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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Uruoke- 1I 1 I I I IiHMlI1I11IltfJ- AMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publisher red allAl Poetofet Berea Ir aa reaon- delan uroa nwtkr 1 VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1904 One dollar a year NO 18 lIDEAS Luck is usually unseen labor Men respect those who follow nut tlioHo who follow them The lest mUll to employ nru those who nru making n reputation not thoHo who have matlo ono TAKE NOTICE Election hay is Tuesday Novomlwr 8th tend the chapter nbout Girls on pains Note the celebration over the water works noted in next column On page 7 our renders will haw a chance to hour both sides for wu give nrliclert by BOIIIO of thu ablest men of lxth the Republican and the Demo ratio patty REPUBLICAN SPEAKING- Col W B Sherman of Chicago will speak In the Berea Tabernacle Saturday Oct 22 at 130 HORSEBACK PARADE at 1230 will be participated in by both ladles and gentlemen FROM THE WIDE WORLD King Grow of Saxony tiled yes torday Oct 14 The Archbishop of Canterbury nnd party sailed for homo Friday ton Kuro atknfl army evidently IH vriiMhingly Ixiiten Thu Japanese 1I01ll1ll0lllhnitHtllJluhH the lfim siam casualties nt 80000 The big Nova Scotia schooner Vntworth won dasher to piece III the surf on Chatham bar and all tilt crow protxibly lost lost Friday- A severe gale lies IMISII raging nt St Johns N P and 11N feared it has worked havoo among time liiihiiig fleet on the Grand Ranks nod the coast of Labrador IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It is announced that Chicago is to have the largest hotel in the world It will lw twentytwo storks high and cot 10000000 The Pullman Company has do eland iU usual quarterly dividend of 2 per cent and now has n surplus of 18017374 Mr llrynn made Devon or eight npeeches time third day of Ids Indiana tour Hjiraking last night Oct Hut Richmond Large audience greet ed the sneaker Tlie census Bureau reports that there are 271100 employers of the Government who twine under the civil sea 1x rule exclusive of over 100000 employe in the military omit naval braucheti of the Government Sir William White retired admiral of tilt British navy him teen ugliest in Washington this wOk Dad nt u dinner given for him by Admiral Dewuy he called attention to tilt no cvfvdty of proper military power to the nation that would remain non trnl in time of war The campaign liar who usually tries to confuse voters during the loot weeks of presidential campaign has already started out this year On both Hides ho now charged the I 11opposing party with gifting support from the trusts The truth in some trust magnates like Belmont are Democrats and others are Ropubli cons Hut voters can only judge of time stand of the two parties regard jug trusts by reading the promises which the Democrats make amid 10 meutiering tho acts of the Republi cans in making amid enforcing laws to limit thu trusts- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Information was received in Lou isville to the effect that the Louisville and Nashville railroad will no quire thu Louisville Henderson amid St Louis railway r Former Assistant Physician Walter A Luckoy nt time Western Asylum for tho Insane threatens to bring suit for libel against Superintendent Mil ton Board and other asylum officials for defamation of character William Jennings Bryan will speak 1 in Louisvilu Thursday night at Phoe nix Hill Park The lord committee wna informed yesterday that Mr Bryan would como to Louisville after speecn in New Albany 1hltl R G Pallium of Lexington thinking her jowolry valued nt 1000 wnappec1in n chamois skin I was n mouse hurled it from the third story window of n St Louis hotel and no truce of it urn Ixi found A law was passed last winter clearly unconstitutional on motion t of Alabama Miller of Richmond allowing certain cities to withdraw I all support from a colored public school except such its might bo raised by taxing tho property of colored people This moans that time chil drew of the poor skull bo untaught The first city to avail itself of this unuincricun und suicidal new is Ver IIfi8l1lc l t rl 41c t THE CITIZENu seoJlfjoicc with them Hint do rejoice heron College invites nil its friends herd ncighlrarfl to participate in n I GRAND CELEBRATION In the Tabernacle Saturday Oct 22 at 930 am over the great gift of MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER to lie brought five miles to Boron in iron pipes The first earth on tho campus will bo spaded by iHon Addison Ballard tins friend ptOpleID K PEARSONS Addresses by DR BARTON of Chicago and DR- COWLBY of 1MUSICCoffee furnished for all IHotLunch Baskets and CupsI++A ++ W + IUn W E BARTON DD I ION ADDISOX BALLARD A First Class College Course Bnrea College has many depart ments Normal Industrial etc hiltI till crown of them 1I111M time Colle giate Department itself This alone gives thu Institution time right to be called a college und tho curses of study in tho Collegiate Department mire longer and stronger than those in any other of tho institutions which are called colleges in this region Some of the rare advantages en joyed by students in time Collegiate Department are throo Unusually well qualified teach ers Time President Vice President and Instructor in Latin have not only receivedclegnm from limo best insti tutions in America but have hind tho Ixmofit of study in the old world dur ing the lust two years All tho other instructors have been selected be cause of their accomplishments an men nnd women of learning and their skill us teachers 2 The equipment of tho school is extraordinary Time library is the largest possessed by nay college in tho State The lalraratories are fitted up for work by tho students themselves etc il Time courses of sturdy are no laid out nnd conducted that students who graduate from Berea can enter upon postgraduate or professional studyat thu great Universities and find themselves abreast of the best students This in the test of tho sutperhf quality of time work done In Heron College The young man or young woman who desires the best and most timer ough collegiate course cannot do Iwttor than to como to Berea Any oreCan an Education This does not mean tho lazy or tho stupid By a boy or ir1wo moan somelxxly who can think nud some Ixxly who can work If you arc one who can think lot us think u little while ubout tho ox IXHISO of going to school In tho first plnce this is a prosper otis yenr Thoro is more money in tho country than over before and everybody has his share in this pros perity Good crops good prices demand for labor these things put money into our pockets so that wo must never expect to have n time whoa wo can butter afford to go to school or send our children than this yearn tho second place tho expense of going to school at n firstclass institution whore everything is of tho 8Omoljwlllolburrow In tho third place tho chief cost of nn education is tho cost of hoard nnd wo have to eat mid lx clothed even if wo slayat home One farm er sends his son and daughter to school nod at the cud of n year they have cost him wo will say 150 but twth of them are nblo to earn more motley thou before They have got ten the value of that 150 and u great deal more in their heads anti hearts whore it cannot be lost He has begun already to set them up for life by giving them an education Another farmer klOllri his boyand girl kilo nt home They too have to cat and wear clothes und spend money for various things At tho end of tho year ho may not have spent 150 but ho has undoubtedly spout more than half that mini and his son std daughter instead of being improved have lieen standing still or going backward nil tho time Now is time time for every young man tend young woman to raise time question How much almond shall I bo next summer r Shall I waste this winter staying at homo by tho fireside or ahull I strike out and learn something while I have the chance r We should study n little over time real question of how much it does cost to go to Borea Wo will sup pose you nro ready to begin tho Farmers Course or tho lone Science Course or the Normal Course Time whole expense outside of clothing travel washing und postage will 27 for tho winter term which ho gins January 4th Of this 1750- is to bo paid tho first day 0 on the 28th day of the term and 450 on tho 50th day If you multi it you will see thnt this amounts to 28 but on tho last day of the term you receive buck provided you have returned nil tho books you have borrowed from tho libmry nnd hnvo done no damage to the furnishings of your room or other College property For time spring term which begins March 22nd tho expense is n littlo less that is 2425 You pay 1580 tho first tiny 540 the 28th day and 402on the 5flth day nnd receive hock 1 nt tho end of the term pro vided you hnvo injured no College property If n person is not so fur advanced thnt i is if one should bo in tho Intermediate or below they would pay 1 less on tho first day If they should en tor tho Academy or 4th Year Normal they would pay 1 more on time first dB and students entering tho Cot lege pay 2 more on tho first day But it amounts to this that for lose thau elm you can get a good term of school For n little over 50 haooAIM you can get tho winter and spring terms Surely nobody who believes in his own brains and desires to stand in tho front rank need go without an education D K PEARSONS The Peoples Friend A millionaire who lives as simply as n farmer and who is devoting his attention to giving away money in such a way as to benefit other people is certainly mart worth knowing There are a few such in Gods world today and perhaps the prince of them all is D K Pearsons of Chicago Dr Pearsons uses his great business ability and sagacity in spending the money which ho has earned in such n wayas to benefit his fellow men The Doctor was horn in the mountains of Vermont and brought up in the geaorous hearted patriotic state of Massachusetts Many years ago he went West and rolled up his great fortune by honest deals in lum ber und land in Michigan Indiana nnd other states tributary to the western metropolis Ho is now eighty four years of ago nnd enjoys doing good so much that ho expects to live to ixa n hundred Tho care with which ho has select ed tho most worthy institutions shows his business sense He believes in schools which are really benefiting the common people and which are car nod on on strict business principles For his work in tho South ho has selected Berea which ho visitedsome years ago Ho has kept up a careful acquaintance with the Institution frequently sending letters of inquiry to President Frost and being rep resented on the Board of Trustees by his oldtime friend the Hon Addison Ballard Thousands of mountain homes have reason already to bless the name of D K Pearsons HON ADDISON BALLARD Mr Ballads grandfather was a slaveholder in Virginia Like many others ho saw tho wrong of that in stitution nnd moved to Ohio taking his slaves with him and setting thorn free Mr Ballard himself was brought up as n member of the Society of Friendswith which ho is still in n way connected though ho is a prominent member of the First Pres byterinn Church of Chicago Ho went to that city many years ago and was associated with Dr Peaisons in many great transactions in lumber und laud lIe has hold prominent offices in connection with tho city and has been of tho highest service because of his strict integrity in tho management of city affairs his good judgment in tho planning of county buildings und the carrying out of improvements in tho city Mr Billiard and his wife have made snv oral visits to Burea nnd it is very fitting thnt ho should hnvo tho first part in tho celebration on Saturday when ho will remove the first shovel ful of earth for tho trench on tho College campus which is to contain tho pipes bringing water from tho mountain springs Mr Bollard lion assisted in tho purchase of our mountain land gave the new roof to the Tabernacle n few years ngo In personal appearance Mr Bat lard has frequently been said to resemble Abraham Lincoln Ho is a man whom every student in Borea will love to honor REV WM E BARTON DD Rev Win E Barton DD grad noted from Berea in 1835 His five minute commencement speech was so taking that it was copied in tie newspapers and published both eas and west north and Houth During his college course nnd afterwards ho taught in various places in tho moun tains of Kentucky and Tennessee and for n time was pastor of ti church Completing his theological education at Oberlin he had two successful pastorates in Ohio nnd was thou call ed to Boston Ills public addresses and tho numerous and important books which ho has written have given him n national reputation It is a bright day for tho Borea students when ho pays us a visit t 1 + +1111 To J I 1T Sixteen Departments Bight Pages Cannot Afford LoseI IAVEthat you do not care to l seIIf so we advise you to one of our safe deposit in our fire proof vault These safes will take care of your papers jewelry and etc The Safe costs you yearCome f h j I r J I THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier 11 8 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Ii Phone 188 Richmond Ky th f 1 Out iFlowersDesigns andBlooming I J Plants Ci You may have the best goods and cheapest bargains in the county but if no one ever heard of your store or your bargains what wouldyour brains and hard work amount tot The newspaper is the best means of putting your name before the public Among the topnotchera as result bringers found THE CITIEN f +o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o + i THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON t 1Ishere and every housewife wants one or morel1pieces of new l 1FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING l+ 0- l Take a Look Through Our Stook 1- l It will surprise you how well and how reasonably wo can o o supply your wants + 1 IF ITS FROM US ITS GOODl New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machinesl o 25 80 and 35 worth S50 60 and f6 o ORTJTOHER EVANS o 1IThis Week is a special one with us because thu beginning of a new school year means the finding of many new friends In anticipation of a pleasant years we call your attention to attractive IntLadies Hose and Vests Our large opening in fall and winter hats Ribbons in College colors Handkerchiefs etc and other things feminine Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky 4 t t f t t t t t i t H t t t East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES See our 5c and lone counter I A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRWTiONS A SPECIALTY H C WILF Prop n iDR GOODCHEERS REMEDY rsi nil oUt of kilter li you7 Nothing to suIt you ijultc HtrlCH seem sort of dark ami clouiletl Though tltf day is fair and bright JCyvs affected foil to mKIc- aIlmuty spread on every rmnd HwirlnK ao Impaired youre miming Nonas of praise We t and srandT- No your cart t not uncmnrnon Ill a popular illalrefii Though th not at all eontSKlons- Tli u amU hive It more or lir Rut It yield to Dimple treatment Anti cuy quite tn cure K you toW my directions Cotivaleiseoce quick In sure Take a bit of cheerful thinking Add a portion of content And with both let Ilail endeavor Mixed with earnest n lc blent The with care and skill compounded Will prmluce a magic oil That bound to cure If token With a lot of honest toll If your heart Is dull and heavy If your hnp Is jmle with doubt Try this wondrous OH of Promise For twill drive the evil out Who will mix 1tT Not the druggist From tin bottle on his shelf Tho InstTllonts required You nirst flnd within yourself BuccetiM J n A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GE3HAHDT CorJr1bt t bj J B LippiDCoU Companr CIIAPTKK xv A jounxur- A year bail passed unil hart brought to June much Midiiess for her fdtliorb death had occurred in the upriug Her stepmother worn out by nurs ing Mr Kllery through his long ness nuil by the Liter cares of the 4istntc hull broken down and was Kt recovering from II fever when word ruine that Edward had been severely wounded in a skirmish with Lnfayettes army in Virginia nnd wiis lying it was feared at tho point of d fa tli in Portsmouth It was Iessemrr who wrote and lit urged that June and her stepmother set out nt onre for the young soldiers bed Kide It wn impossible for Mrs Kllery to o but lane prepared im mediately for the journey upon which Let aunt determined to nnoinj iiy tier Soon after they entered Virginia they arn that the llritish forces liad a1 tnrloned 1ortmiioiith imd pro ceet1eIi Vurktown hence it was nvuiiM iu latter pluer they directed tliclr lout tarried out of their TC id ilwu found themselves i 0i olhen Lafayette army riight hnve bevn t ome vi at il M lng hall not u eohinrl if one o In Continental regiments irnroii 4 in if Mrs Kllerys and vouched ir hilt Judys loyalty and Mhw Idler discretion It wns well to ran 1 afternoon before they touUI tt out ngnin IIJKIH their jour ney Hnk had fallen when they iici tl tin town where they were to uip for the night and with the dusk hud come u hthY rain S TJic inn MI which they took refuge wits a ramshackle affair Mrs Ellery went t itchy to bed and lifter an hour lane followed her iimts example though her vigorous youth rebelled tgaiiiHt the tr early bedtime and she lay tuvukr half worrying about her brother half wondering what recep tion tiny would meet with in York town whim there wan an entrance into tin room back of hers aguinut whose partition wall her bed wan placed There were three voices audible One Khe recognized us this Inn keepers the other two were unfa miliiir and more cultured She gather ed that they belonged to a couple of liritish olllwr who had stopped tit the Inn for slipper They spukt of tile heavy atorm without and ordered their host to have a lire built that they might dry their drenched gar ments Soon site hearth him laying it ami presently it begun to crackle und roar When the fire was well started the host went out Finally supper was brought in and there was a merry claUer of dishes rime ollleeW liadr tile servant who brought it leave them and then one of them com meiiisrtt to fret about the heat from the 8i A a a ret u It they moved timetable ip ilttse to time partition wall Ltr nwav from the fireplace as they coild get It This brought it just on the other side of JaneH bed They began to talk in low tones but tilt girl after the first plcasnr nble Interest in their entrance hail died uway occupied her thoughts with other matters and soon doed It vftK the name of IJcHscmer which Hturtled lute from her light slumber and involuntarily her ears wore on the alert Thru followed wmie quick low wordj which jruve her an inkling of what was In the wind A night ottncJ upon Lafayettes army l Vflwt wt the doing lyitip there HiiUTing spying Iliil wlie fallen wo low AH that iim It not her duty to make some movement which should betray her iriMn e tn imosu uvfr fclioiinl npprle them that they were livingmvtrlipuirii Ye Hinrly it was her tlitty ahi an Kllery hud been bred to know thud Yet site rtimle no movement Thry began to- bomist In each other nhvuvK in llIir tubdiuil vuicuv that the aiiniliilutiou IQf Lafayettes army would mean the cmMiIng of Ilie Anierfcnh enuse It wits too weak to mid sneh n blow its that The French would l f affrighted there would hI no more lof tiiMr mill fnrtlieomlng and wllii it where wotdd Mr Washington lie On Ms knees hefore King ieorge They finished their puppet mind nrO e from the table June conhl hear them IrRmpIng about the foom moving chairs nnd buckling holts evidently preimrlng for dejKirture She hail gBthrnHl lthnt they were to ride ensitwnrd anti Join Iteitsrinpr to report the rewilt of their roeoi iioldHonce The atnck was to w made that night The iloor opened and oloed They were gone Site arose lighted her candle and looked at her watch A quarter it eisht Slowly she dressed Mrs Hilerys unore were plainly audible from the next mom Slim opened her door and peered into the hull It was deserted A torch over the stairway and another at time further end were itt only lights She walked to Iii heart of tlu stairs and begun the descent They ended in a corridor below SIte posseulmulumuig this to tilt rear of the house The way was dark but she had been over It before for the carriage had driven through the innyurdto the stable anti site anti her aunt had alighted there entering by tIlt bock way She gathered her skirts about her and went down the corridor stop Time stable wan only n short distance from tIme house One of its double door stood open A lantern hung within Site made her way to time truvelingcarriuge and took from tinder the bad sent a hooded cloak which site threw about her Then slit tnL n look at her horses like the southern woman slur was There were the carriagehorsesstrongs- turdy a little overfed turning cuba questioning eyes upon her There was her aunts Iliack Nan once the fastest horse in all the country round hut grown too old There was her own lleetle sleek coated fiery eyed long limbed turning a knowing gazo upon her Upon the nails close to hand were neatly placed his ac coutrements She took down the saddle and bridle and th other paraphernalia No one knew better than lane how to saddle THE RIU1NO UAfK WAS HAHDEB THAN Tilt COMING a horre nor woull it be till first time slit hud ridden Bldewayw on a mans saddle It wits easy to summon back tomboy tricks The wind ithook the stable rattled the window knocked impatiently at the cliiKtd half of the dour Muttered the straw in time forward stalls flick ered the lanterns light Out into the wind and sputtering ruin went Jane mind time horse She hud led him through time stableyard out through tilt cnreleEwly open gate It was good weather tii be In the house not weather to tempt idle loungers out doors It us a most unseemly thing for a young jvmian unattended to dash up III halfafter twelve oclock at night to n sentry guarding the out post of n enmp nnd demand to be taken to his commanding general or if nut to lien Lafayette himself then to Col Jorelyn of the Continen tal fore Uben at hint site was face to face with Col Jocelyn he listened graveU to wlmi site had to say and liHsteiicd to headquarter The sleeping email wax hurried into wakeful nts Ilir tale was believed Col Jixejyn urged her to allow him to send an escort back with her but Jane declined Yet the riding hurl was harder than the coming She nod ISeetle hind no enthusiasm to sus tain thrum The horses hood was not turned homeward her mission was accomplished thu reaction had set ill What would KdwanT what would Iessemer say if they knew what slim Imd done They would look upon lice as a traitor Vet did sIte regret what site had done 1rom her aunts standpoint from tiie standpoint of tummymit her kin ptodc hilt Idwnrd Iiiid slit not the right to rejoice if she indeed Ian d the American army Situ re called Col Jocelynrt words that there was no calculating tilt service she had rendered her country in saving the army from such an nttuk Her cOlin try Yf It was bur country OK III the distance u panther Imd set up an insidious persistent cry lor awhile It was till only sound whleli broko through the pouring rain and Mobbing wind but presently thrt came another sound n heavy sound that shook till ground The HrllUli were approaching Site drew III autO IIgsuuliuC trees and dismount ing mimI lire hand upon Ituutlcti bri die The wound cuino closer The front runUs were up to her now There was n clanking of spurs the creaking of damp saddles a buy spoken word of caution or command They were passini1 And still thej came on anti on u mmmlmint until al length the rearguard had gone hr time last straggler bind disappeared Then situ mounted ngflin her elnmj manw Middle CIIA1TK1J XYI- OHtTOWN It was gray dawn when slur rod into the limit stableyard limit thieve Wilt no stir about tlie prcmlsce and site found the Htabledoor open as clue had left it While she was iiuttln up her horse and slipping back to her room the Irltlsli were ret rid tig from tielr frnl less attack That afternoon win1 llesxemer rod out from amonij the tunuhes anti redoubts of York town to tvItCtJIUl her und her mint to th fortillcd town he little snspeuted that it Will ttis girl who had com passed his defeat The Kllorys foumi Vdwurd qullo UP lit ns lletsemers luttei ud leil them to suppose tint for the next few weeks their hands were Jail with nursing him When they arrived tin town wore an air of careless caw Young ollicers III guy uniform IW1Igered through its street their loud boasts of what would bo done when reinforcements from Sir Henry Clinton arrived or when tIme Irltl li fleet came hilt gradually all this changed One day hope ran high th Itrlthdi 11t had bfen sighted it WBK flitting the next there wnn the bottomleHt pit of despair Time fleet wua Do frames Not came information of Wash ingtons arrival then liens thnt tht breneh und American forces were marching fonvanl from Wllltnms burg On tilt twentyeighth the town was thrown into u jmnie The front coliimn of the nppnmching iirnilen had been sighted Orderlies dashed hither timid thither the lines of sol diery were put in motion tlie man ning of the works Will strengthened The besieger came till HrttUdi aban doned their outer works nail huddled within the intrcncliments the siege had begun During nil time worry and excite meat of thoo troublous times House mer did not neglect June nor full to look after her comfort at well as lie could It was no secret among those Light enough lip to know Unit hail ti rmviilln followed the advice of liis colonel of dragoons be would have made n bold heIdi out of York low n ere the allied forces had a cluner to pen him np Kven now lies seiitr InpRcd his commander to make time attempt stub so far prevailed as ti win from him pcrmhudon to make the tilt essay- Returning from tIme conference with Ids iliiof he stopKd to see Jane and took item Into hue confidence shIll cicntly to loll her something of the enterprise lie luau on foot If wo BUocood sweetheart he said if we gil wit of this lir lc where we arc hekl like mice in a trap then we shall he nble to soon turn time tables upon these allies and bring thi war to n speedy close then I Him II shall I not claim the fulfill ment i if vnir promise mind carry you Lath tn Ku lnnd with me us nay wife Col lletuienicr Mid Jane who tried more than once tc Interrupt him than you for the confidence you home reposed In me this after noon lint feel that have been most remlMH In roeelrlng it without first acquainting you with something which when you learn of it may enlist yon no longer to desire me for your wife UosMmer lewned fuirutiurd You mean ho saul Theli with mice which faltered not n little under the growing anger in his eyes she acquainted him with her ride to warn Lafayettes army llessemers brow darkened his hills compressed Pushing back his chair lie walked to tlie window And so he saul turning to her at lisl yon thought to serve a double purpoiu by yoiii treachery Tn save time partisans of your lover rail to forge n nieHiis of making me repent tin wish to make you my wife Yuiii liavo ndscnlciilatcd in till lost You shall marry me Had I tlinf did not other matters pres we wiuld be wedded tonight limit us Itc4t time delay will not he fur long anl I will take care that my wife shall he loyal He tirade from time room lana sat for n moment trembling under the lash of his anger aunt not less under the misconstruction Itr luau put upon the motic of her confession then she inured towards the window It looked out upon in October suit set To time north and west u crimson curtain hail been dropped and against this curtain wan clearly lije figure of Col llessemer lit he rode towards tic ulu er A heavy fog had wrapped the little town aril its environments In a chill embrace when nexf morning tho llritikl rode out from their quarters It WIIS not et four oclock and tIll sun laud nntthollht of rising nor WIIH there a streak of dawn Tin troops route silently for their lIlinhlllI- IIl1st be performed quietly or not tit nil It wits III truth to capture sonic new batteries on till 1renelt side which laud only been completed till lily before nail were supposed to bo poorly guarded if the elTort wens siiccciMifill it was proposed to throw lIIm11IAlIlnKI ItII were In plait and ho was to lake tn brunt of its eveoil tlllll lie and ids men went forward gallantly tluy swarmed upon the butteries they captured them but ere till rest of time Uritsii force could come up the iihirm hilt been soil umdctl along tho Krenuli and American lines guards rushed to till relief of time UHmillcd point nnd the lirlllhh weru Driven Lacl leading their dead and wuuudvd strewn along the Intttcvirfi 1 1 leaving tliers to time bushy of theli r lender was the last attempt of th 11It save one to escape from the t which held thrill and when that fuulkdIwallls gave up In despair nor thnl lie should send proposals for slur render to Mr Washington The day of time surrender dawned lair hut Jane refused to go with irtriumphant aunt to sri the apeetnele Site felt that it vuus n small enough net of loynlty towards both the dead liesnemor ami tho living Kdxvurd to remain away from n scene that would have been so humiliating to both hind- hcu l ocn present to witness It Hut Aunt Susannah was drterred by lu jHivh scruples and arrayed III nil till finery slit could muster witi hr head hold very high she set forth to view tho pageant The Kpeclaule wrts well worth com ing mites to see and many had so i otiie There wtttt a surprising con course of onlookers considering tint sinHllness of the town till poor fu tilities for travel between the place o I surrender nnd time surrounding c intry as well ns the haste wlh whleh tlie whole alTalr lund been arntngedlipon the left stretched time long limit of French troops upon the right tlie euMi longer line of Amerinniu with Washington till one figure upon his white charger at their head The appearance of Ill triumphant armies was shabby TIme uniforms showed the hard work of the Hoge the iiindstainB of the trenches the powder burn time mil dew Hitches woven by foggy nlgit tumid limit days Of the American many were thrcndbnr ind nut a few III tatters Between tho e faded eohimns cnnr the Ilrltlsh In thulr bright nc clothes which Coniwnllis had Hint morning in n final spurt of lavish less ordered Itwuued but if their garl was l right their faces werr In con trast With snKon countciinncer tlowncHst pyw nnd leaden tread they marched In vn the long wide aisle that haul been left fur them color cased and their dnitns boater sardonically lint nppr prlnte ttinr The World is Turned f nlde iuimu n It was aftxr time ecreinonies wer o er that Mrs Ullery and itxlfrey met for y unp Wurtlilngltm it seemed woe n captain of Infantry in Gen Washingtons army utah hh hall been DOe of the very companies that engagiMl In the defeat of lleaso nice on the fwggy mnrninir so fatal to that warrior Nothing would do hut Aunt Siisannnh must carry him back In trlumjih with her t i the mime where she and Jane sad Kdward were quartered and on the way Mrs KlleryV tonfftie was nut Idle As they entered tIme iVwrway of time house Jane was just dravending tho Minn her way to the dlnliifr room fur some food Kdward At sight of Godfrey the color cotisider ably dimmed by events of the met months deserted her cheeks mindshw laid her Inind upon time iMlnstrndo for vnplMrrt It tuna snrprlsiiiK how an slxoble a woman ax Aunt iiusannah contil melt nwa so quickly lilt dis appear slio did and Worthlngtm and Juno wore left the only occupants nt the hall Jane Ho came swiftly twnrdi her Jane your aunt hums jut told me wliiit ult have done wlut yii wore to dcfir my sake of swrrllki you Imd made And were to mcke t rave my lift My lod to think thnt yon could have saerlfceed yniri1 tlllt for me amid that fool p troon Hhoiibl hove misread you should hate June yon I ririvi the wonls spoke at your fIrhoiltetbe It aiRhtwewere together Can you erhaw still care a Hitl for n man co dull that he could not read your too generous heart mlirht and must needs hnvo It Interpreted fur hum h others Tell me Jant can you NjI for such n one Tho guy strains of a martial hind pnssliu tho house drifted in from ilu street nv lit lient ills head to roiihis answer Tit K UND Itrnl lliiiliirlnB Poi Judxin had nover taken st much as n lnglo course In unethical study hut he was in greater demand than thn regular practitioner of Crew lilo who had a dcirreo and framed dlllnlJ1 In lila chime Id rather trust to Dill JmUnni dooiortnK than any thats learned out o medIcine books said old lady Sim nion Vhon preisod for n reason for thli profonmce the old lady had one un failing answer When Don was away one time wits took with rheumatism In my side nn I had to lot daughter Jane send for tho diplomy doctor Ho give mo mad iolnos an uald the rhoumatlsni woihi give way tji em It did give wny lee e by lootlo an flan wore on loivins roC weak as a rag Wflll now when t have onn o thoai quells on Doc Jitdson tenda mo hn comes In tlvee ono look at me nilxoi tiP a glass of ills herb rititfT an in ofisn 12 hours ho has that rlicnnintltr lilKtlnq nil ovornio from head to fool doparUng1 in a half dozen dlroctloiM an no chance for my mind to dwell on any ono spot an nay Itj time wail thar Thats what I call doctorlngl Youths Companion InlnleiiH llcnINtr- Dili yii go to the dontUtX PMI5 Yes uncle VII you cry Ko uncle That was a good boy Ill alvo JJn flro groschons far being brave DM it hurt you much No not at all Why how was that O tho dentist was not at Ljtnt Dorfbarbicr ADVICE FOR A BEGINNER Everything in the Poultry Business Depends on Qctting a Successful Start I am starting a poultry business here and I have suniclent ground to rate all my feed excepting fresh meat and with somo suggestions M to what Is best to raise I have corn oats Kaffir corn sweet corn and sorghum planted I hue 20 acres of tillable land Also bow many hens per rooster for breeding purposes glru best results Also how much fresh meat per 100 fowls and how often should It be fedT How shall I divide my running yards Also would It be advisable to place house and running yards in an old orchard 1o the above Inquirer Mr U E Keyscr replies In the Ohio Farmer u followsYou have a sufficient variety of foods when the grains are supplcment rouivrnY iiofBi AND YAIUX ed with meat and green food Wheat and buckwheat are superior to sweet corn and sorghum If as easily grown Cabbage mangelwurxels etc should be grown for green food In winter I prefers mangels as they arc less diffi cult to handle and store A ration composed of a mixture of the grains named with green food and meat should be divided about as follows Whole and ground grain 65 per cent green food 30 per cent animal food 15 per cent It Is best to teeth mOAt every day giving about four and one bait pounds to each 100 fowls It you can secure fresh bones from tho butcher and have a bone cutter this Is probably the beat meat supply K bones are difficult to secure feed a gooJ grade of beef scraps The number of females to one male varies with the different breeds For tho lighter and more active breed such as Leghorns 20 Plymouth Rock 15 to 20 Brahmas 10 or 12 ae safe numbers In locating a poultry plant It Is a croat advantage to havo thA houses ili face the south or southeast Houia room 12x11 Is sufficient for 25 fowls and the yards 21x100 feet are alp about right for this number Your plan is good If the houses all face the south The rtns may extend from time north side if desired An old or chard Is an ideal place for locating a poultry plant and Is especially valu able as a run for growing stock An other excellent plan Is to have houses in the middle of the runs making then feet deep on each side of house The accompanying plan Is a good one Houses are 10x32 feet divided into two pens each 10x16 holding 21 fowls each Yards 22x50 two to each pen one in front and one In rear of house The hens cap be allowed to oc cupy both yards or may be confined to one yard while a forage crop Is growing In the other Portable fence may be moved from one side to the other thus saving half tho cost of fence and leaving tho ground on one side of the houses clear for cultiva tion The houses all face tho south This plan may be extended to accommodate any number of fowls HELPFUL POULTRY HINTS Disinfectants are better than disease- A boiled egg which done will dry quickly on the shell when taken from the kettle Wooden floors closo to tho ground attract the damp from tho earth And are always moist Tho dust heap aids materially to cleanse the feathers and skin from ver min and Inpurltles Time eggs from hens by themselves will keep good three times as long as those that arc fertile Sell oft tho surplus cockerels and do not retain the latehatched pullets as they will not lay until spring In feeding fowls at any time whether In confinement or not give only so much as they will eat up clean American Tribune More Yard Room for Hens Where fowls arc kept yarded they do not often Lava the amount of yard room that should be given them On our farms restrictions of this kind are not necessary as land Is worth too small a price to make It necessary to lessen tho amount the fowls should have The small amount allotted to the poultry is often duo to tho cost of fenc lag But the larger the yard tho less the cost of fencing If no top rail Is used four feet will be found high enough for a wire fence If the yard Is of good size Tho smaller the yard tho higher will tho fence have to be as tho srahller the yard tho more strenuously will the fowls try to get out of It Warmers Jlovlew TIME FOR WEANING COLTS How to liming time Foals Through a Serious Period of Existence with Perfect Success Tho season for weaning foals Is at hand and It U tlmo to make preparation therefor if such preparation has not al ready been made The colt should bo taught to eat grain and be fed regularly so that It will learn to depend upon the feed rather than upon Its mothers milk Under such conditions there will bo much less fuss on tho part of both mare land colt when the latter Is finally re moved and the change will have less effect upon tho growth and condition of tho colt as It Is extended over a lon period and effected gradually says the Prairie Farmer It wilt be well too to have the colt baiterbroken before It Is taken away from Its mother At no time can it bll more readily taught to stand tied or to lead than when by the side of tbo dam Even If the colt la to run loose In a shed or box during the winters until It U old enouah to work the halterbreaking at this time should not bo neglected Time colt will never forget It and when ready to go into harness will be much more tractable because of the early lessons Again It ls often necessary to handle the colts during their growing period for tIme purpose of trimming the feet or dressing wounds that have been acci dentally Inflicted and In such cases It II a very great advantage to have them well halterbroken The colt should be liberally fed on nourishing growing food during Its flrut winter as Its development the nut year determines largely the kind of a horse It will make After the first year It will get along very well on coarser and cheaper feed than some other kinds of stock but It should have ot the boat during tho first year While It should have a liberal grain ration the colt should not be fed too much corn Muscle and bone making feeds such as oats and bran are better suited to Its needs A mixture of corn oats and bran mako an excellent grata ration for tbe colt Wltb good clover or alfalfa hay for roughage the bran may be dispensed with and a larger proportion of corn used with satlsfac tory results HORSES THRIVE ON SILAGE But Says an Indiana Man It Must Be Fed Judiciously and with Some Care When silage was lImit Introduced many cases of sickness In horses wert reported and it was then thought silage wits not suited fot horses under proper care however good silage Is a safe and valuable food for horses When beginning to feed silage allow the animal to become accustomed to tho food by degrees as tills Is as Im portant as when changing from old to new corn or from hay to grass At the first feed give a small amount ant Increase gradually as the animals ap pellte and condition ot bowels may In dicate Slings makes a good roughage for horse when used In connection with hay or stover and groin Silage Is also a good feed for hogs and has been found to bo economical to use la conjunction with corn as a mainte Dance latlon but not so If used alone All good slIngs contains alarsamount of corn and If a Urge mUon of corn Is given besides It often proves dangerous anti gives bowel trouble Hogs fed from 28 to 35 popnda of sil age and 14 to 21 pounds of corn on the cob per week can be kept In good condition through the severe winter By using silage the feeder saves one third In the cost of feed Silage Is considered a cheap maintenance ration for carrying brood sows over winter and not for fattening Agricultural Kpltomlst CONVENIENT HOC TROUGH Arrangement That Is Handy Because It Can Do Cleaned Without the Pigs Interfering Maka a common V shaped trough ot heavy solid lumber Make a swing gate of 2x4 ber and tlmIluck lx iInch boards 12 Inches wide by 4 feet long and bore 2 Inch hole In 3 inches from ends Hang time gate by nailing boards to each end of trough Attach a latch so that the gate can bo held on either side of trough Place this trough In hog lot fence When you go to feed push the gate from you and latch it Clean out the trough and put In Ute feed Now pall Ute gate to you so hogs can eat This arrangement U bandy for the trough can bo cleaned or feed mixed without bogs Interfering C B RobinsoniWindmill Made at Home It may be built by setting na upright post supporting an upright abaft haying a hub on top carrying three horizontal arms to each of which are hinged light rectangular frames covered with heavy muslin or light canvas regulated to awing In one direction only from horizontal to perpendicular The calls are carried with wind at right angles to It and return edgewise against the wind The post may lean two feet at tho top so as to shorten the connection of the upper box wIth It The lower bearing may be In a post sot oven with the ground under the upper bearing Tho pulley four feet In diameter secured near the bottom of tbo shaft may have a smooth true groove for rope band burned Into Its circumference by a crow bar Its one end resting In a bole In a post the other In hand while the mid die In contact with tho wheel la reel hot Albert Dally In St Louts Glob Democrat i I THE CITIZEN r H The Home JBNN1B LESTER RILL Editor I4F1II 111ItI11II1Itl1tII1 A Tale With a Moral Oh Clarence darN cried Mrs Hat What have you tound to eat Im lure It must ie something nice And know It mutt be iweet nut Mr Hat Jut gruffly ajd Ifeur right It cant to beau And never offered Jolrl Rat A mouthful of the treat N ate away the llvtlonu day And tar Into th nlsht llhr better halt she wept and begged For Jui a little bl I nut Mr fat ate en until The bite was empty quite Now come the sequel awl t think It really ocrvei him right WHAT IUVK toU rorno TO CAT The nut day he commenced to grow And get both tali and tat njr noon he wan at let the lie Of any ordinary cat At dinner time poor Clarence lay Quite tick upon the mat Ill rite more like an elephant Than that of any rat Now west forclrtnc Mra nat So werrled did eke feel Sha ouht nil paper bag from which Ho aU hla hearty meal Th Made Fertlllierl ebe taw printed on the aeai And put her little brain to work With course and with teat she found n bar of alum and A let ah did apply And coon waa well rewarded for Whll watchlnc by and by Ihe laW him shrink to normal ilie p And with a little sigh earL3- MOHAU11 t If corn ret rood you chance to find Fjr t try It on your neighbor r Its apt to sate you eulTerlns And othrra thought and labor- rittaburc J Dlipatch t 11 + I + HH1HHHHrHH The School Loan WIBT DINSMORB Edi- torHHHHIHIa III II I 1H14 ABOUT GIRLS UIAITKR ITIE flint AND Till ORGAN Mont p oplo Iiko music naturally It is probable that girls have lx ttor taste in music however than toy Tho boyunjoys n nvsharp or n horsefiddle anything that makes lIoillltwhilu a girl desires Home thing Ixtttor Not only tho girl enjoys music however hut the rest of us enjoy having our girls trained HO as to en tertain us with good music Every father mid mother is proud to have n daughter who knows something about this pleaSBttart Tho lest musical training n girl can get is on tho cabinet organ Not every homo can have a piano and tho piano in n less pleasant instru Mont in many cases in either the 1101110 or the schoolroom hilt tho cab givedelightlist voice it keeps up the music in school or Sundayschool anti it is HO attractive that nay girl who has an organ anti n start III music will go on and uso continually for herown on joymont and tho enjoyment of her friends Tho real difliculty is in getting tho start in mimic And hero Uerea Col loge has mmlo the lx st possible pro vision A girl who is attending school at Borea can take two lessons a week on tho cabinet organ for an entire term for 15 Besides this sho lays 2 for tho use of tho organ to practice upon dually and 50 for tho use of n large music library It is really wonderful how much progress WitH made by girls who tooK organ last year Thcso prices are less thou half what is charged in other places Several girls who have had only a fow terms have returned pontes and been able to give lessons by which they earned moro than their music costC- HAPTER nTIIE OIRL ANn TilE SCHOOL A peat mistake has been mado for many yearn by people who suppose that grlstdo not need an education Many n man has mulled to gut on as well as ho might with his family ho cause his wife did not chance for education and his tlnugh1t- orll wore not encouraged to improve their minds Tho fact is our womenfolks contribute fully as much to the Imp piness and miccosH of any family as tho It is tho women who are to train tho llftlo children it is tho women who care for us in sickness it is tho women who are to niche tho homo attractive that tho young llapitmessthereimstend in some forbidden and dangerous place How much is it worth for a family to have a girl who knows how to cal culato oxH nflos 1 For example ono who can tell how touch money CUll IKJ brought in by the sale of eggs nod feathers and who can tell how much it will cost to provide clothing anti groceries for the household A will untrained girl wastes money if she hits it and even if she lies no money silo wastes tilt materials in hoc futh ors house Somo jKTOplo wonder how it is thnt n school improves girls but every Ixxlywho hits watched tho girls who have ftx nt a few terms at Borea ro memlxirs what they wero like When they rams and notices what they art like when they return can see that in some way tho school has made a great improvement in them And hero is another thing which every girl and every parent of n girl should think about a girl ought to purlHOIndo Tilt first thing should lw to learn nil that can IHJ learned in time public school near her homo Any girlwho hiM triM and has decent brains will accomplish this before Ale in fifteen Her next ambition should be to spend somo time in school away from homo It takes a little resolution to got away from homo but every girl comes back lov leg her homo more And in a good school sho gathers now ideas and has her own thoughts stirred up and just grows in her owumind and ability HO that sue will Ixi twice time wo man shin over would hnvo been with out tho school I1I1411 IjI I II1IIII +IIII Irl The Farm StUS CBEBVBR MASOIf Editor 1II1II11111111I11111111111 Farm Notes suppliesfoolto retain more moisture This ia often a very imporhlllt quality and is never estimated by the chemist in comparing it with commercial furtil ktlpingtilldecrease the water dltIItr down thus making tilt best jxjssible condition for plant growth Of course when rough nwimro in plowed under time first effect is to dry out tho surface but this does not last long When it is onto thoroughly wet and willed this effect disnpix ars The first food tf wellmanured land mayhold 18 to- O tons more water per micro than tho Kiino soil un immured Time dairyman who does not test every cow in his hurt mid inform himself regarding her value as a milk and butter producer works in time dark and is unable to determine which of tho tows gives it profit There is no implement moro serviceable in dairy management than tho scales When all fowl is weighed for each animal onlyrortime aimorolilablo COWH will be disposed plncoDuilimprovement every year Just as soon ns tho frost kills tho grass and weeds mud they become dry burn tho ground over that is occupied by thorn By this method tho ground will lx made clean and many needs strawberrybedover after tho ground freezes In some resjiectH American farmers might take a lesson from thoso of tho Jersey Islands in the English Chan nol0tm ono firm of say 40 acres n largeherdsix men Tho climate is very favorable for fodder crops but n part of tho rarlnlngiRand tho care taken in saving manure and tilling tho land Good for Children Tho pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives instant roliof in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe becauso it does not pass immediately into tho stomach but takes effect right at tho seat of tho trouble It draws out the inflam mation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure life giving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood anti tissues Sold by East End Drug Co MUSTGOTO PRISON United States Court of Appeals Aflirms the Verdict of tho Lower Court OOLAN GARRETT BARRETT CASE They Were Found Guilty of Aiding and Abetting In Securing Frauds lent Naturalization Tapers The Sentence of a Fine of 1000 Each and Five Years Imprisonment at Hard Labor Was Affirmed St Paul Wan Oct lSTho United States court of appeals composed of Judge Vandovontor presiding and Judgo Hook and Judgo Amldon of tho United States district court Monday handed down an opinion affirming tho verdict of tho United States district court In St Louis In finding John P Dolan Frank Garrett and Thomas E Ilarrett guilty of aiding and abetting In 1902 In securing fraudulent natural nation papers for a number of Ital inns Tho sentence of a fine of f1000 each and five years Imprisonment at hard labor was also affirmed St Louts Oct 18 Thomas E Dar rctt former marshal of tho St Louis court of appeals John P Dolan for mer chairman of the democratic city central committee and Policeman Frank Garrett whoso sentence was confirmed Monday by the United States court of appeals at St Paul were convicted November 15 last of aiding and abetting fraudulent natur alization Tho United States circuit court In which they were convicted sentenced each to five years Imprison ment In tho Missouri penitentiary During tho couno of an Investiga tion 18 months ago the federal author ities learned that aliens coming to St Louis are not entitled to citizenship had been naturalized by wholesale that not only did these applicants oft en fall to appear at court but that they wore handed tho necessary pa pers at their homes A number of art rests followed these disclosures and among those caught were Nathan Lev in president of the Hebrew Jefferson club and John Darbaglla Levin Is now serving a five year sentence In the Missouri penitentiary Barbaglla received a similar sentence but after ho had been confined In tho penlten Mary three months ho decided to turn states evidence and reveal tho iden tity of tho men higher up who had prompted him to dispose of bogus nat urallzatlon papers to aliens for tho purpose of enlisting them as voters Later bo was pardoned by President Roosovolt It developed at tho trial of Barrett Garrett and Dolan that hun dreds of naturalization papers ware distributed to the residents of Dago lull Ono largo batch In particular was delivered at Barbagllaa house ono night just before election In 1902 by Policeman Frank Garrett Garrett It was shown had received tho spurious certificates which Dolan who previously had conferred with Barbaglla regarding tho matter had secured Further the testimony revealed that blank certificates were taken from the office of John Murphy clerk of the St Louis court of appeals and an exami nation of these established the fact that tho signature of the clerk was forged by Marshal Barrett BARLEY GROWING Chemistry Bureau of Department of Agriculture Making Investigations rsfWashington Oct lSThe chemis try bureau of tho department of agri culture has begun an elaborate Inves tigation of barley growing with especial attention to its uso for brewing purposes Dr Robert Wacht of Chi cago Is associated with the depart ment In this work and is collecting samples and field data and will con duct tho actual brewing experiments Tho object Is to ascertain what local ties aro the best for growing barley for brewing purposes SMALLPOX ON BOARD Transport Logan Placed In Quarantine at San Francisco San Francisco Oct 18The trans port Logan which has arrived from Manila is In quarantine owing to the appearance of a cdso ofsmallpoz dur ing the voyage The vessel brought 160 cabin pas- sengerS Including several army offi core and 9CO returning troops 25 military prisoners and six Insane prisoners GrantMacy Wedding Now York Oct 18Miss Miriam Grant daughter of U S Grant of San Diego Cal and granddaughter of the lato President U S Grant was mar- rIed In Grace church Monday to Lieut Ulysses S Macy U S N Temporary Purchasing Agent Washington Oct ISTho president has designated Deputy Auditor Brown for the navy department to conduct the omen of purchasing agent of the post office department during tho ab senco of W B Cochran Site For Senate Office Building Washington Oct 18Tho commis sion appointed to appraise tho property condemned for a site for tho omce building for tho United States senate Monday made its report the award agtrentlng 71G111 t CALLED AT THE WHITE HOUSE A Representative of the King of Bel glum Meets the Prell dentIWashington Oct ISAt of tho king of Belgium Col Henry Kowalsky of tho San Francisco bar sad a personal friend of King Leopold called at tho white houso Monday by Appointment and presented tho reply of the federation for the benefit of Dol gian interests abroad to attacks made on tho government of the Congo Free State Col Kowalsky presented to tho president an autograph picture of King Leopold framed In silver In tho course of an extended audience with tho president Col Kowalsky said Interested Britishers aro endeavor ing under tho guise of benefactors of tho Congo natives to open tho ques lion of sovereignty over these regions by calling a conference of the powers at which It Is hoped by tho Britishers England may establish tho contention that Belgium Is Impotent to maintain an effective government In the Congo ACCIDENTALLY DISCHARGED Negro Killed and Joe Wolcott Shot Through Right Hand Boston Oct 18 Nelson C Hall colored was killed and Joe Wolcott the colored pugilist was shot through the right hand by the accidental discharge of a revolver In tho hands of Wolcott early Tuesday The accident occurred In the onto room of Union Park hall on Washington street south end where a danco was In progress Wol cott was placed under arrest and later removed to tho city hospital It Is believed that Wolcott will never bo able to fight again Wolcott said that he was exhibiting a magazine revolver of large caliber to Hall when from some unknown cause it was discharged The bullet passed through Wolcotts hand and then pierced Halls heart killing him Instantly ALLEGED TOBACCO TRUST Judge Clarke Delivers a Vigorous Charge to the Grand Jury Nashville Tenn Oct 18 Federal Judge C D Clarke delivered a VIgor- ous charge to tho grand jury hero In which he called especial attention to tho alleged tobacco trust which has been brought into special prominence in this section by the efforts of Con gressman Gaines to secure federal In terventlon against its operation Judge Clarko said that complaint had been made that this trust had fixed the prlco at which growers must sell tobacco or remain farmers without a market A STRIKE THREATENED Miners In the Kanawha Mining DIs- trict May Go Out Charleston W Vo Oct 18A strike Is threatened In tho Kanawha mining district that would affect many operators and miners Operators post ed notices saying Thoso having au thority to employ men at this mine will mako no distinction between union and nonunion men Tho offi dials of tho United Mine Workers ob jected to this and at a meeting of all the miners they advised a strike at all mines where tho notice was not taken down THE MUSTGOON There Is Absolutely No Opportunity For Intervention Washington Oct lSCount Casslnl tho Russian ambassador in a conver sation with a correspondent Monday night reiterated with great emphasis what be has already hall occasion to say several times regarding the Intervention by the powers to conclude the war There is ho said absolutely no opportunity for Intervention to stop the war Russia proposes to prosecute the war to tho end and all offers of peace at this tlmo must be rojected ORGANIZATION URGED Meeting of Commissioners of Agrlcul ture of Southern States St Louis Oct 18At a meeting adjourned from Baton Rougo La of tho commissioners of agriculture of tho southern states held Monday on tho Worlds fair grounds a resolution was adopted urging tho organization of a national association of commls stoners of agriculture Motorman Killed Now York Oct IS0no man was killed and numerous persons narrowly escaped serious Injury In a collision on the Third Avenuo elevated line Monday night Tho dead man is Ir ving Lanphero motorman on one ol tho trains Killed His Wife and a Policeman Brookline Mass Oct 18 Crazed the police say by drink Harry Bowles a town laborer Monday night shot and killed his wife at their homo and a few momenta later killed Policeman Joseph MacMurray who attempted his arrest Two Killed and Two Wounded Memphis Tenn Oct 18In a bat tlo on Mosby street between three po lice officers and a Negro fugitive Policeman Robert Jamieson and John Pap were killed and Police Capt 0 H Perry and John Moncrelth were In jured Move to Enjoin Sympathy Strike Cincinnati Oct lBIt was Intlmat ed Monday that certain Industries arc preparing to enjoin tho Engineers union and other labor organizations from engaging la a sympathy strike to help the coal drivers HOUSEOFBISHOPS An Amendment to the Canon on Marriage and Divorce Was Adopted By It THE ACTION WAS NOT UNEXPECTED The Episcopalian House of Deputies on Friday Last Rejected Practically Same Amendment A Conference of Committees Rcpre tenting the Bishops and Deputies Will Be Held to Consider the Disagreement Boston Oct ISThe houso of bish ops ono of tho legislative bodies of tho Episcopal general convention Mon day adopted an amendment to the can on on marriage and divorce forbid ding tho remarriage of any divorced person The amendment was substan llally the same ad that which was reJ- ected by the house of deputies on Fri day last The action of the bishops was not unexpected as the sentiment of the body was well known In fact a similar amendment was passed at tho San Francisco convention three years ago but failed as was the case this year to secure the support of the other house A conference of com mittees representing tho bishops and the deputies will be held to consider tho disagreement but leading clergy men do not anticipate that tho depu ties will recede from their voto of last week The amendment is as follows No minister shall solemnize a mar riage between any two persons unless by Inquiry ho shall have satisfied him self that neither person has been or Is the husband or the wife of any other person then living from whom ho or she has been divorced for any causo arising after marriage Several additional amendments were presented In the houso of bishops one of which provides that a divorced per son shall not bo admitted to tho sacra ments There is a proviso however that tho sacraments shall not be refused a penitent person In Imminent danger of death nor to any person who shall solemnly aver that he or sho was tho Innocent party in a divorce for the causo of adultery Another amendment sets forth the proceeduro to bo followed In case a clergyman Is In doubt concerning the marriage of any person and lays the case before tho bishop These two amendments will bo taken up Tuesday Another amendment which was adopted compels all clergymen to ob ser4e closely tho state laws on mar- rIages and provides for the presence of at least two witnesses PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT Baroness Bertha Von Suttner of Ana tria In the White House Washington Oct 18 Baroness Bet tha Von Suttner of Vienna Austria was presented Monday to tho presi dent by an attache of the Austrian embassy In her homo country and In fact In all Europe she Is an important influence in the movement to promote tho peaco of the world being a writer of distinction and a notable factor in many reform movements Sho had an extended chat with the president their conversation touching literary social and reform topics The baroness expects to remain in America about a month studying conditions here MISSIONARIES CRITICIZED American Minister to Liberia Makes a Report to State Department Washington Oct 18 Ernest Lyon American minister to Liberia has made a report to tho state department on Liberia tho feature of which Is a severe criticism of tho missionaries resident In tho little Republic Mr Lyon is himself an ordained clergyman These criticisms touch the moral character of the missionaries who also are accused of being unduly thrifty at the expense of tho natives whom they are sent to help THE STORY DENIED National Liquor League Did Not Cpm mend Bishop Potter Washington Oct 18 President B L Jordan of tho newly organized Na tlonal Liquor League of tho United States which recently held its con vcntlon in St Louis Monday desired II stated that tho convention neither bj voto nor resolution commended Bishop Potter for dedicating a saloon in New York as had been published PresentedSecretary Hay Washington Oct 18Tho Italian ambassador Monday presented to Secretary Hay Senor Drumlattl president of tho Italian parliamentary delegation to tho St Louis exposition and a prominent member of tho Italian par liament On His Way to tho United States Kingston Jamaica Oct 17Caen Roiling head of the Nicaraguan army is hero on his way to tho United States where ho will purchase arms for his government In connection with the Nicaraguan rearmament scheme SundaySchool Union Annlyersary Providence n I Oct ISThe an nual anniversary of the Sundayschool Union of tho Methodist Episcopal Church of America will be bed hero beginning October 27 and continuing until Ostajor 31 Kentucky PickaUpsiTHE BRITTON CASE t I Fayette Circuit Court Sustained the Demurrer of the Defense Lexington Ky Oct ISTho Fay t etto circuit court sustained the demurr-er of tho defense to the indict ment holding that this court has noiJurisdiction to try Bill Brltton charged with the murder of Jim Cockrill In tho Jackson feud troubles of two years go Prosecutor Byrd of tho Jackson dis trict sought to have tho case tried hero because he could not get a Breathitt grand jury to Indict holding that this court had jurisdiction be cause Cockrlll died In a hospital here The decision is a victory for the anti Cockrill faction and puts a new and willIdefense holds this quashes tho IndictImont but he has not been KENTUCKY MASONS I The Grand Lodge Meets In Annual Ses slon In Louisville GmndrLouisville Ky Oct lSTho Lodge of Kentucky Masorfs will meet here Tuesday in annual session At the election of officers Owen D Thorn as of Lebanon will be succeeded as grand master by Dr R H C Rhea Iof Morganfleld the present deputy master John Garnett jr of Columbus the present grand senior warden will succeed Mr Rhea as deputy grand masten The place vacated by Mr Garnett will be filled by S K each of Carlisle who Is at present grand junior warden These places are filled In rotation A lively fight is expected for the post of grand Junior warden iili BURLEY TOBACCO Arrangements Have Been Made to Handle the Crop t Lexington Ky Oct 18 Arrange ments have been completed whereby the Burley Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co of this city and of which C W f Bohmer Is secretary and manager willrhandle and dispose of that part of tho present burley crop that Is under the control of the Burley Growers associatio-n Application was made Monday night by Mr Bobmer for the privilege r of buying up more city property upon which to build a dryer His Death Was Sudden Lexington Ky Oct 18 George W Adams aged 38 died suddenly at tho residence of his alter Mrs Mary E Wolfolk In this city from organicfheart trouble Ho had been a from this disease for some time hivl on tho advice of his physician came to this city for treatment Smith Is Heard From Newport Ky Oct 18 Charles M Smith a young attorney who achieved considerable notoriety about two years ago In this city by reason of a number iI ot questionable financial transactionsfhas come to grief in Nebraska ThatiIs the information In a letter hero MondayrCol Brecklnrldgc Improving i Lexington Ky Oct ISCol W CjP Brecklnrldgc who has been etmfluIed to his room for several weeks line Improved so much during the past week that his physician thinks ho willIbe able to leave this week for a vaca tion of ten days or two weeks Charged With Murder Louisville Ky Oct lSMrs Tpr t rlna S Owens was arrested on a war rant sworn out by Patrolman Thomas Merriflcld charging her with the mur ider of her husband William M Ow ens who died of carbolic acid poison ing the night of October 7 A Louisville Suspension Louisville Ky Oct 18 BurtCa t stock and grain brokers suspendednt the opening of business Monday Tbo liabilities aro estimated at from 510 000 to 16000 and will be paid ill Tuft The recent rise In the market is the cause of tho embarrassment Boy and Live Electric Wire Covington Ky Oct lSElmer liar low a 13yearold boy llvlngwlth his father at 321 Johnson street this city was dangerously hurt Monday nighttby a fall from the C O bridge after being burned by an electric wire Ills injuries may prove fatal Will Be on the Turf Again Lexington Ky Oct 18Some life was put Into tho breeding of thor01rhIbreds In this county by the ment Monday night that Judgo Frank lin Stone the Philadelphia turfman and promoter would be In the racing turf again noxt season Threw Her Jewels Out the WindowI rLexington Ky Oct ISMrs R 0 Pulllam of this city thinking her jew elry valued at 1000 wrapped In a chamois skin was a mouse hurled them from the third story window of a St Louis hotel and no trace of them can bo found Injured By a Bicycle Lexington Ky Oct lSfrs Mary James 76 residing on Rand avenue was run Into and severely Injured by l a boy on a bicycle and owing to hot advanced ago tho physicians have covery little hopes for the womans verytImpaled on a Cornstalk Lancaster Ky Oct 18 Goorgp T t Aystln was thrown from his horso striking a cornstalk and receiving an ugly caused his I rY iy The Citizen 1a ImcTEMDEirr FAXILT NEw ua PnbUiLed every TavreUy at Berea Xy JAMES M RACER Editor and rublbhe- rIUtOR1rTION BATES rATABIB I Oa year H0- MX month M Three month 26 d o b oat oafe Money Orde ZY pter Montr Order Cbeek Draft Jtertttel- Atter or one lid two test stamps The Date alter your name how to whet late your lubicrlptlon It paid It It to Lot berried within three Wh alter neadlag M Meaty flotifyu- syaabcrtbr wUhllf Tan Cmtuc itoppei punt notify ni at the expiration of their sub lerlptlon paying all error otherwU we br1l MDtlder that they with It continued Notify a a at 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little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing any unpleas ant effects They do not gripe sick an or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to the tiesuoa and organs of the stomach Jiver and bow- als Sold by Eut End Drug Co t nmuttfi Jrnprl Jp11t1t UtU Ahmuja it t11t ihlUUtt By MISS ZITELLA COCKE Author of A Doric Reed Etc laHE timehonored maxim which declares that we cannot argue against a law or privilege from its abuse holds good concern ing the effect of freedom on American women and hence the general rule not the exception should be Its answer That there are women who abuse socially and otherwise the freedom conferred by this country cannot be denied but there is a distinction between use and misuse which should also be recognized- It by no means argues that a woman is unwomanly be cause she does the work which in the past has been consid ered the work of men and the muchVexed question of the comparative ability of the sexes has never been better answered than in the pronounce ment of the eminent Huguenot preacher Adolphc MonadliThe two sexes are neither equal nor unequal but arc like the centrifugal and centripetal forces of nature Liberty to work liberty to study liberty to enjoy and unrestricted pursuit of happiness as the constitution phrases it are great and glorious privileges for women as well as men but the exercise of these liberties and the manner of this pursuit as far as woman is concerned must determine whether she is womanly or unwomanly I have seen young women from American college whose conversa tion whose gait and whose absurd and mannish airs rendered them unwomanly but neither their college privileges of study nor the country were to blame When a woman for love of notoriety or love of gain enters a field for which she is by nature unfitted then she is unwomanly When a woman essays to discuss in public or in private subjects ofwhich she knows absolutely nothing then she is unwomanly and would be bet ter employed in attending to her batter cakes The ideal woman is to the world the cxpresion of good and when a woman does that which promotes evil intead of good then she is unwomanly There are women who prefer to look after the affairs of the nation rather than the duties of their own homes and such women are unwomanly by the very rights which they claim deserve to be placed for a while at least among the regulars of the army since those who make the laws of a nation should stand ready to fight its battles When by Providence a woman is walled or compelled to a duty she is not called to be unwomanly in the discharge of that duty It is a notable fact that women who have achieved most inart and science have been womanly women The best queens have been the most womanl queens At a time when the republic was not so acceptable to the world as it is today foreign ambassadors commended Mrs Washington and Mrs Madison as ideal types of true womanhood and the represehtative American women of the present time cannot be fairly aspersed with a lack of womanliness The true woman like the true man is made in the home not in the university and American freedom is no more to blame for the unwomanly woman than for the dishonorable man It is in the power of any American woman to be all that a woman ought to be It was the abuse not the use of freedom which compelled the words from Mme Roland 0 Liberty how many crimes are com mitted in thy name + 1b nflII1Rtfnrm labor has because it has some of the greatest reforms that have in Ilast few decades The trades union has been the not only of labor but of all labor in its advocacy of some of the most beneficial of our time The statute books bear witness to the in that the trades union has brought about- I fould mention a dozen such acts all of which have been of great benefi to society as a whole Take for instance the kw which con ferred upon the children of the poor the benefit of free text books in the public schools This does not at first glance seem like a great thing but it may be said that it has had a tremendous influ ence in securing education to thousands of poor children and in making the public school seem to them and their parents a wel come rather than an unwelcome factor in their lives The trades union has been foremost also in securing the legisla tion that swept away many of the conditions of life in large cities It battled for the exclusion from the factory of children who ought to be at school and for the making public school tuition for the children- It has curbed the greed of the industrial despot in many way and taught him that there is a higher than that of wring ing dollars out of human lives In this respect I venture to say it has been the foremost influence in society in drawing public attention more closely to the necessity of other ideals than those of mere service to the state in the individual workman mentally and morally and if the indi vidual be how can society as a whole escape tIle profit of such betterment Society is only all of us and in so far as some of us are benefited by happier modes of living all of us share the good The individual is more of a man in every way since he has been by the trades union and to tins extent society leas reaped the profit Q M irntq1iuflyD Ii11 Author of Betide the Bonnie Britr Bush Etc Organized benefitedsociety championed accomplished beenI representative organized legislation improvements legislation truthfully unnumbered unwholesome provisions obligatory consideration preserving accumulationIt incalculable improving physically improved wholesomer wageearner represented certainly 6 tfktThorotighnrss should be vindicated in the work to which we have been called and by which judgedIfstrive to play it well and not be a footy if we undertake piece of work let us finish it to the last jot and tittle If we profess a subject of knowledge let us have it at our finger ends If we tape up a scheme let us sec it through and if ye choose a side let us play the man There is honor for the man who cai be trusted to the end and whose work does not need to be done over again who can always be found in his own place and will always do what le expected of him There is continual dishonor for the person who is slipshod and unreliable and fickle and lazy tot he is like the reed wb eh pierces the hand that leans upon U t 1 THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for October 23 1004 Ellsha and Naaman Prepared by the Highway and flyway Preacher Copyright by J M IWaon LESSON TEXT cn King 6114 Memory urael 1011 1 Now Naaman aplalnof the host of the king of Syria was a great man with hie matter and honorable because byhlm the Lord had given deliverance unto Syria he was also a mighty man In valor but he was a leper 2 And the Byrlana had gone out by corn pant and had brought away captive out of the land of Israel alillle maid i and ihe walled on Numnana wife 1 Ard aht aid unto htllIIllra Would Ood my lord were with the prophet Uiat la In Samaria for he would recover him hU leprosy ofI And one went In and told hit lord 11 Ingi Thus and thus saId the maid that IIof the land of Israel A And the king of Syria add 00 to and I win vend a letter unto the king otI Israel And he departed and took with him ten talent of ether sad six thousand pieces of gold and ten changes of rat ment e And he brought the tolls to the king of Israel saying Now when this letter la come unto thee behold have therewith lent Naaman ray servant to thee that thou mat recover him ot his leprosy 7 And It came to pare when the king of Israel had read the letter that he rent hla clothe and said Am I Ood to kill and to make alive that this man doth send unto me to recover a man of his leprosy Wherefore consider I pray you and ice how he aeeketh a quarrel agalcit mc- a And It was 10 when ElKha the man of God had heard that the king of Israel had rent his clothe that he sent to the king ayUg Wherefore hut thou rent thy clolh1 Let him come now to me and III shall know that there a prophet In I Bo Naaman came with his IrallI with hU oharlol and stood at the the house of Elliha 10 And ETlMm sent a messenger unto him laying Oo and wash In Jordan tine and thy nub shall come again teaI thee and thou ahalt be clean U Hut Naamau was wroth and went away and said Behold I thought He will surely come out to me and stand and call on the name of the Lord his God and strike his hand over the place and recover the leper 11 Are not Abana and Pharpar river of Damascus better than all the water of Israel Nay 1 not web la them and be clean 8o be turned and went away lu a rage n And hie servants came rear and pake unto him and said My father It the prophet had wouldett much rather then when he faith unto the Wash aid be clean 14 Then went hi down and dipped himself seven tlme In Jordan according to the saying ef the man of od and hla lIab came again like unto the flesh ot a little cbllJ and ke was clean HCHIITUIIAL SECTION All of nap ler i GOLDEN TEXT =Heal ml 0 1ord and I shall be healed saw me and ska1 ke aveeVJer 1M- 4TJMBln about the eighth year of JeI horam king of JlraelI1LACE Damaicu Samaria sad fords of BaroarjStoryA Hopclew Case V 1 oralA kings Utorlte AdltlnltlllitedI manAn honorable manA man of valornUT A LEPEIL All the power all the dUtlnctlon all the honor all the succes which the world mar give to man cannot cover up that little word of three lepersI1UT Naamnn had everything the world couU glvrliut he was a leper There la a BUT that glands between every wtlll and peace of mind and true hanpplnw No matter what this world may nay or a tout God haa to add But he U a ilii ner The case It hOllelellIThe Glad Tidings Vi 24There was another BUT a bright one which had to be reckoned with In Naamana life Naamnn was a leper HUT thorn was a Hebrew maid In his household that knew God and Gods power to save Man U a sinner Horn 321 I John 18 nUT Jfcftis has come ready to deanra and mighty to save I John 19 Htb 75An Humble Me enfer Captive out of Israel a little inatdCost Is pleased to use very humble rmun sometimes She was only a little He brew slave but she had a message It was 1 A simple message She knew the true God She knew of Ills servant Ellsha and these two thoughts were the theme of her message 2 A posl UTe message lie would recover him of his leprosy There were no Ifsnnils or buts about It The simple positive Gospel message Is the most powerllliJ The Quest for Help Vs GPNall- man went with 1 Credentials from the King 2 Great treasure nut Naanun bad to learn that Gods favor could not be bought There Is nothing the soul van do to merit God8favln grace IsaQ46 Conditions of Deliverance V10Sosi- mple Seven dips In Jordan and then healing The way of salvation Is so simple so easy so sure Repentance tot she faith In Christ as Saviour That Kcarnan had arranged In his own mind just how he was to be healed Is evident from verse 11 How common Is this mistake Tbe Peril of Pride Vs1112Nal1- man was wroth and went away Ah how many souls quarrel with God be cause pride bars their way to salvation God Ino respecter of persons We must all come as needy helpless sinners or not at all The Deliverance Vs 13t4Thank God there were wise servants In Naa mans retinue to advise ulm Thank God Naaman had sense enough to listen and courage enough to heed Numanr obeyed the prophets orders was cleansed And when man Is ready to obey God deliverance always comes Religious Thought Intolerance Is a virtue when It opposes viceThe passion of Christ Is the power of ChristianityChrist went out of His way to save tho world and tbe world must go out of Its way to save others He who Is afraid of doing too much for his neighbor will never worry over his neighbor doing too much for him When religion turns Shylock and de wands Its pound of flesh there will always be tome gentle Portia to defeat lu iurppie United Prubterlsp t WHAT MONEY CANNOT BUY The Song from R Jail Cell Which Wrought Transformations In Mens Lives The following touching Incident a recent occurrence In a western county Jail ns related by a keeper Is retold with the hope that the good work begun that night may go on and on Last evening Just before the light went out In all the rooms of the county all and while tlie prisoners on the round floor were gathered In tho cor Idors telling coach stunts uttering Laths and Indulging In the low vulgar conversation so often heard among many who go to make up trie crowd In he Jail the attention of the boisterous throng was KUddonly arrested by the sound of a strong sweet baritone voice tinging Something Money Cannot Buy which came from one of the rear celts In a moment every sound was hushed oxct pt tho sweet voice of the vocalist singing Uold hath III powers salsa will 1Iar niche In life hold a wonderful sway But theres n power that hays from a l eve Hliler and grander power of love There strolls a noble morey and nit Llses In a mansion costly and grand Tet hrs unhappy no OM knows wy Live Is a power no money ran buy The voice quavered as the last lines were sung The sound of the sweet music reached the office of the turnkey and softly the door leading to the cell 4 A STHONO STTFKT IIAUTONE VlWR t A11e 19IUMxrot lilt ttrAK CKILS room was opened and thoef who were- in time otllrt whm we started tiptoed isle the hall Several of the prlaxnieni meantime were noticed with a plrw8 moisture nliout the eyelids The voice of the singer was choked riM a moment says Mrs Helena Thorn who relates the story In the Now York Otwerrerand then clearing his throat ss If with an effort ho began the chorus Lour of mother for her darllnr rhIU Levt for a wU iha hes wollrda4withj Here audible tote were hoard lath In the cell of the singer nnd from other parts of the corridors Ilcvullectiont of the mother love that had long been dormant in the breast tlr wayward boys hid been stirred and the floodgates of memory broken down For a few moments It seemed as If some of them could not control their emotions but It finally became still again and the singer once more began starting at the commence mint of the chorus ore of a mother rr her darling child JAn for n Ion tho1 hi way ward end wild Invb that brings joy and leers to the tie buyjridor rushed to his cell and hands were shoved thrqugh the bars In their desire to grasp those of the vocalist Put It here old chap that song has done me more good that all the sermons I ever heard said one I ve Jot a mother boys and shes a grand good woman tool It would break her heart If she knew where WM I want you to witness what I cay I have got 27 days yet to serve here When get out I am going to write to mother that Im comln home and goln to work and I aint never goln to drink another glass of IInlofixIsnlt1a letter to my pour old mother In two cars God only knows what she hay guile through on my account Im going to reform right now Tho sweet singer scarcely 20 a vau deville vocalist who was arrested for drunkenness Just before he completed his engagement saying as the lean faceIfirst u broken hearted my mother would bo if she knew where her only son was tonight and I couldnt help singing those lines This firstbitIt Is wonderful how a crowd will fol thekeeperprisoners bad avowed their Intention to reformThen some one proposed dome Sweet Home which was led by the sweet singer and with hearts lighter than for many a day because of noble resolves every pris oner Joined In singing the song that op peals to heart bungry ones the world aver A PRACTICAL ARGUMENT How One Woman Made Her Husband Realize the Evil of His Drink tlnblts What brings you hero Mary said Tmcsdoll to hl wife ns she entered the liquor Btoro It was very lonesome at home aid your business Mldurn allows you to be there replied tito meek and resolute wile To me there linn company Illit yours and ns you cannot conic to me I must come to you I have a right to share your plwuuret as well as your act rows hut to come to such a plate as this expostulated TOni No place can be Improper where my husband Is Bald poor Mary Whom God path Joined together let no man put asunder She took up the glass of plrltllIt3JIi the National Advocate which the sa loonkeeper had JUt poured out for her husbandSurely you are not going to drink 7 said Tons In astonishment htorow to forget Woman woman you are pot going to give that stuff to the children crle Torn as she v pawing Ole glasn of liquor to them Why lI1t1 Can cblWmn have n bet ter example than their fathers U not what Is good tot him good for them also It will put thftn to sleep and they will forget that they are eold and hungry Drink my children thUt Is fire and boil and food and clothing Drink you see how much Rood It dOM your father With seeming reluctance Mary antlered her husband to lead her home and that night he prayed long and fervently that God would help him break an evil tabll and keep it newly formed hat firm rests lutlnn Ills reformation was thorough and Mrs Trutsdcll la now onoof the huppfst- of women and remembers with nmtan tholy pleasure her lint and laitrMttn the dram shop- ALCOHOL AND INSANITY The Significant Report of Dr Clout ton of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum During the out 90 yon tbe rwowj rate had grate Gown but the death rate had inrreatef1 the deaths from recur rent dluea e bad rUeri HUe lasnnlt was increasing adoleseset tBMiiKj bM also larresad oat of pniftertlon le tie increase of population gasenl panty sis WM greatly lurrejutlBK frtieH Mt 10 431 per drvftd In the SO yearn airs holic tnnanlt wcnt Mwiellly up thin year in HU La that Iii per cent of all the men sad In lK tHUOIIl tthe shoes much Ik largest proporUen ever cape rlonced lCuf4 in aleotiol was luiiegu tIII M ther u eof their Inranlt In 1787 the iwrreulaKt ut aloobtilre saes a only 1S6 attMioK the tncJao llSftmaW tcIoUHocrttrred to hits wbothur one ot the aflerfff rts rf th nervMM lowvrtiis which the wnUertal ep temlr K iHrlaeil SA of undoubtedly caused t lgbt not hove sot up the rraMng roe the stimuli of alcohol with a lenaoad power of rtsUtancn In lu effiMti on Mw brain Mice 1IHJ far more of tla depressed fornaotiInsanity bad been sst In ex planation was that more money Was probably narned by those who had one sufficient telfciKiirol unit lfrMpwt in Use It rightly It WM a social scandal of a very alarming kind that IIfIIrlltaf half of the insanity of any district ld be worn or hems due to drink 1lnnlly Dr ClouMon urged the Importance of a rational view of nienui diseases 11 Itshottld be regarded simply atadlteaie of tho brain 121 It may be mere arrest ment of brain growth In early life fit It might be an Trent In the natural pro cots of decay and retrogression It may be merely the effect of poisons some brain were from the nut Mntl live and unstable 1C heredity 7 any one rosy heroine unsound In mind of cer lain causes cotne Into operstion- TEMPERANCE ITEMS The time to break off A bad habit U before you besln Hnms Horn I oppose drink because It oprxMes me The work I try to do It undoes UiM p c D Pose- rFire uuudrti people went to the blind tigers and other house of disrepute In HJckman Ky end seized their stocks soil ordered the offenders out of town before the Citing of the sun Many a derelict husband tan been Hosted Into the drydock of total nbtitl nenco by A good wifes Influence her own conilderute love bM WbCfPI seaworthy again United Presbyterian- Ten thounoni innh For ever ilrlbbliK out their ban 1 contents utatebleedDrink yourcountirbid nnlIerthroats Ye till run MVUIOW and she nalu ne more William Cowixr Ho Milk as a Temperance Drink Hot milk Is becoming a dangerous competitor of the liquor raffle In Stock holm Professor Curt Walllllll a warm champion of the Idea of combating the liquor evil with the aid of milk and rec ommends the method Introduced by Miss Utrcch to Stockholm This Is quite aim ple Just an automatic contrivance something on the order of the slot machine so popular In America where for a small coin five orea quarter of a litre of milk heated to 70 degrees Cel slut can be secured The purpose of Miss Utrcch waa to supply night workers and those wilt went to work early In the morning with a stimulating and warm- Ing beverage and to guard against the temptation of visiting the vile resort where liquor is told i TIlE SUNS JOURNEY The sun la up 10 very long Before a body out lie burden throuith the dunk and dew And garden flowers about A little child may peep at him White lying lUll ID bed And watch behind the nursery blind JIll round and yellow head From morn to noon and afternoon JIll pane lowly round Mid warm the trees and all he icei And dries the dewy ground Bomctlinra ha altl Irolde the door Bomtlmm upon the wall JIll Btopn and pnti Uie tabbycat And ha a tmUe for all Cut when the day U near Iti end And children nod and yawn Witb Mrpii na far giant are lie trldrn acnou the lawn Iliijond the field he got until ware twadowB end you spy A halt hla head and then Initrad One winking sleepy eye Carolyn 8 llally In Youths Com an Ion- CHAMPION DOG TRAVELER Scotch Collie Although But Six Years Old lifts Already Covered 0000 Milts AI a globe trotter with wanderings mfvndlnK from the frigid regions of tueiBostb to the tropic and with nil ifinK and wealing that cover the farthest tieavhei of the American continent six rraVold Bhcp has a record to be proud of II Is NxnfthlnR Ilk 9000 miles of which considerable was on foot Shep Is a dog a Scotch collie the property of O Carlton Woodward lie It of the iverace size and more than usually well covered with long yellow hair which turns to black on the tip ends Morn somewhere In Montana he 1found his way to the Klondike where City In 1902 he was pur thued by Sir Woodward to become one ot a team to draw a sled from there to Fairbanks CSO miles away lie was bought at a bargain too for be cost inly ISO and showed such Intelligence that he was made loader of the team Not counting his trip from Montana to Dawnon City Bbeps travel since Mr Woodward has owned him have been as follows From Dawson to FalrbankJi pulllnc a sled CSO miles from there down the Tanana river by Coat 380 mlloa thence up to Dawson steamer 760 milts thence to White lions walking and sledding 40 miles thence to Skaxwar by train 110 miles thence to Seattle by boat 1000 miles thence to San Francisco by rail 400 ultra next to Panama where he auf fA lend greatly tram hut by boat It1lergss the Isthmus by rail47 miles t three hours np to New York y boat Mid from there to Chicago by tan making up the 9000 miles In Au tuat Shell started for the Klondike aleSheD does his miles a day walking without any trouble If his feet are nil right and it pulling a sled he goes from 35 to 40 tidies THIRTY MINUTE SAILBOAT lust the Thing for 1 D y Who Has Neither Patience Nor Median ical Ingenuity The boat that U here shown was de signed especially for a boy who had neither patience tools nor skill He wanted a boat and one that would no fast A board with a sail stuck upon It wu not to his liking and so this entirely original affair was produced Nothing In tbo boat was of value ex tept as kindling wood but the making and sailing of similar boats afforded many an hours entertainment Each day wtlen tho wind was blowing oft shore one or more of these boats were IJ AN eilOWINQ CONSTRUCTION- set adrift in Long Island sound Off they would go like catamarans some times at an angle with the wind but always out of sight never to return Onco in awhile ono would be adjusted Just right and then It was hard to keep up with It by rowing It would CO to fast The seas would go over them but as they had no deck on they would go It was found after awhile that too abort a boat would not steer very well A long boat on tho other hand would keep pointing about right so that they were made from two to feet long The best way to 4eight the boat was to find a board lour feet long and six or eight inches wide This was sawed diagon ally acmes the center and the angle made on each piece wu made the bow TfeaM two places were held side by side eight Inches apart and two nu row strips were nailed across bow and stern an extra piece having a hole In It was nailed on the bow atrip and a stick alout a foot long was stuck in It for a mast The best kinds of masts were made of dowels sticks one quarter inch thick to be found at lum ber yards and hardware stores On the mast was fastened a cross arm just as wide as the boat A piece of sheeting made an excellent sail and after it was fastened on the arm with a thread and needle the two lower corners were fastened securely to the sides of tile boat The sail was put as far forward as possible in the bow of tho boat for it helped steer and no rudder became necessary Without any doubt the boy who lives near the water and finds some odd pieces of lumber some nails and a piece ot cloth will find in this boatmaklng enough to amuse him off and on halt the rummer A KITETHAT WELL Made of Material That In Found in Every House and Put Tcgetber In a Few Minutes Kites are so seldom seen in town that they excite comment whenever they appear It takes quite a lot of room to fly a kite and It Is not alto gether a safe thing to fly one from the roof Here Is a email kite which may be easily made and flown from a window The material Is found In every house and It doesnt take much effort to make one let two long straws from the house broom a pleco of thin unwrinkled pa per and some light thread No or- The beat paper ia tbe white wrap ping paper used in grocery stores and the average grocery clerk la kind A BllITLR LITTLC KITS enough to give anyone a fresh smooth paperdrawinches from the end draw another line across It which may be seven inches long Connect the ends of these lines and you will have a paper marked out to look like the kite In the picture Cut oft all the paper not needed On the two lines tint drawn cut HttSe holes about two iacbrs apart and through them stick the broom straws The tall Is made of tbe same kind of paper torn as shown and should be about live feet long The ends of the cross straw should now be tied toe gether fastening them about two itches apart Tie n thread to this string and the kite Is ready to fly There Is a generally a breeze blow Ing through a house In one window and out another Go to the window where the wind blows outward and sail your kite If It goes round and round In a circle It ncrts more tall tit appears to be too heavy take off a little of the tall and then try ltChlcago Inter Ocan- FAITHFUL TO HIS TRUST H This Dog Is Not a Beauty But What He Lacks in rooks He Makes Up in Fidelity During tbe hours of three and four oclock every morning in the week all pedestrlnnMain and Twelfth streets carrying in its mouth a tin bucket The dog seemingly comes from the southwest part of the city and persists in keeping the walklutbetweennever ventures on the sidewalk and when an owl car happens along it steps aside and waits until the car is well out of the way before resuming Its journey which terminates some where In the wholesale district lie would never win a beauty prln at a dog thaw but what he lacks In beauty hu makes up tit fidelity to duty and master Ills coat Is and unkempt and he neenlngly believes that familiarity breeds contempt lor- he steadfastly refuses to make friends with anybody and shows disdain toward those who have made a show of friendlinessKeep distance and Ill keep mine is raealngly shown by the dogs manner and this holds good to dogs as well ns people for it is nc Uce able that he Is not interfered wits by canines ttiat he meets up with in his travels Tho other cogs gate at him in wonderment but riako no advances either friendly or hostile As yet no one has been able to find out what the tin bucket contains but it has been suggested that it may be the early breakfast of his master who It It thougtt15 employed as either watch man or night engineer son ewbere U the ofllce Dulldlng or whcltml dts UlcL Kansas City Jourcai FEMININE FANCIES There Is an effort being made to reintroduce bear this season but only tot stoles mute and neckwear generally Military effects In coque feathers and hackle continue to be In demand and the owls head appears with breasts or wings attached The leading Idea In color effects will be the combination of two or thins shades of the same rather than tbe usl of contrasting colors Muttons of the handsome jeweled and metal varieties will be more used or the waistcoats of elaborate dlrectoln jackets and Louis coats Hough materials are a winter possl bility in the fabric lino and English looking mixture tweeds and cheviots are to be once more In favor With the very best tailors using thi plain broadcloths and unobtrusive mixtures for the fall costumes tbe plait silk shirt waist will lend a smart tone of color to the gown There Is not tho shadow of a doubt but that the plaids will lead the shirt want procession for autumn and earl winter wear and that they will b4 touched up with little vests with col tar and cuff of plain cloth or ever leatherA many women will wear tb waah Shirt waist all winter and that U one reason why the prices hold so well Still In the thinner waists one can always get bargains In the fall Thi heavy linen waists band embroidered are well worth any money that is ASker for them for they prove a good Invest went They wear beautifully and the can be colored If one gets tired of wear log white FIOUREfl AND FACTS In the seven years ending 1890 95 pupils In Germ schools commute suicideA has just made a eaJcu laIon showing that In the last can tury 14000000 men were killed li warEnglands banana Import has in creased from 1500000 to COOOOO bunches In urea years Therefore n fatal slipping on banana peel statistic availableOf 8477 females employed in tae tortes In forks county 1a the greatest number are In the textile manufae lories 1675 The next greatest de maml Is In the miscellaneous manufae torlcs which employ 2624 Every man woman and child In tb United States took on an average rides ou the street cars last year ar cording to a recent report of tbe census bureau That was 31 rides mor than had been taken In 1899 The number of persons on the payrolls of the railways in the Unite States as returned for June 30 190 was 1312S37 or 639 per 100 mUM o comparelIh IIttmiles of line- FLINOS AT BOTH SEXES Somo men are moan enough to task marriage and misery coequal terms Many men are best satisfied whet they have something big of which the can complain Every woman likes to believe she I thoroughly honest In her convictions As soon na a man finds he is out o debt he begins to talk about big pup chases The religion professed by man women hinges entirely upon the ablllt of a pastor A man wants to eae money for hi wedding but the trouble Is finding or what t eceiiarles he can cut our MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct CATTLECommon U 40 j1 3 C6 Heavy steers 4 EC fi 5 00 CALVES Extra 7 00 r 7 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 40 ti C2i Mixed packers 00 5 35 SHEEPExtra 325 340 LAMBSExtra 6 00 KLOUK Spring pat 6 35 ifI 6 60 WHEATNo 2 red 10 t1 1 21 No 3 winter hl 1 1714 CORNNo 2 mixed r7 OATS No 2 mixed i 32vj RYENo 2 II 88 HAY Ch timothy tf13 00 1OniC Cloar mess 712 55 LARD Steam tv 7 10 HUTTER Ch dairy tp 13 Choice creamery 6 APP1isSChoice 1 76 V 2 26 POTATOES Per bbl lCO Q1 TOIJACCO New 25 tt12 J5 Old 476 1460 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 30 Q 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 tV 1 18 No 3 spring 1 00 CM 16 CORNNo 2 mixed C3 OATSNo 2 mixed 2SG 31 RYE No 2 78 PORK Mess 11 00 fpll 12 t LARD Steam fj 7 32ti New York FLOUR Win strts C 25 fi 5 SO WHEAT No 2 red fi 1 19 5714OATSNoP01tKMess12 CO 013 00 LARD Steam j 7 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 04 1 If- COnNNo2 mixed 6 60 Vi OATS No 2 mixed 1 36 CATTLE Steers 3 75 i 4 2- 5SlIIEPNo fat 2 25 2 C- Otoulsvllle WHEAT NO 2 rea 0 i 18 CORN No 2 mixed tf 57 OATSNo 2 mixed t1 3t A LARD Steam tP 8 7- 5lOtlicMesa O 13 60 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red fi 17Vj 55teOAldNo Buggy Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE Invite you to drive protlook as well as tkereat of your turnout or ia it shabby and thus detract from the Ken appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a nersotof Buggy or ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old bar ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Ky How Often Has Mothor Arose from her bed at night in alarm ai the raspy cough of baby She knows at once the dread destroyer Croup has arrived Dont hesitate Use Par acamph at once It will prevent and cure croup Sold bj S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONESand Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here ia your opportunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky College colored contestants Berea College t ttFoundad 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL i R1 Over Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest i College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young miand Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading Baccalaur ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to all who themselves toward A Christlas education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must ale maybebroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term September 14 The School is endorsed by Bnptist8 Christians Disciples Congregations t alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations It Iroa INrOBKATION AND ADVICE ADDRESS THE SICBETAhr C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kyy II Madison County Roller Mills e Manufacturers Fancy Roller Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Con Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will berbeat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour t IItltltioltlll Potts Duerson Sutfea Ky JYblt t KodolDYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT- T 100 bottbconula 3U ttmith trial itie Mil for SO coda MIFAMD IA Or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO o 16 FREE Scholarships TOE CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Beren College for two terms of one young man and one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison Owsley Pulaski and Rockcastle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own I County who take Tate CITIZEN We will print Ballot which appears each week from now until December let This should be filled out with the names and addresses of tbe youug man and young woman in your County to whom you with scholarships to be given These ballots when received at TBS CITIZEN office count one each for the man and young woman whose names are written anthem In addition to this each person who pays for a subscription to TUB CITIZEN will re lp ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 mouths 60 votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each r The young roan and young woman in each of tbe eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition by TOE CmzEsYor two terms In Bsrea College which will save each oue from 800 to 1400 in cash The only expense to they I will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in than at any other tcltool in Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mall to THE CITIZEN Get your friends U vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybody START NOW I Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mall to THE CITIZENljk BEREA KY Take Notice On account of tbe recent action of the KentuckyLeg Ulature Berea can receive nc students the coming year therefore this offer is open only to white 40 to help will help opens FBIENDLT WILL Ii4dd41 flour bard to which ILL the below young years paid which Berea jlrstclatt Kentucky I rote for Mr ii of postoffice county as the most popularyouug ian jandI of poetofEce eounlytu the most popular young ROmaaItI I 1Ii1iTCITIZEN M y r I rII HKH+ lIII1Berea and Vicinity i f GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J1H HI +H I i 11 111 nom to Mr and Mrs Ambrose McIIone Saturday Oct 15a son The Baptist church has received a new coat of white paint the past week Tim Yilliainsburg football team will play hero next Saturday afternoon ntii30 p in Mrs J Harry Vance Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Robert Harris and Miss Totmnie Colo Covington worn Bertm visitors last week Moses Anglin of Disputanta and family have moved into the Uiehurd son property on Center Street Harley Racer and mother returned Monday morning andtvilllhvoin the house across from Bicknell C Earlys Frank Livengood is at St Angus tine Fla nnd has secured employ ment in the general offices of the Florida East Coast Ry Co Sherd Baker andwife returned from Louisville Sunday After a visit of two weeks they will again take up school work in that city Mr Speed Gates came last Satur day for n visit with Chas Farris of Farristown It has been 21 years since Mr Gates was n Berea citizen Hiatt Items Frank Moore has entered school at Berea Mr D N Welch the grocery drummer of Berea spent Tuesday night with A C Hiatt Mt Vernon Signal The Berea Union CE was admitted to the TriStato C E Union at the convention at Yilliamsburg last week A report from the delegates was presented Sunday evening at the regular meeting The Womans Industrial will ro open Friday October 28 Let every woman who expects to join be at the Parish louse promptly at 1 oclock for the opening devotional exercises Mrs T J Osborne Supt Mrs Will C Gamble Seey Simpson Gentry one of the oldest colored citizens of Berea celebrated his 83d birthday last Saturday It was u grand day for sons grandsons lad granddaughters and other re latives and friends After n course dinner a family picture tins taken Through misinformation wo stated last week that Mrs Foster of Whites Station was accidentally shot by her nephew Jack Twigg We take this opportunity of saying that it should have been was accidentally shot by her nephew Mr Tisdale an Employe of Mr TwiggstiThe Christian Endeavor Society of the Union Church a pleasant social last Saturdaynight iu the auditorium of the Parish House Au entertaining had been arrangednull light refreshments I r were served The young people seemed to thoroughly enjoy them soiree A series of revival meetings will begin at the Congregational church on Monday night of next week Oct 21 Rev T S McCallie of Chat tanooga East Lake will prqach Mr McCallie has had great success t iu revival work and hasp n reputation as a strong scriptural spiritual preacher Meetings will begin at 7 oclock All are invited The Sad news comes by telegraph of the sudden death at Whittier Cal on the 15th inst of Howard S Fee Class of 71 The bereaved d a relatives will have the warmest sym 4 pathy It is not definitely known t i when the remains will reach Berpa t but there is strong probability that p the funeral will be held Sunday The Mass Meeting in the Tabor 1 naclq last Saturday Afternoon wll I presided over by Profs L V Dodge The tiiiinrlrtrl1 tilltdlf lone omitted by I if reason of the absence of members of l the Baud at Lexington football game Pres Frost and R Roberts gave lively addresses and a committee was appointed to push the Republican J campaign consisting of W G Frost- S t E Welch Jrr It Roberts A Pet f L tiford and J C Armstrong There were a largo number of and teachers away lust Sat Istlldents Time football game at Lexing IrT t away quite a crowd Then an excursion to Brush w Creek caves of ten persons a party I of over n dozen visited Pilot Knob and a walking party The gorgeous autumn tints and perfect weather ought to bo taken advantage of as fully us possible The Union Church has been spend lugsevers hundred dollars in im ventilation of its build i the of ono hundred i tnowy lone gas machine with pipes to and- fixtures in every part of tho building by which tho whole can be brilliantly lighted Last Thursday night the Cljrcji bola u jalnily hFQtlll rigt9 use the lights for tho first tii The Ladies Aid Society provided supper to and the members of the Church with their families took supper together After the supper Mr Thomson con ducted a symposium in which six members of the Church gave most interesting and helpful talks on subjects previously assigned The whole occasion was1 most delightful and one long to be reuteutberedI11 r 11 I I III ht College Items HERE AND THERE Rev E U Menzie Berea 93 is now a pastor nt Nelson Ohio W S Bliss 07 is still on tho rise as principal of the Kinsman Ohio schoolsW Humphrey is again at liar yard after his summer vacation at MaysvilleMiss A Hollister left Thuesday fcr a two weeks stay in Iijdiunopolis where she will demonstrate for Il pure foodcompany T L Routt 97 has all interesting article in the Congregational Imtejc of October concerning tho church of which ho is pastor at Brewton Ala Chas Twichefl 9J Dixie Wash reports that the school of which he is principal has tripled in numbers the population of the town remaining the saute The Monday lecture before the upper chapel was given by Tutor Humoldon tho Psychology of Ants Mr Rumold has been milking spec ialstudyof these most interesting creatures for over eight years Alter the pleasant hour was ended such expressions as Equal to H high priced platform lecturer Most interesting and delightful Wish it be repeated before a larger au dience etc were heard Anna M Johnston With sadness wo record tho death of Miss Anna M Johnston a teacher at Berea 188283 Born in Lenot Ohio in 1854 she secured a good ed ucation at the public schools and at Orwell Academy nnd Grand River Institute graduating at the latter place in 1879 with the degree of B S Most of her subsequent life was devoted to teaching a part of the tine in the fur west The last three or four years she was with the family of her sister Lucynow Mrs E U Meuzi once a Berca student at whoso homo in Nelson 0 she died Miss Johnston was u woman of sterling Christian character whose object Iaifewas to do something to advance the Masters cause Many hundreds of pupils have been under her influence and not a few have been led through her earnest efforts to lead a nobler life State College vs Beroa The football team subs rooters anti officials journeyed to Lexington Saturday for the game with State College Although the final score was 42 to 0 in favor of the Cadets the boys did nobly Individual men tion should bo mado of each one did space permit Here is the estimate the reporter for the Lexington Herald took of the team which is a very fair one If the team work of the Borea team land equaled tho gameness of its individual players tho score would have resulted differently Tho man liness and consistency with which they maintained the fight oven after overwhelming defeat had been sun fumed won the admiration of their antagonists and the Spectators as well Judging from the play of the first half States margin in the score would be a narrow one States followers were disappointed An overwhelming victory had been ex pectedand six points tore tho best the team could do in tho first half In the last half by line bucks and end runs following in rapid succession State made 30 points When the first half closed it was not thought thutvtho score would be half that much and it was hyno menus certain that the game would a be shutout Tho lineup was all follows HTAT t BCRCA ashen Centro Jlrock Brewer t K Guard Olark plumtaPA Coon Guard Heard It Tackle llurgaee lixnlwln L Tackle llalmDarns K End Clark O Montgomery L l udliuut W C Grady Quarter Bender JuJU R nail tidwcn toile L Halt March Wood Full flack 1ottlowatto A Lovo Lotto i yourelookingSores Burns or Piles Oilo Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with nn ugly sore fora year but a box of Buuklua Arnica Salve eured me Its the best Salvo oil earth 25o at East End Drug Store What is a College BEREAS GROUP or nriLnixos Sometimes n stranger appears on tho streets of Berea and inquires Where is tho College We have to say to him The College sir is all around you For a college consists of n large number of buildings used for the different purposes of educa tion Here is the first building in which the school at Berea began It was not called a college in those days From this building where school was begun in 1855 tho growths com mcnced One building after another has been added until today time map shows us more than twenty splendid buildings spread overtne great cam pus We hope tho map will enable many H stranger coihing to Berea this fall to find his way The first place to go to is Lincoln Hall What Boys Should Know The difference between a white man and nn Indian is n difference in knowledge Very often the Indian is the stronger but he has not been to school The difference between two white men often is tho difference of education Ono man knows more titan the other bud knowledge is power Trio first thing is tho learning to read Reading is the doorway to knowledge Auy one who can read is ready to learn other things Nearly everylxxly sees the value of what we call Arithmetic A man who has money must know how to count money and how to accounts and stake calculatiiomis A great mutiny mon are unable to do a large business because they do not know how to use figures But this is only tho beginning of an eduacation A man lshles to know something about time geogra phy of his own country what is the direction of New York where tho rivers flow what is time difference in climate between our states and time states south and north ofus and other interesting things of that kind And a man wishes to know some thing about History to know about the lives of noon like Washington and Lincoln He wants to know nlotit tho Civil Warwhy it was fought and what were tho great deeds performed in it And ho wants to understand tho politics and progress of our own day And then there are tho practical arts of life There is such a thing as skill in the ise of tools skill in the managing of stock and skill in plan ning of farm work Peoph leanr something about these tidings from their fathers and their neighbors but time men who are leaders in carpen try and machine work imdf farming and stockraising are mon who have been to school It is a statue for a girl sotto know how to cut out a dress or for n boy not to know how to graft an apple tree Berea teaches practical things liko these which are not taught in most Rchoojs and the learning of such things docs not hinder students from learning book studies either Hero are u few of the things which will lx taught in Berea next winter Singing This is not an extra but is given freely to every student in Berea Good health Every student is examined by a good doctor and given advke regarding any weakness in his health Antrim will bo taken earn of if he is sick Instruction is given in the matter of keeping well and strengthHigher with practical problems for business men Tho English language with in struction in letterwriting mid business forms United States History an account of limo growth of our country amid tho men and principles which have made it great General History nu account of the history of tho world from Bible times down to our own day Agriculture crops which do well on different soils the rotation of crops care of animals etc Carpentry work care of tools planning houses making out hills for lumber etc These are a few of tho practical studies and there are many more How can a boyatTord to grow up and not know about these important subjects r Items of Interest About Berea- Berea students last year halt the privilege of attending lectures and twentydistinguished Berea furnishes without extra cost tho care of nurse and doctor for all students who may be sick The College furnishes free text hooks to all students in the Model Schools including tho Amend B Grammar grades and also tho first year Normal Course The College in usable on account of tho law passed by time Legislature last winter to admit colored stu dents this year Colored students are provided for by the paying of their railroad faro and giving them needed assistance in attending Fisk University mind other bOO schools Students who have become skill ed in industries iu Bores whether in carpentry printing furs work or bricklaying have all done ro markably well Some of them arC earning high wages at their homo or elsewhere and others are earning alargo part of their school expenses while continuing their education Tho new Industrial Building makes it possible for girls to emus xchoolinW C T U DELEGATES Mt Sterling Convention Doings Con oisely Told In an Enjoyable Even- Ing at Prof Dodges The 24th Annual Convention of the Kentucky W C T U convened at Mt Sterling Sept 30 continuing until Tuesday evening Oct 4th The Berea organization sent as dole gates Mrs L V Dodgo and Mrs T J Osborno Last Tuesday evening a company of about 40 W C T U ladies and guests gathered at 730 nt the home of Prof Dodgo to hear their report Pros Mrs E L Haunou presided After prayer and Scrip turn reading anti n song by the quar tet a few introductory remarks were made by tho president The speakers of the evening then very succinctly presented reports of more than ordinary interest Mrs Dodgo telling of tho sessions hold Friday evening Saturday mid Monday Mrs Osborno those of Sunday nUl Times day It was a pleasure to hoar such good digests of tho convention speech es and doings and to learn of the fine old Kentucky hospitality that exists at Mt Stealing At the close of tho reports Sir and Mrs Gamble rendered vocal duet Refreshments mud a short social closed u very en joyable evening those present feeling that in ono short hour they had thanks to the efficiency of the dele gates leer presented with the cream of tho four days session of thn convention j For Sate A farm orb0 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings cull on J P Blckuell Berea Ky This Wav Sinners If you are not buying all your wants of us I will toll you why you should We have tho largest cleanest and boAt selected stock of DRY GOODS and SHOES in Madison County Tho largest and choicest stock of GROCERIES this side of Lexington and tho cheapest drug atoro bo earth J SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour WashhurnCrosby Co 7Bc Obelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 76c Meal 65c Granulated Sugar 5V c Arbucklcs Coffee 2Jor 26C rt i Other gods in proportion lit WELCH7Sn W KATE WALLER BARRETT The Suiirrlntrnilpnl of the Klorrnr Crltlrndrn dlielun- Mrs Kutu Waller llurrytt of Wash ington vice president of the Wo mans National Council of tho United State U known on two continents through her labor ns general Huperln trmltiit of tho Klorviico Crittoudeii mlsiloiH estublUhcd nearly twenty yiiint ago by n wealthy citizen of Now York III memory of n laughter An the wire of the denim of St Lukes cathedral In Atlanta Go Mrs llurrott was re vered and loved tor her philanthropic work sail In order better to minister to the sick and needy cue took a college MM KATE WALLEIt lUllllkTT course and degree In medicine She is n wotuim of tine Intellect and remark able executive ability nnd after her husbands death n number of years ago the founder felt that In her ho unit found the one woman of nil tho world titled In every respect to ainutuo charge of tile Crlttenden missions for unfortu unto women These now number sixty six In this and other countries and care annually for about 4000 girls Bud lag permanent homes for them and ex tending continued protection The na tional headquarters and training school for those who nro planet in charge of these inlaHlons are In Washington under Mrs lliirrelta direct supervision She line studied methods of rescue work In most of mho European capitals mind In Japan Chlnu and Mexico amid she frequently visits tho missions throughout the United Slates and Canada making personal Inspection of their work Mrs Itarrctt was a dele Kate nt large and secretary of the vro mans boast of the Atlanta exposition In 15 was sent abroad to represent Its Interests slid was also a representa tire of philanthropic work at tho Purls cxpoHltlou In 1000 She founded n medical college and training school for nurses lu tho south and Inaugurated and liullt a home for womcnwhcro an average of fifty women and children nro constantly caned for She Is a strong writer and eloquent speaker Independent Goodby- W My It for an hour or for years We say It umlllnjf say it choked with tears We wty It coldly soy It with a kiss And yet we havo no other word than this Ooodby We have no dearer word for our hearts friend For him who journeys to oho worlds far end And ncars our soul with going thus we say As unto him who steps but oer the way Ooodby Alike to those we love and those we hat We ray no more In parting At lifes gate To him who panes out beyond earths Iflht We cry as to the wanderer for a night Ooodby Grace Denlo Utohfleld FOR SALE 48 BUILDING LOTS in Huron hN longing to time John 0 Fee cMntu Special inducement to purcliM r of satire tract J P Ricknol llort i Ky FOR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE on Center Street Good well garden and barn Call on or writu to J J Brnn atnnu Berea Ky tf h A Sliver Quarter Will buy n good many thinK Tho bent way to spend it in for Paracamph First Aid to the Injured You not only got your moneys worth but you got an instant relief for Cold in thin Head or Clint and Nasal Catarrh Pnmcamph taliRWRY that stopped up feeling nootboo tho Inflamed membranes and removes tho conge lion Sold by S E Welch Jr Drug gist 4 Would Be HIs Cksicc More people die front overeating than from starvation Uut think how much plesssnter a death it tar A Double Lou IVby did he marry herd Jcnk let him ho couldnt That was where ho lost out twiN Well NJHKL The tittle coin la tickle And shadily will not ataYI Its Called the nimble nicks naauae It iota away The Modern Wy Those who dane must pay the fid dlers Unless they dance to beat the baud A Poser I make Ita point to bclloti just half what I hear Which baler A Word With You Do you suitor from itching or blood lug piles If BO use Paracamph It IB guaranteed id relieve instantly and euro Try it todayIf you ate not satisfied your money will be refunded Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist A Fixed State Con marriage be successful on 10 a week Suzy thing A man could never save enough to stn t divorce proceedings How He Won Her she was a sweet girl graduate The ohplcett of the brood He waa almost a savage Uncultured raw and crud lie didnt know beyond the Alps That Italy lay fairs Ire dtdnt know that at the top Were Zones of room to spare That he owned thirteen section And paid bills In advance So when he Bold Please mart ma She thought shed take a ehanee Deserve the Treatment Mosquitoes are very bad about the place tills year If they nre no bad why dont you have them sent to a reform school Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent mor chant of Chrioaman Tox says I could not oat bocauso of awoak atom Bell I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do i was done but nil hope of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonder ful cures effected by muse of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it Tho first bottle benefilted mo and otter taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength Weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you oat and euros Sold by East End Drug Co If w MAKING THE RECORD LITTLE BITS OF HISTORY MeasureiExperience Tho Chicago Tribune seems to be deep ly improved by Candidate Davis long life Hy It it ii reminded of many things that happened many many years ago just as thousands of others Do you remember for instance that Fn 1823 Henry O Davis was born In 1821 John Qulncy Adams was elected president In 30Ifonry O Davis was seven years old James O Ulalne was born Webster and Hayne had their famous debate William IV ascended the Eng Itch throne the first locomotive was built by Iolor Cooper In 1837 Victoria became queen of England Chicago was Incorporated with population of 4170 Michigan was admitted into union Henry Q Davis was 14 years of age In 1814 Rutherford B Hayes and Henry 0 Davis cast their first voles the flnt totograph linG wis established In JI4S Zachary Taylor was elected president the free soil party was formed gold was discovered In Callfor nla Henry O Davis was years of age In 1852Alton Brooks Parker and Chariot W Fairbanks were born Henry 0 Davis was 29 years old In 1KB Pony express was established from HL Louis to San Francisco Theodore HooKvelt was born Henry Oals was 36 years of age In 1871 Chicago was burnt the German empire was established Paris apltulated Hoary 0 Dull became United Btatns senator In 1S7C Alton B Parker and Charles W Fairbanks cast their first votes R n Hayes was elected president Henry 0 aget was elect ed president Theodore Roosevelt cut his first vote In 1SS8 Two rent postage went Into effect Henry G Davis retired from the senate PICKED UP HERE AND THERE C7Thit American workman has no desire to return to the democratic break fast food which he had on his table for some years Lowell Mats Mall Q ilr Parkers lettor serves not so much to advance his partyu interests as to bring out In the strongest light both his own and his partys weakness and In coherency Chicago Chronicle crAccording to the bedding odds In New York the democrats are absolute ly certain that Parker is going to win but they have conscientious scruples against gambling Chicago Post crThanks to the DIngley tariff Amer lean manufacturers now make practic ally all the corsets worn In this coun try Theres nothing like a protective tariff to Improve the national form Springfield Union vAs to the Philippines Judge Par ker has nothing more to propose than the United States Is already doing which is to prepare the Filipinos as rapidly as possible for the fullest blessings of lib erty Troy N Y Times t7Whnt Is democracy The St Louis platform declares that protection is robbery but the vice presidential can didate says I beicve Incidental protection to our Industries is right and proper Burlington HawkEye erNow thnj Clark of Montana has given 1600000 to the democratic campaign fund the practical New York politicians are entirely reconciled to Grover Clevelands refusal to take tho tumprCblCACo Tribune CTTO democratic campaign hand book does well to remind tho peopl of exJ1edthat on at least one notablo occasion the republican senators defended it against a contemplated desecration Washing ton Post crThe republican candidate for vice president la doing energetic effective J and excellent campaign work and accomplishing valuable results Ills ad t dresses possess abundant variety Interest and force and they are received en thusiastically wherever he goesN Y Tribune The Summer Engagement Sweet Maid You must remember that ours was a summer engagement The ManThat means If you see any ono jou like better youll break ttt I Yes And It I see anyone I like bettr promllorAppropriate Oeraldlno Our literary club will take op Lamb and Bacon next winter ReginaidThen why not caU It the Huh club3t Paul Glob poVl 1 R TijEJ OCRAUlf CAMPAIGN A RECORDFOR 1904 IN WHICH ONE OF THE TWO Why Wise Voters Will Not Hesitate- to Elect Roosevelt Instead of Parker The fierce light that beats about the throne Is a penny dip when compared with the electric searchlight that Is turned on any citizen who is nominated for tho presidency This Is entirely correct and no light not even an Xray is too great to bring to bear on the one It Is proposed to elo vate to the greatest position of respon sibility and power on earth Wo have before us at this time says the American Dairyman two gentle men one of whom is to be placed in that exalted station the other necessarily relegated to comparative obscurity One of these has been prominently be fore the people ever since he came to the age of manhood and Is one of the best known citizens In this country who has Oiled subordinate or minor political positions In such a manner as to Inspire his fellowcitizens with confidence In his Integrity and ability and who finally reaching the highest one in the land through an event that was truly de plorable brought to that most trying of all possible positions an ability that commanded the respect of even thos who were the most opposed to the prin ciples of his party He Is a man of brains of education of courage and of experience The inter ests of the nation are safe In his hands Ho Is an Ideal American gentleman with faults of his own not a deml god but true and faithful to every trust and worthy of the confidence and esteem of his countrymen Opposed tcrhlm Is a most estimable gentleman of fine personal character against whom as such not one word can be satrl He Is a student and one who has had the ambition of winning respect as a careful upright and capable Judge which he has already attained With no special knowledge of or experience In executive positions and with a reputa tion of being negative rather than pOSe itive he has been stated as possessing a Judicial mind one so evenly balanced that he cannot be a partisan Whether these are qualifications to fit him for tho presidency is very properly a question to consider and when the environment of the two candidates are looked at the personnel of their advisers and the principles of tho two parties they rep resent and the very probable disastrous consequences that would follow a change In the policy of tho government are considered It is not too much to pre dict that the voters will select the one who has proved himself capable rather than one whose experience and training have not been such as to prepare him for tho heavy responsibility of the office for which ho Is a candidate Democracy in Sad Plight What we may know for sure Is that tho country does not regret any of the leading achievements of the past eight years of republican rule We speak thus confidently for the democratic party now stands confessed before the coun try as having been In error In Its oppo sition to the most Important of these measures It Is seeking the election with a platform which virtually confesses that the party was wholly wrong In the last two presidential campaigns It has a candidate who openly confesses that It was wrong in every vital partic ular It comes pleading that It has soon the error of its ways and that as a re formed bungler It can safely be trusted with power It has no argument or charge to make against the general sum of republican politics Kansas City Journal What Mr Davis Has to Say Tho sum and substance of Mr Davis letter Is that what the country needs is not a change In policies but a change In parties Mr Davis rejoices in the things that have been done and are be ing done by the present administration but ho seems to fancy that the demo crats ought to be given a chance to show that they can hold office without dis turbing the machinery of state which the republicans have got Into such One running condition Mr Davis Is dream Ing beautifully and the voters will bb careful not to waken him Chicago Post Candidates Cannot Agree And now tho head and tall do not agree Judge Parker swallows the demo ocratic platform whole including the plank which declares protection to be robbery while Mr Davis the octoge narlan candidate for vice president who comes from West Virginia where tariff sentiment is strong Is out for tact dental protection The American peo ple who believe In protection out and out will settle It by rcjecfxg both and electing tho republican candidates who are agreed on this as on all other ques Uons of great public concern Cleve land Leader SELFGOVERNMENT iiaa youe fnuflao ReII r 11oorr tOil ONK tuns m rtuu LAWS OF m PHILIPPINES MADE IN Tilt UNITED 5TATC5 Say Whats tho Matter with You Democrats Anyway Aint We Letting the Filipino Do as He Pleases FARMERS BEAR BIG LOAD They Pay More for the Materials They Need Than Their Competitors in Foreign Lands The man who owns a farm should consider very carefully before voting next November which of the two chief candidates for the office of president will according to his announced pol icy best servo his interests Tho platforms of the two parties afford a fair chance to choose between Parker and Roosevelt The policies have been clearly defined and when it is once determined on which side a mans iu tcrests lie the choice should not be a difficult one The democratic party is pledged to a revision of the tariff with a view to restricting the rapacity of the trusts Tho trusts have grown to such proportions under tho favors conferred by the high protective tariff that It is costing more today In this country to live on Americanmade goods than it costs on the other side of the worM Let us quote a few figures to show tho farmer how he is paying more for ma terials he needs on his farm than is paid by his competitor abroad Americanmade axes and hatchets which are sold In this country for 750 per dozen can be purchased In South Africa for 675 a difference of 11 per cent Sledges which cost the American farmer at the rate of 18 cents per pound can be bought In Ladysmlth for 16 cents again a difference of 11 per cent Crowbars which sell here at the rate of six cents per pound are sold In South Africa for five and fonr tenths of a cent a pound another dif ference of 11 per cent Shovels which here cost 825 per dozen can be purchased In South Africa for 1742 again a difference of 11 per cent The steel beam plow for which the American farmer Is asked 1150 can bo purchased in South Africa for f103G again a difference of 11 per centThe churn which the farmer uses manufactured In Boston costs him 247 In South Africa ho could buy it for 2 23 per cent less than is asked him In this country- A corn shelter for which he pays 420 can be bought at Cape Town for 350 a difference of 20 per cent ills grain mill which costs him 1466 In Boston Where it Is manufac tured can be purchased on the other side of the world for 1320 a differ ence of 11 per cent Tho Boston corn planter which Belli hero for 15 is sold to tho South African farmer for 13 a difference of 15 per cent A fan mill for which he pays 2180 Is sold to tho farmers of South Africa for 1760 a difference of 21 per cent Cultivators for which the New York state farmer pays 400 bring only j40 In South Africa 17 per cent un der tho price obtained here Horse shoes for which the American farmer Is charged six dollars go to the South African farmer at 495 a difference of 21 per cent A twohorse plow for which in this country the fanner is asked 525 can be obtained by the farmer dqn in Cape Colony at 415 a difference of 25 per cent The farmer who has what Bill Nye used to call one of these upright farms and wants a sidehill plow pays 677 for it Ills brother farmer in South Africa who has an upright 5811aIs there road work to be done the farmer needs a heavy road plow lie pays for It 1020 Roads In South Attica are made with the same plow for differIenceTho New England chilled twohorse plow for which the American farmer pays 340 is sold to the farmer la A Great Victory In Sight The splendid spirit shown by the New York democrats means that they will be satisfied with nothing less than success And they have paver failed to win when they all worked together is they have shown that they mean to do now On the other hand the republican factions needed by Odoll and Platt are lying in ambush for each other with their trusty bowie knives unsheathed and ready for business Now York may Just as well now as later be put in the democratic Hat Indianapolis Sentinel South Africa for 720 a difference of 17 per cent Rope for which the farmer has much use is sold at 11 cents per pound in South Africa while 13 cents per pound is charged for it in New York state where it Is manufactured The difference is 22 per cent Is it worth while says the Utica Observer to maintain a tariff which robs the workingman the farmer the artisan the housekeeper to the ex clusive benefit of the manufacturer Why should it be possible for Amer- Ican goods to be sold more cheaply abroad than they are here Is It not a rank Injustice to the consumers in higherthat It is the operation of the tariff that enables the protected manufac turers to send their goods half around the world and sell them at a profit for lower prices than they are et ltc J to demand In this country even In the very state In which the goods are manufactured t WHAT WE PAY TO TRUSTS Every American Family Contributes 0448 Per Year to Tariff Nursed Combines Suppose tho average American work Ingman pays eight dollars a month rent for his house That is at the rate of 96 per year House rent is usually the most costly item in the expense account of every nonhomeowning family and It absorbs a large percentage of the work ers wages It is the most inveterate enemy of the little dinner pall The wife of the average workIngman would think she was rolling In wealth if she could have for household account the money that goes out for ront Now note some pertinent facts disclosed by accurate data pertaining to the trusts and the high protective tariff of tho republican party which makes the existence of the trusts possible The average American family pays a tribute of 111 a year to the protected trusts Of that ampunt the government gets In taxes from the trusts the sum of 1652 Deduct that sum from the total contribution of 111 and the balance Is 9448 The latter figure Is the amount filched from tho average family by the tariff which supports the trusts The facts thus stat d says the Los Angeles Herald are derived from calcu lations of average consumption by American families and the tariff duties Imposed on the articles consumed Every American family In the average pays 9448 tribute to the trusts a sum fully eqnal to the average yearly house rent of the man with the dinner pall WHAT THE EDITORS THINS Perhaps those republicans who are forbidding people to talk about Imperialism would also like to have them promise not to talk about any other is sue Chicago Dally News Let us have an end of the enor mously costly jlngollstlc chip on the shoulder statesmanship by electing the safe and sane candidate Alton n Par ker to the presidency Troy Press It Is said that GermanAmer icans throughout the country are flock Ing to the Parker standard They know by practical experience In their own country what the militarism that Pres ident Roosevelt advocates means Boston Traveler Gov Peabody has been renomin ated by the Colorado republicans This should put the Issue of militia anarchy and vigilantes rule squarely before the Colorado voters to the advantage of tho democratsAtlanta Constitution Mr Fairbanks says Mr Roosevelt Is sure to be elected but the democrats keep right on hunting votes Mr Fair banks may be prejudiced N Y World Certain rude democrats are insinuating that the president might bet ter call a peace conference in Wisconsin Instead of at The Hague Chicago Journal Lincoln Yarn Neatly Applied Tho contentious of some of tho spell binders that the present administration is responsible for tho prosperity which has attended the labors of our farmers in recent years reminds us of a story told by Abraham Lincoln lIe said there was a woodpecker away up in the top of a tree pecking and pecking and pecking After while a windstorm carne along and blow down the tree and the woodpecker believed to Its dying day that It had pecked the tree down Flsld ana Farm A Days Doings in Kentucky I AT A DANCEI Knives and Guns Were Used In a General Fight Lexington Ky Oct 17ln a general fight which took place at a dance and picnic In Harrison county about 12 miles west of Cynth lana Walter Conrad was fatally stabbed Harvey Walden received a severe scalp wound while Mr J W Gunn and his wife Pearl Gunn were hit by stray bullets and also seriously injured While the dance was in progress a quarrel arose between Perry and Henry Bowman brothers on one side and Walter and Jasper Conrad also brothers on the other side Knives and pistols were used freely and In the melee Walter Conrad was stabbed a number of times In the back and abdomen Seeing his brother fall Jasper Conrad began shooting promiscuously when Mr and Mrs Gunn were injured Harvey Walden a mutual friend of the young men tried to separate them and while playing tho part of a peacemaker got injured himself All the parties are under arrest The fight and its terrible results brought the dance to an abrupt termination OUT OF THE ORDINARY Remains Arrived at Night and Were Burled By Light of Lanterns Falmouth Ky Oct t7An Interment out of the ordinary took place at Kentontown Ky Charles Tennis aged 80 who hall time and again walked from Kentontown to Falmouth a distance of about 20 miles fell from a bridge at Falmouth and was killed His body was prepared for burial and as there Is no railroad running within 20 miles of his late home his body was conveyed there In a hearse It was about 9 oclock when the remains reached the cemetery where almost all the inhabitants of the little village walled All brought lanterns and while the sexton held a light over tho face of the corpse they viewed tho body Then the corpse was lowered Into the ground while the minister of fered prayers In the 011 Fields BarbotirvIJle Ky Oct 17The feat ure of Interest In the Kentucky and Tennessee oil fields last week was the development of a larger number of ex cellent producers In the lower fields along the state line The Wayne coun ty division turned up eight strikes five of which make from 50 to 150 barrels Sensational Developments Louisville Ky Oct li Sensational developments are promised from an In qulry to bo made into the death of William Owens by tho grand jury It is said that a woman is under police surveillance and that another woman will testify that a drink of whisky was fixed for the dead man A Fatal Shooting Bee Madlsonvllle Ky Oct 17Inash- ooting bee between Silas Forte and Edgar Long nt St Charles Ky Long was fatally wounded Both men used Winchesters and many shots were ex changed It is said that Long bad been friendly with Fortes wife State Federation Will Be Formed Covington Ky Oct 17The representatives of various unions in Trades and Labor assembly met Sunday morn- Ing at Labor hall this city and dod d ed to form a state federation of labor A state convention will be held in November for this purpose Death Came Suddenly CovIngton Ky Oct 17 Denver Hunton 22 was found dead Sunday morning at his mothers home 423 Main street Covington Ho had been clnce Wednesday Hunton was a mineral water employo in Newport Ho was unmarried Big Alcohol Contract Washington Oct 17The largest contract ever mado by the navy department for alcohol has just been awarded for furnishing tho bureau of supplies and accounts with 1500000 pounds The total amount Involved Is 07050 Curry Will Train Them Lexington Ky Oct 17 Charles De La Montalne the California turfman has purchased a couple of good youngsters from Sam Gilbert of this city for 2500 They were shipper west Sunday night to be trained by Jack Curry His Sixth Wedding Mayklng Ky Oct 17At Shelby Gap east of hero Johnson Mulllns a well to do logging man was mar- rIed tp Miss Jane Foutch 20 making Mullins sixth marriage and a new record In this state His first five wives died Public Improvements In Covington Covington Ky Oct 17Tho city of CovIngton has nearly completed 100 000 worth of public improvements dui ing the present year which is tho greatest amount accomplished In any single year In the history of the city Three Men Mangled Mnysfleld Ky Oct 17An Illinois Central freight train was wrecker near Water Valley Sunday morning killing two men whose names were unknown and fatally injuring Emmett Thomp son of this county A Kiss and a Shot Pnducah Ky Oct 17A J Hognn a local retail grocer committed suicide Sunday by shooting himself In the temple Before shooting himself he asked his wife tq kiss him goodbye LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE JH RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 119OLj 1LeaveArrive Rlchmond412 a alt l Arrive Paris2Sa at Arrive Cincinnati 750aia OolnsrNorth = aTraIDG Dane t Leave Berea1255 p m ArnveRlchmondl25pmArrive Paris 318 p m t Arrive Cincinnati 600pm 1i Going South Train Dell Leave Bereal 11 Arrive Livingston 205 pra Ooluc South Train 0 Dally J Leave BereLoo 11 21 p tniArrive Livingston 30 ail1Trains No1 and No 5 make con 4 section at Livingston for Jellioo and the South with No 21 and No 21 W H BOWER Ticket AlentI DRV H HOBSON J s Dentist s Kto7- MONUMENTS t eras lIeedatoau etstasryt QrsnlU sad MsrbU I Workof all kinds done ia a workmanlike manner at rea unable prices and with dispatch AU work guar anteed by t GOLDEN FLORA t RICHMOND Ky Owner ol lIala and Collie Shasta j 1 Ono of Many f H A Tisdale of Summorton S OJ suffered for twenty years with the j Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used bat reliefI and permanent good was found only in DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many euros that hove been effected by this won derful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary toI see that you get the gonuine De Witts made by E O DeWitt k Coin Chicago and a cure is certainIDeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema totter ringworm shin dis eases etc Sold by East End Drug CaTo k Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete j and up todate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of CLOCK WORK IJEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for moat prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention said charges paid one way S G FRANKLINlit Ky RETEBENCE Bank of Mt Vernon Savos Two From Death t 1fataliland of Armond N YUbut whoa all other remedies failed wo saved her j covery1Ouran advanced stage also used this j wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throatand i lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other med- Icine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds BOo and 100 bottles guaranteed by East End Drug Co Trial bottles free y I THE CITIZEN I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pnMlined nnlett tlcned in fan by the writer The name ti not for publication but a i an evidence of rood faith Write plainly J LLLLLLLLLLLfLLLL For Our Children Now is the time to strengthen our resolution that our children shill hmo the benefit of tho public schools provided by the state Tho schools nru open und tho pay of tho teacher is provided Now shall our children have the benefit of it Will the trustees make tho schoolhouse com fortable before bad weather sets in Will the proper officers look after the roads and bridges t Will the parents provide fit clothing Will tho teach er stir everybody up to tho will of duty for our children r If Tile CITIZEN does you good sub scribe for it and pay for it OWSLEY COUNTY DOORWAY Oct 10 Mosfpeoplo are through shocking corn Sorghum making is all the rage at present there being onlsix cane mills in this vicinity howBrico Dean has just finished making sorghum N P Ambrose Isaac Irvine and Washington Daniel and others went chestnut hunting last Sunday all report a good time James Daniel went to t1O Baker Graveyard Sundayschool Sunday It is reported that Levi Morris and Win Freeman wore indicted for illicit whiskey belling Brico Dean visited Robert Bakers Sunday night DtttiTBnrus was thrown from a horse last Saturday sad received n broken ann11liilo driving a mule to grind cane last Monday Coltson Dean was kicked in tho face by tho nude It knocked two of his front teeth out und badly cut his face in several places Luther Wilson paid a visit homo last Friday Isaac Gil bert Alex Bishop and Bob Baker are making molasses this week George Burns had a mill raising last Monday at which ninny of the young folks exerted their strengthHurrahf- or THE O IZEV ISLAND CITY Oct litTho Republicans of Is land City11let Oct 12at the Oak Grove schoolhouse and organized Republican club P M Frye stated the object of tho meeting Silas Fields was named as temporarychairman They then proceeded to nominate permanent officers A D Bowman was elected chairman Charles Burch vice chairman Thomas secretary Daniel Breen asstsecretary- J W Smith sargeantatarms The club meets weekly on Tuesday night Measles have seriously deranged till attendance of Walnut Grove and Spiny schoolsP M Fryo of this place is asking the people of Owsloy County to give him tho nomination for county court clerk at tho looming primaryelection to ho held Dec 3 i 1004 He has a worthyclaimTbo t Rev Mr Johnson of the M E church is to preach at this place Sunday T A Becknell says ho is getting his share of bean hulling Judge Brewer is having new coat of paint placed on his houses Tho 0 K Lumber Co is starting business slowlyGABBARD Oct 12Tho weather stillcon tinues dryJoo Helton of Leo County visited relatives hero the latter part of the weekA J Baker of Cow Creek was hero Wednesday Mrs Logan Evorsolo died last week Meredith Gabbard had a pic nic for his school last Friday Math ias Barrett is confined to his bed withremittent fever Alfred Bolin and wife visited relatives on Lymons Creek Wednesday and Thursday J L Gabbard made about 130 gal Ions of molasses this yearWill I Flauery Miss Raymond mid Miss Hollister of Berea were hero Wed i nesday and Thursday visiting schools Republican clubs have been organ ized at Wolf Creek and Grassy Branch Owsloy has a very largo crowd of candidates in tho field this year There are about 10 for asses sor alonoThe Gabdard baseball team better known as tho Indain Ceek team went to Boonvillo on Saturday Oct 8rand played the byie did not give a liberal and fair 1decision on our part A Durbin Bent Moore and Tom Hunter did the pitching for Boonovillo and Jas Gabbard and brother Meredith for the Indian Creek Luck to THE CITIZEN and its readers MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct J7Mrs Margaret Forty left Friday evening for Tuskogeo Ala While there recruiting she will take a normal course in Booker T Washingtons schoolMr and Mrs Charlio Randolph canto up from Cincinnati and spout Saturday mid Sunday with friends and relatives in this city Loandor Davis of Lou isvillo is visiting relatives and friends herdBev W M Price wife and baby returned homo from Lexington last week His wife has IHHJU visit big her mother at that place for several monlTis William Humphrey who has lieu visiting hero for sometime left Tuesday for Boston Mass Mrs Ruth Crouch and daughter Emilof Cincinnati are visiting Mrs Emily Alexander of East Fourth streetMrs Sallio Marshall entertained the Bethel Sowing Circle in grand style Friday afternoon After an interesting program was rendered in which Mrs Hettie Hayes Mrs Margaret Forty Mrs Ida War der Miss Nannie Wood and HOE A White were tho participants a delicious lunch was served Every ono seemed to delighted and many expressed their desires of hav ing tho society meet at Mrs Marshals again in the near future MADiSOn COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Oct 15Mrs Lonnie Gilleu has returned to Lexington after a few days visit here with her parents Mrs Garner of Missouri has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jake Herndon the past weekMr Jake Horndon and son John B went to Cincinnati last Sunday and took a car load of cattle Miss Bonnie nUll Emma Baker spout a few days of last weekwith their grandmother Mrs Emily Barker Miss Anna Hengo has returned from an extended visit to relatives at VUloTG reive Illinois Mrs Bailes Wilson Mrs Daniel Maupin and Misses Ida Maupin anti Nannie Baker spent Thursday of last week with Mrs Irvine Baker Mrs Nannie Baker spent Sunday with Mrs Balis Wilson Lucile Mildred tho twomouths old baby of Mr and Mrs Jessie M Kinnard is very low with typhoid foorlrll Rachel Wilson has IXHMI Very sick but is improving CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE A good rain yesterday settled the drought at this PuraceRevs Cot tingim and Smallwood preached to n large crowd here yesterday Joseph Wagers of Manchester rand his best girl attended church hero Sunday Silas Wagers and family were tho guests of M II Frederick Sunday Dr Webb bought a fine saddle horse last week for rare hundred dollars M lIe Frederick went to Manchester Saturday on business D B Smith bought two mules last week and has gone to hauling staves Miss Mary Mills P M at this place went to Manchester Monday on legal busi ness James Clarkston of Sidell visited his sister hero Saturday rand Sunday Miss Flora Hubbard of Hyden visited homo folks here Sat urday and Sunday and also attended meetingsROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Oct 17Wo are now having a good meeting going on at Fairview Church conducted by Rev J W Lambert Win Chasteeu and others Messrs J B Coylo and J II Lambert are in Lofiisvillo this week on business Mrs Lucy IIix who has been very low with fever is sonic hotter at this writing Mr and Mrs John B Coylo of this place visited friends at Whitpstation Saturday anti Sunday Mrs Etta Lambert and little son visited Mrs Annie Pouter Sunday Mrs Mary Singleton of Little Clear Creek visited friends at Boone this week Tommy Patterson went to Berea Monday ROCKFORD Oct 17 Thomas Linvillo started this morning to Berea to work at tho water works Tom is a good hay and wo wish him success in his workJ- W Todd sold J W McCollum two mule colts for 85Mr and Mrs Willio Stephen visited relatives at Climax Saturday and Sunday Mrs Will unman and little Nora visited James Hainan and family Sunday There was a crowd of young folks at Rockford Sunday all enjoying thom selves fineA protracted meeting began at Fairview Saturday and will lust a week or twoiVe aro still liar ing dry weather no frost yetMr Leo Bullen was at Rockford Sunday J J Martin has his new house about completedBOONEVILLE Oct 17J S Judd is stillvery ill from the effects of some stomach trouble Tho fever patients aro all improving and no new Cash to report Tho drought is Incoming almost alarming in tho country back from tho river anti stock water M scarcer than it hums IKOII for twenty years George W Frazier of Wise mantowu paid our town a pleasant call last week and while herosold his louse and lot on main street to II C Treadway our Deputy clerk for a nice priceBrueo Woodward Las t Our Popular Scholarship Contest l o 0Tim CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two terms to he given to tho two most popular young people in each of the eight sur rounding counties attracts more hall nioro attention as tho weeks pass As we go to press the following votes had been received Leo County Mary Farler 1200 Clay Combs 050 Floyd Lucas 500 II McGuSro too Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays 1501 Claude DeBaunI2201Vn- llace Adams 700 Tommie Baker 375 Maggie Lowers 375 Pearl Gay 325 Clay County Susie Sparks1P5OI-da Bengo 1000 W M Rico 1t00 M M Robinson 1200 T E Burch OUO Chas Combs 500 G J Jarvis 500 Mary Collins too Owsley County Nora Wilson SuO Snowden Reynolds 000 Garfield Campbell450M-ary Bar450Flo-ra Peudergrass 201 Burgoyno Botner 110 Nettie Treadway 110 B J Pendorgrass 10l Jeanette Gabbard lOO THE CITIZEN advertisement on page recently sold to our bank cashier lr1 Fuller tho old Woodward residence lot and corner storehouse for J2000 and will soon close out his stock to start up at a place yet unknown W B Bullock has just returned from Lexington whore ho was interested inI the prosecution of some common wealth cases Henry Winu mud Frank Brewer who were confined in our jail charged with the murder of Gillis Barnett without bail were taken out on a writ of habeas Corpus and allowed bail Winn for 5000 and Brewer in 2000 which they promptly gave The County Republican Committee met last Saturday and called a county primary for Saturday Dec 3 1001 to nominate county officers S11YLOCILShylock wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convalescent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone andmuscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT i BOWNE Chemists 4O8415 Pearl Street Now York sue and f100 all drugxuU Good Farm For Sale 05ncres good fencing everlast iugwater material ready for a good barn 10x00 feet other outbuildings good I acre in young orchard all kinds of fruits 80 acres ready for corn next year remainder of farm in grass on a good turnpike mile from Kingston If you want a cheap homo iu tho Blue Grass cull on or address Z M Boon 121 Kingston Confession of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes IIFor 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice 1 consulted a num ber ot physicians anti tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a 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 guar anteed by East End Drug Co Only Oc Rockcistlo County Undid Ilibbertl500-E B Thompson COO John McFerron 400 Fanuio McClure 100 Mollie Carter 100 Minnie Nicely UK- Byrdn Mcllnrguo100Jackson W L Ilegley2500Su- sie Watson 1200 Laura Hatfield 1050 Samuel Davis KX Lizzie Wilson 350- Nnnnlo Click 300 Lucy Parsons 300 May Sparkman 300 CD Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estill County Katie Moores 050 Ambrose Wilson 850 Garnett Powell 800 Theda Nolaud 000 Nora McGee 100 J II Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D13 Alumbaugh 200 Robert L Cole 102 Martha Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwoll 100 Read 5 The Merry Harvest Hand Did you over notice that drtanee lends enchnntiuont to the harvest Held To Ret out la the early morning while the dew U yet on the grass and shock about seventeen acres of oats along with the merry harvest hands Is certainly alluring enough to look at It hi the picture and the wise man will let it stay there unless necessity or some gentleman with a gun drives Win Into the harvest Quid A duet of tan accumulated at the sea shore U quite as pretty to look upon one acquired through wrestling with a pitchfork and the process Is not nearly so well calculated to break ones heartOf course the 250 a day and board that goes with the excursion to the harvest Held Is a nice thing to have but there Is always the chance at the seashore that one may be discovered and adopted by a millionaires daugh ter aud thus clear up more In ono sea son than would be possible working steadily for forty years Iu the harvest field SUck to the seashore The harvest will be gathered In somehow AIM r Literary What Is your husbands favor ite book Chips that pass in the night I guess rrr So Annoying The rubbernecks annoyed her so As on the sidewalk In a row They waited for the maiden shy And ogled her as she passed by But truth to tell afraid It much more had annoy the maid If as she passel from day to day No man at all had looked her way What Other Object When I married you you did not have a cent to your name and hardly more than one drcssnnd now you must have a new gown every month Goodness dont I know It Do you suppose I would have married you It I had had money of my own A Mystery Tho little wire was reeling glum With envy tilled wax she Now who CUll bo Jack Pot this chum- My husband goes to seur A Useful Quality This watch case of mine is absolute ly waterproof That Is a great idea It will not hurt tho works when you soak It Colorado Chief Ksecntlve James Hamilton Peabody governor of Colorado who has been charged with abuse of power in connection with tho miners strike la a native of Vermont and has just passed his fifty lint birthday r Carriage Satisfaction Hereit1 Our obiolM are every ono ID wheel body We and retire Get our s C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky No One But if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we tan do U Rive advice Of course thats rosy But our advice la really worth a little more to you than most peoples for vra otter to give you the tint battle of our medicine free If It falls te help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine wmn good Such an offer on the wrong kind of ijmHelne would put a merchant prince In the poor pease Dr Milt1 Nervine however U years of experience have proved la a medl cine that cure the tick Those whom It cannot benefit leas than one In ten thousand wo prefer to refund their money All we ask of you la to try Dr Mile Restorative Nervine for your oompialat If you sutler from Melkwn nervoua exhaustion dlsilnee headache raw cular twitching melancholy IOM ef memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy SL Vitae Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor w serious that we were competed to take him out of school After Mvetal physician lid failed to relieve him we gave Dr Mlles Nervine a trial Ten months treatment with Nervine and Liver Pill i restored our boy to fjJIKthUt JOHN WILSON Deputy Co Clerk Deltas Co lie us and we will man Free Trial package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank for our Specialist to diasnoe- your case and tell you what In wrong and how to rl Abnolulely Free Address UR MILRQ MKDICAI UUUIAKT 1ND 11 JoJ II r on Large to select from 2825 Keeler St TIT Oct 2 1002 suffered with falling and con of tho womb with severe through the groins I suffered at timo of men Itr blinding headaches and of to the brain What to I knew not for It seemed that I had tried all and failed but had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed for tick women I found it tako and soon knew that the right New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a reA Mm Bush is now in health because eho took of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak fag of Cardui in her home The first bottlo convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases directions address giving The Ladles Advisory The M g q I Phaetonsh Runabouts SurriesJ a Useful FLAWLESS ourcarriagesthmnnN011repaint repair prices KENTUCKY WORKS Blame Yourself veerbecame FREEWrite CO- LA1OltATOfAi9 Wo have bought M the It D Massey Store on Main Street smith will have fresh meat on tho time Come and see for fair i Your Irnda in nolicttxl how Main Street Boron Ky Tim Special build make them tho most desirable of any on tho tnnrkot 21 in gear JI2M cash 8 in gear 1540 cash Sold A P Depot Stroot Beren Ky I I tfl For the next 30 the ed Stock Main Street Richmond 11111111111 I I I Dragging Pains Ptftninn gestion rushing I remedy pleasant- to I medicine wellwoman perfect Wino failed Wine requiring special symptoms Te- naWINEe1CARDW Buggies Traps DurableGraceful ComfortableStylish CARRIAGE th- oMeat t Known Moat Maudall treatment Durham Bros o- fTennessee Wagons wagons running running byISETTLE Jr 1II11HII1I11i1EiII I1lI11tlIIh 25 Percent Off days Colobrat White Mountain Refrigerators ARBUCKLE SIMMONS K- ydItttIItHII f4fil1tI1tI1F Department Chattanooga Chattanooga Shop rpld by y- noglal Stores wtterrtywh fllTIOTI 11 ernulM lure rlIluagl ago v4- pti lattom BEST yORLO S ASj i Nolan iuaauer aladle brim eeessIUtna 01- 1lalaatla lace Palm TIIlJO =r Jmllnr IHU1 =hillHl7 U Pairs flusiMt Mnrt Jliaa Uouttltt In four mars THE REASONS I W IfclfciujiUmnakM anilnrllimoraniAns gtWoathr1dlouIInuanyuthurtwuulan uri lirrrlii tho worlil ualajJIMeendfyOhncplaeertids other make are fouuJ to lust au CON They will outwear two pair of Zaooeand3to hoc ordinaryiMad of the best Italtittt Corona Kid Corona Coil and National Kangaroo i ri r rl i BiMl noli r DoturUi S1OO Ollt FAile Ln- cannot bo at any price hur brmula eaeealrOatlo r ea u ii o r HayesI