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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f4 ++ arw4 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher BtImd aU Pat ojlat lBerN lr III mooed- eJau 111411lII4lltr I 1i VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1901 One dollar a year NO 21 1 IDEAS Ignorance Is always in tho power of tho knave Whether it does other damage or not mtulHlinging nlwnys dirties tho hand of tho thrower Thin in Btlll tho glorious United Slugs wo have not gone to tho how Ixws tho party not in poworto tho contrary TAKE NOTICE Pros Frost preaches in the M It Churchnt 11allne ton Wnllucu 1Chn1Kl Sunday November 13 nt M- FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Crown Princess of Korea tiled at Seoul J1fOnOUnCCRtllO Extensive increases are to ho made ht till Brazilian army and navy A Japanese nan of wnr is reported- to have hewn stink by n mine olT Port ArthurHeavy firing in being heard all around Mukden and n battle is look Mi for at nay hour Attempt wore made by inocmliar kw to destroy tho Palace of Justin and tho Pulaco of State in Milan Italy Tho Porto has not prohibited tho carryluga reportltl- Jor condemning tho neutrality of Qonnany iu tho Fur Intern war a thirteen yimrold Polish boy has boon mnitcnml to prison for throe mouths Elections in Canada Nov 3 show tho Lilemln returned to power iitrouger than uverboforo The Con mrvative leader was beaten iu his own city of Halifax IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Oil City1l CHURM a low of J275000 Tho Lake Shore railroad will ox jwrimenl with ntwil crowtics All grade of refined sugar have Teen raised another ten oeuU a hun drill pounds Ono man wan killed and several were Injured in n trolley cur accident in Cincinnati JnpunMOAllnilltor appendicitis Sunday continue fav o ruble Konowed efforts are to Ix mado to Hettlo the textile strike at Fall River Mass which was inaugurated sixteen weeks ago- Nearly all tho striking miners in Illinois have returned to work and engineershasD K Pearsons of Chicago who hoe given much money to various educational institutions has present wl 22000 to Pork College of Park villa near Kansas City Thn College raised an additional 75000 The election guarantees Roosovclt fairdealing nIl prosperity for tho next four years Theodore him helped us settle Homo important rightThobought they believe in tho Moose velt doctrine But now for tho battle with tho boodlers who infest a party which him big majorities- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- In response to demands by insur ance companies bettor fire service will at once ho established Mt Sterling Tho Louisvillo and Nashville Rail road Company it is stated will starts now steamship line between Pen Rncola and San Juan The Louisville and Southern diana Traction Conipanywill expend over 200000 on improvements in tho three Fall Cities during tho next row months Rufus Bryant a woll known Jcs Hamine county farmer lay nil night by the railroad track after being struck by a train Ho was taken to Lexington by a train crow whore he died several hours afterwards Tho Court of Appeals ruled that tho State cannot recover on tho bond U1QnorpaillHis action It is hold was irregular but iu nowise prejudiced tho State Action of the State Capitol Com mission to bo token within tho next whetherutleroGeneral Assembly during tho coining i month for tho purpose of BO amend ing the net making appropriation of 1000000 for a now Capitol as to provide for tho erection of jho build ng on ono of tho beautiful hilltops about Frankfort I DNO Ida L 4O4 nt THE CITIZEN PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT ASTOUNDS ALL Roosevelts Overwhelming Victory Over Parker i NORTH APPARENTLY SOLID Unprecedented Republican Pluralities In the Debatable Stales LEADERS DAZED BY THE AVALANCHE Democratic Candtdatea Homo State Shows an Adverse Majority or Huge rroportlontlmllnnn IlllnoU Mich- Igan Iowa WUoontln and Mlnne eats Alto lleveal Heavy Republican Utni Analjrtli or the Votes Cut In the Several Mates New York Nov 9Tuesdays elec lion was astounding even to the most sanguine of the Kopubltcan managers Confident aa they were of success they were not prepared for the aston tihlng figures which followed tho closing of the polls bringing Into tbo Republican column not otilx all of those states they had claimed as safe for their candidates but every northern state classed aa doubtful Democratic successes are confined to the solid south In which Kentucky II included and Mr Parker has not carried a single state which did not give Its vote to Mr Bryan four years ago Unofficial returns Indicate that ho has lost sumo of those which tho Nebraska candidate hold for his party rataiuicnT nOOSEVFLT Prom a new ohotoBraph1 Official figures from somo of the northwestern states may slightly change tho totals but based on tho returns available at this hour tho electoral vote stands as follows ROOSEVELTEstimated Electoral Slate Plurality Vote Colorado GOOO 5 California 10 Connecticut 25000 7 Delaware 2BOO 7 Idaho 3 Illinois 150000 27 Indiana 50000 16 Iowa 125000 13 Kansas 30000 10 Maine 37000 0 Maryland 8 Massachusetts 80000 10 Mlchlfian 100000 14 Minnesota 100000 1 Montana 3 Now Jersey 50000 12 Nebraska SOOOO 8 Now Hampshire 20000 4 Nevada 3 Now York 185000 39 North Dakota 2COOO 4 Ohio 100000 23 Oregon 30000 4 Pennsylvania 300000 3t Rhode Island 5000 4 South Dakota 30000 4 Utah 9000 3 Vermont 30000 4 West Virginia 7 Wellington 30000 5 Wisconsin COOOO 13 Wyoming 3 This gives Roosevelt a total of 325 electoral votes FOR PARKER Alabama 37600 11 Arkansas 40000 9 Florida 18000 6 Georgia 45000 19 Kentucky 10000 13 Louisiana 35000 9 Mississippi 10 Missouri 35000 18 North Carolina 12 South Carolina 9 Tennessee 25000 12 Texas 190000 18 Virginia 12 This shows a total electoral vote of 151 for Parker As a dramatic climax to the sensa tional majorities given him carne President Roosevelts formal announcement that he would net bo a candidate for roelcctlon lending tho only exciting aspect to an election night otherwise so onesided that It was Impossible for oven the victors to attain that degree of enthusiasm that usually marks tho occasion Late came an announcement from Levin 0 Palllsor manager of tho campaign for Thomas E Watson candidate of the Peoplos party that as a result of tho overwhelming Democratic defeat stops would be taken to form a now party To this end according to tho announcement given out Mr Dryan Mr Watson and Randolph Hearst would hold a conference In Now York In about a weeks time Beginning with the state of Now Illurjtalo runs practically throughout tho country Kentucky ulono showing Democratic gains Indiana Is credited with at toast 40000 plurality Iowa t 125000 and Pennsylvania heads tho list as tho banner Republican stato with the magnificent Republican plur ality of 325000 Even in the southern states tho vote has been light Geor gins Democratic majority being only between 30000 and 40000 Texas will probably not exceed 100000 Nevada which was carried by Mr Dryan four years ago Is Republican and tho in dications are that Montana Idaho and Colorado also Democratic In 1900 havo gone back Into tho Republican column Delaware is estimated at about 5000 Republican Massachu setts about 90000 and Connecticut In which tho more sanguine of tho Democratic leaders claimed to havo had hopes is about 25000 for Roosevelt While on tho national ticket tho Democrats havo sutfcfcd a crushing defeat they have retrieved them selves on sonic state tickets They have reversed the national vote by electing governors In Massachusetts Minnesota and probably in Colorado NEW YORK Now York Nov 0 Theodore Roosevelts plurality In this his na tlve state Is second only to McKih boys In 1890 It exceeds McKlnloys iii 1900 by about 41500 Tho late returns show that there woro cast for him In New York state about 185000 L votes more than for Parker Not only was his vote heavy In the country dls tricts where tho Republican strong holds are but In Greater Now York traditionally Democratic he ran much closer to Judgo Parker than had been expected oven by his own campaign managers It had been estimated that ho would como down to the Bronx with bettor than 140000 plu rality but the figures showed that this forecast wonld bo exceeded by approximately 85000 In this city Parkers supporters had expressed hopes that their candidate would have from 140000 to 160000 more than Roosevelt but in this they were dis appointed by moro than 100000 votes Jo overwhelming was tho Republican vote that tho result was known posl lively early in tho evening Tho earliest counties to report made it clear that the Parker vote every where tell below Bryans In practical ly all tho upstate districts In Great er Now York Parkers plurality was tram 12000 to 14000 larger than accordingto10000 short of Bryan KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 9Tho vote in Kentucky Indicates a majority in tho stato for Parker of from 12000 to 14000 The figures of the Democratic end Republican managers show but little variance from this result Ken tucky In 1900 gave Bryan 8098 plur ality In the Fifth district composed of Louisville and Jefferson county tho Democratic plurality of 3C9C In 1900 was cut down by fully 2000 votes In the Third district also the Demo cratic majority was reduced The complete returns from the strongly Republican Eleventh district are not expected for 48 hours but the reduc lion of tho normal Republican major ity there as the result of a factional fight over tho Republican congression al nomination will partly offset the Republican gains In tho Third and Fifth The result of the fight leaves the congressional delegation un changed 10 Democrats and one Re publican The Populists Increased their votl slightly but their gains wore only slightly felt by the Demo crats MINNESOTA St Paul Minn Nov 9Roosevelt received a reennl breaking plurality in Minnesota going far beyond McKln los margin of 77000 tour years ago The Republican electoral ticket will have a plurality of over 100000 Par kers yotn was much smaller than that received by Bryan four years ago and Roosevelt was especially strong In counties which of old were Populist strongholds Despite the tremendous plurality for Roosevelt the Demo crate have elected their candidate governor John k Johnson He running well ahead of the voto cast for hind Oem who was defeated four years ago by 2300 At Democratic headquarters Johnsons election was claimed by a plurality of from 20000 to 22000 INDIANA Indianapolis Nov 9lndlana has been carried by the Republicans by from 45000 to 55000 The legislature will be Republican by nearly 50 proba- blY more All the nine Republican congressmen are reelected by In creased majorities and the Republl cans claim also the Second and Twelfth districts now represented Representatives Mlcrs and Robinson both Democrats They are In doubt The legislature which will meet In January will elect two United States tenators one to succeed Vice Presi dentelect Charles W Fairbanks Sen itor Borcridge will be reelected The Republican have almost if not quite doubled the McKinley plurality In the state of 20467 tour years ago ILLINOIS Chicago Nov 9Tho Indications based on tho returns received are that tho Republican national ticket has carried Illinois by about 150000 The chairman of tho Republican state ccntralcommlttco asserted that Roose volt would certainly have a plurality pf 200000 Tho Democrats declared that these figures were greatly exag Berated but admitted that Roosevelt would have a plurality not tar from 100000 The returns on congressmen are slow but it looks as if the Repub IIcans have gained at least two in Chicago NEW JERSEY Newark N J Nov 9Now Jer soy was carried by tho Republicans by a bigger majority than even the most sanguine of tho Republican predictions claimed The state gave In tho neighborhood of 60000 for Rooso velt exceeding MclKnleys majority tour years ago by three thousand more Despite a local issue which was used against him and which caused him to bo cut severely In some parts of this state Edward S Stokes tho Republican nominee for governor de feated his Democratic opponent Charles C Black by moro than 20 000 Eight Republicans and two Demo crats will constitute the states con gressional delegation a gain of ono for the Republicans PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Nov 9 Roosevelts vote In Pennsylvania far exceeds the expectation of tho Republican man agers There In a heavy falling oft In the Democratic vote over the CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 II it 1T y 1t11ItFllttIt Sixteen Departments i Eight Pages 1I+HMHIIiHM4 10 In for by all n Cannot Afford To Lose i IAII that you do not care to lose If so we advise you to rent one of our safe deposit in our fire proof vaultI These safes will take care fof your papers jewelry and rIa yearlCome in and see themrIM THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J J MOORE President H PORTER I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES It Ky9fek 1 Cut Flowers 1I3i t Designs and ii Blooming Plants jH I You may have the best goods and cheapest bargains in the county but if no one ever heard of your store or your bargains what would your brains and 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love avail Ah no no no Madison Caweln In the Cent- urySTRADIVARUS STORY By William Fomtcr Brown j U FOR many years after fato parted my and I I remained in the Kal ser Museum situated on Linden Strasje In the city of Munich sus yenoed from a brass hook screwed in the top of a very tall glass case This museum was a dull place the other Instruments there being exceed ingly Inferior to myself except perhaps for a decrepit cello who claimed to have been created by Nicholas Ama tl and who was so overbearingly con ceited that It was a weariness to con verso with him So I spent tho long hours that hung so heavy in wonder ing If my glorious voice would ever be heard again and dreaming of tho old daysand Carl Horv well I remember the time I came to him Fretting over my sorry lot I had been lying du IltJd neglected in my caso for more weeks than I like to think about on an outoftheway shelf in a dingy pawnshop when one day my prison was opened and I looked for the first time on Carl Schillings face- I shall never forget that face Young fair with dreamy lender eyes that revealed the violinsoul hidden in tholr blue depths and good ach Gott such a good face My heart leaped with hope for I knew intuitively that he was a musician and fearful that tho gloom of the poorly lighted shop would deceive him as to my real worth as I was being put into his hand I contrived to sill so that a narrow beim of light from thesmall window would fall wjuurely Into my left F hole for beneath it on the inside of my back Is scrawled the signature of tho mas ter Antoalus Stradivarius Carls band trembled on my neck iso I knew that he had seen what I wished liim to see and all at once a panic seized inc and I almost ro gretted my sllpI was afraid his agitation would betray my secret and that the Jew who owned the shop would suspect my real value and put such a price on me that the boy could not pay it for Carls youth and neat but threadbare clothing showed well enough that ho was not wealthy I might have spared myself tho fear however for the pawnbroker sold me for two thalers think of that will you two thalers for me little dreaming of tho fortune ho had let slip through his grasping fingers and I left the detestable place under Carls armA life began for me then I can tell you In a week my new master had fathomed my every mood and I responded to his touch with my whole soul Gott in Hlminel the boy could play like an angel He was only first violin b the Odcon theater but when he tucked me lovingly under his chin whispering that I was Ill lit tle sweetheart I would pour out my soul with joy and pride until tho lIerr Director hlnwelf would turn about in his high chair to look at uif indeed he offered Carl thaler upon thaler for me but my master only patted my neck and laughed Neln nieln Herr ho replied hap pily It is users There is not enough money ir all Germany to buy my little sweetheart After a time Carl found another sweetheart a dear little sunnyhuii fraulein who soon loved mo almost as well as Carl did only I think cho always stood a little in awe of me which is not to be wondered at con sidering who I am Was I jealous Not a bit of it Elsa was sweet no one could have helped loving her and when she and Carl were married I tried so hard to hum the wedding march that my G string snapped off close to the nut Sometimes on an evening when there was no performance at the thea ter Carl would lift me out of my old box whllo Elsa sat Bulling at us with her knitting and I would sing to them you cannot imagine how beautifully I would sing of the grand mysterious terrible Alps of the somber pines and gleaming Icegorges and Edelweiss with Gods wide blue sky over all tongs the wind lead whispered to the pluotrcos in faroff Switzerland from whose fibers half my being had come Shortly a hushed eager fell on our little home expectnnoyI Elsa ally and wistful and head very high Sonic ono was coming to share our hearts Then for very mischief I used to sing bits of broken melody and soft crooning lullabya things tho south wind breathes to tho baby pines Just to tease Elsa and send the oiled rushing to her checks and mado Carl laugh aloud In sheer hap piness nt which Elsa would come and lay her soft forehead on my brown side hiding her face on Carls shoulder While we wore all so happy llko n bolt of lightning across the Jungfrau the trouble came It happened on a wet night coming from tho theater Carl was hurrying to get homo aa ho always did and in crossing the street his foot slipped Ho fell and the wheels of a dray passed over his left one as ho lay prostrate on the pavement In tho drugstore where they carried him tho doctor looking first at Carl and then at mo for my caso had burst open cried out suddenly in a voice that shook with emotion Meln Gott It is the little violinist of the Odeon Carl Schilling Tho poor boy he will never play again Except for the injury to his arm Carl was not hurt and although tho surgeons did not cut It oft as they at first declared must be done yet in spite of all their electrical appliances It hung limp at his side and tho fa mous specialist the Herr Director of tho Odeon brought from Derlln only shook his gray beard and muttered Incurable when he examined It Things got pretty bad for us In the little home for Carl could do no work of any sort with his useless arm The pupils dropped away ono by one and soon very soon our small savings wero all eaten up Carl was far too proud to allow any of his friends to help him and Indeed they were all poor enough themselves having all they could do to manage to fight their own battles but then I think he con cealed tho real stato of affairs so well that nobody but me realized how very bad they were There was not always food and to make matters worse Elsa began to droop and her pretty face became sharp and drawn Wine and other nourishing things wero out of the question and at last Carl tqr tured by seeing his wife fading before his very eyes declared ho was going to sell me but Elsa begged him to wait Tho good God will not for sake us my husband she said brave ly He Is trying our faith In him Trust him just a little whllo longer my Carl surely he does not mean for you to part with either of your sweet hearts for ho Is not cruel Carl put me back in the box again but tho next night the end came and the greatest sorrow I have ever known overwhelmed me I heard Carls step on tho stairlagging now and not quick and bounding as of old and no marry whistle on his lips Ho rome Into tho quiet room and all at onco there burst from his lips such a cry of anguish and bitter despair that all my strings shivered In dread and terror I heard him calling to Elsa like a madman to speak to look at him to answer or he should die Presently and words cannot tell you what a relief it was to me I heard her dear voice Very faint and weak It WIlS80 low it was impossible for me to understand the wordsbut I knew Carl was sobbing and accusing himself of being selfish and heartless and after a little whllo he rushed to the door and called Frau Wellor the land lady then he snatched me up and out into the stccct wo went Well the rest Is soon told Carl sold me to a violincollector who was very rich but not a musician at all for which I was thankful in a dull sort of way for although I was willing and glad to help Carl my heart was deadI within me at parting from him and I could no more have sung under another mans touch than a miserable twoflorin imitation of myself can fh tcrpret Handels Largo Carl laid his chin on me to sayI goodby and I tried my best to com fort and tell him that I understood and not to mind methat I loved him and was proud to help himand I think he knew for when ho lifted his face two great tears were glistening on my brown body My new owner carried mo to Munich and placed me in the museum One day Gott in Hlmniel what daylI dreamed I saw Elsas ghost She came and stood in front of my case for a long time and looked at monot as i had seen her last palo and thin with an awful look In her eyes but young and fresh and fair as she hadc looked tho day Cart first saw herIstanding under the linden treescIt was on a rainy afternoon the vision camo to me Tho museum was deserted and I was runulug over In my mind a solo in the first violin partt of the Messiah For Unto Us a Childc is Born pretending to drowse to es cape tho senile whimperings of the old Amatl All at once she was standing squarely In front of me Of course I realized after the first shock that it was not a dream and that tho girl was flesh and blood and not my Elsa at all it had beet 18 I years and more since I had left her dying in the little home Sho was as like her though as one could well imagine two people to bo alikethe samo eyes and shiny hair and a look that reminded me of Carl too and sent a great wave of homesickness and longing all over me What a grand old violin she said softly to herself a real Stradivarius I too She walked up to the glass anti continued shaking her finger at mo How are you old Mr Stradivarius I You look awfully proud and stiff nnd haughty hanging there all by yourself I am sure It you belonged to mo I should never daro to touch you and should never care half so much for you as I do for my own Stainer You must bo like tho vlolln Just here a toy camo hurrying Into r the them nnd Interrupted her lUther a nicelooking boy ha was and I saw In n minute from tho way tho two looked at each other that they were sweetheartsI havo seen that soma look peas between Elsa and Carl many times See this old violin Fritz she said eagerly Wo must bring Papa to look at It And out they went hand in hand They were away so long that made up my mind they were like all tho visitors nnd that something else had caught their attention SO that they had forgotten mo and I was sorry for tho girl was so like Elena wanted to look at her again But I was wrong flack they came iguln and this timo not alone Following them camo a man and a woman and although the mans face was furrowed and his fair hair plentifully silvered I knew him at a glance As If anything In this world could ever make me forgot Ho was Cr1my Cnrlland wonder of wonders the woman walking by his eldo was the real Elsa the ono I had mourned as dead In a flash I guessed the truth This other Elsa with tho dancing eyes was she for whom I crooned tho lullabys long ago In the Httlo homo and for whoso sake 1 had been a willing sacrifice I hall no need to hear her call tho other Elsa Carls Elsamother- Father she said pointing at me I want you to look at this old violin It must be like tho ono you used to have that mother says you sold to save her lifotho Stradlvarius you could never find again Do you sen the plate on this cabinet Antenna Stradivarius 1690 Can you Imagine my feelings with Carl ray very own unforgottcn Carl looking straight at me know me after all these Wou1IIheI ly I tried to swing a little that tho might see the scar on my back that como there the night of tho accident but I could not move Suddenly I saw his dear eyes flash with tho tender loving look I remem bered so well and his faco went white Elsa ho cried Meln Is the little sweetheart at lastIWell there was a you can well believe Carl rushed off llko a wild man to find the superin tendent of the museum and tho two Elms cried in each others arms The boy Well he got rather excited and walking up to me said very Band and earnest Say old fellow do you know whatB happened Youre found and youro coming put of that case In doublequick time JIQrrI Schillings who Is director of the servatory his arm Is just ns well ta it ever was thanks to tho money OUI brought him is going to have you bade anti play on you again Does all that interest you and disturb your dreams old Antoiiius Stradivarius 16997 Matters turned out very wonderful ly Carl soon found tho superintend ent and dragged him In front of my rose telling him my story Ho was very much Interested and telephoned at onco for a certain Herr Ludwig Walberg whom It appeared was now my owner the man who had purchased me from Carl being Herr Walbergs brother and dead for many years I hall been left In the museum because my present owner not wishing to sell mo had not known what else to do He came after a time and Carl offered him so much money for mo that If I told you tho amount you would hUll hard work believing mo truthful but Herr Walberg refused every offers lIe sympathized with Carls desire to re gain possession of me yet out or respect for his brothers wish that I should remain always In the museum where I had been placed ho said he could not think of selling mo at any price Ho was obstinate I was in despair and Carls face was like lead Finally Carl askedso longingly to be al lowed to play on mo onco more I could have jumped for joy when I heard old Ludwig say yes If ho had- a heart this funny wizened little old man and his lovo for his brothers memory looked like ItIf ho had over loved and suffered and lost I promised myself that my cause and Carls was wonSoftly I began to talk to him I told him In my own way and such a way it was for the children of the master violinmaker are well nigh divine when they sing with their hearts of my love for Carl and his for mo of tho days of Elsa and tho little homo the bitter sorrow that parted us tho Joy that might yet be Carl nestled his chin closer and closer to me as I snag right on tho spot where his parting tears had fallen that awful lung ago and my voice reached Andgrasped the heartstrings of Herr Walberg working my will with them until the quiet room rang with harmonyWith running down his wrinkled cheeks tho old man grasped Carls arm Stop Herr Schilling ho cried piteously Stop for tho love of heaven cannot bear it any more It is all the sorrows of the world It is my brothers voice that I s bll never hear again Take tho violin I give it to you freely and without pricemy brother would use it so You are a genius Herr Schilling and the Strad ach it has a living aoul Tucked under Carls arm in the same shabby old box In tho familiar way loved I left the museum tired and shaken but happy oh so happy Dreaming of the times to come when should hear again the rush and swing of tho great chorus tho rythm of the mighty orchestra and feel the expectant hush jut before I lifted up matchless volco alono in the si lenco of tho breathless people and then tho nm h of the thunderous hnnd clapping But above all I should be with Carl Farm and Fireside THE THREE WISHES Should a rood fairy come this way And give me wishes three I would not have to atop and think I know Just what theyd be Id wish there wnant any school Bo I could always play Out In the yard and Heidi and woods All day and every day Id have a baby sister too With shiny yellow curls For there la nothing quite to nice Ai little baby girls Then every day I would have Jane Make flaky tarts for me And little cake and then Id wish Uut oh dear that makes three Stnbel Cornelia Matson In Good housekeeping ANIMATED PAPER SERPENT A Very Pretty Heat Illusion and More Effective Than Some That Are More Elaborate The animated serpent Is one of the best of heat Illusions beluga great deal more effective than many more elab orate The serpent appears to bo tire less and automatic for though it has no vltlbla means of motion yet It keeps whirling for hours without a stop that Is If you wish to burn that much gas or consume a few pounds of candles According to the Chicago Inter Ocean the serpent Is made by drawing A spiral like Fig 1 upon a piece of stiff brlstol TilE ANIMATED BKIUENT board Cut the spiral out with a sharp penknife no that when you take hold of the terminal portion which repror seats a tall you got a spiral of paper- with Its lower end In the form of a serpents head Stick a pin through the end of the tall and hold the serpent over a lighted candle or gas Jet sufficiently Sigh so that there Is no fear of the ser pents burning up but also low enough for It to be Influenced by the draught which ascends from the flame The pin may besttick In wooden support over the flame and then the serpent will keep ever on the move But what make It g01 The flame of the candle or gas Jet in constant need of air to keep It burn ing The air circles around tho flame 3n all sides One portion of It oxygen Is Instantly taken Into the flame and the rest of it nitrogen ascends In the direction of tho arrows Fig 2 mingling with the heated air carbonic acid etc which Issues from the end of the flame Now you probably know that hot air Is lighter than cold air so that Is the reason It rises In an attempt to find Its own level just as a cork floats to the waters surface from the bottom- A stream of air therefore plays against the paper serpent and striking Its slanting sides gives It a twist which sets It whirling around and also put zles tho onlookers who will always bo mystified concerning the source of Its hidden power until you see fit to explain CRUDE WIRELESS OUTFIT EighteenYearOld Iowa Boy Displays Ingenious Skill In Making In struments of His Own Willie Peeler aged 18 lias completed a set of wireless telegraph instruments from makeshift materials says the Fort Dodge la correspondent of the New York lie raidIIn July young Peeler attended a lee ture on liquid air and wireless telegra phy Ho was so Impressed that ho re mained after the lecture for further in vestigation The lecturer was meeting others and did not have time to an swer tho questions put by the youth This however did not deter tho lad from making careful inspection of tho in strumentsI make that and Im going to havo one he remarked to a compan ion And he did JIll patience is shown in the Induction coil which ho made It has 214 miles of fine wlro wound by hand on a reel and required all of his even ings for a week Each layer of wire Is varnished and padded with layers of newspaper Its power Is sufficient to produce waves that will carry a wile Two copper plates were necessary to complete his system but his limited means derived from clerking In a grocery store did not permit of his buy- Ing them at 50 cents each Nothing daunted ho took two empty lard cans rnd from tho tops of these made the necessary plates Silver filings In a glass tube comprised another needed part An aluminium cap and a sewing machine nectlr were made to answer CAPTIVE SAVED BY STORK Bird Carried a Message from Moorish Prison to Quiet Town in Distant Norway The story Is told of how many years ago some English captives In a Moor ish prison were rescued through the means of a famous old hymn tune A British manofwar had anchored oft a port near Algiers which was notorious for the pirate craft that It harbored At night while all the crew except the watch wero asleep a vole was heard somewhere on shore singing a well known air Somo of the ships officers were quickly summoned and as they listened and the singers voices for others had joined Inbecame louder and clearer they recognized the notes of tho grand Old Hundred Guessing rightly enough that some of their fellow countrymen lay Imprisoned In tho Moorish fortress the captain gave orders for the small boats to get out Then a strong landingparty of well armed seamen swiftly rowed In to shore and taking tho guard by surprise stormed the fortress In a very short time tho captives three In number were sato on board the manofwar Wonderful as this rescue may appear It Is perhaps surpassed by the story of how Conrad Jonassen was restored to liberty Conraa was a Norwegian and as a boy had made a pet of a stork which regularly vlstcd life town Year after year tho bird returned to where It was always fed to build Its nest upon the house root and rear its brood youngWhile ofI he was hardly mow than a Conrad went to sea and had tho fortune to bo captured by Algerian piI rates With many of his uhlpmates he was sold Into slavery For three years ho endured all tho hardships and IndlInities of his Imprisonment by tho hope that an opportunity to upI Atithecomrades wore beginning to despair of ever seeing their native land again he one day saw a stork flying about over head The sight of the bird recalled to him his old home and ho whistled to It as bo had been wont to do with his former pet To his great joy the stork alighted on the ground near him and came up as If expecting to be fed Conrad had no food with him aVOdJapealed this until the stork became quite friendly The thought now flashed Into his mind Why not make a messenger of the stork It would be flying north ward In a little time and might probably find Its way to some Norwegian town lie determined to make the ex periment and having scribbled a few linos on a scrap of tough paper be tied the latter securely to the birds log In duo course when tho time of migration came round the stork winged Us way from the African shore to tho northern regions As chanre would have It the stork t which ho had elected to make his mes THEY rtiCOONl2EI TUB NOTES OF OLD 1IUNDHKU- nenger was actually the one that had been reared on his own house at home When It returned to Norway and sough out Its familiar resting place the flut tcrlng paper which It carried soon at tracted the attention of Conrad mother Her joy on reading time inca sage and learning that her son was still alive may well be conceived With the paper In her hand the old dame ran down the street calling on all her good friend to hear the news Not only was her Cor radalivebut aany another mothers son from that town and it was a thankful gathering that assembled in tho pastors house and gave thanks to Ood Lot these wonderful tidings To cut a long story short an expcdl tlon was shortly afterward sent out a rescue the captives from their slavery This was accomplished though not without difficulty and the long lost once returned to their own land When In later years Conrad Jonas sen became wealthy and was honored al- the leading citizen of his native place a stork was taken as the towns emblem The figure of a stork was placed upon tho church and on the roofs of tho prin cipal buildings And so the story oi Conrad Jonassens marvelous release from captivity has been perpetuated for the wonderment of succeeding genera tions Chicago RecordHerald The Lantern Ply of Brazil Tho Chinese have a lightning bug which they call a candle fly and It Is of great brilliancy But the largest of all tho luminous flies is the lantern fly of Itrazll which grows to bo three tnches long and six Inches in expanse of wings By day this lantern fly Is a mass of rich and striking colors sad b night It shines with the greatest brilliancy In Ores of rose and host white LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAilROADITires Table In Effect May 1104 Going Jforlb Tr lu a UMI- fLeavoUrcB fl 48 a m Arrive Richmond 4l2a m Arrive Paris 628 a Arrive Cincinnati 7s GO a mt dolor North = m Train 0 Ullf Leave lhelea12G5 p ra n Arrive Richmond 25 p ra t ItArriveOolnf noutb Train t Dally Leave Boron lllp m Arrive Livingston 205 p ra i Uolnc South Train 1 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Stoneihrlti000naeaysi- Kodo Main street New Djepepala Cure la glf to such universal satisfaction antI U BO hurelj becoming the positive relief and sub- Sequent cure for this distressing all meat 1 feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to them I writs i this to show how well the remedy la spoken of here Kodol Dyepepaia was discovered ofUr years scientific experiments and will cure trouble Sold i by EastEnd Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My b the most eonpEel and up todaU In this part of State for doing all kinds of tLIWATCH reed CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most promlawl people of B rea sad ffoliUjr Work ml to mo by mil orexpraH will ban prompt atUUoa MM chugs paid oas way S G FRANKLIN lit Veraea Kf RCFERCNCC t Bank of Mt Vernon A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut OB the leg of J B Orner Fianklin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer un yielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklons Arnica Salve cured Its as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and rUes 260 at a8t End Drug I THE CITIZEN I J II 11i111 tt i1Ita The Home LBSTKB lULL Mitor 2JEHn1E From Bible to Newspaper- A story is told of a minister who taught an old IIInl in his parish to read He proved proficient Scholar After the teaching had tome to an end the minister was not able to cull lit tho cottage for some time anti when he did he found otily the who at home a tows John f mild ho Hes canny sirsuid tho wife How does he get on with his reading Nicely sir Alit 1 NUPIKWO lit will read his Bible very comfortably now Hiblo sir Ideas you Ho was out of tho Bible and into the news I III agoThere other 1MItIOIiR who like this old man have long been out of the Bible and into tho news lxllxr They have forsaken the fountain of living waters and have grout about among muddy pools and btagnant morasses to wok something which might slake their thirst llrrulft and Jrtnliyttr A Scrap Book of Real Value To devote a Hcrapl ook to ono sub ject makes it much more interesting and valuable and when you begin to 1gather material on tinyone theme you will ie surprised at the amount which will come to hand SupHMo thin you want to know all slain home famous person either in someoneiother roti refit can bo collected articles portraits jH rliajH panes in relation to the subject etc flCraJlhuokIxn into her hook Tim educational value of such n hook is something worth while as well as tho satisfaction of having gathered oneself so touch information on u single subject I I J I I II I II I I I 110 ErchuuyeThe School JOBR WIRT D1K8MORB Editot I IUI I Mountain Songs Teerh mr of jour iltrut unite o jre raounulnt Ol lit merry brook hint tine Of the clrr M rrjrtul iprlnr Aud the fountain llmlti msjrttlc nInp to ru- tIIrrDlllnrnrr deep ai hrlthu whrre on I Maud llnwd si ocnni sad u tend mterit purr the taouiiuln Uile thtll JoTii the tinging pebble brake slid brier iApI rock and every gdre + bringing mr anti Join with your M ul- Hrolben bittiding v bout of nawlreurM sod mfte Him ol mountain end glue Wi ItIp tending Ysr sway upon the plain Ile I am wcudlug Still jou welch with bluirrrncged errs Draped In gorgrou M ftruln tklei Cloudlet tending far away from mountain IJft i I am golnr May jour rugged line and dopes Your rye outlook and your hop ee lie errr glowing I A IlKId SllDKMT The Value ofa Mechanic Tho South has moru jrnw mntorinl of a livursifkHl character than any other portion of tho globe Iksitli it grows every crop nettled for the sustenance of mum or Knit It stands nt the opening doors of the i worlds commerce null cnn supply nt low rates almost every necessity of the human family never was Hitch a theatre for intelligent human ItII ideate of the South of its inunicl pulitioH nmlofltH puWlospiritttl citizens to provide the meana to educate that portion of the population I that gives the greatest promise of the most fruitful outcome to tho country A trained educated mechanic is the most powerful factor in tho progress of nations Such a man thinks provides for the UUOXPloctlllmulti plies his fortes nUll dares the world to meet him Southern toys would make such leaders if educated in industrial schools Southern Farm Mayazine t Nice clover hay loOse Vitalise sired Delivered in Berea for fiOc a hundred when nut less than 1 ton i is purchased Al bales of nice timothy hay about i clover For further particulars address S C Tuixm Beren Ky If TUB CITIZEN dots you gcxxl sub scribe for it aud pay for it rt The Farm BILAS CHBBVBR MA80K Editor I Mll MIMI1 II I llMMIMMU- nless you cut or shred your stalks feed them outside Dont inako tits boys pitch them inside und thou out again It pugs to shored thom Hesolvo now that your will have plenty of dry bedding for winter Give your stock a clean dry bed Gather everything in thntlho anti have it handy veryhandyneed mending Some woodsheds chilIfortUberdo some good Dont forget what Isaid about wed corn and now while talking about send corn do not overlook tho importance of saving other seeds Pumpkin RiMxlrt will lie scarce next year No danger of heaving too many Select from the best sped iiuiiH Them little things nil count Attend to them now mill gut theta off your minds On ninny farms the arrangements for watering stock are very poor Sometimes a very little work would remedy this and make it much more convenient Now is tho time to fix up around wells mend pumps and lay pijMW A very little piping and one or two more plunks will make things much handier in both the house and tho barn Tinkering around wells and pumm is very dis ngrmiblo work in cold weather now is the time for such work And then thejw is the woodpile again Before tho snow comes go back into the timlxsr lot uifd pick up all the down stuff and pRet it out where you stet handle it Put the rat traps in position Out rid of time rats before time torn is harvested rI Gems In Verse I Give Mt Not Too Much Finish Oho mo not too much lliiUti Let me bo To void perfection strange If mi I muit Heflne away the ardor of the soul And catd the plsgue of wordy nothing ness Ixt ni uot Inrn the trick of cunning terms That In a careful anguUh mince along If fx 1 pUce a iMrrlrr to truth Or bate the sprtngu of natural eloquence Ther U a prttnnl fury of the mind A rich HOIlr an all consuming are Won out at knowledge and of vital force morn of the haven and of solitudes Thai let me keep for Unguago with my kind For bridge from them to the Almighty lAVe Orr the stupendous sulfa of whirling thought Nor aell U for the pottage of ono tongue Kvelyn Ihlnner In Centory Growth There U much that need amending In the present time no doubt There It right that need defending There U wrong needs crushing out And we hear the groan and curieOf the poor who starve and die While the men with wollen purses- Inthe place of heart go br Hut In spite of all the trouble That obscures the sun today Jut remember It waa double In the agei passed away And these wrongs shall aU fs righted Quod shall dominate the land For the darkness now la lighted liT the torch In sclncoe hand Forth from little mote In chaos We pave come to what we are And no nil force can stay ua Weshall mount from star to atar We shall break each bond and fetter That has bound us heretofore And the earth U surely better Than It ever was before Ella Wheeler Wilcox A Happy Life now happy la he born and taught That aerveth not anthers will Whose armor la his honest thought And simple truth his utmost kill Whose passions not his master are Whose soul la still prepared for death Untied unto the world by care Of public fame or private breath Who envies none that chance doth rates Nor vice hath ever understood pralllitNorWho hath hla life from rumors treed Whose conscience U Ida strong retreat feedNorWho God doth late and early pray lenlAndWith a religious book or friend This man U freed from Mrvlle band Or hope to rise or tear to taU Lord of himself though not of lands And having nothing yet bath a1L Sir Henry Wotton Where Did It QoT goWhenslow And purpleWittLike an army with banner pqised from eight Will Its flush go Into the goldenrod Its thrill to the purple miters nod lie crimson fleck the maple bough And the autumn glory begin from now Deeper than flower field sank the glow Of the silent pageant passing alow It flushed all night In many a dream It thrilled In the folding hush of prayer It glided Into a poets song It Is setting still In a picture rare It changed by the miracle none can see To the shifting lights of a symphony And In reaurectlona of faith and hopo The glory died on the shining slope For It left Its light on the hllla and seas That rim a thousand memories W 0 Oannntt state The Republicans tine elected 29 of the 32 congressmen carrying all the doubtful districts They have also elected 2G of the 2C candidates for the state senate and about 175 of the 204 members of the house of rop resentatives This gives them an overwhelming majority In tbe next legislature and Insures tbe election of of P 0 Knox of Plttsburg the ap- poIntee of Governor Pennypacker to succeed the late M S Quay- MASBACHUsETT8 Boston Nov 9 Returns from the election in Massachusetts Indicate n Republican victory for Roosevelt and Fairbanks electors but at the same time a defeat of Governor Bates for reelection by William 1 Douglas the Democratic candidate The Republi cans however elected the rest of tho state ticket at least 10 of the 14 con congressmen and a largo majority of the legislature which will select two United States senators TheDemo crate elected besides their candidate for governor at least threo congressmen Roosevelts majority la esti mated at 85000 WEST VIRGINIA Parkersburg W Va Nov LThe Republican stale committee basing its claims upon very meagre returns and upon estimates from party leaders In various counties claim that Roosevelt will carry West Virginia by a plurall ty which may reach 40000 tha plu rality four years ago being 21000 Tbo same committee claims that the majority of Dawson Rep lor governor will bo half that of Roosevelt CALIFORNIA San Francisco Nov 9 Scattering returns from California Indicate that Roosevelt has carried the state by a larger majority than did McKinley four years ago Of the eight congress men to be elected the Republicans claim to be assured of seven with the Second district In doubt In this dis trict Bell Oem Is running way ahead of his ticket e MONTANA Butte Mont Nov 9 Montana It for Roosevelt returns Indicating a gain by tbe Republicans of over 30 per cent over four years ago Gov ornor Toole Dem la reelected Tho Democratic statexlckct with possibly ono or two exceptions appears1 to have won Every county heard from has gono for Roosevelt by from 300 to 800 majority COLORADO Denver Nov 9 Returns Indicate a plurality of over 10000 for Roosevelt In Colorado The result as to congressmen and state officers Is In doubt One hundred and ninety pre cincts out of 204 In Denver county give a majority of 2320 for the entire Democratic state ticket with thou sands of scratched ballots remaining to be counted NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh N C Nov 9 There Is hardly any doubt but that all 10 Democratic congressmen have been elected Only the two mountain dis tricts are In doubt the Eighth and Tenth These the Republicans do not concede and it will take a day to know absolutely Tho Democratic majority in till state appears to be about 50000 NEBRASKA Omaha Neb Nov 9 Nebraska will give Roosevelt a plurality which will reach nearly or quite 40000 George W Dergo tho fusion candidate for governor Is probably elected by a plurality of from 6000 to 8000 The returns on time remainder of the state ticket Indicate that the Republicans wll elect most of their candidates MISSISSIPPI Jackson Miss Nov 9 Returns thus tar received show that between 60000 and 75000 votes were cast and the opposition to the Democratic par ty will poll between 1000 and 11000 The Democratic majority for Parker and Davis will be In the neighborhood of 50000 Mississippi returns eight Democratic congressmen IOWA Dell Moines la Nor 9 Returns are slow In coming In but thq Indies lions are that Tloosevelts plurality will be 125000 and the entire state ticket will havo about tho same num ber Republicans elect 10 congress men with the chance that the Second district which Is In doubt wlU go Republican SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia S C Nov 9Parker has carried South Carolina by not loss han 40000 plurality The Democratic Itate ticket has been elected without opposition The state legislature is unanimously Democratic AU Democratic congressmen have been elected MICHIGAN Detroit Nov 9 Michigan was the sceno ot a veritable Republican land slide Roosevelt and Fairbanks have carried the state by an unprocedenteid- majority variously estimated at from 100000 to 150000 FredM Warner and tho Republican state ticket are elected at least 11 of tho 12 con gresumen from Michigan are Republl can and the legislature Is overwhelm ingly Republican VIRGINIA Richmond Ya Nov DThe elec tlon In Virginia was absolutely with out disturbance so far as has been heard The Democratic majority on the presldentmi ticket will be about 25000 Nino Democratic congressmen out of a total of 10 have been chosen Slemp the Republican incumbent in the Ninth district apparently la ro elected by a majority of about 1200 WISCONSIN I Milwaukee Nov DTbo state conceded to Roosevelt by a Urea pluIsI ality and laKollettu Rep U s aS-C lieved to have been elected governor over Peck Dem by a safe plurality So far seven tepubllcans and one Democrat liavt eon elected to con grew and Ihmo districts are to be heard from KANSAS Topeka Kan Nov 9The Indica tions are that Roosevelt will carry the state by 30000 plurality The state ticket Is badly scratched T T Kelly candidate for state treasurer Is running behind his ticket All the Republican congressmen are elected CONNECTICUT- New Haven Conn Nov 9 The Haven Register Jnd claims the stole of Connecticut for Roosevelt by over 20000 the election of Robert Rep for governor by nearly as much and the state ticket In New Haven by from 1000 to 1600 LOUISIANA New Orleans Nov 9The Demo crats have carried Louisiana for Par ker and Davis by a majority probably 35000 Seven Democratic congress men have been elected The election was peaceable and outside of New Or leans a light vote was cant- WYOMING Cheyennt Wyo Nov 9ReturnIndicate that Roosevelt has carried Wyoming by 7000 majority and the election of Mondell republican to congress and Brooks Republican for governor and the remainder of the slate ticket is certainTEXAS Austin Tex Nov 9Early returns show that the vote cast will hardly ex ceed 375000 of which 250000 were cast for Parker 60000 for Roosevelt and time balance scattering All Dem ocratic candidates for congress are elected MARYLAND Baltimore NOV 9The Sun which supported the Democratic presidential nominees concedes that Roosevelt carried the state by about 1000 In Baltimore city with one precinct missing Parker bas a plurality of 474 ARKANSAS Little Rock Ark Nov 9 Returns show a light vote in Arkansas From these the Democratic plurality Is con servatively estimated at 40000 The Democratic nominees for congress have safe majoritiesFLORIDA Jacksonville Fla Nov 9The few scattered returns so far received In dicate the usual Democratic majori ties The Democratic candidates for congress are all elected SOUTH DAKOTA Sioux Falls S D Nov 9Hoose- It has carried South Dakota by 40 000 and Chairman Crane ot the Re publican state central committee puts the figures at 50000 GEORGIA Atlanta Ga Nov 9The total vote In Georgia will count up a little more than 40000 which Is very light It Is conceded that all Democratic con gressmen are elected TENNESSEE Nashville Tenn Nov 9The vote in Tennessee has been light Early returns Indicate an estimated Democratic plurality of 25000 UTAH Salt Lake City Nov 9At Democratic state headquarters It Is conced ed that Roosevelt has carried the state by 8000 plurality Democratic Governor Elected Doston Nov 9 Sufficient returns from the state election have been re ceived to Indicate the election of Wil liam L Douglas Dem for governor by almost 20000 plurality Complete returns from the city of Boston for president give Parker 49433 Roose velt 38659 The total vote for gover nor In Boston was Bates 28576 Douglas C2G19 Parker carried tho city by 10874 plurality Douglas car vied Boston by 39035 plurality Parker In Defeat Esopus N Y Nov 9Judgo Parker conceded the election of President Roosevelt when ho received a bulletin that the Democratic national headquarters dad already admitted that every doubtful state had been carried by the Republican national ticket lie appeared to be not at all downcast by the result although It Is known that he greatly deplored hIs overwhelming defeat in his own stato Parker Congratulates Roosevelt Eaopus V YNov 9Judge Par ker sent tins telegram to President Roosevelt The people by their votes have emphatically approved your ad- minstratlgnand I congratulate you t Tomorrow nUt faith and thy faith shall sustain thew- Permit not suspicion and care With Invisible bonds to enchain thee Hut bear what God give thee to bear aladdCnCdIsad- dened By fear of what never occurred Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow short and dark as our life may appear We may make It atlll darker by sorrow Bllll shorter by folly and fear Halt our troubles are half our Inventions And how often from blessings conferred Have we shrunk In the wild apprehension Of evils that never occurred Life Full Life Full flowered reared from homely earth Hooted In duty and through long calm yearshearing load of healthful energies Stretching Its arms on all skies fed with dews Of cheerful sacrifice and clouds of care And rain of useful tears warmed by the sun Of calm affection till It breathe Itself In perfume to the heaventhl I the prlie I hold most dear more precious than the fruit Of knowledge or of love Lewis VorrU i HEAVY VOTE IN OHIO Roosevelts Plurality Exceeds One Hundred Thousand REPUBLICAN GAINS EVERYWHERE Surprising Results III lheIarge ClUe Where the Democrat Appear to Have Been KiiRulfed Complexion or the Next Congressional Delega tion With Note Secretary of State LEWIS C LAYLIN Judgo Supreme Court WILLIAM T SPEAR Clerk of Supreme Court 1 E EMERSON Dairy and Food Commissioner HORACE ANKENEY Member Hoard of Public Works RICHARD II CRAWFORD Electors at Large CHARLES P TAFT NOAH IR SWAYNE Columbus Nov 9Latest returns indicate a Republican plurality of more than 125000 In Ohio Chairman Dick places Roosevelts plurality at about the above figure The Republi can pluralities In the large cities of the stale were Cincinnati 37000 Cleveland 15000 Columbus 11000 Toledo 9000 Dayton 4000 and Republican gains were noted In the rural districts For the first time the townships In Franklin county outside of Columbus gave a Republican plural ity Franklin county constitutes the Twelfth congressional district which has been represented by a Democrat The Republican committee esti mates that tho plurality for Roosevelt and Fairbanks will be double the highest plurality evergiven McKinley either for governor or president Is estimated at from 140000 to Itj The Republicans claim a net gain one congressman Taylo In Twelfth district Chairman Garber of the Democratic state committee has no figures to give out on the state ot national tickets in Ohio but he claims a net gain of one Democratic con gressman The Ohio delegation In congress now stands 17 Republicans and 4 Democrats Chairman Garber claims that the Democrats have elect ed Garber In the Fourth Ansberry In the Fifth Crlsslnger In the Thirteenth Schneider In the Fifteenth and Hurst In the Seventeenth districts The Re publican committee will not concede any of these five districts except the Fourth In which Chairman Garber was reelected to congress and Insist that If the present rate of HePllhllcanIgains continues complete show Garber the only Democratic con gressman from Ohio i Ohio Delegation First district Nicholas Longworth RepSecondMerman P Goebel Rep Third Robert M Nevin Rep FourthHarvey C Garber Dem Flfth W W Campbell Rep Sixth Thomas C Scroggy HepJ SeventhJ Warren Kelfer Rep Eighth Ralph D Cole Rep NInthJames H Southard Rep TenthHenry T Gannon Rep Eleventh Charles II Grosvenor RepTwelfthd L Taylor Rep Thirteenth Grant E Mouser RepFourteenth Amos R Webber Rep Fifteenth Beeman O Dawes RepSixteenthCapall L Weems Rep Eighteenth James Kennedy Rep Nineteenth W Aubrey Thomas RepTwentiethJacob AUetdler Rep Twentyfirst Theodore E Burton Rep NO THIRD TERM President Roosevelt Announces He Will NotRun Again Washington Nov 9 President Roosevelt after the clectlcfti returns clearly Indicated the result Issued time following statements I am deeply sensible of the honor done mo by the American people In thus expressing their confidence in what I have done and have tried to do I appreciate to the full the solemn responsibilities this confidence Imposes upon mo and I shall do all that in my power lies not to forfeit It On the 4th ot March next I shalfhave served three and onehalf years and this three and one half years constitute my first term The wise custom which limits the president to two terms regards the substance and not the form Under no circumstances will I be a candidate for or accept another nomination Fairbanks Pleased Indianapolis Nov 9Senator Fair banks when told of a Now York dis patch saying that tho Democratic na tional commltteo had conceded every doubtful state to Roosevelt and Fairbanks was much pleased over the news but would give no expression House Republican Chicago Nov 9 Dispatches show that the Republicans have elected 195 congressmen and the Democrats 141 Of the remaining 50 districts 37 are now represented by Republicans and 13 by Democrats Peabody Defeated Denver Colo Nov 9The Times Democrat concedes that Roosevelt carries Colorado by 5000 or 0000 plu rality and claims that Adams Dom will have 8000 majority over Peabody for governor Cleveland Mum Princeton N J Nov 9 Former President Grover Cleveland declined to cornmeal on the result ot the else lion NEXT CONGRESS Republicans Still Hold the House and the Senate Washington Nov 9The next congress will bo Republican Tho present Republican majority in that body Is 34 and there need be no sur prise if this figure Is almost doubled and it is reasonably certain to reach a majority of at least fifty Probably the most marked of these cases are p the Fourth and Fifth districts of Call fornia San Francisco now represented by Representatives Llvernash and Wynn Democrats which reports Indi cote havo been gained by the Republl cans In the Twelfth Ohio district Taylor Republican defeated Badger the sitting Democratic member who was a candidate for reelection The most surprising of all the reports however come from the Fifth and Fifteenth Missouri districts both strongly Democratic and the former represented by Mr Cowherd chairman of tho Democratic congressional campaign committee TheRepublic ans claim to havo carried both dis tricts In the light of these reports a Republican majority of 50 In tho house is considered a conservative estimate Returns from the southern states show that they have returned the usual Democratic majorities on congressmen as on other candidates It Is probable the Republican ma jority In the senate will show little If any change from dtq voting strength there 4 Leader F1rphyTalks New York Nov 9Charles F Mur phy leader of Tammany Hall made the following statement Of course 1 am very much surprised at the result I do not attempt to account for It Whatever may have been the cause It will develop and the party Can then deal with It I sincerely regret the ifefeat of Judge Parker He was In all Irespects a worthy candidate As much can be said for JudgeHerrlclfahdUilsv associates on the state ticket They undoubtedly were the choice of time Democracy and their defeat is to bet regretted more for tho sake of the country and the party than for the candidates themselves 4 Dovers Statement jChicago Nov 9 Secretary Elmer Dover of the Republican nationalmlttee says Roosevelt will have 317 electoral votes which is six more than saidOwinggreater distances in the western states the return are meager and incomplete They Indicate however that the sentiment which carried thff cast prevails In the west and I think carryIeverydoubtful Cuyahoga County i Cleveland ONov 9Mayor John sop Dem admits there has a Republican landslide Inv Cdyalioga county and that the Republican presi dential ticket will have a plurality of claimstty ticket will be elected Chinese Spy Executed Shanghai Nov 9 It is reported here that a Chinese official of high rank was executed by the Japanese Nov 2 at the village of Shakhe He was discovered In the act of spying on the movements of Japanese troops It Is said on the order of Theng Chi roll Itary governor of the province ot Skengklng Several thousand rioters entered Kalfunff the capital of she province of Honan 29 miles north of Hankow and destroyed 10 miles of telegraph wire The rioters are well armed and serious trouble is feared Female Nihilist Banished Sl Petersburg Nov 9Mary Fig nor who has been confined in the Schlusselburg fortress 20 years was released and banished to Archangel northern Russia The woman was condemned to life imprisonment for participating In Nihilistic consplra ices She waved her handkerchief as a signal indicating the approach ot Alexander II when he was assassi nated here In 1881 e Llnevltch at the Front Mukden Nov 9 Lieutenant Gen oral Llnevltch recently appointed to the command of the First army arrived hero by special train and was met by General SaklmroTf He was enthusiastically welcomed by all the troqps Ills escort consisted entirety of men who had been docorated with the St Geqrges cross General Line vltch will assume command immedl ably u Boller Exploded Vf Leavenworth Kan Nov RDyih explosion of a boiler tho K furni ture factory was practically destroyed t Green Nichols was killed Thomas Breddwctser was fatally Injured and four other eniplbyes more or less sorttously hurt Loss S12PQOO THIS AND THAT v till Crisp Items of Information From Every Clime tFire consumed the Smart Sllbcr berg building at Oil City Pa LoSd JGOOOO Joseph ChriB4toenkllIod any sev eral Injured In a streetcar collision at CincinnatiFour rsons perished In a fire that destroyed the Sliver Queen hotel at Houston Tex r i Reported In British naval circles that a Japanese man ofwarwas sunk by a mine off Port Arthur The plant of the Chicago Steel com patty burned at Newcastle hut Loss i 100000 Insurance 34000 Clarence Corey of Toledo U fatally and George Morse and Louts Varln also of Toledo seriously scalded at Detroit a3 a result of an explosion In tho boiler room ot the tug Warnlck I ot TolttloIi The Citizen fa JMDCFCKDIKT FAMILY NKwsrirra JTnUtihed every Thundtr at pens Ky JAMES M RACER Editor end rublliher DCSCIUITIOM JUTEII- I rAYlBla 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bottletoday fee Cream J All Flavors lee Cream Sods Fruit Flavors Florid and California Fruits Early Vegetables R dt de phono JOES No 68 Select Grocer and Caterer lees Corner RlchmondJKy Thousands Cured DeWHtu Witch Hazel Salve has cur ed thoueadaof caswi of Piles I bou of De Witts Witch Hazel ghtaboxthe recommendation of our druggist so writes C H LaCroix of Favalla Tex and used it for a stubborn case of Piles It cured mts permanently Sold by East End Urug C- oWm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re EarlyRlso18Nacogdoches Tex A certain cure for biliousness constipation etc Small plllt aa 1 to take easy to act Sold by EMI End Drug Co Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R L Engle Prop itfaln St Richmond Ky Williams bitterIs preps r eel tkamcwr to do your WATCH CLOCK GUNand GENERAL HEPARIN promptly Clcta lag tad PrcMipg a speelail Work guaranteed WA Williams Vain Street Berea ICyj Mothers Pralso It Mothers everywhere praise One Mia ute Cough Cure for tnn sufferings ii hae relieved and the iec it has saved Aieertain cure for cougtc croup and SpaffordPostmaster Our little girl was unconotoua from trar ruation during a sudden and terrible attack of One Minute Cure quickly relived and cure her and I cannot praise It too highly One Minute Cough Cure re liereu coughs wakes breathing e y ruts out phlegm draws out iullaina ion and removes every cause of sough and strain on the lunge aI I ut End Drug Cot wIlt tl liIlttt1l dint 1rtttlti 3IartL mtJi 1iUllttli By MRS ERIC PRITCHARD WtJlKnown London Writer ILI HAVE heard it said in excuse for a womans wrongdoing that her temperament and not herself was to blame that she really could not help herself that love was a necessity of her nature and must be grasped at any cost but what a sophism this is Such persons very seldom have the slight est idea of what true love is and no real capacity for it whatever Poor love whose name is dragged in to justify deceit treachery lying and every evil thing imaginable can anything be worse than so to take its beautiful name in vain That name which rightly interpreted means honor truth selfdenial and tenderness How can these two definitions possibly be reconciled except by recognizing the fact that they describe two totally different things Take the case of a woman who sets herself deliberately to work to win the affections of her friends husband all the time professing the greatest amity for the wife She sees no harm in this Being ab solutely selfish she looks at things entirely from her own point cl view She has a beautiful poetic nature as she imagines that craves for the sympathy of a twin soul and an artistic temperament that is really jarred by the sight of her everyday commonplace husband She wants to flit through life looking at beautiful pictures and listening to Wagner operas with the kindred spirit for the time being at her side gazing at her with eyes of reciprocal emotion This is her ro mance but the plain English of it all is that she has succeeded ifnot in causing an open scandal at least in making her socalled friend mis erable and utterly spoiling her happy home life The little house seems curiously changed and instead of the mer ry voices and cheery laughter once heard there a sullen silence reigns broken only by occasional bitter words between those two young people the best of friends and companions before this serpent entered their paradise The man once the kindest and best of husbands becomes morose irritable and uncertain of temper because his conscience is not yet quite dead and he is ill at casein the few minutes he ever allows him self for reflection but the evil spell is too strong and he in driven re morselessly along the path of destruction by what the temptress would call Iovesavcthe mark I As for the poor little wife on her misery wr can hardly bear to dwell Trusting loyal and absolutely devoted to her husband for a long time she simply refuses to believe there ran be anything seriously amiss but when the awful truth bursts on her the floodgates arc loosed indeed and it is only by the mercy of Heaven thjt she preserves reason herI The fashionable novels ire very fond of representing people such a case as each going their own way in more or less contentment but for a woman who loves her husband there is only one way and if that fails her she has no resource but to cat out her heart in solitude and despair and when hope dies out who can say what the end will bat The ardent lady who has done all this mischief has another excuse besides her artistic temperament her unfortunate husband is sure to have disappointed her in some way Though he may appear to the ordinaryobserver tobe a very harmless member of society mysterious shortcomings on his part arc darkly hinted at which if anyone is ill advised enough to attempt to sift generally resolve themselves into the old complaint as well known as the headache He does not understand me he gives me no sympathy Poor man he is only too thankful if he is allowed to eat his dinner in peace without incessant wrangling caused by some impossible demand on her part or angry objections to a perfectly reasonable request on his And so the sorry farce goes on and sympathetic friends ignorant of the lengths to whicji her long ing for affection have led her say to each other Poor thing I am really sorry for her tied to that dull mail to such n nature as mrs it must be torture quite forgetting that the dull man has rescued her from a povertystricken home and given her as good a time as he possibly could economizing his own personal expenses in every way so that she shall have the luxuries and smart dresses she craves for and is repaid by open indifference if not actual rudeness and secret infidelity But time brings its own revenge and the days are sure to conic when this excitement is over and the lover wearied bored and like all men hating the cause that has led him to lose his self respcct turns fro 4 her forever 1ltttintt11tltattt trip1ituI lmInmru By MISS L M McFEATERS President Boston Mat Trimmers Union Society in the bulk is composed of people who work for a living It is therefore clear that an benefit which those people derive is hrtrisd by society as a Whole Speajcing only fur the woman trades unionist I think I can say that the working woman has been greatly helped in every way by her membership in the union The working woman hn9 fewer advantages even that the working man Her enrollment in or ganized labor came later than mans but even the undoubted advan tages which the working man has reaped from tradcsinuonism arc not more apparent than those which the working woman has derived Woman has not enjoyed the save opportunitJes as man and has not had the advantage of experience with the worM When she yas forced to enter upon an industrial life she was greatly handicapped by this lack of experience The trades union has been a great educator for her She has learned the methods till then to her unknown sifac complishing things through organization She has been able to profit by many object lessons in discipline and order She has found out how much more fairly and thoroughly things can be done by parliamentary rule than by arbitrary impulsive acts It has been a great educational influence in the working womans life to be a part ofan organize- drnenient that does things by vote after fair discussion She has learned to look at things from many different points of view In the organization of labor as in the organization of everything the strong and the weak the intelligent and the unintelligent the hotheaded and the coolheaded the fair and the unfair all meet to gether and the result is as it always has been In the long run that rea son triumphs over unreason and discipline over passion Working women have profited greatly by this association The impatient have learned selfrestraint the prejudiced have learned fairness the weak and uninformed through contact have become stronger aria better in formed If the trades union leas done only these things for the work it has not benefitted society ing woman who will say that i f A tltitdAIrJ kt THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOl Lesson in the International SerlaI for November 13 1004JouhIRepairs the Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright 1M4 by J M EJmm LESSON TEXTS King llM5 mem cry verses fUV Head all of chapter am the parallel account In 2 Chronicles t QOIDKN TKXTWe will not forsaki the house of our OodNeb 3029 TIME The work of repairing the tern pia covered a period of about U yean It was begun early In Joashs reign and he rtlgned 40 ymr 4TIst9 U C Il ACB Jerusalem The lesson Outline TIIBUKiIleiuUrlng tho Lords Temples I A Temple to ne Repaired vs 48 1 The Repairs Ordercdv 4 I 2 The Work Neglectedv 4 I Failure Appuelllva 7 1 11 A Temple Uepalredva 911 1 Ilnnnlnr the Work and Worklni the lanvi I 10 Workmen Engagedvi 12 ta The Work Competcdva II It 4 Faithful Dealing U Comparing Scripture with Scripture- I A Temple to Uc llepaired Un der the six years reign of Athallat the priests of But halt despoiled the temple and made breaches In Its walls In such condition It was unsightly and dishonoring to God There is another temple that needs repairing The temple of the body 1 Cor 31617 Ah how tin has made breaches In the walls and despoiled It of Its treasure and le itroyed Ita beauty Read some of the ugly conditions found In the temple of the body as enumerated In Gal 51921 The condition of the temple Is known There are some marks of the llepoller upon our llvoa Man is conscious of the tact of sin In his life and heart And tc the extent that sin In there to that ex tent Is the body temple denied 1 The Repairs Ordered TS 4 Let the priests repair the breaches of the house wheresoever any breach shall be found This was the order or the king to those In charge of the term pie and he designated how they were to obtain the needed money to carry on the work v 4 Gods command tc the keepers of this temple of the body Is Be ye holy for I am holy Lev 1144 192 1 Pet 115 IC Halt 6l4S The king had a right to order the tem ple repaired nay It was his duty to sc ofIthat the temple scarred and marred b sin bo repaired 2 The Work Neglected v 6 Out the priests had not repaired the breaches In the house And this after years Day after day week after 13 month after month year after rolled by and still nothing was done The Intentions of the priests undoubtedly were good They meant tc obey the kings orders but kept put ting It off The devil wins more vie tort through that one plea of tomor tow than In any other way Not many want the disfigured temples Few there are but that expect some day to begin the repair work but oh how long II goes undone The breaches are not repaired 3 Failure Apparent vs 7 8 Jonah called his priests to account and God rails man to account for his erg lect Heb 37 8 Jonah was not vtlll log to let the matter rest where It was and God Is not willing In the face ol mans failure to stop there lie calls man to account He brings him fats to face with his utter failure Hut lht temple Is to be repaired Where the priests failed the king takes hold and pushes tho work to completion anti where man has failed God Is ready to supcrvlre and accomplish the repairing of this temple of the body II A Temple Repaired 1 Plan ning tbe Vork and Working the Plan vs 9 10The klnf now assumes ne Live direction of the work as Is apparent from the account In 2 Chron 24 Jeholada acted as the kings chlel agent Specialization marked this see ond effort al repairing the temple A special fund with a specific purpose was raised U won to be applied to the definite walk of repairing the temple The people were glad and eager to give when they understood that their rift would be applied directly to the templt repairing The reason a great deal of reform work falls because It U made to broad and general that It never get anywhere or does anything and conse quently dow not win the confidence or favor 4t the people The king bad a clean cut plan Und he worked the plan vigorously The reason a great many body temoles are not repaired U because the effort la so general and broad that not workable le The only plan which filiI work Is Godj plan Mans plans have alwajS failed We need to adopt Cods plan Eph 210 aud then lei Uod work the plan Phil 213 2 Workmen Engaged vs 1112 Trained hands to do a particular work Whatare Goda agents in repairing the bodyteRJplT The Crucified Saviour Whose blood clears away the rubbish of sin 1 John 17 The Holy Spirit Rom 82G The Will ton Christ and His Spirit can do nothing for a man unless the will Is surrendered Jac 47 Heb 12511 3t The Work Completed VB 1314 Phil 161 Kph 4131 John 32 4 KsltHful Dealing v 15God Into Whose hinds we commit ourselves wilt prove faithful 1Thesi 524 2 Thesa 33 2 TIm1121 Cor 1013 The Golden Text We will not forsake the house of out Clod1 What Is Involved In this pledge 1 Identification with God The old Jewish temple was Gods dwelling plac upon earth It stands then for Godi presence To forsake not Gods pres ence means Identification with Him 2 Consecration to God Present your bodies a living sacrifice unto God 3 Obligation to God Urine alt the tithes Into the storehouse For ye are not your own ye are ought with a price 4 Fellowship with GodslVhere two ar three are gathered together In My lame there nra I in lbo midst of them o 6- = 0 TELLING TOUCHES Joel Stratton touched poor drunken bus With a gentle kindly hand And wakened powers for Rood undreamt That still now through the land For bough touched Canon Fleming With his pernuailvo tpcech And nendi today true temperance men Wherer our navies reach Pur Fleming touched Mia Weston And set tier heart and head To labor for our boyn In blue Whereer our nag la spread Friend William Martin often poke Of drink Sad blighting power Take Father Mathuwn name Came the derisive hour The Irliih priest began hli work To act his country tree The fruit ot which In many a town Throughout the land wa see For teni of thousand earnest men Takes Father Mathewa name And tabor for the temperance cause The fallen to reclaim Vho would have thought that Stratton touch Or Martins homely speech Would thrill Iho lnglish speaking world Or would n great church teach The nodgiven truth of abitlnrncc From drink that work such Or make a million mind to see Their Heavenly Father will Would waken hearts and open eyes Thatjney might understand That temperance la the greatest need Of our beloved landT May we our raN by hand and voice Hp on our righteous cause ll teaching old and young the truth And framing heSter laws And by our kindly word and deed Give clear proof that we love And so make all things here below More like llitiven above And each ds of lov and peace With glad heart wo wilt bring And lay them as an oRcrlng sweat before our tard Mnd King CAUSES AUTO ACCIDENTS How Intoxicant Drink Unfits ODe for Handling the Dig Spefdr- Machines We have rcccfvcd a communlcatloj containing the hUtory of 25 fatal accidents occurring to automobile canons Fifteen persons occupying these wagon were killed outright five more drtd two days later and three died a low week after the accident making 23 person killed Fourteen persons were Injured iomo seriously A careful Inquiry says the Journal of Inebriety showed that H 19 of these accidents the drivers hat Died spirits within an hour or more of the disaster The other nix driven were all moderate drinkers but It wai not ascertained whether they bad use d spirits preceding the accident The au thor of this communication shown ww clearly that the management of anto mobile wagons is far more dannerotn for men who drink than the driving or locomotive on steel rails Inebriates and moderate drinkers are the in oat In capable of all persons to drive motor wagons Tho general palsy and dlmln Ished power of control of both the reason and senses are certain to Invlti disaster In every attempt to guide nut wagons Thu precaution of rallroai companies to have only total abstainer guide their engines will soon extend to the owners and drivers ot these now motor wagons Tho following Incident Illustrates this now danger A recent rare between the owners of large wagons In which a number of gentlemen tool part was suddenly terminated by ono of the owners and driver who per slated In using spirits Ills friends de r rled him and In returning to hit home his wagon ran off a bridge and was wrecked With the Increased popu laity of these wagons accidents of thli kind will rapidly multiply and we Iq vltw our readers to make note of die asters of this kind A MATTER OF APPETITE Conversation Between a Preacher and a Tippling Barber with Odda in Favor of the Former Intemperance Is a matter of uncon trolled appetite This fact was em phaslxed In a conversation that occurred in a barber shop between the barber anti a preacher both of them dose friends of the writer says the National Annotate The preacher took his place In tie chair for a shave The potatory barber knew that his breath was heavily laden with the odor of whisky and felt that It was necessary for him to offer an apology This lie prpceeded to do by saying be was bothered with stomach trouble which sometimes assumed an acute form At such times the only remedy he coul find was whisky He had just been beeDIwould not be offended for whisky was the only thing that could give him any satisfaction The preacher replied vubstantlslly aa follows Certainly Mr certainly I know just exactly bow you feel and can heartily sympathize with you The fact of the business Is I have a similar trouble H Is located la my stomach and both ers me every day Sometimes it gets go painful ait to bo unbearable When that occurs there la only one thing that will afford any relief at all there Is just one thing and that is chick en The shaving was done in silence but each man did some deep thinking Setting Snares Many people are good because they have not been tempted they maintain their equlpolso because no sinIster band liaR disturbed the delicate bal ncc What a Satanic thing It Is to put temptation In the way of ouch people or set a snare for their feet United Presbyterian SOME FINDINGS ON ALCOHOL Conclusions of a Young Mnn Who Was Asked to Manage a Large Liquor Justness Sir Benjamin W nichardaon tin tat Inent physician and surgeon has left this testimony on record Ho rays I am recording a matter of personal bU tory Len aythst I for one had once no thought of alcohol except as n food I thought It gavo additional strength I thought It enabled ua to endure mental and bofllly fatigue I thought It cheered the heart and lifted up the mind Into greater activity 1 learned step by step that the trun ac tion of alcohol Is to create paralyeln of nervous power A young business man of splendid ca pacities whose views on the temperance question were those generally hold by socalled moderate drinkers when told by his uncle a wine and spirit merchant that ho had planned to retire from bust nets and deslrcdjo tnakearrangemenlse with this nephew on this wellpay lug concern decided be fore accepting the offer to examine tome temperance literature bearing upon the alcoholic question given him by n friend At our request ho tells what he thought and what he learned concerning alcohol I thought and thousands are under the same ImpresMon today that RIco hol gave energy and strength I have learned that the secrets of the delusion ls In Its power to paralyze People mistake dulled perceptions and temporarily cased nerves for strength Experience showed that athletes ex plorers In cold regions or workers In tho hot sun have proved tho advantage of abstinence I thought every robust healthylook ing moderate drinker was a proof of Ute strength giving properties of alcohol have learned that thanks to hl constitution he II healthy In spite of and not on account of tho alcohol and that insurance companies lave proved abstainers lives to be longer and health ier I thought the Bible commanders the use of alcohol when It raid orevery creation of God Is good I have learned that our alcoholic drinks cannot be reckoned Gods good creatures The grain grapes eta are good but the drinks are mars concoc long and he does not hcallate to dc stroy the nutriment In obtaining strong t spiritI the Bible commanded the use of alcoholic drinks boca f It spoke of wine cheering the heart of man I have learned that the wines ot Scripture times were very different to the olcohoyc liquors of today dl tllla lion was unknown and there WM not tho then jiur the rte I celt for total abstinence I thought It was not right to abstain from alcoholic liquors t criut they were taken to nxritsby many per sons I have learned that it Isonly hnpiane that men should aVBjaln fi r the ukn or their tempted brethren fnrthVtaknor trying to make thU laucltO bMgbtr by drlnkn little brighter I thought It was only tkn drunkard who should become an abstainer It be could not drink moderately nut that br was to be despised u a most Ignorant and worthless creature I have learned that others should ab stain that the drunkard might folio their example I have ship learned that In these days there are men and women educated as welt M Ignorant wllh whom drunkfnnei Is kdUOMC In ninny eaten Inherited They cannot even alp an Intoxicant without placing themselves In the most terrible peril Hn tire abstinence Is tJllr only safeguard I thought the limmmio trafllc In sl cuhollc liquor must be benefietal to the trade of the country I have learned that an Incredibly small number of hands Is required for the manufacture and aalof drink ns compared to that to produce the same amount of value In other employment and of course a much larger quantity Of other nmnufaeturcd spuds would be required If It wore not for tho very largo expenditure on alcohol In race of these facto and an a nJinlt of my Investlcallons I could not accept my uncles offer r GLEANINGS FOR THE HEFORMEB J No other poison kills a quirk If Ienough In taken at once1i W lUehofardson AI Fortyflve counties nf Virglola have no saloons and over 100 magisterial districts in wet counties are dry In the southern states there aria 87 000000 people and 17000000 of them are living under absolute prohibition- I am but one but I AUI one I can not do every thing but I can do something what I undo i ought to do and what I ought to do by the grace of God I wfil do- A sensible prohibition speaker an swering the old cry that to do away with saloons will kill business and begin the era of grassgrowing In the a streets sail At present prices It would be better for the town to raise more lay and less hell A legislative Investigating committee Jreports that there are In operation In Pennsylvania 35000 speakeaslcs or Illegal liquor sellers to 24000 licensed houses This Is certainly a remarka ble showing of contempt of law The Reason Why A German wwke at a temperance ectlng as follows I shall tClleyou rtIA bow It vat I put my hand on my lead there vats one big pain Then I ut my hand on my pody and tlwro ras another Then I put my hand in ny pocket and there vita nothing Now there la no more pain In de head De pains In my pody are all g vie ivay I put my hand In my pocket ind there lull twenty tollara Bo I stay nit do temperance UULJ o IIf1L El a r A NONSACGINC GATE How It May Be Constructed So aa to Overcome OldTlme Dif ft ficulties I have had much trouble with sag tlng salts before I built several like t the one shown In the cut If the posts aro well set there Is little danger of the gate sagging In the tops of the abort and lone poets shown at a and bI 4IUTB THAT WILL NOT SAO notes are bored to receive the hinges In tbe poet mar be fitted Irou sockets or In lieu of that nil hole with United oil and allow wood to soak It up thoroughly as ajrevcntlve against weather and wear The hingea ahqwn at a and bare not found upon an ordinary gate but can be madeby any blacksmith Hy use of tho lever c and the latch at d connect ed by wires shown the latch may be raised without gulag to tbe end or gate Oa some of these Rates writes fl It Drown In Farm and Home I have placed a small wheel afl nhbwn ate II not flrmly wet Into the rate the wheel should be mounted on a awlvcl It a board It used as a tn A for these wheels to ravel on much annoyance li avoided Irt muddy weather RACK FOR CORN HUSKING Elmplt Contrivance Which Will Llglt- en the labors In the Field Corn husking rack aucb as shown in the picture ciully built of a few attest It can be made of any sire de e 1 CONVUNIBNT CO11N1IU8KINC HACK sired but a convenient one IB IS Incho high three feet wide and MX feet lung says the Orange Judd Farmer The common method of using It In to tip It over to that the top and bottom rest against eWe aide of the shark which Is then pulled over unto the rack The shock U unbound and la then ready for one or two bothers- SUGGESTIVE PARAGRAPHS IB your barnynnl graveled dltrhvd and tllid Marketing the products In the beet poislltlo condition U wborp the profits are made- A furrow passed through a wet place In the wheat Held will of ton nave an planting wheat out an orchard this fail 1arra plant out more than run be ma and rared for life may be made a burden or J pleasure according to the management of the home tho farm and the work + Clean up the farm and Its value will N be Increased and when It Is cleaned and cleared It will cultivate more easily and cheaply Tho scrapings from the barnyard drawn out and nprrn l on the meadow before cold weather will help to protect the grass roots and bring a better crop next teaton Farm nnd Home Remember this Hay In a smelt stark wilt have a much larger part ruined by rain aud weather than that In a large tone So If you can pusclbly make room i In the hay mow put In the one or more smell Macks leUtvrr Colcnians Rural World A Dig Plugs Dominion Fruit Inspector Wnrlinnn t Ipspecllagjt sty JapanfM plum which measured 8H Inches In elrcmniemro and I weighed six ounces It was Kreen In color and shaped much like a pear trultrand destitute of coarernett ia texture largewlarger that that of an ordinary Lom bard orThtmnon plum grown In Cana lorlithereAf rfY specimen although the fruit saust have beeR at least ten days picked before I reaching Montreal no carefully do Cal ifornia rowers pick pack sad skip i their fruit Baylpg Poultry Manure PouUry manure Is very rich In all the 3 fc rttllrlnp elements bufespeclally nt 1aitmgan owing to the fact that the 0 nary vlilch contain urljl smou fits of nitrogen is well iyi i r rsiidlly available form are voided with xth solid excrement If quickly loses nitrogen however by fcnnenatlon It not properly mixed with absorbents or prctcrvatlvts In no case ihotJd alka line Hibstrtncfls like lime wood ashes etc be mixed with poultry iiiunuv ianumlJulleUa TALK ABOUT WHITE PINES Bureau ofJPorcatry Gives Sonvojnfor matlon on How to Start a Littley Plantation The white nine Is reproduced from seed The cones which average about six Inches lu length bear from lo 70 seeds each There are about 8800 seeli to the pound or 1800 to tho ounce Tht percentage of germination In fresh seed la 70 to 00 If the seed Is sown carefully In drills on suitable soil and cared for In a proper manner subsequently CO per cent may beaxpcctrd to produce seed lings which will live to the transplanting stage If however seed be town broad cast on soil not properly cared for a Ire quent result IB not more than 200 to COOO seedlings from the pound At this rate It woUld pay the planter better to buy two or threeyear seeding from n nursery or collect them from the foresr Seed years occur but one In four IH seven years Since while pine seed requires two years for development In possible to predict a seed year 12 mcmthx previous to the time for collection Ample opportunity it thus given to Prepare for planting when teed may to obtained at tho smallest cost to the planter UITanItaconsequently It it necessary to collect the cones before they open Different methods of collecting have been used In various parts of the country Tho quick est method la that ol chopping the trees and picking the cones by hand from neverbelure and can Immediately be used for lumber In such Instances It la some yearbeforeping off large branches should ever be resorted to unless the branches art cut to the stem In which case the pruning benefits the future limber pro viding the crown It not robbed Where trees have large mount the tips of the lateral branches may be removed with pruning shears without In partofexcept by hand picking A long pte with a sharp curved steel knife at tbs end may bo used tu ad vantage Inplrk Jng cones It Is usually powlblo to obtain Btfjjs must esMJy front trees which are grown In open fields or along toAd sides and they bear more and frequently better seed Seed should be stored In a cqol dry plate iu small bags suspended In the air tight freezing Is not luJurlouB bu- besvylcsezing should be guarded against Jureau of Forestry THE STORING OF APPLES Shallow Trays Prove the Most Con venient and Safe for the Win per Ketplng of Apples 111M shallow trays fpr storing away apples for winter use TIICKO art IOur feet square av shown lu the upper part of the cut Tbo ends and middle plocM ate made of Ix3lneh stuff and the but tom covered with laths These laths or spaced One hal Inch apart One lath It KND AND OTTOM VIKW OK mUIT TRAY nailed at each end as shown at tho bot torn of the cut This makes the nicest tray fur packing apples In cellar I lint seen I have 14 trays and place one on tnji of the other They are set on four posts two feet high which have n tin cap at top to present rats from climbing up Each tray holds two bushels Stored In this way apples can easily be sorted from time to time commenc lug with top tray and removing and using up specked OUCH Another good feature In this way of storing that children cannot scramble on top of the pile and roll the apples around In order to find the Urgent and nicest as when they arc stored In bins tae bunch of laths will make three trapC E Kundson In Farm and Jlome The Low Wheeled Wagon learners teldom top to think whit an immense lot of utclcss labor they perform during the season by the utfc of the regulation highwheeled wagon Very many farm products of grea weight are lifted shoveled or pitch forked to a wagon box or rack front four n five feet frpm the ground only to be again lifted to the surface al the end of Iho mini Add to this the labo of putting hay grain or fodder to th vary top of a load tight or nine fee from the ground anti we feel Inclined ask the question Can we lessen the laborr Careful experiment have shown that the draught on very low wheels Is bit little If any greater than on those of average height And os these low wheels ran be had to At any size skein on soy walton the farmer may own the cott la small when compared with the benefit derived Farmers Voice Root rot rots out the center of the tree Cedar rust will not kill fruit un less It kills nil the leaver IfflBftthe leaves nut the wood r DIES FROM XRAY BURNS Chief Assistant of Thomas A Edison Passes Away a Martyr to Modern Science Clarence M Dales an electrical engineer formerly of Chicago Is dead at East Orange N7 a martyr to science Ills Illness was due to experiments work In connection with Roentgen rays Ho suffered for years and underwent seven operations which finally culminated In the amputation of both his armsDuring hla experimental work with the Xray Mr Dally was Thomas A Ed- Ison chief assistant He worked at the laboratory in West Orange night and day In his work with the flouroscope his bands were badly burned by the rays Six months fitter the first Indications of burning appeared Ac hands began to swell and Mr Dally suffered great pain for two years when he went to Chicago and obtained a position with an Incan descent lamp company Cancer finally developed on the left wrist and he went east for treatment Yore than ICO pieces of skin taken from his legs were grafted onto his hands without BUCCCM Seven amputations robbed him of linGers hands and armsDuring the seven years he had been unable to care for himself All the time before his arms were amputated he was obliged to real hit hands n water during the night to aHal the burningsensation COMPLETING MINING FEAT Solution H7drauIlie Ole of the most interesting engineer ing feats on the Pacific elope IB ap proaching completion by the Golden Drift Mining company A pressure dam containing more than 3000000 feet ot lumber and thousands of tons of rocks ii not of Itself a novelty but the purpose of the power obtained it signifi cant It solves a problem of great value to RogucfRlver valley In OrIOn Sum dent water will be furnished for Irrigat tog 20000 acres besides washing placer ground of high elevation Sixteen 4CO horsepower turbine are to be Installed ot which four are now In Each tour turbines operate In tandem two flvoutep centrifugal pumps raising 18000 gallons user minute 430 feet or 9000 with pressure equal to an elevation of 830 feet for mining Pumps with lets steps out of tandem elevate great volumes 70 feet for Irrigation School in Skyscraper Accommodation for nearly twice al many pupils as any other elementary school In the world will bo found In a sky scraper to be erected within afcw months In New York city It In planned that the new school shall be ten or more stunts high and have about IS class rooms to tho floor The entire building will contain at least 150 classrooms accommodating between 7600 nod 8000 children The building will beabrolute ly fireproof Only the desks and doors will be Inflammable If a fire should ocI cur In a room It could be dOlled up until the names had died out- ElectionOdd Bets With the approach of election some funtiy bets are being made on the pretl dentlal result Ono man has wagered that If Parker Is not elected bo will stand on a cake of Ice weighing 300 pounds In his baro feet until the Ire melts The Roosevelt man fays If his favorite Is defeated he will let his hair grow until 190 1t According to another bet It Parker la defeated tho Parker man Iq to roUa peanut across the Brooklyn bridge J1ooieclll beaten his man Will have to get shaved on one side of the face only for one month MARKET REPORT Clnclnnnll Nov CATTLB Common 12 25 0 I 2G Henry steers 5 00 6 ro CAIAKS Extrn 75 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 1C 4t It 20 Mixed packers 4 95 4rt It 10 SHKKI Extra 3 C- 5LAMIIS 0 4 75 Extra 6 85 0 00 FLOHIl Sprln pat 35 61 6 60 WHEAT No 2rI 19 No 3 winter 111 CORNNo 2 mlxlIi 67 OATSNo 2 mixed t Sl4- PORI4Cteur Moss fYl2 6- 0RYENo 2 85 0 87 HAY Ch timothy 01200 C SO IBUTTERChidalrY e 25 Iii 2 25 0 2 7C POTATOES Per bbl 1 0 1 65 TOBACCO New 6 26 012 25 Old 4 75 01 60 Chlpap- oFLOURWnler pat 5 5 40 WHEAT No 2 nd Ii 15S 1 16V No 3 spring 1 02 01 11 V- jCpRN No 2 mixed 0 C4v 2914ILYENo 00tI New York FLOUR Win strts 5 35 O ft 60 WHEAT No 2 red O 1 19t4 01 3514rG4tBaltimore WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 17 A CORNNo2 mixed fi 67 No 2 25tHOaSDresscd 6 e 7 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 1C CORNNo mixed tV 5714 OATS No 2 mixed 0 34 LARD Stcnm 0 7 75 PORKvMess 011 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 17 W CORNNo mixed CS 0 7- 0OATSNo 2 mixed 83 Nt 35 Buggy or Carriage- Harness WEATHER sad flntj FINE Invite you to drive profitlook as well aa ike rest of your turnout or if it ahal by aud thus detract from the general appearancoT If ao ibeiea an easy way out of it Select a DeW set of Buggy or Carriage Bar oeM from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make jour old bar pees do let Ua put it in good repair for you It wont coat much T J MOBERLY- Main SteRichmond Ky JManyBabl DioFrom Croup very winter Mothers protect your dear little ones by keep log in the house a bottle of Paracam ph when Croup is coming on give a few drops internally apply freely to the throat and chest It cute the phlegm draws out the fever and in flammation almost instantly It IB safe and sureS E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS 4 Offing to poor halth I an forced tp close out my entire stock to cfiit business have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at grealy reduced prices Hero is your opportunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ey rl Take Notice of recent action theKentucky Leg fslature College receive no colored students therefore this offer is open white Berea College Foundad 1855 IPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN BEACH OF ALL- Over r 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Larger College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONSI I Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young meat and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teacher Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College business and tot lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Cboralfree Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expencs the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term- of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Cougregatioa ulista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations roes INTORUATIOX AND FBICNDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TOE SECRET Ah T t WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County II r w r Madison County Roller Mils HoM4tM IeoeJ Manufacturers Fancy Roller flour Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc K Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will t hard to beat OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour V r iiMmw t Potts Duersoii Sutloa Ky IYhlt 0I DYSPEPSIA CIEDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT d TheSL00buttrntslas24thcesthetdetdtehkhsefsfor50c des fI rsPAalb TNa UIQUTOJyor E C DeWITT tic COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 06 FRE Ton CITIZEN will pay the young woman from each of the Piilnski and Hockcastle These County who take Tae CITIZEN 11o will print the This should be filled out with your County to whom you with CITIZEN office count one each Tot In addition to this ench serve a blanltentitling then to ScholarshipsI60 votes or each 3 months j The young man on the largest number of votes College4vbich wjll sore each one will be put is for board and room any other flratclast school juJ coming year and if you or any you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot bll for you Your chance ia just a Cut this out fill la with On account the of erea cant the coming year only to contestants for of Ky be PRIDE t or postolficet county as the utost popular young man err teand ro Mimee N rio- f J F postomce countJ- as the moat popular young woman I THE CITIZEN II c u I I I I 11 I I 11f 11 I II III I I I I I II lo IBerea and Vicinity It GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES +I I I I I H I I I I I I I J I I J I J I I W F Kidd was sick Wednesday mid ThunWny The Band played Monday at the pttblicau rallyat Richmond Mr and Mrs J J Branaman re turned from the Worlds Fair Mon dayQuite u umnher of Berea Repub halos and Democrats uttended their party rallies in Richmond Monday- A missionary tea was held in the Parish House Wednesday afternoon by the ladies of the Union church An excellent repast was provided Grandma Hart one of the old laAAedawaday afternoon in the Berea Cemetery Mr William Hart of Hazard was in town Wednesday He expects to more here providing suitable property for cultivation of gingseng eau t be will he no social on Satur day night of this week at the Hick 9ory Plains schoolhouse Arrange I vents will Us made for the same at j u later time Tom Richardson a merchant of 1BigHill accidentally shot himself Tlnusday morning While stooping over his 38 revolver slipped from the hostler and the hammer was dischaetldirectlythroughthebodyb- reaking the spine No hopes for recovery Mrs Sarah G Street sometime teacher of drawing in Berea has now u similar position in the public schools of Harvey Illinois where her l residence is 1534 Lexington Avenue Her soar Lloyd is a student in the preparatory department of Wheaton College nearby- A company of about 24 gathered nt 7 P Jon Frldajr night in the sewing room of the Industrial Build ingupon invitation of Mrs Sara Bung The three hours passed all too I quickly in games and social con verse At intervals during the evening refreshments consisting of tape punch candies oysters and chicken salad were served Whenever Mrs Bong issues invitations we know none of thorn will be refused Prof Wallace A Battle who has been making a tour of New England States in the interest of his Okolona Industrial College for colored youth returned last week well pleased with the hearty response he found every where Among other dona1onsto his excellent college he reports that one gentleman has promised to ship him as soon as a building can be erected to house it a fine uptodate steam laundry outfit which costs at l the factory 3000 This handsome gift will go a long way toward making the college tlfsupportiug since it will be able to do all this line of work forthis city making it a hand some revenue earner and at the same time a good many negro girls who would lx otherwise unable to enter the school an opportunity to work their way through Okolona Miss Messenger For Sale A faun of 70 acres adjoining town limits on the waters of Silver Creek Well improved Good Buildings call on J P Bicknell Berea Ky Wllllamsbure Academy Defeated Score SB to 0 I In spite of the fact that Williams burg Academy defeated the institute of the same place by 10 to 0 and thaUthe Institute hold Berea down to 3i Berea overwhelmed the Academy by 50 to 0 in 35 minutes of play From beginning to end it was a series of gains by Berea ranging from 3 togo yards Only once did Wil liumsburg hold Berea for downs and but once did Berea Tail to gain the necessary distance In all Williams burg gained 70 yards while Berea gained 7 O- Berea won toss and chose kick oil and at 230 sent the pigskin to Williamsburg 5 yard line who returned I 0 Berea held and Hudson gained 2 and Caldwell went 12 for touch down Caldwell kicked a difficult goal It took 2 minutes to ticore The next score Was made in 180 the next in 245 At the end of first half the score stood 34 to 0 in Bereas favor Tlie playing of Postlewait Clark and Caldwell needs commendation Kise and Blakelyof Williamsburg did the best work for that team The star play of the game was made by Postlowait In the second halt lie caught njiuiit and went 05 yards for touchdown Berea played tw ants Welch at quarter and Ernst at guard The game of the season comes November 10 when the Varsity meets Georgetown on Berea grounds It promises to ba un interesting game Tb Varsity have tried hard to get a I I I I I I I I 11 11 I 11 I I I ILl I game on with Central University of Danville but that team seems to avoid BIIlEA WlLLUWmKO Brock Centre mllott Marsh R Guard Powell Emit L Ouard Mo- wsBurrtaR Tsrkla Ragan Hutinon L Tickle Ulllla Clark F It End Parkerltu- nt LEnd Watkins Ooln Caldwell R nail Klee Clark II Carl L nail BUkol- IVxtlewmlt Full Back Atklnnon lValklna Welch Quarter Bark Atklnuu T Referee Snyder Umpire Biirdette OltlcUl Linesman Cartmell Time Keeper POW The Local Election There were no signs of results being close when the votes were counted on election day Practically no scratching of the ticket was done The Republican voters numbering 100 were unanimous for Roosevelt Miles Congress and Herndon Ap pellate Judge 31 Democrats voted for Parker Gilbert Congress and Cantrill Appellate Judge 10 voted for Prohibition At 915 election night the Talx r nacle was crowded by an eager audi ence Minor returns at the first of the session were interspersed by band music speeches Iron Prof Dodge Gee Pow representative of the local Republican Club Henry Lengfellner for the Democratic Club and Dr Hubbell The dispatches were announced by Prof Dodge From 1030 on the returns were positive as to RooseveltiT elec tion and at 11130 the audience ad journed to Ladies Mall yard to cele brate the victory in the boom of the firecrackers and the hiss ofsky rocketsThe Democrats received the re turns at the Berea Hotel + I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I College Items HERE AND THERE Dock Chandler will teach this winter at Wabd Ky John D Creech is one of the Ows ley county examiners Howard Embree Is in the sheep business pt Palisade Wyo John F Dean is teaching at McKee and holds a State certificate Miss Margaret Horn leaves to night for a short visit in Cleveland Musses Hull Clark and Messrs Gillinau and Wortlien drove to llich month MondaytEdith M Fairchild is located at Mt Vernon N Y and ia teaching in the University there Mr Geo W Camp is teaching English in Zion City dttcatioual Institution Zion City Edwin Chancy resides at 11 Quito street Cleveland He is u teacher in Hiram House Social Settlement After Nov 28th F D Carr will attend the University of Vermont Burlington He will study medi cineWill Embree wilt graduate from Yale Law school in 1000 He is now editor of the Yale Law Journal 030 Yale Station New Huven will Teach him The week of prayer will lie ob served by the Y M C AY W C A and C E societies A short meeting of 15 minutes willbe held before dinner andn halfhour im mediately after supper Utile Duke carried ouia novel program Friday night After the regular business session a grand march headed bya drum corps met localand foreign speakers ut the depot Lady Principals office Fervent speeches from these orators who were in costume made up the rest of the evening A very creditable exhibition of watercolor sketches around Berea were shown Wgduesday and Thurs day in Phi Delta hall The artist V1basblabors the past spring and summer He and Irs Thorn leave Saturday for their New York home Negotiations have been completed for a treaty of arbitration between the United States and Germany Mr Andrew Carnegie has been un animously reelected rector of St Andrews University Edinburgh Votland In the Vermont Legislature woman suffrage measure was beaten after an exciting debate by a vote of 00 to U7ISir i of the Reform Club of London ffuys he believes the iu Amer ica is gradually growing higher A COOL HAND Copyright 1W4 by C a Lewlil I WAS employed In a wholesale bourse In a city that shnll be nameloss and rooming at a hotel and one evening I had purchased the current mngnzliH and sat down tor a long rend Iliad rend for two hours or more without rising from my chair when the door of the clothes closet suddenly opened and a man who land been In hiding there walked ontlle was not a tough looking mass though ho had a pistol In his hand and his appearance was so sudden that was simply surprised Well who are you I asked as he nJvniiwl toud took a seat Perhaps you read In the evening papers of a bank being swindled he queried Iu reply Yell but what has that got to do with you 2 Well to tell you the truth I am the wan who got tile money Hut how did you come to be hid lug here In my OIII2 The papers said that the man got away had other plans but they tula carried In tact a pal of wine lost his nerve at a critical moment and left me In the lurch I dodged into tide hotel In search of a temporary nay lum and was lucky enough to laud your door unlocked carelessness of the chambermaid probably Did you ever see 8000 In one pile Good for sore eyes See here lie tumbled In his breast pocket for a moment and then brought out the money There were three separate packageso000 2000 and 1000 but hehad tied thenl all together and made one large package Most of the bills were new and the bundle was worth a second look This means clothes quail on toast a trip to Ix udon Paris and Berlin he said as he fondly patted the money Look here old chappie he con tinued as he coolly stretched at full length on the bedhll willing to divvy with you Hand In your renlg tenon and take a European tour with me Itll help your health and broaden your mind This boodle will enable us to travel first class for a year Ills Impudence aggravated me I had not recoverd from iuy surprise and as he looked at tue for au answer I said Ill see you banged first Im not making European tours with bank sneaks and forgers Your trip will end at the front door of the state prison Too peppery altogether too pepper he quietly observed And do you think Ill be arrested Certainly Im going to take you downstairs apd turn you over to th- ePc9ts nil wool and a yard wide but It will shrink when you come to try It on ho iald as he dung his feet off the bed and stood up I dgnt know that I blame you for refusing the trip to Europe but please dont be an Idiot In other directions You shave your Keif dont you he finally asked as he turned tit me Yes my razor Is In the right hand top drawer Ah- mthaukl Good razor good brush good soap makes shaving a lux ury lie handled the razor with the deft ness of a barber and In seven orelgbt minutes be was clean shaved lie had sandy hair while his eyebrows were almost red There was a bottle of black Ink on the dresser He used his handkerchief for a sponge and colored his eyebrows With the same fluid he made up as neat a black eye as one rowdy ever gave another and he was chuckling us he turned to me to say Just one thing more old mana suit of clothes your oldest suit Pll pay cash for 1t 1 hod n much worn suit ID the ward robe which I handed out Bather a tight fit but Ill make It do ho said as be began to peel off My object Is not to pass myself off for you but to get rid of the Scotch tweed You can sell that suit for at least 10 and heres 25 for yours I dont want your money Dont be finicky Thats no part of this boodle but was honestly earned Ill leftve Iton the dresser Now then to wrap the money In this and take my departure wY boy take this thousand n01perwhere It will give you a Id starve firstl Too goody good to ever get if the garnet What cours are you go- Ing to pursue when leave the roomy Kick myself for a tool and then gol to bedGo bed without doing the kicking act You are the most sensible young man Ive wet In a year If Im arrested I shall say nothing about whats happened here If I get away I nhall always feel hurt that you wouldnt take some of the money Trala old man When he had closed the door I locked It and sat down After a quarter or- an hour had slipped away I tumbled Into bed I fell asleep after u bit and It was 7 oclock before I opened my eyes While I was dressing I had to go to tile dresser for a hand collar but ton and the Ink stained handkerchief caught my eye As I picked It uplo there was the 1000 package of green backs In plain view Did the man get way Yes ha walked downstairs and out of doors unquestioned and the tie tectives never got a clew on him after that night lie probably went to one of the depots and took a train About the money I returned It to the bank by mall and my action Is still a puzzle to the bank otllclals and detectives I could enlighten them but I shall not M QUAD e T I Gems In Verse I The World Makers We are the music maker dreamerWanderingAnd silting by desolate etrwims WorhUpavra and world oreakera On Om pate moon gleam Yet we are the movers and shaken Of the world forever It srtms With wonderful deathless ditties We build up the world great cities And out of u fabulous story gloryOne crownAndCan trample a kingdom down We In the OEM lying MrthDulltAnd babel ttscinn our mirth propheiylniToFor each age U u dream that la dying Or one that U coming to birth Arthur Oflhaughneaiy Didnt Think It all the trouble In the world Were traced back to their start Wed find not one In ten begun From wont of willing heart Out there a sly woe working elf Who lurk about youth brink And sure dismay he brings alway The elf didnt think lie IIHm so aorry when hss caught Ilia mIen is all contrite lie so regrets the woe hes wrought And wants to raakeghlnc right But wishes do not heal a wound Or weld a broken link The heart ache on the link Ie gone All through I dint think I halt believe that ugly sprite UoKI wicked dont care In life a long run Its harm has dune IJecaUM ie is so rare And one can be stern with him Can make the monster shrink But lackaday what can we say To whining Didnt thlnkT This must unpleasant Imp of atrlf Pursue us everywhere There scarcely one whole day of life lie does not cause w care Small woes and great he brings the world Strung ships are forced to sink And trains from Iron tracks are hurled By stupid Didnt think When brain comrade to the heart And heart from soul draws grace didnt think will quick depart Fur lack of resting place It from that great unellUh stream The Gulden Rule we drink Well keep Ooda law and have tf cause To say I didnt think Ella Wheeler Wilcox What le to Comet What Is to coin we know not but we know That what bas been waa goodwa goal to how Better to hide and best of all to bear We Mt the master of the day that were We have lived we have loved we have euttereaeven so Bhall we not take the ebb who had the flow Life was our friend Now If It be our foe Dear though It spoil and break us need we care What a to comet Let the great winds their wont and wild et blow Or the gold weather round us mellow slow We have fulfilled ourselves and we can NAndmay not char In the rich quiet of the afterglow What is to come William E Henley An Angel Unaware She walks unnoticed In the trtThe casual eye See nothing In her fair and sweet The world goe by Unconscious that an angels feet Are passing nigh She little has of beautys wealth Truth will allow Only her priceless youth and health Her broad white brow Yet grow she on the heart by stealth I scarce know how thinglA loving woman heart she brings To human woes And to her face the sunlight clings Whereer she goes And so she walks her quiet way With that content That only comes to sinless days And Innocent A life devoid of tame or praise Tet nobly pent Pall Mall Oaiatt Human SonFour seasons fill the measure of the year There are four seasons In the mind man He ha his lusty spring when fancy clear Takes In all beauty with an easy span He has his summer when luxuriously springs honey d cud of youthful thought he loves To ruminate and by such dreaming high II nearest unto heaven quiet coves JIIa soul hq In Its autumn when his wings He curleth close contented so to look On mists In Idleness + to let fair things Pass by unheeded as a threshold brook lie baa his winter too of pal mlsfeature Or ele he would forego his mortal nature Keats IrYour Place Just where you stand In the conflict There la your place Just where you think you are useless- hide not your face Ood placed you there for a purpose Whaleer It be Think he has chosen you for It Work loyally GIrd on your armor Be faithful At toll or rest Whlcheer It be never doubting Ood way 1s best Out to the tight or on picket Stand firm and true Thl Is the work that your MuteUlveJ you to do Helen M Richardson In Churchman Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide In the strife of truth with falsehood for the good or evil aide Borne great cause Gods new Messiah of fering each the bloom or blight Parts the goals upon the left hand and the sheep upon the right Anb lhe choice goes by forever twixt that darkness and that light Lowell This Wav Sinners q If you are not buying all your wants of us I will tell you why t you should v J Wo have tho largest cleanest and best selected stock of DRY GOODS and SHOES iu Madison County The largest and choicest stock of GROCERIES this aide of Lexington and tho cheapest drug store on earth SOME PRICES illt Gold Medal Flour Vashburn Crosby CoJ 7Bc RiObelisk Flour Ballard Ballard Co 7Bcy Meal 65c Granulated Sugar 6W0 Arbuckles Coffee 2 for 260It i atlOther goods in proportion WELCHS CoalAT DEPOT t 1Chase Nogleot To have a good remedy in tho house for Burns Gilts and Orulsea often i81thowithout leaving ugly scars It dose this because it heals from the bottom of the wound and is therefore better than the oldfashioned Salvo and preventsbloodpoisoniug iu your home S E Welch Jr Drugght y Toothache V Lire Is hardly worth the living Whepon has an aching tooth can and fomlvlng Be In such a caT In truth Candor make me here declare Then Im cruse u any bear- I am hating all creation When my tooth la beating time When It aches like all tarnation I am fit for any crime Still It takes a lot of grit To step up and part with It When I try the pain to cover Playing that there Is no ache Half a dozen mUhap hover Hound me to advantage take To besot me u I grin Keeping all the wear words In It 1s safest when that molar Takes the center of the stage Plunging one In darkest dolor Causing one to wildly rage To sidestep and quiet keep Till the tooth Is put to sleep Dlsastorous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same 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 oven tho worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs fouls Cregg of Dorchester Massis one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery This great remedy is guarantied for elf Throat amid Lung diseases by East End Drug Co Druggist Price nOc and 100 bottle free The Best Thing All the breath And bloom of the year In the bag of one beel All the wonder and wealth of the mine In the heart of tine geml In tho core of one pearl all the shade and the shine of the coal Breath and bloom shade and shine won der wealth arid how far above them Truth that brighter than gem trust thats purer than pearl brightest truth purest truth In the unl verse all were for me In the kiss of one sfrl- Hobert Browning Even such Is time that take In trust Our youth our Joys our all w e have And pays us but with earth and dust Who In the dark and silent grave When we have wandered all our ways Shuts up the story of our days But from this earth this grave this dust My Ood shall raise me up I trust Sir Walter Raleigh Not A Sick Day Sinoo I was taken severely sick with kid fey rouble I triee all sorts of medi cines none of which relieved me Ono day I saw an ad ol your Electro Bitters and determined to tri that After takinga fowdosea I felt relieved and soon there after was entirely cur od and have not soon a sick day since Neigebors of mine hava been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Da of Fremont N O writes Only roo at East End Drug Co- O IFOR c SALE f US BUILDING LOTS In neIM Le- longing to the John G Fen tllttt Special inducements to purchniwr ofFnntlre tract s J P Bickuell De Ky i Subscribe IforCitizen The Good Farm For Sale 05 nortH good fencing uvorlant lug water material ready for u good barn 10x00 feet other outbuilding good Ii aero in young orchard all kinds of fruits 30 acne ready for corn next year remainder of farm in gniM Oil u good turnpiku J mile from Kingntou If you want a cheap home iu tho Illuo tires call on or add nHH Z M Boon 121 Kindlon It Cured Of Eczema Mr Dan A Briggn Glanglow KyM says About two 1 had Eczema so bath that I could scarcely sloop at all I purchased a bottle of Paracamph and made not over one dozen applications when I was en tirely well I hlghl1reootnUlonti Paracamph for skin and would not be without it iu my homer Paracamph sooths cools and heals Try a 2rIC bottle S E Welch Jr Druggist Having purchased tho plete retail stock of lOIllI j IhereafterBEREA FURNITUREJSTORE with a complete lino of both now and second hand furni ture at surprisingly low prices Call and examine To be 1pricoR H Chrismaij Opposite Welchs Bores Ky Chilblain Chllhlalnn are Induced by cold acting upon an cnftthled system and a weak eyestututhe degree of cold for some people suf fer from chilblains nil the year round Sufferers front Knynuuds disease II curious coinplnlnt associated with cold Denof ono or more of tile extremities are very subject to chilblains and with them local defects of blood sup ply due to Irregular contraction of the blood vessels ure the chief causes of tho discomfort Anything that Interferes with the blood supply may In cold weather cause a chllblalu Badly fitting boots which press Irregularly and keep tho blood out of small arena of the iklu are a common cause Tight kid gloves act fn the mmio way Tho circulation In the lars Is always limited and thus chilblains are comtnoii In these organs Chilblains do not forum so long III the Hubjuct la conscious of tot chill hut only after prolonged cold has para lyzed tho feeling of the part Tbs Itch lug and burning are natures efforts to restore the circulation efforts that may be successful or way end In ul cerous destruction of the sklu 0 y ml1u tIt1t ltt arri1ifwinE- nwtumutiut At furBy MRS ELLEN H RICHARDS Protytor of Chemistry In the I iton School of Technology II nrMAY be laid down as a general proposition that no man of under normal conditions should be disbarred from any employment It is an age at which a man should be literallv in the prime of life and there is no useful faculty that ought to be impaired at that period The efficiency of man at 40 regarded from the industrial viewpoint ought to be in the majority of occupations at its utmost height But that there are real reasons for industrial discrin ination against many if not most men of 40 is sadly trur The causes of this melancholy condition may be sought in the socalled strenuous life that we lead but which should he more appropriately called the ignorant and careless life At the bottom 01 this state of things in which we find men of 40 suffering discrimination in employment because of impaired usefulness lies the wrong ideas and practices of living It may be said with moderation that most men of 40 have suffered markcj deterioration of physical and mental fiber This condition b due almost wholly to unhygienic methods of living Nothing like a II proper investigation of food values is made by the average man or woman and the body is neglected and abused through infancy youth And manhood The wrong kinds of food arc eaten after being un holesomely cooked Meat is eaten in enormously excessive quantity and the system is deprived of the digestive exercise which the use of right food produces Our foods arc selected for stimulation rather than strength and the false physical exhilaration thus produced is taken as an excuse for strenuous activity which is exhausting and de bilitating The consequence of this method of living is found in disordered nerousncsslwhichaverage man finds his vision less true his energy less certain and ev And his industry less productive lie may not notice any of these signs vTof degeneration but others whose business it is to notice do not let things escape their observation The cry then is for younger men and as fast as men arc consumed men arc fed to the flames of our strenuous life A return to a simpler more natural existence is imperative and perhaps the first point at which we must begin is that which marks the problem of more nutritious food and more hygienic methods of prep aration and consumption There is yet however another condition which is unfitting men for varied and continued industrial activity That is the condition growing out of the lack of industrial adaptability It has been said that the average life of a trade today is seven years That is to say the implements and methods employed in any trade undergo so great a change in that period that a man who learned his trade seven years ago will find himself unfitted to compete with the man who has just com pleted hit apprenticeship 1or the relief of this condition manual training in the schools is doing a good work It is being proved that what is most essential to teach a boy is not the trade of carpentry for example lAit such familiar and expert use of tools as to enable him to turn to any branch of wood work As the industrial world is constituted today the man who has reached the age of 40 in almost any single branch of industry lacks ItatI1ptabilit and his efficiency is much impaired This it seems to met is the reason why the man of 40 unless conditions undergo a great change will continue to find himself debarred from many kinds of cm ImpIOY l1ont Ohtttoolt fur Womans 1ttrruge By MISS SUSAN B ANTHONY It tP 4 Man still has the ad vantage of the ballot and woman is still foi the most part except in suffrage states a politi cal nonentity But the day is near at hand when Lthatalso will be a thing of the past The men are wheeling into line on the suffrage question and public opinion in favor of granting the ballot to women has be come a mighty force Everything is ready for the general acceptance of equal suffrage except the politicians who unfortunately are still the ruling force They do not yet want us to vote i they arc afraid that their balance of power will be disturbed But we will circumvent them by and by Public sentiment will become so strong that they will have to yield and change those words in the constitution giving to man only the right to make the laws Everyone knows that in four statesWyoming Colorado Utah and Idahothe women are on an equal footing with the men In a 4cryfew years I believe that other states will be added to our ranks Oregon is I think in a fair way toward becoming a suffrage state al though we arc working quietly there Then I believe that we will win Oklahoma and Arizona by getting i an equal suffrage act passed by the territorial government before they are admitted t statehood This fight is nearing a crisis and we proba bly will succeed before the statehood bill which will come upat the next session of congress and which openly denies franchise to women classing them with lunatics and criminals is passed if it is passed in the face of the row which we suffragists will make That clause in the bill is very mean in fact of course it will make conditions no worse than they have been before but the open and direct mention of women as on a par with the defective and delinquent classes is an injustice which we cannot endure We also stand some chance of making Illinois a suffrage state not soon perhaps but at no far distant date You have the referendum law iii this state and in a few years if a suffrage I question were to be placed on the little ballot it passed for there is a great deal of public fsentinentt in the state in favor of our cause The j7ti clubs of the state are for suffrage strongly The clubs have been a vast help True they have taken attention away from the organization of l the suffrage movement somewhat but they ore all with us and are helping to spread the propaganda The dubs have social standings and are respected not ridiculed by the people and to have such an ally is a good thing for any cause L c MEARTH TREMBLED Terrific Bombardment of For Arthur by Japs Their Losses Were Very Heavy The Indication Are That the Final and Successful Engagement Is About to Take Place London Nov 4The Dally Tolo graphs Che Foo correspondent tele graphing Thursday says that the Jap nnoae loiscii during the last assault on Port Arthur were heavier than on any of thu previous attacks Tho bombardment he says was BO fierce that the streets of Oaluy were said to tremble as though from an earthquake The same papers correspondent with Gen Oku under dato of November Z says that the Indications are that a terrific engagement Is about to com mencelondon Nov GThe Dally Malls Che Foo correspondent has obtained a letter from a Russian In Port Arthur dated October 27 In which the writer declares that it would need thu pen of n Zola or the brush of Hacrest chagln to picture the awfulness of the siege The letter continues The uncanny part of It all Is that men meet death In utter silence Ono sees tho fiercest of fights but hears no sound Ono moonlight night at Ktse mountain I watched an assault of a ghostly mass of moving figures through which continual lanes were made by our guns admitting glimpsed of scones behind These gaps were closed up as If by magic and the masses surged onward while our men forsaking the trenches sought tho shelter of tho forts On they camo until when they were close up to us the mines exploded and tho earth opened Oodles were hurled high In tho all and then sank again to earth Handa clutched rifles and In tho moonlight tho bayonets looked like flro works shooting upwards and as cending point downwards Into tho bodies of men I dream of the sight even now All tho Inventions of military gent us ere not able to daunt the Japan ese who fight with Titanic energy Our soldiers are gladiators and great hearted homes The last sortlo of the fleet failed because of Inability to repair vessels previously damaged We have not n single bottle of anaesthetics left Just think what agony the wounded must endure The food Is of tho coarsest and oven that Is becoming scarce while disease is rife and sanitary con ditions are deplorable It Is Impossi ble to repair the ships with out scant resources but we are all determined to hold out como what will In tho hope of relief For every man we lose our foes bcmoan the loss ora hundred Cue Foe Nov 7As tho result of months of preparation Vladivostok is pow strongly protected according to Capt Halverscn of tho Norwegian steamer Tungues which arrived hero five days out from that port with 700 Chinese refugees who were unable to live at Vladivostok any longer owing to the high prices of food qnd other necessaries duo to tho war Capt Halverson says tho Vladivostok system of fortifications begins many miles outside tho city proper and grows stronger as tho city is approached Ships laden with food cannon am munition and all sorts of military sup plies frequently arrive at Vladivostok Tho European residents of Vladivo stok show their confidence In tho se curity of tho city by evidencing an un willingness to leave it If the Japanese make an attempt to capture Vladivostok It Is the belief of Capt Halvcrscu that they will find it to be a second Port Arthur Tho harbor of Vladivostok ho says has been mined for a dlstancoof somo seven tulles In four miles of this area contact mines have been laid while in the remaining three mllea electric mines have been planted Cruiser Olympia Badly Damaged Gibraltar Nov 7The cruisers Olympia Cleveland and Dos Molncs of the United States European squadron Rr Adm Jewell commanding have arrived hero The Olympia had to tow the British schooner Elizabeth with her stern badly damaged by a collision with the Olympia the night of November 5 The Olympia was not damaged Almost Complete Calm at Mukden At Russian Headquarters Mukden Nov 5Almost complete calm has prevailed here since noon of November S At daybreak Friday the Jap anese fired a few shrapnel at men working In tho trenches along the center of the Russian right flank To Bid the Troops Farewell St Petersburg Nov 6 Emperor Nicholas will start on November 8 for Dwlnsk Vitebsk Lovltch and Souval kl to bid farewell to troops departing for the far east The trip will occupy a week Ready For the Maneuvers Manila Nov 7fhe United States battleships Oregon and Wisconsin tho cruiser Cincinnati tho torpedo boat destroyer Decatur and the collier Sterling of the Asiatic squadron have arrived here and are making prepara tions for maneuvers laps Preparing to Advance Mukden Nov 7quiet continues here Tho Japanese are still working hard entrenching their front which begins to look like a continuous fort It Is believed they aro preparing sort ously to advance 4L THE AIRSHIP RACES The Greatest Demonstration In That Line Will Take Place In St Louis St Louis Nov 7Unless the weath er conditions Interfere tho greatest demonstration of airships In tho his tory of the world will take place at the Worlds fair aeronautic concourse beginning Tuesday Housed In tho aerodrome are five flying machines embodying as many different principles and varying In size from the monster airship Invented and built by Hlppolyte Francois of Paris Franco with Its Immense gas bag con taming 50 00 cubic feet of hydrogen gas to the comparatively small bal loon belonging to A L Reynolds of los Angeles Cal which when fully Inflated has a capacity of only 5000 cubic feet In principle of population the air ahlps vary as widely as they do In size Two of them come to tho Worlds fair with records of successful flights one of which the Baldwin California Arrow has demonstrated here on two occasions that It Is diri gable and not dependent upon currents of air for its momentum Tuesday the first flight is scheduled In tho contest for the grand prize of 100000 offered by theLouisiana pur chase exposition under the following conditions Course to be 11 shaped start to boI made at the angle of the L and tho length of the full course not loss than ten tulles nor more than 15 Number of trials allowed unlimited but each competitor must male tho tell course nt least three times Tho winning time shall bo the av erage of the three best trips provided that this average time be at least 20 miles nn hour The last qualification has so far proved time stumbling block to tho va rious aeronauts now at the Worlds fair They claim that the rato of speed prescribed la excessive and Im possible to attain for so great a distance ARCHBISHOPS REMAINS Removed From the Seton Hospital to St Peters Cathedral Cincinnati Nov 7The removal of the remains ot Archbishop Elder from Seton hospital to St Peters cathedral Sunday was one of the most numer ously attended occasions in the his tory of Cincinnati Along tho lino of march of tho solemn procession of clergy parish school children Catholic societies and others even the house tops were crowded The police had hard work to clear an exit at the hos Vital and later an entrance to the ca thedral At the hospital Archbishop Mueller Chancellor Dutton and Fa ther Nau chanted tho De Profundls When tho archbishop and the clergy received tho remains at time cathedral tho Franciscan Fathers chanted the office of the dead the Vespers Then the waiting multitude passed through to view tho remains MRS JOHN R DREXEL ILL An Operation Was Performed Upon HerNature of Disease Unknown Newport Tl I Nov 7The condi tlon of Mrs John R Drexel of Phila dolphin who Is at her summer real dence here was understood Sunday night to be favorable Tho nature of Mrs Drexels illness Is not known ex cept by members of her family and a few Intimate friends It was not known that Mrs Drcxels condition was serious until Saturday when Dr William T Bull a Now York surgeon arrived hero and performed an opera tion upon her Immediately after per forming the operation Mr Bull left for New York FOUND DEAD IN AN ALLEY It Is Believed That the Man Was Slugged and Robbed Chicago Nov 7Tho body of J H McPherson of Troy 0 was found Immersed in a pool of muddy water In an alley hero Sunday It is the be lief of tho authorities that McPherson who had exhibited some small amounts of money was lured into the alley slugged when at tho far end and robbed and afterwards thrown into a ditch From letters and papers found on the body of tho man it was learned that he had been in Wisconsin selling nursery goods before coming to Chi cago The American Evangelists Liverpool Nov 7The American evangelists Torry and Alexander opened a three months revival here In a building that had been specially erected for the purpose with a seat ing capacity of 12000 and which Is called tournament hall Fair Attendance Statement St Louis Nov 7Tho attendance statement Issued Sunday by the divis ion of admissions of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co shows total admissions for tho week of 634442 and the grand total since tho exposition opened 16567737 Will Visit the Canal Zone Washington Nov 7Members of the house commltteo on Interstate and foreign commerce have arranged to make a trip to the Panama canal zone starting from New York on tho 14th Inst for the purpose of acquiring In formation as a basis of legislation Ship Afire For Two Weeks Bremen Nov 7Tho Norwegian steamer Guernsey from Savannah Ga October 15 arrived hero Saturday with her cargo In the after hold about 3000 bales of cotton burning Tho fire broke out a fortnight ago j Crr4trrti t tFGtf f FCrCtF114Ee fr4 ft14iFfsfCo frt v 7t STATE NEWS KfJCI taa ss aaII o a a 9 ai aa oll A NOVEL RECORD Kentuckians Drank Most of the Water at Worlds Fair St Louis Nov 5Kentucky fa mous for Its whisky has made n rec ord on the water wagon as will be evidenced by the statement that at tho close of the Louisiana purchnso exposition nearly 800000 gallons of water will have been consumed in tho Kentucky building at tho Worlds fairNo whisky has been bought by the Kentucky commission and all that has been used was the gift of distillers of that state Hundreds for water not one cent for whisky was the declaration raaao by the Kentucky commission at the opening of the exposition and it has been carried out to the letter Tho water bill of the commission at the end of tho exposition will have amounted to 23640 at the rato of three cents per gallon for 788325 gal IonsFor the use of Kentuckians and other visitors to the state pavilion a modern water fountain was installed and that Ico water was the more popular beverage among the men who are sometimes alleged to hue an especial fondness for something stronger is Attested by tho enormous quantity consumed It Is understood that there Is some whisky to bo found In the building but It has been used only for medicinal purposes SWEENEY WINS HIS SUIT The Only Proclamation Issued By Gov Goebel Was Void Frankfort Ky Nov 3Former State Auditor John S Sweeney of Paris won a 22000 suit In the court of appeals Wednesday and Incidental ly the court decided that Gov Goebels only proclamation in which ho com manded the soldiers to disband was not In fact an order that the soldiers should have obeyed because It was not made known to them through the Adjutant general Auditor Sweeney Issued the war rants for about 28000 to pay the Tay lor soldiers and for their subsistence while on duty After tno democrats gained possession of the offices suit was flied against Sweeney and the Fidelity Deposit Co that gavo his bond to recover tho money on the ground that it was paid without au thority of law The lower court gave judgment to the state for 22000 and In reversing this judgment time court decided as above THE ORPHAN BRIGADE Capt John H Weller of Louisville Was Chosen Commander Frankfort Ky Nov cAt tho general meeting hero Thursday of the Orphan Brigade of tile Confederacy the remnant of the noted Kentucky regiments which took part in the civil war Capt John H Weller of Louis ville was chosen commander succeed ing the late Gen Joseph H Lewis Gen Lewis held the office from the close of the war until his death two months ago Railway Fireman Killed Livingston Ky Nov 3 Louisville li Nashville freight trains collided north of Livingston Fireman Ernst Meikle of 317 West Market street Louisville a brother of Train Dis patcher George Meikle was killed and Engineer Tom Lasley was badly scalded Thrown From a Horse and Killed Versailles Ky Nov 5News was received hero that James R Gay jr the nineyearold son of William D Gay formerly of this county had been thrown from a horse at Samsvllle O T and Instantly killed The Gay family moved to Oklahoma about two years ago A Suit For Damages Ellzabethtown Ky Nov 5T C Crawford administrator of the estate of William Mayfield colored has brought suit against the L N rail road for 10000 for tho killing of May field who sustained injuries on the depot platform from which ho died Died of Smallpox Hopklnsvllle Ky Nov 5One moro death from smallpox has been reported in Christian county this be- Ing the second so far Jim Peay a wellknown colored politician of Ken nedY contracted a malignant case while In St Louts and died Death From Typhoid Fever Cynthlana Ky Nov 61ames Dun don 35 a young farmer and cattle raiser died of typhoid fever Ho was a brother of County Attorney Dennis Dundon of Bourbon and moved to Harrison county from Mlllcrsburg sev oral years ago Death of Prof Arnold Stanley Nlcholasvlllo Ky Nov 5A telegram was received announcing the death of Prof Arnold Stanley at Kin ta I T His mother and brotherin law Dr T R Welch were at his bed side Prof Stanley was about 26 years old- Missing Druggist Heard From Newport Ky Nov 5Mrs Herman Koegcl wife of tho missing druggist has received a letter from her hus band In Now Orleans saying that he had been sick and will bo home on Sunday w LEXINGTON WATERWORKS Resident Syndicate Buys It For About Half a Million Lexington Ky Nov 5Locol cap italists who returned Friday night from Boston announce finally the purchase of the Lexington Hydraulic and Manufacturing Co by a resident syndicate of ten About half a miflioa dollars Is Involved In the deal Theo phllus Boston has been the largest ilder In the waterworks Klngt Its origin about 15 years Is understood that his holdings were bought for 210000 the deal being consummated Wednesday The syndicate also purchased about 300 shares of common stock from local parties The company Is capital ized at 400000 WILL DON SHORT SKIRTS Thirty Pretty Girls Are to Give a Benefit Performance Louisville Ky Nov 4Thlrty pret ty Louisville girls went on record Thursday for short skirts when It comes to stage costumes Tho girls aro to take part In The Daughter oC the Regiment to be given at Macau leys theater next Thursday evening for the benefit of the Confederate home There baa been much discus sion as to the length of the skirts to be worn Some wanted ankle dips while others Insisted that shorter ones would present a better stage effect and they would not appear in the longer ones They won when the question was put to a vote and skirts which will como just below dimples knees were ordered from a Cincin natl costumer DETERMINED TO VOTE Victor Bogart Came All the Way From Brussels to Register Lexington Ky Nov 4To preserve unbroken his record of having voted In every presidential election sinco naturalization Victor Bogart came from Brussels Belgium in tlmo to register Wednesday Ho had planned to return to Lexington In late Decem ber but hastened his coming In order to participate In the election lie has not decided for which presidential can didate ho will vote With Cincinnati Capital Mt Sterling Ky Nov 5The Rail way Line and Lumber Co with head quarters at Bcattyvlllo Lee county has been incorporated Doran Co of Cincinnati are the chief stockhold ers The company is capitalized at 50000 This company owns much valuable land In Eastern Kentucky A large mill with all tho latest machin ery will be erected and employment will be given to 50 men Valuable Horse Injured Lexington Ky Nov 4J B Hag gins Bath Hampton famous 13year old slro of Roe Hampton by Hampton and out of the Bat fell on smooth pavement In his stable and was sort ously injured Tho horso was rup tured and brain trouble is also feared as he struck his head McMichael Election Case Lexington Ky Nov 4Judse Watts Parker of the Fayette circuit court decided the McMichael election case by refusing to grant tho writ of mandamus to compel the officers oi registration to reopen tho books for the purpose of permitting the petitioner to register Resigned As Teacher Glasgow Ky Nov 4MI88 Edna Smith has resigned as a teacher tn the public school hero though no charges have been preferred against her It la alleged that she severely whipped Thomas Richardson son of J M Richardson a candidate for congress la this district Louisville Tobacco Market Ixjulsvlllo Ky Nov 4Thorowas no change in dark and burley values on the breaks Thursday Tho offor Ings were 80 hhds of which 41 hhda were burley and 39 hhds dark Dark lugs sold from 300 to 430 and leaf from 290 to 7 Burley ranged from 7 to 1925- Brained Him With a Plck Handle Lexington Ky Nov 4While at work in a stone quarry Thursday Hen ry Jackson a Negro slipped up behind William Higgins a white man and a colaborer and brained hIm wltb tho handle of a pick ax Higgins will die The Ncgto escaped The Son Confessed Lexington Ky Nov 5Charles Green 15 confessed that he assassin muted his father Milt Green by shoot Ing him through tho window while ho was eating supper at his home In Laurel county Young Green Is now In jail at London Protest Against Poolroom Louisville Ky Nov 5Owing to protests made by Fifth street bankers and brokers the swell poolroom which opened in Louisvilles financial center Wednesday closed Friday and will reopen two squares cast of the money changers Rural Delivery In Kentucky Washington Nov 5Rural free do livery service will bo established In Kentucky on December 1 as follows Sunrise Harrison county length of route 20 y miles population served 261 1 It THE CITIZEN m fHHMHHH +H 1IIIfF I I I r I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 Eastern Kentucky News F No corTMpondtnce published atlas tuned In fact by the writer The acme LLLLLLLL it not for publication Dot a an evidence of food filth Write plainly r ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Nov 7Two L and N freight trains collided sue mile north of Livingston on Crooked bridge Wed nesday morning about 5A M in which engineer Thomas Lnsloy mid hU Iranian E Meikel Iwth were killed They wore running extra mid had orders to meet at Livingston The northbound train hall no orders + extra Both en gines andfiielnll cnrs were smashed up Mr Meikel was taken to his home in Louisville for burial find Mr lAiehy was taken to Stanford Mr Moikel was a single man Mr LnBley leaves a family to mourn his lossMiss Mnry Gilford aged iii died Ht her homo in Livingston Wed nesday morning of typhoid fever and was buried hero in the family hairy ing ground Thursday tier two brothers and one sister also have fever11 J Mullins of Mnllins Station visited his sister Mrs Jer1 one Adams here SundayJ M Bnkor was in Mt Vernon between trains Sunday Callie Mullins of Mullins Station aged 21 while sitting before the fireplace fell into the flro sod was dangerously burned llenrt failure was the causeR- OCKFORD Nov 7 Wearo having line weath er but tOOl and very drBroBryant failed to fill his regular appointment Saturday but sent Bro Lfunbort in his place Sunday on ac count of a meeting he was holding at Cartersville This is the first time in about two urs he has failed to nIl his regularIIploilltmont at Scaffold Cane Brother Lambort 1 pronchcd very interesting sermon Miss Eliza McIntosh visited home folks hi Jackson County Saturday antlSuudayMr Chas Anderson visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Charlie Bullen visited Mr Linville Sunday evening Mattie McGuire and little Ruble Abnoy visited Mrs Parrio Stephen SaturdayMrs Sarah Stephen sold Isnac Martin a undo colt for 16 Cnrliu Linvillo was struck on the jaw by a pick but not seriously hurt MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Nov 7CharllS Gordon is quite 111 with indigestion at his homo in Ute Fifth VardJamos Simuel origimlly of Germantown but now of Detroit Michigan visited our city recently Mrs Maria Rudd royally i untortained the Bethel Sewing Circle Friday afternoon with a grandre lust Tho Sowing Circle elected the followingofficers for the ensuing your President Mrs Sallie Mar shall Vice President Mrs Nancy Stewart Secretary Miss Frances Stmwdor Corresponding Secretary 1 Miss Sadie Bell and Treasurer Miss Nannie VoolWe an glad to know that Mrs Maggie Forty who hits been ill for some time is able to be out again James undIInd Sam Robinson report that they are doing nicely in the State University at LouisvilleJACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK NOT 8Vehlivo have hlllII shower of rain and the dust is not so- badRow Koker closed a revival mooting Sunday at Wind Cave Ror G W VanWinklo who is touching in the Sparks district Miasud hero Saturday on his way to Boron Shelton Lamb and family have moved to Garrard County Mrs Turner Kelley who had been quite ill for souse time lied October llor remains were laid in Sqrironor cemetery the 30th She loaves a borouvod husband and a host of friends and kinsfolk to mourn her death Jasper Parsons ono of our prominent citizens hits just moved to Irvine Saturday the 12th will bo pay day for the teachers J E Sparkman says that ho hopes to have enough left to buy him a pair of shoos as it is coming winter Mrs Cox and daughter visited Mrs G M Parsons SundaySanfordehb visited the crank family Sunday on Station Camp There will bo a ohurch at this place Sunday Every body come out and hear Rev Parsons Bige Wilson spent a few days at ugursville last woolTho forest lonvos are looking brown and as the poot has said It is autumn autumn into It will soon be winter OWSLEY COUNTY J DOORWAY Nov 5The burning of the High land Bchoolhouso at this place lass Saturday morning by unknown pOI Bulls caused quite a sensation The houso rant five hundred dollars was freshly painted mud not insured Bad blood existing between two factions in the district is said to Iw the cause It was a terrible blow to 0 j the canso of education here Mr N F Ambrose was teaching an excel lent schoolwith good attendance hut now he is teaching in Brico Deans dwelling house with an at tendance of seventeen Isaac Hacker and N F Ambrose paid Booneville flying visit Monday Luther Wilson has dismissed school this week and is teaching for P M Frye whilo ho tells the voters of Owsloy County for whom to cast their votes There are only n limited number of oflico seekers in Owsloy County now There are only sixteen for Assessor ten for Jailor eight for Sheriff three for County Superintendent three for Judge three for Clork and two for Attorney We hole theywill all have ns much success as poasiblo Isaac Hacker has begun teaching in the new schoolhouse Unknown per sons threw Brico Deans fence down and turned his cattle anti nudes out They or others also shot one of his hogs CABBARD Nov u The newly erected Union church at White Oak was dedicated Sunday October 28 A large crowd was present Mrs Carter Bowman of Fish Creek visited her sister Mrs C 15 Gabbard last FridnyMr and Mrs P II Gabbards child died last Saturday night with whooping hlytlenlastat S A Gabbards school last Friday was a very pleasant occasion T P Gabbard a brother of Stephen had charge of it Stephen was assessing In the afternoon Hon H C Ever sole of London made an address which was apprecieted by all pre sent MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Nov SHe S M Watts preach at the church Sunday nightfirs Allena Rico left for Cincinnati Sun flDJellico Tenn conducting n series of meetings They report a glorious success All the Peytontown males over twentyone years old met near the grocery Sunday morning and voted for Roosevelt Wo are laving a water famine Most all the springs are dry and ponds very lowQuito a number attended county court in Richmond boudnybrs Eliza Chambers was celled to tho sick bed of her sister in Lexington lust week Mrs Bettie Warner who has boon in Cincinnati several weeks returned homo last week BARE KNOB Nov OLittlo Helen Bicknell is better at this writing Farmers havo all begun gathering their corn and hoeing their potatoes Mrs Hullie Malicoat of Red Lick is visiting tier sister Mrs A C Hart George Lambert has gone to Texas visiting with sons of his old school friends and contemplates returning homo by way of St Louis Sherman linker visited Henry Bicknell Sunday Pleasant news is heard from John Bicknellwho is in Hamilton 0 which says he intends to visit his parents and sew old Berea again Christmas There is talk around in corners and nooks again of a wedding in this vicinity and sonic of the boys and girls had letter lookout you will get leftB L Richardson has a nice stock of new goods on hand at present and asks you very kindly to stop and get your Camilshtx10ne of thin oldest lest timid most sincere of our friends passed away November H whichwas Grandma Hart She left a number of children and a host of friends to mourn her absence The funeral was held at her home place on Sunday at 200 Bro Noel conducted the funeral services Her remains were taken to Berea cemetery for burial CLAY COUNTY CHESTNUTBURG Nov 979te citizens of this place are very busy gathering cornMiss Lizzie Chestnut has just returned front a two weeks visit to her sister KyThomasBurning Springs Dr R G Webb of Bright Shade was tho guest of Edison Chestnut and family Satur day and SiindaySusio L McLondon havingfineChestnut attended court at Manches ter Monday There will soon Ixi a stave mill in our midst as the com pany has bought a large lxundury of timber Miss Susio L McLendon and Lizzie Chestnut went to Mnlcorn last week on legal business Robt Clark is having his now residence painted George WOOl Iwho last election shot T J Rawlings was tried this week Tho jury fined him jailHurrahand Fairbanks t 1 Our Popular Scholarship Contest i The time will soon bo hero when tho final hustling for first place lwi gins It has been intimated that in tho Just few slays there will le nlllll1 surprises due to tho hoarding of ballots for this fled sprint In has come definitely to our knowledge that some of those in second place hold secretly moro than enough to put thom in first place To those now in the lead we would say Dont for a moment cease work Keep at it UH though you were a tailendorl Lee County Mary Fader 1200 Combs 050- Floyd Lucas 500 H McGuiro 400 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie Hays 1501 Claude Dolauun1220Val- haco Adams 7W Tommie linker 375 Maggie Lowen 375 Pearl Gay 315 Clay County Susie Sparks l 50 Ida Bongo 1010 W M Rico1100b-I M Robinson 1200 T E Burch UW Chas Combs 500 G J Jarvis 500 Mary Collins 400 Owslev County Nora Vilson850Sno-wden Reynolds 001 Garfield Campbell150M- ary Ray 451 Flora Peudergrass 201 Bnrgoyno Bother 110 NettioTrendway 116 BJ Peudergrass 101 Jeanette Ga hard 100 BRIGHT SHADE Nov tIt M Greer who has been very low with fewer is improving fast Matt Smith and W D Smith returned from Middlcsboro Sunday and reported good time Andrew Manning and wife visited her parents at Pineville Saturday and SundayCorn gathering is the go here Antony Mills of Knox County died Sunday morning wit- hfeverThere are several cases of fever in this locality Harrison Mills of this place canes very near getting killed in a sawmill the other dayAndrew Miming and W D Smith had gone to Manchester this week OH business Tho little child of Nelson Smith is almost well Clark Smith of this place has just returned from Tennessee Emma Smith is visiting her father in Knox County Jeffersonville Ind Now 0Miss Florence Jones of this city will go to Grayville after tho 20th of DeceinlxT to visit her sister Mrs John Welsh Mrs Will Sims has returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Anville Cope of near Rockford Ky Jeffer sonville hilt Sl- urConsumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionH Eat plentyof porkas the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination- of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request tic run lint tlih pltlurt In Ih1lIu of a Llul it en the wtapne d cvrry will of KinulMon ytw bur SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5oc and Ji all Jrugglits Rockcastla County Rachel Hibberd 500 E B Thompson roo John McForron 4X Fannie McClure 100 Mollie Carter 110 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrdu clIarguo1Jackson County W L Rugby 2500 Susie Watson 1200 Laura hhatfleld1050Sa- muel Davis 000 Lizzie Wilson 350 Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons ioo May Sparkman 300 C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estlll County Katie Moorcn 973 Ambrose Wilson 878 Gurnett Powell t00 Thedu Nolund OO Nora McGee tOO J H Richardson to to to 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Alunibuugh 200 Robert L Coyle 102 Martha Logsdon 101 Snllie Vilson 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwell to 100 An Aolrn l Story Por Little Polka- The I Mice Who Would Be frogs Mr Bullfrog sat suaulns himself on tbe baulk of tlio pond and willing bis throat to get U in good shape for the evening concert at Lily Pntl Opera Houel- hree young Geld mice came saunter Ing by looking for Kramboppors They soon iplod Mr Bullfrog and were much attracted by the funny wiggle In his green throat I wish I could do that said No 1 Easy enough grunted Mr Dull frog Yes but we bavsnt tbe kind of throat sold No 2 Its all In practice commented Mr Frog All In practice I assure you FATHEB AND MOTUEB PULLED IIIU OUT Practice my dear young mice makes perfect Sell l I do this every duy for ten hours Whew gasped No3 1 dont think Its worth while Id rather be- n frog out and out and swim around In the cool pond Its to hot out here in the fields Bow do you learn to swim Is that lust practice toot Purely so said Mr Frog drawing himself up proudly Purely so Just jump In like this then strike out like this and then like tbls and In a few months you will find that your hair will como off Your feet will become webbed like mine and your mouths will stretch your tails will drop out as mine did for I laud a tall once and you will become frogs But my dears remember Its practice practice practice Practice will change anything In to anything Thank yon said they In chorus we will try It at once Oft they set to tbe barn where the drinking trough stood Hero goes for a frog said one and standing on the edge be plunged- In Oht Ohl Obi Help help be squealed piteously Im drowning I cant practice cause I cant get my breath Mother Father Helps Just then mother and father came by and pulled him out dripping Silly thing scolded his mother to try to be what you contSt Louis PostDispatch Weariness O little feet that such long years Must wander on through hope and feara Must ache und Deed beneath your load I nearer to tho wayside Inn Where toU shall cease and rest begin Am weary thinking ft your road 1 Carriage Satisfaction Here I Traps Useful hotlyfinishcarriages invariably give luauN0VWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Blame No One But Yourself If You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do Is give advice Of course thats easy hut our advice li really worth a little more to you than mot people for we offer to glvo you the ant tattle of our medicine free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an otterI on the wrong kind of niedtolne would put a merchant prince In the poor hues- Dr Mlles Nervine however a years of experience have proved Is a medi tine that cures the sick Those whom It cannot benefit less than one In ten thousand we prefer to refund their money All we uk of you Is to try Dr MU Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you cutter from aleeple ness nervous exhaustion dlulneu headache mus cute twitching melancholy Ion of memory weak stomach poor bleed bilious troubles epilepsy fit Vltu Dance etc we wlU guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we were COfl1PflI to take him out of school After several physicians had tailed to relieve him we rave Dr allies Nervine a trial Ten fnontha treatment with Nervine and perfCtheallhUtDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREEWrite us and we will mn free Trial Parks of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pllli the New Bclentmo Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom manic for our Specialist to diagnose your and ten you what II and how to right It Absolutely fire- ddras DR LUII MEDICAL CO LAB011ATO1UK3 KLKUAUT IKU Buggies CARRIAGE bought th- eMeat Shop Known Bros Special Wagons wagons bjA SETTLE 1Hl1t IIIII I IH lHlal I25 Percent Off For the days the Celebrat White Mountain Refrigerators Largo select 1 Ilichmoml 111111 I 1 111 I HEALTHf Loose without Tbedfords Draught have used It In family for over years with best of I have had a doctor In that length of time It I a In Itself and alwiri ready to make a person well and happyJAMES BALL Iii- Decauso great medicine relieves stomach pains frees tho constipated bowels invigor ates the torpid liver sad weak ened kidneys nO DOCTOR Is necessary in tho where IskeptphIIclanforbears medicine as lhedfonlDlack Leadacbeediarr6ma alimentbecauseliver and kidneys no nearly con trol the health THEDFORDS DLA1tRAOGDT 1 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