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Digital page images are linked to the text file. +H+ H vi I I I I Jvr of I I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Snttrtit ollAt Potteflet at Sena Ay ai neond t clew malim- alterItl1iH1Ii1IIIIIIIt1lIII 11 1VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1904 One dollar a year NO 20 I IDEAS Bard rubs polishcubs 1nicticiil jokes aro monkey tricks t Y Small cares dull thocdgo of groat sorrowsA of genius requires a genius for work TAKE NOTICE Election Day is Tuesday November 8thOur next weeks issue will contain the full election returns up to Um limo of going to press on Thursday FROM THE WIDE WORLD Time American consulate at Amoy Ohms wan defltroytil by tire The relllohof former President Knigor of the Transvaal Republic 7ern en route from The Hague to Africa for filial interment A treaty providing for the settlement by arbitration of pt wlblo ilispntofi bohnoclI Frnneo and the United States lets been signed by Secretary Hay and French Ambas sador JuHfturlnnd A series of official reports of thin Immbardment of Port Arthur by the Japanese IIIIH reached iTokio The burden of the reporta is that the JiiMinwto form urn attacking with incrfnsing effectiveness and ore in dieting heavy damage on the Russian forts CourtlIII in unhand ut a place called the Hague a court to which disputes bo twiMiii nations CUll bo referred There is no power to oolllpd nations to take their difliciiltic to the Hague but the Court is ready if the nations iignti to leave any quarrel to lw ar bitrated by It Last week Russian ships Jlrwl lute a fleet of fifth IIII traits and there was u hot dispute ax to what neology and reparation then Kutwians owed the English Both nations have ngret l to leave it to time Court of the Rogue and HO a x wiblo war has bwn stopped before it gnu IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Sh01hilJl Intl dratroycd property worth 75XX New forks big subway has ln4n thrown open to the public Bottom in New York are offering four to one in favor of Roosevelt Former Gov George K Nash of Ohio dnpMxl dead in his bath room A grain elevator containing 370000 bushels of barley collapwd at Buf falo N Y entailing a lass of JUSO 000 The fourth trial of former Mayor Ames of Minneapolis on time charge of grafting reunited in a disagree mni nit President Roosevelt issued a pro clamation setting apart Thursday November 2nA n dayof thanks givingThe report of the Commissioner of Education shows the attendnneo at the public schools of the United States in 1003 to helve IKHMI 10001 401Dan Patch never lost a race at eight years old holds the halfmile record mile pacing record 100 milo to wagon 1571 mill to two mile record 117 and other re cords Americans are eating lows pork In 1850 one hundred Americans ate in a year on an average 01 sheep 118 lungs 2Scattle In 1000 only f0 sheep 43 hogs and 20 cattle but more breadstuff vegetables and fruit At the Worlds Fair the Baldwin airship made another successful Might at an altitude of 1000 feet the thaw consumed being thirtynix minutes Tim vessel landed on tho exact spot selected by tho navigator and thin enthusiasm of tho spectators exceeded that of the previous day COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Mrs Phoebe Ann linger mother of State Auditor linger is dead Civil Service examinations for a number of nico positions will lx holed next month in Louisville Tho Court of Appeals has decided that tho of Phar macy is exempt from taxation On motion of Republican repre sentatives fortytwo registrations woro marked doubtful in Louisville Tho monument erected over tho grave of Capt Ed Porter Thompson 1ut Frankfort will bo unveiled with appropriate ceremonies November 3 Tho Kentucky Synod of tho Cum lx rland Presbyterian Church ad jour tdat Paducah to meet next year at Greenville f Lexington was chosen for tho location of tho projxisod Widows tumid Orphans Homo by tho Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias In session at Franklin 1 THE CITIZEN 4 + fits4aa + oo ifiesa ELECTION NOVEMBER 8th Every Voter a Juror This is what our Country says You are a voter Your country has brougnt you up given you a chance protected you and now she asks you to protect her Your vote is not something which you have a right to reel or use for your own benefit Your country asks you to help decide what is best for her for all the people for your children You are not to vote for any friend for any party but for the welfare of all the people that means for your Country- A President is to be elected to serve this country for the next four years It will be Theodore Roosevelt or Alton B Parker Your country asks you to hear both sides ask God to guide you use your best judgment as a man should do under oath on a jury and decide which of these men would do your country the most good That is your right and your duty when you go alone into the election booth next Tuesday to put your mark under the logcabin or the rocster VOTE FOR THE GOOD OF YOUR COU- NTRY00hM Nhhfi HHHO Another Campaign Meeting In acconlancu with previous notice 11011 J L McCoy of Lexington addressedan audience in tho Tuber uncle in the afternoon of the 1st inst A goodly number of citizens were present and the interest was well sustained Prof Dodge as chairman spoke for fifteen minute compli menting the patriotism of our fellow citizens of all partite but recounting the triumphs of tho Republican party in the faro of Democratic opposition Mr McCoy was then introduced and spoke an hour and a quarter ills remarks were conciliatory and well calculated to win over opponents He said that President Roosevelt himself the chief issue this year mad lie nnswored the objections to Roose volt in a most convincing mil eloquent manner Election Returns There will Ixj a meeting in tho Tulxirnaclo Tuesday night at 010 for receiving election returns Await lug later despatches speeches will be made by Dr Hubbell Prof Dodge Prof Marsh anti others Social privileges will IM granted Admis lion roc For Sale Nice clover hay loose House cured Delivered in Berea for tOc a hundred when not less than ton is purchn1eclIhay about clover For further particulars address S C TUDOR Boron Ky A man may smile and be a villain but be cannot hold bis Job as one on the stage If be does A man feels complimented to be called a sly dog but Just try deceitful puppy on him once Gray hair Is seldom caused by In tellectual effort One peculiarity about money IB tbat It token so much longer to earn It tban It does to spend It All fruits and vegetables taste so strongly of money these days tbat It really takes away ones appetite A baby does not see why any one else should want to sleep when It U not sleepy Some women never celebrate their birthday until they can Invite their crandcMldreu DISENCHANTED Original I tell In loe wltb the name of Cyril St Cyr the Treat actor as soon as I heir It Soon after my fiance George Mural took me to him play Nt Cyr took the part of a civil engi err upon whose nmiiiiKOinent rested a Kmit enterprise The thoughtful es prvn lon of his face his noble brow mile massive head were all well titled to the part He was not only star In imine lint In reality The whole play- hung tipon him I nlghcd when I left the theater Cyril Kt Cyr and George Marsh there won as much difference In the men In the name George was a good fellow had been graduated with honors nt college and was a gentleman but he was not Cyril St Cyr Within two weeks I had seen St Cyr play three times While Georges pho tograph prettily trained decorated my dressing case St Cyrs was In my handkerchief case where no eye but urine ever saw It and from which I took It many times during the day and every night before going to bet to gaze on It rapturously Week after week Cyril St Cyr grew more splendid week after week George Marnh snore com monplace It was pltiln to me that I had made u mistake I was of an artistic temperament and George was a busi ness man With me the world was net not buidneiM with George it was busi ness not art and when he claimed that the two were incompatible I men tioned St Cyr mal the money he coined every night One evening my dream received a shuck At dinner several people were discussing the great actor Everything about him said a lady Is artistic even to Isis name Ills name said one of the men St Cyr Isnt Ids name lies Thomas Ilranagan Murphy I gave a gasp and looked for some one to refute the statement as a base allegation but no one seemed to think there was anything Improbable or unusual In It When I looked at my treasure thnt night I put It back Into my handkerchief case disappointed There were the same noble expression lofty brow and massive head hut somehow they did not fit Thomas Bran agan Murphy One evening George came In liurrled ly and asked me to get ready at once to go to the theater lie had made the acquaintance of St Cyr and we were to go behind the scenes I flew up stairs and down again my heart throb bing like a kettledrum We were at the theater half an hour or more before the play began and wont directly to the stage door We were admitted on Georges sending In a card and asked to come to Mr St Cyrs dressing room At the door we were given chairs while some one was Inside with the actor The door was open and we could hear what was saidI have considered your proposition to write me up said tho sonorous voice of St Cyr and accept It pro vided you permit mo to do tbe writing myself Here Is what I have written Cyril St Cyr tho greatest living actor owes his success to mile natural adaptation for his work There is noth lug artificial about him In private life ho Is the character of the molest brainy engineer he personates I heard no moro of this which was already sulllclont to destroy my dream of that sublime modesty I had seen in my adored one I fancied George was watching me and took out my hand kerchief to conceal a blaze In my cheeks muttering something about a stuffy atmosphere Presently a man came out folding up a paper and hur fled away Another cnme to the door and said in St Cyrs voice Come In Mr Marsh I have five minutes before I begin to dress This wasnt Stl Cyr It couldnt be- St Cyr St Cyr was a god This man was as ordinary a creature as I ever saw Tine noble brow was a bald dome the mssslve head was the shape of a football the ears stuck out like those of an ape Ills body was thick his legs were thin Ho was llurphy I will never call him St Cyr again He put out a big red band to me then banded me a sent and said to George You wont mind If I make up my lied and face will you Y George assured him that we would not and sitting on a stool before a mirror ho put on a whole head hair and all slipped springs over his ears then covered his pug nose with a Ho paintIJrllahltlficial with the natural As he worked he talked floe line of business were doing Mr Marsh The secret of ray success Is knowing how to do it Most youug people who go on the stage waste a lot of time blundering oboist art It Isnt art Its business The only art In It Is to fool the public especially the silly young Theres thin letters I got today pointing from young ladles who ad mire thus stuffed Lend Dont open lay more omit I like to get cm I never knew a great run without cm When ho came to a pause I told George I couldnt stand the air In there and asked him to take me out At the stage door I told him I didnt want to star for the play We got Into the car range and George told the coachman to drive home AH soon as we were seated I saw that George was laugh IngDont fence sweetheart he said that I havent noticed your Infatua tion It has cost me cigars and liquor for a week spent on Murphy to secure the privilege of taking you to see him is tie Is I am now Mrs Marsh and perfectly satisfied with my husband ALICE HUNT Humor na Philosophy By DUNCAN H SMITH Copyright ltot by Duncan M Smith JmE SPRINKLING CART The time now npproachti when one may expect The das to get awfully hot You then from your wardrobe with great rue elect The airiest things you have sot And when you have dressed 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CALL AND SEE US rRESCRIPTIONS SrrCIALTf H C WOOLF Prop i I I IIIl i o- frl THE CITIZEN JAMBS M RACER Publisher ItKHKA KENTUCKY THEIR LITTLE GIRL CANTO Tim FIRST stow tonoeomellke and ctlll It seems Inco she aint here no moro I never knew how big a place It wig she filled before miss the songs too that she sung and mil she mope around As bud ma though wed west meal put our girl down In the ground liiftld of dresMn sr up tint and clvln er away It all seems long ago and Tit twait only yesterday How proud and glad he seemed to be when It was done at tact And they was man and wife and by a lovln bond held fast And she looked up nt trim and smiled and fur as could see Appeared to have clean plump forgot abont her ma and me Shed only eyes for him she left us standln lonely there Ai hog as he was by her side I guess she didnt care And ylt to think how once shed rut her head agin my breast dud tell me I would always be the one shed love the best Shed never go away she said unless went along And Sunday mornlni often she would wake me with a sons Indoh how well mind the day she come to make me glad I see her still Jlst as she lay alookln at her dad Haw proud we washer ma and me when she commenced to creep And hew wed hustle out of bed If she would even peep And how wo watched and how we prayed through many many a night And how we worked and saved and planned to make her burdens light lit tiere we are alone shes gone Some how It seems aa though Instill of startln yesterday shed left us years ago the locked back emllln when she went I seen ur through my tsars Ilehlnd us gladness lay ahead are long and loiely years The louse seems big and dark the sun Id almost swear has ceased To light things up the way It done before she started Itasl- Sq heres tho end of all the dream that mado us Glad before The little girl the good Lord sent belongs to us no more- CANTO THE SECOND I made a slight mistake It seems a little while ago VVhen she got married and when ma matted around and took It so- Ave thought wed lost our girl we thought the day she went away Phed never more be llvln here aslngln blithe and gay But rtiea cone back and hes here too It seems lie lost his job And gosh the rextln he kllllloGlt up Go long there Dob S U Klser In Chicago RecordHorald I T Our Mysterious Passenger BY ROBERT DAWSON RUDOLF UK last whistle had gone the good byes had all been said and the lIt tie tender the final link between us sad Old England was edging away waarwe were slowly sliding down the river Mersey when a little steam launch carted after us and bringing up along side allowed a man with a small bag In his hand to leap on to the flimsy platform which was grudgingly low 111 for him from the great ships e lde The proverbial late passenger Crumbled the old stagers and then dIe appeared below to arrange their cabins before dinner while the green ones stayed on deck and watched the low shores gradually disappear in the dis tance and gathering gloom- I myself belonged to the former class of passengers and soon having donned a slouch cap made my way to the smoking room where during the many voyages which I had to make most of my waking hours were wont to be spent nut quick as I was In getting there the late passenger had already put in an appearance and soon he and I were talking away and dis cussing the last news which we would have for some daysnothing of Im portance certainly a small railway accident a bank robbery and a mysterious murder were the chief Items which the papers spread through many columns As regards the last Item the rumor was that the murderer had been tracked to Liverpool and It was sus pected that he would try to get away sselsDyhere exclaimed my companion as he ran for drinks and proffered me a second cigar Much traveling and mixing with my fellow men have made me very chary of voluble strangers but this man seemed to be an exception and before we had been talking for an hour we were the best of friends and had exchanged cards and found mutual acquaintances which made us remark II people always do on such occasions that the world was small J A SMITH Representing Jonii Drown Son VVboletale Provlilun Merchants London was tho Inscription on his card It seemed that he had decided a the very last moment to cross by this boat to Canada and had not even had time to Rd a ticket at the Gfllce Thus It was that I proposed that he should occupy the spare berth In my cabin and bunting up the purser we soon ar ranged this and also for seats at the aaric table In the saloon My acme friend was a neatly dressed man tit perhaps 40 years of age of medium height with curly brown hall and a keen searching eye which gave one the Impression that ho was all hare At dinner ho proved to bo the life of our table and this first meal which as a rule Is n thing to Ixi dreaded owing to the suspicious reserve of the overage Britisher on such occasions passed oft with much merriment ol which Smith was tho center Afterwards In the smoking room his stories eenIIngNever did I sea a man so quick at making friends as was this cabin mate- o mine Before we had been out three days ho knew every male saloon passenger intimately and called many by their Christian names lie did not seem to care much for the society ot the gentler sex and we all laughed at his excuso that he was shy Jim Smith shy indeed We all called him Jim Smith by now and some even Jim A more openhanded fellow It would be hard to find and ho never seemed to take offense at the free way in which his generosity was abused by some of the shabbier passengers lie would bring a whole box of cigars up to the smokingroom and give them away In handfuls While not averse to a game of cards his chief amusement seemed to be talking and when the rest of the smokingroom habitues were deep In poker he would as often as not take up with one of the quieter passengers and sit talking or would walk the deck with him for hours The weather had been fine so far but there are always some people who are seasick however calm It be and there were several such on board Smith made some excuse about perhaps knowing some of the Invalids to hunt them up in their cabins one by one There he would stay by the hour proscribing champagne and generally act Ing the good Samaritan to these ne glected ones The Intermediate passengers next began to enjoy his friendship and for a day or two he charmed them as he had done us Intermediate passengers am usually rather sensitive about their position and think that the saloon ones are sldey as there Is not usually much Intercourse between the classes but here was a gentleman after their own hearts and they welcomed him with enthusiasm Rut they did not please him as milch as he did them and soon he deserted them for the steerage I attempted to remon strate with him one evening as we were going In to dinner and he had been forward the whole day but only got snubbed for my pains Soon the tailors were his chums and then the stokers he would be down In the stokehole for hours taking a hand as he laughingly told me and certainly getting very dirty This was the last straw and the saloon passengers sent a deputation to the captain and I gladly Joined it requesting that Mr Smith should not be permitted to enter the saloon If he should persist in get ting dirty ford The captain Sent for the accused and his very appear ance condemned him as he emerged from a companionway leading from the stokehole and slouched all dirty Illdressed and hangdog looking What a change since the first day when ho had captured us by his charm of person and conversation The cap tains remonstrance only called forth an Indignant reply to the effect that the stokers were a better lot of men than all the rest of us put together Nothing remained but for us to put him Into Coventry and this we did most thoroughly moved to another cabin anti the scat on either side of him at table became vacant At each meal he would appear eat silently and then at once go ford again As If to complete his descent In the social scale he became especially attached to a downdraft rascal of a stoker and tho two were Inseparable One day this scoundrel refused to carry out somo order and on his being pressed to do so struck the officer on duty with a shovel He was at once arrested and put In irons Smith was Indignant but could do nothing nor could ho get a sympathetic ear when he tried to defend his shady friend About the time that the Canadian coast first camo Into view a rumor was started no one knew by whom that this versatile man this J A Smith as he called himself might be the mur derer who was expected to have escaped from Liverpool by one of the outward bound vessels on the day that we left Some ono reminded the smoke room audience that the fellow had boarded us after the police officer who hail looked through the ship had left on the tender A large reward had been offered eo the last papers said to anyone who would give Information which would lead to the villains arrest nnd It was Interesting to note what a run there was on these weekold papers One manan old Jewwas ten cutting out the meager description of the wanted fugitive Centalnly this description might have been of Smith but equally so of half a dozen other men on board so indefinite was It More than ever It possible we avoided the man Some were for having him arrested at once but a lawyer amongst us Voiced the general opinion that this was out of the question and besides he was safe enough whilst miles of ocean rolled between us and the nearest shore This was the state of things on the morning when we were hailed by the pilot Many were the speculations as to whether the authorities at home lould have tracked the murderer by now and whether ar ofllcer would not be on board the pilot boat to arrest him lint no only the weatherbeaten- old man whom I had often seen before scrambled up the side lie brought off with him a bundle of news papers which we were soon eagerly perusing Jut nothing much had hap pened ta tho eight day during which we bad been lIt to the world A fw lines In a Canadian paper said that th murderer had been tracked to Liver pool but ve knew that much ulrnidy and thought that we knew a great deal moreThe captain wnntcO to put n mtpie of stowaways ashore by the pilot oat one of them being the refractory mnl er but Smith mnde such an uproar about this vowing that ho wmtrl RO with his friend and would write to the papers so that the ohm man weakly gave in and started nftiilu e Quebec Some hinted that the captain did not want to lose Smith and thr possible re ward for the detection of the murdurer Wo reached Quobov late nt night and a cold night at that The stowaways were fit once ordered on shore and again Smith raised a hubbub about such cruelty Well anyhow If the stoker must go then he would go with him and tu should have his top coat Wo watched the strange cou plo go down the gangway arm and arm and an outandout pair of rascals they looked Rut Smith must be the wanted man all the same someone was muttering when hullo what Is happening a scuffle on the wharf and several loafers there are all grabbing the stoker at once while Smith stands aside from his quondam friend and coolly lights a cigarette a smile of quiet triumph the while spreading over his face and chasing away from It the rascally hangdog look which it hail worn for days We watched the stoker dragged struggling nnd horror stricken police van which wns waiting near hIand then Smith heaving what looked like a sigh of contented relief stepped smiling up the gangway ngaln into our midst He made straight for the captain who stood np one timed and the two disappeared Into the tatters cabin but tb1belltotmanner once more upon soon we learned the truth lit hU strange doing It seems that he was a detective ofllcer of well knnwn Scotland Yard repute The authorities In London had learned ai we had already heard that the murderer of whom we had read had sot as far as Liverpool and they thought that ho would try to escape on ono of the throe vowels sailing when we did So an ofllcer was ordered to board each of the three steamers and thus Detective Ofllcer Itoblnson alias J A Smith traveled with us Ho did not know whether his quarry was on board nt all much less did he know In what capacity he would travel and hence he decided to make the acquaintance of every man on board hoping thus to come across his man It will be remembered that the authorities had only the most meager knowledge of the murderers appearance We had been at sea for nearly a week and he had suspected several of the passengers myself amongst the number so he said before he came across the stowaway who was working as a stoker Him he spotted In sonic way and from that moment stuck to him as we had seen At the pilot station ho wasI afraid that he was going to love but as wo saw persuaded the captain to take him on to Quebec and himself sent a cypher message to till police at that port to be waiting for us When asked why he had not arrested his man as soon as he had recog nised him he replied that he hall made friends with him Instead and had thus extracted much evidence of the mans guiltHow he soothed the rufllcd feelings of the old man for not haying con fided In him we never hoard but he somehow succeeded thoroughly and as he shook hands nil round and went ashore for the second time we raised a cheer for our friend Jim Smith who had suffered so much at our handsHe loft Quebec that night on an outwardbound mall steamer for Liver pool with his man and we heard some time later that murderer was convicted and hanged for the perpetration of as dastardly and coldblooded a crime as had occurred in recent years Canadian Magazine Tolil of n Wllorr The widow said I W Head of Nashville furnishes the most delightful study to the observer of the tricks and mannes of human beings One summer he continued in a ruminating manner I was spending some time at White Sulphur Springs VaI only tell this as an Illustration of the acumen and Intelligence of the genus widow and one afternoon a handsome young woman and her little Cycarold eon sat near me on the veranda The little fellow trotted up to me and I patted Rim on the head Whats your name he asked told him Is you married l he lisped No Im not I replied Then the child paused a moment and turning to his mother sold Mama what else did you tell me to ask hlmT Louisville Herald Ill tliMum A short whllo ago a tradesman noted for his business Integrity or honesty railed upon an accountant to examine his books before filing his petition In bankruptcy The account ant after going through the accounts found that the assets were only suffi clent to pay the creditors three shill tags In the pound and be acquainted his client v Ith the fact The trades mans startling reply was Well have always been able to jtpy live shillings In the pound before to will make up the difference out of my own pocliCt SmltV Weekly M APPLETIME We let loves to no to cranmai Apple time When the trees let loaded awful An we climb N Ret lit all the beauties Kvry one Up fort day to help era gather Awful fun Gret ME Ifttldwlni yaller Midas Sour crnbd Kelt when wo see cur beauties We Ift grabs Applorde n apple dumpllne eider too isen wo have to have doctor Toro were through We lit loves to co to Kfanmas An to climb When the trees lit awful loaded Applotlm St Nicholas LAPPS ARE INDEPENDENT Nominally They Are Subjects of the Gear Virtually They Are Free as the North Wind In the Russian empire Is a race ot people who pro supposed to be under the czars rule but who aro practical ly Independent for time simple reason that the Russian soldiers cannot get at them Everybody has heard of Lapland In northern Europe but there are two kinds of Lapland One Is on the very edge of the continent In a country MI barren and desolate that about the on living creatures In It are tho reindeer on which the northern Lapp exists the wolves which live on the reindeer and the Lapp himself In this territory says the New York Tribune the herder Lapps roam at will The country to more passable In winter than In summer for It Is traversed by numerous rivers and marshes which can be crossed only when froien over unless the traveler carries his boat on his back hut with the coming of winter the Lapps utllli the Icebound rivers as thoroughfares In 11ItI Till HOME OF A LAPP encampment The resting places of these nomads within the arctic circle depend upon tho moss patches the food of the reindeer When It has been oaten off the ground they must strike camp and x elsewhere As a herd of 100 deer will soon strip half a dozen acres of the moss growth It does not take long fir them to eat up everything around the settlement even the shoots of the bitch and wll low tries as far up us they can reach So away goes the band and the place may bo deserted for several years as IIt requires three or four seasons for tho mess again to spread over the ground from which It has been eaten This Is why tho Lapp wanders through valley and over plain as does the tribesman of the desert Ho must move to live but this sort of life has sharpened his wits and he U as shrewd at driving a bargain as the pivJverblal Yankee or Scotchman It Is not strange that the oged women arc ugly when It U remembered that years of holding over the fireside with the inevitable pipe have smoked them within and without al most Into living mummies When placed In hT pulkah during the fam fly migration grandmother Is aa bur ied In furs as tho youngest baby and when tho tent is put up at the new en campment she Is the tint to be car ried In The fact U that the true Lapp looks after his old batter than his young Ho may bo J thief liar and vagabond but this can bo set down to his credit After the aged como the reindeer then the younger women and children The average Lapp of the north country bate water as much as a cat docs Such a thing us a wash Is ul most unknown In thu winter tam Illes of a dozen or more live In their little snow covered huts crowded to gcthor like sardines In a can The wa ter they need for cooking and drink trig comes from the snow and fuel Is no settee that the Idoi of melting snow for bathing would bo considered a crime Consequently who spring comes they leave their tents with their skins nearer the color of leather than a human tint the results of combining dirt and smoke The Es qui man has boon called the dirtiest race on ctih but It iu a question if the Lrpp cannot glvs nn Esquimau DoioU and heal him to thU respect LAZIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH They Live on the Gold Coast of West Africa and Are Known as the Fautls In most civilized countries laslncts Is looked upon as a vice It a man does not work neither shall he cat Is tho rule In such nations hut In tropical lands where nature U very kind food can al most always be had for tho mere gather- Ing This will explain why the Fautls of tho west African Gold Coast will not work A penny a day will enable a Pant to live like a flshtlng cock Why there fore should he distress himself If he wants any little extra such as tobacco CA1UIILL TUB UA1UIOUB ON TIIEIH HEADtt or trans drink It It even then hardly necessary tbat he should work for It for IB there not his wife Ho believes in a fair division of labor the wlferarns the living and he conrumos It A hundred FunUs will do loss than a dozen English navvlon and do It badly without a overseer Under a Kanll overseer whitI soon begin to shirk the work basking In the sun and by and overncer Joins them Every theI carried on the head Set them to stones from u heap and they will carry them one by one OB their head walking to and fro no matter what the distance A contractor for some buildings at Caps Coast castle introduced wlievlbarrow The antis rose to the occasion They carried the barrows on their heads PUG DRESSED LIKE A BABY How Teddies Mistress Managed to Carry Kim Dack and Forth on Street Cars This Is a real true dog story Hot a pug and a greet pet of bps min trees who U very fond of his floe pedi gree One day she discovered that Ted die could not see as well as usual She foil as sad as If he were a brother or spa ter and a famous oculist was consulted who told htr to bring her pet dog to him They started but a grist obstacle pre seated Itself Conductor after conductor Insisted that the dog should not ride on his car so It was only after getting on snit off about a dozen times that the doctors office was reachedIToddle was as baring his eyes examined and bra mU tress was told she must bring him everyday for a month and all would bo done for him that was possible goTeddles mlstroM wont to a neighbor who had 1I small baby and borrowed an outfit that was not too dainty Toddle kept very quiet while being dressed In the long whlln dress then a cloak and cap and over ths tare a lung nnllilnIThus they started entering a tar If It was tilled up JUmp a man to give the lady carrying little baby a good seat Toddle 1I wagged his little curlrdup tall neither did he eves bark Each day the trip was taken with the same result a good scat and a very quiet baby One day the doctors office was filled with people waiting thehlr turn when a lady turned politely to Toddles mint rots and said My turn comes next but I will wait for you on account of your baby It is so very tiresome to wait with a doctor opened his door at that me- ment and called them both In his pri vate once He said I will show you the very best patient I have nnd took Tcddlo carefully In his arms Ho threw back tho white veil and disclosed tins dogs little pug note and pert little face looking out cutely from under the frills of the cap- Teddle can sea pretty well out of one eye now Ills mistress expected a huge bill for tho experts service but instead she received a receipted bill from time good doctor with a note saying that as Toddle was the first patient he had ever treated of royal dog blood he esteemed It a great honor to have been the meant of helping him Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Japanese Village In Volcano A little Japanese village 30 miles from the town of Kumamoto Is situ ated In the crater of a volcano which may somo day become active again The village lying 900 feet below the top of tho volcano the walla of which are very steep Is quit hidden from sight Its 2000 inhabitants seldom leave the place Easier lllch but Indulgent Undo Harry lay boy givs me u list of tho trades men you owe- Spendthrift Xophow Er uncle heros a list of the fellows dont owe Chi aJo Tribune Tho Result lohnny Papa what does It mean whom you say a man Is Got at reo parleeIt means he hunt any Uluclniuti Commercial rrlondlN1 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD- Tim Table In Effect May 1904 Uotnc North Train 4 Ualty Leave lieren8 48 a m Arrive Richmond A 12 a m Arrive Paris C 28 a m Arrive Cinsinuati7 GO a m loins North = M p Train n Daily Leave Ho tea 12 r5 p in Arrive Richmond 11 p tu Arrive Paris lllS p m Arrive Cincinnati 000 pm cuing forth Train I sally Leave nnII 11 p ni Arrive Livingston 103 p ro tCluln South Train a taity liaroa 11 21 p m Arrive Livingston liiiltOum Train Xo 1 nod Xo C make son aeotloa at Livingston for Jnlllco end the South with No 21 and Xo M W H BOWER Ticket Agent t I DR V H HOBSON IJI Dentist t 110m ootollkcRichmond KI= MONUMENTS Bins Musstss trjBrmlU sad Mar0- 1Rork teIof all kinds don in a workmanlike manner at run onabl price and with dispatch Allwork yiua auteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky rtmivroi Main tD ColUm sussur IOno of Many of SummortoD S C MilTerod for twenty years with the files Specialists were employed and many remedies used but reliot and xrninent ffood was Quad only in DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve This in only one of the many curve that hove been effected by this wonderful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it Is only necessary to twO that you get the genuine De Wilts made by E C UoWitt it Co- In Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures nil kinds of plies cuta burns bruise eczema tetter ringworm Ma die oases etc Sold by East End Drug Co To IiandMy shop is the most eompllItIand up to date in this State for doing all WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc t Edo work for most prominent people of Berea and vlolnltyIWork sent to me by mall or will have prompt charges paid one way erprellllI S G Mt RcrtRENCE Bank of Mt Vernon Savos Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatalattack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Hav Iland of Armond N YilbuL when all other remedies failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings New Discoveryt tiOur niece who had Oon an advanced stage also used thisRwonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other med Icine on earth Infnllbl for Coughs and Colds GOc and 100 bottles guaranteed by East End Drug Co Trial rattles free I sue 1- i I THE CITIZEN H 1HIIi1fi1IIi1iEii1 The Homes s LESTER BILL IMttor M I Ii1i4IHMHHiHHHl I Preventing Fall Colds A cold io just IIH abnormal ns n headache or tootlmclio and Is n condition to lw prevented rattier than remedied I tlout nee how its going to lw prevented the jwrnon with the cold will answer GoodnessI IIIIIIIIIUI I bundle up enough Of conreo he does and that in one of tho troubles In fact them are two sure ways of getting n fall cold ono IH bundling up tho nlioiildont and throat that they are moist with I pempinillon and mnsilivo to every breath ornlr and tho other ill to forget that a cold bath in an much of I n luxury In winter in summer and much morn imjwrtunt to good health in cold weather First there in tho ini ortant task Htimiilatiug tho circulation which can dono by cold baths proper espxciallytiHtginning of good health in frosty jveathor It should bo of necessity bathroomuse a Mimll peas or oil nlovo that will heat n small room In five minutes Fill n tub half full of distinctly cold water very told indeedwhen you get used to tho shock nod if you havo suflicient reaction step at once in the tub kneel dash time water about tilt throat tend chits nail tho waist thin ntand quickly splash over tilt flips and logs Dry quickly with u crash towol and rub with alcohol To inmire tho wiitor quickly oxiing tho jwrua nod starting tho circulation it must lit soft The lxt method by softening anywater in by using a little pure borax I ten RKx nfiilft to half n tub of water The borax water will not only render water more cleansing but actually contains proparthsl that are stimu hating to tho skin and beneficial to tilt circulation If thoro is no tub in tho house 4 p spaujnlAddJailof coldwntur rub dry an tho Iwth progretwH and use tho alcohol over client and throat It1M an excellent plan to do bathIThrow a woolen bath gown around you stand erect near an open window hold tho chest high tho spits straight the hip hack and draw in long slow breaths through tho now and exhale tho air as slowly usx wiblo trough thin month Five minutoH of breathing in this pure air will freshen thin lungs start tho blood moving briskly through tho veins and thoroughly prepare one to face n cold plunge without n shudder and to hOt full boiitfit from It HI Il1ItIIihit1IHI1HAThe JOHN WIRT DIK3MORB Editor +HliIMirMH1MMMHhT- each the News Every enterprising teachor should keep hits pit pins informed iii omit public events Talk to them shout tho Worlds Fair teach them the geographyof Japan I hOIfirst page of the CITIZEN nod explain Milko them understand tho du 11it of tho President nod tho way in which ho is chosen Tell them tho chief nets of Kootfovolt tho Freedom of Cuba tho education of the Fil lipinen tho building up of American industries tho newpr ritycoining to tho South through tho Panama canal For some of these things ho is praised and for some ho is blamed limit thin children ought to know the facts of history which are taking place in their own days The Two Shores nT SUSAN CooLIDOC Upon the rivers brink I stand llenldc the runhlnc waters flow Mud look from ollllie chore t know The Me und dear tmnlllar land Unto another shore which Ho MintYelled beneath the erlmoonlnglkltll This U a shore and that a shore IttKi the earth uruo to riM once more Beyond tho dyers span Ah no the shores arc clar cd In one Tho Mme linn earth goon on goea Though hidden for a llttlo iparv From eye or tnwd of nun Upon another ihore wo stand lltivlilo a darker waters How And rated beyond tlie earth wn know Faint glimpses of another land Dreaming In sunshine half dalred Beyond the riuhlnj river tide Ills Ufa lure and life li there Wo look from fair thing to most lair Tho river rolls between ilintheld and bound and claipo l In one life goes ougoes on ollyfrotnthe farther land ijImmortal cau be roan The Oame of tho Bird Dealers Tho Game of the Bird Dealers is played as follows Tho children stand in a row leaving two ouUido These two represent tho bird dealers Each child represents a bird ono being n crow another n crane an outer n canary and so on Ono bird dealer sayu to tho other JJ wish to buy a bird What kind of a bird f asks tho second dealer- A bird that cnn fly fast says tho dealerVeryvoll answers tho other dealer take what you wish Then says tho first dealer I will take a robin AH soon as tho word is out of his mouth time robin must leap from till row and run around it to escape If ho catches time bird ho puts it into n cage whore it must stay till all the other birds are caught HHH1lHlHHlHlHl The Farm SILAS CBBBVBB MASON Editor +1I11H 1II I IhHI1 HftIIH Picking up rubbish is in order Some of this stuff should go to tho woodpile sonio to tho brush pile and some of it should lo used to fill old holes and washouts Hrush plus harbor insects anti other jHsts Burn these now Tho trimmings of time orchards should bo got rid of These old caps and broken dishes are mean timings to stop over nil winter Why not pick thou up now Afore thaw now than next spring Makij plans now for fall midwinter work What fences will you move What corners will you clean out Some of those old stuniM sad stones con lw removed Are you planning for warns quarters for those pigs this winter or springThe Ix cleaned out now Out the waste from tho hue house out upon tilt land at onco Then whitewash the house thoroughly upon tho inside ujxjn time out side too for that matter hut certain ly tho inside Ilatttm up time crocks mend list roof and plan to have some straw or leaves for them to work in You Join have eggs this winter if you try Sow while it is dry look after time drainage of your barnyard Dont walk around in time slush this winter nor make the animals stand knee deep in mud and fifth Stunt stable floors are damp slipper and un wholesome Now is time time to raise and drain them a SOME FALL FASHIONS The Nlitplnir Shoulder ICITrrl r 1830 Ann u CamluK lulu Voaoc According to the dictum of fashion square shoulders for women nro no longer time thing and In the new styles Is noticeable n tendency to return to tho sloping shoulder effect which was fashionable away back In 1830 The lace bertha Illustrated Is In the 1830 style with closely fitted shoul Thin NEW LACK BEBTIIA derv and is an Irish point pattern with nn Introduction of modern grape ef feet The sun ray skirt is made with pnnno yoke and the waist is plaited and bloused with embroidered girdle The collar is of cord passementerie with two silk tassels In trout This is ono of the seasons novelties The new small fall hat of brown panne velvet with a knot of brown satin under the brim is trimmed with fur covered with dotted chiffon It Mutt Be They say that nil the worlds a stage factAll of their nee Think they can act No Proof There Do you think tho good die young I doubt It You look healthy PERT PARAGRAPHS Many a woman could make a fortune if she had the taco to do it NORTHSEAAFFAIRoThe ish and Russian Governments Progressing Favorably ARE ON THE VERGE OF SETTLEMENT In Spite of These Pacific Conditions Great Britain on Tuesday Ex pcrlcaced a War Panic The Most Extraordinary Feature of This Terrible Scare Is That There Was Not One Single Circum stance to Justify It London Nov 2 Negotiations be tween Great Britain and Russia look ing to a settlement of the North sea affair aro progressing favorably and there Is not the slightest danger of any friction arising between tho two governments Tho constitution of tho international commission under Tho Ragas convention Is on the vergo of settlementIn of these pacific conditions Great Britain Tuesday experienced a war panic that can only bo compared to the panic created on Sunday October 23 when the news of the sinking of tho trawlers in tho North sea was received Not for years have so many alarmist reports and flaming extras flooded London Tho most extraordinary feature of this scare which was serious enough while It lasted Is that there was not ono single circumstance to justify tt Tho excitement started early in tho day when the newspapers announced tho departure of the Russian Baltic squadron from Vigo The public were not In possession of the Information cabled to the United States that only tho officers concerned In the firing on tho British trawlers would bo detached and jumped at the conclusion that Russia had broken faith by not de taining tho vessels Involved In tho af fair On top of this came wild reports of tremendous activity at Gibraltar Hour by hour tho news from Gibraltar became more serious until at last the climax was reached with the announcement that tho British fleet had sailed to meet Rojestvcns kys squadron In hugo type tho pa pars made the parallel statements The British fleet has eleared for ac lion The Russian loot baa sailed No newspaper and no person seem pd able to explain these events Tho reassuring Information available in tho United State that tho sailing of tho Baltic squadron from VIgp was with tho knowledgo of and agreeable to the English government was not oven hinted at by the papers here The news from Gibraltar became more and more alarming and finally the foreign offlco was overrun by reporters Bome of whom brought tho rumor that Adm Borcsford had al ready sunk tho remnant of Adm Ro jestvcnskys fieeL- Ambassador Benkondorff at that moment was quietly discussing with For eign Minister Lansdowno tho person nel of tho International commission but It was popularly rumored that ho was receiving an ultimatum Premier Balfour Adm Sir John Fisher com manderlnchtcf at Portsmouth Lord Sclbourne first lord of tho admiralty and Prince Louis of Battcuburg dl rector of naval Intelligence wero all In conference and It was openly hint ed that they were planning tho first stroke of war As a matter of fact like Lord Lansdowno were engaged In considering names that had been suggested for the International commission SIEGE OF PORT ARTHUR The Attack Begun on October 24 Was Still In Progress October 29 Now York Nov 2 Japanese official reports regarding tho slego of Port Arthur Indicate that tho attack begun on October 24 was still In progress on October 29 the statement being mado that the fire of tho besiegers was in creasing In effectiveness Nothing of Importance has devel oped on tho Sbakhe river where both sides seem to hesitate to assume tho offensive although tho Japanese are tho more active In tho matter of attacks upon Russian positions Member of the Admiralty Council St Petersburg Nov 2Tho govern ment has appointed Adm Haznakoff a member of tho admiralty council as ono of tho International commis sion on tho North Sea affair Tho name of tho second commissioner has not boon announced Reports Are Without Foundation San Francisco Nov 2Fellpo Ga hems local consul general of Guato male Tuesday received advices from his government to the effect that tho recent reports that his country is threatened with a revolution are with out foundation Russian Chaplain Killed Berlin Nov 2A Tangier cable to tho Lokal Anzelger says the chaplain of tho Russian cruiser Aurora who died in a Tangier hospital was struck by a shell from another Russian ves sel during the panicstricken firing oft Hull Premier Balfour Indisposed London Not 2It was announced Tuesday night that Premier Balfour Is slightly indisposed and will as a precautionary measure bo confined to the house for a f r days Ho is gut fering from an irritation of a small vein iej TREATY IS SIGNED Arbitration Between the Governments of the United States and France Established IT MEETS WITH WARM APPROVAL It is Regarded by the French Officials as a Strong Bond Between the Two Republics American Ambassador Porter When Seen Manifested Heartiest Bath faction Over Successful Con clusion of Negotiations Paris Nov 2The nows of tho signing of the arbitration treaty between Franco and tho United States in Washington Tuesday is received here with the warmest expressions of approval particularly In government circles where the treaty Is regarded not only as a strong bond between the two republics but also as an impor tant extension of Foreign Minister Delcaases series of peace treaties The Initiative was taken over a year ago when Baron dEstourncllcs do Constant the leader of tho French ar bitration movement wrote to Presi dent Roosevelt expressing the hope tbat the AngloFrench entento might have as a sequel a FrancoAmerlcan entente President Roosevelt express ed his hearty approval saying tbat Secretary Hay would take up tho question In tho meantime Foreign Minister Delcasso and Ambassador Porter went over tho subject hero and Secretary Hay and Ambassador Jesse rand opened preliminary negotiations The French officials were favorable throughput and regretted postponement owing to the question over Spanish ratification When Ambassa dor Jusserand was here recently M Delcasso again conferred with him on the subject Since the ambassadors return to Washington reports indicat ed that former difficulties bad been removed and the news of the signing of the treaty brings the realization of what the officials had long desired Ambassador Porter when seen Tues day night manifested tho heartiest satisfaction at the successful conclu sion of tho negotiations Ho said that tho relations between tho United States and Franco were fortunately so cordial that it was to bo hoped tho terms of the treaty might never bo invoked However he added the document would exercise a highly benefl clal Influence In giving definite treaty form to the long existing friendship of two governments and peoples The public and press strongly approve of the treaty mainly because of the friendly attitude of Franco to ward the United States and also rts another notable achievement of M Delcasso whoso recent pacific influ ences In the AngloRussian crisis have emphasized the benefit resulting from the various ententes ho has succeed ed In establishing THE LARABEE MURDER Six of the Accessories Were Killed By Persian Troops Washington Nov 2Mr Pearson United States minister to Persia Tuesday cabled the state department that bo has emphatically reiterated his unequivocal demand for tho just and proper punishment of those responsible for the murder of Dr tarn bee the American missionary Mr Pearson also reported that ho had just been told by the minister for foreign affairs who resolved his Information from tho crown prince that six of the accessories to tho murder while en deavoring to escape wore killed Mon day afternoon by Persian forces and that the remainder of the gang is be ing pursued actively by the military By way of retribution for Larabcos mutilation tho Persian military com mander had two of tho ringleaders de capitated and their heads exposed on bayonets Army Transport Sherman Sails San Francisco Nov 2rho army transport Sherman sailed for Honolulu Guam and Manila with many cabin passengers a number of troops about 1000000 in Philippine pesos and MOO tons of supplies for the sol diem in tho Philippines Monthly Circulation Statement Washington Nov Tbo monthly circulation statement shows that at the close of business October 31 1904 the total circulation of national bank notes was 457231500 an Increase for the year of 37670817 and for tho month of 1202092 Receipts and Expenditures Washington Nov 2The monthly comparative statement of the govern ment receipts and expenditures shows that for the month of October 1904 the total receipts wore 48990608 an increase as compared with October 1903 of 2027395 The Mexican Lean Mexico City Nov 2 Banker Jas Speyer of New York who floated tho recent 40000000 gold loan for this government left for New York All the details of tho loan havo been arranged with Finance Minister Llman tour Wiil Cruise In the Mediterranean Washington Nov 2The European squadron which baa been visiting English ports for several weeks past started Monday for Gibraltar and will spend the winter cruising In the Modi Urranets NEWS IN KENTUCKY CIVIL ACTIONS DISMISSED The Defunct Industrial Mutual Deposit Co Cases Lexington Ky Nov 2All civil ac tions against the officers of the defunct Industrial Mutual Deposit Co to recover funds for tho benefit of creditors was dismissed by an agreement with the receivers Tho suits aggregated 80000 By tho compromise tho defendants pay 7500 and transfer to the receiver all the claims against the Germanla Guar anty Co of Covington The receiver accepted the 7500 be cause the defendants allege that they were Insolvent The same course of procedure will doubtless bo adopted as to all other similar companies which went to tho wall hero three years ago entailing criminal actions This does not affect criminal proceed ings IMPORTANT DECISION First Come First Served the Gist of Ruling In Harbours Case Frankfort Ky Nov 2The court of appeals decided that when a man Is wounded in one county and dies In another his slayer must be tried In that one of the two counties the olE cers of which first arrest him The suit was brought to decide whether John R T Harbour should be tried in Louisville or in Bullltt county Francis Hagan was spot by Barbour in Bullltt county He died in Louis yule Hagan was first arrested by Bullltt county officers and the court hero says he must be tried there ACCIDENTALLY WOUNDED A Load of Shot Penetrated His Abdomen and He May Die Covin lon Ky Nov2Edward Hollan aged 14 of Spring Lake Ky about 12 miles from Covlngton will likely dlo from a gunshot wound caused by the accidental discharge ot- a gun Hollan was practicing with his new shotgun Tuesday afternoon on his fathers farm Fatigued he sat down on a log for a rest lie forgot to let down the hammer and while handling the gun the trigger snapped the contents of tho shell striking him almost full In the stomach Ills condition is said to be critical Whisky Firm Bankrupt Louisville Ky Nov 2Tho firm of L Oppenheimer Co whisky dealers was adjudged bankrupt by Judge Evans Time voluntary and involun tary petitions wore consolidated The firm went into bankruptcy about two weeks ago listing liabilities at 116 000 and assets at 81000 Live Stock Suffering For Water Covington Ky Nov 2Tho scare ity of water throughout Campbell county duo to a long dry period is causing much suffering to tho live stock of farmers Springs thought to have been everlasting havo given out for the first time in the memory of the oldest Whabltants Turkeys Are Scarce Covington Ky Nov 2 According to reports received by poultry dealers from their agents In the surrounding states the turkey crop will be unusu ally small and a 20centperpound wholesale market is predicted for Thanksgiving day Thursday Novem ber 24 Young Boy Loses His Leg Hopklnsvlllo Ky Nov 2Hugh Witt the 13yearold son of Sylvester Witt of this city while attempting to get on nn L N freight train at Casky fell under tho wheels and his right leg was so badly crushed that amputation was nocessary Became Insane In a Depot Louisville Ky Nov 2Mrs lIon ore McCarty wife of Dennis McCarty became violently Insane Tuesday aft ernoon at tho Seventh Street depot where she and her husband and daughter were to board a train for Coving ton their futuro home Burglars Active In Latonia Latonla Ky Nov 2 Burglars have transferred tho scene of action to La tonla They secured an entranco into the saloon of Henry Dennler In Main street Monday night by removing a transom Several other places woro robbed Led Him To Hfs Death Loulsvlllo Ky Nov 2WhileGrace Hosklns 13 was leading her brother Leonard 10 across the Louisville Nashville tracks at Ninth and Main streets the boy was struck by a passenger train and Instantly killed Prominent Attorney Expires Nlcbolasvlllo Ky Nov 2Ben H Campbell aged 57 years a prominent lawyer died hero after a lingering ill ness The funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the homo of his brother H B Campbell s Young Man Killed By a Train Lettchfleld Ky Nov 2Jas Smith aged 23 years son of Samuel Smith of near Millwood was killed by an Illinois Central train two miles south of Millwood It is thought he went to sleep on tho track His Burns Proved Fatal Newport Ky Nor 2Henry liar ker the 14yearold boy who was tor ribly burned near his home Monday night by his clothing catching fire from a bonfire died Tuesday after noon SAILED LIKE A BIRD Second Successful Flight of thefBaldwin Airship UndeiKnab Ii enshues Guidance Made HE MANEUVERED IT AT WILL The Machine Then Descended on the Exact Spot on Which It Was Decided to Land Wednesday the Daring Navigator Will Attempt 15 Mile Flight Over a Des ignated Course Choice to Be Left to Newspaper Men St Louis Nov 2A second suc cessful flight of tho Baldwin airship was made at the Worlds fair Tuesday under the guidance of A R Knabon shue of Toledo 0 who maneuvered the California Arrow at will high above the western portion of tho exposition ground and descended in tho stadium adjoining the aerial concourse amid the cheering thousands after a flight of 36 minutes k AUght breeze of probably three miles an hour was blowing from tho southwest when tho Arrow was brought out of the aerodrome Tues day Knabonshuo was instructed by Mr Baldwin to mako a flight of half an hour and to maneuver In the vicin ity of the concourse but in descending to land without the enclosure Im nil ready start tho motor ho said Baldwin gave tho motor wheel a turn and the little engine energetically began its chugchugchug revolving the propeller fans Lightly as a bird the airship rose abovo tho heads of the cheering spectatorstgracefully cleared tho high proceeded due north mounting higher and higher each instant After reach- Ing an altitude of about 300 feet Knab enshue waved his cap to the specta tors and then swept his rudder to veer the Arrow to the south Al most before the rudder had completed the turn the Arrow began respond lug and slowly swung around In a fy circle until tho prow pointed to tho southwest against the wind Then Knabenshue tilted the Arrow upward and began ascending His course was directly across the con course and his movements wero plain ly discernible Ho peered closely In to the motor which seemed to havo suddenly died down and began work ing at the controlling lover After a moment tho propeller seemed to gain renewed energy and the propeller revolved with ijpeed The young aero naut then threw out some ballast and sand and stood toward tho rear or tho framework tilting the prow upward Ifan7Thenfor the southwest breasting the wind Then he made a complete turn and camo directly back over the concourse Once more he turned and proceeded to the southeast Then tho airship pointed toward tho southwest and receded In a straight lino for a mile Field glasses brought to bear on the daring navigator showed that he was coolly directing his ship and that all was well Then the airship circled to the cast turned again to the north veered to tho northwest and at a good Kpecd camo back to tho vicinity of tho concourseWhen almost abovo the concourse the Arrow changed its course again and proceeded directly cast for halt a mile then made a turn and retracediuntil well over the stadium swung to the northwest and proceed ed until it had passed almost a mllo northwest of the exposition grounds A turn was then made within a radius of presumably 75 feet and Knabenshuo headed toward the east and back over the concourse He then performed a series of maneuvers shooting In ono direction for a short distance turning quickly and shooting off in the opposite direction r traversed a letter S course dipped and camo down several hundred feet tilted the prow and ascended again j to the original altitude and completed tho series by turning the airship in such a short spaco that it seemed tho vessel swunground on a pivot Proceeding to tho northwest until he had reached about the point of hIs prevl ous trip in that direction he turnedttho airship sharply around stated later he pulled tho rope that releases tho gas Then ho inclined tho prow downward and slpwly began his descent all tho tlmo proceeding toward tho stadium to the southeast When above the stadium he was prob ably 600 feet high This caused hint to mako a short circle during which tho ship descended to within 600 feet of tho ground Knabenshuo was then immediately west of the stadium and pointing the prow downward again ho steadily descended until tho framo work was seized by the shouting spec tators who had hurriedly thronged the stadium enclosure Satisfied with the demonstrations of tho airship over short courses during these two trials Inventor Baldwin announced at the conclusion of tho flight that Knabonshuo will Wednesday un dertake a 15 mile flight over a desig nated course tho cholco of the course to be left to newspaper men and tho flight to be mado regardless of the wind conditions The Business Section Burned Joplin Mo Nov 2Tho business section of Duonweg Mo a mining town four miles east of hero was al n lt J = The Citizen AM JKDWEXDENT FAHILT NEWsrirra rnbllibed every Tbnr dtjr at Derra Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Iublbbe- rgvnsciturrros RATES rXTADU IX ADVJLNCK One year 1100 Hlz month M Three month 26 and mone br Poitoflc Mon Ordfr Ez kcrtneredLitterThe irate filer your came ihowi to what lato tubicrlpllon li paid II It li not Ibamrd within three alter wndUi 01 money notify ui Hubncrlben wlihlnf Tni Crmrx topped must nnttly u at the expiration of their iub crlptlon ptyin all nrrmrs otherwise we than ronslder that they with It wutlnucd Kotlf us it once ofinny your lo- rtlIITln l th old aud new eddreses Missing Nnuibera due to coming Iff In the nails or otherwise will gladly be supplied If we are notified Agents Wnnt il Inerery locality Write for terms Anyone tending ui four new yearly mbwrlptioui will receive THE Crrutx free lot me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL Now Furnishings in every room All service first class Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Ice Cream I All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Frults Early Vegetables Z I I Phono JOESNo 58 Select Grocer and Caterer fires Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printing office BERCI Ky Open Every Day from 9 oclock t m until 4 oclock p m Broko Into His House- S Le 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 Store Wm 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 SideT If so go to your druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph 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 pores5nducea sweating and relieves almost instantly Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist I Miller House fitted up Mesh sad Boar and Lodging at popular pricea Next door to Joel R 6 Engle Prop rain St Richmond Kjr Witliams is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean kill and Pressing a specialty Work guarantied W A Williams Slain Street Berea Ky Pill Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you knew what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing any unpleas ant effects They do not gripe sick en or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to thejtisftues and organs of the stomach liver and bow ale Sold by Eaat End Drug Co I WIlt iltctu SCUltug Srri nf QIupital mtust Ite Stestratoli By HINRY STERLING Secretary Typographical UnionNnl3of nation IC CONSIDERED from a moral economic or humanitarian point of view the refusal to employ men because tlluegrowing old is a crime Such course denies the right to live reduces men who should be selfsupporting and self respecting to objects of charity lowers the standard of liv ing helps to pauperize the workers wftfctts the gulf between rich and poorand debases citizenship Only one reason exists why men should be barred from sore employments after 40 but for the moment that one outweighs all others The young mail is more efficient Every business must be made as productive as jxMsihle From each employe must be extracted the utmost amount of labor So great is the nervous tension under which modern industry works its victims that many arc old at 40 Gray hairs bent form And inelastic stdp pro claim an early breakdown It does not pay fid hirp such Rife It ia poor busincs policy We have gone mad with greed We drive out old mien and urge on the young enlist women and children because they can do three quarters of a mans work for half his pay and speed the machines higher and higher till none but those in whom the springs of life are fresh can withstand the nerveracking strain Its good business policy Profits must be shown no matter howvtmich the stock has been watered Cost of production must be reduced no matter who suffers Get the largest possible returns for the smallest possible outlay The man at 40 has had his daya short one perhaps but he has had it Some one clsejias squeezed out the best that was in him Can he do a good days work yet Yes but his son can do more Ambition has not yet ceased to stimulate the younger man Hope still animates him His eye is bright his hand strong and steady his mind alert And labor is plentiful We can have our choice It would be poor business judgment to accept old men wham the young are begging for emplo ment More work for less pay and greater immunity from accident is what the young man offers in the industrial struggle and the older man must give way The demands of modern industry have become so exacting that unless a man of 40 has developed the power to direct his usefulness rapidly declines Xo mans physical effectiveness can long endure the tremendous strain now put upon the workmen In all branches of skilled trades the utmost a man can do is demanded for very day A few years of tremendous energy and the man his furnished his best Henceforth he holds his place by sufferance and the manager is gkul when he is replaced Qa younger may It may seem hard to the Vic tim but its business There can be no sentiment in business And no morality That is the reason why our present system cannot be a perma nency It leaves justice out of consideration The man of 40 can more than earn the wages given him he generally at that age is pinching himself to rear a family every consideration of public policy demands that he be given ample opportunity and equitable wages but private business interest excludes him and prefers the man who can do more than a fair days work Society owes something better titan charity to its workers The exclusion of the older men from employment could not be thought of but for the vast army of unemployed This new policy is but a new phase of the labor problem which resolves itclf back to a single question Why do men willing to work lack employment Why is there any idle labor When we have answered that question and opened up to labor the natural opportunities of labor there will beno occasion to discuss why men should be excluded from any employment after 40 There arc enough chances of work in this country for all who can come here but so long as we allow them to be locked up for private profit we shall be burdenedwith such questions as this W11- t1ftrrual SteinBy SARAH GRAND Will the marriagt question ever be thoroughly threshed out Will the conclusion ever be arrived at that no amount of discus sion no amount of ar guments pro and con can ever make any appreciable difference to the matrimonial state It is perfectly useless for vomen to write long letters to the newspapers declaring men to be selfish because they do not marry and selfish when they do marry or for men in their turn to grumble that women want too many concessions and arc not what their mothers were and so on This sort of thing has been said over and over again under tiff fcrcnt headings We heard it all when we discussed whether marriag is a failure we heard it all when we asked on what income a man should marry and we arc once more repeating now that the handi cap of marriage is engaging attention Clearly there arc no rules to be laid down by which men and women can be guided to the altar and afterwards made model wives and husbands Nor can it be truly said that any two cash arc ever alike and therefore it is worse than futile to discuss The subject at all In the present controversy on the handicap of marriage attention has been focussed on one point hwever which does seem to claim general interest and thatis the decline domesticity It has been maintained over and over by correspondents that the women of today arc not domesticated and on the whole heretical as it may sound it may be said that we no longer wonder that she has ceased to cultivate the virtue which made her dull and uninteresting for did not man make it abundantly clear that it was not this kind of woman who really attracted him The housewife might do her duty and so age herself but M le Mart found the butter fly who only took thought of her own personal ap- peaunceand allowed no domestic worries to impress wrinkles on herbrowa far more entertaining person What wonder then that woman has givfin up playing the angel on the hearth Some day perhaps she will find the happy mean and avoid extremes but at present she is naturally inclined to err on the side of Being for her own pleasure and maintaining her personal appearance at all costs having found that she was accounted dull as a domestic paragon THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Limon in the International Series for November 0 1004JoIM the Bey King Prepared by the Highway And Byway Preacher Copyright by J At Fdeot LKP80N TKXTt Kings 11116 tam 90 trMM ISIS Jtad I Ktati tlME ror the uCLount of the demb of AbfttUh kitty or Judith JwwbV father lead alii nil ot chapter u and parallel aocou InlCiitoa IrlraUOIDEN TICXTWbell the rlchteeus are in authority UM puopte rejelcclrev tTIMBW H C JL CcJftUultm Introductory Note Atfcallah was the daughter ef Ahnb Il- ldJI of lanai and had marrlvd Jrbu run or Joram kin of Judab Upon the tokingDanMlriMlrJ while on a vMl lo Joram Mug of raI who was Sick at Jeirel Mod who its tart death at the bands of Jehu the whirlwind reformer AlhalUh with all fir wickedness of her wicked motlmr thereupon Ilew all the ewe of Anartab rxwpl Joaib who was rescued lila aunt Jehoahvba Athallah ruled over Judah tor yurc It was In the ev nth year of Jbu rrticn aver Israel that Jah WM toads khan over Ju4uh The Mother of Joa h wu Xlbtah of Ilurhvbu t slag UL i The Lesson Outlin- eTIlRIEIIllttlea of the Wicked JoMh SuvrdvDevice of the Vtck 4v I ill Heroism of the ILhltywv i llJoaih K tvto A Iee of Refuc- U Faithful 1roMciOK 111 Joash IrUYinedu CIL- III The Scorrt Uvaedvto Tic iompaclhladsv tHevoutlon Putanttdva t8- Truatworthy lIInn Ml- li The Corohailoo v It IVlUlrlbuHouv 1111 Comparing Scripture with Scripture 1 Joosh Saved 1 Devices of the Wicked v = Athullah lIke her mother Jeaebel the WitS thorouilfty given to evil and was ready to RO to any lengths to euinpass her own selah purpotw and desires She forgot to reckon God and His purpOMA Into the amount Just as Jezebel did She imagined a vain thing and took counsel against the Lord and lilt anointed but the Lord finally had tier In derision Pa 111 Thank God the powar of evil Is circtjms rtb within the boundhrlea of Cods will and purposes Athallah sought to exterminate all the race of David but Gods promts to David were sure 2 King S19 Jer 331710 and all the Athalliihs on earth cannot make void the smallest ot Gods promise 2 Heroism of tht KlRhteoHh v 1 JehoahebuWhat a eontrnst th re Is between the character of this woman and that of Athallah II Joaih Kept 1 A Place tr Hrfune v 3lIItI In the house Jf the Lord Right under the very ROtH of Athallah this young prince was reared How strange nail mar velous are Ooda provtlhm tOIl lie al ways provides a safe tiding place for Ills children Ps 1788 Pa 271 Ps 3120 Note how the wicked device of men are made to praise Ood C Faithful Protectors v 3God not only provides places of refuge twit lie also raise up friends for us III Joatk Crowned t The Se Bret Kerralvd v Sheaved them Ute kings son That vision Inspired their hearts and nerved that hand Ui ptrlk for Rod In the conflict with evil God will always give ttt a vision of the King of Kings that we maybe inspired and strengthened to plot its doynfalj C The Compact lade r 4Made- a covenant with them A solemn and holy union formed lo overthrow nicked And enthrone the tII Union of Cods forces Is always nary to victory rho devil Is always pleased whoa he can divide Gods pea pie n Revolution Planned vs 68 Desperate diseases require de t crntf remodio lothing short of a roam plate overthrow of Athallah and her following would do In dealing with evil Gods children arc Justified making no comproinlsnc Kpk 6 InI Note how carefully Jwholada planned every detail U Trustworthy Allies vs Ml Each man hued UIA plnci asHlRno him Find your plnre and then fill Ah how much the leaden In the Lords work need men and women who will prove trustworthy Icholtlan plans would have failed had his helpers liven faithless and many a pastor and Sunday schbnl eu pcrlntintlont have their plans hin dered or defeated because of disloyal colnbirorn Paul suffered thus 2 Tim 410 14 Rut ho had faithful helpers as well 1 Cor 417 5 The Coronation v lThehour of triumph That was a great day In Judith but It will bea greater day when JemiH shall come forth to be crowned King of Kings and Lord of Lords The wicked seelc to prevent this but the Lamb will at test be vie torious over till Isle enemies and those who are Ills shall stand with Him In that hour of triumph Ilcv 1714 IV Retribution vs 131C The hour of triumph of the king was the hour of AthallabH downfall She was but reaping the harvest of tho seeds sown six years before Athallahs six years of rule was purchased at fearful cost 80 Is all sin Rom 023 The Golden Text When the righteous are In authority the people rejoice The pages of history sacred and secular give one long and convincing testimony of the bless tag which always comes to a nation and people when the upright rule and on tho other hand they offer sad and repeated Illustration of the woes and dis aster which follow hard upon the heels of corruption and wickedness In this democratic iand of ours the true patriot tho loyal cltlren must cast his In fiuenca toward time establishment ol rlKhteouinles If the nation Is to he ex alted and the people rejolco A WRECKED LIFE The Story of a Preachers Struggle with the Appetite for Strong Drink Sonic years ago L Talbot was an eminent and popular putar of a wnlthy Itplscoiml church In Louls VIUt Ky and during the civil war WM the chaplain of a Kentucky regi metal He left the ministry and became a lawyer He was at one time a member of ooiigrosa from Kentucky HP finally yielded to an inherited ap petite for strong drink anti tell Jo very tow level but was reclaimed and became a very effective advocate of temperance He was the lead of the order of Good Ttmplars In Indiana thelpictures of own Cain says this National Advocatu aa drawn by hlmeelf nut now that the struggle la over can survey the Held and measure the Ioees had position high and holy This demon tore from around me the robes of my sacred ollleo and sent me forth churchless and godles a very hissing and byword among men af terward had business large and hr rratlve and my voice In all large ronrtjt Was heard pleading for Justice roerty and right Hut the duet gntb crud on my unopened books and no footfall croeeetl the threshold of the drunkards otlko had moneys ample for all neceawlllea but they took wings and went to feed the coffer of the ilevlle which possessed me I had a home adorned with all that wealth and the tnosjt eiquMle last roaM suggest This devil cnMMyi this threshold sad the light faded from Its chambers the flee west out on the hotlfet of altars and leading me through Ita portals despair walked forth with her and sorrow and an gulch lingered within had ehlMrcn beautiful to me at host M a dream of the morning and they so nlwiue4 themselves around their talkers heart Unit no matter where It taught wandfr ever It carne hack to them OH the bright wings of a fathers undy ing lore This destroyer took their hands In his and led them away had a wife whore charms of mind and person were such that to ere her was to remember and to know her waa to love Fur 13 yours we walked the ragged path of life U Kther rejoicing In its sunshine and surrowlng In Its shade The internal monster couldnt spare me even title hail a mother who for long years had not left her chair a victim of suffering and die nose and hr choicest delight was reflection that the leaeonn she InI taught at her knee had taken root the heart of her youngest bunt that he was useful to his follows aDdI an honor to her who bore him the thunderbolt rlacbcd even III and there It did IU moat cruel work Ah me never a word of reproach from her IlpeoDI a tender nmee only a shadow of a great and nri spoken grief gathering over the dear old face only a trembling hand lakt more lovingly on my head only a closer clinging to the crow ooly a more piteous appeal to Heaven If her NIp at last were not full And while her boy raved In his wild delirium 2WO miles away the pitying angels pressed the golden gates ajar ned the mother of the drunkard entered Isis rest And thus I stand a clergyman without n cure a barrister without brief or business a father without a child a husband without a wife a son without a parent a inan with scarcely a friend n soul without a hope all swallowed up In the maol- litrom of drink Mr Talbot made hundreds of touch- Ing appeals for temperance all over the scat of Indiana but confessed to friends that tho appetite would sometimes become so Insatiate as to almost defy control though no prayed on bunded knee for strength to resist it NOTES FROM AFIELD Tbnro la little comfort In a compro mise Itaina Horu Sooner Or later the patient taxpayer Ix called upon to foot tile hlllsChlcago IlrcordHerald There are but two saloons In Accomnc county Virginia Three years ono the county hall 38 To try to reform society with the sa loon untouched In flke nalllnx the pall Jugs on tho fence and leaving the hog in the garden United Presbyterian A liquor license has Ltcn refused to the Pennsylvania club of Washington D C despite the fact that nearly the entire congressional representation of Pennsylvania supported the petition Temperance Reform in Hawaii The frlenuH of temperance in Hawaii are having a difficult time to prevent the slow but steady extinction of the native race liy his Imitation of the vices of the white man At limo last meeting of the AntiSaloon league In Honolulu the president made serious charges of apathy or hostility against tho public officials of the Ulonas Dr Oortnuu Scudder speaking at tho same meeting extolled tho local option Idea frankly recognized the social appeal of the sa loon which must conserved In all rational attempts to rival It and told of bin surprise In finding ealoons the outlying sections of the Islands which could not exist wore the Christian land owners and welltodo proprietors hOI tile to the liquor iSrlnMug habit THE WEAK BROTHER Shah He Be AIIDwnl to Perish b7lhi Bxerelse of Our Larger IjibertyP Cain does aoL ear whether the weak brother perishes or not Us lit In fuel ready to help him perish onthas only Cains Intrrasts ui heart ho wewr his heart on nil sleeve Lot the fool look out for himselt7lo cries Coin did not IIIO M wc that Christ who dlr4tfor wsdfaf also for the weak brother Ierbtttt If ho hail known be would not liars klUoil Abel but we cannot bo lUre for theft some and w It IotIt IB a Jolly crowd looking upon tbt wino when it Is rod and glveth ItII ealIor In time cup nail transferring rrdtteas to their countennnce and eyessThey laugh amid slag and jokeRola- lways very plainly then damson and reel about and then sleep pesesrvllf on tbe bed or the flour or In the gut ter Their good friends their wives and children do not get so rack pleasure out of It amid they thewsslvsj do not always after a time It Jet not wonderful that people go that way It la human nature The marvel Is the Power Una Spirit of Christ lint tu MVo millions from that destroying way- And another marvel stgrs Her hW WArd COtay In the New York Qb wrtor Is this That one for whom Christ died and who accept snlvntlou through that wondrous tIt of Joyr uhould actually exhibit the spirit of Cnln Instsad of tbe spirit of Christ What shall we say of him Let tm stir nothing Paul himself does not judge him but he hegt him to think this thing out seriously and to ask kin felt as Christs mast 8hsll the weak brother Wlah for whom died 1 What did Christ da for himiDied What shall I do for him 111e answer given tl1 naet dully baWls would teem to go far to decide what spirit one ls of yet It majr be that tg aorance not wtck dnHss Is tks as planatlon Therefore let us UT to snake It plain 10 every saved seal list to him Is given this wondrous jKltl legs to be ft syvlor of the weak with his SsTkMir Kv IticbsN I Mignons D D the sifted editor of The West minster pull it this way tot one af his rernt Short Sermons for IlMy 110 piaNo place for self ta ChrisUnMtjr except at the altar of calks An Idol U nothlvg says IlMU I A glsss of wine U aothiac pep Moderate Drinher list Idolatry Is all says lnllIThe wineglass is also slu says wbrW j I ran eat unit offarotf to ldale wHh oNt harm says Ianl and iM adds mil I wilt sot lest my example harm can drink wine says Moderate Drinker without harm anti ho add and I will example or BO example Shall help destroy a heather tar whom Christ died eays Paul Not while the world stands Shall I never bulk a Ire hsomuss some fool builds QUO tad bars lo death say Moderate Drteker Par M him I will 4o M please tnder whose lend will yes ax bsrsane Psvls or Moderate Urtskst OUR FAVORITE POISONS The StTKi Pssaea Whisk Ars Met Within Connestlon with AMshl sad Drink FARC LaDrinking to Health In Potts The farces la connection with slat IH vorlU poisons are many but tint Mart stupendous tMw of alt M diluting lu health In poison and to think that In all seriousness sod without sets of ridicule tbe pocaltod wisest sad best of ple Join In this absurdity It Is K I spectacle worthy of thr keenest saUrc of an opera lIo4Iff Such a oontlrflment on tho hart of one physloloRl to another would touch the border of an Insult says Mrs John U Hendemra la- The Aristocracy of Health lint the vlvuur tocallod surprised at tbe criticism of this antiquated 1ItHItoo which Is older than belles witches blandly exclaims In a sorter ills may With what then shall we drink to the health of friends Is there a pure liquid that best pro motes health In nl integrity Is there a liquid which of nil therapeutical agents I Is tho most potent for nestablllhlns hoalli when Ipat If co let us drink to tho health of friends in water FARCE 2 Asking bletsln a meal Including alcoholrFARCE 3 The man who recommends his drink as wholesome because the alcohol It pure as If all alcohol were not alcohol and nil alcohol were not poison FARCE 4 r The Ingomt who without fear smokes poisons and drinks poisons yet Is par ticular about the air ho breathes the water he drinks and the food he eats FAIICI3 Tho christening of battleships in alcohol Shall we baptize our children In whisky or champagne and why not 1 FAJICB The man who fancies himself strong because ho can take heavy doses ot poison without the usual normal effects I AHCE7cThe man who advocates laws against theft rubbery and murder without ask lug If the law prohibits and yot Insists that tho law cannot prohibit when the draniHhop In questiont Reform In Swedens Army Doth chambers of the Swedish riles dag and the cueltslastlcal council have expressed tlmmselves against the sale tIt liquor at the nrmy barrack and camps and eo the traffic must bo stopped Ii A HUNDREDDOLLAR STABLE Any Farmer Can Build It with Or dinary Tools and Save the Ex r pense of A Carpenter Ilic cut cIvM frame and plan for a building or tablo generally used by Iitbesmall former of weatorn Kentucky low coat of building li not the only I feature that recommends It as It la quite roomy for the amount of material trod Any farmer with ordinary toola Ian build It and cave the ospenw of a car building la 31x18 feet with 10 toot ixjata and 8 feet from loft to floor The lailde illvUlona make four atolli Ihrfc 8x10 feet sad one 8xS foot This haves a drlv wnr 10x14 feet and a corn- crib RxlC ftot The crib may be divided t IlJVN OP A CHBAI BT AllUC teed room and smaller crib Till Iloto are atouta tot IS Inches in the ground and extend Incbee above surface upon which IMMU are wt Sills sire need only under crib on which floor la laid Malarial required all rough lunitor catting approximately 160 It as fol lows Twelve iilaoea tixg lack 10 fM- tull four jilecos Cxd laebw 8 feot for JMMU Thee my be toile from alralght mpllnga squared with an ax Nor r fttrlBgora 8 plllClllx lochea by 1C feet t 13 piece Sxt laehoa by f0 feet for gird fOn In driveway OB which Joiatt real 1apieces txS InetiM by II leer for pad pieces Sxl IncbM by 10 ft for JolaU 22 itoMf 1x4 inches by 10 feet 11 plMM 2x4 lathe by S ft for the plate r l CM 1x4 Inches by II feet and pltcos 2x4 Inches by 10 feet rwfUrs 90 2sG Inches by 18 feet ratter Use U Sxl Indies by 14 feet root atrip 126 IxS InrhM by 12 feel battening 101 j4xt Inchas by 10 fwt lid 48 pltcc fcx4 lnch a by 12 feet box and cover 101 loanls 1x12 inekee by 10 tNt and 44 P boards 1x12 inches by IX feet loft floor 1C boards 1x12 InchM by 12 felt crib floor 8 hoards 1x12 Inched by IC fee4It- will require SJ60 shingles laid 51n1hes to the weather Thla plan la sometimes rhangcd and cnlargM to cox32 feet or 30x40 td running driveway lenKthwUe of viable In thta rut middle potta extend to rootW J Prlndle In Farm and Hume TAR IN POULTRY HOUSES- It X Very Valuable In Many Ways Hut More Especially as AVer mln Exterminator Poultry brMdora ItJelii to harp tailed to dlMuvor the value of tar It la very uaeful an4 valuable In innnj walL Some breeders tar their poultry yard fmcw In prcfarenc to whltcwaahlni them says the Poultry World thong we hi not like to NO It done for It gives the surroundings such a Gloomy for bidding look It undoubtedly eon tributes largely to tilt durability of the wood rotting It from the ravages or storm and Umo It U ID the poultry houao however that the value uf tar in the greatest for It conduww greatly toward hMlthfulnras When that rrourfto of the poultryman cholera makes Ita appearance we would ndvlao first a thorough cleaning of the house next a generous application of Carolina tar on all the joints cracks at4 crovlcna of the inside of the building and then plenty of fresh whitewash properly ap plied The tar absorbs or drives away the taint of disease and makes the premise wholesome The cmoil la not offensive In fact many people like It unhealthyImain after you have tarred the crack etc A friend of ours was once troubled with chicken cholera and by adopting the above In connection with reniovlnr affected fowls he soon put atop to the ravages A small lump of tar In the drinking water supplied to the fowl will theIfrom other kinds- POULTRY YARD PARAGRAPHS t The dust heap Is absolutely neces lary for fowls Feather pulling Is n vice that comes from confinement and Idleness Allow no filth of any kind to accu mulate within reach of the fowls Thoroughness In detail In poultry raising is the great secret of success Common fowls do not jToBsess the characteristic qualities of thorough Weds When fowls aw permitted to roost In foul damp houses It causes droop Uhness Fowls will eat a greet deal of granu I lated charcoal Aa a preventive of disease IIlslInvaluable Hy giving young fowls a free range l It will old materially to develop a strong healthy constitution Poultry should always have access to green food when possible and when they cannot It should be supplied Corn when fed to the hens by Itself has a tendency to fatten rather than produce the most IJro tab egg lay ing American Tribune L T RAISE YOUR OWN HONEY No Farm Need or Should Be Without- a Few WellCaredFor Hives of Bees There U no reason why farmers should not handle their bees aloha profitable lines oven If they have butt fw colonies aa kept on the faro a few colonies here and there scat tered In different loealtleeordtnartly- do the boat business for they are not overstocked as they are frequently In largo apiaries Almost doublet the amount of honey can be obtained from a colony thus situated and bcokcep profitableTcgood work The greatest mtataUe farmers snake Is that of limiting the surplus boxes thus not furnishing the hew with enough surplus capacity The bees nil this limited space with honey in a few days at the beginning of the honey season and afterwards turn their attention IP swarming and several swartMi will bo tbo result Injltend of a larco honey yield ID connection with their other work might aa well reap hundreds of pounds of the llnoat honey instead of obtnln ing but a few pounds If they would only give the bcos plenty of storage room and promptly take the bonny away aa aoon as completed The rule among small beekeepers la to give but a small surplus capacity In the spring nnd lot this remain all summer to b taken oft In the fall supposing that It la an all summera Job for the bees whoa In most coxes tblo space la filled In a week or two and allowed to remain In the hive all summer which reduces it to a poor grade of honey oa well as a small amount Hundreds of pounds of flratclaaa honey might have ben obtained by giving larger en pnolty and removing the honey as fast M stored awl completed Some local Itlca are better than others and some seasons are better than other but It is never a mistake any elationsI10 thus provide for the times and under all conditions little forethought and work on the part of the average farmer and fruit grower he could easily secure all tile- taoaey HocMmry for hUown use and sonic to sell alto Midland Farmer ALFALFA FOR THE Hoes Used for Dulldlng Up the Frame ol Animals But Should Be Ted with Discretion There U no doubt that alfalfa Is use of the bOlt foods that can be raised for hogs The cattle man has come to appreciate the value of alfalfa and wherever he has been able to raise al falfa he has done so He has rccog Bld It II a cheap source of protein The hog raiser on the other hand Incom log to rtatlie only slowly that the hog needs protein at all He has come to think of the hog aa an animal that needs a food that will make fat and II a re sult we see little alfalfa growing on the farm of the man that makea hug ralalna one of the principal features of Jail agriculture Alfalfa can bo fed In the same way as clover la fed with the exception that It la not co readily pastured Al falfa may IHI pastured to close that it will only slowly revive from mieh treat ment while clover till be paitureM COM and still come up quickly Hut alfalfa Is a rood green food and la good when dry lIlt le cut up and mixed with soft food or steamed It has been charged that too much alfalfa makes n soft pork but this s the aM only when the hogs are not properly finished on grain No ono believes that a tiled like alfalfa should be fed almost uxclual vely It la a good thing to build up the frame of the animals but It does not provide enough carbohydrates to make It serve the double purpose of a developed and a finisher Farmer Ueview SELF FEEDER FOR POULTRY It Assures Ample Rations for EACh Individual Bird and Prevents Wastes of Feed To avoid the usual waste In feeding chickens I have made a number of self feeders like the one shown In the picture The box Is eight Inches deep placo the lower edge of the board b about an Inch Irom the back and two Inches from the bottom This will permit the feed which Is poured Into the box through door a to run down only as feat as the chickens tat It from the floor through opening at Nail on a strip at the front to prevent the chickens from working the feed outon the ground The opening should not be large enough to permit the fowls getting in to atratch out the feed It may be fastened to the clilo of a building or long strips may be nailed upon It each side to prevent its being up set This arrangement gives them at all times clean feed with little trouble for tho chickens and a great saving In feed to the rocrT S llronson In Farm and Home Keep Buildings Well Painted Many farmers watt seven years after painting a building bcfutt paint ing It again They wait until the building Is In bad condition and It re quires as much or more paint to rover It na It did at first Buildings should lio painted one coat every two oc three years This done not only will the cost or repairs be lessened but appear anco of the place will be much 1m proved Fresh paint applied often even though In small quantities keeps wood and metal from dltCayG IL Peters In Farm Journal ORIGIN OF NUMERAL SYSTEM Paper Read Before Philological Society Comments on Forerunners of Present Method In a paper read before the Philo logical society of the University of Michigan recently Prof George Hemp commented upon the foreriki ncra of our present system of numora tlon Some two years ago In seek ing the origin of the Hunlc letters the first letters used by the Germanic races Prof Hempl discovered tho primitive Germanic numeral notations This threw new light upon the early Germanic numerical system as well as upon the primitive IndoEuropean nu merical system and upon tho development of the Greek alphabet and the Greek numerical notation The primitive IniloEuropoan numerical system was a mixture of the decimal and the sexagesimal The first large number was the shock that Is and tile next large number was tho hand or hundred that Is 120 Between 60 and 120 thoro were no numbers like our 70 etc 70 being a shock and 10 and 80 being a shock and 20 The Introduction of our present numbers between 60 and 120 arose out of the In troduction of the decimal hund or hundred that Is 100 In distinction from which the old hundred 120 was called the duodecimal hundred or the great hundred which Is still used In Ice land and parts of England BOSTON COT ITS BEANS Absence of Favorite Dish Once Threat ened City But Striking Bak era Took Pity It has never been successfully dls pUled says the Boston Watchman that Bostonians are extremely addicted to baked beaus with their orthodox and breadInecessary to tae maintenance of truly liocton life at the proper point of cul ture and coldness The doclalon of this delicate and difficult yet delightfully In teresting question which hen successfully defied In the put both the literary skill and Intellectual powers of the city hM been let for solution to the exigen cies of the modern Industrial problem In the recent strike of 1400 bakers Dos ton 81 compelled to go ply hungry for days nut when Saturday night approached and the dreadful possibility appeared of Boston being compelled to taco n Sunday morning without baked beans the hearts and consciences of the bakers were stirred and they made a special and extraordinary effort to sup ply the city with its habitual Sunday morning breakfast while no such emotion was elicited by the sufferings in cident to the lack of pie Radium Runs Clock The radium clock of Harrison Mar tlndalo English physicist practically gives perpetual motion through the dissipation of negatively charged rays A small quantity of radium supported In an exhausted glass vessel by n quartz rod Is placed in a small tube to the lower end of which Is attached an electroscope of two long strips of silver The activity of the radium causes an electric current minus beta rays to be transmitted to tho silver strips which expand until they touch the sides of the vessel whim earthed conducting wires instantly discharge them nnd they fall together This Is repeated every two minutes making tlmo In beats of that duration and theoretically the action will continue until exhaustion of the radiumIn this case computed to be 20000 years la the future MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 29 CATTLU Common 2 50 3 40 Honvy steers 4 85 so 5 25 CALVIESExtra 7 11018 Ch puckers 10 5 15 Mlxod packers 4 90 i 05 SUEIWJ Extin 3 35 0 3 LAM11SExtra 5 C- 5HIOUU Spring pat G1r ty G- o1ViIEATNo 2 rod 1 19 0 1 21 No3 winter 0 1 18 VtOATSItYENo 2 SC 8- 7HAYCh timothy 012 25 POUK Clear moss Q12 45 621DUlTERCh 2316APPLESPOTATOLSpar bbl J 60 0 1 65 TOHACCO Now 5 25 4 12 25 Old 4 75 14 50 Chicago F1OITR Winter pat 5 30 0 5 40 WHIJAT No 2 red 1 17 0 1 17x No 3 aprJnB J 05 0 1 15 GafOATSNo JIJOIUhARD Steam 7021j0 7 05 New York FLOUR Win Hfrls 5 40 0 C5 WHEAT No 2 red rfy 1 20 CORN No 2 mixed 0 5SY 35y100mLARD Steam 0 7 C5 Baltimore i17YCOHNNoOATS No 2 mixedi 0 31 CATTLE Stoers 3 75 0 4 25 HOGS Dressed 0 7 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 18 CORN No 2 mixed 0 57YJ 3I414A111SteamPORK Mcta 111 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 17H COHNNo 2 mixed 68 0 70 OATSNo 2 mixed 33 1J 35 Buggy or Carriage Harness F INE dirciboth WEATHER anti fine IJariwslIlookyour turnout or la it shabby anti thus detract from the general appearance If fo theres on easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage harness from Our Largo Stock at astonishingly reasonable youdecideness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont tout much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Kv How Ofton Has Mothor 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 acamph at once It will prevent and JerDruggist TOMBSTONESand Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 seta of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be filled promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky account the Leg islature Berea College no students coming contestants Berea College Foundod 1855 I PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years uountyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and fee lifewCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaure ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of w eks maybe brought S2050 Winter term 11 weeks J2700 Spring terra of 11 weeks 2125 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciplos Congregation alisU Methodists Presbyterians and all denominations ran IXFOBMATION AND FBIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECSETAnr WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County 4 II Madison County Roller Mills IIwIJ Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Mcal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour lI Potts Duerson Thlta Sutloo Ky J Ouw DYSPEPS1A CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU Tile S 00 bcttia ntam 2H tlrrot the lrl rie which Mils for SO unUr- tirAKCD THI LAlOIATOtY O- rE C DoWITT dc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL J I FREE Scholarships TDK CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Berea College for two terms one young man and one young woman from each of the following Counties Clay Kstill Jackson Lee Owelpy FulaskS and Rockcastle These sixteen people will be selected by the people of their own County who take Tax CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st This should be filled out with the names and addresses the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarships to be given These ballots when received at THE 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 TUE CITIZEN will re ceive a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months DO votes for each 3 months 2voles for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for two terms Berea College which will save each one 800 to 1400 in cash The only expense to which they will bo put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other fr8f class 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 otter Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just u good as anybody START NOW I Cut this out fill with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On of the recent action of Kentucky can receive colored the year therefore this offer is open only to white young 14 within of good people of Ky EAT of Madison young of In from In I vote for bfr of postqmce county 18 the most popular young man and foi Dllss of postollice county ru the moat popular young woman u THE CITIZEN p +HrHHrH H+l H H1 I I I I HHIHIHIHIIiI Berea and Vicinity r GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES ++ 1IIi+ 1III + II I 111 11 I I I N+I I I I 11+11 Will HnuBon of Winchester was in town Monday Mrs Mamie Hanson Jones tvas in town tho past week Mr nnd Mrs J A R Kogers re turned today to their home in Wood stock BI- Missus Uobinson Welsh and Will Flanory have gono to tho mountains for ii week r Mrs Cook Miss Cook and Miss Nina King spent Monday Tuesday nUll Wednesday at Wildie 4InsterDonald Horton was quito severely bitten Wednesday by Bur dettes dog Dr Cornelius attended Mr and Mrs J M Brniinninn loft Sunday morning for St Louis where they will put in ton days doing tho fairMr Creed Gott of Berea is down with typhoid fever at the homo of his brother Mr Lee Gott this city Kichmond Pantayraph Henry Calvin sawyer for C M Rawlins of Ianola was killed while at work Tuesday Ho was a mom her of tho local G 1B Post Fred Ballard and Miss Celia Chenault wore married on Sunday last at the home of Mrs Tillie DodgeI of two freight trains one mile north oft Livingston One man was killed and several injured cause not given out At the first meeting of the Wom ans Industrial last Friday the num ber registered for the winters work was 150 and no more can ho re ceivedMiss Ldti Duncan hadn Hallow een partyof about 15 Flinch was tho game of tho evening Refresh ments were tho crowning feature of the evenings entertainment There was a Democratic rally in the Tabornaclo on Saturday evening J P Sullivan of Richmond was the principal speaker Ho discussed the issues of tho campaign in a fair and able manner Mr Fred E Hart son of former College Treasurer Win Hart nc companied by his wife are on a visit at Boron and vicinity from their homo at Abordou Washington Their headquarters are at Prof Dodges Mr B H Chrismau who has been successfully running tho 2nd hand furnituro store just opposite Welchs has purchased tho entire stock of now furniture from S E Welch and will in the future carry a full line of both classes of goods James H Shearer of Tuscola Ill returned to that place Tuesday noon The object of his visit to Berea was to dispose of his farm in Clear Creek He reports tho region whore ho is located as flue country and that a great many Eastern Kentucky peo pIe are there- CaptWm Horndon of Lancaster is candidate for the office of Appolato Judge for tho Firth District against Judge Cantrill whoso decisions in this Powors case have arousedsuch just indignation Capt Horndon is n man of the highest character and ought to have every vote in tho district This interesting note is from tho Cynthiana Times An article going tho rounds of tho press in which Mrs Susan Bennett is accredited as being the only real Daughter of tho Rev olution living in Kentucky is erroneous Tho Judgo Samuel McDowell Chapter of this city boasts of a daugh ter Mrs Elizabeth Susan Switzer who resides with her daughter Mrs Wm Urmston in tho county Mrs Switzer is 88 years old and is a daughter of Abuor Shropshire who was a ovolutiouaryRoMior A few isytars ago when Mrs Switzer joined locaUchaptor D A It sure was presented with tho national organi 4 zation gold spoon given only to real Daughters of tho Revolution She is a bright interesting woman in health and attends the 1Daptist church in this city quite reg A Dellgtfnl Halloween Party 1 One of tho leading social events of the season was tho Halloween party given by Mr and Mrs Stevens and Mr and Mrs C L Hanson Their rooms woro thrown together std tastefully decorated Those present woro Mr and Mrs Hart Mr aud Mrs W IL Porter Mr and Mrs Spink Mr and Mrs Hor ton Mr and Mrs Spencer Mr and Mrs Lindsley Dr laud Mrs Cowloy Mr aud Mrs Levis Mr and Mrs Hinman Mr Will Hanson Mrs Mutnio Hanson Jones Miss Jennie Hanson Mr Woolf Mr Cartmell Miss Ella Chaateon Mrs Touvollo and Mrs Pugco Progressive flinch was tho order of tho evening mid a dozen couples vied with each other for tho chief places and best records Delightful refreshments were served at the tables mutter which Mr Cnrt inell displayed wonderful powers as- a mind reader and Mrs Hanson as a fortune teller Miss Hanson favored the party with several beautiful so lections The guests departed at 1030 with tho unanimous feeling that they had never spent a pleas antor evening or had moro hospitable hosts anti hostesses Mr Welch sold Mr Cartmell Bora College purchasing agent 100 bbls Gold Icaland Obelisk Hour and 500 bushels of potatoes This is tho largest sale over made in Madison Co from a merchant to a consumer and perhaps tho largest ever made in the state but then it is no trouble to sell such pour at any reaonnblo price for Gold Medal and Obelisk on Hour is the sane as ster ling on silver For Sale A farm of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings canon J P Bicknell Berea Ky If TilE CITIZEN does you goodsub scribe for it and pay for it r Iu1on IrI H I 11 11 H College Items HERE AND THERE HIlHHHHMllIIIIIlIH Miss Hollister returned Monday night from hoc two weeks trip to Indimmpolis Much damage has been done till past few days by forest fires south west of town Miss Sallie Waldrou left Monday for Chattanooga whore sho has secured n position as teacher in a mission school Dr Cowloy8 Sundayschool class and the Boys Club have gone into training for a big football game It has been suggested that the Varsity might take a few lessons in zeal in practicingReports from Berea boys in West Virginia University toll us that they are still alive after their game with Michigan U was feared for a time that they had departed this life The Varsity wishes they wore not to far awayThe Industrial Faculty tact in the sewing room in tho Industrial build ing last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Gamble gave excellent reports on How Student Labor is managed in Park College Missouri Refreshments were served The College Halloween socials wore four in number At time homo of Mr and Mrs Gamble the senior class entertained tho college students the Normals were at Ladies Hall time Academy and Applied Scienco at Science Hall and the Model schools at the Tabernacle All report a splendid time- Invitations have been received for time wedding October Oth of Mr Arthur Markley M D a former student here and Miss Edith Laws of Cincinnati Dr Markley was demonstrator in tho dental college in which he took his training and after wards studied medicine Ho now practices in Cincinnati The Worship of Nature The harp at Natures advent strung Has never ceased to play The song the stare of morning sung Has never died away And prayer Is made and praise Is given fly all things near and far The ocean looketh up to heaven And mirrors every star Its waves nre kneeling tin the strand An kneels the human knee Their white locks bowing to the sand The priesthood of the seal They pour their glittering treasures forth Their gifts of pearl they bring And all the listening bill of earth Take up the song they sing The green earth sends her incense up from winy u mountain shrine From folded leaf and dewy cup She pours her sacred wine The mists above the morning rills Illso white us wings of prayer The altar curtains of tho hlllti Are sunsets purple air The winds with hymns of praise are loud Or low with sobs of pain The thunder organ of the cloud The dropping tears of rain With drooping head and branches cross ed- The twilight forest grieves Or spooks with tongues of Pentecost From all IU sunlit leaven The blue sky le tho temple arch Its transept earth and air The music ut Its starry march The chorus of a prayer So Nature keepa the reverent frame With which her years began And all her signs and voices shame The prayerlev heart of mln h A SINGULARVEHICLE Original Have you seen n white house with green blinds go l y here today Surely there was Insanity In his eye lIe wns a thin little chap with n mel ancholy look nbout him At any rate the limn sitting on n wooden armchair before n hook and ladder companys station of whom he asked the jyiMtlon thought so No I hnlnt seen no white house with green blinds go by here today If I hand Id a stopped It to give It some refreshment Tho questioner regarded the fireman Intently for n moment as though an Idea were being born In his brain Thou he turned away and walked on He lord gone but halt n block when out of n line residence cauic n young man of rather sporty appearance smok ing n cigarette Tho wayfarer addressed him lIne you seen anything of a woman with black hair null eyes and two kids n boy of live and n girl of three both looking like me riding past lucre today In a white houso with green sporty young man took his ciga rette out of his mouth and looked ut the questioner with a blank stare You wean n white horse and a green buggy tr No I mean a white houso with gtlCnbllnlts My friend remarked the sporty man Ill just bet you 100 to f10 that no family has ridden this way today In any kind of a house and no family will ride down this street In a bouse tomorrow or next day So saying he turned on his heel and walked away The man called after him Take you- Iurnlng the sporty man saw the other holding a ten dollar bill toward him The former stood Irresolute for a moment wondering It he hal better call an ambulance to take tho man to Bedlam but bo was a dead game sport mind would not go back on his bet even with n lunatic He went into the house for funds then as the luna tic proposed that the fireman ho had Interviewed hold the stakes the sporty man went there with him This gentleman said the lunatic bets me 100 to 10 that a woman and her kids havent ridden by hero today In n white house with green blinds or wont ride by here In a white house with green blinds tomorrow or next day The tlreman and the sporty man retired for consultation then returned and the fireman agreed to hold the stakes which were deposited In the chiefs locker The lunatic departed and the fireman and the sporty mon went to the telephone where they reported the matter to the police station The consequence was that after tele- phonIng the various asylums for the Insane and not hearing of any escapes the Inspector concluded the suspicious person to be a confidence man and sent a policeman to shadow him The no llceuian who went on this duty after seeing the fellow make several bets that n family had ridden or would ride within two days down the street In a white house with green blinds decided to take him In The man said that ho would make It hot for the police declaring that his wife would be worried to death about him Thou they asked him where be lived lie said he didnt know The question seemed to quiet him and he went to jail peaceably Time next morning the prisoner was brought up on n charge of vagrancy Ho was not known as a criminal had done nothing criminal and there was no other charge to bo made Ten dollars sold the judge and In default thirty days The prisoner pulled out 10 and complacently paid his flume much to tho astonishment of tho court policemen and spectators Then he went away while the police authorities debated whether to rearrest him or let hIm go They finally decided on the latter same afternoon the lunatic col lected the persons with whom he had made bets telling them that hIs wife and children would ride by In a white house with green blinds They laugh ingly followed him pretending to fall In with his Idea some of them having Intended to turn a penny by his folly others to return him hla money eventually The lunatic posted them on tho sidewalk In the middle of a long block and asked them to wait a few min utes Presently a man emerged from the next side street above and began to plant n windlass The bettors looked at each other then with one accord started to see what was coming the lunatic going with them There on rollers was a white house with green blinds In on open door was n woman pushing back a boy amid girl Hello Molly said the lunatic They didnt get you started yesterday li3eLso lint where on earth have you Pi Working all night again No In Jail You see the pollen thought I was either u lunatic or a confidence man and ran me In I asked a fireman If hod seen you pass and the way ho replied gave me tho cue how to make some money Ive got 275 duo me In bets or will have after you turn the corner You see I took all the money we hind whllo wo were moving to carry In my pocket I had all I wanted to put up tho stakes Time accompanying bettors looked at ono another again then quickly sepa ratedSome 200 of the bets was paid Tho test were culled off the stakeholders declaring that the bets were wade on a certainty KD1TU IT BAKER I Gems In Verse I Naboths Vineyard My neighbor hath a little field Small store of wIne Its presses yield And truly but a slender hoard Its harvest brings for barn or board Yet though u hundred fields nre mine Fertile with olive corn and vine Though uutumn piles my gunners high Htlll fur that little Held I sIgh Fur ah methinks no otherwhere la any field no rood and fair Small though It be tis better tar Than all my fruitful vineyards are Amid whose plenty sad I piliII Ah would that little field were mine Large knowledge void of peace and rest And wealth with pining care poueit These by my fertile lands are meant That little Hold la called Content Itobvrtion Trowbrldge In Scrlbner The Fall of the Leaf Rise In their place tho woods the trees have cast Like earth to earth their children now they stand verylastEach pointing with her empty hand And mourning oer the russet hour Naked and dispossessed The queenly syciunore The linden and the aspen and the rut Hut thou fair birch doubtful to laugh or weep Who timorously dot keep From the sad fallen ring thy face away Wouldat thou look to the heavens which wander gray The unstllled clouds slow mounting on their way They not regard thee neither do they send One breath to wake thy sighs nor gently tend Thy sorrow or thy smite to passions end Lo there on high the unlighted moon U hung A cloud among the clouds She glveth pledge Which none from hope debars Of hour that shall the naked boughs re fledge In seasons high Her drifted train among Musing she leada the allnnt song Grave mistress of white cloud a lucid queen of stars Richard Wation Dixon What a Day Can Do These are aome vf the things a boy can do lie can shout so loud the air turns blue lie can make all sounds of beast and bird And a thousand more they never heard lie can crow or cackle chirp or cluck Till he fools the rooster hen or duck lie can mock the dog or lamb or cow And the cat herself cant beat hi ow lie has sounds that are ruffled striped or plain He can thunder by like a railway train Stop at the stations a breath and then Apply the steam and be oft again Ha has all of hla power In such command Ha can turn right Into a full brass band With all of the Instruments ever played And march away u a street parade You can tell that a boy U very III It he wide awake and U keeping stlll Hut earth would beGod bleu their noutol A dull old place If there were no boy Nixon Waterman In Christian Endeavor World A Contented Mind I weigh not fortunes frown or imlle I joy hot much In earthly joys I seek not state I seek not ityle I urn not fond of fancys toy I rest so pleased with what I have I with no more no more I crave I quake not at the thunder crack tremble not at noise of war I swoon not at the new of wrack shrink not at a blazing star I fear not loss I hope not gain I envy none I none disdain I see ambition never pleased I see some tantal starved In store I see golds dropsy seldom eased I see ern Midas gape for more I neither want nor yet abound Enough a feast content U crowned I feign not friendship where I hate- I fawn not on tbo great In show I prize I praise a mean estate Neither too lofty nor too low This this Is all my choice and cheer A mind content a conscience clear Joshua Sylvester Lov Enthroned I marked all kindred powers the heart finds fairTruth with awed lips and hope with eyes upcaat And fame whose loud wines fan the ashen past To signal flres Oblivion flight to score And Youth with still some single golden hair Unto his shoulder clinging since the last Embrace wherein two sweet arms held him fast And Life Btlll wreathing flowers for Death to wear Luvea throne was not with these but far above All passionate wind of welcome and fare- Well IIe sat In breathless bowers they dream not of Though Truth foreknow Love heart and Hope foretell And Fame be for Love sake desirable And Youth be dear and Life be sweet to love Dante Gabriel Ilouettl Tru Nobleness For this true nobleness I seek In vain In woman and In man I find It not I almost weary of my earthly lot My life springs are dried up with burning pain Thou flndat It not I pray thee look again Look Inward through the depths of thine own soul How le It with lhee Art thou sound and whole Doth narrow search show thee no earthly stain 7 Bo noble and the nobleness that lies In other men sleeping but never dead Will rise In majesty to meet thine own Then wilt thou see It gleam In many eyes Then will pure light around thy path be shed 1 And thou wilt never more be sad and lone Lowell A Nobler Way To live and learn to ever think the thought That give a richness to the souls Ideal Is better far than letting self when sought Become supreme In all one thinks and feels To rise above the sordid quest for gain And strive to use in nobler way the lIou- lWhich finds Itl bent its true divlneat aim In pressing upward never downward toward its goal Rev June Allison Barnc IniUllilou Telescope This Way Sinners If you ate not buying all your wants of UB I will toll you why you should Wo have tho largest cleanest anti host Holoctod stock of DRY GOODS and SHOES in Madison County The largest anti choicest stock of- GROCEIIIESthis aide of Lexington and the cheapest drug store on earth SOME PRICES Gold Medal Flour WashburnCrosby Co 760 Obelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 760 Meal 660 Granulated Sugar 510 Arbuckles Coffee 7 2 for 26e f Other goods in proportion at WELCH7S CoalA1 DEPOT 120 to 14c Chas S Hanson Nogloot To have a goodromLOly in tho house for Burns Cuts and Iiruieos often causes sArious results Parncnuiph ill the best thing you can have It re haves pain instantly anti cures quickly without leaving ugly scars It doer this because it from the bottom of the wound and is therefore bettor than the oldfashioned Salvo and Ointments It absolutely prevents bloodpoisoning so keep n bottle In in your home S E Welch Jr Druggist Woman Flowers spring to blossom where she walks The careful way of duty Our hard stiff Itnni of life with her Are lowing curve of beauty Our home are cheering for her sake Our dooryard brighter blooming And all about the social air la sweeter for her coming Unspoken liomlllrs of peace tier dally life la preaching The atltl refreshment of the dew Is her unconscious teaching And never tenderer hand than hen Unknlt the brow of ailing Her garments to the sick mans ear Have music In their trailing tier presence lends Its warmth and health To all who come before It It woman tat us I den such As she alone restore It Whitti- erDisastorous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the sums causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is DO longer necessary Mrs Louis Cragg of Dorchester Mass is ono of many whoso life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by East End Drug Co Drug gist Price rXto and 100 Trial bottle tree fn i nun ne uivcr Think you when the stars are glinting Or tho moonlights shimmering gleam Palnta the waters rippled surface With a coat of slivered sheen Think you then that Ood the Painter Shows his masterpiece divine That he will not hang another Of such beauty on the liner Think you when the air la trembling With the birds exultant song And the blossom mutely fragrant Strive the anthem to prolong Think you then that their Creator At the signal of his word Fills the earth with such sweet music A shall notr again be heard He will never send a blessing Rut have greater one In store And each oft recurring klndnes I an earnest of still more It the earth seems full of glory As his purposes unfold There Is yet a better country And the halt has not been toM Eugene C Foster In Sunday School Times Not A Sick Day Sinco III was taken severely sick with kid ney trouble I tried all sorts of moth cines none of which relieved me Ono day I saw an ad ol your Electric Bitters and determined to trl that After takinga fowdosos felt relieved and soon there after was entirely cured and have not soon a sick day since Neigebora of mine hava been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debil Ity This Is what B F Bass of Fremont N 0 writes Only We at East End Drug Co 18 i IFORlonging to Special inducement to purclmner of entire tract JP Bickiu Berea Ky FOR RENT AN S ROOM HOUSE on Street Good well garden CentrIbarn Call on or write to J J Bran aman Berea Ky tf Good Farm For Sale 05ncren hood fencing ovorhmt lug welder material wndor a good barn 10x00 fort other outhuildingM I near in orchard nil 4lOmgrass on u good turnpike J mile wantaebeaphone address Z M Boon 121 Kingston Curod Of Eczoma Mr Dan A Briggs Glanglow Ky IIa111IIAbout two years ago I had elldeepParacamph and made not over one dozen applications when I was entirely well 1 hlRhl1recommond Pararamph for o skin and would not bo without it In my home Paracamph sooths ioola heals Try a 2T o bottle S gIWelch Jr Druggist Having purchased tho tom plotu retail stock of New Furniture from S E Welch you will hereafter find the BEREA FURNITURE STORE with a complete line of both now and second hand furni ture at surprisingly low prices Call and examine To be convinced of the above is the price of admissione StorefBerea Furniture Opposite Welchs Bores Ky Ho Fools Bad Who is stopped up with a Cold in the Head or Chest Quinine may make sick but if you will apply Para camph freely and snuff up the note you will got instant relief because it the pores stimulates the circu lation and removes all congestion fever and inflammation Paracampla prevents Pneumonia So dont let your cold hang on fry a25o bottle today S E Welch Jr Druggist I Gems In Verse I Life A crust of bread and a corner to sleep In A minute to emllo and an hour to weep In A pint of Joy to n peck of trouble And never a laugh but the moans corn double And that Is llfel A emit and a corner that love make pre cious With the smile to warm and the tear toIrefresh us And joy seems sweeter when cares come after And a moan Is tho finest of foils for laughter And that lr litIPaul Laurence Dunbar J U lJTnlling in nun tt ndrxttB- y ntirtJ iEuil PROP CHARLES RlCIiHOND HENDERSONIOt Ihe Chtlr ot Sociology University of Chicago F II Jail ALLNG in love is immoral and vicious and should be rigidly guardedagainst Love in sex is an emotion to be con trolled the same as any other great emotion such as anger or grief Love can be cultivated or repelled at will The young man or woman who allows himself or herself to fall in love without due thought and investigation is acting unwisely znd in many instances sowing the seed of divorce A person should first learn the character tlc family sUbjmittingI assured of the worthiness of the emotion love and marriage should thrum he allowed to take their course Love and marriage should be placed on a civil basis I A couple should know each other for years before marriage Is spoken of- But I publicity should be given to the acquaintance Then when an engagement exists it should he a matter of law that a card on this order be sent broadcast to all friends and to the public press Mr and Mrs Blank announce the engagement of their daughter Louise to Mr Henry Dash This method would give the necessary publicity to their love and approaching marriage and if there were any reason why either one should not marry the other it would inevitably be found out The engagement should also be announced froin the pulpit acid hosted as a placard in the church After this is done 1 few months should elapse before the marriage takes place No one should ever marry for money nor without the Consent of the parents of both the contracting parties Parents should make ita business to know the friends ol their children and to rear their children for marriage the same as they now tear and educate them for the professions and lrtsIa These rules would necessitate thought and if followed would al most entirely do away with divorces elopements unhappy marriages American women know how to take care of themselves But they never stop to think So they smirch their reputations without stain rheyIthe young women of the university arc doing so more and more of late If the church of every denomination would refuse to permit a person who obtained divorce for a frivilous reason to remain a member of the church I think much of the tendency toward divorce would be topped Men and women would stop to think and in stopping to think would realize that without the sanction of the church they would lose social prestige There are cases of course where in all justice divorces should be granted and sanctioned by time church But these cases arc the excep tion More often women should be given property rights which cone I under the head in law of separate maintenance But with thought and custom and church combined I think the divorce evil would be stopped and marriage and love and home placed t1on a more sacred and happy basis fliiliuiuity 1dlnnlg I By DR WILLIAM It IIAKPER- Ilttldtoi UnltMUIr of CUIcoja of Not a single relig problem ofany importance has been solved by the thcologi cal seminaries of the United States in 50 years churches arc too much occupied with denominational questions to direct their Attention to thou The solution of these problems must come from our great universities which arc realizing that they must furnish the religious training in the future Theological universities have not been laboratories for religious education but merely have turned out expert propagandists who arc always the exact patterns of their constructors They will not solve the religious questions nor will the churches Instruction is given in Sunday schools by school teachers who on week days would regard a similar lack of knowledge of science as disgraceful Often their moral 11chnracter is not fit for the Sunday school No other institution but the university can undertake this work The work of the university which undertakes this will include provisions for lectures correspondence and rending courses for the students Biblical his tory and literature religion ethics philosophy and science would be included in the curri column The study will not be restricted to theory The I university will constitute itself a laboratory in which I practical work will be done Our university settlement furnishes a good example of this No one will suppose that the university shall be I entirely substituted for the home or for the technical work of the church mIlt trnigllt Ulan By REV JOHN WATSON Ian McCUrtn Author Bold Ihe Bonnl Briar Bu hEte ious The also He looks you in time face and his words have the accent of sincerity He means what he says and he says what h means and if you quote him you will never be lefy in the lurch He may be long in coming to a y decision and he may be hard in a bargain When the bargain is made whether by word of mouth or a nod of the head just as much as by a letter which has been copied he will stand by it thought he lose his last penny He will not whine about his losses for theyare the fortune of war nor will he brag about his honesty for he expects that to betaken for grarjtcd If you have to meet him in debate he may press you hard and be very keen in his views but he will always deal fairly with you looking for the sense of what you said and not taking any advantage of the words If he has a quarrel with you he will have it out with you face to face and would scorn to slander you behind your back- ss Ie also may be unable sonic day to pay his debts and that will be the bitterest trial of his life well he will work night and day to regain his prosperity and then he will pay his creditors every one with inter est Ntver was he known to make capital out of any doubtful pcint in a game for though he was eager to vim he was still more determined tot win like a sportsman And this is what we mean by a straight man CIRCULAR NOTE SENT Presidents Wishes Regarding Pence Conference Carried Out It Endorses the Project of a General System of Arbitration and the Establishment of An Interna tlonal Peace Congress Washington Oct 31ln a circular note Secretary Hay has carried out the presidents Instructions relative to proposing a second Hague conference Tho cote not only contemplates the reassembling of Tho Hague confer encu for tho consideration of questions specially mentioned by tho original conference as demanding further at tention such as time rights and duties of neutrals the Inviolability of private property In naval warfare and the bombardment of ports by naval force but goes further by practically en Horsing the project of a general sys tom of arbitration treaties and the es InbllHliinent of an International con gross to meet periodically In the In terests of peace The Issue of tho call while the present wltr Is in progress Is Justified by the fact that tho first Hague conferenco was called before our treaty of peaco with Spain was concludedThe among other things says Among the broader general ques tlona at The Hague conference In1899 affecting the rights and Justice of the rotation of sovereign states which wore then relegated to a future con ference were The rights and duties of neutrals the Inviolability of private property In naval warfare and tho bombardment of ports towns and vII lages by a naval force Tho other matters mentioned In tho anal act take the form of suggestions for con deration by Interested governments The three points mentioned cover a large field The first especially touch- Ing the rights and duties of neutrals Is of universal Importance Its right fnl disposition affects time Interests and well being of nil tho world The neutral IK something more than an onlooker Ills acts of omission or corn mission may have an Influence Indi rect but tangibleon n war actually In progress while on the other hand he may suffer from tho exigencies of the belligerents U Is this phase of warfare which deeply concerns tho world at largo Efforts have been made time and again to formulate rules of action applicable to Its moro material aspects as In the declarations of Paris As recently as the 58th of April of this year the con grass of the United States adopted resolutions reading thus Resolved By the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled that it Is tho sense of tho congress of the United States that it is desirable In the Interest of uniformity of action by the maritime states of the world in time of war that tho president en deavor to bring about an understand ing among the principal maritime lowers with a view of Incorporating Into the iwrinnnent law of civilized nations the principle of tho exemption of all private property at sea not con traband of war from a capture or destruction by belligerents Approved April 28 1901 HORRIBLE MURDER Man Thrown Into a Coke Oven By Two Men and Cremated Masontown Pa Oct 31Stevo Heroic employed at tho Bessemer coke plant reported that late Satur day night he saw a man thrown Into a coke oven and cremated Horok rays ho saw three mon scuffling on top of an oven and a moment later saw two of them Jump to the ground and disappear in the darkness Just then names Issued from tho oven as though fuel had been tossed into It Coroner Hagen Sunday ordered the oven drawn when blackened human bones and teeth were found Tho murdered man and his assailants are unknown Sir Thomas Lipton New Loving Cup London Oct 31Slr Thomas Lip ton In visiting the cruiser Olympia of the United States European squad ron Sunday to thank the crow for the loving cup which they presented tb him Saturday said he hail received many trophies but among them all this cup would occupy a prominent position but ho added significantly there Is one spot which ho is keeping vacant theTo Fair St Louis Oct 31Vlco President Manuel Diaz personal representative of President Tomas Estrada Palma of Cuba arrived in St Louis Sunday over the Southern Pacific railroad to visit the Worlds fair for several days Devotion Makes Her a Pest Victim Chicago Oct 31 Following her stricken daughter to tho Isolation hos pital to nurse her through her attack of smallpox Mrs Edwin Ourrltt Smith herself became a victim of the disease Mrs Smith Is tho wife of an attorney A Farewell Meeting Cleveland 0 Oct 31The Lyceum theater was crowded Sunday night at a farewell meeting to hear Command cr RoothTucUer of the Salvation army who leaves this country for Eng land on the steamer Oceanic from New York November 16 Banker Ends Lift In Counting Room Dolavan Wls Oct 31 James F Uitlmcr president of tho Latlmer bank killed himself in his bank by shooting himself In the breast lie was considered to be worth about JLOOOOO Illness the cause FJRE IN PORT ARTHUR Japanese Shells Ignited a Pow der Magazine A Successful Attack on the Russian Outposts at Wumlngtsun and Two Unsuccessful Counter Attacks Made By Muscovites Che Foo Oct 31The third gen eral attack on Port Arthur began October 21 according to unimpeachable authority and on October 26 Japanese shells sot are to the only smokeless powder magazine In Port Arthur Por tions of time town caught Ore tho con flagration continuing the whole day On October 26 tho Japanese captured the Russian trenches on the slope of Itlplung mountain also a fortified po sition protecting that fortress The Japanese consider the progress of the siege to be highly satisfactory Toklo Oct 31A report from the Manchurlan army headquarters reedy ed Sunday records a successful night attack against tho Russian outposts at Wumlngtsun and two unsuccessful counter attacks made by the Russians The report Is as follows On the night of October 28 a small force of the enemy attacked Walt no mountain but was immediately re pulsed October 29 at 3 oclock in the morning a detachment of Infantry was dispatched from the center army against Wumlngtsun The enemy was surprised and the houses occupied by the enemy wore sot on fire Wumlngt theIus a enemy quent night attacks against our out posts On the night of October 28 a force of tho enemy of unknown strength attacked an eminence near Santaokaiigtzu but was immediately repulsed Mukd m Oct 31The attack by tho Japanese on the Buddhist Temple hill on October 27 led to sharp fighting The Japanese artillery played on tho position from early In the morning ren shellslanddemolishing all tho shelters Two ma chine SIms with tho battalion defend- Ing the lull woro smashed and disa bled but the defenders carried ort the remains of the guns when they were forced to retire Tho Japanase infantry attack under cover of the bombardment was made In close order There was desperate handtohand fighting in tho trenches followed by a counter attack with tho bayonet The Japanese finally gained the hUt but were unable to hold it In the face of the deadly Russian artillery fire St Petersburg Oct 31Tho military situation has not yet developed anything of great Importance though the fight at the Buddhist Temple hull on October 27 appears to have been decidedly a heavy engagement It probably Indicates that final moves on both sides are now occurring prepara tory to another long serious battle JAPANESE MINISTER iTHE An Operation For Appendicitis Was Performed On Him Now York Oct I1n Deration for appendicitis was performed on Japanese Minister Kogoro Takahlra in a hotel In this city Sunday Tho case Is said to he a serious one and attaches of the Japanese legation at Washington have been summoned to the ministers bedside Mr Takhlra arrived hero from Washington Friday night and immediately after being assigned to a room at the hotel complained of Illness and asked that a physician be sent for The phy sician found the minister suffering much pain but remedies were admin istered whIch eased his sufferings and allowed him to pass the remainder of the night comfortably Saturday how ever the minister could retain no food and this with other symptoms caused the physician to believe that tho case was one of appendicitis and Sunday when it was positively diagnosed as such an Immediate operation was do cided upon The operation on Minister Takahlra was performed between 3 and 4 oclock by Dr William T Dull who issued tho following bulletin at 745 oclock Sunday night The patient was taken ill Saturday morning with appendicitis Symp toms of peritonitis rapidly supervened end an operation was decided upon by Drs Dull Delafieldand Shrady The operation was done early in the afternoon since which time his condition has been satisfactory although he can not be pronounced out of danger for two or three At present the out look is favorabie- Dr Dull announced that bulletins would be Issued every three hours for several days The Report Untrue Vlgo Spain Oct 31 Inquiries hero fall to obtain the slightest confirmation of the report published In the United States that Vice Arttf Rojest vonsky has requested Emperor Niche las to relievo him of his command Big Order For Steel Rails Now York Oct 31Tho Louisville ft Nashvilles order of 50000 tons of steel rails given to the Tennessee Coal and Iron Co tho rails to be delivered next year at the price ot 28 per ton Is of more significance than would at first appear Received the British Ambassador- St Petersburg Oct 31The enipc ror Sunday afternoon received In au dience Sir Charles Harding the Drlt Ish ambassador at Tearskoe Selo Tho emperor and the ambassador had a bug conversation FL L LrL 4GrGGL C CGCtara44frfrW tiGCkt GrrGtifr 4GGSrrC SfrGr4 L u s FROM ALL OVER THE STATE s WIPED OUT BY FIRE TwntyOne Buildings In Corinth Ky Destroyed Lexington Ky Oct 31The town of Corinth with a population of about 3DO 25 miles north of hero on the Cincinnati Southern railroad was wiped out by tire Twentyone buildings were destroyed at a loss of 50000 Only three business buildings Includ ing the Farmers bank were saved Not a house was left standing In Main street The fire started from a defec tive flue in a private residence Ex cept for a few private cisterns there Is not sufficient water in the town to water a horse so complete had been the drought The fire department of Deattyvllle responded THE NEW GAME LAW The Newport NImrods Are Preparing to Take the Field Newport Ky Oct 8Local NIm rods are preparing to take the field as the game laws of Kentucky will soon be open Under the new law there are several changes to which the hunters have not as yet become accustomed It permits the hunting of quail partridge and pheasants from November 15 to January 1 woodcock June 20 to February turkey September 1 to February 1 squirrel Juno 15 to February 1 rabbit November 15 to December 15 amo Warden Doltz will see that the law is strictly en forced Nonresidents must pay a 25 license ANTISALOON LEAGUE Warfare Against the Saloons In Ken tucky Will Be Waged Lexington Ky Oct 28Thursday afternoon the Interdenominational Temperance committee merged Itself In this city with the Anti Saloon League to be affiliated with the na tional body Elected were W B Adams of Frankfort president Rev Mark Collis of this city secretary Dr 0 W Young of Georgetown superintendent and II K Taylor of Louisville assistant superintendent Plans were discussed for a vigorous campaign COMMISSIONER YERKES His Throat is Worse and He Will Re tire to a Hospital Lexington Ky Oct 29 Commis stoner of Internal Revenue John W Yerkes who was compelled to cancel all his Kentucky appointments on ac count of tho breaking down of his voice found his throat oven worse Fri day than Thursday evening A hur sled examination by a specialist dis closed that fact and he will retire to the Good Samaritan hospital here for rest and treatment after attending the 25th wedding anniversary in an in formal family dinner at Danville Another Indictment Plneville Ky Oct 28The grand Jury Thursday indicted John Langdon foreman of the lIngo mines charging him with having ballots outside the election room In the HunterEdwards republican congressional primary Au gust 9 Langdon had previously been indicted on two counts in connection with the burning of the ballots Physicians Elect Officers ElUon Ky Oct 8The Southern Medical association after a two days session adjourned to meet next year at Ritssellvllle The following officers were elected President Dr R W Frey of Trenton vice presidents Drs Grace and Tyler of Todd county secretarytreasurer R L Boyd of Pembroke New Bank In Louisville Washington Oct 31Tho Western national bank of Louisville Ky has been authorized to begin business with a capital of 300000 W D Smith will be president F A Henry Jr vice president T L Jefferson cashier and Louis Melz assistant cashier This bank was formerly known as the West ern Dank of Louisville Kentucky Rural Free Mall Routes Washington Oct 29Rural routes have been order established in Ken flticky December 1 as follows Au burn Logan county additional service with one carrier area 11 square miles population 57G Moorefield Nicholas county with one carrier area covered 18 square miles population 708 Asks For a Perpetual Injunction Bowling Green Ky Oct 9Coun- ty Attorney Thomas filed a petition for the county asking a perpetual injunc tion restraining John Oman John Oman Jr and G W Greak from using the county roads for the purpose of hauling stone with a traction engine and train of wagons Killed Hls Neighbor Madlsonvlllc Ky Oct 31 Purdue Lutz one of tho best known men in the county was killed by Jefferson Morgan Lutz and Morgan both lived In Manitou and were neighbors Mor gan made his escape and a posse is In pursuit Decorated the Grave Covlngton Ky Oct 31All Souls day was appropriately celebrated at the St Marys cemetery on the Lexing ton pike Sunday afternoon Fully 500 persons attended aTtd decorated the graves of their dead THE MOTHER IS DEAD Strange Coincidence In the Death of Chairman Hagers Parents Lexington Ky Oct 29Mrs Wil liam R Huger tho widowed mother of State Auditor S W linger died at her home In Salycrsvllle Friday morn Ing after an Illness of 12 days from pneumonia She was 68 years of age Auditor linger who is also chairman of the democratic state campaign committee was called to her bedside last Monday and he was with her when the end came The funeral will take place Sunday The death of Auditor Hagers mother constitutes a sad coin cidence In the campaign as his father died during state campaign of 1903 ATTORNEY ASSAULTED His Assailant Will Be Indicted For Contempt of Court Hopklnsvllle Ky Oct 28 County Attorney Otho H Anderson was as saulted dt the post office Thursday morning by George Merrltt a saloon keeper and powerful athlete who claimed the lawyer humiliated him during a crossexamination In a trial In the circuit court Anderson was knocked down and dealt several ter rifle blows Merrltt surrendered Officials say ho will be Indicted for contempt of court WAS BURNED TO DEATH He Pushed Rescuer From the House and Locked Himself In Lexington Ky Oct 31 Georgo Brown a Negro while in a drunken stupor knocked over a lamp Sunday night which set fire to the house and burned him to n crisp Just as tho fire started a neighbor opened tho door and tried to put out the flames but Drown pushed him out and locked himself in The cottage was destroy ed when the fire department reached the scene and his body was burned to a crisp MEN AND BEASTS SUFFER Long Drought Results In a Water Famine Carlisle Ky Oct 9Water Is getting to be a big item in this section for drinking purposes and stock cattle and stock are being driven from four to six miles to Licking river and nev erfalling springs The electric light plant is only running half time for lack of water Washerwomen are doubling the prices and in many cases six and eight families are being sup plied with drinking water from ono cistern The Confederate Reunion Ixjulsvllle Ky Oct 29The general committee on the national reunion of the Ualted Confederate Vet erans in this city next year met at the residence of Maj John II Leathers and by a unanimous vote recommend ed June 7 and 8 1905 as the days for the 20th reunion Horses Perish In Flames Bowling Green Ky Oct 28Tha barn of Curd Lowe near South Union was destroyed by fire Six head of horses perished In the flames besides a considerable quantity of feedstuff and farming Implements The loss id 3000 with no Insurance Two Deaths at Paducah Paducah Ky Oct 31W R Peal 64 county coroner died of a compli cation of diseases He was the third coroner to die in office here Sam Houston a prominent lawyer died Sat urday morning For years he was city prosecutor Ho left a large estate No Tiding From Ko Del Newport Ky Oct 3tNo tidings has been received as to tho whereabouts of Herman H Koegcl the miss- Ing druggist of Third aqd Monmouth streets who went to French Lick Springs October 12 and disappeared from there October 14 Both Were Badly Burned Mt Sterling Ky Oct 31On Wil son creek near Seney Carter county Ky the residence of Riley Carraway was burned Mrs Carraway was res cued by her husband Doth were bad ly burned A Scarcity of Water Lexington Ky Oct 31The effects of an almost unparalleled drought la this state ore Just beginning to be felt by tho railroads and the manufacturing concerns that exist along their right of way- Engineer Killed Fireman Hurt Sergent Ky Oct 31In a freight wreck on the Indian Creek extension of the Kentucky Virginia railroad Engineer Lent Wilkins was killed Fireman Edward Kolley was frightfully burned and will die Hlldreth at Lexington Lexington Ky Oct I1Sam C Hll dreth the Chicago turfman accompan led by his wife arrived here Sunday night lie has a number of goodlook ing and promising youngsters in train ing at the Kentucky association course Poured Oil On a Fire Wllllamstowp Ky Oct 31l1 A Perkins of Crittenden poured oil on a fire and burned 16 death HU wife was helpless In an adjoining room with a young baby lu her arms She la In a critical condition from shock HI ITHE CITIZEN srtt 111 Eastern Kentucky News no oxrespoMence pIIWhe4 nnleu signed la fun by the writer Tile ame- I not for pzbUcaUon bat as an evidence of rood fAith Write plainly oHHl 111 H H 111 +11111111 +11+1111111111 1111+111 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Oct 2i1I1rs Nnn Becknell and hor son Andy were In Beatlyvill this wtokIt hns been nearly three preacllOrTIShasten the time when there will bo n good church house in every neighbor hood and services weeklyHenry Clay said Sly mother was poor and very poor but she was never too poor to buy hers on good books and to this fact more than to any ono thing do I owe my success in life When the good jwoplo of our be loved hills realize tho truth of Clays words it will ho the dawning of a brighter and better day for tin schoolchildren of Kentucky for when the parents are convinced that an investment in brains yields the largest possible income they will not hesitate to furnish their children books which have been called tamps lighted by Imnds that have crumbled to dust to guide us on the path way of life They will then unlock the wayand point their children to the open door of the common free school GABBARD Oct 2STho weather stillcon Unites dry with cold nightsTho people are very busy gathering corn and digging potatoes The corn crops are not so good but potatoes are excellent Whooping trough is very numerous in this vicinity Mr and Mrs P 11 Gabbards little baby is very ill with it and not expcctet to liveMiss Lucy Reynolds of Eversolo visited her sister Mrs Emma Cole lust week Godfrey Isaacs and sister Emma of Egypt Jackson County visited relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John L Gabbard and son Henry are visiting relatives in Jackson County this weekTho Indian Creek baseball team defeated tho Booneville team last Saturday in the second engagement this fall The score was 23 to 18 in favor of the Indian Creek boys John R Moore and Carter Stamper were the umpires TRAVELLERS REST Oct 27School District No 22 is planning to go to Pleasant Grove the 28th to play baseball with that school Candidates are plentiful in Owsloy County this yearWo are in great need of rain in this vicinity W T McGuire of this place is candidate for County Superintendent Caudoll Brothers are doing a thriving business hereW C Tacket and Louvena Newman were married tho 22nd instMr and Mrs W P Minter have just returned from Stantoir where they have been visiting Mrs Millers parents VINCENT Oct 27It has beun reported that David Warren while out riding dropped a bunch of keys which caused his horse to run away but fortunately ho was not hurtSome of the lipys and girls at this place are planning to bo in Berea this winter J C Botner and son are doing business hero againWo think Finley Hamilton will be able to resume his usual work in a few days ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Oct 81Last Friday night while working in the new Livingston coal mines slate fell on Thomas Rector and killed him instantly He leaves u largo family who need assistance as woll as sympathy Mr and Mrs W II Cottinghim have taken rooms tit the Howell hotel for the present Rev F P Gates has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Indi inaW II Ponder wont to London Monday on business and to attend tho rallyMr Henry Browning will sown have his new house completed John Penuingtou was in Jackson County last week on business Among the sick of our little town are Charlie and Archie Cooper Mrs Tack Smith Mrs Jas Aldridgo and ylraryGilford Mr Welk Mullins of p is reported very sick with fewerMr W G Smith of Row land Ky end Miss Nora Fowler of Livingston Ky were tnairied at the homo of the bride Oct 24at 1030 A They loft immediately for St Louis anti different points west Bust wishes of many friends go with thoJl1lIis Allio Fowler of Berea is visiting her parents in Livingston Saturday and Oct StDillard Griifith lost his barn std three good horses by lire lust Friday night also tobacco fodder mid corn and his farming tools and a good buggy They saw the firo about aims in tho night but it was too near gone to do anything with it It is thought some ono set lire to it They had blood hounds there but could only track to tho woods Littlo Johnnie Stephens is on the sick list J W Todd is moving his shingle mill to W S Shearers on Clear Creek Mrs Stephens Mrs Mi Collum and Mrs Rich went to Berea last Saturday Grandma Ogg of Disputanta is still very lowNest Saturday and Sunday is the regular meeting at Scaffold CanoJ W Todd is painting his houseMr and Mrs James Hoinmons visited her father Mr Lake near Berea Snturdaynnd Sunday Misses Eliza Macintosh Bessie and Nora Liuvill were the guests of tho Todd girls Sunday All had a jolloM time We are still having dry weather Mrs Cook visited her son R D Cook last week BOONE Oct 31What nice weather we are having this fall If people dont get their work done now it wont be the weathors fault Lambert Coylo have their now store house just about completed and their new goods have arrivedJ C Wrens little son broke his leg Sat urdayMr and Mrs Clint Holt and little son Losco and Mr and Mrs Isaac Martin and baby Goldie of Scaffold Cane visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert SundayJ H Lambert of this place went Sunday to see Mrs Ellen Morgan who is very sick and but little hope for her recovery A Wren and family have moved to Boones Gap JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Oct 31Dr J W Hurley took dinner with Jacob Hellard Sunday J K Morris and family visited G W Hollard Saturday and Sunday John Amyat of Evergreen tool dinner with G W Hellard Friday W M Lakes anti family visited Jacob Hellard Saturday and Sunday Miss Rebecca Hellard and Tom Johnson visited Miss Ada Simpson of Morrill Sunday John Brock man and wife visited Shelt Brockman Sr Sunday John and Criss Roberts of Indian Creek attended the shooting match at Jane Morriss Saturday Judge T J Coyle took dinner with Frank Hellard Saturday Tho Judge says he does pot own foot of land in Jackson County Hi says he will stay with us till about January Miss Minnie Morris visited Jane Morris Sunday Jacob Hellart will kill a fine beef November 4th Mr Henry Clark of Goochland paid G W Hellard a flying visit Sunday Ho reports he is going to Florida for lily health which is very bad KERBY KNOB Oct 31The Misses Laura and Nannio Hatfield accompanied by their brother Frank attended the revival services of Pilot Knob church last Sunday A number of converts were baptised in tho creek near tho church house Miss Martha Click who is taking the nurses training course in the Berea hospital came liomo for a short visit Wednesday evening going back Thursday after noonMr Curios Coylo and family aro planning to spend the winter in Florida Firo from a defective flue caught in the roof of Clover Bottom schoolhouse The flames were fought jack by the pupils and teacher until time arrival of the nearest patrons when the fire was completely ox inguished before any serious dam age was done MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Oct 31Louis Sandlin of Drey fus was the guest of his brotherin law G B Gabbard from Friday until Sunday Mr and Mrs David McCollum and Miss Sarah Lawson visited G B Gabbard and family SundayMr and Mrs Geo Tkdale isited their son Walter at WHitea Station last weakRov James Luns ford of Berea has bought Charley ogors farm near Wallaceton for 51100 Miss Flora Green of Big lull was the gueql of her sister Mrs Julia Maupin last weokMrs Amanda Baker and son Edgar of Big Hill was the guest of her son- G F Brockman and familyMr- Sol Taylor arrived here Saturday from Illinois and will accompany Mr H C Wyley through to Villa Grove 111 They will drive through R B Gabbard and wife visited George Carter and family Sunday Jharley Rogers is visiting al Preach irsvillo this week HICKORY PLAINS Oct 20 Josephus Wilson pur chased the fare of Rev Lunsford of Jerca and will move in a few days Mrs Maggie Overley is visiting her other Win Adams Adams has returned from an extended trip to Lawson MoA O Johnson traveling salesman for W G While 1 Co of Louisville la expected 0 o O 0 10 t Our Popular Scholarship Contest 01 Tho time will soon be lucre when the final hustling for first place ho gins It hits been intimated that in the lost few days there will bo many surprises due to the hoarding of ballots for this final sprint In fact it has como definitely to our knowledge that spine of thoso in second place hold secretly more thqu enough to put them in first place To thou now in tho lead we would say Dont for n moment cease work Keep at it as though you were a tnilendorl Lee County Mary Farler 1200 Clay Combs 050 Floyd Lucas 500 H McGuire 400 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie I1501Clau-deDeBuuu 122G Wallace Adums700Tom- mie Baker 375 Mug io Loweu 975 Pearl Gay 825 Clay County Susie Sparks O Ida Beugoh lt100 1111 Rico M 10U M Robinson 1200 T E Burch 600 Chas Combs GOO G J Jarvis 500 Mary Collins 400 Owiley County Nora Wilson 850 Snowden Beynolds001Gar- field Campbell 450 Mary Ray 450 Flora Pendergrass X01 Burgoyuo Botnor 110 Nettie Treadway 1111 B J Pendergruss 101 Jeanette Gabbard 100 hone next weekWe are having largo crowds nt our Sundayschool anti are progressing nicely with our lessons Squire Johnson and sister Jane went to Lexington Friday to visit the bedside of their niece Miss Susie Roberts who has typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Kiah McKeehan went also CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Oct 20Court opened at Manchester Monday with D K Raw lings acting as judge Mall and William Smith Ante Smallwood Woodson Mills Oliver and Frank Wagers Henry Manning and son all attendedcourt at Manchester Mon dayBobort Greer is vecy low with CeerFranknud Gilbert Mills went to Flat Lick MondayBorn- to tho wife of Woodson Mills a 13 Ib boy This makes tho 13th child and the 9th boyJohn D White made u speech at Manchester Mon tiny for Rosyamid FairTho Re publicans of this place are getting very eager to see the election couio up11e earnestly believe that when the smoke clears away on the 8th tiny of November Teddy will have won tho battle by many thousands majority Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been travelingaround the world bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish arc now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver f a delightful food and a i al tonic for children for old males and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT A DOWNE Chemists 4O04IS Pearl StreettNew00 and Rockcsstl County Rachel Hibbenl roO E B Thompson OO John McFerrou400Fa- nnie McClure 100 Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely lOt Byrda 1lollarguo100Jackson W L Begloy 2500 Susie Watson 1200 Laura Hatfield 1050 Samuel Davis tlOO Lizzie Wilson BrIO Nannie Click 800 Lucy Parsons 900 May Spurkman 300 C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estlll County Katie Moores Ui8 Ambrose Wilson 8i8 Garuett Powell 800 Theta Noland GOO Nora McGeo I 100 J II Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Alumbaugh 210 Robert L Coyle 102 Martha Logndon 101 Sallio Wilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwcll 100 Humor cta Philosophy By DUNCAN M SHITS Copyright IAN by Duncan M Smith PERT PARAGRAPHS The only Rood thing about advice U that It puts the giver In such good hu mor that he usually will stand for a touchThe dealer In green good lion the lookout for green customers to match theme Never lend your umbrella It Is a good thing to hue handy when It rains Nearness lend enchantment to the Benson when fried chicken and peach pie are under contemplation An eye opener U a joke the point of which a blind man can see When you have strained your rela tion with your sweetheart apply a poultice of bonbon and violets Many a woman haa won a husband by becoming the tall to his kite The moat sue ccssful get rich quick scheme is this Be born the son of a trust magnate Many a wom an 1s darker than she Is painted Nothing makes a man quite so mad 8i to discover that a slot machine la out of repair after he haa put his won ey In It When It Was Cold Call thli cold Little old winter like this Why child You must be wild Of course Jack Krost pokes Tender folks A few Jab of the mildest sort Just for sport Hut that doeint prove That It U cold enough to move South Yra It may cause some distress To lose an ear But dear Me WeThought such things nothing at all When I was small And we had Dad Hard All wool and a yard Widewintersthat really tried To live up to the name And be game Great Chrlsl Wed go barefoot In weather like this Or stay inside and smoke To avoid n sunstroke In those good old Day when It was cold You knew It without consulting the papers to see If It was one degree Colder than yesterday Say When It Was cold You didnt nerd to be told By Some wise guy Who was drawing pay You knew It every moment of the day Carriage Satisfaction Here I Surries bodyfinishcarriages invaiinbly give No better place to buy than HERD No butter time to uy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like- Magic Not by paralyzing the semi and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without tad aftereffects Tou can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming action on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Die tines CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse verlng In their use you do away with the cause Dr Miles AntlPaln Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk I am thAnkful for the good Dr Miles Antifain Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war lava had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntlPaln 1111s Urn remedy that ever gave me relief Since then I have not had one hard attack breauxa I take Ill dlmeultroHOtlAUNDKIIS FREE IJackaPaIn Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Palru Alw Symptom Blank Our Specialist will dlagnonit your case tell and how to rlent It LAIioItATonulaLi LKIIAltTHIND I I I 11 I I I I I I I I fl to Street I not sad I know whereof I suf rated ms fains would shoot through m back and side and I would have blinding headaches limbs would swill up sod I would fwil so weak ooold not stand up I naturally felt dliooangtd for I to be beyond the help physician but Win of came M a Uodiend to me Ifelt a change for the better within a wok After nlnetton days treatment I menstruated suffering the agonlos nuall did and soon regular and pain Wine ot Oardnl Is wonderful and 1 wish that aU suffering women knew ot Its good Tmjnrsr Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness of Card uI cures out of twenty cases of irregular bearing pains or ant If aro doctors bare that ii the best reason in the world should try of Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today We have bought th- eMeat 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