with It hind come the nightsounds Gabriel harried up to Janes room to announce Godfreys arrival anti not flndlnjf lien there hastened with the utmost confidence to Mr Kllery Kitting room for nt this tune in the evening Jane end her stepmother were likely to be with time invalid Gabriel did not know as the older serVmntA of the David lillcry house hold knew that young Worthington was not tn favor with Mrs KHery Jane who lurid been reading to her father let fall the book Into her lap at MM announcement of Worth ingtons nasal while Mrs Kllery dropped her embroidery An in slants uneasy silence pervaded the apartment The insolence said Mrs Ellcry nt lost How dare he come hers in this highhanded manner And how has he escaped the British When last we knew of him ho was their captive only saved by Col Bcsse mers great clemency from being a corpse Ko doubt he is now n fugi the fleeing from them and relies upon you Jane to aid his citcnpe or to hide him here Was there ever such nndnctiy Gabriel tell the man to be gone that under no considera tion will Miss Jane see him Up rose Jane and laid her book upon the nearby table with nn pm phntie slap You must permit me she said hooking coldly at her step mother and for once blind to the nervous frown which hind gathered upon lice fathers brow nnd to the wistful look which ever came into his eyes at sign of dlsagrcrmcnt between her nnd his ssifeIyou must permit me to deal with my visitors I see fit Gabriel you may EroIShe swept from time room out into the hall and halfway down the stairs and then she stopped stopped to collect her thoughts to still the flutter of her heart to plan her mode of procedure Godfrey sitting upon the portico gating into the peaceful night watt thinking of the beauty of tho sur roundlngM of the luxuriounncRH of Janes lmrneIt required no little courage no small amount of self confidence to ask her to leave It for him nod that she could think enough flll1n to xlo itaim that was the wonderful thing Vet If nil wojit well when this war wns over when American HicceHS sans assured an he never doubted it would be he could offer lice n mime scarcely less teantlfmilfor he would iiccept hili gninilfuthcrH offer to manage for him his estates in Vir ginia Jiottlfil In till I1J11t whit House under the Virginia oaks walnuts Jam would miss lint little of time luxury of her present abode There was n flutter of white upon the ktulrciihe a soft step neroxH the Unit Godfrey ttprang to his feet Jane ho cried holding out both hands but the one hnnd lane gars him was olllcolll den mite the fr grunt warmth of the night Ah lane cried Worthlngton the heat of his own rintitioim making him Impervious for the Home to time chill of her ilrnteannr Less I him longed for tills innmeut fur tills opportunity to see you almd that bessel night when yon saved my lift anti did fur more thnn sawn ltniBile It worth tho living by tell lug me thut you loved me It neeiiu Inuredlliie that hut four days huve passed since then They seem rather like fur months to tagging has been each moment until I oouhl agnlu bo With you With an effort Jane freed her hand from its strong elnup and moved away from hint to the feign of true portico Cupt Worthingtlln she said wlthmii looking nt hllllofl pray thnt you will forget that night and that occurred then Let ns cancel It front our memory Cancel If he gasped Cancel It June what do you mean It this BOiiie Joke some whtlctom that I am too dull to see the humor off Nay sine answered half turning towards him and speaking In n voice whose kwoetntfwi wus lost In over timings when I tell you thud I am hetroilied to Col IIcMeiner you will poMiihlv aa nIl Bt tiothed to Col Bessemer And sluice when l1u cuie closer Since when Were you VIIS he trothmt to hint tint night when you risked your life to save nine when what mnde that life worth the acing was the belief that yon gbirtflrd It bynor love Tell me June were you betrothed to CoL 1leMmrr then He laid his hand upon her firm She ylirnnk hneklollfletM SiiuiV And with time memory of that iiiRht before you Nu I still not hoists It You tire playing with me hilt seelHng to tctt mf lneeniyf- aith in you Know then that there Is no test you can firing to bent which it will not stand f bellexr in you In your faithfulness ne I bo licvc in God The fflrt threw out lien han In n gesture lit despair How lard bow bitterly hnrd ho was making It He came still closer ll4Mk lo me b loved he wild Tell why yon thought It necessary to jut the to thl test She itinpeil her brink In main if her IViijitnlldii WMK hers 1nz her eltisr prrt ltig her to throw ncrxell Into In nrtnfc to toll him all to nc rjnalut him with that wretched lam gatt sin hUll nmili hut jf she BluMiM yield fshe Hlioiilil tell hint WMRI then It viitihl mean the forfeit flf his JiflOr BenMiuers Stiejinew ttitr l4 would never test one or time oihir had paid time penalty Xo io honor duty rvt rytbing It mrmlil that she hcmeU no other Khould pay the price It wile isle whi had lime the bargaining she Iim imnghtVllh her eyes open nail wn the loc too great to jwy tar them which t lie lied bought 111th th liUng jdtiii betide her otinhl he rn pre t her purrhnie If chic had It I il i over would she notaFsin tie what the h4d done Just to know that llC sync In thin world sssc tint to pay any pries for She turned to the figure benlil her in stress of excitement Cnpt WrUjll lon she sold wr oft il that vkJich our cooler Juilpmeiit ilur not prove You and hair beta from childhood I liee bier lookctlupon you asn brother foci life is nearly as precioiw to me a my awn brothers That night whet hind devised a wny to nvo It nil you wre so laggard In availing yom stilt of the opportunity = Yoi5 He bunt his dark hwid ti vardshcr A tuft footetl dusky figure hnd minute before lighted the tree in rnmllni which stood upon the enrve cnMnet within the hall The high xhone through the broad entrant nod spread across the portico btu Jnne resolutely kept her face tunie towards the twilight which w deepening Into night and time hrll linnt glow at her back served rathis to threw her features Into shadow thun tii betray their emotions And you wlmt Jane iodfre prodilesl gently She clasped nnd unclasped he hands nervously The task she linn set herself was n lacerating one but she went on with It bravely If falteringly tAml It may be thnt IIn ny anxiety thnt my oldtime friend thai Mnry hrollmer should not reckl sdlj throw the chnnce of saving hU lit nway It mny be that In the burry of the moment In the press ol erowilihg events Iled you to be lleve my lellIngIIIIl stopped nm then the gathered her determination niidcyntlniicd were of a differed charoctr Jane The cry was thnt of wounded nnlmal There was n heavy Kllnicc welghcc upon her side with rising fear wltl the strangling of loving impulses upon his with n gnthering torrent of tingor that swan nwecping away the daze time blow hind caused him Whirl next he spoke his voice was marsh And he sdhl at last hills Kllery hnd resort that night to hci wellknown talent for netlng onoo her irilmy glftK to deceive me hit the hcllej tint the life she offered wn really of value JJow that 1 nm IK ijuuinttil with its mm worth yn may be sure ishall guard It well lie strode down time steps micros th gravel Intu the jrloomy Interim nf the uveiiuu lit hob irgotten the his horse was In the Ivlhry stable Ont through the wide gate t he went into the dusty road over time milt that hiyhulweet his hone andJunox and June Htlll leaned u white nm broken figure ugutnit time pillar o the porticoITo Da Continued e ra ll- oUULJO JPit irtb A TALK ON TILE DRAINING Simple Essentials Which Will Assure Work That Will Last and Prove Effective In my experience I have learned that as a rule tiles of too small capacity Lave been laid with the expecta tion of carrying away the vast volume of water that often suddenly collects In deep depressions after heavy rain FourInch tae Is often required and n tllo of less than three Inches in diem eter Inside measurement should never be used The work of grading the bot tom of the ditch for the reception of the tllo often results In failure owing to depressions or Irregularities re maining where tilt or other foreign matter accumulates In the tile thus obstructing the flow of water The final grade of a ditch should never bv finished especially where a doubt exists In regard to required fall without tho aid of a level and the work should never bo trusted to the eye of anyone no matter how expert TILE DIIA1N IBVHL I once employed a professional ditcher to drain a slough or pond hole and owing to its failure to perform Its work the tiles were taken up and the bottom of the ditch properly graded with a level when It was discovered that the grade at tho outlet of the ditch was 18 Inches higher than the point It was Intended to drain Of course such a piece of work proved of short dura- tIon and very expensive It oftcfl happens that the outlets of drains are allowed to become obstruct ed with silt coarse grass etc render- Ing them nearly or quite useless To those who may contemplate the Improvement of their farms by Inaug crating a system of tile drainage but are deterred front doing so owing to the impossibility of obtaining a profes atonal ditcher allow me to state that the services of ordinary farm help with the oversight and auUtancn of the farmer himself give as good If not better results Where a suitable fall is plainly visible It Is not essential that a level be used providing the bot tom of tho ditch has an even grade and Is free from Irregularities nut where a doubt exists a level as shown Ih the accompanying diagram should be used In the device a and b represent tho base of level 1Gysfeet long six Inches wide tapering to two inches at the ends c and d the plumb Indicating on e the amount of fall per rod A wire or wooden guard at f keeps the plumb bob d from flopping about The up right Is six Inches wide at base where It Is mortised Into the long strip a b and two and onehalf inches wide at the top The braces are two Inches wide and male from oneInch pine Irving D Cook In Orange Judd Farmer LITTLE MARKETING HINTS Shippers Should Study the Condition of Trade Rather Thad Depend- on Luck Of all the practical point In farming there is not one that has greater claim on the attention of the raiser of farm products than the art of marketing Many a farmer puts tons of energy Into produc ing fint class fruits cereals or live stock and when It comet to putting them on the market acts with childish Judgment that loses him many a One margin that ho might gain There Is no better way to practically Illustrate the market feature of farming than for farmers to visit their markets a few times each year and eee Just how their commission men handle their consignments There are Innumerable lit tie hlnta a farmer of good Judgment can pick up any time he visits a large pro duce or live stock market He should study very carefully tho beat seasons to market his produce and when tho market looks favorable should hustle his consignments in as promptly as pos sibleThe shipper must bear In mind that there are a few honest commission men at least and that being on the ground from day to day must know the market better than a man looking at it at long range As a rule the seller of live stock does his best to get the top price but he must follow tho market What the shipper or producer of live stock vege tables or fruit must look out for la to get what the market wants and when It Is wanted To Illustrate the point I will tell of a conversation a first ciass butcher had with a seller of cattle Your cattle look all right said the butcher but I am going slow because this year all cattle that have had any grass kill spongy We must make an allowance on that It has been that way this year This Is only one phase of tho business and serves to show that the shipper must ever keep In mind tho exact state of the trnta and to closely follow Its vagariesbutgnod frequently aids thb ship Judgment on market conditions to better than trusting to hickSherwood In Ohio Farmer Duller will not keep well If over worked so that MB natural grain Is do stroyed The overworking tends to smash the globules of the butter and to give it a greasy feel DESTROYINGTHE CURCULIO Experience Rna Taught That Prompt Removal of Windfalls Ileiptit1Along the Work Wo have frequently called the alien tion of our readers to tho Importance of destroying the windfalls of the or chard as a means of lessening the fu ture damage from insect pests Somo experiments recently conducted along this lino emphasise the lucortance of this method of Insect destruction and also furnish a basis for its practical applicationIn of tho curcullo which causes the stings that appear on ap pies It has been found that the Insect will not develop unless tho apple drops from tho tree Therefore It the winds falls were carefully destroyed through out an entire neighborhood this pest should be almost ellmlno In tho experiment referred to onoIhalf of the orchard was supplied hogs to est tho windfalls while In the other half these were left to decay on the ground The results showed a marked contrast between the condition of the apples In tho two halves of the orchard notwithstanding the tact that tho adult insects have wings to faclll tate their movement Much of the damage observed In tho treated part of the orchard was thought to be the work of Insects from the untrevted portion This Injury grew less as the distance from the untreated part of the orchard Increased And right her we wish to tall attention to the Impor tance of preventive measures being adopted by tho fruit growers of a whole neighborhood Ono nnkopt or chard will grow enough Insects to stock tho orchards of a whole commun- Ity and so long as any such orchards exist the efforts of neighbors la rid their orchards of Insect enemies will be to a certain extent annulled There s perhaps nothing connected with ag riculture wherein cooperation Is of greater Importance than in the com batting of Insect pests To return to the consideration of the apples nays the Prairie Farmer it It ImpcrtAnt that tho windfalls be removed and destroyed at least once each week as the curcullo will begin to emerge from the fallen apples It left on the ground longer than seven days In the above experiment applied to a half dozen different orchards the re moral of all windfalls every eared days practically prevented the develop meat of the earache beetle CROPS IN YOUNG ORCHARD Cow Peas and Denies May Bn Planted with Apples Without Injury- to the Soil Apple trees set permanently should stand In rows 30 feet apart However li jtheAn early apple tree begins to bear soon er than the late r lety Its vitality being exhausted wmn It his borne for eight to twelve years The late variety Is then Just beginning to give tbo best crops and will continuo to do so At this period In the trees life the top has grown and spread to a considerable extent but the room occupied by the early fruit can now be reserved for the lato fruit In raising crops in an orchard study what chemical tho crop you Intend to plant will take from the ground For Instance potatoes oats wheat and rye take or assimilate the potash from the ground therefore they should not be planted In an orchard tho trees need all the potash they can get Corn takes less potash from tho ground and may be planted Care should bo taken not to plow Into the roots of the trees Cow- peas may also be planted In an orchard A nursery man who lived near us told me ho made a practice of planting cow- peas and In the fall when they ripened he turned his hogs In Of tonne the hogs root but they smooth the earth down under the trees so the roots are not exposed to tho frost He considers this method one of the best ways to cul tivate an orchard Small fruit such as strawberries raspberries etc may also be cultivated In an orchardsCecil Abel Todd In Epltomlst ti1 i A USEFUL LITTLE DEVICE For Lifting Out Dead Peach Stumpsiand Small Grubs It Will Bo Found of Much Vie Tho Jacking shown In the Illustra thou Is used for lifting out dead peach stumps and small grubs nt alt kinds t LIFTING OUT TRUES Any handy man can make one The upright Is two and onehalf foot long three Inches thick and eight Inches wide Dottom plank Is ono and one half feet long and same dimensions aa upright Brace Is of samo material and Is 22 Inches long and put In place I as per cut Cut Into upright and base enough to give a good shoulder to brace Secure same with onohalflnch bolts and If made of good hard wood It will toad the strain of the strong cat team rite tdvantage of Jack Is that It raises tho object to tie puReft straight up Oranga Judd Furmer 3THE CITIZEN 1 F11t1iI I The Home Jennie L83TBR SILL Editor I II I I I II 14 11 +111 I IH I I I Horn Economies Wo menu by homo economics the Irvinginto tho family what tho Ixxly in to tho Boul Just IIH tho soul cannot ronch itg hight flt development unless it in in n sound oily BO tinny families have nn unhappy homo life Ixcauno tho hound in which it to lived lit In unhealthyIn studied all phi1at art which bear yen tho homo std family life HOUSE AND LOCATION Do not ldldn house on low ground if it can lx avoided lH cautu min water ntnnding on the ground around tho hour soon Ixscomes stag nunt and full of disease germs If jxoplo urn on tho hills around you you will naturally tint mill Jho impur 1111111Imruunlll on low ground them should Ie good to curr II 1ISEMI that minnliino is let into each room wine tine during tho tiny for muwhino is one of till Ixwt disinfect mints Sliade tntfiaru verylM aiitiful and thuclllllluch to tho comfort of u horn but they nliould not shutout entirelyThe should face the MJiitli ItfcauHO till Htm will strike them fairer and wire as a disinfect ant I f the soil on which the house built is clay it should lx well drain tl iMfnuwi clay soil in very heavy nod not HO porous as windy nod anti there fore the water will stand on it if not tirninedOff It is n good plot to have n strip of forest north and west of the IIOUKO to protect it from cold in winter and cool time air in summer It will also furnifth shelter to stock std to small fruit tree which you tray plant DIn PARSONS The above wan hnndixl in us a written exercise in the class in Homo Economics pew it on to show whit pnivtical timings our girls are learning in Iterea f JENNIE L HILL u hII1t HHHHHHHHI The School I JOHN WIRT DI5 MORE Editor HHHHH1HHlHlHllH A Haphazard Education In 1875 tho country schools in time South wero of vane only ns n wgiiiiiig Since then a considerable ndvumv huts been nude but it is not at all sulllcient says the Mem phis CollllltlrclnlApltiJ In some rfHjMfls wo have actually retrograd ed During that quarter of a eeu fury tin opiilation has increaseil uU ut 70 llr tvnl time number pf teachers iaNlelll doublinl time value of school dmjxrly has IKVII quail rupltnl but time average iminlxr of days of attendance has increased on- lyt from 03 to i10nmid the average mural payof tho teachers has actually decreases from 105 in 1875 to 15575 iu IS00 Tie amoumit of mousy uxH nded per capita has in creased from 81 cents to 181 Nothing can ho more humiliating to us than Uiese figures Of course we clan plead tho desolation of war and tho blight of reconstruction After impoverishednot rhuchoclllluch longer and it is facts and at tempt n remedy Tho South is largely nil agricultural section and 1itis desirable that tho farmer should an intelligent and well educated man Tho school term in tho country should bo xh1lltltlTho haphazard way of conducting thom should bo almudoned Time teachers should le letter jwiid nnij thus n bettor class of teachers secured Not only that but time standard of education should bo roiled Encouraging Local Industries Tho legislature of Mississippi has IHHJII asked to submit for adoption a constitutional amendment under which counties may levy special taxes for the purpose of raising funds for time erection of cotton mills Com taunting on this tho Knoxvillo Jour mini and Tribune wisely says If tho people of Mississippi mud of tho south waul to give encouragement to local industries the WilY to go about it is to levy n tax for tho organization mid maintenance of industrial schools in which time young on may bo given un education that give them on courogemcnl to embark in such labor employing enterprises ns time south needs That isfuttslble nnd send like that sown would soon begin to respond with nn abundnnt and a profitable harvestGive tho young men of tho south tho power to do something and they will do it If more and bettor local industries are wanted and theyare needed clothe the young non with thu knowledge that is power that gives men confidence in themselves old in their capacity to accomplish results and wo will havo time local in dustries in abundance in every state and county and town in all this south ern country Tho encouragement tho legislature may give is to povido tatter menus for tho education of tho youth of tho land A Lovo Lottor Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salvo for Sores Burns or Piles Oilo Doddof Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25o at past End Drug Store I I I I I I I I I I I I I I tlt11ttThe Farm SILAS CBEBVBR HASOIf B4ltort IttI I 111 A Nation of Vegetarians Striking thought tho decline in limit consumption as shown by tho ceiiauB rex rt in nono of us will take it evidence Unit wo eat less gen erously than our ancestors Indeed AtnericntiH an u jxoplo never fared lxU r in food than they do today To snake up for tho decreased meat diet timers is but one way to turn Have wo increased our vegetable food our wheat corn oats jwtatoes garden vegetables fruits sugar Time cenmiH gives interesting re suits In IfJuO Americans consumed 430 bushels of wheat for each 100 HrnotiH in 1000 023 bushels u very marked rise Corn and jwta toes give very similar percentages of increase But tho most surprising change is in tho consumption of oats prexuinably on account of till im proved methods of tho manufacture of oatmeal U0 bimhels in 1850 to tSO in 1800 over fourfold in forty yearn During tho unit decade how over the eonmimplioii of oatmeal him lost ground relatively dropping to HOI bushels for each 100 jwrwns Thin decrease is probably due to tho substitution of other cereal and breakfast foods which have in tome families wholly takcu tho place nfxxitmcnl Now take tho market garden products fruits and sugar Anyone who will stop to think of tho present day grocery store with its rows upon rows of inviting canned hOlltomatoes corn Teas beans and nil manner of fruits nail of tho excellent displays of green vegetables and fresh fruits from hucklelmrries to water niellons will find himself convinced of tho importnut part these foods piny in our common diet Aunt thou our candy item our preserves item no ono whoso memory CUll supply n comparison of time study stores of thirty years ago with those of today eau fail to lx impressed with tho in crease of supple consumption Hero indeed the figures tolln striking story in 1850 each man woman snit child In America nto 23 jwiinds of sugar in 1000 05 pounds of sugar And in tho 20 years since 1880 tho productsthan threefold And hero is another interesting point ten years ago potatoes out ranked market garden products snore than two to ono Tho last census puts thom in tho opposite relation jtolatoort falling behind by nearly ten million dollars Ono of tho most striking features of this increased of market garden products is illlllcntloel by tho remarkable increase of laud covered by glass to supply our modern hills pf faro with early and Into I green stuff It is scarcely begunitsIt1Dtroportagver three hundred acres NewIPennsylvania and in Now Jersey with over two hundred acres each in Illinois null Massachusetts In Pear sons Magazine for October Confession of a Priest Her Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice consulted a number ol physicians and tried allsorts of medicines but got no relief Thon I began this use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured ota disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by East End Drug Co Only 50o SEVERE FIGHTING It Resulted in Temporary Check of Gen Kuropatkins Ad vance Guard NOT A GENERAL ENGAGEMENT Tho Superiority In Numbers of tho Russians Will Compel the Jap anese to Fan Hack Everything Points to That District at Being the Prospective Scene of the Decisive Struggle of This Years Campaign St Petersburg Oct 12 Severe fighting north of Ycntal resulting In a temporary check of Gen Kuropat Wna advance guard of which the prose correspondent at Mukden telo graphed tho first news Is not regard ed at tho war office as indicating a general engagement Tho latest offi cial dispatches Indicating tho disposi tion of tho various corps shows that the whole army Is not yet In lino of battle The present engagement may therefore be regarded as tho result of a counter attack which an enterpris ing too like the Japanese might bo expected to make but without any cal culatlon to prevent tho Russian ad- Vance Gen Kuropatklns present su periority in numbers it Is hold here Is bound sooner or later to compel the Japanese to fall back upon their strong positions within the triangle formed by Yentas Llao Yang and Syk wantun Everything points to that district as being tho prospective scene of tho decisive struggle of this years campaign Strategic reasons of tho most weighty character render It Im perative for the Russians as well as- tor tho Japanese to bestow their chief attention upon the country cast of the railway Tho Russians are compelled to this course because tho railroad runs north eastward and hence lines of communication aro more vulnerable from tho east Tho Japanese are Influenced by a similar consideration but the rail road no longer plays a foremost part In their plans In view of the approaching close of navigation at Yin kow and of tho fact that the line from PIUowo Is long and cumbersome and liable to Interruption they must con sider Feng Wang Cheng and Taku shan as the source of supplies during the winter and with this In view tho eastern communications of Line Yang are of tho utmost importance Tho Yen tal triangle Is admirably situated to protect them Field Marshal Oya ma must therefore hold this triangle at all coats Tho problem confronting Gen Kuropatkln In tho immediate fu turo Is the capture of the fortified heights composing this trianglo whore tho Japanese will havo tho advantage of fighting behind breastworks and utilizing their superiority In mountain guns Tho general superiority of the Japanese In mountain operations Is conceded The Russian commander undoubtedly is aware of tho difficul ties of tho task before him has meas mired them well and is confident of his ability to overcome them USED MAILS TO DEFRAUD James TobIn Convicted and Sentenced to the Penitentiary Cairo Oct 12 James Tobin was convicted In tho United States court hero on tho chargfDf using the malls to defraud and was sentenced to a term In the penitentiary Toblns victims wore Chicago real estate men Tobin represented to them that ho lived In Minnesota and that ho know of sonic valuable land that was owned by certain heirs In Illinois and Indl ana who not knowing the value of the land would close out cheap Tho Chicago men entered tho deal and from each place where an heir was supposed to live Tobin sent for money to closo the sale After receiving a considerable amount In this manner Tobin disappeared but was discovered and finally captured at Union Ind Will Pass Through Danish Waters Copenhagen Oct 12rtt is learned form an excellent source that the Rus sian rattle fleet will leave Ltbau Oc totter 14 and pass through Danish wa Lure High Russian naval officers will Investigate tho Danish waters before tho passage of the fleet The Brig Boxer Launched Portsmouth N H Oct 12The United States brig Boxer tho first of herclass was successfully launched at tho Portsmouth navy yard Tuesday Tho Boxer is to bo used as a training ship by tho naval academy at Annapolis Nearly Three Hundred Drowned Toklo Oct 12The Japanese gun Pigeonflay18 and sank Only four of her crow were rescued Nearly 300 were drown ed by tho sinking of tho Hoycn Lands to Be Sold Washington Oct 12Thu 9crctary of tho Interior has Issued an order dl recting that tho 130000 acres of unsold lands of tho Red Lako Indian reservation In Minnesota bo placed on sale Immediately at U per nero Presented to the President Washington Oct 12Daron Stern burg tho Gorman ambassador Introduced to the president Tuesday Marco Graf Von Ballcstrom an omcer of mho German army who is mfeldng a of this country tourI Quarterly Report of The Berea Banking Company- AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30th DAY OF SEPT i1904t 1 Loans and discounts 75 run 46 4 Duo from NaUoDRI BanksS 16 482 82 8 Other Real Eatnto 300 00 12 Specie 316300 13 Currency 180082 4 463 82 10 Furniture and Fixtures 4 042 36 18 Current ExponaosLasta Quarter ifx I 1 831 90 4 S t Total 102 757 86 STATE OF KENTUCKYeCounty Packages 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Profits 565118 4 Due as viz Deposits check on which interest is r c not paid SGI 87 Time certificates of do on whidh inter est is paid 81 74 074 GS Checks ill 70 r Amount of last dividend rxxnUU experiaa IOMCI Intercut- nml f deducted be foro and was not Itlli than of net proairot for by dividend carried mirplnii fund before Mid divi d was declared Yes Section Btat Total 102 75783 Potter of Boron Banking Town duly is Bank of Sept of and belief of bank transacted fore W iortor W H POUTER of C C By EARLY E jj your as I5000JO Grocer another strictest annoyed For when Stock 9410 therefrom Boron Great Worlds Contestl Iwill get them in the fWhat will be tile total popular vote cut 4 for President votes for all can- didatesk combined the election JINovember 8 1904 In 1000 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct estl mates received in Woolson Spice Com t beforeNovember fsecondetc as follows v 1 rrlse S2BOOOO 1 second rrlse 100000 2 Prizes160000 100000O Prizes 20000 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They do not gripe sick en or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to thejtissues and organs of the stomach liver and bow cols Sold by East End Drug Co d letter ittiltitfii Are Sfamtfc tu 11r Entail iIaiuUiriBy DR GERALD M WEST of New York cir IS of course very difficult to draw lines of demarcation and classify the American families ns one might separate the classes in another country like England for instance But it is a fact that the American family while smaller nowI is a choicer article considered front the ethnologists view point The child 01 the modern American family lives longer is sturdier taller more robust than the children of similarly placed families a generation ago Small families are the rule among Americans of sev eral generations nativity in the New England states As one goes westward the families decrease in size Hut in the middle west and on the Pacific slope the American families arc good to look upon from the coldly scientific viewpoint The yotmg and women of the middle and far west are bigger taller stronger and finer in every way than thcirgrandparcnts were The modern American pnrcnt would rather have fewer children and have them sturdy athletic progeny well educated than more anti less well cared for children Many reasons may be advanced for his coming to this conclusion As one l descends in the intellectual scale one becomes mOro ani mal Among the ignorant and shiftless the responsibilities of pnrtjntiue arc nil and the progeny are plentiful As a people grow in culture thy realize what the responsibilities of parentage are life is mor j pre cious and modern hygiene goes far to prolong and improve the ma The luxuries of this generation arc necessities of the next genera tion The struggle for wealth to enable one to have more I uries means smaller families The average American parent wants hid IIlt5I and girls to have the best education possible to have goc I c o wear and good things to eat lie would rather have two o cute chil dren and have them all a credit to him and to themselves than lyvtt half a dozen for whom he could not provide all the comforts even lujuirics that he can provide for a smaller number The statistics sliov that and also tile number of pupils iirtlic military schools the high schools and the academics is constantly in creasing in faster ratio than the population too The city bred child of to day born of purely American parentage is well cared for from infancy usually He is well nourished and the curriculum of his school be it public or private inculcates the value of hygienic surroundings bathing wholesome food and rational ti rdeI He goes in for amateur athletics and frequents swimminir hallo and the gymnasia of the vicinity His mind is kept alert by ITJ stir roundings and his mind expands with his chest The country child is now securing the same advantages in crtuli form but generally lie is regarded as possible producing factor long before his city bred cousin is so regarded In the country larger fam ilies are the rule for several reasons Qui more mouth to feed one more back to clothe does not mean much diminution ot the fancily exchequer and on the other hand the new boy or girl will soon focjjelpful around the farm and be able to take care of himself So the country is likely to be larger than the city family wnn and Jrnf- rssinnul tlil1nli By REV R KIDNER In Germany we arc they have an edu cated proletariat by which phrase is meant a mass of idle uiwcr sitybrermelt yet we nave no such cla sin country but one hears from time to time of college graduates who cannot get employment Undoubtedly there are more professional ahools in America the community needs The Maintenance of so many sepafate plants Is costly and wasteful and tends also to the lowering of the Uiulirit Young men insufficiently equipped for the schools of highest lopuia tion turn aside to weaker ones where they give an inferior tr lIninG Overproduction of graduates follows inevitably the tnultiplioaiiui vl schools and the young man with a professional training frOth it inV creasingly difficult to get a ioothold in life to discover aspot where his craft is in demand But the situation is by no means serious and for two reasons First natural selection and the survival of the fittest apply here as elsewhere in the universe Nature nhvays produces more young life that she needs If all the herring spawned grcwto be adult fish the At lantic liners would have to go olit of business They could not push their way across It is the fit herring the fit sapling the fit robin which survives If only just enough young lawyers and doctors wertj turned out by the schools selection would be impossible Neither wt nor nature could make it We should have totake what was offered whether it was fit or not It goes without saying that not every graduate is fit to be a lawyer or a doctor Society passes on their fitnessi takes time to do it It is fair that enough specimens shall be proV vided to give a reasonable range of choice IAnd secondly the situation is not serious because of the adaptibil our people Our professional graduates try their hand at thcii professions for a few years and if they dont succeed they have sense enough to turn to something else They arc not deterred by a false pride A ifuropean much concerned with keeping up appearances much controlled by the caste spirit would shuderat the thought of going into an occupation supposed to be beneath his dignity He would rather drag along r parasite existence begging from rich rela tions or receiving pittance in some petty official position than go into trade or set honestly to work our graduates show a fine versatility all know men bred to be lawyers doctors andminis ters who are doing good work in otv fields and winning success ius ifelpt urirIii By MISS ANNA BOWEN SecretarY Clgir Stripper Union ot America told this thai end But We What has so from the unicn ago the working class were not considered This conch t Ion has changed through the working class organizing I believe and making the realize that their employes are not mere machinery Wageearners work shorter hours which them to the comforts of life and give them time to improve their education if they wish to As they have benefited themselves in every way they certainly have benefited society in general The members organized labor today are considered an important elements si society end arc a factor in it As benefit jcicty derived trades Years member ol society bosses enable enjo of IJ 6lnlt4tM THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for October 10 1004 = EHsha and the SUunnmmlte Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher CopyrlRht J90I by J M Kdao- nIi HON TEXT OJ Klnc 4ISJ7 Memory verso 20 15 So she went lId came unto the mAn of God to Mount Carmel And It came to pane when the mnn of God saw her afar off that he paid to Qehaxl his servant lie hold yonder Is that Shunammlte- K Itun now I pray thee to meet her and my unto her Is It well with then U It well with thy husband li It well with the child And oho answered It la well And when she came to the mAn of God to the hill llhe caught him by the foci but lehiiil came near to thruat her away And the man of Ood aid let her alone for her lIaul U vexed within her and the lord bath hid It from m and hath not told me So Then she sold Did I desire a lOll of my lord Did I not say Do not deceive met n Then he sand to Ohnil Gird up thy loins and takn rny Bluff In thine hand knd go thy way If thou meet acy man laluto him not and If any valuta theo aniwcr him not again and lay my alt upon the face of the chIld 30 And tho mother of the chili raid As the Lord llvtth and as thy soul Hveth I will not leave thee And he aroao aKd followed her U And Cohazl passed on before them and laid the star upon the face ot tho child but there was neither voice nur hearing Wherefore he went again to meet him and told him ear Ing The child la not awaked And when Itllaba was oorae Into tho bobold the child was dead and laid fit his bed Ha went In therefore and hUt tbe door Spoil them twain and swayed unto the Lord Aid be went op and lay upon the child land put his mouth upon hits mouth and his eyes upon hli eyee and hla hands upon bps hands and he stretpbvd hlmawlt upon the child and the nub of the child waxed warm K Then bit returned and walked In the bouee to and fro and went up and tretched hlmtrlf upon him and tko child snf ezed- evena times and the child opourd his eyas re And he called Qebazl and said Call this Shunumralte do be oulrd her And when she was come In uato him he said Take up thy son r Then she wont In and tell at bH feet and bowed herself to the ground and leek up her ton and went out 8CKIITUICAU SHcrlo The whole story of the Sbutuimmlto woman boelanlnc at verse GOLDEN TBXTTho sift of ODd le otcrnnl life through Je ua ChrUt our Lore Rom ea a few mllea south of Noxarrth Bamarla the prolxbU hum of Kliiha and Mount Carmel where thr prophet often sought retirement Burdened Souls Succored Projiheti Inuonco Gained iVa 25 I1ITbe first thlng that Impresses it iiMn us In connection with this lesson Is tho desperate need ot this brokenhearted mother tier only by the gift of God to her for her kindness to the prophet lJ Kings 817 had- died Buddcnty probably from sunstroko t Vs 1620 Ah what a heartbreaker death U And God lathe only Ono who can heal the cruel wounds Tho Shunammlte would not carry her bur den alone Sho must go to the prophet of God The sisters In the stricken home at Bethany would not carry their burden alone They must tell Jesus John 113 In her sorrow the Shnnammlto was not rebellion There U a beautifully touching suggestion In verso 21 where she look her lifeless darling and laid him on the bed of the prophet of faiths submission to God God bad given and God had taken away Job 11Imite must have Ellsha GehaMs part In this story U suggestive of the bin drances which may lie In the pathway of the seeker after God of the futility of human means to restore life It reminds us of the disciples failure to heal the demonc son and of the final applet to Jesus Luke 9 3743 Why should we be content with the Gohazl when we may have the Christ Himself Note three things ln connection with prophet the Shunammltee Interview wltb the The soul unburdenedshe the prophet all toldI 2 The oul hanging onAs Ji vah llvcth and as thy soul Hveth I will not leave Ihce The Jacob spirit Gen 3220 Is the spirit that always obI talus tho cooperation and help of God Nyte the parallel In this particular between the Shunammlte woman and the Syrophenlclan woman Mark 7 2529 3 The soul triumphant And he arose and followed her Tile HlesshiB Obtained Vs 3237 The prophet saw the need before him he heard the mothers sobs ho knew her desire but before he could serve her he must seek the Lord In he must learn Gods will Then prayeriI ready to lay out his life for the the child Mouth to mouth eye to eye hands to hands Ills vitality going Into the cold dead frame of the boy And at last the responding lifelife given from God In response to faiths plea and loves sacrifice of self Here Is a lesson for every servant of God With dead souls all about and Christ waiting to give life we need to get Into close contact with them we need to put mouth to mouth and eye to eye anti bands to hands In order that we may warm to the llfeBlvlns power ot Jesuit Faiths plea and loves sacrifice will bring the awakening thrill and the opening eye and lost souls all about us will be saved Let us give ourselves to the task aa unreservedly and earn estly as did the prophet Nuggets from the Rams Rom- A true saint never needs to seek per ahead depends on more than head power The only way to Insure happiness U to deserve it Loves old method Is good enough for modern needs As the crude ore to the steel so Is the Immaturity of youth to the tempered graces of age It Is no use leading some sheep into the green pastures they would only sIghtot the briars over the fence SOMETHING FOR NOTHING What Former Governor Altgeld of Illinois Had to Say to the Liquor Trnttic In former Gov John P Alteclds new book Just published Thb Cost of Something for Nothing occurs a passage concerning the liquor t raffle which might have been written by ono of our own reformers says the Union SignalIn America tho liquor traffic has yielded great profits both In manufac turing and In retailing and men en gaged lu tide uiislnevd show for n tune evidence of prosperity Some of tin punt palatial homes In this coon try belong to brewers and distiller their equipages are the bast and their manner of living Is sumptuous Ono generation of brewers and dill tillers In America line ixiued away nnd we can study Jfanlr lies and ilea Judgment on their work The must Impressive tiling that strikes the ob ftllIPrWItIIof tarn of ability hrewdnw sad sates prise but they ate men of kindly 1m pulses and Inclined by nature to be i generous and owe of them paesce a considerable culture Why should A blight Unnu over thorn Is the moral taint In their tHJSlHew that comes home to thorn with Us trail of death Why ay moral tnint Ileramie the effect of the whole btulnett at new conducted In to rotor to the weAk JA NATIONAL PROBLEM jUSL1noMM to destroy the eharadUr sad lower tho social status of men and uf communities nnd this Ueninralhtatton and ruin roaches luck to the oacco front which it sprang VlbnitlanH In tho atmosphere move In a circle In all directions from the point of disturbance anti all that trine within that circle feel more or lew of the shuck ID the tralne In Iliiuor both the hand that delivers and the hand that receive the liquor bvcomr1 paUlod If liquors were made and sold ai drugs anil groceries arc add the ef feet would bo different If men took them as they take drnga and coil ismall per erII would be used ntul the demormllcatlon following would tr comparatively small nut the manufacturer of liquor want to make money and they en deavor to swell their sales For this purpose they encourage the opening of caloonsThose saloons become lounging where characters and habits of industry are destroyed where hahltn of drinking and carousing are formed that pull down not only the Individual but his family and every time the drunkard and his family sink a notch lower the moral effect tends to blight the family of the saloonkeeper the brewer nnd the distiller who ereatrd the conditions from which this ruin orIas forwardShowing Ones Colors The superintendent of a seamens mis alms says that one of his young tailor wilt had signed the pledge and worn the white ribbon had to enter a hospital later on The physician prescribed brandy but when he taw the ribbon ho changed the medicine saying can give you something that will take the place of It I never mean ado anything that will rouse a dormant appetite If ran help It Such an emblem like the badges of certain organizations Is a positive safeguard Youll often be laughed al after you put on this uniform said Gen Booth on one occasion to a company of tho Salvation Army but youll not so often be tempted All the devils run from a soldier that shows hIs colors unchristian Conduct A government that will sell to 250000 of Its people tho monopoly to make and sell fourteen hundred millions of dollars worth of poison tho use of which creates an uncontrollable appetite which when sated makes paupers Idiots lunatics fornicators adulterers thieves liars Sabbath dcsecrators suicides and murderers sending annually the bloat ed carcasses of a hundred thousand of them to the grave and as many souls to hell may bo a Christian government Out says the National Advocate these are not the marks by which all men may know that It U Christian STIMULANTS They Are of Various KHdB and They Work Due 111 to the Hu mon Race The uw of tlmiilant Is liocomlUK more and more common Borne fn unable to begin their days work wlth suit a stimulant at some kind They wake In the morning without uulllclfnt BtrmiKth or ambition to gt out of b1 anti they fuel the need of onioihlnR to whip thorn up Thoy start out tr work but about 10 or 11 icinch n faint or exhausted feeling comes over them and they Imagine they need nomethluK 10 stimulate them Sumo go to the Direst drug store and procure a so r pleknicup while othors rf tirt to a bar suit Indulge In a drluk of rill There IK another class who depend upon the pip still another who would not do nay of thooo wicked timings who go to the teapot slut all of thooo nre slaves to a stimulant During tho sleeping hours we store up onorgy to be used In carrying fur ward muscular glandular nnd mental activity during the day When In health we start on the duties of the dal with the brain and nerve cells stored full of energy but toward oven Ing we bogie to feel a little wean providing we do with our might what oar bands or minds lad to to lblisphysiological aligns Nature city all muscular lad brain effort tboabi Ifato mesa awls rest unit cletp ht Rerda- to store up more energy Nature tries to Ih rvo n eri ln amoUnt of racrty to terry furwnnl the vital fnnctloiii of ib lnt mal organs durlnn sleeping hewn for Ill heart mElt be kept mtmitlni eke lunge in haling and the liver sad other orgasms vllmtnatlHR the wutiiv formed during the day Many however gel to the point where nature calls for row Inrg be fare night This U tMtwm thay Mart a depletal rniKtal to start wills and long before that timearc living upon the reserve Whrn ifcoy hue that ax hassled tired feeling Inctond of to Ing the wise and leniltMe thing pitting a rant they take a norallm llmulsnt this It Mippofml to Impart energy sad strength bull It U a deception When a iwrton aka a wlmuiatil be raIN ha digestive organs paid the liMn ol thai which nalurit tries tu reserve for then- In lust while If Ihla Bourse la tUrI- Intod the bKowr a chronic dyspeptic and finally loinl wreck Siimulania are not nutrients They donor add lent snbirart energy If this m runllnutd finally the simian of the hUrl the vital Himp Is interfered with and arrested lliir lre li of people resort U tllmn lane Imagining That they Impart strength What would you Mink of a man who starts In iMwtnow ami Inranis a certain sum of mosey aol renulnt In budnet for live ymm qwl daring that time lives UIMHI ibe orivpimt en pi r tel that ho Infested yet Haltering him self that he U twlog wlliT Vhs tlwr mast ome when UU banter will lav form him that IIfI Is on the verge of bankruptcy TIll MluMraiM the ease ofa mm who Marts life with nn excellent bre My good mnniRl and pbytlral power and who by the use of tlwutnkieix up He lives upon and M ax haunting the principal ned surely conaA to the point of physical heat ruirtcy Ho aaya Nothing hurls me Ills Husked face Is to him an evidence of health Nature anally protests in unmistakable language and nottflen him of his rime state Murk of our health and eJironle invalidism may be traced lit the ur ot there narrntlc silmulnnln The tub ltanclflO that we rely iimn so much are- deeivele which whip tin but Rover bnll l up TEMPERANCE ITEMSMDrink Is a greater ilMtroylng force than all other physical eyll comblaetf Henry Warl IJeecher U U The temperance forces of Oregon tar rtcd their local option moaiure by IGOOImajority The law applies to llrOCIDctIwards and countlv- MIT KUHslan fnr the miss wise itrlnti Mental nuanlon for mun why thinks legal KUimlon for the drunkard maker tried sunnlnn fur the utiitutu hrtulicr G W Hlingfy And when the victory shall be com plete when there shall be neither a slave nor a drunkard on the earthhow proud the title of that land which may truly claim to be the birthplace of both ItnFebruary 22 1842 Tim Canadian Pioneer gives a 80 municipalities In the province of tarln III which no liquor shops are lowed In tome cases licenses are Onthibited by the town bylaws and In er cares the llconnlng commlsMonern frain from Issuing license where opinion Is adverse to their doing HnhrsvlUo Md has no saloons 110tresult of a cpurt decision When tition for a saloon received 1C names temperance people were aroused em ployed a lawyer and worked hard with the result named The law of the stall requires 12 signatures of respectable freeholders within a radius of two miles Principal Cause of Crime Lord Chief Justice Coleridge stated from the bench of the supreme court of England that Judges wero weary with calling attention to drink as tho prin cipal cause of crime but he could not refrain from saying that If they could make England sober they would shutup ninetenths of the prisons The Moderate Drinker Every man who according to his own notions Is only a moderate drinker places himself by this Indulgence on a lower Intellectual level and opposes the full and complete utilization of bin In tellectual powers John J Abel 11 Dr Johns HopMus UlllvtralllI 0 Chicago Chronicle jtfHfu ColuinbinOo Away How Miiny Times MustI Tell You That I nAVe JJ t Nothing for Your TRAINED BY DAVID HILL Berlouv Accusations Drought Against Parker by Populist Candidate for President Thomas K Wnuon iHiiiullit cant date tor i reilUtut li a literary man having written several book which bavu hall wide circulation Ills pro ficiency In the use of words to cx true Ideas Is manifest on tho stump us well an In lies published works One phrase which Mr Watson cmi ploys and whleh U particularly IX prmwlvo rails Judge lamer HIP a favorite pupil The Intercetlng pArt of this appolUitlmi Is 1U truth Watson unys Tralnod for 20 yens in the regal of Pavo Mill It would to n marvel ludertl If tho fsvorlte pu pil did not mmcwliat roMmble the master who taught him nut the popullut leader ROW farthrr He charger that 1arker Is not only the favorite pupil of HuM Hill but that ho Is also th stalking hoot- lr the corporations With plain BIcch Watson says of corporate in Ilurnrps In till Iarkor campaign What has been promised the Stan dart Oil company that IU Now York agent Pat MeCarrrn Would haro Kl jn the greater part of ids tlmn for two years to the Parker campaign What has been promised to Holmont that he should hut been sb active In personal work and so lavish In financing the Parker csmpalKH during the last two years What do those Broody corporation hordes export from Par ktr1 Arc they doing this simply for health and pleasure or Is It a matter of biiilticM with thorn It Is high tlmn that the people of this country woke up to the fact Unit corporate Interests ruprntcnted by Holmont Pat McCarrcn tAmont Gorman Carllsl and Olnoy are nut In tho habit of spending their time and thnlr money on any candidate unless they have Rood reason to b llevo that they value evolved Again this plain spoken populUt declares that Parker Is a false pro tiinsc a dodger n trimmer who In willing to got if ho can tho votes of thoio who would nrv r support him if he wero trt say In plain English Just what his convictions aro That Is quite a series of accusations to bring ngalnst a randldate for the jironldoncy First that he Is the favorite pupil of David II Hill second that hn Is the Instrument of corporate Inllucnccs and third that ho IIIItrimmer who U willing to Ms views In order to got votes This Is not a description formulated by re publicans but by another party and by the candidate of that party for the highest office In the nation The Troy Tlmrs concludes that such n candidate nominated by tho demo crate and willing after the SL Lou convention hall agreed to hold the money question In abeyance to Insult free silver mAn with whom he hail toted for eight years by sending a telegram to catch tho gold democratic Tote It Is not surprising that tho old Bryan democrats arc In revolt against Parker It Is a conservative estimate the populists will get 25000 votes Ithat York stole this year and these will be cast by democrats who are opposed to the Influences thud are and to the weal developedt which his candi DWoorcvclts letter of acceptance reads like a loaded lathing gun In ac tion and his political enemies arc now busy counting the holes It has made In their labor pretensions It Is pretty Lard to fight substance with shadow Troy Labor Advocate I7New York democrats are so deter mined on harmony that they are willing to light for it Toledo Blade UTile democratic campaign Is not making a serious Impression anywhere no far as we can find out Tom Tag tart may bo a great man In Indiana but ho has not captured New York August Belmont may bo a great man In Wall street but his Influence Is not largo elsewhere According to the best Information we can obtain there never wac a national campaign co botches a4 this one Is by tho conceited little treat mm who are responsible for Its uanrgemtut Boston Herald CARRIES NO CONVICTION Judge Parkers Latest Utterance Shows That He lias No Hope of Being Elected Hon Alton U Parkers letter accepting tho democratic nomination for toe pros idency Is even more remarkable than his speech to the notification committee at Ibwpu As regards tho democratic past he enters a plea of guilty with tome ex tenuating circumstance Concerning the democratic future especially dur IIIR the four yean from next March 4 ho Blain lays emphasis upon the fact that the United Stator senate Is cVjr tale to remain republican and there tore the democrat would be unable to do muck national harm In Care of a democratic victory next November In a RRtchell Judge Pnrtter declares that the gold standaid must remain Inviolate that the tariff must not be tinkered with If by such tinkering busi ness conditions are to be disturbed that In his belief the existing laws for the regulation of trusts are adequate that the Panama canal must be built and quickly along the route selected that civil icrvlccTeform In the govern mental service Is here to stay In what wise docs the position of Judge Parker differ from that of the republican party upon there questions As regards the Philippines IIP would give thorn a promise of Indepcndenrn AS sown as the natives are reasonably prepared for It How gloriously indefinite this sounds when coning from a man to whom the democratic hosts have looked fur constructive loader ship And how gloriously Impractica bin such a promise seems at the present timeSurely says the Chicago IntqrOrean lion Alton n Parkers letter is no bugle call It II no summons to aggres sive action It does not betray hops It doas not Inspire confidence Its pre vailing tone is one of resignation In a word It teem to have heat written largely to keep the record clear A eajidldatn who puts fgrth such a document certainly can have no strong expectation of victory Figures That Do Not Lie There worn according to the census 20074117 persons engaged In painful occupation In 1900 There must be ful ly 3iGOO000 now The Income of these i people will certainly average over 2 Ida or JJO000000000 annually auto The sum Is probably nearer twice that amount lint suppose we were to lower our tariff or abolish It as the free traders with our Incomes would certainly be cut Into and reduced by at least f10OflO000000 a year In ton years that would be a sum equal to our total wealth Think of what the loss of 10000000000 a year In Incomes means No wonder tho great majority of this people want to let well enough alone and put off revision ctther up or down till some years hence Growth of Our Export Trade For the first time In the history of the country the exports of manufacture have exceeded those of asrlculural prod ucts The extorts of Iron steel and cop per have had a most remarkable growth during a perlud of 34 years In 1870 the exports of Iron nnd steel were only 13 000000 while this year they have reached 111948686 Copper has rUen from 500000 to 07000000 since that lime mineral oils have Increased from 10000000 to 72000000 leather from less than 1000000 to 33000000 cot ton manufactures from less than 4000 000 to 22000000 agricultural Imple mints from 1000000 to over 22000 000 C7Taggart declares Illinois Is debata bin ground Perhaps tho chairman Is still talking in his sleep Chicago Post crp to the present tune however so far as we can judge Gen Chaos Is still In command of tho cicmocratlc forces Harpers Weekly C7Mr Uryana oratorio effectiveness Is likely to be diminished by the ally of explaining why he Is supporting the ParkerDavis ticket Washington Star C7Every one on the democratic baud wagon remarked tho Observer of Events and Things seems to bQ playing a different tuneYoukers Statesman ENGLISH BARD WAS RIGHT Why Shakespeare Located Scenes of Hamlet At Elslnore Instead of at Jutland Dramatic critics and commentators have long been puzzled to account for the fact that Shakespeare placed tho scene of Hamlet at Klslnare in the Island of Zealand whereas the Danish prince lived and died In Jutland Dut just recently tho municipal authorities dISCOV1ered1587 or or 15S8 and among the names ot tho actors are several of those who were acting with Shakespeare In London In 1689 Obviously these actors must have their adventures In Den marls and so Shakespeare became well acquainted with Elsinore and when he wrote Hamlet naturally placed the sccneln n place which lie knew by descrip tion rather than In an Island of which he knew nothing The poet was no great stickler for accuracy In geographical mutters and this visit of the English ac toro plausibly explains the reason why the tragedy of Hamlet was placed lu Zealand and not In Jutland DRINK HABIT IN BRITAIN Returns for United Kingdom Show That Scotch Take Most Spirits and English Most Deer A contradiction of the assertion that driiiikunno is on the Increase In treat Britain has been entered by Rev flaw Mm Hums D in a contribution to the London Times says United States Consul Mahin at Nottingham England In a recent report A table submitted by Dr Uurns shows a decline In the pro duction of Intoxicating liquors of about deIclinely nil linos was very dull during the year us the number of people out of work was greater than In 1002 and as the amonslWlljecarnera Dr Burns says that an analysis of the returns for the United 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Station Ky I DYSPEPSIA CIJFE DIGESTS YOU EATTJi Jl 00 bell s 2H tlmeithe trill Hie tells rer Se eDLT raxrAZID TMI o- rE C DoWITT fie COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 1 FREE Scholarships Till CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms of one young mnn and young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Lee Owsley and Kcckcnstle These sixteen young people will be by the people of their own County who take Tnt CITIZEN Wo will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December let This should bo filled out with the names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you with scholarships lobe given These ballots when received at Tore otlice count one each for the young man and young woman whose names are writieucn them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to THE will re ceive a blank entitling them to hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months LOvotes for each 3 20 votes for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TUB for two terms in Berea College which will save each from 800 to 1400 in cash The only to which they will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea at any other school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or any of your are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just u good as anybody START NOWe Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mall to THE CITIZEN KY Take On account oftbe recent action of the Kentucky islature Berea College can receive the coming year therefore this offer is open only to white contestant States NO Science Course with Science fitting business Music Organ all toward opens SEC3ETAHT Berea Roller Flour Ship Stuffs GOLD DUST Floor PRIDE Flour WHAT wbich one Jackson Madison Pulnski selected CITIZEN CITIZEN one months CITIZEN one expense than Jlratclaat friend below BERBA colored I vote for Mr of postofGca county as the most popular young mutt and foi Miss of postofCce uoounty- ur tbe most popular youngwoinan J ITHECITIZEN I J J 11 H +IIIH I II 11 I I 11 I 11 I I I I I I I I I I t Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H1IHHMHHIHIllMllll MIMIlHMIHMHHIIIH W II Porter was at McKee from Tuesday until Thursday Tlio enumeration of children in Berea shows 388 white antI 121 coloredMr Mrs V W Bales of near Richmond visited at Mrs G T Spencers Wednesday Col Ward B Sherman of Chicago willspeak at the Rally on the after noon of Saturday Oct 22at 2 rn- A C Sowden of Leavel Green has purchased the 4room house and sere of laud of Mrs Hums for 000 Mrs G T Spencers sister Mrs J II Hector and three children cnuio Monday from Harrogalo Teuti torn two weeks visit The pipelaying for the water works has begun from this end starting at Prestons corner and pro ceeding out Dig Hill Pike A H Hibbard connected with the Goodrich Rubber Co of Akron Ohio was here from Monday till Wednes dayns U B CartinelFs guest Berea is experiencing her first merrygoround This novelty seems la lx a source of great amusement to children anti older people alike Mr and Mrs Dai1of Eubanks camo Thursday last for a visit with Tutor Lewis and Mrs It J Lewis and their son Arthur Daily They returned yesterday The careful polling of thin votes of Berea show something more than 100 Republicans and something less than 40 Democrats How many of the litter are capable of conversion remains to be seen Miss Emma Haageu cordially in cites all mothers to attend a mothers meeting at her school near Wallace ton Friday Oct i4th from 130 to 4 VM An interesting program has been arranged and a profitable meet ing is expected The protracted drought was broken by two refreshing rains Tuesday The moro than six weeks of dry weather had dried up all creeks and other field watering places so that farmers were nearly desperate in their efforts to find water for stock The Colored Teachers Association of Madison County will hold their r second meeting of the present year at Grove Hall near Speedsvollon Friday October 21 The object of the Association will be preseuted by 11 A Lain who acts as chairman Various topics of interest will be this cussed by Edward Courtley Miss Sarah Jerman TIer T Thompson R II Royston Miss Bettie Phelps and Rev S Woods Possibly the largest sugar dealer made in Berea from one local dealer to another was completed Oct 5 when Coyle Hayes delivered to East End Drug Co five barrels gran ulated sugar price paid was 5J cents per pound Obituary Little Denaiii Frankie the 13 months infant of Mr and Mrs M A Moody died of membranous croup at their home near Mote Ky Oct 10at 430 PI It was Gods own pleasure that this little darling so dear to the bereaved parents should fall asleep in JeAus nnd forever live in the presence of God for of such is tho kingdom of Heaven and then to grow into the spiritual fullness that God in his infinite wisdom created man to do The funeral services were held at the Pilot Knob church conducted by the Rev A E Thompson of Berea at 11A u Oct 11 burial at the Berea cemetery at 2 PM The bereaved parents have tho sincere sympathy of all their friends and tho blessed assurance that they shall ono day sew tho face of their loved one and forever live in peace with hits in Heaven for a little child shall lead them Wanted- A lady or gentleman of fair education to travel for a firm estab lished 1873 Salary 1072 per year and exjwuses paid weekly Address with stamp U W Kelloy Berea Ky 1013 For Sale Horse Harness Saddle and new Weber Waggon also pieces of household furniture Call on P S DEAR Dons Centre street 1013 Reward STRAYED Two white nUll orango setter bird dogs male and female Strayed from my placo in Berea on Friday Oct 7th Will pay liberal reward for information leading to their recovery or the return of tho dogs Address or call on Dr L A Davis 1020 For Sale A farm of iQ acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings call on J P Bicknell Berea Ky The dato of tho Grand Celebnilion for Waterworks was omitted in time invitation on first page It is to bo held in the Tabernacle Saturday Oct 22 at 930 a m What Jolmnlo cant understand le why the tint month of vocation Is much shorter than the last month of school If oysters could vote they would iloubtrwfs want n plank In the political platforms knocking It out of the al phabet A woman selects her second husband with n great deal more decision null dispatch than she did her first The shallower the man Is the deeper fie pretends to be A girl always marvels nt the celerity with which the masculine halo disap pears after marri- ageCollege H +I H 11+ I 11 H 11 Items HERE AND THERE IHHHIH lion Win Herndon of Lancaster Ky n trustee of Berea College is nominated fora position on the Court of Appeals us successor to Kollins Barman Rev R D Stiuson D D financial agent of Morris Brown College At lanta Ga spoke at the Sunday night Chapel sen ice this week upon the workof that Institution and the pro gress of the colored race His address was marked bywit and good sense and was well recieved President and Mrs Frost and Miss Douglas attended several sessions of the Conference of the African M E Church held in Hichmond last week The presiding Bishop Hey C T Shutter D D was a Berea student in early days lie is a man of emin ence for his character and abilities and is now tho Bishop of four states with his headquarters in Chicago 3340 Rhodes Ave Last Saturday n party consisting of Rev and Mrs Thomson Dr and Mrs Gowley Miss Douglas Miss Welch Miss Schumaker and Miss Horn attended the annual meeting of the Boone Gap Missionary Baptist Association at Clear Creek Mr and Mrs King were also there in search of students mind Mr King spoke on the work of Berea College Rev Lambert of Boone preached an ex cellent sermon Rev Hornsbyof Berea also preached About three hundred persons were present That Berea scholarship ranks high isehownby the standing of the Berea boys at Yale Wo fluid among the list of Junior Apjwintments till fol lowing names High Oration Raymond W Osborne Dissertaiton Edwin Rogers Embree Disputes James Edwin Ewers This list comprises 58 names of honor mOil out of a present class of 209 Mr Oslxmio is especially happy in being among tho first 25 of the list which gives hint membership in Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity a society composed en tirelyof honor men In order that the pupils of the Model Schools receive drill in par prCllitlulooretc two literary societies lawn been organized the Lincoln Literary Society and the James Whitcomb Riley Society Tho Model Schools ure also working up an interest in current events Till pupils are realizing time importance pf studying live questions of the day Tho A and B Grammar grades sent au order this week for about forty copies of Worlda Events a current weekly published in New York for schooluse Good for Chlldron Tho pleasant to tako and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief iu all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at tho seat of the trouble It draws out thin lull ani mation heals and soothes aud cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure life giving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood aud tissues Sold by East End Drug Co AN EMPERORS GIFT Statue of Frederick the Great Presented to American People by Kaiser William TO BE UNVEILED ON NOVEMBER 191 It Will Ho Placed on the Esplanade- of the Army War College In Washington City Ceremony Will Take Place In the Presence of President Cabinet Dlplomatlc Corps and Army and Navy Officials Washington Oct 12 Emperor Wil hams Rift to tho American people of a bronze statue of Frederick tho Great will be unveiled by tho Baroness Speck Stcrnberg tho German ambas sadress on tho esplanade of tho army war college on November 19 in the presence of tho president tho cabinet tho diplomatic corps tho supreme court tho admiral of tho navy tho chief of staff of tho army and officers of tho army and navy In Washington As far as possible officers of time army Dud navy of Herman descont will come to Washington from nearby posts nnd will participate In the ceremonies rancar STATUE OF FREDERICK Announcement of the program for tho unveiling ceremonies so far as it has been completed was made Tuesday night The ceremonies will be prefaced by a prayer to be offered by aa army chaplain The German ambassadress who Is a native of America then will pull the silken cords holding the Am erlcan and German tags surrounding the statue and the statue will bo pre Rented by tho German ambassador who will mako a brief address The great address of the day will be made by the president The third and last address will be made by the secretary of war Mr Taft who will speak for the army The marine band will play tho national anthems of America and Germany between the addresses There are a number of details yet j be arranged after the return of See totary Taft to Washington Ilalf past 2 oclock in the afternoon ii the hour set for the unveiling Tho statue arrived In Baltimore sev eras days ago It will be shipped to Washington soon unpacked and erect ed on the pedestal selected for It on the esplanade overlooking tho Poto mac river POSTAL RECEIPTS Gross Income of 50 of the Largest Offices In the United States Washington Oct nThe gross postal receipts for September 1904 as compared with tho receipts for 1903 at the largest post offices In the United Statesehow a total of J5 905969 a net Increase of 3973SO or over 7 per cent The largest increase was almost 30 per cent at Dayton O There were four decreases namely 3 per cent at Louisville Ky 4 per cent at Philadelphia almost per cent at Providence and 9 per cent at Des Moines Tho receipts at New York and Chicago each Increased approxi mately 8 per cent Valuable Work Destroyed Windsor Vt Oct 12Iolre in an old studio belonging to Augustus Bt Oaudens across tho Connecticut line Tuesday night destroyed thousands of dollars worth of statues plaster casts medallions and other valuable work which will take months to replace Warship Georgia Launched Bath Mo Oct 12The battleship Georgia was launched Tuesday after noon She was built at the Bath iron works and Is tho largest vesse ever constructed in Maine Miss Stella Tate sister of Congressman F Carter Tate christened the ship Petition In Bankruptcy New York Oct 12 Schwartz Schlf fey Co glove manufacturers of No 9849 Broadway with a factory at OIo versvllle N Y were petitioned into bankruptcy It Is ono of tho leading firms In the trade Liabilities 500 000 Paid Hit Respects to Secretary Hay Washington Oct 12C Pellegrini president of the Argentine republic Called at tho state department In com pony with Carlos R Zavalla charge of the Argentine legation hero and paid his respects to Secretary Hay Minister to the United States Dome Oct 12Thu announcement was made Tuesday that Dr Leo Vogel has been appointed minister to the United States Dr Vogel Is a lawyer and IB secretary of the Swill legation at Berlin DIVORCED PEOPLE Proposed Change in the Gallons of Episcopal Church Discussed in House of Deputies AN ADMENDMENT WAS PRESENTED It Forbids Remarriage of Any Tor sons Who Have Then Divorced Whether Oullty or Innocent A Minority Report Was Made By the Committee Permitting the Present Canon to Remain as It Is With One Exception Boston Oct 1A proposed change In tho canon of the Episcopal church whereby clergymen are forbidden to remarry any person who has been dl vorced was discussed for two hours by the house of deputies at Tuesdays session of the Episcopal general convention Tho house of deputies was sitting as n committee of the whole and tho consideration of the subject regarded as ono of tho most important to come before tho present convention will be taken up from time to time until the matter Is finally disposed of Tho present canon on marriage i cr mils tho remarriage of the Innocent person In a divorce suit wherein Infi delity Is alleged For some time there has been a strong sentiment In tho church that tho clergy should not remarry even the Innocent person The committee on canons of which Her Dr F P Davenport of Memphis Tenn Is chairman presented an amendment to the present canon forbidding remarriage of any persons who have been divorced A minority retort permitting tilt present canon to remain as It Is with the exception of an added provision for the presen tuition of court evidence when an ap plicant for remarriage appears before a clergyman was submitted by Nov Dr J Lewis Parks of New York and others Ilov John Williams of Omaha Neb said Itlo not want to give tho ben ediction of the Church of God to n marriage as to which I am In doubt I am In doubt nbbut tho passage In Bt Mathews gospel but I take tho position that what God can not bleu no priest bishop or even a pope can bless Rev G B Van Waters of Portland Ore In a fervent address declared that the divorce reformers of tho church were requiring more than Christ himself required and that such a canon as the majority retort proposed would drive portions to other denominations Ho advocated letting Well enough alone AGAINST THE RAILROADS The Case of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce Decided Washington Oct 12The Inter state commerce commission decided tho case of tho Cincinnati chamber of commerco and Merchants exchange against the Baltimore Ohio South western Railroad Co and other roads centering In Cincinnati The com plaint was against the early closing of tho nllroad freight depots for reception of outgoing package freight The commission holds that tho disadvantage now Involved to Cincinnati Is not unreasonable but may become BO If the present condition Is continued Indefinitely The complaint was dis missed without prejudice to further necessary proceedings CAPT ROBERT M MITCH Seventeen Votes Were Cast For Him For Governor of Georgia Atlanta Ga Oct lA count of the votes In tho recent state election by Secretary of State Phil Cook reveals tho fact that In Fulton county of which this city is the county seat 13 votes were cast for Capt Robert M Hitch for governor of tho state Floyd and lllchmond counties gave Capt Hitch four votes each for tho same offloo Capt Hitch Is now being tried In Savannah by a courtmartial on serious charges of failure to do his duty In connection with the States hero lynching Adopts An Indian St Louis Oct 12 Michael Ala rio 18 a handsome Pueblo Indian hiss been practically adopted by Mrs C L Best of Maysvlllo Ky Her appli cation has been filed and Superintend ont 8 M Gowan of the Indian school at the Worlds fair grounds has rec ommended that It bo allowed Studying Law Springfield Oct 12The ex amination of a class of 7C law stu dents commenced before tho state board of law examiners Tuesday Among the number Is John Alexander Gladstone Dowlo son of Dr John AI oxander Dowie Waymen Eligible to Membershi- pSt Louts Oct 12Tbo most impor tant action taken Tuesday at tho final session of tho American Hallway1 Mo chanical and Electrical association was the passage of an amendment to tho effect that waymon are eligible to membership The German Baptists Meeting Bristol Tenn Oct 12Tho German Baptists of tho United States will hold their 1905 meeting hero and time occa atop will bring 2000 visitors from all parts of tho country The question of the meeting place wu decided on Tllseday W u This Way Sinners If you lire not buying nil your wants of us I will toll you why you should t Wo have tho largest cleanest sad best HolecUvl stock of DRV GOODS t and SHOKS in Madison County Tho largest and cholwwt stock of GROCERIES this side of Lexington and tho cheapest drug store on earth SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour WasliburnCrosby Co 760 Obelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 160 Meal v 660 Granulated Sugar 64 0CArbuckles Coffee 2 for 25c- r Other goods in proportion at WELCHS To Test a Ruling Louisville Ky Oct 12 sult Will filed In the United States court Tues day by W H Thomas Sons distill ers against C M Barnett surveyor of the port of Louisville to permit tho bottling of whisky In a government warehouse without forcing It out of bond for that purpose Involving the penalty of paying taxes for the full bonded period In accordance with a ruling by Secretary of the Treasury Shaw Three Killed Oy Snakes Scrgont Ky Oct ltIr Henri etta Hensloy aged 10 n widow and her two daughters aged 9 nUll 11 years respectively died on tho south fork of the Carr presumably from eating cabbages containing tho small threadlike snake that has been cans Injc ravages all over time mountains for months The Eleventh District Contest Louisville ICy Oct 12The Edwards faction announced on Tuesday night that It Is now too late for Dr W Godfrey Hunter to make a cantnU for tho republican nomination for eon gressman from tho Eleventh district as Tuesday was the last day for cer tification for the ballot Enters Plea of Insanity Paducah Ky Oct 121Vhun Tom Murray a former policeman wns arraigned In the police court on the charge of shooting hla friends Joe Green a steamboat man his attorney put up tho plea that Murray was Inv sane and ho will bo tried on that charge Wednesday Steamer Bob Dudley Sinks Paducah Ky Oct 12Tine steamer Bob Dudley plying between this city and Evansvlllo Ind sank eight tulles above here Tuesday morning Tho boat was chartered by tho Paducah and KvanHvlllo Packet company and carried quiet a number of passengers The Souttl Bradley Wedding Louisville Ky Oct 12 Arrange ments have been completed for time marriage of Miss Christine Bradley and Dr John South which will tako place at 9 oclock on the evening of November 2 It will bo ono of tho most brilliant of the fall weddings Dr B F Reynold Expires Carlisle Ky Oct 12Dr B F Reynolds late senator and ropreson tatlve from the district died aged tHo Ho was graduated at tho Ohio medical college at Cincinnati 39 years ago and was president of tho county board of health at the time of his death Will Not BoOn Official Ballot Frankfort Ky Oct 12By an oversight of the leaders of tho peoples party in Kentucky the several candi dates of that party for congress In the districts In the western and southorn part of tho state will not get their names on the official ballot HU Wounds Proved Fatal West Liberty Ky Oct 12Dock Whlttalier who was shot a few days ago by Lawson Bishop a constable oR this county la dead front his wounds Bishop was arrested and lodged In jail at this plaoo charged with murder Durhams Stock to Be Sold Lexington Ky Oct 12Tho entire breeding stud of tho turfman and trainer Hardy Durham who dropped dead at Bheepshead Bay N Y sov eral weeks ago has boon consigned to be sold November 21 to 26 inclusive Hathaway Will Hang Frankfort Ky Oct 12Who court of appeals Tuesday affirmed tho death Bontenco given John Hathaway In Clark county for tho murder of his mistress Etta Thomas Hathaway was formerly a successful jockey Fell Overboard and Was Drowned Carrollton Ky Oct 12 Thomna Patton of Russell Ky employed In tho cabin of tho Avalon foil overboard and was drowned at Butts Landing near this city The body has not boon recovered FOR SALE IS BUILDING LOTS iu Ui mi islonging to time John Q Fran relate Siwcinl inducement to purrhn r of entire tract J p Bicknell Huron Icy FOR RENT AN 8 BOOM 1IOUSK on Center Street Good well gimlet anti burn Call on or write to J Binit nmnn Itarwi Ky tf A Silvor Quarter Will buy n good many things The lxt wnr to nrxml it in for Pnrnrnmph First Aid to tho Injured You not only got your inonoyn worth hut you get nn iiiHtmitroliof for Cold in the Head or Chwt anti Nasal CAtarrh Iflrncnmph tkwny that rflnppinl up furling soothes tin inflimnd membrane and removes till conga tion Sold by S B Welch Jr Druggist IT ALWAYS FOLLOWS IJTe me It efttn sadly a em f That there U m11I1C weird In drtama Thy ilral upon roo unaware And frightfully ln rra o my cam They pleree my aaul and wring my hurt And make my tend sWill smart I writhe In aniruUh and dlimay Then wake to IU and lens for day A rain I sleep la drum ajratn lit IhlriK uuircn uf waking mn To live through horror black and drear Unough Iu sadden ull the year- To moan while all m veins congeal At what my Imunllnrdreama reveal To wako aftaln and itrtve la kHP- A Idiguld watch till dawn ahall peep When In the morning I arlM My aurritrlnir I cant dlgulse- Then says my wIt with touch of corm Aa she rriiurda my faen forlorn I hate to meet her searching eye You will put lob trr though you die A Word With You Do you suffer from itching or blood lug pill l If HO use Inrnoitmph It In gunrnntotxl to relieve hmtnutljr stud euro Try it today If you are noL satisfied your money will tm refunilwl Soul by S K Welch Jr Druggist The AitercUp To tit and spoon very sweet With anne young ulrl demure and neat Hut when you have to buy her clothes And pay for all she wants to nt- H lent as you may suppose Ho treat a treat Cautious Io you think It Is right to kiss a girl you are not engaged to It may be right but It Unt sate Sine Is liable to land you before you get away Stood the TntIHe loved her Who could doubt Ht- He proved It sure enough He listened to her porini And said they were great stuff PERT PARAGRAPHS A tactful ma 1will always retrain from making any comments on Mon days dinner Can You Eat J B Taylor n prominent merIchant of Cbrlo man Tex says could not nat because of awoakHtom much I lost all strength anti ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hopo of recovery vanished Hearing of soma wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottla benofittad mo anti otter taking four bottles I nm fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kotlol Dyflpopsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Hold by East End Drug Co TAKE THE OFFENSIVE Japanese Line at Hcntsiuptzo Broken by Kuroiiatkin The Two Armies Are In the Anomal out Position of Threatening Each I Others Line of Communlca tlonAt Port Arthur Chellahlnsk Uussln Oct SCapt Atidrloff of tho Ilunlan armored cruIs- er rtossln of tho Vladivostok miuail ron period through hero on October on his way to EQatern Husslii 110 In suffering from un ocuto form of nervous prostration the result of tho turrlfla tension during the naval tight with tbo Japanese fleet under Ad in Kamlmiiro following tho departure of tho manta Oromobol and Ilurlk from Vladivostok Tho same ailment af t fects many of tho wounded who aro UMnR luvulldud homo and who look like llvlnp corpses It seems Impossi ble for the nervous system to recuper ate from the awful strain to which It U subjected In a modern naval battle Toklo Oct flIt Is reported hero that tbo lire of tho Japnncso land bat tMrler eovprely damned four Huimlan warstiliM In the harbor of Port Arthur It Is stated that one ut tho vesiuls was ooupletrly wrecked The nnmvj of noon of the shliM wore given St IXemburc Oct 8The tint troop of the Imperial Suard left St Pctersbune Friday night for the front They connlMod of the Second division uf the inland Guards of which tho Infant cmruvltch Is the honorary colo nelA KpooJal itlspatrh from Mukden tlattfl October 7 says thore has beea- no ftumifft of Importance lu the gen Oral UutiUou thero Tho blockade of Port Arthur liP pun not to have boon mi effective ro r ntly RH n number of inocMnRem have Hllpprd ihroiiKh latest advices suited that the fortrws has winlclent ammunition and provisions to onablo the fcarrlimn to hold nut nine months St rutemburj Oct 10Oen Kuro pAtkina order of the day announcing his dstcrailnatlon to take the oTen vivo was mtpplomnnlwl Sunday night by the news that an offensive move meat has already boon begun and that the Jnpnno line has been broken at RlcntriuptiU on the east through Yen tat nod fetus the railway to the banks of the lion river on the west Tho ItHSOtan force has been moving south In ckwj touch with the Japanese ad vane Bli c October t Tho Japanoiio outpoftlx were driven back In a series nf sklrmlshw and on Oetobor 0 tho KotatanM reoccupta the station oC Hhakh 16 inlltm south of Mukdon the railway bUatkm rosiorlnie tito brttlH aero the Slukhe river tho- M day la orrtjr to facilitate the ad f vanea Meanwhile flea Mtetcheukoa CnsMckM peaked SON th westward as far as the Yenta Tidies defeating tho Japanese In a aeries of skirmishes The throat Important action however oeeurrttl on the Japanese right at IfemUtiptitie lore the Japanese held n ut runt and Important position hut It unman they nude tho Inexpllca bl omission to fortify a commandlni hill which was tho key to tho wholu itltiMtlon A portion of Gun Kuropat kins fore made a strong attack on rteaUlapufxe and taking a loaf out of tho Juiwnaflo book occupied tho hill front the lat and flanked tho Jap anese out of tho town causing a seri ous lent In a roar guard fight Tho Russian casualties arc reported to have boon Inconsiderable While these operations are progres sing muth of Mukdon It Is reported that two Japanese divisions under Oem igt aro marching west up tho Mao river and are now 22 ratios south of Slmltilln Gen Kurokl Is expected to make n similar move eastward This statement If accurate leaves two armies In the anomalous position of thrcUng ouch others lines of commu nication tho Japanese by a wide turn lug movement while tho Russians pushing south have already inflicted a blow on the Japanese right and aro crowding back their center along tho railway While It Is understood that Mukdon Is not boavlly fortified Gen Kuropat kin has a powerful forco behind him strongly pouted at Tlo Pass nnd If AS ho asserts tho Russians are now powerful enough to assume tbo offen lIve It In possible his advance move ment will force tho Japanese flanking column to wjthdrnw in order to pro tort their own base On tho other laud there seems to bo a possibility of ono or both tho Japanese columns threatening tho railway behind the RuBnlam and forcing a suspension of their agKroHslvo movement Cho M o Oct 10Tho increased ac levity of tho Japanese fleet blockad lag Tort Arthur in tho stopping of merchantmen is duo to a lookout which is being kept for three British ships which It is suspected intend to attempt to enter Port Arthur with tinned meats and vegetables Tho British steamer Victoria was stopped near Wcl Hal Wet Sunday evening and the above explanation was mado to her by tho Japanoso boarding of I ficer Lady Curzon Much Better Walmor Castle Oct 10After a fairly good night Lady Curzons con dition Sunday showed a marked Im provement and It is now hoped that 9 second operation will not bo needed though tho caso is still serious enough to cause anxiety for several days Going to the Front Chollablnsk Russia Oct 10Thero Is Oio greatest activity on tho rail Toads Men munitions and artillery aro panning through bound eastward Tho men are provided with warm clothing and aj In good condition NEWS IN KENTUCKY DODGED THE LYNCHERS They Opened the Jail Doors and the Intended Victim Escaped Lnwrcncnlmrg Ky Oct 10A mob compoHod of about 26 Negroes censed at the killing Sunday of Gcno Jones by Harry Hond both Negroes marched to tho jail lato Sunday night for tho avowed purpose of securing Bond and lynching lint The Negroes called to Jailor Archie Sparrow who thinking that they had a prisoner to turn over to him got up and lighting a lamp started foi the Jail Tho NcgrooH overpowered him and made him surrender the keys They unlocked tho jail door and started for hood who dodged then knocked over tho lamp and made his escape in the darkness Although the Negroes worn armed with guns and pistols they did not lIre a shot at the fleeing Negro SUNDAY AT LEXINGTON Ordinary Laws Were Enforced and No Arrests Were Made Lexington Ky Oct 10 Ordinary laws were cnfordod Sunday but tho police made no attempts to enforce tho blue Inwa Milk and Ice drivers and bakers were allowed to run as usual Retrainings in favor of news papers and livery stablon art still In force and will bo hoard on motion for a permanent Injunction Monday morn lag Drug stores were allowed to soil medicines and hotels and restaurants ware open but saloons and all shops confectionary storms and such like were closed tight Hundreds took advantage of the Interurban oars and wont to Parts and Georgetown which are open Two basoball games out- RIde the city limits wore also enjoined Horsemen wore at tho track tho most of the day Bequest to Derea College Hartford Ct Oct tol1erlll col logo in Kentucky Is to receive 81ST 000 by tbo terns of tho will of Mss Mary A Torry of this city who died In Venice recently Equal sums go to the Syrian college at Beirut Syria and to Trinity college In each In stance the Income Is to bo used for educational purposes Don Voyage Sold Lexington Ky Oct 10Don Voy ago the winner of the twoyearold division of the Kentucky Futurity Ii 000 was sold Saturday to W A Clark jr of unite Mont son of United Slates Senator W A Clark Prlco paid was 10000 non Voyage by Ex position 2IW out of lion Mot has a record of 216 Disastrous Fire Plenmirevlllo Ky Oct 10A fire which broke out Sunday night In Car rleos meet strop In South Pleasure vllle destroyed this building the poll office Mrs Stagers residence J P Rnnklns grocery J Goblins drug store and the Homo telephone cubed The loss Is estimated at from J 11000 to 820000wArrested on a Serious Charge Henderson Ky Oct lOA Negro giving his name as Henry J Johnson was arrested here and jailed on n charge preferred by Postmaster Wor sham to tho effect that Johnson raised post odlco money orders Johnson Is thought to have boon one of n gang engaged In similar operations In Gear gia Long Trip to Claim Bride Covlngton Ky Oct 10Fivethousand miles Is no distance to go for n bride when you know she will accompany you on tho return trip laughingly remarked Joseph Halbleib In Magistrate Dunns ofllco this city lie had just been wedded to Miss Lou ise Scheldemandol Smathers to Quit the Turf Lexington Ky Oct 10Qulto a sensation was sprung hero Sunday night when It became known that E K Smathers tho wellknown turfman had consigned his entire bunch of trot ters to tho November sales of tho Fa slgTtpton Co at Madison Square gar don New York New Church Dedicated Ludlow Oct lOTbe now St James church this city was dedicated Sunday morning Bishop Macs Coving ton conducting the dedication cere- mOnY He was assisted by a score of church dignitaries There were fully lCOO people preson at the exercises Eleven Wells Completed Lexington Ky Oct 10In the lower developments of tho KentuckyTen nessee oil fields 11 completions wore made last week Four completions wore made In the upper fields two In the eastern while Tennessee shows one strike Heir to a Wealthy stale Paducah Ky Oct 10Joo McClel Inn foreman of the ship carpenters at the marine ways has received Information that ho and four heirs in Cia cinnati are owners of an estate in Bal timore which Is valued at 400000 Killed Her Husband Madlsonvillo Ky Oct 10Tom Car ney was shot and Instantly killed nt his homo In this city by his wife while ho was attempting to whip nor It is thought no attempt will bo made to prosecute tho woman Fined For Working on Sunday Lexington Ky Oct 10As a re suIt of the crusado started hero last Sunday by the Law and Order league to stop all labor on Sunday thrco men were flnod In the police court DEATH IN A TU1EL Six Hallway Employes Snllb eatcd by Cool Gas The Fireman Saved His Life by Jump Ing Into the Partly Filled Water Tank of the Tender His Escape Miraculous Port Huron Mich Oct 10SIx eln ployes of tho Grand Trunk were auf focatud to death by coal gas early Sun day In tho St Clair tunnel which runs under tho St Clair river from Port Huron to Sarnla OntoA coal train broko In two while passing through the tunnel and three of tho train crow were suffocated while Bart of tho train lay stilled In tho tunnel Tho ongl neer lost his life whun ho returned nnd endeavored to push the stalled cars back to safety and two other ros ruers perished in vain attempts to penetrate the gaseous atmosphere of the great tube Tho train which entered from tho American ndo of the tunnel was rcallbedcars were fctlll attached to tho engine steamed out of the tunnel Into the Sarnln yards He hastily detached his en gins an1 wont back Into the tube for tho stalled cars When his engine reached them ho attempted to push thorn back through tho tunnel amt out of tho American portal The engine and cars rolled back Into tho gas la don tunnel and Engineer Coleinan was sufTocHtcd at his post In the engine cab Ills fireman Fred Forester with great presenco of mind jumped Into tho partly filled water tank of the en gine where there was enough air to preserve his life although he in In a serious condition When the news of the broken train reached tho American sldo of tho tunnel Superintendent A S Uogg ac companied by two other employes started In on foot hoping that tho train was near enough to the entrance so that they might rescue and carry out some of the crew They had gone but a short distance when the coal KM became stifling and Hogg succumbed Tho other two rescuers succeed ed In crawling to the portal of tho tun nol on their hands and knees Moanwhllo preparations wore being made at tho Sarnla end of the tunnel to rescue the Imprisoned train crew An engine with a party of rescuers entered tho tubo and had proceeded but n short distance when they found John Haley n track walker lying un conscious on tho track He was taken out nnd Again the engine plunged into tho gaseous atmosphere The rescu ore wore overcome however by the gun before tho train was reached and litakoman McGrath died Switchman Blake who was n member of time par ty after a time made another attempt to penetrate tho gas nnd this time succeeded In reaching the stalled en- Gine coupled it to tho cars nnd ran the train out into the daylight Con ductors Simpson Tlnsloy and GlllU wore found dead in tho cabooso Fireman Forester was In the water tank of tho onglno nearly two hours boforo lie was rescued and his escape Is lit tie short of miraculous BESSIE WILSON DROWNED She Was a Niece of the Late Post master General Wm L Wilson Norfolk Va Oct 10Miss Bessie Wilson of Clarksburg W Va nleco of the late William L Wilson former postmaster general and afterwards president of Washington and Leo university was drowned while bathing at Virginia Beach Sunday afternoon Her body was recovered Miss Mary Wil son of Charlestown W Va daughter of tho former postmaster general MIss Mary M Simpson of Buchannan Va Miss Eliza Dillon of Indian Rock Va and Miss Louise Latimer of Washington sister of Llcut Julian L Latlmer U S N wero rescued by United States life savers and aro in a serious condition at the Princess Anno hotel but will recover ExSenator Ransom Dead Portsmouth Va Oct 10Oen Matt W Hansom for 20 years a United States senator for North Carolina died of heart failure at his homo near Seaboard N C Saturday his birth day in tho 78th year of Lila age Senator Ransom was ono of tho most dis tinguished sons of North Carolina Senator Clark Sold His Paper Butte Mont Oct 10The Great Falls Tribune of Great Falls Mont announces editorially that It has been sold to W C Conrad of this city by Senator W A Clark the former owner No Trace of Insanity Found Rome Oct lODr Bossl tho alien ist after a visit to Princess Louise of SaxeCoburg declared that ho found In her no traco of tho Insanity which has been alleged as a reason for keep- Ing her under restraint Marvelous Wisconsin Girl Milwaukee Wis Oct lOLllllo Sarah Schneider has just received a free scholarship In the Cincinnati col loge of music Sbo will study voice culture and dramatic art Sarah Is just IB years old and has sung over since she was a baby- Chairman Taggart New York Oct 10 Chairman Tag gart of tho democratic national com mlUco will go to Indiana some tlmo boforo election day the day to be defi nitely determined by the campaign work In New York WHEN MOTHER WENT AWAY Oh very many week ago There was a dreadful day The vf worst I ever knew Nor mother wentaway And we all promised to be good And mind Avnt Jane as children should But baby chewed the Noahs ark Which made him very III And Kenneth opened fathers Ink Tho kind thatll sure to spill And Ted tell down and bumped his hadSo very bard he went to bed Then nobody at all waa left To play but only me And to I thought Id live awhile Up In the apple tree Hut then tore my sailor dress In fourteen places more or low And all of us lust cried a peek Of tears or maybe more Until tho silk of mothers skirts Came swUfilng In the door I think ehe3i never again wouldntthenIcaroln Something of the Life History and Habits of an Interesting and Very Curious nab The expression as flat as a floun der has become proverbial but It does not apply to very young floun ders which differ so much from the adult ones that they can hardly be recognized as belonging to the same family as their parents Jiost boys and girls are familiar with fullgrown flounders but very few of them and- rew older people know anything about anllIundergo In spring and summer It is possible for young nature students to fcccuro specimens of newly hatched flounders by dragging a fine mesh net on sunny days when the water Is smooth Such specimens may easily be kept alive In dishes of salt water NEWLY HATCHED FLOUNDERS Transnrentxccpt Eyes and Swim Ver tlsaly with Head to Surface and examined from time to time with a lowpower microscope The flounders begin life as do or dinary fishes When they nrst emerge from the egg they swim vertically with the head turned upward Their bodies are symmetrical and their eyes ire on opposite aides of the head Gradually the position of the body changes from vertical to horizontal and the fish remain thus for sometime swimming like ordinary fishes but while still very small there Is foreshadowing of the bottom life they are destined for and they enter upon a lerlcs of remarkable changes Tho most striking of these changes is In lime position of the eye The eye of one tide or the other slowly but steadily moves over to tho opposite side of tho head and takes a place beside the jthcr eye In some flounders the eye moves around the front of the head In others It moves directly through the bead This shifting the eyes pod Lion Is accompanied by a change In the position of the body which ceases to be upright and becomes more and more oblique The side of the body lUdHTSIDED FLOUNDER Picture Shows the Strange Change In Po altion of Left toe from which the eye Is moving gradu ally becomes Inferior to tho other unlit by the time the change of the eye Is complete the fish swims with Its blind side underneath and this posi tion Is over after maintained The flounder then ceases Its free swimming habit and sinks to the bottom Some species of flounders aro right sided and others are leftsided In the rightsided forms tho left eye moves to tho right side and the left side be comes undermost In the leftsided species the opposite conditions prevail It rarely happens that right aldod spa ales have leftsided individuals and vice versa In a few species both right sided and leftsided fish occur In about equal numbers St Nicholas The Swallows Big Appetite One swallow will et at least COCO UM a dam HINT FOR INGENIOUS BOYS How to Make a CigarBox Boat That Will Float and Is Propelled by Paddle The first thing to be done is to Ba cure a good strong cigar box and to rip away its lid Cut two pieces ol pasteboard each the width of the box by onethird of Its length and tack these across the front and back of the opening This makes a fore and after- deck With a hatchet chop from an umbrella rib two masts a foot long pushing one through the fore and one through tho after deck and pounding both firmly into the bottom of the ci gar box Take what remains ot the umbrella rib say three inches lay halt of it along the middle of the fore deck allowing the other half to pro ject secure It to tho pasteboard with sealing wax and the bowsprit is In position Now the cigar box commences to re semble a ship and it Is time to begin CIGAR DOX BOAT AND PADDLE the propeller For this purpose cut from the cover two strips of wood an Inch broad and tack these to the sides of the box just at the bottom so that five inches stick out at each side of the back of the box The position of the strips to the box is the position of shafts to a wagon except that they are behind instead of in front They must be tacked very strongly When thU is done run a stout rubber band from the end of one shaft to the end of the other Cut out of what is left of the cigar box top a paddle four inches long and an Inch and a halt wide and the motive power of the boat Is cady You have only to push the paddle be tween the sIdes of the rubber band midway between the shafts and turn it round from left to right until the rubber Is twisted tight When you let go of the paddle It will turn rapidly until the elastic is untwisted and If the boat is In the water the turning will send It ahead The stronger this apparatus and tho tighter the rubber Is twisted the farther the boat will goWhat remains to be done Is only to make the box water tight and to In crease its likeness to a ship The first task can be accomplished by calking tlto cracks inside the box and the holes made by the masts with putty or gum If neither is handy light a candle and let the tallow drip Into the proper places Run a string from the mainmast to the foremast and from tho foremast to the bowsprit for rig ging and glue a tiny flag to the top of each Cut portholes along the sldo of the boat or paint them there with ink A spool can be made to look like a donkey engine a tiny box will serve as a cabin and the vessel is ready to be floated If the work is done neatly the craft will be as trim and as ser viceable as an Iron toy that would cost from three to ten dollars In any of the shops Cincinnati Commercial Tribune How Birds Drink at Sea When h was a cabin boy said an elderly sailor I often used to wonder stein birds thousands of miles out to sea what they done for fresh water when they got thirsty One day a squall answered that question for mo It was 12 hot and glltterln day In the tropics and in the clear sky overhead a black rain cloud appeared all ot a sudden Theo out of the empty space over 100 sea birds came dartln fmm every direction They got under the rain cloud and they waited there about ten minutes circlln round and round and when tho rain began to fall they drank their nil In the tropics where the great sea birds sail thousands of miles away from shore they get their drlnkln water in that way They smell out a storm a long way off they travel 100 miles maybe to get under It and they swaller enough raindrops to keep them golnPort land Oregonian ExPresident Clevelands Start Grover Cleveland helped his family before he was 16 by working In a coun try store Later ho studied law at the same time supporting himself by clerical work After he was admitted to the bar he was soon given full charge of the office In which he worked at n salary of JGOO per year Their Names Origin- I now know bow they happened to be called blsculU said Younghus band How asked his anxious bride From their rt emblancc to bisque As they were breakfasting at a oun try hostelry his facetiousness caused no tears Houston Post Muslctil Floors In Japan Japanese ladles sometimes have the floors ot their boudoirs underneatb the mats so arranged that by the movements of the uoards when trod den upon sounds something Uke the chirping of birds are emitted LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Gulag North Train 4 Dally Leave Bcreti 84S a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrivo Paris 528 a m Arrive Ciucinnati7 GO a m Going North = M Taln 0 Dully Leave llorea12 1265p m pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Onlng Couth Train Dally pmArriveOnlne South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea 1124 p m Arrive Livingston 12 80 am Train No1 and No 5 make con faction at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 21 and Nb 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON to Dentist Ttovy MOiIIMENTiiraa Granite antf MarbU Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch AU work guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Male and Colllni Streets r Ono of Many H A Tisdale of Summerton S C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was foundonly in DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many cures that hove been effected by this won derful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to eee that you get the genuine De Wilts made by E C DeWitt d Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve euros all kinds of piles cuts bums bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin dis eases etc Sold by East End Drug CoTo Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the moat complete and up todate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc f do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity orexpresliillcharges paid one way S G FRANKLINMt KY REFERENCE t Bank of Mt Vernon Savos Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K liar iland of Armond N Y1but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other med icine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 60c and 100 bottles guaranteed by East End Drug Co Trial bottles free F P V THE CITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News fro oonespoodeDce published un ese signed la fan by the writer The IIImo- II Dot for pubUcaUoa hilt U II erldence of good tsith Write plainly of I t t t t t T T t t t T t t1H1I1I + Glcavcs C Co contractors for the water works arc offering work foi moil and tennis No one need lx idle or poor in tho neighborhood Korea this fall CLAY COUNTY CHESTNUTBURG Through a mistako of tho corrcs Xiident tho marriage of Miss Mattio Medlock of Annville to Will Isaacs was announced as having occurred last Thursday Wo are informed that such was a mistake and take this opportunity of correcting it BRIGHT SHADE Oct 6Gilbert Cottiugim has been in our midst this week collect ing taxes Frank nod Oliver Wagers wont to Manchester Tuesday on bush ness Squire Smith has been attend ing Fiscal Court at Manchester this weokBov Smallwood preached at Mill Creek Sunday There were i peddlers killed in Knox County las week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct 10Mims Julia Youngteach er at Germantown and Miss Mamie Bell teacher at Murphysville spent Saturday and Sunday in this city Miss Clara Talbot is teaching again at Moransburg Miss Fannie Brady entertained Friday evening in honor of her twelfth birthday Quite a number of her young friends wore present with the teachers of tho pub lie school Music and guiles wore indulged in for a time mid then cause the repast of delicacies which was highly enjoyed by all present Prof C W Reynolds is the now organist of tho Bethel choir The La dies Aid Society of Scotts Chapel are holding their tall festival this weokC W Strauder returned to his homo in Cincinnati Monday after an extended visit to his aunt Mrs Lydia Rudd of Lawrence Creek GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE 1 Oct 10Born last week to Jack Green and wife an 8 pound Repub licunOur neighbor and friend F M Carter lied last Monday after suffering terribly for the last six mouths We extend our heartfelt sympathy to tho bereaved family Ho couldnot ho baptized as ho request lFred Bufords and Jas Hunts houses with all they possessed were destroyed by fire Friday night Uncle Jack is still suffering very much with rheumatism We understand that diphtheria is raging in the Paint Lick neighljorhood Say boys dont you feel ashamed going from church mill shooting at each other in sight of tho church Wo are going to try to get to Berea Udt 22nd The Democratic primary passed off quietly Saturday Robertson was chosen for County Attorney J A Doty for Clerk JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Mr John Isaacs of Birch Lick payee John Brackman a flying visi- tSaturdayA good many of tho boys have gone to work on tho waterworks near BereaJim A Hurst and his baby aro very low and not expected to linoMiss Margaret Day is able to go about againMr John Day is t digging coal for Aunt Jenny Morris this wooklr Jako Morris and Tom Johnson have returned homo from Indiana where they have been for several months Miss Jenny and Betty Morris visited Jim A Hurst SundayMr James Marcum is again to move to Richmond soon Mr Jacob Hillard has bought JIF Marcums cropSorghum mak ing is getting in full blastDlr Henry Clarkof Goochland paid G W Hillard a flying visit Thurs dayMr John Brackman and wiCoI visited Edgar Brackman of Big HillI this week OWSLEY COUNTY DOORWAY Oct SCorn crops aro lighter this year than usual Brice Dean is cutting form this week Fodder pulling is stopping a great manyI children from schoolN F broso aud Isaac Hacker went from this Creek to a teachers Association at Walnut Grove last Saturday Sept 17 An enjoyable time was reported several good speeches made especially the one by Mr P M Fry Morris Gay paid Miss Cretia Burns a visit last Sunday Luther Wilson visited tho Highland Sundayschool last Sunday Levi Morris has just finished repairing and painting the j hchoolhouse It looks much latter now BUCK CREEK Oct aTho literary society at ElkI Lick schoolhouse is doing nicely with Chester Maiuous as president J D Creech Finley Hamilton and Bascom Treadway came ovoi last Friday nod debated with houry Isaacs Dilliard and Lawson Mainous Creech Hamilton and Treadway went away happy knowing that they againOOsI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Oct lODied thov little child of Mr and Mrs Abo Shearer It was poisoned by eating jimpson seed Grandma Ogg is sonic bettorJ W Todd stuck n nail in his hand but is getting along very wellWo aro having plenty of dry and dusty weather but no frost yet BOONE Oct 7Rev J W Lambert at tended tho association at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ben Gay of Madison County visited Mr and Mrs Simes last Sun fmniltwho have been visiting at this place have returned to the homo in MadisonMrsLizzio Youtz of Pittsburg visited her parents hero last weekMr W A Roulette was married to Miss Mattio Simpson on Oct 5th Rex J W Lambert of ficiated Mr G R Willis of Berea and Miss Florence Berry of Conway and a former student of Berea were married Oct 8th at the home of the bride Rev J W Lambert officiated Mrs Etta Lambert and Mrs Daisy Lambert of this place went toBeroa Monday on business Mrs David Martin of Conway was at Boone this weekMrs Lucy Hix is still very low with fever Oct 3 We are having some very coolweather Corn is drying in a hurry Water is very scarce in some partsJ J Martin has re turned home from Mt Vernon where ho has been for about two weeks W W Anglin passed through today going to Boone Gap to levy on some ties Saturday and Sunday last was our regular meet ing at Scaffold Cane The church is in good condition now and tho young folks aro trying to do good Wo wish all our brethren and sisters could bo with us in our meetings but I hope tho Lord will ever keep them no matter how far away they may IHJ Grandma Ogg is still no betternot expected to live Luther McCollum and family visit d his father last Saturday Mrs P Gadd is on time sick list E McNelly was fined 20 and costs fc disturbing the school Miss Bess Linvillo Virgio Martin Ida McCal Ion and Eliza Macintosh visited Mae Todd SundayeveningMr and Mrs W II Stephens visited relatives in Clear Creek Sunday Joe Northen has a bad pet on his hand and is sufferhig very muchMr William Linvillo has rented old Uncle Jim Dobbs farm for timed next year MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Oct tone G L Campbell preached for Rev J Miller at Junction City Sunday There will bo a concert at tho church Saturday night Oct 10th given by time school for tho benefit of time schoolMiss Mary V White visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Rev G D Miller preached at the church Sunday night Mrs Allena Rico and Mary Alice Williams trade a flying visit through hero MondaymorningMrs F E Campbell was ill last week Oct snov G L Campbell wont to Lancaster Sunday to assist Tie J B Miller in a rallyMrs Sophia Miller who has been in Cincinnati a tow weeks returned homo Sunday night Tho school trustee election convened at the schoolhouse Saturday Alonza Campbell Ed Mason and Ben Martin wore candi dates Ben Martin receiving tho high omit number of votes was elected trustee Mrs Bottle Warner wont to Cincinnati Sunday to spend a few weeks Mrs Naunio Burnam and three infants aro in Shallow Ford visiting her brother Henry Burnam Mrs Ellen Whito and infant son was called to tho sick bed of her sis tor in Lexington last weokMr and Mrs John Miller Sr outer tained Mr and Mrs Ed Mason Misses Hattio Buruain and Addell Phelps Friday nightMr Junior Miller visited his sister Mrs Mattio Miller last week Mrs Alice Phelps was in Richmond Tuesday Arch Miller went to Richmond Monday to soil a mule far Hugh Samuols WALLACETON Oct10Mr Andy Elder and wife of Villa Grove Illaro visiting her parents Henry Wiloy James Wi hey who has been in Illinois for some timo is visiting his father Frank Wiley Wilson Rogers h rented tho livery stable at Lick and will begin business there r1 Our Popular Scholarship Contest o I TUB CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two terns to bo given to tho two most popular young peoplo in each of thin eight sur pussAslee County Mary Farler 1200 Clay Combs 050 Floyd Lucas 500 II McGuiro tOO Stella Thompson 200 T0Madison County Bossio Hays 1501 Claude DoHaun 1220 Wallace Adams 700 Tommio Baker 875 Maggie Lowell 875 Pearl Gay N 825 Clay County Susie Sparks 1friO Ida Beugol1000-V 1 Rico i 1400 1111 Robinson + p1200-T E Burch 050 Chins Combs COO GJJarvi8w 500 400JOwilsy County Nora Wilson 850 Snowden Boyuolds000i- t Garfield Campbell 450 Mary Rav 450 Flora Pendergrass 201 Burgoyne Botnor 110 Nettio Treadway 110 B J Pemlorgrass 101 Jeanette Gabbard 100 IRead THE CITIZEN advertisement on page 5 I the first of tho yearQ B Gabbard and wife spent Sunday with G E Brockman and arilsIVs are haw ing some very dry weather in this country water is veryscarce Clark Brothers sold 100 barrels of corn to Speaks Brothers to lw crihlJCdon tho same taro where it was raised at 207 BARE KNOB Oct lOEllis Hart who has Ixen in Ohio for two years tins returned again 0 J Lake of Evergreen visited his father J W Lake Satur dnJohn Kindred and daughter have been to Cincinnati on business Henry Bicknell bought a cane mill of Thomas Dougherty last week Time folks have stopped their wagons on account of the roads Ixing HO dusty Tho peoplo of this placed are getting scared about water its so scarce and the creeks sad branches hero nearly all dried up Everyone is praying for rainMr and Mrs J M Baker have returned from Illinois and seem to have enjoyed their visit very much W M Merrill has sold his farm and corn crop too mid is now on tho lookout for another resi dence Mrs Polly Baker of Rich mood who has liter visiting friends of this place has returned home A good ninny Berea teachers ami students were seen passing through hero to attend tho association Saturday and SundayQuiltn number of young folks were delightfully tertained by Mr nUll Mrs McQueens at their residence some few evenings pastAllof tho good old formers who have been wearing such long 1sour faces have changed considerably since molasses ranking and aro now realsweet looking Notice Dr L Cornelius has been forced to place his accounts in the hands of a lawyer for collection All who ro ceived statements and many who did not will save fees by sending at once to tiffs address 2051 Boulevard V Denver Colorado 1013 BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads Wrong food caused the trouble Right food will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample Chemletetyc sad fIMI all druggists Roekoastle County Rachel Hibbord j00 E B Thompson liOO John blcForron100Fnn- nio DTcCluro1XDfo- llio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely I00 Byrda Mcllargtiu 100 Jackson County W L Begloy 2500 Susie Watson 1200 Laura Hatfield 10iiO Samuel Davis mX Lizzie Wilson 360 Nannie Click 800 Lucy Parsons Soo May Sparkman SOO C D Smith 110 Robert Taylor 100 Estlll County Katie Moorcs UiiO Ambrose Wilson 860 Garnott Powell SOO Theda Noland 0X Nora McGoo 100 J 11 Richardson 21 Katie Winkler 2011 D B Alumbaugh 2- 00HoherLColo102Martha Logsdon 101 Sallio Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwoll 100 u Good Farm For Sale 05acres good fencing everlast ing water material ready for a good barn 10x00 feet other outbuildings good Ibacre in young orchard all kinds of fruits 30 acres ready for corn next year remainder of farm in grass on a prowl turnpike J mile cllluJIhomoaddress Z M Boen i2i Kingston CHURCHS NOVEL PLAN Trinity Collegiate to Combat Agnosticism In Chicago MONTHLY DEBATES WITH ATHEISTS Paitor of nII loa InMltutlo dope In Itmrh Worklnomen of setter Clan Who Are tu lnlUli TrlU 01IOAt Ham to Give Correct Idea of Society Atheists and agnostic specially those among the working classes arc wanted at tho new Trinity Collegiate church which recently opened In Chicago udder the direction of the Wcbiiter Improvement club nays the Chicago Tribune They will be more welcome than believers It being considered they ore more Interesting and more In need of help If plans outlined by the pastor pre vail at homes will be arranged for time benefit of unbelievers by the more well to do In Imitation of a system In successful operation by tho Oxford university social settlement In London Tho Trinity Collegiate church build- Ing was bought last year by residents of the neighborhood who didnt want to see It pass Into the hands of a negro congregation It Is owned by the Web ster Improvement club Dr P I Duf fy has been engaged as pastor Chicago said Dr Duffy Is becom ing a city of theists and skeptics sec ond only to Paris Young men espe dally those among the working classes dont go to church either because they dont get tho mental food they require or because they are not wanted by fashionable congregations lIe then outlined bin religious plan as followsMonthly debates with atheists 10 At homes by Chicago and suburban women Lectures on health food clothing and other practical subjects Literary and dramatic clubs a li brary amid gymnasium lOA Sunday school with courses of study In English literature art ecclesi astical lilntory liturgy and sociology Sunday afternoon concerts cantatas and oratorios Sunday evening Illustrat ed lectures on tho Bible lOA social settlement modeled on Eng lisp lines If tho preliminary work la successfulWe to reach a respectable class of young workingmen continued Dr Duffy It Is my Idea to bring these atheists who may possess social istic or anarchistic tendencies Into con tact with people of culture and refine went Tho hostess of an at home will bo expected to invite friends of her sta tion to assist In entertaining tho guests They will be asked to furnish music and refreshments I think by this means tho distorted view of society en tertained by Socialists will be corrected Carriage Satisfaction Here I carriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Gat our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not br paralyzIng the nrrwi and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions Thule notion Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making- It possible to relieve pain without ba aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Tills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Hendacho Stomach ache Menstrual Palm IlbeumatUm Backache Toothache etc They will also br their calming act Ion on the nerves almost Instantly re IIna such distressing feelings as Dill amiss CarSickness Indication Irri- tAbility Sleeplessness Nervousness eta Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure bemuse by pine verlng In their use you do away with the muJC- Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are guaranteed that first package will benefit or your money tack Never sold In bulk DrMlleslavlhadnehe mused by oatarrh until six year lmthome relief Since then I have not had one hard nttark bwaUM 1 take a Ill LllmollllyoOII FREE TriAllarkRI RrmlrtorHperlaltst will diagnose your cope tell you what Is wnmJlLnd how to It Kit IML MIUiH MKIUCAI CO LAUOIIATOIU 3 liUULYKT 1NU running running unn 1 I I I lrlr1 HHHH II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Percent For next days on ed White Refrigerators Large to CromIARBUCKLE SIMMONS Richmond II BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles are not liver Irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi cine 1 1 a bowel and remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a condition ProminentAmerican breeders and farmer their herds and flocks healthy ty giving them an occasional dose of lackDraulbt Stock and in food Anystockraiicrmaybuya 25cent n of Uiii medicine his d 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