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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t RACERIEditor and Publisher Snkrc4 al Pa40Qln Gl lnea Ay ueond eke waa malt- erIFIII1111+ I I ItI1tII II VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1904 One dollar a year NO 19 IDEAS A Christian to onu who lover thoso whom ho ilexs nutlike f wo wero to tnku tlm conceit out of 6I jnxiple canon tint rcniniiiH would defy Onu of thu most common impro priutii of Hi ccch is I cant I will TAKE NOTICE Election Day isTuemlny November 8thA Republican Ilnlly will lx nil dnwHcd next Tuesday in tbo TulxT i noelLit 8 pm by Mr J L McCoy FROM THE WIDE WORLD ArningDimmb are lwu mudo fort a Ikvr colony of 400 families in till loullllllllO uud fox II Ilt No less than 2000 BernuJhirby ClmrhiK 11 Sjnirgion uro in printed form and there a counluut demand for theta Tho advance guard of the RUAAt- nnSwnllluciflo squadron of torpedo IxMitrt to in tho outer hnrbor of Cher iMUirg Franco r Till Hritinh Government rent nr gtiit nohH of protect to thin RuKninn attack on tho British liHllln ttwi in the North StIIITho cheering naves comcH from Africa that every trilw from the mouth of the Congo to Stanley Falls covering a distance of a thoumind milts now has the Ulblo in its own lungimgo IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The cniiwr Colorado on her trial trip undo an avenge of 2188 knots J Tho acting Mayo cof Now Orlwum nfuwd to jHrmitn bull fight to lx given in that city0 convention gfjJMiiiKrni in Rich emit Va n n Imnkur to IIIl1nlx hiJiwithollt cpierttion money tallw In honor of Mint llolon Kollor who was Ixirn deaf dumb cud blind Helen Keller Otywas olworvcd nt the Worldx Fair The National Convention of Con gregational churches hold at Dos MoinoH Iowa elected a colored tuna RH HH settnulnaellant moderator ltinitl B Hill in an interview in New York ytwtfinlay eonlldttntly ox pnHMsl the opinion that Maryland Vwt Virginia and Indiana would go lknocndic4The PostmuRtor Oenoral limn IL c Payne providesl in his will that a ixtiKion nhoiild lx paid for lift to limo utiwho wax Iris school teach er in boyhood A well known Southern authority ohtimatert that the cotton entp will t not fall short of 120KKK balen mudsays it may ossibly go to 131KKMXX ImlcH- Mr Cleveland nits the principal HtxNikcr at the Democratic rally in Ntw Yorkcity Saturday under tho auHpiccri of lime Husiiiwrt MCHH Par ker and Davis Association Andrew Carnogio was pn wilted by the inn and Steel Instituto with the DexHeiner gold modal in appreciation of his work in tho developtnont of tilt iron cud sled iiulustry of tho world Uy tho verdict of tho court martial which investigated tho lynching of two negroes at Stutctiboro Oil Cllpt Robert II Hitch who wits in con mand of till troops to to Iw dis miHHcd from Bervieo Two lieuton ants nro to ho publicly reprimanded and in addition onu of thorn is to bo HtiHjHiided for a year- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fire in tho courthouse at Cynth iana caumi coimidoniblo damage Dr SiltiH C Swallow tho Prohibi lion candidate tar President of tho Initod States will speak in Louis villa NovemlKr I Tho L and N Railroad will spend u largo amount of money in reducing tho grades and straightening tho curves on its Jollico branch Tho jury at Harrodsburg returned a judgment against the Southern Railway Company for 15000 for tho killing of Engineer John Scanlan of Louisville last Juno Tho architects plans for tho new State Capitol hilve IHJOII completed cud tho Capitol Commission will meet November 10 to receive prtlllOHlllI is said to have bought ten thousand acres of land in Letcher county Kentucky to l immediately dovolojxd Ca Ituntuckylcndsluseatriugllorldx- Fair awanto having been f six grand prizes thirtylive gold medals ninetytwo bronze medals Madison county hardly sustained its reputation as the only award wo noticed for Madison was u bronze medal to Baron College for general exhibit wt THE CITIZEN + Hr yvM+i VV M1S hv3ro i iaswirvtvraavivOG v6 viC 0- v SCENE IN CALIFORNIA i Celebration Over the Mountain Spring Water The celebration in the Tabernacle lust Saturday was an occasion which will always lx remembered Pres Frost gave some facts about tho extent of till undertaking in bringing water Five milos in iron pijxjs These details Tilt CITIZEN will publish later Dr Rogers set tho keynote in referring to the Providence which has unable Itorea to ofTer such tin paralleled advantages to its pupils quoting his favorite words What hath Owl wrought Dr Cowloy give a noiil and convincing HIIllChI on tilt value of water in relation to good health Prof W E C Wright spoke of till years in which ho was a teacher at Heron and his chiding interest in tho pxoplo of this region white and coloretL- Undoubtedly the sjiooch of tho oc tension was that delivere by Hon wlsdollllIIlIIlull of many homely turns orHIIttCh Ho said tho pipe lino was in many places curve crooked hilt trot a crooked dollar would go into it For Bored this was a larger enterprise than tho Panama Canal for tho world Ho spoke of till labor involved in tho undertaking relating his conver sation with an Irishman to whom he remarked thud the digging seemed easy Put replied It does sor from your Btandpint We utaynot realize how much labor it has cost to build Horoa College mid offer its ad vantages to all tho aspiring young xx plo of tilt region The original spading of tho first earth with time nickloplated spade was a scout long to lx remembered On tho handle of time spade tho date has been curvedwith the name of Dr Pearsons and tho words Rerun College Waterworks std Addison Ballard broke sod This spade is to bo presented to Dr Pearsons Dr Barton was detained by tho meeting of tho National Convention at Des Moines Iowa and sent the following letter which wo publish in full Dear Ircsilcnt ProslI am sorry not to ho with you in tho tiny when the good work logins for tho instill lation of limo Waterworks But Mr Ballard curt represent us both and porhlllH can come when tho work is further advanced or at least when it is completed If in place of time ad dress you asked me to deliver I may send a word to ho read tho word shill IMJ an expression of gratitude to Qod for this great achievement It adds to time value of nil property both of the College and tho town It gives additional promiso of life and usefulness to every teacher and stu dent and to time people of tho conn try It is an cllicient factor in developing cleanliness and beauty und in lifting the moral level of our college and village life I do not fuel like thanking Dr Pearsons half so much as I feel like congratulating him on the list investment ho has ever made and I congratulate tho college on tho best gift it has over receivedIt to mo n fitting timing that wo should now have in progress three great enterprises each time gift of a single generous donora librarya chapel and this system of water works Had these three donors living far apart conspired together they could not moro admirably com biped their effort to make thp work of Boron effective Hero wo shall have lino water from the mountain springs flowing in its native purity tin our campus here also we shall taste of tho pure springs of litera ture brought together in one flowing fountain of knowledge in our new library und hero for tho refreshing of time spiritual life and for its cleansing and invigomtion wo shall have our new chax l dedicated to time worship of God What trinityof beneficence is this three fold achieve mont Shall we not say that it is wrought out through a single im pulse of time Spirit of God on time hearts of tropic widely separated And shall wo not thank God that we hove such friends and such a cruse and such a wdrk Ixjforo us r This is my simple message for time good day when tho rock stroll IHJ smitten and tho waters begin to flow- WILLIAM E BARTON Dos Moines Iowa Oct 10 100- 1Republican Parade and Argument Tho Horseback Parade on Satur du was a grand success and tho College Band stirred tho patriotism of every heart Time sjoeches seemed to cover thou whole field under till three words Roosevelt Fairdealing and Pros perity Tho Presidents adminis tration WIt duly praised his im artinl defence of tho rights of rich umlloor his prowlm management in our new jKtssessions Iris punishment of all grafters and thieves in ollice his fine selection of men for govern ment apitointinents coup his match less service to the South in securing till Panama Canal The fairdealing of tho Republican Partywas contrasted with the unprincipled conduct of the Democrats in thin Goobol law time unfair districting of the State by which tho Republicans are deprived of their just representation in Congress and tho Legislature anti tho trial of Caleb Powers And the argument from time pros perity of time country as contrasted with tho Democratic times of 1803 cattle homo to every man Tho Democrats themselves now profess to have adopted time Republican doc trines of sound money und civil service reform There seems to bo no possible excuse for patriotic man to vote against Roosevelt 1nir deal ing and Prosperity Is it Honest Tho time is coining when people will snIHciently discerning and conscientious to see and to assert that to deprive another of his rights of property is no more a crime than to rob him of his due share in tho rights of citizenship Time many good urea itf the Democratic party of Ken tucky ought to bo informed of time rascality exhibited by the Democratic legislature in districting the state Attention is hero first directed to time unfair arrangement congressional districts No adequate idea can be gained of the astounding unfairness shown without studying tho situation with a map of the state before the eyes Tho awkward shapes of some of tho districts made so for party ends is wonderful Giving up tho llth dis trict to 1x3 Republican time effort has been mudo to pit into it all tho Re publican counties possblowithont re gard to shape or equality of pope lation Time average population of the eleven Kentucky districts accord ing to the last census was 105107 But the llth hud 2J8I17 while tho 8th district adjoining hud hut 113180 Thus one of these districts has more than 73000 people more than time natural size ofn district and tho other over 52000 loss than tho aver ago a difference between tho two of 125228 The districts of the state average nlxiut eleven counties each so that they might easily be made of about equal opulation mud of sym metrical shape without dividing counties Time 8th and llth origin ally unfairly unequal were made more so by taking off three Republi cut counties from the 8th and adding them to the already overgrown 11th Take as time next illustration the stole Senatorial districts Those are thirtynight in number with an aver ape population of 50501 Let us note an instance of time bald unfair ness of the districting law The following rare tho figures for tho sure Democratic districts 21st four counties 38705 23rd three counties 83880 30th three counties 85422 Total lot the three 108103 On time other hand the seven strong Republican counties of Jackson Kockcustlc Laurel Knox Hell Whitloy und Pulaski are put into a single district containing 120050 jteoplo br 21817 more titan the three districts just referred to Other ex amples scarcely less outrageous could be given Time representative legislative dis tricts seem to have en mado throughout in an attempt to answer this question How cnn wo most nearly disfranchise Kentucky Repub finllllydrartltIit with satisfaction and say Well wo have at least made one Democrat count for as much as three Republi legislatorsSeeresentative districts average 21470 jtcople Time constitution requires that tho districts skull IK of as nearly equal population as possible without putting n county with part of another It is provided that no more than two counties shall bo put into ono district except to equalize population and that where differences are necessary the discrimination shall bo in favor o7 sparsely settled localities And yet wo find Bell Harlan Leslie timid Perry counties put together into one district with a population of 40508 when constitutionally they ought to have two members Why Because they are strongly Republi can of course Note n few more of tho many outrages Several Demo cratic districts have a population so low as between AOOO und 0000whllo Whitley timid Knox counties with 42387 are allowed but a single member Warren County has a pop ulation of 20070 It is Democratic nail is given twomemlters Christian County hums a population of 37002 or about SOOO snore than Warren But Christian is regularly Republican and is allowed but one member There are four Republican districts with a total of 150303 while fourteen Democratic districts emit bo named with a total butt 001 greater viz 100024 This is base robbery under tho forms of law Kentucky needs a politicalrovolutiou If honest Democrats know the facts surely they would see to it that tho state steps into tho line of honesty and progressL V DODGE Obituary Died in Bereu Oct 7th Morris Derthick Lewis son of W D Lewis aged one year and nine days Until pome threw weeks before this time time little fellow had been in good health and hid smiles hull cheered tho homo and endeared him to all But ho was taken with scarlet fever and front tho first there seemed to bo little hopo of recovery The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev 0 McCully nt the Berea Cemetery ware the members of the humidly mop sympathizing friends were gathered Wo know not why this little lifo should be so soon removed but wo trust that under kindlier skies and in time sunshine of Gods presence time soul will grow and bloom to profit otherwhere Confession of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes uFor 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice consulted a num bur ot physicians and triedall sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured ofa disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a 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CO DEALERS IS PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES See our 5c and lOe counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicost line or QUEENS WARE ever In Berea We also carry a nice line or FRESH GROCERIES amiISTAPLE ARTICLES lit thin lowest prices j CALL AND SEE US PRESCRItT10NS A SPCCIALTT I H C WOOLF Prop tlI1iI14 to f THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher t BKREA KENTUCKY FRIENDS WORTH THE HAVING nalnlnIhtfacetat command For mans tho hour and manta the place WIC frolicked together on ocean or land f TfhojH brighten the Jurk of your gloom lest mood Theyll strengthen your heart with their ol8terous play Theyll bullet your anger until Its sub duel Theyll sport with your sorrow und whisk It away Dont clutch In your curls with that grasp of dcapalr- A toor on the cheek Is a drop out of place Ill WlndIO1ththllirLet me do your Ihe face No evcnlcaRue boots like a pair of old shoes No wl hcloak that equals a raln beaded coat re take you away from the Kealm of the Itlues To give you the wilt that grips Care by the throats How petty our Briefs under Gods open sky1- how often but ghosts of a conjuring brain Itow quickly they dwindle how lightly they tI When winnowed and washed by the wind and the rain When on with your shabbiest hardiest wear The kind thAt the womenfolk term a ilffrrcc And swing down the highway with Wind In the hair Or splash through the puddles with Itain- Inthofnce t ttur Gulterman In Youths Cornpan Ion A Nest Egg L By BELLE MANIATES OopjrUItt by Laytory Pub Oo for supper i suppose Dolt Flsn against the trunk of a tree tuna disconsolately at Jerry the iiwa behind the frying The question was panIdonic grin and a sl ward Jack who at this moment came sfrotn behind the tent Been doing scale work again he said tossing the cornraealed fish Into the pan am so sick of the sight smell and haste uf fish I hope I may never catch another growled Dolt Cant we have tolOcthlng 151 If you will kindly produce anything else I will cook tsaid Jerry I will declared the first speaker resolutely I will go now and buy scene Id like to know where youll buy 1 hem Farms are few and far between In these parts Bancrofts Is the only place within three mllw Thats where I am going Youll have to hypnotize the dame then She wont sell anything to camp rs or fishermen Shes beeu approached dn vnln Hole undaunted strode away through the woods towards Bancrofts which tivs said to be the most productive nod Itest ordered farm In the county The 1ions hold conslEted of father ant daughter the latter It was said ruled the ranch Dolf had never seen her Let from her characteristics he had plc hired her as lean lank strenuous and lemon vieaged He had a holy horror of srptonBued women and he approachDoltfully hut I hardly dare JioU for su- eceitand eggs this time However Dolt appeared In dne time and triumph bringing 12 eggs Four each he announced How did you persuade her Dolt Dldnt persuade her was the re ply Just look them from the nests Oh I say Dolf remonstrated Jack that wasnt right I left half a dollar for a nest egg fleet price eggs ever brought In these parts Ill warrant There was no one at home so I foraged The eggs proved an appetizing change J of menu and they all made merry overt Dolts silver nest egg He forbore o InllDllon a little note he had also left read Dear Miss Bancroft I called to buy some eggs but there was no one at home I felt sure If you knew how satiated I was with flah you would relent so 1 did both the buying and selling Moat pratef ully A CXMPEK- He dashed off this note oil nn impulse and a leaf torn from his note book l The next day Jack was successful Jn I K brook trout expedition and as Dolf It cleaned the delicatelytinted1 little fish he regained In a measure his fondness J for Friday food Its early for supper he remarked Ihen his work was finished lets go to someiThe berries proved ripe and plentiful Dole returned to the camp a little In ad vance of the others to prepare supper lIe kindled a tire and went to the place whore ho hall left the pan of trout It had utterly and unmistakably vanished Ills searching eye discerned a piece of i paper weighted down by a stone also covered a sliver half dollar whichI An antleapatory grin ho read the note 1MrA Camper or maybe Mr Dolf Here Dolt paused In antonlshmi j hot a moments reflection afired him that lita name was nrobab on leaf fee had tan from his notebc There Is no selling for giving at the Bancrofts However well compromise this once and do a little trading Since you are so tired of eating flsh we are not Itll be an act of charity to tale them from you Well call It even for the eggs so return your money It will not be prudent for you to repeat your buying and selling method of market Ing as the dog Is on watch at the nests Yours truly HOANXA BANCIIOFT Well thought Dolf the old maid isnt without a sense of humor but I wish my wits were as sharp as my ap petite and Id know how to get some thing for supper What are you lagging for Doll called Jerry I thought youd have supper ready for us1 Well youve got another thought coming said Dolt gruffly and he pro ceeded to confess to the correspondence that had passed between himself and Old Maid Bancroft Its up to you Dolf asserted Jerry emphatically to provide the material for our supper I hope you arent going to be outwitted by woman and a slnglo woman at that Not Il was the firmly uttered re sponse Would bread and milk and berries do for this once Jerry and Jack agreed that the menu would be satisfactory Dolt took the water pail and again wended his way woodward They asked him no ques dons Dolf was not given to revelations of plans until after fulfillment It wa not long before he returned with a pall ful of warm milk The cows were in the pasture and I played tho role of the merry milkmaid related Dolf as they gathered about the festive and knotted board One a pa tient gentle animal overstocked with milk and grateful to me for my inexpert enced but effectual effort to relieve her of her load- I wonder what Jloanna will think when she comes to milk that partic ular cow exclaimed Jack delightedly Koanna will not attempt to milk that particular cow for around the neck of the bovine I wound a wreath of rope studded with field flowers and to thla wreath I fastened a tobacco bag con taming the half dollar and a note Inform- Ing the fair Roanna that her purloin had forced me to help myself to a supply of human kindness I boldly and mel bly signed my own name so as not to in criminate you fellows- I wonder what her next move will be I will stay In ambush tomorrow and find out said Dolt Early morning however disclosed the fact that Roanna had moved quickly A note pinned to the Hy of the tent in formed one Dolt Sewell that the moon light and a man had tempted her to a row on the river As they wished to avoid pulling up stream they had left the boat three miles below at Craw fords landing There was a postscript conveying the Intelligence that the half dollar In payment of boat lure would be found In the bait can Well Roanna is not so slow ob served Jerry Wonder If she really hal a man Shes a scarecrow In appear anceIt was the hired man doubtless said Jack I saw him one day at the post office He Is a meek bossedlook Ing Individual But you are going to take the nexttrlck arent you Dolt Of course I am going to force he hand be replied Picking fr tee ciered basket he went farther into the time on his way to the farm He gathered huge handfuls of delicate forest flowers and quantities of fragile terns Old maids always go daffy over such stuff he said to Jerry whom he passed en route and I am going to present her with those HP walked boldly up to the austere looking front doer which was opener to his ring by a browneyed brown tressed vision of girlhood II would like to see Mlts lancroft he said In a surprised voice- I am Miss Bancroft came the as nlshlup reply in a tone vibrating with chords of amusement You areMr A CamperIt now Yes likewise Dolf Sewell Is It you with whom I have been trading- It Is Walk In and well settle ac counts Oho led the way Into a room that quite harmonized with his original Ideas of Mss Bancroft White kalsomlncd walls four chairs exactly alikeIn as many corners each turned politely and obliquely towards Its vlsavls a mar bletop center table and an organ furnished the room In odd contrast to Miss Bancrofts shirt waist suit and fluffed pompadourUpon Invitation he seated him self in one of the corner chairs while she occupied the stool before the organ Aid you find your boat and money she asked demurely I havent looked for them yet The half dollar belongs to you- I am not sure she said reflectively You have had one dozen eggs and the milk of one cow which is not equal In value to the trout and rental of boat Still the Inconvenience to us was considerable We keep but few hens that Is laying hens and we had planned to set all the milk to supply cream for the Sunday school picnic- I am surer he said contritely that I owe you the half dollar and apology andhere he handed her the basket with the flowers and ferns She took it hesitatingly lifted the cover and then uttered a little wordleu cry of pleasure Come into the kitchen while I ar range them she said after she had feastuJ her eyes and nostrils on the dell catelyodortd blossoms lie followed her Into the big send glitteram spans today she announced as the filled some glace pitchers with water The others hue gone to teplcrlt J Why didnt you go I have forgotten now the reason I gave she replied with a little laugh but I am going to have a little picnic by myself and I was just packing a luncheon to take into tht woods when II heard you ring Cocie down to the camp aid have a plcnli dinner with uslIe urged earnestly There will be fish And flsh she nndImy luncheon Instead ot prompts your hospitality You neednt bring a thing he faleI reddeningOh I shall Theres a cold rout chicken some green apple pies sugar d doughnuts plcklos and cottage cheese Do you think they will like them 1 A great peace toll upon Dolt He helped her pant the basket and lockup the house On their way to the river a dark foreboding suddenly seized him The boat ride of the night before No Impossible for her to have kept com pany with the help Where Is your friend who took you boat riding last night he asked abruptly Oh he had to return to the city early this morning she answered with a lit tle regretful sigh Even the anticipation of green apple pie failed to rosecolor the dark clowla that had lowered upon Dolts horizon At the camp they found Jerry and Jack preparing the fish Dolt triumphantly andsproduced sumptuous supplies of almo forgotten luxuries You see he announced I have met the enemy and removed her prejudice toward campqrs or else we were mil taken Mits Bancroft smiled and began to set the table When they sat down to dine Jack inquired nonchalant Miss Bancroft what relation are you to Miss RoaanaBanrroft The girl was plainly dlfcomfiited torn moment hrn she recovered her smtlo and composure A cousin she replied I forget how many times removed Dote stared and could not join In the general laugh that ensued It had never occurred to him that she could be other than the daughter of the house You owe me more thanks Mr Sew ell than you know she said deprccat Ingly Cousin Roanna would have had you arrested I am sure had she known of the egg and milk escapades I had heard of your camp down here and also of all your tricks and manners from the neighbors about While egg hunting I came upon your note and money I did not account to Cousin Roanna for the paucity of the eggs that night and resolved to go fishing But you signed your note Koanna Bancroft Interrupted Dolt Yes I wlttd to make the document official I told her I got the Ash of lone fisherman and that I paid fur them By good fortune I was at the barn whet the cows came home and I Spied the adorned mllkles one and coaxel Hiram not to tell Well I had been longing for a boat ride and I felt I must return the money so when my brother ran down for the day and night I told him of your boat and he did the rest It suddenly occurred to the envious Jerry that Dolt was looking entirely too happySay Miss Bancroft he asked do you know why Sewell picked those flow ers to carry to you 1 No she replied with evident Interest He said old maids always went daffy over such stuff Dolph flushed uncomfortably and looked away from where she sat There was a moments pause and then Miss Bancroft said gently I think It was very sweet In you Mr Sewell Straightway vanished all Dolts misgivings Presently he walked borne with his dinner guest whorarrlod In hrpurse a certain half dollar which she agreed to always keep as a nest eggI FINDS A NEW CONCRETE Indiana Novice at Chemistry Has Worked Out the Problem ot Waterfoof Contractors and builders of large structures are showing much Interest In the Invention of Anton V Hassman of Indianapolis who Is a tailor by trade and who has spent much of hit leisure time In the study of chemicals lie has discovered a chemical combina tion by which he asserts concrete can be made impervious to water Tests thlllconcrelefrom tho sides as though from a greased surface or stands until evap orated on the horizontal planes of the samples Hafisman says that the cost of the chemical Is trivial and that IU action on the sand used In making the concrete is such that less cement is neces tbece1mentThe rapid crystallization caused by the chemical tho nature of which la kept secret by Hassman renders the artificial stone made byhlm ready for use In much loss time than the ordinary cement stone He assorts with some degree of logic that his stone 11 withstand for an Indefinite period the ravages of time for the elements ho says cannot penetrate it and without moisture there will of course be no frost to disintegrate the mass Hassmnn first conceived the idea of working on such an Invention by noting tho effect of frost on concrete walks and he Met about a year ago devise seme combination to 10I this danage It was only within last wccc that he made his discovery known Women seldom save up money for a rainy day because they rant set out to bio It In when It run LOOK ABOUT YOU Did you ever see n pigeon hopping along the path Did you over see a sparrow walk to Ills outdoor bath Did you ever rvvi a pigeons nest that had three eggs or more Did you ever see a snowwhite oolt on any hill cr shore Do you know what letter you mnjr find on every Imf ot clover I mean tho IlltU meadow kind that grows the whole world over Did you ever Pies tyo fourortoeks were colored Just the same Or two variegated flowers nMke of any site or mime What animal sleeps standing You may meet him In Ihe street How many toes has Pussy on all her little feet If you run teal me all these thlngiand I must confess doubt you You may say youve learned the lesson well tu observe small things aUiut you Kate Lawrence In Youths Companion WISE OLD SHEPHERD DOG Saved Her Own Life When Her Master Said lIe Was Going to Dispose of Her May was a fullblooded shepherd dog and unusually Intelligent The follow ing true Incident Indicates that she possessed the faculty of reasoning She lay In the kitchen one day with her two pups where her neater and an other man were ongagod In conversa lion Finally the man expressed a de sire to buy one ot the pups but the owner answered that he was Intending notedecidedwant to dispose of either just then At this news May looked her mas ter In the face moment then tlse and calling her pups left the house That was the last seen of the pups for sev eral weeks Their mother was watched and followed In the endeavor to find out where she had hidden them but without success ITnally the married daughter of the family came home and being Informed of the state of affairs said to May Wont you show me your pups May Without more ado May led the was to a deserted woodchucks hole and there were the pups fat and sleek They were carried to the house but were not allowed to remain for again May took them away to what she be lieved to be safer quarters and no one found them again until they were well grownIt Interesting to know that Mays efforts wore rewarded bur life being stared until she diedat last of old age Orange Judd Farmer AMUSING TRICK WITH EGG An Easy and Instructive Experiment in Astronomy at the Break fast Table Here lea trick which will surprise the whole family The next time you oat a boiled egg moisten the rimnot merely the edge but all the raised partof your plate and place the empty shell on the wet surface The shell should be broken off evenI now TU SPIN TIIB EGO SHKLI Jy all around as to form a little cupNow If you hold the plate up and tip It slightly the egg will not merely slide but spin along tho rim and jby continuously altering the Inclina tion angle of the plate you can make the shell spin all the way around it I do not mean that It will spin rap idly like n top but that as It goes revolve91IihWlY the earth duos In traveling around the sun do hero you have an easy and pretty lesson In astronomy at the breakfast tnble Detroit Free Press Page from a Boys Diary De Wolf Hopper says that his small nephew was style n diary and une of his first entries was got up at seven He showed It to his mother and she corrected his sentence Go up she exclaimed In horror doss tho sun get IIp7 It rites Thp youngster carefully erased the offending words nod wrote Hose at seven And on retiring for the night he carefully in scribed In his diary Set at eight to un1 1Up Hon tome your elderly sisters life to be blighted MlHS IVrilclKh Hem She became an old maid vhile waling for her bash tcl lover to yiovosfl ludcs A CLEVER NEW ENGLAND DOG Has a Mania for Trolley Hides Goes to Church But Afterwards Ap propriates Property This Is the life story of a remarkable dog clever and lovable owned hyTowu Clerk Madsen ot South Hadley Falls Mass as told by tho lloston Globe TrUIe was born February 21 1900 both his father and mother being full blooded water spaniels He U a great favorite with all or a large number of dogs of the town al though not caring much for their corn pany lie will Invariably sit up and beg at the table or wherever nag delicacies era In sight If he is not noticed he will speak lie Is frequently seen sitting up on the sidewalk before children who have candy lie came naturally by the trick to fetch and carry Ills mania for trolley rides was only developed this summer Now when ever he sees a car stopped he will look wistfully at the motorman and If the motorman gives him the least encour agement he will jump aboard If no Invitation Is forthcoming sometimes he will sneak on and stow himself away under a seat lie Is frequently seen miles away waiting for a chance to board an electric for home and the car men say he never makes a mistake In the car lIe has beta to church and Sunday school but In spite of such good aurI TKIXIK TIIK TIIOLLKY DOG roundings he has developed a habit of taking home all sorts of artli Iwr There are no less than half a hundred stones In bis yard that he secured down street He does not confine himself to stores He ran home one day with a bar of marble a small boy In close pursuit and at parlous times has acquired a Itugbjr ball a catchers glove and a baseball again be appeared with an egg In his mouth He takes naturally to water yet he has a horror of being washed and If he heart the word bath or hears the tub being fllled ho will run and hIde He had an encounter with a hen with chickens which he has never forgotten IHrtlalIthis way hone make a detour Into a vacant lot because he met a large roootcr standing on the sidewalk but he cutely pretended that be went OUt of his way to investigate something He was the central figure In an ex IprluIhad ben amusing himself and a largo trowd by swimming after sticks thrown in the river and had gotten on o a arge take of ice and was grad ray drifting out into the swift cur rent Men and boys with poled and Icks tried to reach him and others whuteu and called and ovary postlblo way attempted to encourage him to plunge In and swim for short Then a window was hurriedly thrown open In a building which reached over the water A man climbed through And hanging on to the sill tried to reach him with a pole but in vain At last the owuer of the dog was hurriedly sent for but it Is doubtful It Trlxic heard Mr Madsons voice In the roar of the dam and the crash of lea against the buildings anIotherfailures he succeeded in boarding It and then he made several successful jumps from one cako to another Finally he was saved A great cheer went up from the spectators as ho gained shore and made a beeline for home lie seemed so excited by fear that he did not notice anyone not eVen his master Ills greatest sport Is to fetch a stone If he can find anybody to throw It for him and ho very rarely falls to find the Identical stone When the boys lose a baseball they call here Trlx find tho ball und he generally gets It Boy Got Even with Druggist It was a Camdon N J druggist who was routed out of bed whun tin night boll rang furiously Tho wrolhy dispenser came down and opened the store door I want a botllo of ginger ale please requested the complacent Individual who stood without For a moment the druggist was Inclined to be personal but then he reflected that since he had come down he might at well do business Twenty cents please he said Five cents will IK allowed on the notllo whey returned Two hours later hu was awakened bj another ring Again he descended te the uamb complacent customer a Iliad door Heros your bottle he rt iume my five uta LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1104 fining North Train I Dally Leave Hron 848s m Arrive RlchmoUll4 a m Arrive Parise528 s m Arrivo Cincinualii CO a m doing North = to Train 0 Itnlly Learn Ilotsal2bGp m Arrive Richmond l2T p m Arrive pari+ f 1 18 p m Arrive Ctncliinati 600 p m Oiiluc Koll Train t lslly Leave BereaI 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p In 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Citizens of Berea and Vip nity IM shop is the most compleU up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc do work for most prominent people of BsriM and vicinity expresllillcharges paid one way IS G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kf RErenrNCB Bsnk of Mt Vernon Savos Two From Doath Our littlo daughter had uu alntost fatal attack of whooping coughand bronchitis writes Mrs W K Jlav land of Armond N YIIbuL when nil other remedies failed no saved her lire with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption iu an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings Now Discovery as to no other medicine on earth lofalllbl for Coughs and Colds Ok and EL00 b ttlos guaranteed by East End Drug Co Trial bottles Iron I THE2ICITIZENr iu MIlMIh The Home JBRH1B LESTER RILL Editor HHHHHHH +IIII1I- A IIIi1I Mule Hall Ior ttio girl Htinlont in mimic a roll in which to entry selections Is nlinoxt n necessity An Inexpensive one mny bo made of dress lining using two six teen Inch Hiiinru plecesqullted with BtrulKht roWM lit innvlilnu stitching One end IH rounded for tho flap amt tilt edges ore bound with brown braid A strap Ohio loch wide and twelve inches long In Hindu ofllneii and braid stitched together nod llnlihed with a buckle Thu strap IH fastened on the center of I ho outside A hiindle IH inndo like tint Htrnp nod IH stitched on about three Inched of time edged near thet rounded end of tho roll It time linen Is stretched and pasued thoroughly to nmke It HtllT the roll will wenr an well UN n leather nne Woumns Home Com u panion far e mad Malrlmnnjr Tin Inleit rtMirt of tho royal nntlonal potiNlon fund for nurses of England practically stateii that there IH no other work fur women which no surely sets thrill innrrletl OH nursing Thin fact in not hard to umlorntniul NtirnvH are of tIll literally angels of mercy gliding In to the sickroom gently but II rill Itllll pelllng nwkwanl helper and the patient by their very IIUhtlIIKI While n nurses personality for HdiiiuthliiK with the patient Mill tiiuny of UIOHC little qualities which ap peal to him HO strongly arc UH mechani cal nn u rule In nmthenmtle Ammo und Planti A growing plant should be kept In the room with n piano says n piano tuner AM lung UN time plant thriven the piano will The tenmi 1 that a piano U In jured by a dry overheated room In tint all the muUture taken out of time sounding board The Ixtnnl U forced Into the case HO IlKhtly that It bulges tip In the cents and though time wood In Nii po ed to be an dry na possible when thin le done It contain Home molNturo stud KatherM more on damp days When thin moUttire IH dried out the board tlattoiiM and finally cracki nunIThe deal A chief reiiMin why HO unary of till very bent women who would make the bent motherH remain umimrrlti IH be cuiiie there are nut enough good and worthy men to provide them husbands Thu fact U tint there art two gaol- purr high minded women to one such man Many such women do not meet time tunn worthy of thrum who mil week them In marriage and they will not marry n wnif whom they c nnot re upect They do right The only rein itly fur thin evil In the cultivation of nobler men Ipdepeudeut I HIIIHIIIII1HIHHHIJo The School JOUJI WIRT DinSMOHK Editor HHHiHlHHllHHIHlIlit A LESSON IN ASTRONOMY You CMII Sillily II mill Irrfurm s Trlrk MI Ilii SNUr1hae With un iwptlMll amid n brenlifaai plate our Isiys und girl etui iwrfurm H Illlli trick but will Intprtwl sold In slriiel nt the sans tlinu The next tine you Omit n tolled egg inoUien the rim nut merely the edRe but till the rnlrtid ismr1uf your plute anil plum tow empty egg +mhhl Oil Iht wet Hiirfmv The Mhell should be broken oil evenly nil around form n lit ti cup Now If youMold the plate up and tip It slightly the egg will nut merely SlOW TO 81JN TilE KUCISUKLI slide but spin along time rim mold by continually tillering time Inclination J angle of the plate you can make the shell Hpln mill the way around It I donut mean that It will spin rapidly like a top but that UH It goes around the plume It also revolves slowly about Its own axis In the name direction Now thin you know In Just what the earth doN In travelltig around time uuu so here you have un cutty nnd pretty ItMHoii in astronomy at the breakfast tableIt Is not exactly nice to muss with OUOH food but In this cano It way bo allowable to make n daub of egg yolk in tile center of time plate with nys streaming out nil around to represent the BUU New York Mall I I THE HORSESHOE How M Pminnt Taught IIU Little flay a load LoaA peasant was going on n journey With hU son Tbomuit Look sold the father on time way there in a horseshoe lying In the road pick It up mid put It In your pocket Oh said Thomas It is not worth the trouble of stooping down The father picked up the Iron with out saying anything moro and put It lute ids pocket In the next village he Hold It to the smith for n few farthings and brought some cherries with the money They both traveled on The sun was shining very fiercely tar nnd wide there was no house no tree no sprint to be seen and Thomas was si most fainting with thirst Ills father now let drop as It by nc cldenta cherry Thomas picked it up OH eagerly ns It It were gold mid put It directly Into his mouth After swipe his father let nuother cherry fall and Thomas stooped down na eagerly for that In this way from time to tlmo his father let him pick up all the cherries nnd when Thomas hint devoured the hint he turned round to him laiiKh IIIK nod sahl See now If you had been willing to sloop down only once for the horseshoe you need not have stooped down HO ninny tines for tho cherries Pant German of C von Schmld A llublni Queer lloint Although any member of the bird tribe Is apt to do thus the robin is the most frequent violator of the laws of birth propriety A robin It it followed time IIIWH laid down for it by nature would build In some shallow hole or depression In n grassy knoll Some are content to do thin others are not For example one robin chose nn old tin kettle that was lying on one Hide under n hedge Thin was in full view of till ptiHMTH by and in coiutntit dun gar from marauding cats and dogs Hut It wan waterproof and extremely convenient HO time robin chose It in nancy defiance of Imiulsltlvu visitors Another robin chose a Htlll stranger nettling ponce amid where do you slip ponej In church I Tin ftiuiillrit Church Until very recently the little church In the village of Ht Lawrence on the Isle of Wight was the Nuiallext church In existence It wan built nearly 000 years ago and was probably at first only used an time private chapel of Home wealthy family It wan twenty five feet long never feet high and eleven feet brunt It held only twelve pee lIltut lung ago It was slightly en larged and In no longer the very small et church although It In Ktlll quite small Ilrralndlnff the Urn Iff wU I ran Into the garden Bakl BJdl till face all aglow Yet what do you think mamma hap pwiwlT You never will guns It I know The Illllr brown hen was there clucking Cutrut shed my quick U a wink then Cutout V again only slower And then she would atop short and think And then she would say It all over- Hhe did look aa mad and as vexed Ker mamma tu you know shed forgot tMI The word that she ought to cluck next Bo I mid Caxluweitt endawettl- Aa leaf and aa strung aa I flUid Amt she looked round at me very thankful I tell you It made her feel Rood Then she sapped IIIHIII11 Cutcutrai- tnwoul She rcm inbred just how It went then But ICs well I run Into the garden She tnlitht never have clucked right again Baby World Good for Children Tho pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minuto Cough Curo given instant relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaOrippo because it does not pass itnnuHiintoIj into the stomach but takes effect right at the sent of time trouble Ifdrniva out tho inflammation heals anti soothes and cures permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute puro life giving and life sustaining oxygon to the blood and tissues Sold by East End Drug Co An ever reauy glue pot In a most useful vice of property It Is easily pre pared by putting naphtha In n wide mouthed battle and dissolving shellac In It Two long linen runners one each way of the table are now used In some funhlonableclrcles In preference to the whole cloth or dollies Huh n drop of olive oil on your knives and forks before putting away and they will retain their brightness A calm room Is ono decorators mot to for all bedrooms For Sale A farm of 70 acre adjoining town limits on tho waters of Silver Greek Well improved Good Buildings call on J J Bicknoll Bcrea Ky Menl IlrvrrnKra Milk may servo as n beverage nt n meal consisting of flsh fruit eggs timid cereals hilt should not be taken with meat Neither nhould It be used when vegetables lire eaten Coffee goes with meat Ten goes with eggs and fish but not with meat tho tannin of the tea having u tendency to harden the meat fiber Sleeping lloum Wlndowa Simple hemstitched hems nod n tuck or two In sheer muslin aro by fur time best window hangings for sleeping rooms Easily laundered and looking well until they aro worn out they look much better after seeing service or be lug washed than the milled kind A Lovo Lotto yourelookingSores Burns or Piles Oito Dodd of Ioudfr Mo writes I suffered with an ugly Nora for n year but a box of Uucklons Arnica Solo cured mo Its tho boat Salvo on earth 2C o at East End Drug Store n- THE BIG BLUNDER Czar Sends a Cablegram of Re gret to King Edward Over North Sea Afl fir WILL APOLOGIZE FOR THE ACT Families of tho Sufferers Will Be Compensated and the Responsible Officers Will DC runishcd This Has Allayed to Some Extent the Deep Resentment In the Public Mind In EnglandAdmiralty- Makes a Statement London Oct 2GTIme Inevitable de lays of diplomatic procccdure appear to retard u complete and satisfactory settlement of tho acute differences bo tween Great Britain nnd Hussla aria IIIK front tho deplorable North Sea affair King Edward has received from Knipcror Nicholas himself a cablegram expressing the deepest regret and a practical acknowledgment that Great llrllalna peremptory noto will meet with a reply conceding ovary demand for apology for tho act of aggression against tho British flag compensation for sufferers and punishment of tho officers respontlblo for what is every where conceded to have been a gigan tic blunder pnd the Russian ambas sailor to tho court of St James has expressed to Foreign minister Lana downo his sorrow and sympathy Theso developments which camo lato In tho day have allayed to some ex tent tho deepest resentment In tho public mind and the admiralty Tuesday night gave evidence of Its appre elation of tho necessity of proving that it Is prepared actively to support tho position of the people of Great Ilrltaln and fulfill tho expectations of the world when It Issued the follow lag 4OnOctober 24 of tho news of the North Sea tragedy pre liminary orders for mutual support and cooperation were Issued as a measure of precaution from the adml ralty to the channel Medlterracnan and home hoots Tho day has been one of the busiest In recent years In diplomatic circles hero Tho Russian ambassador who only reached london shortly before midnight Monday was an early caller at Innsdowne house and had a long Interview with ansdowne after which the foreign minister drovo to Down ing street and conferred with Pro molar Halfour and others and for tho rest of tho day was occupied with n mans of matters pertaining to the affair The postmortem examinations of tho bodies of the victims of the Dog gar bank affair was hold Tuesday at Hull Tho proceedings word purely formal and no official announcement was made but It Is stated positively that both of tho dead men bore wounds Inflicted both by machine guns and a larger shell Thu report of tho admiral of tho fishing fleet dated from tho North Sea Is a picturesque touch a plain sailors yarn of the occurrence which was handed to Foreign Minister Lans downo Tuesday night Tho report of Thomas Carr adml ral of the North Son fishing fleet dated Tho North Sea October 22 was received Tuesday night as fol lowsWo were fishing In latltudo 6518 north and longitude 5 coat tho night of October 21 At 1130 p ra a large fleet of men of war sprang upon our Ice bow tho wind being nbout south southeast Ono squadron passed by our leo sldo Tho remainder consist- Ing of tour battleships steamed just across our head throwing searchlights over our fleet As soon as they got to winwArd they began firing on us their projectiles flying all around and across our decks for a full quarter of an hour somo of tho shots passing under tho mainsail so unpleasantly near the men who wero gutting fish in tho pound that they cleared out down below ono shot passing right between them I very much regret to say that others Jn tho fleet were not so fortunate as us In escaping unhurt Tho Crane was sunlc her skipper and third hand were killed and all tho rest of time crow wero wounded with tho excep tion of tho cook Tho skipper of tho Gull It was who being hailed by tho Crane saying We are sinking hovo up his gear got out a boat and went to tho rescue of the unfortunate stir vivors The Moulmeln Mino and Shlpo all had shots passed through them tho two former vessels being obliged to mako sail homeward I think two or three vessels did not board us In tho rooming but that may bo owing to thick weather causing them to miss tho heat I dont know whether they took us for Japanese Qr whether they were practicing to got their hands in Thero must be a mistake somewhere They ought to have known we wero only in offensive fishermen A New Russian Loan London Oct 2Gv new Russian loan of 270000000 according to tho Brussels correspondent of tho Stand ard has virtually been concluded Tho first portion of this loan 70000000 It Is expected will bo Issued In Janu ary Floating Mine Cho Foo Oct 2GTho steamer Kashlng struck a floating mlno north of Alccsto island at midnight Tuesday night Two Chinese were killed and three were Injured Time Kashlng I reached Wet hoi Wet Wednesday j SUDDEN SUMMONS Cornelius Van Cott Postmaster of New York Succumbed- to Heart Failure HE COMMENCED LIFE AS A PRINTER Of Late Ymrs the Deceased Had Been Subjected to an Unus Mal Amount of Trouble The Arrest of His Son Richard Van Cott Charged With Colonizing Was a Severe Blow and Like ly Hastened the End New York Oct 20 Cornelius Van Cott postmaster of New York city died suddenly Tuesday afternoon of heart failure following a sharp attack at acute nervous Indigestion lie was taken 111 Monday afternoon at his of flea In the Federal building and his condition was such that the attending physician deemed his removal unwlso at that time Tuesday noon Mr Van Cott appeared much better and wixa taken to his homo in West 8Gth street Ho walked to the elevator In tho Fed oral building without difficulty and his physician believed that tho postmaster was merely suffering tram an attack similar to several ho had had during tho past year A consultation of phy sicians was held as soon as Mr Van Cott reached his home and they gave a favorable prognosis provided apoplexy did not supervene Shortly aft erward however time patient had a sinking spell and died at 325 oclock of heart failure Mr Van Cott had been a vigorous man but of late he had been subject ed to an unusual amount of trouble and this is believed to have under mined his health Ho assisted In oho establishment of a commercial agency and signed notes to a largo amount Tho concern failed and MI Van Cott was called upon to pay over 23000 which took practically tho savings of his life time About that time an In vestigation of tho New York post of lice was undertaken by tho Washing ton officials but time integrity or probity of the postmaster was not Im pugned Notwithstanding tho favor able outcome ho worried much over time affair The recent arrest of his son Rich and Van Cott charged with coloniz ing was a severe blow to tho postmaster who expressed his firm belief In his sons Innocence These trou bloc coupled with advancing age ho was In his 67th year played an Impor tant part In bringing on tho fatal illness Postmaster Van Cott came from Knickerbocker stock and was born In this city February 12 1838 Ho com menced life as a printer Mr Van Colts first political appointment was that of deputy inspector In the custom house In tho campaign against Tweed ho was particularly conspicuous and as a reward for his endeavors was In 1874 made fire commissioner by Mayor Havemoyer Ho was reappointed In 18S1 During his two terms Mr Van Cott Inaugurated many reforms In tho fire department- Ho was postmaster of New York during President Harrisons administration and was appointed again by President McKInley In 1897 EXCAPT ROBERT M HITCH He Was Elected Honorary Member of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry Savannah Ga Oct 2G Former Capt Robert M Hitch who has been dismissed from the military service of the state by order of the governor upon the recommendation of tho court martial that tried him for failure to prevent tho mob at Statesboro from securing and lynching tho prisoners Cato nnd Reed was Tuesday night elected an honorary member of tho Oglethorpo light Infantry the com pany that Capt Hitch commanded It has been the custom of tho Ogle thorpes to elect all of Its retiring com missioned officers honorary members Conductor Killed By a Porter Little Rock Ark Oct 2GP A Attwood a passenger conductor em played by tho St Louis Iron Mountain Southern railroad was shot and killed Tuesday near Farrell Station 15 miles east of Little Rock by Hous ton Hooker the Negro porter TwentySix Injured In a Wreck Wichita Kan Oct 26A broken rail caused the derailment of Missouri Pacific passenger train No 42 three miles west of Newel Kan Tuesday resulting In the Injury of 26 persons only eight of whom wero seriously hurt Three Children Burned to Death Oklahoma City Okla Oct 2GDur ing the absence from homo of the par ends three small children of Jesse Evans a farmer living near Coralea worn burned to death Tuesday In a fire which destroyed tho house Father and Son Shot From Ambush Sparta Tenn Oct 2GNcnr Wall lag In Whlto county Tuesday City Marshal L H Hambred and his 16 yearold son woro shot from ambush and killed Tom Chrism is under arrest charged with tho crime Two Killed In a Fight Sidney la Oct 26ln a tight be tween tho agent at Nebraska City Junction la a lonely station on tho Burlington line and three tramps the agent and one of tho tramps Lava been killed Kentucky State News Items I WANTS A DIVORCE Leading Woman of Louisvilles Swell Set Files Suit Louisville Ky Oct 20 Perclval Moore vice president and general manager of the Louisville Eastern railroad was Tuesday afternoon made defendant in a suit for divorce filed by his wife Mrs May Shallcross Moore who alleges that ho abandoned her October 15 1903 She is a daugh ter of Stephen Shallcross a retired business man and Is ono of the best known women In Louisvilles swell sot They wore married In 1897 Mrs Moore did not make any claim for alimony In her suit She was for years a leading member of tho choir at Calvary church and Is famous for her fine voice Mr Mooro is a son of tho late Jesse Moore a noted distiller lie Is worth 25000p and devotes his entire time to his Interurban road in which Cincinnati capital Is largely in terested He owns a magnificent home near Anchorage Neither Helm Bruce 8 Helm Mrs Moores attorneys nor David Baird Mr Moores legal adviser would make any statement nbout the case Tuesday night ARMED AND IN HIDING No Attempt Made to Arrest Rogers Charged With Horse Stealing Madlsonvllle Ky Oct 2GNo ef fort was mado Tuesday to capture Charles Rogers wanted on a charge of horse stealing and who is in hid- Ing In the western part of this county armed with a Winchester and has defied the officers of tho county It is reported here that Gus Hyatt the train robber who blew down the walls of tho penitentiary at Nashville Tenn held up the guards and made his es cape more than a year ago Is with him but this report is unconfirmed REFUSED TO HAVE A DRINK Brown Then Shot the Man Twice In the Heart It Is Alleged Winchester Ky Oct 2GAllen Drown city clerk of Ford shot and killed Pleas Wilder Inn saloon here Tuesday Tho men had not been on good terms Drown asked Wilder to have a drink and was repulsed Wilder drew a big knife and started for Drown who fired three shots all of which took effect two of the balls piercing the heart The coroners jury declared Browns act justifiable and he was released on 500 bond Receiver Named Bowling Green Ky Oct 26J W Gullbert was appointed receiver for tho Green River Asphalt Co against which corporation a suit was filed here A tow days since by tho St Louis Trust Co representing the flrstmort gage bondholders holding 250000 of said bonds Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Oct 26The tobacco market opened Tuesday a shade easier than last weeks closing Tho offerings Tuesday were only 62 hhds of dark Tho quality was only fair and prices ranged from 350 to 5 for lugs and from 410 to 690 for leaf Well Known River Man Dead Paducah Ky Oct 26S F Evltts aged 78 for many years a well known river man died In Ballard county from old ago He was father of City Jailor Tom EvItts and leaves several other children Tho remains will be brought hero for burial Heirs to Millions Mt Sterling Ky Oct 26John W Forman Mrs J R Hainllno and Mrs Clay Frlsbieof this city havo been notified they are heirs to an estate of 18000000 left In Pennsylvania by Col Jacob Baker who died In Pitts burg recently Sladden to Go Free Louisville Ky Oct 26The Indict ments against Sidney Siadden former state manager of the Pacific Mutual torgIcryasked for the dismissal of tho indict ments His Spine Fractured Lexington Ky Oct 26Wllllo Ta bor the threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs Preston Tabor of Rothwell Men ifeo county was taken through hero Tuesday night to a hospital to bo treat ed for a fractured spineS Bischoff Must Hang Louslvlle Ky Oct 26 Jacob Blschoff who shot and killed his wife on November 3 1903 was found guilty of murder Tuesday afternoon and his punishment fixed at death The do tense pleaded Insanity Five Years In the Penitentiary Covington Ky Oct 26 William Whitcomb was convicted in tho cir cuit courtTuesday of an attempted as sault upon an 8yearold girl and sen Lanced to the state penitentiary for a term of five years I New Theater Opened at Henderson Henderson Ky Oct 26Tho new English theater was opened hero with tho brilliant musical comedy Liberty hells The playhouse was crowded to Its capacity and tho play was well received Accidentally Shot Lexington Ky Oct 26Frnnk Per rlgan an operator In the employ of the Queen and Crescent Railway Co was accidentally shot and perhaps fatally wounded by Gate Arnold In this city Tuesday ritSiLTr a alsOCw tx71 r AIRSHIPS FLIGHT A Roy Knabenshue of Toledo 0 Successfully Navigated Big Machine at St Louis li CONSTRUCTION BY TIS BALDWIN 1 The Ascension Was Unannounced and- a Sensation Was Created as it Sailed Over the CitysIt Was Maneuvered In Circles and Against the Wind a Mile Above i the EarthA Slight Accident Marred the Exhibition t I St Louis Oct 26 Propelled part of tho way by its own power and tho remainder of tho distance by the wind which was blowing at tho rate of about nine or ten miles an hour tho airship of Thomas S Baldwin of San Francisco in charge of A Roy Knab cnshuo of folodo 0 made an unan nounced ascension from the aeronautic courso at tho Worlds fair Tuesday and landed near Cahokla 111 a ills f tance of nearly ten miles after a flight that attracted the attention of thou i sands of persons who cheered alniost continuously as tho big flying machine passed over the exposition grounds left the residence section of St Louis far beneath It and soared a mile above the towering office buildings of the business district Clinging to tho framework of the car his precarious foothold an iron tube that forms one side of tho baso of the triangular net work of supports and ribs of the air ships body Knabenshue directed the movements of his flying machine and maneuvered In circles and against the wind high over the monster exhibit palaces of the exposition before thoraccident to his motor which rendered I the big fanlike propellers useless and t curtailed his command of tho airship Notwithstanding the breaking of the motor Knabenshue dill not lose com plete control of tho machine but the momentum given by the wind liefwas enabled to steer the machine In i a course that varied several points In each direction from the trend of tIIOIwind and landed at a point of his own selectionSlowly the airship turned and fac I ing tho wind made progress In the direction from which It had como t Again did the big cigarshaped bal j loon turn at the command of the dar ing man at its helm and once more It soared above the exposition build ings on Its way to the cascades where hundreds of cheering spectators mark ed its flight from the plaza St Louis 9 In attempting to make tho second turn the accident to the motor occurred l but almost Instantly Knabenshue gain ed control of the machine and steered a straight course a little east of south east I While the appearance of the airship In St Louis created excitement the sight of a swiftly moving flying machine headed toward their town caus ed a furors among the Inhabitants oftCahokla and the surrounding Horses wero hastily harnessed and within a few minutes the roads were filled with persons hastening along in tho wake of the airship which by this tlmo was unmistakably heading to ward the ground When within about seven feet of the earth Knabenshue threw out his grap plo and one of the hooks caught in a largo tree standing on tho edgo of a clearing and the large body Bet tiedjslowly to tho ground resting lightly upon Its frame work After he had landed Knabenshue stated that when he found he could control tho movements of tho airship even after the motor was useless ho determined to make the test a fair one and decided to effect a landing on the east side of tho Mississippi riverTho gas balloon Is cigarshaped of Japanese silk 54 feet In length and 17 feet In diameter and requires 8000 cumbic feet of gas to Inflate it The tramotattachment is 30 feet In length Iticarries a double cylinder seven horse power gasoline engine making 2000 revolutions a minute to drive tho pro pellers Ono of tho chief new tea Lures of the machine Is an arrange ment whereby tho ship is pulled through air instead of being pushed Toledo 0 Oct 26A R Knaben t shue is tho second son of S S Knab w cnshuo of the Toledo Blade Ho is 27 years old and is an electrical engi neer and Inventor by occupation For the past six years he has given much + 1 attention to aeronautics He went to St Louis before tho Worlds fair open ed to work in the electrical installation and has for two months been In 1 charge of tho captlvo balloon In tho aeronautic concourse The Kite Flying Contest St Louis Oct 2GPercy Hudson chief of aeronattcs at tho Worlds fair 0Tuesday made public the verdict of tho judges In the kite contest for mile altitudes held last Saturday William i King of St Louis was declared tho l winner having reached an altitude of 2505 feet Was the Guest of Honor St Louis Oct 26 Exercises and 0 receptions marked tho celebration of Young Mens Christian association lit and Young Womens Christian associa 1x tion day at the Worlds fair Miss 1 c Helen Miller Gould was tho guest ot i honor Death of Henry F Roesser Buffalo N YOct lBHonry F I Rbessor wellknown as a hotel pro- prIetor In New York state and Ohio died hero Tuesday 1I The Citizen Aw JptFiNDrxT FAMILY Nxwsraraa Poblltbed trerr 7Tmr d 7 si Bert Ky JAMES M RACER Editor mad rmbllber- susscaTPTSON BATRS- rAYABU IV ADTANCB Ore ur HM- Ml month JO Throe 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JONES Dentist 1 OfficeOver Printing office BEBEA KT Open Every Day from 9 oclock i m until 4 oclock p m Broko Into His Houso S Lo Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25c at East End Drug Sto- reWm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky Do You Suffer With Rheumatism Sore Joints Neu ralgia Pains in the Back and Side If BO go to your druggist and get a bottle of Psracamph use it as direct ed If it fails to give you relief and do what we claim for it your money will be cheerfully refunded Para camph opens the pore induces sweating and relieves almost instantly Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist Miller House Newt fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at populai pricM Next door to Joei R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky WII- f lams Is better prepar- edr than ever to do your WATCH t CLOCK GUN and GENERAL k BEPARING promptly Clean log and Pressing a specialty fWork guarantied W A Williams Wain Street Berea Ky Pill Ploasuro If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or con stipation you know what pill ploauuru Is These famous little pills oleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing any unpleas l ant effects They do not gripe sick en or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to thejtisftuoa and orgaiu of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by East End Drug Co 1nil men anil Klxut n Ofcarlpra Nwfcb nt rlftrnhi By GEORGE H MARTIN Secretary li iachueett State Board of Education IT HE education of children is the business of women This was a favorite aphorism oi Mrs Emma Villnnl the dis tinguished founder of the Troy female seminary in 1821 That the people of the country hate adopted this as an are ticle of practice is not of faith is shown by the fact that the proportion of women teachers has grown from 60 per cent in 1837 to 91 per cent in 1903 The question of employing men or women has not been decided wholly or perhaps chiefly on the relative merits of their services With the present large expendt ture for public schools it wouldrequire most convincing proof of the superiority of the services of men to offset the relative cheapness of the services of women So long as a sufficient number of women can be found to work for 5461 a month the Massachusetts average for women teachers while the men earn 14527 a month the question of increasing the number of men will be a purely academic one Proofof the superiority of men or of women is impossible to obtain For every individual case which may be cited in favor of either an equally convincing case may be presented on the other side It is said that men excel in discipline but the classes taught by women are as orderly and as sclfcontr6llcd as those taught by men It is said that women excel in sympathy but it is well known that the women assistants arc often more exacting and merciless in their de mands and more unrelenting in their dealings with the wayward than are the men serving as principals in the same schools It is said that men excel in administration but the large grammar schools both west and east which arc in charge of women do not suf fer in any outward comparison with those prcsfded over bymen There are women in every grade of school whose scholarship is as wide and whose instruction is as thorough as arc those of men While all these things arc true it is also true that the influence of women in teaching is not the same as that of men simply because women arc not men It is not a question of equality of klnwledge or of force or of skill It is a question of identity And the in melee of the two is not and cannot be identical The consensus of opinion in this country is I think to the effect that the proportion of women in the lower grades is not too large but that in the upper classes of the grammar schools and in the high schools there should be more men Personally I think it is a misfortune for any child boy or girl to go through the school periodwithout Jcoming under the influence ttfolAAof both men and women Education whether mental isor j5 rh0ni VY rnhtIntEseriously retardedifnot practically impossible By DR WILLIAM H MAXWELLtflten the body is im Superintendent of Public Schools New York City properly or imperfectly i nourished The child of poverty with body emaciated blood thin and nerves on edge because he has not enough to eat grows up stunted in body and in mind What a farce it is to talk of schools providing equal opportunities for all when there are hundreds of thousands of children in our city schools who cannot learn because they arc always hungry The schools of Paris provide a simple wholesome middaymeal for their hungry children In many places in the British islands the same thing is being done Should we do less in the cities of democratic America In no other way can we be sure that the schools will as far as education may provide equal opportunities for ali If we arc to have school houses properly equipped for the train ing of the body as well as the mind for manual training play gym nastics and athletics if all children are to enjoy their Godgiven right to education if schools are to be equipped for scientific as well as lit erary studies if salaries arts to be paid to teachers that willattract men and women of breeding and refinement to the teaching profes sion and if all the teachers are to be thoroughly trained so that they will be models to imitate and persons capable of arousing interest and inspiring effort if all these things arc to be accomplished it is evident that the sums devoted to education in America enormous as they are must be very greatly increased The tcricment house destroys the home and without the wellor dered home and its influences the school can accomplish comparatively littler t Nothing short of a revolution in the existing tenement house system will restore the life of the poor in the city of New York to something like nor mal conditionsAnd is this to be accomplished I answer unhesitatingly that the tenement house as it has been known in New York city must be eradicated The municipality should employ its credit to purchase tracts of unoccupied land upon which to erect model homes for workingmen amid pleasant and sanitary surroundings and rent or sell them at a moderate profit lEtmluttntt to- By at11 tUt istr SIR WILLIAM RAMSEY The transformation of one clement into an other as for instance the transformation oi radium into helium is in some cases quite cer tain But often the new element produced ape pears in such infinitesimal quantities that it is impossible to measure oi work with it I dont want to specify the quantities so found but they are frequently like one threebillionth of a milligram The transformations arc brought about by the application of radium to some other cle ment If we could only get enough radiumif we could get as much as a pound of itwe should be able to procure the reactions in more meas urable quantities It is also possible to bring about the same trans formations by means of Roentgen rays but this method is too slow An illustration of the effect that radium produces may be seen when it is applied to glass It thereupon appears to decompose or transform the grass into a matter like lead a matter like actinium and atlll something cite THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for October 30 1004 Eliilm at Dothan Prepared by the Hlghwny and By way Preacher Copyright by J M Kdxon IKS8ON TKXT TJtM SSS mete cry ver 1H7 Head i lung Cl and lt14n for the closing Incident In the are of lUsha- UOIDBNTKXTTltenncplof the Lord rnnunpvth round uliout item that fear llltn and dillverelli thlI1t 317 TIMKlrobably In the cltwls year tit Jvhorura king of lsrual ILUKS Uothun und SuraniU The former wets about II mile north of the latter Tlc Lesson Outline TI IEI4=Daagera and IMIverances 1 lurttein Danitur und IIltwwceve1- 1aThe llotv1 The Itot ItrvvaM S 1 rhe Plot Tbwartedv M 11 Klhan IXtMRiir and lIhrance- v 1117 The KxinTxralwl ISnemvr H IX The 1lot Acvlnit lgltahav J The lloM of Ilia Kncmy ta U I The hosts of the lard 8 J17 III The Knuniy Hanger nod Diilv r ancet 183 Entrapped vt 1819 = llelptev 0 J Returning wood for Hellv Jl3 Comparing Scripture with Scripture I Israels Danger and Deliverance I The Plot v 8 Took counsel with his servants Tho wicked plotting Pa 3712 1405 ellItraildevil 1aul speaks of the snares of the devil Tim 37 and 2 Tim 220 and Peter describes the dovll an a roaring lion 1 Pet 68 The prayer of David PB 2711 should be our prayer 12 The Plot Ilcvealed v 3God from whom nothing can be hid Jer 2324 Who seeth the things done In secret Is 4421 and 9411 Who never slumbers or sleeps 14 12t UI revealed the plutllngs of Syria king to Ellfha and the latter was thus able to preserve Israel against a most powerful and crafty enemy The man of Goda type of the Christ In Ills watchcars and faithfulness towards Israel Christ In Ile relations to Ills disciples performs even a more perfect service Jemis knows all the perils that threaten us Heb 416 Sent unto the king of Israel Poll cha tent to the king but Jesus comes to Ills disdpdos He warn us of danger He opens doors of escape Cor 1013 Judfi24 tic Tho Plot Thwarted v IGThe king listened to Kllsbaa warning and obeyed It thus repeatedly HCalllng whlIperloury we oocapt as the snares set for our feet John D21 When we are entrapped It la our own fault Jan 11416 II Kllshas Danger and Denver ance 1 The Exasperated Enemy 11 12What puppet till wicked are in the hands of God Ps 3310 3712 and how Impotent Is their rage The powerful king of Syria his vast army his able generals withI mense resources was utterly when God was reckoned Into the account It Is always a troubled and exas Aerated and disappointed enemy that fight against God Ps 24 Ps 7610 2 The Plot Against Ellsha v 13 Tho righteous when they take Issue with evil are always marked as ape clal objects of hatred and revenge 2 Tim 312 Matt 51112 Hut Kit she was not tho man to flee and little himself At Dothan was the place jf duty and there Ellnha stayed al though It was most easy of access for the enemy How little the servant or the Lord has to fear when ha IK standing true to God against the evil Ill 6K22 3 The Hosts of the Enemy vs H- ISHow strong the evil seems how firmly entrenched how tremendous the odds appear One defenseless prophet and his panicstricken servant and a vast army come to take them Shall we belittle tho enemy Shall we doubt their power for harm and evil No lint we need to seethe Lords hosts It often seems as It we were outnumbered but we never are Horn 831 2 Cbron 327 8 Matt 2820 4 The Hosts of the Lord vs 1- G17It takes the eye of faith to see- The hosts of the Lord are there We need to pray Lord open mine eyes A glimpse of Gods power and reo sources will restore lust courage and give strength One with God is a majority always Phil 4C 7 Heb 13GIII The Enemys Danger and Deliverance 1 Entrapped is 18 19 The Lord taUeth the wise In their own craftiness Job 513 Cur 319 How repeatedly Jesus entrapped JIll enemies when they had carefully planned to entrap Him 2 Helpless v 20No foe In sc powerful but that In the hands ol God he Is absolutely helpless The wicked are always blind but some day they are to cpmo face to face with God then will they realize their weakness und helplewnets 11 Good for Evil vs 21IShall- I smite them Man wants revenge but God has better methods Matt 644 nom 121921 The Oolden Text The angel of the Lori encamp tb round about them that fear Him and do Ivereth them Ellsha knew it Illshas servant saw It All the heroes ot faith of the Bible fought the Lords campaigns In this confidence Jesus spoke of the legions of angels whlrh the Father could send to deliver Him had lIeen Ills will to do The declaration ot the text Is literally true Though unseen the forces of God are real and all onqutlng Faith simple faith sees faith unwavering faith expects faith conquering faith commands all pods unlimited resource and power PROFIT FROM LOSS Home Where Drink Xlnd Cast Its Shadow Made Brighter by a Daughters Devotion The mtirtlod sound of bubbling water III tho big tin boiler and the swish or clothes In the rinsing water were the only sounds which umld be heard In Mrs Tryons small steamy kitchen that breey afternoon In April 30 years ago Presently the little clock on the shell over the stove struck four Mn Tryor itlghed as sho gUurml first at the clock and then at the large pile wf clothe yet to rinse arid hang on till line before supper Wourlly she pruwwl her hand on her throbbing hood and then on her aching back As time tfrttl woman lifted the heavy coal hod to replcnlch the flro she wondered how long sha could endure this ceaseless to support her drunken shiftless husband and her six small childrenIf had a word of encouragement from one days end to another she thought U would hflpatnaclngly hut Tom doesnt care how hard I work and the children dont realize It Sometimes It seems as though It would be the easiest thing In the world to just give up trying and Ho down and die lint for the chil- drens sake I must keep on Ah well Ill hang to the work till I drop Thats the beat I can do God knows how it will end Somehow God seems tar ort these days Its my own fault I know Im too tired to think much about anything but work and worries With a great effort Mrs Tryon lifted the heavy basket of clothes and staggering out of the door dropped U on the grow under the eloth llDa As the last garment was planed on the line the outer door was opened and a shrill girl ish voice cried Mother Mother Ob here you are Im moot starved School make me in hungry Can I have a piece of johnny cakeYou can have just one lre answers the tired wumaa That all the tread I have baked Tlmi coraesike anti allIfo to the apotbecarka on as errand anti then net supper ready so harry Ida I ihant more than pt this waah out by wiper time Oh dear Why dost you ltv the old washing till to morrow mother cum plalnltinly asked the child Leave It till l morrow you fooltoh girl exclaimed Jirshyoa Theres lust as much to do tnworruw and U sides Mrs Hums Is going away nod she WOMS her clothes early Now get my pocketbook out of tn iork t of my Mack trees and Ill lie there In a ornate to tell you my errands Here Is the pocketbook mother an nounced Ida after allOw wimcnls of learrhlng I KIIMM there Isnt murh In It It feels empty There are Just two tOecnt scrips there That Is all thf ragny I have In the world and It meet hut until I get my pay for this washing MI you must be dreadful careful of this 60rcot scrip cautioned Mrs Tryon You had beU r put It Into my pocketbook and hold on to It tight until yon get to the store 111 see to the mousy all right mother ont you fret about that but what do you want me to get at the storef I want you to get a porous pleader that will he 25 casts and then got me 2T cents worth of gum camphor There wont be any change to worry abbot corning home hilt be careful of the things you get my child again reminded Ute anxious mother Of curse Ill be rarefHl of everything confidently promliHHl Ida but dont want to carry that shabby old pocketbook Ill take thi scrip all folded ip so In my hand and keep my hand In my pocket all the way I will hold on tight you see If I dont I know I wont lose It I wouldnt be 10 proud Ida censured Mrs Tryon What If the pocketbook U old and worn A big girl 13 years old oughtnt to be to foolish Id feel safer If you took the pocketbook but cant waste time talking about It Take the money as you like If you lose It nut Ida was gone before her mothers permission was uttered and the wind banged the door after her Mrs Tryon sighed as alma heard her daughter hopping and skipping down the plank walk to the street and she wondered how many hundred year had gone by since she herself had felt lively enough to hop and skip I am glad poverty and a drunkards homo havent taken all the pleasure and energy out of the childrens lives It they have out of mine she murmured I dont begrudge all my hard work for them If only my strength will hold out but sometimes I feat Her loving words and thoughts were cut short by the violent opening of the door and Idas white face appearing be fore her Oh mother Ive lost the money 1vn lost It Ive lost it What shall I do Whip me It you want to I deserve It I deserve a dozen whippings Oh dear Why didnt I do as you told me The remorseful girl covered her face with her hands and sobbed wildly The tired mother dazed fora moment nt the loss of half her little store of money sank Into a chair nervously wiping her dripping hands with her apron says Delia F Wentworth who lells the story in the tfnlon Signal At length with trembling lips she asked- Uow did you lose It and where Cant I find Over r by grandma on the corner The wind moat lillwmJ baton I grabbed It and the scrip flew onto uiy hand fve hunted and hunted and grandma and Aunt Mary came out and hunted and we cant llnd It anywhere Oh dear Ida told her utory between her lobe expecting ivcry moment to be bitterly reproached and punched for hrr earuletft ness The expression on her molWs face worried tier All through hoc hur ried explanation Ida thought Poor mother How tired she look anti sick too how hard site worked for that BO cents Ive loatl Why doesnt she speak nud cold maul Id feel better It slut did The few moments that her mother Well collecting her thoughts seemed hours to Irll told Icnifuianother word about It Now If I trust you with the other 611Cenl scrip can you keep It until you get to the store and bring home safely tho things I want I must have the plaster for toy lame back and the moths will destroy our tow winter clothe If I dout Get thocanjphoV to put Into then and roll them up out of harms way Idas eyes glowed and her cheeks flushed ns she laid Mother If you will trust me with that money I will put It in the pockctbauk and pin It Into my pocket and Ill run all the way to the store and home Ill ba back In a jiffy Ill get supper too Ill do anything you ask me toYAll good as her word was before her mother tied rinsed one tub utfclothes Putting her bundle carefully away she almost flew around the little kitchen and soon supper was ready to hIplaced on the table AH the while furtively watched her mothers fare and the saw II never before how pale and worn she looked and how wearily she moved from one piece of work loan other At every opportunity Ida sprang to help her mother lifting the heavy tubs hanging out the clothes carrying away the waihbeneh and tidying up the kitchen saying to herself meanwhile Mother shant work as hard an this when I ran help It When I grow up Ill earn for both of MS Soon the other children come trooping In clamorous for supper but when the father slouched In surly and lUsptd from drink the children damorcoa e l and the supper was eaten In silence One by one the little ones were put to bed by Ida while Tom Tryon the fatkrd- oestul In a drunken suipor by the fire All the evening Mr Tryon went from closet to bureau gathering their meager supply of winter woolens which siteIpa kod away In ramphar At tat the flea task of the weary 4y y was done Ida lamp In hand climbed J thn narrow stairs to hr little chamber under the eaves Her mother followed with the bwmlln of w x lens At the head of the MBlr Ida tnrsfd and giving her mother a clinging Kwodnlcht kiss sold I hate myself for leMnc tbtmonCIsImother never reartttxl what a hart time you have to support n all It Isnt right for you to have to tin It all atone mean to work hart and make It up to you At Idas word the burdened mother forgot her cares forgot her weariness Motherlove shone through the tears In her eyes and poke In her voice as with a tender smile she said You have made It up to me already csndoanythlngand everything I ought while my children love roe and care for me Perhaps sometime your father will reform Who knows Well work for It you and Ida Tryon knelt by her bed that night as she usevl to knell when a little chili and over and over she prayed O dear Jenns help me to Ilghtrn mothers burdens and always to bfo a comfort to her And again was that wonderful pramls verified Beforo they mil I will nn speakingITELLING POINTS EnllandLeopold Duke of AlhnIThu only local option that ultimate ly saves Is the exercise of tho individ ual option not In drink Tho saloon robs the workingman of his money his manhood and of his earning jiovrer The Issue Toronto is following Ihn lead of London In the establishment of a system of cafes In which no Intoxicating liquors are sold The experiment has proved successful In London and Liv erpool The theory of which wo used to hear so much that the best cure for Intemperance Is abundance of light wines does not appear to have proven satisfactory In Franco The condition of things has reached such n pass there that tho faculty of medl rlnn In Paris threw open their doors to the late session of the National milalcohol congress and tho confer ence was attended by thousands In eluding the president of the republic and the minister of war Poverty and Pauperism That Intemperance does directly produce not only poverty but pauperism Is shown by the Massachusetts bureau if tho statistics of labor Thus In their report for 1S9C hI 98 wo find Ot 2633 paupers 1217 admittedly owed their condition to intemperance Of these drinkers only 477 worn classed us excessive drinkers the rest being presumably of the class known as moderate drinkers that Is those not often actually Intoxicated Of these JC33 paupers the great majority hail been workingmen as bakers 2C barbers blacksmiths 29 boot and shoemakers 51 carpenters 40 stone cutter 22 factory operatives 15C farmers 36 firemen 47 laborers 1171 machinists 18 tailors 30 teamsters 63 etc Only 214 of the 2633 were men without known occu patiotlf n ENEMY OF THE CURRANT Iowa Experiment Station Entomologist Talks About a Pestlferoui Garden Parasite One of the wont enemies of the cur rant sad gooseberry with which wo have to deal Is the Imported stem borer Scila I llpullformla One reason why the Jam ago Is BO great Is that a stogie borer may destroy an entire cano and a few an en tire bush and all this before wo are aware that any damage has been done The adult of this Insect RH shown in tho drawing II a wasnliko moth rather dark In color and of very beautiful ap pearance The females usually lay their rfiRs soon after they emerge In tho spring upon canea about ono year old madeJq worm or way once renter of the cane where It feeds and Frown well protected from all enemies ti u THE ctmiANT 110 rum IAdultllrv or born proper 1BcoUon of itrm h wlnc work of born and how the adult emerge M1 There larvae grow slowly and are but partly grown when rold weather comes on when they prepare for winter by retiring to the most protected part of their tunnels and surrounding them selves by rhowedup fibers and other waste material In this way they pass the winter In safety and with the first wann days of spring they begin active operations again and soon rrach their IThe toil grown larva then prepares to pupate and first eats a hole through p the cane from which the adult moth J may escape It then changes to a pupa I coil towards the end of May or In June changes to the adult form which lays more eggs and thus starts again the life cycle A great many ways have been suggested I for rombstlng this Insect Some of them are of no value and none of them Is entirely satisfactory Perhaps the most effective one Is to prune away the affected canes From what has been said of the life history of the borer It will be seen that before the first of June all of the Insects are In the canes either in the larva or pupa stage At tills time of the year too those canea show the results of the borers work to that with a little nxperlenco It Is ponslble to cut borersllenco yearthenut reason howeverthatkill the larvae anJ that the canes must otherwisethethe trouble will be In no way benefit ed Therefore tho remedy consists In cutting away and burning all affected canes In the spring before tho last of emergoU TftUIT AND GARDEN NOTES Sweet apples arc good for cows not one should go to waste treeKIn000000 Fruit will ripen more rapidly off than on the tree says a prominent grower of apples Pear should bo stored as soon atpicked and any delay lit this mutter will cause rutting produceIn147000000 bushels Loading peaches into cars before bringthemtion Tho fruit should bo thoroughly cooled before being put into the cars According to experiment station work 100 pounds of fresh apples fed to farm animals was equivalent to 3 i pounds of wheat straw or 20 pounds of alfalfa hay or nlno pounds of cot tonseed meal Plant a Few Shade Trees Mistakes aro often made by nut set Ung out shade trees In early life Fifty years ago tho writer set out some sugar maples in front of tho dwellinghouse They aro now ten foot hlgacr than tho twostory house and In the summer It Is a great pleas ure to alt In their shade They also make tho house cooler in hot weather and serve as a windbreak Many put off this duty until old ago overtakes them When one plants trees of any kind and reaps tho benefit thereof It seems natural that bo should enjoy It more than if it were Some others planting I also did not neglect plant ing fruit trees of different kinds and now my children and grandchildren enjoy the benefits thereof Dear readers dont put off this duty until old ago cornea creeping onO W Itd- 1U I in Ohio Farmer EVERYBODY IS INTERESTED Oood Honda Movement Is Now Practically Approved by All Pro gresslv Cltlreps What ta known as the good road movement has reached the stage where practically everybody approves of it Tho most difficult work In this propa ganda has been to convince those who would be benefited most by good roads that it was to their advantage to have them That much accotnpllsned those directly concerned gave their approval provided somebody else paid the bill There is nothing apparently for which the average American farmer has been far more reluctant to pay than to bury s lot of stone In a public highway and then dress It with more care than tho ordinary person would dress himself and all for thousands beside himself to drive over Now the farmer has reached the stage where be not only ap proves of tho scheme but Is willing to pay his share This means that the fight has been won Good roads are coming and coming rapidly The agitation for this boom Is no longer confined to wheelmen and automobile owners The man who wants It most Is the man who has farm produce to sell and wishes to get It to a railroad station at the lowest possible cost Among those who are agitating the mat ter of Improved highways are governors federal and state legislators railroad of ficials manufacturers suburban reef dents wheelmen drivers and riders The federal government has established a public roads Inquiries bureau In the department of agriculture where a vast amount of Information regarding the method of road making the soils of various states and the conditions attending upon the construction of highways has been gathered and placed at public disposal While there seems to be unanimous approval of the government few per sons realize exactly what good roads are or grasp the full meaning of their benefits A good road really means aI much traveled highway In the country covered with stone bound solidly and laid ro deep that frosts will not affect It or storms cause It to break up An other more concise definition and one that will appeal to everyone Is that a good road should be one that has a watertight roof on It and a dry cellar under It To build such a road In tho north requires a stone foundation from 18 Inches to three feet deep In the with where thorn Is little or no frost gravel clay or sand may be used the chief object there being to get a road that will shed water To build an Ideal road not only requires skill but an ap plication of scientific methods Frank lie Mathews In Outing LAND FOR SUGAR BEETS The Impression That Any Rind of Soil Will Do for This Crop It Fullof Error Tho question is often asked Do sugar beets exhaust the soil The proper answer to this question Is that any crop will exhaust the soil If planted continuously and nothing Is done to renew It says Charles F Saylor Sugar beets will not exhaust tho soil more than other crops If tho right methods are pursued It should bo tho aim of every farmer growing sugar beets to make a profit out of them the same as with any other crop therefore he should be careful In the selection of land for growing them If a piece of land is not adopted to general cropping avoid It for sugar bevels Put upon It something better Ioulbleinlive If It Is wet and sour drain it If light put It In grass or bull It up with legumes In rotation with light crops and liberal applications of barnyard manure At least do not try to reclaim It with sugar beets They an not a good reclaimer Beets are an expensive crop at tho best and should bo put upon lands offering the best opportunities for good yields It takes six to seven tons of beets per acre to pay the actual cost of production and It is the tonnage of beets over and above this amount that yields the profit So it can readily bo seen that pOor land should be planted to something whose production Is not so ex pensive On poor land sugar beets are liable to produce a loss either Ink low sugar content and purity or small tonnage of beets per acre Farmers Review- SPLENDID PORTABLE FENCE It Is Not Only Simple But Can Be Put Together in Any Position That May Be Desired For benefit of your readers I will describe a portable fence which I have used several years and which I like better than any other that I have seen It Is not only simple but can be put together In any position from straight APOUTAULE FENCE line by use of bracku shown to zigzag or a very sharp angle which is very handy for yard used In catching sheep or pigs Ends of panels are fA- Stened together closely as position will permit by a piece of fence wire Halt of panels should bo made with cleats on reverse side from that shown In cut unless spaces In top and bottom are the same which will permit tho use ol half of panels tho other side up Chancy Avery In Ohio Farmer thePumpkins tell will reo suit In an Increase In yield of milk OVM grain fed alone ENDS 41000 MILE CRUISE Capt Voss with Ills Little Three Masted Canoe Arrives in London After Many Adventures Capt Voss of the threemasted TII Ilkum of two and a half tons which anchored In Margate harbor In Eng land recently is perhaps tho only cockchhcll navigator who has mads money at the business Ills crew con sists of an expert advance agent who looks more at home In a top hat and a Prince Albert coat than In oilskins The Tllllkum has traveled 41000 miles starting from Vancouver D C three years ago and finishing In the tank of the London hippodrome It Is nothing but An Indian dugout canoe 43 years old 10 feel long and two feet six In depth of bold with a tiny cabin protruding H Inches above the deck Instead of a bowsprit It has a carved prow like a Viking ship and Its three masts look like small bean poles It spreads 38 yards of canvas Old salts of Margate shako their heads and refuse to believe that the Tilllkum ever Weathered a gale but the skipper Is armed with proofs Hit attributes his success In riding out all kinds of blows to a canvas sea anchor of his own invention As a mascot he carries the skull of tho Indian who carved out the canoo In the Pacific a green sea carried away his crew and compass and sent them to the bottom together With this ex ception Capt Voss bad no serious ac cidents GIFTS MADE TO THE NAVY Valuable Plate and Other Tributes to Ships by States and Municipalities Aggregate Large Sums An Inventory of gifts to ships of the navy lust completed by the department shows that these tributes aggregate 1110040 In value They have been pre sealed by stales and municipalities after which vessels have been named and In some cases individuals Sliver services represent the greater part of the gifts The armored cruiser New York heads tho list In the value of its gifts the amount being 14539 which represents andilyn boasts of a sliver service presented- by the people of that borough and valued 18397 The smallest gift Is an eight 1at phonograph on the Foote The silver services on some of the big ships are valued as follows Cincinnati 4KH Detroit 2500 Indiana 9S2C Iowa 15000 Helena 2500 Mlnneapo Its 16100 Nashville 31C5 Newport 1550 San Francisco 74SC Texas 4866 New Orleans 2700 Illinois 5000 Albany 5883 and Alabama 3303 Stayed in Bed Fifteen Years Mrs Anna Dray of Argyle Pa who 15 years ago determined for some rea son of her own to spend the remainder of her days In bed arose the other day for tho first time having tired of her resolution She had her meals brought to her regularly and not once did she require the aid of a physician During her stay In the house the town baa made remarkable progress and she was unablo to recog nine the place she knew as a village of a few hundred Inhabitants la the busy town of tho present day Not Beal Society Functions Two Kentucky matrons fought a knife duel over a man who was the husband of neither Their social po sition can readily bo gauged from the fact that knives aro never used on such an occasion In the smart set Hammers are the thing says the New York Telegram MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 22- CATTLECommon J2 00 l 3 40 Heavy steers 4 75 G 00 CALVES Extra t0 7 75 HO03 Ch packers 5 30 40 6 45 Mixed packers 6 10 5 25- BIIF PJxtra S 35 40 3 50 LAMBS Extra 6 75 4d 6 00 FLOUR Sprlnc pat 6 35 c G 60 WHEATNo 2 red 1 21 0 1 23 No3 winter 1 18 COHN No 2 mixed 40 6SM OATS No 2 mixed tF0 3- 3RYENo2 85 86 HAV Ch timothy 1275- POUK Clear mess 12 40 12hDUTTJChoice creamery 23- APPLESChoice 1 75 fd 2 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 60 1 65- TOBACCONew 5 25 431225 Old 4 75 14 CO- CKIcaQO FLOUR Winter pat 5 30 C 6 40 4NoCOHNNo2 mixed 40 6- 3OATSNo2 mixed fl 29- 3IIYENo2 t1 78 V- jPOUlv Mess 11 00 101110 LAUD Steam 710 CP 7 321t New York FLOim Win sfrts 5 30 fi E 60 WHEATSNO 2 red J 1 234 CORNNo 2 mixed 40 58ys OATSNo 2 mixed 3n4q 35M- IOIIK Mesa 12 50 4013 00 LARD Steam 7 SO Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 41 1 18 CORN No 2 mixed 0 57 OATS No 2 mixed 40 33 CATTLESteers 3 75 th 4 25 HOGS Dressed C CO 7 00 Loulavllle WHEAT No 2 red 40 1 17 CORNNo mixed tj1 6n 3WLAnDSteamPOUR Mess U13 50 Indianapolis WHEATNO 2 red 40 1 1744 CORN No 2 mixed 40 55 v OATS No 2 mixed U 12 Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and fin FlINE invite you to drive both for piesaure and nro fit Does your nlritel- ook as well as tke rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the appearanceIf 1 easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Bar ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old hat nose do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERJjY Main St Richmond Ky S I MotherHow Often Arose from her bed at night in alarm at the raspy cough of baby She knows at once the dread destroyer Croup has arrived Dont hesitate Use Par acamphatoncelt will prevent and JrtiDruggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I as forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 seta of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky the of Kentucky Mature can colored the coming Berea College N 5 i I Founded 1855 1 4 1 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL l 1 Over Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONSl Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young msiand Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing yearai countyCertificate i Academy Course Four fitting for College for business and lot life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalatir i ate j MusicChoral free Reed Organ Piano Theory liWe are here to helpall who will help themselves toward a CLristia education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of school apart from instruction and must alsav pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks mayb I brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 torse of 11 12425 Fall term opens September 14IThe School is endorsed by Baptists Christians r alisU Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations IroBINFORMATION AND HtlENDLY ADVICE ADDBUS TUX SECBETAkr j WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County K1I6 Madison County Roller Mills 1 HfiltlllllM Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour j Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat OF MADISON ia another Excellent 1 i Qh4HId4NIelcI 1- I Potts VUU pKy rsonI i KodoInn DYSPEPSIA tUREIDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT TlLoobout cotst s24theesthetrtatMtwbkhl4tor50fora CCOAU OILY AT Tai LAkOHATOIIY Of E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL I 16 FREE I j Scholarships I Tuc CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea for two terms of one young man and one i young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison OwsleytPulaski and Rockcastle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own J County who lake THE CITIZEN I We will print Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st This should be filled out with Ihe names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wiiii scholarships to be given These ballots when received at Tns CITIZEN office count one each for the young man and young woman whose names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to TOE CITIZEN will reo ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months 50 votes for each 3 months 2votes for each The young man and young woman in each of eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College whichwill save each one from J800 to 11400 in cash The only expense to which theyiwill be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other firttclaat school in Kentucky 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 mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just u good as anybodys START NOW I I Cut this till in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of recent action the Leg Berea College receive no students year therefore this offer is open only to white qontcatants 40 two years degrees Vocal the weeks PRIDE Flour College the the out A I vote for Mr of postoffice countyI I as the most popular young man r r I and foi Miss s s- I of pcstofike Oounty ai the most popular young woman T e r THE CITIZEN I Berea and Vicinity fGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES lIlii+H+ I I I XI Prof Dinsmore and wifo hero ben flare this week on n Hhurt visit r MrA Golden and wifo loft Mon tiny for their homo in Whitewater Kan f Col C CEnrlof Louisville visited the familyof Dr Switzer tWiJlard HaHn Lamb the few t weeks old son of Mr aural Mrs Harry Lamb died Oct 10 at their home in Wooster Ohio Miss Euphemia Corwin whilo go ing to the Sunday night chapel turned over her ankle on n root spraining it quite badly E C Jackson of Jackson travel ing for tho Knoxville Nursery Co called at our ollico Wednesday Ho wentjrom hero to the Worlds Fair for a week College has received n medal at tho Worlds Fair UBerea excellence of its educa This was tho only to Madison county Many of the older people were present Sunday to hear once more a sermon by Father Rogers It was a message just like the man full of love and kindness and goodwill towards nil his fellow men The Womans Industrial will reopen Friday October 28 Let every woman who expects to join be at the Parish House promptly at 1 oclock for tho opening devotional exercises Mrs T J Osborne Supt Mrs Will I C Gamble Secy Tho funeral of Howard S Fee was hold Monday at 2r si As the day was pleasant tho services were held at tho cemetery conducted by the Ifev A E Thomson Tho body was accompanied by Mr Edwin Fee and wife and their two sons from Clarks burg Ind- Judge T J Coyle was a Berea visitor Tuesday Ho reports that new switchboard will be installed im mediately at McKee for tho McKee Booueville Telephone and Telegraph Co This will enable them to con nect with London and Manchester McKee seems to have taken a loom just lately Sundayevening chapel talk was given by Mr Lester McLean formerly connected with tho International Committee of the Y M C A He will leave shortly for Japan as a Y M C A worker State student Secretary Damron addressed the local Y M C A at their regular Sunday evening meeting Thursday afternoon at tho bottom of Owsloy Fork hill the horse driven h Mr Thom became frightened by breaking of the harness and tho oc cupants of the buggy Mr and Mrs Thom and Miss Laura Click were thrown out At first examination it was thought that Mrs Thoms collar bone had been broken but later it was found to bo intact The loath of Mrs Talitha hay Clift occurred at 2r Monday Funeral services were held at tho houso Tuesday at 130 PM and at tho Second Church at 2 Rev A E Thomson assisted by tho Rev Mc Cully conducted the services She was laid to rest beside her mother in tho Borea cemetery There was a largo attendance of friends and relatives A husband and two small children are loft to mourn her loss About eight oclock Tuesday night a small freight wreck occurred at the brickyard Tho engino and ttsevoril cars had passed over the 4switch when a lox car and four lat cars jumped tho track demolishing tho box car and smashing up the I others quite badly A wrecking crow at once began clearing away the t debris and tratlic was resumed Wed morning Although two men 4were on the wrecked cars theyes taped serious injury r i FOOTBALL VICTORY y 4 Saturday was a fino day for foot ball and the crowd the largest over had was over anxious to see the J 1 game Since tho line upagainst State College the Varsity had done some good work in practice Several new plays were developed and the team work was improved greatly soit was with confidence tho boys lined up against Williamsburg In stitute Saturdayon their home grounds Captain Wimm won tho toss and chose the kick off At 330 tho whistlo blow and Williamsburg sent tho ball to A Hunt on 10yard line who returned it 10 yards Marsh gained 8 through tackle followed by Culdwoll with 20 around left end Marsh lost ten on end run which Caldwell regained Clark got two and Marsh live thou Caldwell circled touchdown 3211Ity J straight down the field for eight Caldwell got ten Williamsburg will but failed to gain Berea holding Clark and Marsh got 15 then Caldwell circled end and with superb interference by Bender went forty for for n touchdown time 2B5 Beudei kicked goal Berea kicked Wimni got live through line Visitors gained four more then Berea held and Wil liamsburg on a fake punt got thirty through guard Wimm got live more then Burgess got ball on fumble Berea lost 15 on a fumble and ano ther fumble gave Williamsburg tilt Kali on centre line where Berea held Marsh got twenty around end Clark got twenty on muss play bucked for a touchdown but Berea was penalized fifteen for holding and in line bucking soon pushed the pigskin over for third touchdown Bender kicked goal time 045 Berea kicked to ten yard line ball was returned ten yards Williamsburg forced to punt and Berea given the ball on a foul Bya series of punts and end runs Berea got near tho goal line and Burgess was pushedolr for touch down Bender failed to kick goal time 530 Half ended with hall in Bereas possession in Williamsburg territory score Beroa 23 Williams burg 0 In tho second half Burgess and Clark two of the best men were taken out to make room for substi tutes Ernst and Postlowaite The second half was similar to the first Berea gained at will Williamsburg took a brace and gained about thirty five through the lino on bucks and tho same distance around the end Berea held them and byswift plays stud long gains by Clark and Cald well tho ball was landed on Williams burg 20yard line Ernst was then called on to buck tho line and as everyone says by tho prettiest buck ing of the game carried the ball over for a touchdown Bender failed to kick goal time 10 Postlewaite kicked the ball over the goal line for touchback Williamsburg kicked from 15yard lino and Berea was downed with tho ball on Williams burg 50yard line Postlewaite waR called on to circle tho end and made the star playof the gamut by going like the wind without much interference for fifty yards fora touchdown Bender kicked goal time 115 Berea kicked stud Williamsburg lost hall on a fumble Borea set to work for mother score but darkness interfered and time was called with the ball jn Williamsburg territory and in Bereas hands score Berea 34 Williamsbirrg 0 The lineup was as follows BEREA WauiMimiici mock Centre II lllbln A shunt It O Kly Henry L 0 Chapel Hudson It T Rlrhsrdnon- Hurcetu Mirth L T Clark Krnit K K Skinner- hunt C L E II HlblM Caldwell K II Smith Marsh Clark H Capt L llNeonCla- rk II rottlcnaltc Emil F Wlmm Capt Sender Q fiatllfr Elliott Referee Burdette Umpire Nettleman Line man Cartmell Timer Pow Tonrhflowiu Cald well 3 Clark 111 Burgess Emit Time of halve 2013 Williamsburg playeda plucky clean game and fought hud for a scoreThe manager and captain were satisfied with the work of tho boys and expect tho team to go unscored against during the remainder of tho season M1HHHIHHHHHHCollege HERE AND THERE M1HIlHK Wesley A Hubbard is working at landscape gardening in Los Angeles CalMiss Corwin and Miss Robinson returned Friday night from tho Worlds Fair Miss Lotta Osborne spent Thursday and Friday of last week with an oculist in Cincinnati Mrs Oakes of Lexington came Tuesday to enter her daughter Miss Annie Stevens in school Kenneth Beck to is pleasantly situated at Hillsdale College Mich whore he expects to remain this year Thos L Francis is doing nicely at the carpenters trade in Pensacola Fla His address is 024 West Bel mont Old Peto has essayed moro difficult feats than the humdrum duties of his life permit Last week aided only by a small tackle ho druw tho now 0ton boiler into time Power House What tilodraincd Glado lund will produce is shown by the strings of big ears of corn in front of tho Ad ministration Building Sixtyoight bushel to tho micro from land that many wise ones declared would never produce anything is a tribute to scientific farming What Came of In Ideal Original There was once on artist wl achieved great fame In the painting ot one picture He never painted another that came anywhere near equaling it hut his masterpiece alone wns enough to make his fortune While struggling for recognition lie fell In love with and married n young girl Helena was her name who to him was perfection It Is well known thnt lovers endow the objects of their love with every attraction and this man endowed Ills wife especially with grant beauty lie painted n picture other not us his Imagination saw her but as abe vas and whet the plcturo wai completed ho supplied its beauty froth his Imagination Just as he had done In the case of the original Soon after the completion of the pore trait Helena sickened and died The husband wus Inconsolable lie would sit all day looking at the portrait which to him was even more beautiful than It was when he painted IL A whole year passel and be had done nothing but mourn lIe was so poor that his clothes were rags and he had nothing to eat except dry bread Theu 0110 day upon learning that there was to be n competition for an altar piece for n cathedral n Madonna stud child he roused hluisolf to an effort to wlu the prize The winning picture uiutt be a wonder cud three years were given In which to produce It The artist knew timid the first thing for him to do was to thud a model It was the spring of the year anti ho sal lied forth Into the country thinking to discover among the dairymaids or shepherdesses what he desired for it was from the simpler classes that the mother of Jesus came The pleasant air and sunshine brightened the spirit within him and he became Interested In his search lie visited mummy young women but found none that be thought would do for a divine model Ills Ideal wus the face of life lost wife aud one may look u long while without finding an Ideal of anything One morning he passed a dairy farm and going back to the cow sheds a girl arose from milking mind greeted him with a very pleasant smilea smile of pity for the uiau was In tatters and looked hungry She otTcred itui a cup of milk fresh from the cow and then took him Into the neut farmhouse and gave him a good meal When the farmer and his wife cume In they gave him u hearty shake of the hand and approved of what their daughter Cecilia had done The artist stayed at the farm several days Indeed they would not let him go till ho had gained strength to travel During these few days It was growing upon him that the face of Cecilia was especially suited for the mother of one who though divine was born In a manger Time artist confessed his profession and told the farmer of his object The imin wus so pleased that his daughter should sit for a picture of the Virgin that he consented to take her to the artists studio himself For moths time picture of the Madon na was growing on the canvas Un consciously the painter though he tel lowed Cecilias features and outline put In the expression with which his imagination hud endowed his lust wife The picture therefore became a thing of heavenly beauty But the artist could find no child that would do for a model of the Infant Saviour lie had sketched a childs outline In the picture hoping every day to come upon the model he wanted The hobo should resemble Its mother and no babe could be found with the features of Cecilia By this time time artist lied become engrossed In his work Gradually his Imaginary conception of his wifes beauty was transferred to the motel and through her to the canvas though of this he was unconscious Then one day It occurred to him to marry Ceci lia and perhaps they would have a child that would do for tbe model In taut Jesus Her lather consented and the marriage took place After his marriage the artist left her picture as It was hoping for a child from which he uight fill In the child In the picture A little son came to him and when It was about fifteen months old he transferred the Image to the canvas The Madonna was a won der the child had Inherited her fea tures and her other adored him Whtfo the picture was finished the few who were permitted to see It were struck dumb with admiration Hut one thing puzzled the artist No one saw any likeness between the Madonna and CeciliaIt a happy morning for tbe art 1st and his family when time award was announced and he was found to be the winner Time prize was enough to keep them very modestly and they not only enjoyed a competence but the tunic the fattier and husband had won lie trite often uguln to do such work but never succeeded However his name on a picture was ever after sutll dent to Insure Its sale for a large sum One day several years after the win ning of the prize the artist went up Into his to hunt for a frame be hoped might bo there Ills old pictures were scattered about mostly daubs of his student days There was one picture the portrait of a woman that he could not remember over having paint ed He took It up and held It to the light The face wits a very common place one He tried to remember what model he could have usvdln Its paint dug Suddenly time truth flashed upon him It was the picture be bad made of Jle1u F L MITCHEL I Gems In Verse Blets Them Little Towheads niece them towheads iwlngln1 On the gate Some u these fine dnys theyll be Bavin of the state Its them that makes the gavennra An folks that think theyre grout leas them little towheads Ever one n gem Twlnklln In the lap o UCe Lille light o stem Though they know It not the world An heaven air watchln eml F 1 Stanton In Atlanta Constitution A Prayer Oh sanctity my God I pray The powers with which from day to day lly I1Utl18 be they what thy may Are done Help me to do us unto thee Whatever duty falls to me However hardtill victor- yI won All powers of body and of mind Are thine I pray thee help me bind Them to thy service Ll me ilnd- i In thee The grace which help my laggard will Lifes rurneal duties to fulllll Whateer my rrrorn be thou still With me Lest I should weaken In desire And wearlnrra should quench the fire Of loving zeal O Christ Inspire My heart To search for truth and not In vain To strive true wisdom fruits to Ruin Dear Lord thy peace through Joy or pain Impart So shall my dutle one by one Hear lightly till the tasks are done And as near ute s selling sun Mine eyes Shall seek like Noahs weary dove The ark of rest and heavenly love The while I wait that peace above The skies Mary D Urine In Christian Endeavor World The Tide River Clear and cool cleur and cool lly laughing shallow and dreaming pool Cool and clear cool and clear Uy shining shingle and foaming wear Under the crag where the ouiel sings And the Ivied wall where the church bell rings- tndealed for the undefiled Ilay by me bathe In me mother and child Dank and foul dank and foul Uy the smoky town In Us murky cowl Foul and dank foul and dank Uy wharf and sewer and slimy bank Darker and darker the farther I go Pacer and baser the richer I grow Who dare spurt with the sin defied Shrink from me turn from me mother and child Strong and free strong and free The Hood gates are open away to the sea Free and strong free and strong Cleansing my streams aa I hurry along To the golden sands and the leaping bar And rnratarAs I lose myself In the Infinite main Like a soul that has sinned and Is pardoned again Undented for the undefiled Play by me bathe In me mother and child Charles Klngitey The Lost Occasion Farewell fair day and fading light The clay born here with westward sight Marks the huge sun now downward soar Farewell We twain shall meet no more Farewell I watch with bursting ugh My late contemned occasion die I linger useless In my tent Farewell fair day so foully 4nt Farewell fair day If any God At all considers this poor clod lie who the fair occasion sent Prepared and placed the Impediment Let him diviner vengeance takeGive him to sleep give me to wake Girded and shod and bid me play The hero In the coming day Robert Louis Stevenson Year After Year Year after year the cowslips nil the meadow Year after year the skylarks nil the air Year after year In sunshine or In shadow Holla the world round love and finds us us we were Year after year as sure as birds return- Ing Or field flowers blossoming above the wintry mold Year utter year In work or mirth or mourning Love we with loves own youth that never can grow old Sweetheart and ladylove queen of boy Uh passion Strong hope of manhood content of age begun Loved In a hundred ways each a different fashion Yet loved supremely solely as we never love but one So let the world go round with all Its sighs and sinning Its mad shout oer fancied bllu Its howl oer pleasures past That which It calls loves end to us was loves beginning I clasp my arms about thy neck and love thee to tbe last Mrs MulockCrolk Wake Me a Song Out of the silences wake mo a song Beautiful sad and soft and low Let the loveliest music sound along And wing each note with a wall of woe Dim and drear As hopes last tear Out of the silence wake me a hymn Whose sounds are like shadows soft and dim Out of the stillness In your heart A thousand songs are sleeping there Wake me a song thou child of art The song of a hope In a last despair Dark and low A chant of woe Out of the stillness tone by tone Cold as a snowflake low us a moan Out of the darkness flash me a song Brightly dark and darkly bright Let It sweep aa a lone star sweeps along The mystical shadows of the night Sing It sweet Where nothing Is drear or dark or dim And earth song soars Into heavenly hymn Father Ryan Home at Last To lay the head upon one breast To press one answering hand To teal through all the souls unrest One soul to understand To go Into the teeming world The striving and the heat With knowledge of one tent unfurled To welcome weary feet A shadow In a weary land Where men as wanderers roam A shadow where a rock doth stand The shadow of a home L J ROBUMS This Wav Sinners If you are not buying nil your wants of us I will toll you why you should We have the largest cleanest and boat selected stock of DRY GOODS and SHOES In Madison County Time largest and choicest stock of GROCERIES this side of Lexington and tilt cheapest drug store on earth I SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour WnshburnCfosby Co 76c Obelisk Flour Ballard Bnllnrcl Co 76c Meal 65C Granulated Sugftr 54cItt Arbucklcs Coffee 2 for 25 C 1r Other goods in proportion at Ii WELCHSAD Little Folks The Roosters Advice Tommy was In trouble Tommy was also In bed for his trouble was n bro ken wrist brought on by bit tins the ground fro land when he full out of the apple tree lie was lying on his white pillow and dreaming of the good limes the buys were having outside when tbo dour opened and to his great amuse meat In walked Jack time old rooster Ho was carrying a big book under bin king and be came straight for the bud Tommy felt like crying out with mingled fear and surprise as he saw Jack bop upon tbo table txmldc him but his voice teemed to be stuck HOUIO where down In his stomach Jack said nothing but puked a big pair of spee tacks from beneath his other wing and opened a large book of notes Tons mys eyes bulged What are you going V doT be asked timidly Going to read you a few helpful rules for climbing trees Home from my own valuable exp rlenr said Jack winking one eye and turning the pare with him claws If you will climb trees you should know hoW to do It This certainly is queer thoncht TOMMY FELT LIKE OUTING Tommy The Idea of a neuter teach tagmolLet ui see said the rooster road tag Birds of a feather fiockuo thats not It la cases of pip be sure to Ahl Here It laTrces flying up Into Jock looked BowIlle that Tommy couldnt keep back a smile aItule LSquat firmly on both claws Out I have no claws Interrupted Tom Tlmta so Jack assented Well try again Rule 2Then ipread your wings out wide Hut I have no wings said Tommy Thats very true said Jack put tint his head lust on one side and then on the other I hadnt thought of that Rule 3Then Gold your tall out straight Here Tommy burst out laughing novcr had any tall be giggled Jack scratched his comb and tbpugbt for a moment I have he cried It Rule Men and boys that have no claws wings or tall abould never climb trees That meets your case Tommy Take my advice and dont Baying which be jumped to the floor and van lobed Tommy rubbed Lie eesSt Louis PostDispatch Getting Even She la going to sue him for breach of promise But bo has no money What does she expect to geU Revenge She intends to have has letters read In court a be Special inducement to purchn r of Kntlro tract J p Dicknell Korea Ky u I FOR RENT AN s ROOM HOUSE on Center t Street Good well KtmlM and barn Call on or write to J J Bum amen Heroa Ky tf A Sllvor Quartor Will buy a good many things Tho lxt way to upend it ill for Paracamph First Aid to tho injured You not only got your moneys worth but you got an inntant relief for Cold in the Head or Chest and Nasal Catarrh Paracamph lakes away that tsiopped- III fooling soothes tho inflamed membranes and removed tho congou lion Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist One airli Comfort A Now Orleflii girl spend tier days lu puJuiiinH The moment her father lies left the house nlio divests hemelf of her skirts and done her pajaman suit sandals to the remainder of time tiny till dinner time In these may going garments She case no woman who per slats In wearing her skirls has the re motiiit notion how comfy It is to practice rend take a nap and do a girls little chores free from the bother of them Ire Cream lId Pepper A prominent phyHlclan once advised t peppering Ice cream with cayenne when imtlng It after a hearty meal Time cream he said was cold It wits apt to retard digestion sometime with HerlouM rcHiiltH but the cayenne taken with It warmed the stomach mud uu plcnnnnt results wore averted Them is no taste whatever of the cayenuu the coIdneKM of the cream preventlug OilY peppery tattle A Word With You Do you autfer from itching or blood ing piles If BO UBO Paracamph It in guaranteed to relieve instantly and t euro Try it todayTf you are not satisfied yourmonoy will be refunded Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist FollniTlnir the Hand Life was a joy when I was a boy In the days of long ago When eye and ear could and hear The lhings It was good to know Out the kind old Mirth once glad with mirth And plrnsurm high and grand Seems stale and tome slnca I became Too bIll to follow the band Yet I dare say earth hold today About nx much or more Of joy and cheer right now and here Than ever It held before taut by our pride were now dented Gods lIlts on every hand Weve grown too proud to follow the crowd Too big to follow the band Id like to stray In A careless way Through the broad green fields of youth And wander back along lifts track To the bllsnful springs of truth Id like to trade my woes self made And the cares that come to men For the keen delight of a boys glad right To follow the band again Nixon Waterman Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent mer chant of Chriosman Tex SIIVSIII could not eat because of atveak stom ach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hopo of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonder ful cures effected by UBO of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure concluded to try it The first bottle benefited mo and ofter taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by East End Drug Co rCMMcccctFaeaccerccctFCactsc6cafceccccaaealr Cycarr iSTATE ODDS AND ENDS lJ 83 9 9 7793J39 J9 1fl4349 99 9bS13 17993 i 3II a THE QUEBEL STATUE MODEL It Is Complete and the Commission Will Meet After the Election Islington Ky Oct 22 Signer O MorctU Italian sculptor who design oil the model for the Joebcl statue linn now completed the work on the model and loft Friday for Illrmlnglmni whom ho KOCH to erect a monument In the city park Arthur Gocbol of ovlngtnn brother of William Coobol was horo and Inspected tho work of Hfgnor Morettl and was perfectly sat Ufled with tho lifelike statue lie will notify Senator James U McCreary chairman of tho monument commis stun And ask him to call a meeting of tint body to pass on tho work Owing to tho election being so clone at hnnd Mr Goebel believes It will he Impossible to have a meeting of 5 the commission until after that Impor a tant event as Senator McCrcarya time will be fully occupied until after November 8 He will ask Chairman MKnary however to set an early 4tlatl for this meeting In onler that the i can bo omclally approved and done lu bronze A NEWPORT DOY He stunt a Yacht Making the Model and Patterns Newport Ky Oct HIII Koch ter Jr a bright Newport buy of 10 IMIR built during his hours not devot Ill to study n yacht capable of hold tit tight people It Is the fastest craft on the river between Cincinnati and 1uwUvlllc It Is propelled by a three horni power gasoline engine and In a trial trip Saturday made a record of IS miles up stream against a current i hat was unusually swift Tho boat Is 10 by feet Is a little gem is to construction and has lines so graceful In attract the attention of all lovers of thu beautiful Young Koehlor whne father Is n machinist worked for more than a year on tho craft He made the models and patterns and item them built tho yacht piece by ice In hum own home THE AGE OF NINETY Joseph Wllhlte Oarr Expired at His Homestead at Louisville lOMlnvlllc Ky Oct 21Joseph WUUIto Oarr died Wednesday night at his homestead near Illvnrvlow Park He was 90 years old was a friend of Jnmcs Outhrle secretary of the iruaN nryundcr tho administration of Presi lent Buchanan of William Preston father of Mrs W U Draper wife of tine recent minister to Italy Charles Wlrkllfln grandfather of Oov Hock hnm Honry Clsy and others Mr tJsrr In survived by hIs widow and two ions TEACHER WOUNDED The Son Attacked Him While the Fa ther Shot the Dominie Morjrnnflold Ky Oct nJalUcli Fletcher a well to do farmer shot curt Uuchnnnn a schoolteacher late Thursday afternoon The trouble iamo up over Uuchnnnn whipping Klet fours daughters Fletcher and his son wont to the schoolhouse and wBlVn tho son attacked tho teacher with a club the father shot through he window hitting Iho teacher In the jaw Tho wound will likely prove fatal Kentuckys Next Bishop Ixiulsvlllo Ky Oct 2411ev J N AleCormlck of Grand Rapids Mich stands tho best chance of becoming Kplacopal bishop of Kentucky In the opinion of loading Episcopalians hero Dr McCormick has been favorably coiuildorod before though his name watt not presented at either of the pre vious councils Funeral Instead of a Wedding Versailles Ky Oct 21Mr and r Mrs John D Wurfluld of Chicago who came hero to attend the wedding of Mrs Wnrflelda sister Miss Kath SBrine Graves and Mr Chester Ayres were called homo suddenly bolero the ceremony took placo by n telegram announcing the unexpected death of Mr WarAolda brother Roy Warfleld Death of MaJ Isaac Calhoon Owensboro ICy Oct 2JlaJ Isaac alhoon one of the leading citizens of McLean taunt Is dead Ho was the son of Judgo John Calhoon a fa nets jurist of tho early days of the I Riot century Ho hold n commission an major In tho Seventeenth Kentucky Inltcd States volunteers TobaccoMarkel Louisville Ky Oct 21The mar kefwas slightly firmer on both burley and dark tobaccos The onorlngu were light being 181 hhds of which 24 were hurley and 167 dark Burley sold from 11 to 1975 and dark ranged from 290 to 780 Burned By Gasoline Newport Ky Oct 24Ieo Krebs brother of City Clerk Peter Krebs at tempted to Klndlo a fire In tho fur mince with the aid of gasoline mlatak log it for coal oil There was an ex plosion and Krebs was badly burned about tho face and arms Sixty Wells Under Way Lexington Ky Oct 21Work In the Kentucky and Tennessee oil fields last weak resulted In eight strikes in Wnyno and four in Cumberland count y There are now about CO woes Koing down lu both these divisions LOUISVILLE MAN SUICIDES He Was the Grandson of the Late Dr I Dell of Southern Fame Louisville ICy Oct 24 Wallace Hell who committed suicide by cut tins lila throat In Cl igo Sunday morning was n grandson of tho lato Theodore S Hell who was the most noted physician In the south 30 years ago He was 32 years of ago and was fur several years time athletic Instruc tor of Central university nt Danville Recently ho was employed Robinson Norton sit Co of Louisville- but left for Chicago to better his peal tion H II Hell assistant managing editor of tho Times said Sunday night that ho know no possible reason for his brothers suicide except that ha had probably boon discouraged by tho failure otihis efforts to secure what ho wanted In Chicago Mr Hells mother lives hero Tho holy will be brought hero for burial A GRIZZLY BEAR It Attacked Two Men Thrown From a Vehicle Lagrange Ky Oct 24 Richard Hollo u liveryman of thM city and D Duncan u commercial traveler from Now York had a thrilling encounter with a huge grizzly bear near Browns boro Tho men on their way to thin city were overtaken by a violent hall and wind storm which overturned their buggy and throw them out When they rose front the ground they found themselves face to face with the big boast Tho animal showed tight and during the struggle which ensued the men wore considerably bruised and scratched before they could inaku their escape Tie bear belonged to some roving Italians and had become en raged front being polled with the hall till It broke Its chain and ran away FATAL DOSE OF CHLORAL John Bachman Found Dead In Bed By His Wife Newport Ky Oct HAI the re suit of Ignorance In regard to the use of drugs John Hachmsnn 43 whore sided on house street Clifton Heights Is dead at his home Ho suffered from nervousness and Insomnia Saturday night and sons to Newport for some chloral hydrate Fifteen to 20 grains Is a dose for an adult hut Uschmann took two drams or nearly 120 grains He slept heavily after that and when his wife attempted to arouse him Sunday she found thnt ha was dead He brought his family hero last week from Indianapolis Ho leaves a wife and ono child Wanted at Bardstown Hnrdstown Ky Oct 21MBton Taylor arrested In Peoria III IsI wanted In this county on the charge rromlJamsbrother Preston Is now serving a torn In the penitentiary for tho same offense Milton Taylor broke Jail here n year age- Returned a Verdict For 15000 HarroditburgKy Oct 2The Jury In tho case of John Scanlans iilmlnls trator ngalnst the Southern Railway Co returned a verdict of 15000 against the company The suit was for the killing of Engineer Scanlan of Ixmlsvllle In a collision between his freight train and n work train Wilt Build a Refinery Lexington Ky Oct 22 UlchnrJ Levering of Chicago president of the Indiana Asphalt Co of that city ar rived horo for tho purpose of select Iqg a site upon which to establish an oil refinery Mr levering stated that tho refinery would be built at nit early date After the Coin Louisville Ky Oct 21 Richard P Krnst chairman of the republican state central and state campaign com mittees Is In New York to get money from the Republican national commit ten to put Into the Third Fifth and Ninth congressional districts of Ken tacky Blaze at Fort Thomas Fort Thomas Ky Oct 21The Mid way was visited by a disastrous con flagrntlon Thursday afternoon that before It was got under control con aimed three business housed causing a loss estimated at 18000 and the In jury of three soldier fire fighters No Pay For Gathering Statistics cOllrtlofors are not untitled to commissions on property listed exempted from taxa then The court says while mi asncRs or la required to gather statistics then Is no provision for pay for such work Prominent Business Man Dead Dayton ICY Oct 24Alvin M Rob erts 33 prominent business man dlod Sunday morning at a Dayton htspltal lie was tnkcn ill about a month ago with typhoid fever Ho was a son ot tie Into Judgu M I Roberts of Cov Ington A 100000 Fire at Louisville IxntlBvlllo Ky Oct 24Fireof un known origin destroyed the extensive Junk handling plant of S Weber Son nt Ircston and Washington streets SuhdAy entailing a loss call mated by the owners at 100000 THE BALTIC SQUADRON It Fired on British Fishing Ves scls in the North Sea A Couple Sunk and Several Persons Killed and WoundedOther Ships Badly Damaged News Causes An Intense Sqnsatlon Hull ling Oct 24A M Jackson ft Co solicitors for the owners of Hull fishing boats have notified the foreign office anti admiralty of an at tack on tho Hull fishing fleet by the Russian second Pacific squadron com manly designated as tho Ualtlc fleet The official Information Is that shortly after midnight Friday the Russian squadron fell In with the Hull fishing fleet In the North sea The first portion of the fishing Sleet passed safely Then the Russian ships turned their searchlights on the Drltlh vessels ror some time and a little later opened fire The steam trawler Crane was sunk and the decapitated bodies of her skipper and mate have been brought to Hull The boatswain and other members of tho crow are undo stood to be seriously wounded The steam trawlers Moulmeln and Mine have arrived at Hull seriously damaged by shots tho latter having 16 holes In her hull It is reared that other damage was done to the trAwl ers and that nt least one more was lost with all hands The only survivor of the Crane who has yet reached hero is J A Smith son of the deceased skipper and who with the captains of the Moulmeln and limo Is going to London to consult with the authorities Young Smith was asleep In his bunk when the Siring nrouHCd him Just nil he was get ting up a shot struck the starboard and penetrated to tho forecastle smashing a lamp near which he was standing He rushed on deck where the searchlights revealed tho horrible sight of his father and Loggctt lying headless and the deck strewn with the Injured It was soon found that tho vessel WAS sinking and signals for as sistance were sent up Smith nnd oth ers concur in the details of the tiring that haw already been given London Oct 24The steam cutter Magpie belonging to the Gamecock trawler fleet which was fired on by this Russian Baltic fleet arrived In the Thames Sunday night Her cap lain Peakor confirmed tho details of the story received tram Hull He says Friday night there were about 40 vessels of the Gamecock fleet fishing in latitude 65 degrees 15 minutes and longitude 5 degrees minutes It was ii misty drizzling night We spread over an area of some miles Our ad miral had Just previously signalled by rocket and colored lights the fishing direction for tho night Whether that had anything to do with what followed I do not know the whole thing Is a mysteryHull 4Tho news has cre sled an Intense sensation and indigna tion In Hull The Moulmeln arrived with her flag at halfwast Her skip per states that tho trawlers were fish lint about 220 miles east by north of Spurn Head nt 1 oclock Saturday morning the weather being heavy when the outlines ot several vessels apparently warships sailing In a line were dimly scon Whilst the crow were watching the warships search lights were flashed upon them In the glare of which the Moulmclns crew observed what they took to be torpedo boats approaching apparently with tho intention of hoarding the Moul meln They steamed away however and soon tho fishermen were horrified to find they were being fired upon First one and then another trawler was struck by flying shot What seemed to be a round shot went through tho Moulmeln galley The Mlno lying nearby also was struck with ninny shots but fortunately tho damage was above her water lino nnd none of hor crew was struck The bombardment lasted about 20 minutes When It had censed the fleet sailed southward and some of the trawlers seat up rockets The Moulmeln story ed in tho direction of limo rocket Soon cries were heard and the Crane was found sinking with another trawler taking off some of her crow Those seriously Injured wero removed to a mission ship and tho bodies of Smith ad Lcggott wore placed aboard the Moulmoln Tho other men with mi nor Injuries ware put aboard the trawler Sea Hull which at a lato hour had not arrived at Hull Washington Oct 24 Astonishment that the Russian commander should have committed such a blunder to fire on inoffensive fishing vessels as reported in dispatches from Hull pre vailed In official circles Sunday night At the same time these officials nro prompt to express tho opinion that ho Russian government will promptly disavow the act and apologize when time facts arc fully known Tho rag edy it Is realized adds to tho oomph cations which tho Baltic fleet already encountered over sInce It was doter mined thnt the vessels should go to the far cast s Valuable Colt Dead St Louis Oct 24 Commodore a hreoyearold chestnut colt by Tho Commoner and Rosa Masso one of the crack St Louts nco horses died tams Inflammation of the stomach The owners had refused an offer of 10000 for him- Wounded Soldiers at Harbin Harbin Oct 24Mot than 20000 wounded soldiers have arrived horo and are being tended with tho great est care Every available hand has been set to work in the making ot 40 shirts tpr ha wpundo1 THE FIGHTING CEASES Rains anti Bud Roads Stop Opera tions in Manchuria The Number of Japanese Killed Dur- Ing the Fighting at Port Arthur Is Placed at 50000 Reck less Attacki St Petersburg Oct 21Apart from skirmishes and exploits nf scouting parties there Is almost a complete suspension of operations In Manchuria The heavens have Interposed to put a stop tQ bloodshed Rain Impassable roads and exhausted armies are fac tors Kiifflclent In themselves to explain the cessation of hostilities and these conditions are aggravated by a dense fog overspreading the whole of the theater of war Behind this pall either rude would be able to change the dls position of whole forces In absolute secrecy but the obscurity renders ab solutely dangerous any attempt at a forward movement When the curtain of moist Is lifted the fighting may bo resumed under totally changed condi tons Clio Foo Oct 21 According to a camp follower who has been for somo time with the Japanese army now besieging Port Arthur and who Is at present In Che Foo having arrived from Dalny the number of Japanese killed before the forts has reached 50 000 He says the mikados roan recklessly attacked tho strongest positions making wild rushes In masses the sol diers being stripped of their accoutre ments und clothing The result was thitt time Ruaslan machine guns mowed them down Ho also assorts that there In sonic talk among tho olflcers and men that leads to the belief that the Japanese mean to try to carry the Inner forts and citadel this month New York Oct 24So tar as the dispatches front the far east show there has been no change In the rein the positions of tho hostile armies confronting each other on the line of the Shnkhe river There Is an moon firmed report that a Russian force of 20000 mon has been concentrated at Kanta Pans 20 mllea northeast of Lloo Yang which may bo Indicative of tho direction In which Gen Kuropatkin is likely to strike his next blow Cold weather Is causing suffering to the armies In the field although It has wrought an Improvement In the condl thinK for time movement of troops A report has reached St Petersburg but larks confirmation that the Port Ar thur fleet has left Its anchorage in the harbor and has taken up a position In the roadstead Toklo Oct 24 Manchurlan headquarters reporting by telegraph says that tho number of Russian dead found on the battlefield and Interred up to October 22 maUes a total of 10 660 fpon this total Russian casual ties are estimated to exceed 60000 Time Japanese captured a total of 45 pins during the Shakho operations The report of the Manchurlan headquarters following The enumerated spoils etc of the battle of Shakhe follows Prisoners about i enemys dead left on the field 10550 45 guns 37 ammunition wagons C920 shells 5474 rifles 78000 small arms ammunition number of swords shovels axes and tents Be side time enumerated property the un counted property extending over 25 miles will reach an enormous quan tit y The enemys dead Is being Interred with military honors KILLED HIM AT LAST A Traveling Man Fatally Shot By His Wife Arcmllot Miss Oct 21t I Fea zcll a traveling mnn was fatally shot Sunday by his wife shortly after re covering from a previous murderous assault by her Mrs Feazcll attempt ed her husbands life first upon being accused of Improper relations with an other man She then sued for a divorce Saturday In the presence of their son she killed her husband He Smothered the Babe Galveston Tex Oct 24because- ho objected to taking care of his baby brother who was left in his charge Thomas Jefferson Jones a colored six cnrold boy suffocated time infant by piling upon It a large quantity of bed clothing Dumonts New Balloon Paris Oct 24M Santos Dunmont Is constructing his 13th balloon It Is intended to remain aloft for several days tbo leakage of gas being com penunted for by a smaller Inner bal loon Inflated by steam The car is to hold tour passengers Fair Will Be Open on Sunday Portland Ore Oct 21The Lowis and Clark exposition grounds will be kept open on Sunday afternoons but tho buildings with one exception are to remain closed The fair will be kept open libwover under certain re- strIctions Damaged By An Earthquake London Oct 24 Dispatches meow od here front various points report a rather severe earthquake nnd much damage to property throughout Scan dinavia and Denmark Sunday morn Ink Thus far however no fatalities have been reported Hon John Morley Arrives New York Oct HRt Rev John Morley tho English statesman and au thor arrived Sunday on the steamer Celtic During his stay in this citj Mr Morley will be Andrew Carnegles guest fr 1 0 By ALICE STONE Secretary Women T I H Atttmran Sfaoetomt 1hfUi aiir letter Aitunratt mnmtU BACKWELLI HE question Has American freedom made American women less womanly raises a smile One might as well ask whether a womans form becomes unwomanly if al lowed to develop in freedom without tight lacing The admirers of waspwaists would tliink so and time China man thinks that a lads feet cannot attain to womanltJgrace unless they are deprived of their chance for free growth Europeans do Jmot admire crippled feet but many of them still think that a womans mind must he crippled and debarred front free growth or it will cease td be womanly Many Americans have learned better The more progressive Chinamen in the celestial kingdom it is said hale organize a Heavenly Foot society and pledged themselves to worry- only women with natural feet They think that a wife who can nik side by side with her husband will be a more satisfactory companion for him And the American man thinks that a wife whose mind anJ thoughts can travel side bsille with his is a more satisfactory com panion than one whose mind has become eyeless through long rivation of light like the fishes in time Mammoth cave defiIIn every country there are sonic unwomanly women and are to be found in America as well as elsewhere Hut their unwoman liness is due either to native ugliness of disposition or to lack of proper education not tq time freedom that our women enjoy For side by side with them and enjoying the same freedom we fintlL women and girls of the sweetest womanliness Our transatlantic critic is doubtless a stout stickler for freedom as calculated to develop all the virtues of a man but he would say ol women as Ilosca IJigelow did of our colored brothers r Libertys a kind of thing That dont agree with niggers The violet as well as the oak must have free growth if it is to dr= clop perfection in its own kind It has been well said There cat be no true marriage between a man und a doll Europeans have m idea how much they have robbed themselves in starving and crippling the minds of their women In medieval times it was common for a knight in order to do honor to his lady to wear a black patch over one eye making him self halfblind for a time Some medievalminded Englishmen think that a Woman does honor to her husband by wearing a mental blind er and shutting her eyes to all one side oflifcthe side of large pubs lie questions Sonic day this notion will be seen to be as fantastic as ulOtherwoman has the kinder more tenderhearted and more womanly she will be for it is especially true in the case of womens sins and cruelties thatIEvil is wrought by want ot thought Far more than by want of heart Imrgrurrtttr Irr I lttiDtJ By WILLIAM A FRAZIER lotvrnaIODill St rtRry of the Seeweua Vuluw To show time trades union has society it is only neces sary to point out what it has for the sailor Before the seamen were organized poor Tack enjoyed less consideration than any ether representative of skilled labor When however he canine into the range of the trade unions activity 1m was transformed into an entirely different person He was made to understand his own rights and powers anti to insist upon the one and to exercise properly the other He was no longer a kind of human driftwood Heating front port to and enduring on the way all kinds of justice and harsh treatment Steadily since he became a trades unionist the seaman has risen in selfrespect and the respect of others He is now quite universally a man witha local habitation and a name and no longer a roving reckless tar to be made the scapegoat of every riotous disturbance on shore A confirmed spendthrift before no thought of the morrow he is now in the majority of cases a thrifty man The trades union has brought out liltgood points of which he always had a large number and he now enjoys respect that formerly he could not command Temperance has spread among the seamen until now intoxication is the exception and not the rule Order also is a part of their lives ashore and the influence of the lawabiding sailor dominates every group of which he is one The trades union has made citizens of all the sailors that have in oed its fraternity It has insisted that the members of the seamens union should out their citizenship papers as soon as possible and it y has set before every member the advantages of American citizenship It has urged and fostered thrift and in every way has cultivated the self respect of its members The consequence has been that some of the most r skilled labor that we have today is performed by men who formerly wero sailorsThe ironworkers for instance have among them mprt men who have been sailors than any other class for the structural iron worker requires the peculiar kind of nerve and skill that the sailor t learns on board ship in keeping his at dizzy heights and working swiftly and carefully in perilous and cramped positions The personnel of our merchant marine has greatly improved in JB character since the trades union has been at work among the sailors an fiwith the growth of the trades unions influence that personnel will con tinue to improve nltg of n lnUt By REV ALEXANDER S TAYLOR Pastor of St Mark Reformed Episcopal Church t Chicago how benefited done port with take head J t i J 17 J1 Many young wonier If imagine they arcdoimigi t commendable act to sj I cicty in trying to reform the sons of Sodomliv l 4 marrying them How f great the sacrificelove honor and virtue arc the prices she pays for the reformation Men of Sodom arc not reformed that way The wed ding bells peal the gathering friends rejoice but Hush hark l A deep j sound strikes like a rising knell She hides her face in shame and droops away a strange silence pervades the neighborhood People peak in whispers now The physic an said it was a case ofa broken Malt I THE CITIZEN I+ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence pnUiihed unless ilpirt In full by the writer The urns ti not tor publication but a i u evidence of good faith Write pUlnly N I 11 1110 I I I I I I I I I I 11 I II I I I I I 11 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I ft JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Oct 2IJame Marcnm will maki his fuluro home in Richmond Duel Hobbs and family lire visiting Jncol lltllard this weekNed Gabbard of Wind Cave visited G W Hellarc t FridaJ Marcumlms moved onto the farm he fought of James Marcum L H Martin of Sand Gap fins an ylIOunetvl himself an candidate for I county attorney Born to the WIfe of L T Morris a 10lb boy Mr Morris is stepping about with a big 1smile on his face James Morris amid wife visited Charley Hurst Sunday John Lakes and family visited L A Morris Saturday und Sunday f Jim A Hursts baby died lust Wed e nerd a3 and was buried Thursday Mr Hurst is very low with eonsump tionA P Gabbard killed a fiiit beef Saturday Jacob Hellard has laid in a fine lot of gocxisA Brock mil is building a chimney for Sherd Clcmmons A shooting match will be held at Jimmie Morriss on Saturday Oct 20 for a beef Farmers are ready to gather their nubbins DRIP ROCK Wo are having some cool weather ut this writing Born to the wife of Bigo Wilson a fine ooMrs Kirt ftlcorn has just returned from a two weeks visit at Hamilton Ohio Mrs Turner Kelley of this place is ill at this writing Bev Wells meetingFI good results Rev G W Van Winkle who is teaching ut the Sparks district left Friday evening for Berea Mr Turner Kelley one of our most prominent business men has just returned from the city where ho has been buying a winter lino of mer chandise Mr G M Parsons was in McKee Friday on business Mr Hiram P Richardson who has been a way for quite a while is back shaking hands with old friends again Mrs Maggie Fowler from Illinois is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Tho prayecmeetiug at tho Sparks schoolhouse is progressing nicely conducted by Rev Yan Quite a number of our young folks attendedchurch Sunday at Blanton Flat Among the party were Messr- sJ E Sparkman Jay Richardson Sanford Webb 11 P Richardson and Preston Webb and Misses Cynthia Alcorn Mollio Alcorn Rhoda Ross and Sofa IsaacsA N Little who has been in mimic for quite a while has moved back to his old homo at this place Tho school at this place seems to be progressing nicely with J E Sparkman of Welch burg as teacher Miss Lucinda Lyttle of Sand Hill has been visit ing friends in this neighborhood for the past two wvecksMr Shelton Lamb and son have gone to Garrard County on lousiness ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Oct 24Mrs T D Mullins and children from Maretsburg are hero visiting relatives this weokMr G W Nickles has been visiting friends at Pongo this weokA goodly num her of young folks from Red Hill neighborhood visited tho salt petro cave on Crooked Creek last Sunday and reported fine time John Pen uings father from East Bernstadt made a flying visit Miss Mary Uhf ford is very low with typhoid fewer fitand is not expected to recover Sheriff R T McFerron was in town collecting tax last Friday Win atCarmichael mid Kit York from Gnu 0 were in town Saturday Tho railroad company has laid off l several of tho yard amenRob Nickles visited his parents Mr and Mrs last Sunday W T Short ItNickles through on his way to Lon tho interest of tho Republican There will bo a protracted churchlCampbell filled his regular appoint Meat at tho Christian church Satur day and Sunday There was a lox given at the school Friday f tccning ROCKFORD 21Miss Ida McCollum was i s the guest of Buttiu McCollum Satur rt n day nighttMr W W Anglin and Bias Mao Todd visited Miss Bessie 1lctrelatives here Mr Norris of Richmond i Jvisiting and Mrs James Hamont and SundayRoche Todd McGuiro visited Virgie SundayBoltio and Stella Told visit6d relatives last week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Oct 21 Mrs Mury Colonmn and Mrs Lizzio Boll of Dayton Ohio are visiting relatives uud at thin place Miss Hattie Williams is IIIIIJislsedlit her homo on Fifth Frankio Whaloy of Front street has a sewing class Anyone desiring to learn to sew would do well to call on lwrHe W M Price of this city is holding a revival at Neptune Miss Maud Robinson teacher at Oraugeburg visitedour city Saturday The fall festival hold at the Bethel church during the past week closed Saturday night with marked successMADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB Oct 10 Mrs Chas Davis has been quite ill for a few days Mr Lowisol Berea visited his soninlaw B L Richardson Sunday Misses Ella mud Dinksuy Lake visited Mrs A C Hart Sunday Mrs James McQueen gave a quilting Saturday to her neighbor friends and good was the result11r John Bales was seen passing through there to Clear Creek Mr and Mrs Azbill of Red Lick visited Mr A C Hart Sunday W M Shearer has moved back to Clear Creek again where ho and family will ramie Myrtle Kindred has been on thin sick list hut is im provingQuite a crowd of folks from Evergreen Jackson County accompanied by T J Luke of this place went to Cincinnati Ohio Sunday on a pleasuro tripMr Dillard Griffith of Scaffold Cane was in Berea Sunday Mrs Ann Recce and children are out from Hamilton Ohio for a few weeks stay Albert Jones has recently returned from Maude Ohio Oct 24Bradley Lake has returned from Evergreen where he has spent a few days with friends andrelativesMr mead Mrs Skinner have moved near BereaL Mr Jones and his two friends of Kirksville visited J W Lake Sunday Little Louis Collins fell asleep in Jesus Sunday night at 8 Oct 23 We ex tendour sympathy to thin poor lone mother sisters and brothers It also saddened the hearts of his little schoolmates and friends But the Lord knows best for He said Suf fer little children to come nnto me for of such is thin Kingdom of heaven His remains were taken to Ford for burialMr and Mrs John Davis visited A C Hart Sunday ev eningMrs Ann Reeco andchil dren have gone back to Hamilton O Helen Bicknell thin daughter of Henry Bicknell has heen seriously illJ W Lako visited friends and relatives last week at Richmond John Angliu accompanied by his two daughters paid Berea a flying visit Monday Rev Dan Phelps failed to till his appointment at East SciriTold Cane Oct 23ARie Davis is better at this writing and hopes to be in school soon PEYTONTOWN Oct 17Miss Daisy Steward of Crab Orchard visited friends hero last weokRev G L Campbell is in Lancaster this week assisting Rev J Miller in a meeting Our school concert was quite a success Exercises by time advanced pupils in which Joe Moberly Mary Alice William Edd Cutloy and Mary Wallace Broaddus also gave us a solo and addresses Mrs F R Campbell furnishedus guitar rtuisic and Charlie Burnam graphophoue proceeds 778Tho four nights meeting will begin Thursday night conducted by Rev Baker Mrs Sallie Moran who has been in Cincinnati some time is at homo ajaiuMr Robert Newman and Mrs Allena Rice of Richmond attended our concert Saturday night also Mrs Lucy Reynolds son and sister Several of our people went to Cincinnati Sunday it being our last excursion this season- WALLACETON Oct 23R H Soper and wife who have been in Tuscola 111 for the last seven months returned Sun day night Oct 16Fairy Gertrude the 20months old daughter of Mr and Mrs R B GablKird fell asleep in Jesus Oct 20 after one weeks suffering with bruin fever The parents are heart broken funeral at Pilot Knob church Oct 21 at 3 p The entire community extend sym pathy to tho bereaved parents Henry Wylie has sold hisfurul to George Tisdale and will Villa next wlOkMr AndyI Elder wife mid baby Tedof Villa Grove who kayo been visiting Mrs Elders parents Mr and Mrs H C Wylie returned homo last Monday accompanied by Mrs Elders sister Miss Katie Wylio Misses Susie and Rubie Smith entertained ft number of jKiopIo at their hone Saturday night Oct 22 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Oct 20 MrP11 Hurst and W H Bullock are moving their mill from Mauldun to Island Creek 1 1 Our Popular Scholarship Contest l Tho timo will soon be lucre when time final hustling for first place begins It hits been intimated that in tho last few days there will bo many surprises duo to tho hounding of ballots for this final sprint In fact it plnctrholdin thin lead we would Dont for n moment tease work Keep nt it as though you were n tailunder 1 Lee County Mary Farler 1290 Clay Combs 060 Floyd Lucas 600 JI McGuire 400 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays 1601 Claude DuBauu 1220 Wallace Adams 700 Tommie Baker 376 Maggie Lower 376 Pearl Gay 326 Clay County Susie Sparks 14 ids Den go 1000 W M Rico 1400 M M Robinson 1200 T E Unroll oro Chas Combs 500 G J Jarvis 600 Mary Collins 400 Owslsy County Nora Wilson Sr Snowden Reynolds 60I Garfield Campbell 160 Mary Ray150Flo-ra Pendorgruss 201 Burgoyuo Battier 110 Nettie Treadway no B J Pcndergrass 101 Jeanette Gabbanl 100 LilJort Bowman Slwb cold Mil onjWBaker is the bride of John Henry Sandling Mr Win Bowman is preparing to move his shop to Buck Ro1publican17th of Oct A large crowd attend edMr J II Peters who returned from the army in the spring has roI enlisted John Hurst from Tennes see is visiting his brother James K Hurst Miss Rebecca Hurst huts LhiUgHton1CamJiduhs cunldidatoKidd Daniel Moore John Hud ford and Hiram Hogg for juiJerA J Bowmiln is very low with fever TRAVELLERS REST Oct 20 TaylorGubbard was hew a few days ago assessing Ho is a candidate for representative Teach ers li i will stand by us on school mattersA few people of this place are planning to attend time church dedication ut White Oak Oct 30th It seems as if I never heard so little said about schools Fellow teachers how is school with you Tell us something about yourself and school in TilE CITIZEN I am enjoying my work well this year hav jug lots of fun SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who 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 ds BOWNB Chemists 4OQ4I5 Pearl Street Now York yx and 1 00 aU druggists Good Farm For Sale 05aeresj good fencing everltiHt ing water uwteriiil ready for n good barn 10x00 feet other outs ulldhigs good i nero in young orchard till kinds of fruits 30 acres ready for corn next year remainder of farm in grass on u good turnpike imUu from Kingston If you want a cheap homo in tho Blue Grasse call on or addrtHH a M Boen i2i Kingston Rockcistla County Rachel Violent COO M B Thompson roo John McForron 4X Fannio McChiro 100 Molliu Carter 100 Minnie Nicely tOO Hyrda hellarguo100Jackson W L UegoiSusio Watson 1200 Laura Hatfield1050Sa- muel Davis 110U- Izzie IVilson 3flO Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons 300 May Smtkiiiiin 1100 C D Smith JOO liobuit Taylor 100 Estill County Ratio Jfoores 178 AmbroNU Wilson S78 Garnott Powell 800 Theda Noland 000 Nora McGee 400 J II Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 2011 D U Alumbaugh 200 Robert LCoyle 102 Martha Logsdon 101 Sallie Wilson WI Nolan Cox tOO Jonas Coldwell 100 JQ JIal 5tory For Little Polls A Pig Tale Tommlo Toddles mamma was busy that Is why Tommie was sitting under tbe tree Tommie was crvtdr and und just got bis second bottle of milk antI was yelling for more that Is why Isis mouth was so wide open and the tears running down hit cheeks Some one had left the gate open and that Is why Mr Hog appeared upon tile- IctDe So busy was Temmle wrath bill yelling that be did not see Mr Hog niL 1IE CllltD ALL THE DAnDER until with his nose close to Tommles ear ho grunted Ugb ugbugb Tben be cried all the harder Whoti the use of crying little 0011 he salt I never do grunting easier Tommie stopped short and started Do you know wbat you are liable to become continued the hug If you keep up your greedy babltaT No wbat BIked Tommie getting more used to his nw friend What Is a little pig doing when be la eating too much said the pig with a queer wink Dont know said Tommie Making a bog of himself grunted tbe pigDo yoM tblnk Ill get to b a bog too7 whined Tommie for no was a least bit scared- I know it continued hits friend Wby I bavo known hundreds of little boys and girls that began by being pIp and grew to be bogs How dreadful said Tommie And what can I do about sn Let me have your milk bottle and you will grow to be a big boy and then perhaps a man said the pig taking the bottle and drinking It dry Tommie looked at bits sadly for bi wanted the milk How about you be asked Me said the pig Oh dont wor ry about me I shall always be a bog Good dllrSt Louis Post Dlspatch Almost Convinced Do you believe In telepathy Well tills morning n unarm paid me n hundred dollars he owed use and this iftcrnoon I got n Utter from my wife liking tara hundredLife- Wants Were Modest I came to ask you for your daugh ter Hut she la the only onu I have Well I dont want but one I hope you dont take me for K bigamist r Carriage Satisfaction Here 1f Buggies Comfortable bodyfinish i carriages invariably give thanNOW sty We repaintrrepair and retire our KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKSo C F HIGGINS Prop Rlchmond Ky Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results nave you heart trouble You have If you And It hard to breath after walking up staIrs exercising etc If you have pain In your left side In cheat back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities pale face blue lips dry cough swolUn ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the taco dlMomfort In sleeping on one aIde Tho only valentine treatment tor this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Sine New Heart Cure Is the prescription of a famout tpectallit whoso great eucctss In treating oUstl lUte nervous heart disease has mode till name preeminent In the medical and xlentino world The medicine wilt cure you We know It We want you to provo IL If first tattle does not benefit your drugctat will give you back your money litUrnesbad I could nut sleep half the nightAnd had to sit up on the aide of the bed loth of times to get breath Three trueWeway but about two and a halt year ego I pamphlet about Dr Miles New heart Lure and thought I would try a few bottles After using them I recovered and have bad better lioallli since then than before for several years can heartily recommend them for heart lelorDapUetFREEVrlte lo us for Mils TriAl a of Or Antl RemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It COLUJOltTOIUI 111111111 HtII days Richmond INDIGESTION I troubled with Thedford Black I took la 7 runa BAIlAIi Ii BUtRVIBLOBllttUTllle Th Black Draught quickly invigorates ac tion et and cures even chrunio cases indigestion If you will a Black Draught occa atonally you will keep your tARDRAUGMTMore constipation than by any disease TLedfurds Black tlraught not lieres constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular 6coot DlackDrauRbt bowelsISotlAdaien consTiPATion ooP Phaetons RunaboutsSurries TrapsDurable Graceful Useful stylishI II Wo have bought thoIMoat Shop Known ns tlio Mniwoj Moot Store Main Street and 1IJRnclamid for fair treatment t Your tunic itolictod Intro I Durham Bros II Min Street Itarcn Ky L Tho Special build Tennessee Wagons make them the drairnblo any wagons tho markot 2j in running gnur H2M 3 in running gear 1500 cwih Sold by jay A P SETTLE Depot Street Iloren Ky 1111 I + 1 +1111 11111 +1111 H 1111 25 Percent Off For the next 30 on the Celobrat ed White Mountain Refrigerators Largo Stock to select from ARBUCKLE SIMMONS R Main Street KyIIIIIIIIHI WM tolD aoh trouble roodItore medicine tad Jfords of of small dose of Thed ords perfoct THEDFORDS other only re All drugilits sell packages R ou us in of moot of on cash Jr era e iaaalas stem- antlbldetN drin-4 lb ernuln- eWqw 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