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HIzI1I I II I+ itIt1 I1Ii BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager + rafrd of lite 101111 Itrrrn By udHAM mail matter IH+HIrIIHI+HI+II+IIr IIIDEAS oiiorgy io which in Wo often iiiuliiro much trouble ruthor than tllko a little If evil must cotno fnco It Wrcutlo with nil your might niul you will not ho thrown clown- Roforming tho world in like rolling u wheel up hill Stop rolling ami down coinoH tho whuolIMost of tho work which in done to carry tho world forward in required to provost it from going backward Mon Boast etli with dovlln abound Ardunt spirits art tho worst kindof twit spirits lid tho ImrdoHt to drive out Moral progress is tho highest and hnrduHt work of man Tho path of life IK sloop and runs along till t of a pnKilplcu but tho higher well dinIIN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Southern Emigration Sooioty hen brought out tho fnot that In Hovoral places through tho South waits nl orurnaro Iwing brought Unto virtual Hlavnry an 901110 of the blRoks haws Intnl Thin old slaveholding Hpirit dins hanl jn the South and whilo it lingers it must hinder pro gress Tbti nine who works whether white or blank must IMI a free man with all the rights and chances of ItI tuna Tim rormorStnto 001l1l1Iolnl Con vention IH now onlled tho Kentucky State Devolopinont Convention and will moot in Louisville on October 10 1 J and 12 This b n move In tho rht direction An intorunting and profitable meolng is expected Senator Fomiiers Bjxsooh in thu opouing of the Ohio aninpftign is regarded as fortwlmilovving + u defeat uf Jnmlduut Kooevrelta railroad rate legislation attito next Moatoii of tho Senate Director of the Mint RobwtB anti iiMtuH an lucronso ol 1000000 in noM jMPoduolion in lite your 1 roll ever the jirevknw year lIe t II the itioruHae of silver at L480000 tHIIKXM Wo have long boOll B- Oqiiaiiitvtl with the foot of the dojtra oiatiuti of silver from overpnxlnation It only ho found ilthoInllSotlt ratio of mortise keeps over pruduotioM of gold te jKx lblo It looks now A though the 10B of the owners of private our lines would soon bo over liven oho roil roada and their rtirt utttniires 1111 Congress scorn inclined to nacriflao tilt private oar linen perhaps with tho idea of tlitm diotrocting nttuutioii from tlionmiltdH At any roto stioh notion will be a groat relief to fruit growers and otliura using rofrigornt ing earn all oar the country Tho Indian Territory oonftilultou al convention has completed Its work A coiiHtitution Imftbeenfmmudwhioli will in a short thno be submitted to tit people fur adoption Tho name Scqiioiali has boon adopted for tho pruHH clivo now state Applioation will IM made io Cougrtws at tho coming setwion for adiuiiwiou WI6 HtatoJCuntugkys first practical dumons trillion lrnn which is to fnrnjsh furmbniA tie latest scientific tlis cowrtpH in the growth of nifalfqand corn Htnrltxl for tin day of this week Prof P C HoWon of Amen In who in ono your In creased the production of corn in his dale ton million bnshulR is on ihp train liiohmond was the nearest stop to Boron and n largo crowd was present It scorns as though more stops phould have boon planned for cnl1lnaillotakes to make a crop among tho nioiintuiim FROM THE WIDE WORLD Viiiozuolii ia now in trouble with Franco Franco has asked Uncle SamH Mrmission to give tho little man n whipping Norway and Sweden immure como to an agreement Questions under dis Auto hereafter are to bo referred to arbitration and Norways frontier fortresses are to be dismantled Both nations deserve credit for their good sense timid moderation Norway hotter call an American to lx its king Alfonso Spains boy king is MarryPrincesnof King Edward She in hardly to bo congratulated Tho Powers who guaranteed the conditions of tho TtirkoQrecian treaty have just declared their do cision to assume control of the tin nacres of Macedonia It in reported that tho boycott of American goods in China has been declared oft TilE CITIZEN IIiUNCLE SAM TO POUTO RICO AND TO THINK THAT BAD DOT CAME NEAR BEINO YOUR BROTHER TURMOIL IN CUBA Liberal Lenders Will Ask tho United States to Take Charge- of the Election CLAIMED PALMA VIOLATES LAW The SnjiiKwil Author of the Outrage on the Shield of the American Consulate Arrostwl Autopsy of the Chief of Polloe Killed Last Friday at Clenfuegot Shows That the Bullets Entered By the 6Aok- llhaldalttetb tad tt LAtonl par q rtl t fWis t tr0ebla at tiw I ilMtttal Atoetion IM Dsaber are pre pttrtnic to e5d a eommliiM to WuII iMRtofi to oak the Itnlud States to tat rv5e anti ftmraatM that tJae etoc tkHU will be profwHy cxHiductwl The Ubvrala hope to secure tetrventba before the regular pnShIe It al tee en In Dpremtw Tfct Lute In Hess of an editorial pHbttabM n letter saied ky a lUtwMl wiator who Bays the overnmeat baa put ItMlf mtald the taw In order to IwaloHK 1U own exlutona OotiKttti ttonal IIJlfuntees have been fHp uraBMd tho rigMa of ciUiani ralutle upon and the people deonred unfit for a tree life Justice has been submitted to the sovwnnwntH eaprico and the sotd of the courts bar been die tated by the executive which manlpu talM the public force to perpetuate IU own axlttenoe Other n wapa pore however com ment upon the situation with mod om Uon amid oenrUsoe Col Ferrara Arrested Clfl KorrtTfa wiorwnrr tn Gen GC mOl llliorol candidate for president has been arreated for sedition This IB the sixth charge nmilns ht 1 WanhltiKtAn Sept af+Sfr Qiiada the Qghan minister roo 0 fol Kjwliig ftdrloeB from On M p6UcolciIIedthat the bullets entered by Uift hack anti the revolver of the ohlef hod Ml bullets troth facts prove be did not dro and that ho was attacked without having a chance to defend hlmaolf The supposed author of tho outrnRO 10Q the shield qf the American consul ate at ClenfuogoH has boon arrested Tho confirmation that the elections moderIBcciirltlce on tho stock exchange at Havana soroo as much as 10 points WATCHMAN FAtALLY SHOT Fred WLonp a LoveSick Youth Is Under Arrest Philadelphia Sept 27 Samuel Barr 06 n watchman at tho Pennsylvania hospital for the menus In West Phlla d lphta was shot four times and perhaps fatally wounded while attempting to eject a roan who Is said to have head no right In the Institution Fred W long Bfred 21 la under arrest charged with having fired tho shots Long according to ho police confess ed tho orlmo and said that ho had gone to the Institution with oho Inten tion of committing suicide In case ha should fall to persuade a young worn an attendant at the hospital to recon sider her refusal to marry him Death of Mrs Mary E Farwell Chicago Sept 27Mrs Mary E Fnrwoll widow of tho Into United States Senator Charlos D Fanvoll died of pneumonia at hor rosldouco In the suburb of Lako Forest Mrs Far well was born In WilUamstown Mass tn 1825 ONE MAN DROWNED Steamer Bayport Ran Down the Schooner Job H JJcklOnI Newport Newt Vo SItlII 27 jThe- atattrer tfeyport outwanl bound for tWIt port tor Hfyman with coal ran down AN sank three inaatml schooner n Jaefctou from New York for NorfoHt In Cbeeenrnke Bay Charles JbbnaUe a Norweirlan of the Jack too crew wlra WM at the wliMl whop the collision occurred wm wMiied overboard and drowned cued the mute T J hobbies bud his right arm bro kenAfter the collision the Bajtoort1 boat ravelled Capt WllUantenn Mate Robbins and fear others and brought them here After roscMlng the men Ute MamxHt dropped HiMihoi near Cape HMIIT sad a sebteaer fitpetal to b Ibe Ann J Trainer Inward bound fOni New York for Norfolk ran down itilR Itairport badly damaging her MI- ClllHaer had her fore its 4eg W4Iaway bet lbo lojHriae to her hun nre not known After the collision the Trainee proceeded to Norfolk No one on either ship was laJHrsd THE YELLOW FEVER ThlrtyOnc New Cases and Five Death at New Orleans New OrleaM Sept 27 Yellow fe ver report to 6 p in Tiieexlay New calls 81 total to dnle ISlIP deaths 5 otnl to date all now fool 7UII der treatment JS6 sties dlsoJinrgoil 2S38 Though the deaths were mtffo nu morons Umn since Saturday the rover tllHatkifl TveMlay wits regarded as fibdAtng uwtiieUk hle atgns of Itn pmveme t News from Port Gibson Miss Tues day wan to the effect that the discov ery of two genuine oases thore had re silted In something nf a panic The country IJOitJU meager and InftlQtonTlJe1 jlftnth InttBWon C new cases ilnnUla J daolli luiclis 1 now once a Ui11fI4I I new capes T iUnlah 5 rjttw CAMS + rTYPHOON SWEPT1WANILA4 Ten Natives Were ftlllfd and 1000 Residents Homeless Manlln Sept 27A typhoon swept over this city Tuesday The storm- sated threo hours and nt 2 p m the wlml Cttalned a velocity of 105 mtlos an hour The property damage Is estimated nt = 500000 Ton nativos wore klllod and 1000 rondorod homeless Time botanical gardens and tim telo phono system were wrecked Slight lanmge was dono to the United States qunrternmsters store house and tho City was thrown Into darkness Tho WORt her was clear Wodnosday I and the clearing of wreckage was pro deeding JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Representative Men of Cleveland Call ed Upon the 011 king Cleveland 0 Sept 27 Sovoral hun Bred rffpresontnttve men of Cleveland Balled upon John D Rockefeller at his home lu Forest 11111 and through An drove Squire a prominent attorney and U R Holclon proprietor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer expressed to Mr Rockefeller their esteem for him as a citizen and as a great business mina Tho gathering Included mer chants lawyers clergymen educators and mw In humbler walks of Ufo A Large Order For Flour Seattle Wash Sept 27An order for 180000 barrels of lour to be do livered Immediately has been placed with a local flour mill by Vladivostok tour merchants This Is the largest aJnglo order over placed on tho Pa cIlia coast Dr W G BES11 t Once over Post Office DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner C F Hanson LICGNSFD EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B IL Robinson All calls promptly attended tonight and day- Tolephone No I Busy Ivy v W M Tankersley W CLOCKSISatlsfnction guaranteed Upstairs over Gnbbard Hills store Main st- BERICA KY FOR SALE House Lot in Berea Lot five rods by eight rods and twenty links Good tones About One doten fruit and shade trees Kojwl basso six rooms all coiled Good well Small barn two stalls ami loft Joining lot to District School for whites and in halt a mile of he College yrice low Terms ronfionable Oil f J P BICKNGLL BBREA alto W D SMITH Lwk Box N Brunswick Nebr GREAT CENTRAL C II AnIere MwquHUrC C A L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New to TOLEDOAND DETROITTiiiioriiii CARS TO Charlevolx Petoskey Bay View Wequetonslng Harbor Springs Cheap Homoseekors rates to points in tho West and South Inquire of portlolllllrsD G EDWARDS P TM Cincinnati Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There are Men main features of heart disease vis 1 Weakness or Debility S niieumatlem or Neuralgia 3 Valvulur Disorder 4 Dilation 5 RnUrgement 6 Fatty D Bontra lion 1 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of soeeliwl ineuroblts have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New llirt Cure Patients often have no Idea their dls easo Is heart trouble but neebo It to Indigestion Liver Complaint eta Here are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exerwtee Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Painting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet nj l Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips lalplll1t1on- NIchlmarc Irregular Pulse- I have great faith In Dr Miles New Heart of Us merits whenever opportunity preaentii 1 enD now and down stairs with ease hardywalkam still In good health the Heart Cure did BO much for me that I find It a far greater medicine then you dammed It to beS D TOTNO D D 697 North Pine St Natchez Miss Money bark If first bottle falls to benefit FREEWrite MS and we will mall I Free Trlxl Package of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what la wrong end how to right it Absolutely Free- Address Tin MILI a MEDICAL CO LADO ATOlUES ELK11AflT IND HHHIHHrlllH+HIH A Family Newspaper Eight Pagesl eeee t + eee4I 1 hQ4I keealt twi lrJa a1 I I I 1 srteraCAPITAI aSURPLUS uooo r J1tmc Sept 14 05 BANKING IS LARGELY a matter of confidonce It will help you and help us to become acquainted We invite you to call at any time You may eic pect ua to talk business We want to assist you in your inclination to epend lese money by cutting off 1 unn 1 tingsaccountI ca hlerfA t OoJ+O 1MIIYoure Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you may inspect the r KentuckyCOMATNLOOKEXAMl1ECOMPARE goods are oil for sale we adrertiee and encourage homo buying and we dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To mako SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading a- tWELCftSI 1 oooooooooooeoooooooooooodo0o J o i Pall Suits 1- o 0 t r i 10125015-o io- o a 0 There is a neat handsome character to our Fall 0 Clothing that appeals to everyman who examines it o Yet with it all the showing of suits at the popular 0- i prices meets the wishes of the most economical men Nowhere else can such style and character be secured 0- i in Mens and Boys Suits at our prices ii Prjoper selection and right buying bring to puss ithese low prices for the best and1atetrstyles the o- o season affords Come in and bo Convinced I 0 0 0- o 0 I The New Cash Store I o o C C RHODUS Proprietor e 0 0- gooooeooooecooooooeooooooooeool A FOURLEAVEO CLOVER lie was only a oprlc of clover But he raised his head with pride Ai he looked his comrades over- Growing on every side He had come with the birds In springtime IVhen the snow had loft the ground A wee little lonesome stranger When he nrst had looked around Rut day by day he had strengthened As the sun shone glad and strong His leaves had widened and lengthened As he sang his little song Im only a fourleaved clover Down In the meadow green They hunt for me all over And theyre lucky when Im seen And people passed before him hut so quiet and still lay ho That they never dreamed they were oer him V lien near as near could been he grew by the side of the daisy Close to the busy feet Why the rascal seemed to be easy Compared with the rustling wheat But there came his day of duty For a maiden passed that way And her sharp oyes spied the beauty As she heard him softly say Im only a fourleaved clover Down In the meadow green They hunt for me all over And theyre lucky when Im seen Then she picked the little treasure And carried him safe away With a gentle thrill of pleasure Upon that summer day And now hes a dry little fellow Put away to a book on the shelf No longer so green and so mellow But a brown straight stiff little elf In all of his usefulness over Since hes left the green meadow below Just you put your ear to the otover And youll hear him whispering low Im only a fourleaved clover Once from the meadow green They hunted for me all over And theyre lucky now Im seen Rev Thornton B PenAeld Ph D In N y Observer Dri and I By IRVING BACHELLEB Author of Ebao HoldejDarrel of the Blessed isles Etc I0 pn1lht lP01 bj Let rQP rubllihlne Company CHAPTER VIII COSJTIXCED They will never sting she would say It one does not declare war To strike to make any quick motion It gives them anger Then mon cher ami It Is terrible They cause you to barn to ache to make a great nolso and even to lie down upon the ground It people come to see me if I get a new servant I say Make to them no attention and they will not harm you In the house I have seen her catch np by the wings on a window and holding It carefully ask me to watch licr captive sometimes a great dare dell hornet llonmaned as he lay 6abbing with his poisondagger Now said she he is angry he ill remember If I release him he will sting me when I come near him again So I do not permit him to- livei kill him Then she would Impale him and in site me to look at him with the ml croscope One day the baroness went sway to town with the young ladles I was lulte alone with the servants Father Joulin of the chateau came over and sat awhile with me and told me how he had escaped the Parisian mob a night In the Reign of Terror Late In the afternoon I walked awhile in the grove with him When he left I went slow ly down the trail over which I had ridden My strength was coming fast 1 felt like an Idle man shirking the saddle when I should be serving my country I must to my horse and make nn end to dallying With thoughts like these for company I went farther than I Intended Returning over the husky trail I suddenly came upon Loulson She was neatly gowned in pink and white Le dlable said she You surprise me I thought you went another wayOr you would have not have taken this one I said Of course not said she One docs not wish to find men if she Is hunting forfor she hesitated a moment blushing mon Dleul for bears sho addedI then as her beautiful eyes looked up at me smiling that she was Incomparable that I loved her above all othersi felt sure of It And why do you hunt bears I in quiredI not know I think it is be cause they are soso beautiful so amiable she answered And such good companions Yes they never embarrass you she went on You never feel at loss for a word I fear you do not know bears Dleu better than men Volla she exclaimed touching me with the end of her parasol You arc not so terrible I do not think you would bite No I hare never bitten anything butbut bread and doughnuts or something of that sort Come I desire to intimidate you Von t you please be afraid of mAT In deed I can be very terrible See I have sharp teeth She turned with a playful growl and parting her crimson lips showed them to mywhite and shapely and as oven as If they had been wrought of ivcry She knew they were beautiful the vixen You terrify roe I havo a mind to run I said backing off Please do tot run she answered quickly I should be afraid tiat that = She hesitated a moment stirring the moss with one dainty foot That you might not return she added smiling as she looked at me Thenthen perhaps It will do as well if I climb a tree No no I wish to talk with you Mamsello you honor me I said And dishonor myself I presume with so much boldness she went on It Is only that I have something to say and you know when a woman has something toto say It is a fool that docs not listen If she be as fair as you I put In You arc well I shall not say what I think of you for fearfor fear of giving offense said she blushing as sho spoke Do you like the life of a soldierVery much and especially when I am wounded with such excellent tare and company But your sideIt was horribly torn I did feel very sorryIndeed I did You will go again to the war Unlessunless Ah yes mam selle I shall go again to the war I stammered going to the brink of con fession only to back away from it as the blood came hot to my cheeks She broke a tiny bough and began stripping its leaves Tell me do you love the baroness she inquired as she whipped a sway ing bush of brier The question amazed me I laughed nervouslyI I admire the good wo man she would make an excellent mother was my answer Well spoken sho said clapping her hands I thought you were a fool I did not know whether you were to blame oror the Creator Or the baroness I added laughing Well said she with a pretty shrug is there not a man for every wo man The baroness thinks she Is ir resistible She has money She would like to buy you for a playthingto marry you But I say beware She Is more terrible than the keeper of the Basilic And OUou are too youngMy dear girl said I In a voice of pleading It Is terrible Save mel Save me I pray you Pooh I do not carewith a gesture of Indifference I am trying to save myself that Is alt From what- Another relative Parbleu I have enough She stamped her foot im patiently as she spoke I should be I WENT AWAY THEN FOR A WALK AND STROLLED INTO TilE NORTH TRAIL very terrible to you I should say the meanest things I should call you grandpapa and give you a new cane every Christmas And if you gave me also a smile I should be content More than ones I was near declaring myself that day but I had a mighty fear she was play Ing with me and I held my tongue There was an odd light in her eyes I knew not then what it meant You are easily satisfied was her answerI to leave soon I said May I not see you hero tomorow Alas I do not think you can wu her answer And why noU Bccaure it would not be proper said she smiling as she looked up at meNot proper I should like to know whyIt would make me break another en gagement she went on laughing I am to go with tho baroness to meet the count If he comesshe has com manded The day after In the morn Ing at 10 oclock by the cascadewill that dot Good I must leave you now I must not return with you Remember she commanded point Ing at me with her tapered forefinger Rememberl0 oclock in the morn ingThen she took a bypath and went out of sight I returned to tho man sion as deep In love as a man could be I went to sinner with the rest that evening Loulson came In after we were all seated You were late my dear said the baronessYes I went away walking and lost something and was not able to find it again CHAPTER IX Next morning the baroness went away In her glittering calcche with Loulson Each shining spoke and garden turret flashed tho sunlight back at mo as I looked after them at the edge of tho wood The baroness had Asked mo to go with her but I thought the journey too long Louise came out and sat by me awhile II lay la the hammock She was all fa white A trifle taller and a bit moro slender titan her sister I have sometimes thought her beauty was statelier also and more statuesque The sight of her seemed to klndlo In mo the spirit of old chivalry I would have fought and died for her with my best lanco and plume In all my life I had not seen a woman of sweeter graces of speech and manner and In truth I have met some of the best born of her BOX She had callers presentlythe Sleur Michel and his daughter I went away then for a walk and after a time strolled Into tho north trail Crossing a mossy glade In a circle of fragrant cedar I sat down to rest The sound of falling water came to my car through thickets of hazel and shad berry Suddenly I heard a tweet voice singing a lovesong of Provence tho same voice the same song I had heard the day I came half fainting on my horse Somebody was coming near In a moment I saw Louise before me What mamsolle I said alone In the woods Not so said she I know you were heresomewhere and and well I thought you might be lonely You are a good angel I said always trying to make others happy Eh bien said she sitting beside me I was lonely myself I cannot read or study I have neglected m lessons I have insulted the tutor threw my book at him and walked away for he sputtered at me I do not know what is the matter I know I am very wicked Perhapi ah me perhaps it Is thednvllMamsello It Is appalling I said You may have injured tho poor man You must be very bad Let me see your palm I held her dainty fingers In mine that were still hard and brown peer ing Into the pink hollow of her hand She looked up curiously- A quick temper and a heart of gold I said If the devil has It he Is lucky and well I should like to be In his confidence Ah msleur said she seriously a little tremor on her lips I have much trouble you do not know I have to fight with myself You have then a formidable ene my I answered But I am not quarrelsome said she thoughtfully I am only weary of the lIfo here I should like to go away and be of some use in the world I suppose it is wicked for my papa wishes me to stay And bah it is a prison a Hopltal de Salpetrlero Mamselle I exclaimed If you talk like that I shall take you on my horse and fly with you I shall come as your knight as your deliverer some dayAlas said she with a sigh you would find me very heavy One has nothing to do here but grow lasy nnd deltatIf with her sister had not made It Impossible and absurd I should have offered my heart to this fair young lady then and there Now I could not make it seem the part of honor and decency 1 could not help adoring her simplicity her frankness her beautiful form and face It Is no prison for me I sId I do not long for deliverance I cannot tell you how happy I have been to stay how unhappy I shall be to leave Captain she said quickly you are not strong you are no soldier yet Yea I must be off to the wars And that suggests an Idea said she thoughtfully her chin upon her handWhich Is That wealth Is my ill fortune she went on with a sigh Men and women are lighting and tolling and bleed- Ing to make the world better and I I am just a lady fussing primping peering into a looking glass I should like to do something but they think I am too goodtoo holy But it Is a hard businessthe labors and quarrels of the great world I suggestedWellit Is Gods business she continued And am I not one of his children and wist ye not that I must 4 e about my Fathers business It was not too good for the man who said that But what would you dor I do not know I suppose I can do nothing becausealas I because my father has bought my obedience with a million francs Do you not see that I am In bondage Be patient the life of a rich de moiselle is not barren of opportunity To be gayoh one might as well boa peacock to say pretty things one might better be a well trained parrot to grace the court or the salon I had as soon be a statue In the corner It has more comfort more security to be admired to hear fine compliments well you know that is the part of a pet poodle I sy captain to be happy one must be free to do I looked Into her big eyes that wero full of their new discovery I should like to be among the wounded soldiers said she her face brightening It did make me very happy to sit by your bedside and do for you Thero was a very tender look In her eyes then She started to rise A brier stirring In the breeze had fallen across her hair She let me loose the thorns and doing so I kissed her forehead I could not help It Msleur she exclaimed In a whis per Then sho turned quickly away andstood tearing a leaf in her fingers Forgive me I pleaded for I saw that she was crying It was the impulse of a moment Pray forgive mel She stood motionless and made no answer I never felt such a stir in me for I had a fear a terrible fear that I hai lost what I might never have againIt was honorable admiration I continued rising rn my ran height b side her Tell me mamselle bars I hurt you No said she In a voice that trem bled I am thinking I am thinking of somebody else Tho words spoken so slowly so sweetly seemed nevertheless to n- at me Of somebody else Wfcom could she mean Had her slater told herT Did she know of my meeting with Loulson 7 I was about to confess how deeply how tenderly I loved her I had spoken tho first word when toll thought flashed upon me and I halted I could not go on Mamselle I said IIit it Is I of whom you are thinking give ma 6nly your pity and I can l s content Sometime perhaps I may deserve more It I can bo of any service to you send for me command me You shall see that I am not ungrateful Ah mamselle I continued as I stood to my full height and felt a mighty uplift In my heart that seemed to toss the words out of me I have a strong arm and a good sword and the love of honor and fair women She wiped her eyes and turned and looked Up at me I was no longer aa sick soldier- It is like a beautiful story sht said thoughtfully and you you are like a knight of old Wo must go homo It Is long past luncheon hour WI must hurry She gave me her arm up tre hill and we walked without spoakUg HI am very well today I remarked as we same to the road If you will will wait here until I get to the big birch I shall go around to are it I can beat you to the door It la not necessary said she emit ing and nnd msleur I am not ashamed of you or of what I have doneThe baroness and Loulson hart not yet returned M Pidgeon was at luncheon with us in tho big illnwg room and had much to say of the mighty Napoleon and the coalltfoa he was then Cghtlng The great monsieur stayed through the afternoon as the baroness had planned a big houseparty for the night in celebration of the counts return My best clothes had como by mesi m gr from the Harbor nnd I could put myself in good fettle The baroqen and the count and Loulson came early and we sat long together under the treesThe dinner was at seven There were more than a dozen guests among whom were a number I had seen at the chateau Mr David Parish of Ogdens burg who arlved late In a big two- wheel cart drawn by four horses that came galloping to the door and Gen Wilkinson our new commander In the north a stout smoothface man who came with Mr Pariah Ia citizens dreg To He Continued Why One Brother Remained OuUldU William E Mason who recently returned from an eastern trip Is telling a story about two country merchants he met during his travels The nun were brothers well along In years and among the most prosperous citi zens of their county One of the broth ers was moved not long ago to boilers that he should join the church Neither had ever paid attention to religious affairs but a stirring evangelist had finally aroused the elder man to feel that the church was where he belonged Ho endeavored to persud hU brother to join the church with him but whenever the subject was men tioned the brother always waived the subject and would not discuss the mat ter Finally the elder brother said one day John why dont you Jola the church if I do Well Dill I might as well tell you You go ahead and join the church but If I join It too whos going to weigh the wool Chicago Chronicle Canned While Man Burton Holmes the lecturer says that the Indians of Alaska regard white men and canned goods as eo closely associated that they are nearly synonymous Wherever the white mat la seen canned meats fruits and veg etables are found When Mr Holmes visited Alaska recently be carried with him a phonograph and It was ex hlblted to an old chief who never had seen a talking machine before When the machine was started and the sound of human voice came from the trumpet the Indian was very much in terested Ho listened gravely for a time then approached and peered In to the trumpet When the machine finished Its cylinder and stopped the Indian pointed at It and remarked Huh Him canned white man N Y Sunday Telegraph Powerful Thatll be a powerful machine1 said a native of the north of Scotland to a motorist the other day Yes its a splendid car replied the owner proudly- I suppose a car like that will be nearly 100 horsepower suggested thecountrymanOh the motorist modest ly it is only ten horse A hundred horsepower car would be muck largerI going by size the Highlander dryly explained I was going by the smell of ttLondon Chronicle Hadnt Forgotten It For years I have suffered in a lence remarked Peckham at the dla ner table the other evening but yoa should remember the old saying that even the worm will turn Huh sneered Mrs Peckham 1 hope you dont call yourself a worm do youPossibly not replied the theoretI- cal head of the combine yet on the day of our marriage I havo a distinct recollection of hearing some one r fe to you as the early bird ClnclaiM Enquirer BUILDS SCENIC RAILWAY David Seattle 13 Years Old of St Louis Displays Remarkable Inventive Genius David Boattlo Is Just a natural born inventor declared a score of Webster Groves boys who were enthusiastic In their praise of their playmates talent David who is 13 years old is the son of William J Bcattlo No 429 Maplo av enue Webster Groves a suburb of St Louis Ho has built a scenic railway 200 feet long at his fathers homo and by virtue of this railway tho boys of Webster Groves declare they have the larger scenic railways beaten David Is a manly lad small for his age but with a quick and welldeveloped brain and a fertile imagination Last summer says the St Louis Republic he spent all of his spare time atI SCENIC RAILWAY IN OnCOATION the worlds fair and most of that time was spent In the Machinery hall tho Palaee of Blectrtelty Transportation building and on the scenic railway He spent most of his dimes for rider on the scenic railway and while riding he evolved the plan of building a scoaks railway of his own He selected a location on the Hide lawn which has considerable lope thus taking advantage of the natural eravita lion Then with the asetttanee of his two cousins he dug post bole In two rows for 200 feetIInto these holes fie put posts the Ant set standing ten feet above the ground the next set a little lower and to on un til the poets extend only about three feet above the ground Then they begin to ascend until they roach the ten foot mark and then to descend Two parallel beams are plated upon the tope of the poets and Use are then nailed to the beams Two parallel strips of woither boards ferm the rails I built the railway out of an old fence explained the young Inventor I was going to build a loop so we could turn the ear and cola book As It to we can ride down but have to push the OAr back Out papa stopped me Yew tee my ear dON not line the right kind of axles to make a turn awl papa WM afraid we would meet with an accident Some day I am going to reconstruct the car and put on the right sort of axles and then I will make a loop I have the stiff axles now It took a long time to build the railway but it was MAKING A BUBBLE WHEELIIHere Is a soap bubble experiment trick that Is not very easy to per form but It can be done with patience and the result is worth the troubleThe wheel and Its frame may be made of straws or fine wire or ot a combination of both As shown In the picture It Is made of straws First explains the Cincinnati Corn merclal Tribune take a long straw I and bend It twice at right angles to form the two uprights and the brace over the top Fasten the ends of the straw with sealing wax to the board and stiffen It by four diagonal brO two on each side which are also faa tened with wax to the board and uprights Now make three rectangles or oblong figures by bending long straws four times at right angles The oblones should be equal In length but should differ very slightly in brcadUtIIut tho narrowest ono inside and the widest ono outsldo of the third one Arrange them so that they make equal angles with each other like spokes of a wheel and fasten them together with sealing wax at the samo time laying a fine but rath er stiff wlro across the junctions sod more difficult to construct the car I had trouble with the brake This Is the see and car I have built We have lots of fun with the railway All the boys and girls like to ride on It and oven the grown folks enjoy ILIDavid was graduated from the Webster Groves school last spring and received his certificate admitting him to the Central high school In St Louis but he Is going to the manual training school of Washington university When he finishes the manual training course he expects to take up mechanical and civil engineering He inherits his Inventive genius from his father who ia an Inventor of considerable skill I dont know what I will be when I am grown said David I am a buy now and tam going to havo a good time and when I am grown I will do whatever I think Is boat I dont like to study spelling or Grammar but I like history and arith metic I like history the best and I like to read boys books tho kind that tell about adventure and travel WHAT A PENNY CAN DO One Instance Where a Fraction of a Cent on a Contract Nearly Brought Ruin Most of the talkis about millions those days and I notice that young pea ple Mike older ones are beginning to look down on the pennies and toluinglna that saving pennies la too slow alto gether for tilt age Let me tell you a true story about a recent bit engineering contract thai shows the value of pennies A great arm well knows through the country figured on an eHcfneerlng contract a few years ago They had everything calculated to the last cent except the cost of aonie dredging On this they couldnt quit gur within half of one ant per cubic foot without getting store nets Wed better Investigate said the skier pastas and fled out just how much well have to dredge Notwenee aaM the younger and more active partner MU U only half a cent and its not worth bothering about So they signed tile contract After thy had worked six months it developed that the firm would have to dredge away ItJtMM cable feet ot material It also turned out that it vcwld oat them exactly only half it cent per cubit foot more 16 do It than tM were getting for It Ten million cubic feet at that half aunt each which the younger partner had said was not worth bothering about amounted to Just MM The firm has been working three years sow to fulfill a contract at a heavy lose simply because a man didnt con alder that half a cent was worth bother lag about In a Safe Beatrices papa had gone to the country on twines s Bach night when she said hr prayers her mamma taught her to say God Wen papa and send him home ute Beatrice mtoundnntood her mamma and in stead of saying that she would say God MM papa and send him home in a safe One day as the bottom tfil out of an old safe down In the cellar Beatrice came to her mamma and said Mamma I wonder what God will send papa home In now making that fast also with the seal Ing wax Now you have the wheel and axle Next slip a perforated bit of card or thin weed over each end ot the wire axle fasten three carda to the uprights about halt way up and bend one end ot the wire Into the form of a crank If you make the whole thing of wire TUB HUDDLE WIIEEL IN FULL OPERATION you do not need the diagonal braces tor the ends of the uprights made of stouter wire than the rest may be driven firmly into holes In the boardNow cut out six little disks of card+ board Hang one of them by a wire hook from each of the ends of the oblongs and attach a soap bubble to it This is the difficult part of the trick You must use the glycerin an- dsap solution that gives tough and long lived bubbles and you must wet tho cardboard disk with the solution before you try to make tho bubble ad here to It Out with care and patience you can succeed and the six hanging bubbles which should be nearly equal in size havo a very pretty effect which becomes still prettier when you turn the wtcol by means of the little- crank J alM1ht 1 I4HtHIf44iHF t College Items HERE AND THEREi IIHttlFttI Soorolnry Qninhlo wns In Kich IIIOIH Mvoral days hint weak conducting tlio mimic during n revival led by KvaiiKullitt Smith of St PresbyterianChurch Tim Motlol Sohooln hiivoa fine innuct cabinet a gift of Mr Charles Ring formerly Instructor in Cdrl entry uud Drawing Superintendent Edwards Imq hnd Miens from Elmer Kamlull llonry Brown lilnin negate and Henry In grunt HlmtotilR or last your 1111ox proHHing their intention of being in Hitliool next torm Mr W 13 Frost and wife of Now York City huvo Hjxint n week with Preflldunt and Mnt Frost and dupurtcil Thursday for nn extended tour through tho South Mr Frost in Seorolury of tho company that ublnhuH tho Engincuring NMVH lreRhloutIJ Mr Norman S Patton Architect of Chicugo WIIH in Korea Wednesday to give ndvico in reference to the phuUor to bo iwwl iu Unfailing the now chapel Ho found the sand IIMH by tho College to bo of a good iltiulity and the mortar to IKS unusually hanl and mitiafnolory Ho reganlH well inudo snail and limo plaster tam superior to nayof tho now jxitout kiudn Word huts boon received that Mr Win Hix ono of lama years students IBIIII well known for hiM connection tho Citizen will bo married Friday Soptomlxir 20 to Mliw Alta I plough who was lest year U8bk keeper and Mcnrjgrnphur In the TreamirorH otficu They will leave for Canada about October 1 HHHHHI HHHH BereaTeachers 1 Club AMtktMl AU h rtMWAi C P Utwu LIOTlIMi LLLLLL aIhiThe School Tticheri Creed Tho Bon+a Tuflohore Club mem hm mn do nothing hotter during the wining weak that to study Edwin Ongood Qrorora Toaohora Creed lead It eontttuco by sentence word byword and goo if you really believe hi It If you do not you should think over it until you do Then aol upon your belief Thus ortxxl in the heart of every tottaher would moan a grunt blueing to the school Hero it in I believe in boys nud girls the mon and women of n tomorrow that whatsoever tho boy Howoth the man shall reap I believe in the minus of ignorniuM in tho uffioooy of mihook iu tho dignity of touching and In the joy of serving otliorn I bfllloro in wisdom an revealed in humtui lives na well ua in tho purges of n printed book iu Itswons taught not RO iiuioli by precept na by ex nmplu iu ability to work with the haiuU na woll as to think with the head in everything thnt makes life largo and lovely I believe in beauty in tho school room iu tho homo in daily life in and out of doors I boo hove Iu laughter in love iu faith in nil ideals and distant hopes tout luru ua on I believe that every hour of everyday wo receive n just reward we are and nil wo do I boo there in the prwwnt and Its opportu nities iu tho future and IU promises and In the divine joy of living Anton EDWIN Osaoon QKOVEII Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates itthesea- re features oft throat cough Theyre very deceptive and a cough mixture wont cure them I You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system Scoffs Emulsioni yIand nourishing power Removes the cause of the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor IJJtrjrii unfit SCOTT fc BOIfNE Cbtmini 409415 Ptarl Slrttt Ntw Tirk SIX and ftoa sitl Jrfiti 1 II Kentucky State News Items I FLETCHER AND LYON TRIAL Troops Ordered To Ruttellvllle For Their Protection Frankfort Ky Sept 7ooy nock ham orderud thnt two companies of In entry and a detachment of bauery of state guard procoed to RuHellvlllt to protect W It Fletcher and Our Lyon during trial there for criminal assault The Hopklnivlllo and Bowling Green companies of Infantry and Frankfort battery have boon designated for the duty Troops accompanied Fletcher to RuBBollvillo In August last for trial The jury disagreed Both be and Lyon are In Jail at fowling Green for safe keeping JOHN F FARRIS The Well Known Race Horse Trainer Shot To Death Stanford Ky Sept 27John F Farrls tho race horse trainer was shot to death by R E Leo Sims owner of several thoroughbred hdrsea and for whom Mr FarrIs trained a two yeal old There were no witnesses to the trouble that led to the murder but the two It Is said had not been friendly for several months Farris was a wId ower about 60 yeara old and a oon federate eoldler- ACCIDENT ON A RACE TRACK Two Horses Killed and Jockey marls Badly Injured Louisville Ky ffjpt 27Urancae at 8 to G won the OM Inn handicap the feature at Churchill Downs Harl law an equal favorite waa never prominent Mr ROle Prince Real and Ooklen Link fell In the steeplechas and Prince Real and Mr Rote were killed each animal having tuatatne a broken log Jockey Qarls waa badly hart Wifes Fourth Attempt Oweneboro Ky Sept 27For the fourth time Sarah F MoDanlel hILt suod her husband Rufus P MoDanle for divorce On the threo previous Ot matons the couple reached an agree stem just as the divorce waa about to be granted and the oases wore allowed- to die for want of prosecution A Fatal Fall New Castle Ky Sept 271Bes Liz do MeUlnnls of this place was but led having died from the effect of falllnR down two stops at the door of her room a few days ago Iter broth or Dr I W McOlnnJa the only male member of the family Is at Ute expo union at Portland Ore Judgment Against NOrdered Frankfort Ky Sept t7At a lee lion of the state fliwal court Judge I U Stout ordered judgment entered I n fnrr of the commonwealth a alns the I N Railroad Co for sums ago KnwatinR I129H claImed ky the stat to be dM as penalty and Interest on traaehtee we The Alfaa Train Cortngtofi Ky Sept 7Uubort VroetatiU eommlMtoner of agriculture of Kentueky and party arrived In Covlngton over tho U N on the Konluoky corn and alfalfa spoola train The party was in charge of Mr Vreeland and loft Louisville Monday morning Brakeman Hurled To Death Ludlow Ky Sept 27JJbe snapping of a brake wheel on a oar caused the death of tafnvette Hainos 28 a brakeman on the Southern road llamas wan on top of a train whit eruMlng a bridge lie lost his balance and fell between the cars Kentuckian des Colorado Palntsvlllo Ky Sept 27A mes sage hat reached here of tho death ol Thorna S Kirk in Colorado where he went several weeks ago In search Of health The cause of his death was diabetes with whisk he had been af fllclod for about a year The Wets Won Henderson Ky Sept 27Tho local option election for the Fifth maglate rial district of this city passed off qul etly the result being wet 830 dry 39C About two thirds of the usual vote was polled The district Includes part of the city Edgar Thatcher Paralyzed Newport Ky Sept 27 Kdga r Thatcher exdeputy circuit court clerk of Campbell county was seized with an attack of paralysis at his homo in Alexandria Ky and was rendered speechless for a time The attack Is alight one Humes In Bankruptcy Richmond Ky Sept 27Edwnrd D Hume formerly president of the Hume Cooperage Co and W S Hume Co filed a petition In bankruptcy hero Tuesday Liabilities 12928327 assets 7291 bankruptcy Covington Ky Sept 27Durln the last six months 24 petitions in bankruptcy wero filed in the United States district court at the Covlngton office and ot those 13 wore Involun tary On Crane Creek London Ky Sept 27 Daniel Woods was shot twice by William Sot xer on Ctano creek in Clay county Ho la thought to be fatally wounded Olllcers have gone to arrest ScUer W C T U Convention London Ky Sept 27The state convention of the W CJT U will behold from September 29 to October 3 at the M B ohurob south SAYE THIS u 4 WAIT 20000 WAIT ShoesReadytoWearGroceries and Chinaware to be sold in ten days at LESS THAN ACTUAL COST Mighty Purchase of Dependable MerchandiseThis DaysUnderc AT 2V CENTS ON THE DOLLAR IIMerchandisedays at y 4 Thursday Oct 5 Friday Oct 6 Saturday Oct 7 Monday Oct 9 Tuesday Oct 10 Wednesday Oct 1 I Thursday Oct 12 Friday Oct 13 Saturday Oct 14 These are the days Remember no postponement This Stupendous and Magnificent Bargain Feast Positively Begins Wednesday October 4 at 9A M BICKNELL EARLY Berea Kv thistowomen and children Use good common sense with whichnature has endowed you Come and see with your own eyes and be con vinced Never again will you have such a golden opportunity to dress in such rich raiment at such trifling cost The opening day will be a gala day Bring the children It will pay you to come zoo miles to visit this sale We shall put forth such offerings that no matter what the weather conditions may bo you must and you will be here to get your share When you take into consideration that this sale is of still marvelousbargainsbut will give an idea of themanrvalues that await your coming Remember no postponement This sensational sale positively closes in ten days All goods can be brought bark at any time during this sale and exchanged or your money refunded for the asking LOOK FOR THE BIG RED CANVAS FRONT Wash Fabrics Words lack force to express the importance of these clearance prices Miles and miles of Dress Prints in Silver Greys Blacks Lights Indigo Blues and Reds in this Stupendous Sale 4c Colored Lawns and Batiste in white and colored grounds values up to lOc clear ance price 4c Silk finished Foullards Embroidered Voiles and Flaked Suitingspositivelyworth 2oc yard sale price per yard14cLin- en Etaminos Voiles French Organdies Brilliantines Mohairs and Irish Batistes all new and desirable values up to 50c sale price 23c 30inch India Linens sale price4 c 30inch India Linens worth ICc sale price 7c Checked Dimities value up to 25c price 14c Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth the world over lOc each during this sale 4c Hooks and Eyes black and white worth Oc a card during this sale Ic upComfortsMatting worth 20c during thissale11c- Mens and Ladies Hose Ladies Black and Tan Lace and Plain Hose worth 20c a pair during this Sale f c Ladies fast black seamless Hose regular price 15c now 7c A fine Maco Cotton fast black Hose regular price 25c now14cLad-ies beautiful fine plain and lace styles black Hose worth 35c now10cChi- ldrens fast black ribbed Hose regular price 15c now 7C Childrens fast black fine ribbed Hose regular price 20c at 12c Handkerchiefs 25 dozen Childrens Hemstitched Handker chiefs choice bach 3c 25 dozen Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs regular price lOc sale price4c25 dozen Mens bordered and hemstitched Handkerchiefs sale price4c25 dozen Mens Handkerchiefs same as above only finer 8c 200 extra fine grade white and colored border ed Mens Handkerchiefs regular pricej lOc on sale specially at 00 Below we quote a few of the many Bargains to be had Pins paper for Ic Embroideries yard 3c Wire Hat Pins per package le- 8c seller Unbleached Muslin per yard 4Jc Best quality Calico all colors per yard 4c Yardwide light Percales per yard7cPl- aid Scotch Dress Ginghams per yard4Jc Braid Dress Trimming 3ic Extra quality Ladies Black Hose per pairSc Safety Pins per card Ic Hooks and Eyes per card Ic Mens Style Suspenders worth 35c during this Gigantic Sale per pair 12c Ladies Ready to Wear Skirts and Waists Ladies new fall Waists made of fine India Linen white ground with neat polka dots 75 cent values sale price 4So Ladies Voile and Mercerized Waists cham pagne ground with polka dots and em broidered Figures in different colors 8ic Our Guarantee Ladies White Lawn Waists trimmed in lace and embroidery new style sleeves 85 cent values sale price only BOo S125 values sale price only 80c 150 values sale price only 121 Ladies Walking Skirts black and colors strictly all wool 248 Miles and miles of extra quality 8c seller un bleached Muslin during this gigantic sale per yard 4ic Mens and Boys Furnishings500 Mens Shirts with collars and collars off worth up to 75c all put in one lot at your choice at lOc Mens Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear worth 3Bc sale price lOc A hundred dozen mens Balbriggan Under wear and mens ribbed Shirts and Drawers in many shades All are finished in the best possible manner All sizes rug ular 76o value during this sale your choice 80o Hundreds of dozens high grade Underwear all will be placed on sale for ten days at pricesMens 8c Mens Suspenders worth 25c only Oc Mens Suspenders worth 35c only 18c lions Suspenders worth 750 only BOo lions Socks worth 15c only 70 Mens Socks worth lOe only 40 Mens Socks worth 25o only He Mens Socks worth 3Bo only lOc Mens Shirts worth 100 30c Mens Fancy Shirts regutarpnce 75eonly 33c Mens Fancy and Press Shirts worth 125 only 78e Mens Fancy and Dress Shirts worth 150 only 880 Woolen Overshirts worth 200 only 08c Mens Overalls the kind that never rip worth 75p gigantic sale price 41c Boys Overalls worth 35c gigantic sale price 22c Hats 99o and up About 300 Umbrellas from 49c up Mens Suits Sweeping bargains in Mens Suits All goat about onehalf their regular value This will secure for you choice of many patterns in good durable suits made up of goodand strong fabrics of merit and fashion- A fine suit of clothes all to match This suit is positively worth 800 or your money back any time during this sale3Ob-A fine suit of clothes all to match This suit is positively worth 1200 or your money back any time during this sale005M-ens splendid suits in velour finishedcassi mere all sizes These suits are positively worth 1500 or your money back during this sale 90S Boys Knee Pants 50 pairs Boys Knee Pants worth up to 100 sale price lOc 50 pairs Boys Knee Pants regular price 75c sale price 30c A consolidation of several lines of Boys Pants value 75c and 100 consolidation price only pair AUi 100 pairs Boys Knee Pants worth up to75c now lOc 50 pairs Boys Knee Pants worth up to 100 now 20c Mens Pants FancyWorstedlar price 200 all go this sole at USe Fine fancy and plain Worsted Pants that sold saleprice128Mensterns regular price 175 at00c100 pairs Mens Pants worth up to 375 now S14U 100 pairs Mens Pants worth up to 5500 now 108 Mens fine gray Hose worth 12ic pair during pairBoys pairrArbuckles Coffee during this sale 13c Sardines American per can gigantic sale price 4o Salt very fine table salt worth 5o sack during this stupendous sale 3c parlorbroomCelluloid Starch 1 pound box gigantic sale price 40 Sweet Pickles worth 150 a bottle gigantic sale price 7C Jelly all kinds now selling par glass 4c Olives per bottle 7c Spurlocks Bluing during this mighty sale per box a Pillar Rock Salmon during this sale 1 can Oo Arm Hammer brand Soda pound box during this colossal sale 4e Lye Hominy 1 can 70 Fairbanks Gold Dust large size box lOc Lamp Chimneys No1 40 Lamp Chimneys No 27e18 pounds Sugar at OSo 24 pound sack Best Patent Flour 02c Ivory Soap 7 bars for 2fc Daniel Boone Soap 7 bars for 100 Eagle Thistle Soda 7 packages for 25c Baking Powder big box 150 Mothers Oats 3 packages for 25c BuggiesWagons 4240 Wagons 3 in 4 4409 Wagons Si in J54040 Top Buggies 27 and upwards Farm Implements All Farm Implements 40 per cent below regular price Stoves Wood Heaters SlOD to 840 Kitchen Ranges1500 and upwards PaintsAll Mixed Paints SOc and upwards Shot Guns Single and Double Barrel Shot Guns with Ammunition at Half Pric- eTinware Coffee Pots 1 quart gigantic sale price Oo Coffee Pots i gallon gigantic sale price Oo Buckets 1 gallon gigantic sale price Oo Buckets 2 gallons gigantic sale price 14o Pie Pans large and small sizes this salo 3c Dish Pans large size gigantic sale price lOc Milk Pans gigantic sale price 13c Half gallon Cups gigantic sale price 7o Buckets with lids gallon sizes while they last gigantic sale price Oo Excursion rates on all Railroads Fair paid to every purchaser of 2500 or over Look for the big red canvass front Owing to the reputation we have established in Berea and surrounding territory as Merchants in High Grade Dry Goods Shoes Millinery and Clothing of the worlds standard qualities we will not allow exageration in any of our advertising and we do hereby agree to refund the money during this Great Sensational Sale on all goods purchased if not satisfactory to the purchaserBicknell Early Berea Ky I on in Jc Will assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction We guarantee every garment every piece and statement made One price to all and that means CASH Every article in the house MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES Sale Positively Opens Wednesday October 4th at 9 oclock a m BICKNELL EARLY BEREA KY 17 The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper Published every Thurtdtr at Beret Ky SEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos PAYABLE lit ADVANCE One Year II N Six rnonthi bO Three months Bend money by Pat o0ke Money Order Kx- reu1 Money Order Check Draft Kejlitered Letter or onu and two cent sumps The date after your name shows to what date your lutwcriptlon li paid 11 It la not changed within three tiler tending us moneys otlfy ua- BnUcribcri wishing Tnc CITTIIN stopped oust notify ui at the expiration of nibrrlptlon paying all arrears we shall nalder they with It continued haojolorouraddrtllhloe eomlngotfpAgent wanted In every locality Write for Mans Anyone tending us four yearly tubeerlpUent receive Titx CITIIIN for one tun Art of the Baker The widest success goes with the at tempt of the New York State Associa tion of Bakers to spread and exalt the science and art of good baking There is no finer art than that of the baker declares the Mall of that city Baking is the noblest process connected with foodnobler we hasten to remark than eating for whereas there Is much gluttony selfindulgence and general unseemliness associated with eating there Is nothing but poetry and high art connected with baking Did It ever occur to the reader that while the odors associated with boiling and fry ing are often disagreeable those con reeled with baking are almost always delightful T Put your dough Into fat und fry it and your nostrils are Instantly affronted Put it into the oven and bake It and the perfumes of Araby ascend The aroma Itself Is A fit offering to the gods There is cer tainly something a little occult In this circumstance and bakers we are sure are a reverent people as a rule They follow ancient usage in their work The various forms of the bread loaf date back to ancient Greece when they had a distinctly religious signifi cance Greece Itself probably derived them from Egypt and Egypt claimed that they were subjects of revelation Yet the art of baking has in this age while retaining its hold upon an tique lore linked Itself with physical science Bread Is now cooked in accordance with the laws of chemistry We notice that some of our local bakers are endeavoring to bring it a step still further forward in this direc tion and to abolish hand kneading for sanitary reasons Yet while It may be more sanitary to knead bread bj machinery than by the hand of men we doubt if the change will con duce to the palatability of the loaf 1 hero must be the same difference be tween the handkneaded bread and machinekneaded bread that there Is between other hand and machine products We prefer the bread kneaded by the white hands of good women or good male bakers in whom we have full personal confidence Weal plea said Sam Weller Is werry good es pecially when you know the ladies as made iU The same may be said with regard to bread Machinekneaded bread may be preferable to bread con cerning the preparation of which there is a suspicion But the perfect the ineffable bread will continue to be that over whose creation and whose baking j a worthy guiding spirit has presided Not All Bad Too often officials are Judged from the standpoint of their political aft filiation by those men and newspapers co narrow they refuse to recognize any good exists in a person of other po litical belief than their own No great er Injustice can bo done an omclalI Justly declares the South Bond Tribune There are as good men In one party as in another and the offi cials of one party may be as compe tent as those of another If the best mien are plaeed In office The stand ard of Judgment should not be po litical faith but Intent and accom plishment honesty and efficiency Many an official has good Intentions but falls to accomplish and many are fconcat but not efficient Officials then to measure to the real standard must have right Intentions and the power and ability to accomplish and they must be honest and efficient The election of those who cannot meet this standard la a mistake The Americans says an Austrian writer seem bound to ape all the follies of the old world Threatened by no cnenmjr they expend more on army and navy than any European nation and fill the world with defiant war cries We also cut something of a figure In the arbitrament of war A Boston paper suggests that a ham mock la a good place from which to view an eclipse Many a young person has Indulged in stargazing from a hammock Jt Is estimated that If Ambassador Whltolaw Reid shall keep up the so clal pace he has set In England his I term as American representative there will cost him 500000 He Is laying plans for a social and diplomatic cam paln such as none of his predecessors ibuucbl of undertaking L r RAPID EDITORIAL WRITING l Texas Scribe Who Was Somewhat of an Expert at Hustling OutIthe CopII A certain editorial writer on the staff of a Texas newspaper was Inclined to dilatoriness during certain periods of conviviality and caused thereby much concern In the breast of the foreman of the composing room Just prior to tho moment when the forms must go to press Btu the writer was a part owner of the paper says the NewYork Times and could not well be discharged since he occupied the position of managing editor Many times the edltorlalf were late and the paper delayed in going to press but tho delinquent writer always made good after a fashion Finally he hit upon a scheme when be was called upon at the last moment for copy that may In all justice to expediency bo called the art of genius The hour was very late and no leadfag editorial had gone to the composing room In frantic baste the foreman sent for the editorial writer and only after half an hour was ho locatedIn a near by saloon and much the worse for his dalliance there He grasped the Intelll gence that he had forgotten his leading column and made his way as fast as he could to his office Snatching a piece of copy paper in one hand he caught up a copy of tho New York Times with the other and from it clipped a leading edi torial which he pasted on the paper Then he wrote We cannot agree with the New York Times when It says The editorial of the Times was copied the Texas paper went to press and the editor back to the saloon- LOWKEYED AMERICANS Our Abhorrence of Color in Dress Is a Great Puzzle to Other Nations Of many perplexing characteristics of the American civilian not the strangest is his abhorrence of color In his dress His raiment suggests dreary leaden skies wildgrown swamp land and smokechoked lake harbors Let one appear upon the street with a chameleon tie or a cinnabordyed waist coat and the police consider It just to run him In for blocking traffic says the Cleveland Leader No man on earth Is more fanciful im aginative and inherently poetical than the American Yet It Is one of his stock jokes to point to the Englishman who though so matteroffact and common place of mind drapes himself in broad vivid checks The Frenchman considers it no offense to wear long chiselshaped pink shoes and cravats like the pennant of yacht club The Jluslsan and Lapland emigrants offset a bearing of hap lees melancholy and confusion with brave red boots and prismatic mufflers Even the Scot dwelling in a land of fog and rain rounds off a sweep of scarlet beard with a bonnet running the gamut of the spectrum That the American has really in his heart an ambition for color Is apparent In the uniform he assumes Upon occasions of secret society meetings the encampments of militia and in his good nature over the bills of his women folk When proper excuse is given him he can riot In chromatics that would dull the following of the lord of an Indian princi pality THE WOOD PULP SUPPLY Manufacturers of That Substance Are Now Using Scrub Pine with Considerable Success The Virginia pine commonly known as scrub pine is no longer regarded as worthless except for cordwood Within the last four years the manu facturers of wood pulp have tried the wood with success and several mills In Pennsylvania especially are ustpg It In considerable quantities for this purpose One Pennsylvania mill con sumes In this way 20000 cords a year The scrub pine whose range Is chiefly In Tennessee North Carolina Ken tucky Maryland and Virginia is found la large quantities on old fields In the last two states In particular where It has reproduced itself unheeded since the civil war It has recently been found in commercial quantities also in central Pennsylvania Since It Is a tree which thrives on even the poorest soil and reproduces Itself with great ease its entraoe Into commercial Importance will offer a very Interesting problem In forest management and one which promises quite unexpected re sultsThe forest service Is engaged upon a study of the scrub pine which will seek to develop the possibilities of the tree from a commerclalltandpolnt Last of the Catawbaa Robert Lee Harris chief of the Cataw ba tribe of Indians which has a tiny reservation embracing only one square mile near Rock lull S C on which are 80 members of the tribe lately visited Raleigh N C seeking In the state li brary for all information possible about the Catawbas These Indians were even after 1700 a powerful tribe and touched the Cherokees who were In the North Carolina mountains and in the foothills Chief Harris says that there are only 150 Catawbas In the United States while in 1700 the tribe could muster several thousand warriors He is anxious to have the tribe put un der federal care and educated by the government Lo Becoming Civilized The Indian Is assuredly acquiring civilization Forty years ago tho Sioux were the scourge of the northwest The other day the greater part of the tribe assembled to honor Missionary Bishop Hare on the occasion of his retirement And that terrible old Apache Geronimo s a communicant In the Reformed Ujurcb Philadelphia Ledger lbUttl1tugr nf Manual GfratnUtg in fijfc t3r lrg By L D HARVEY iupcrlntcndfnt or School McnomonU Wit Hi ANUAL training as a form of educational efforts involves such a systematic training of the hand in Constructive work through tile use of tools and manipulation of material as is adapted to the proper development of the motor activities of the hand initiated guided and controlled by mental activities essential for the proper development of the mind Over 90 per cent of the pupils in the grades after leav ing school earn their living with their hands Manual training is justified on the ground tint it gives the individual trained increased power to earn a livelihood through the use of his hands Justified further because systematic train ing of the hand demands systematic mental activity resulting in mental training in dealing with things and processes which is not secured in schools where manual training is not given Mental power is the result of organized thinking The mere memorizing of what others have done is not organized thinking Organized thinking comes whenever the individual sets himself a definite task and then determines and applies the ways and means necessary for the accomplishment of that task Manual training calls for just this organized thinking needed for the practical purposes in life It is a mental activity out of which grows skill in doing and skill in doing as a result of intelligent thinking should be one of the chief purposes of education The course in manual training in the grades should have a content of its own wrought out and determined by the capacities and needs of the individuals to be trained It should not be given as the fag end of other subjects in the course and not chiefly for the purpose of illustrat ing or enlarging the work in those other subjects Artistic design should go hand inhand with manual training Weaknesses complained of in elementary schools are not dw 1o the time devoted to manual training for these weaknesses are as likely to ap pear in schools when no manual training is given as in those schools where it forms a part of the course Manual training is needed in ali grades to give opportunity for physical activity for a change in forms of mental activity and relief from other tension of book study Japanese Christianity Will Be Ideal By MR T KUMA Jtpinese Scholar In America Wii Japan become a Christian nation Mot assuredly Japan same time the in religion is slang in the art of warfare Christianity in Japan when it becomes national will be an ideal one It will be quite different from Christianity as it exists in the wet today Christianity in Russia and that in America are more distant from each other than Buddhism is from Christianity ht Japan at present Religion is controlled by something stronger thin itself We were aH human beings long before we ever became white or yellow people And we were white and yellow a long time before we be came Christians or Buddhists Now the more fundamental things in human life exert modifying influences upon the less fundamental or these which developed later in the long career of mankind Thus the religion taught by the same Christ after being subjected to this modifying influence of Latin Teutonic and Slavic peoples with distinct racial characteristics has undergone a great differentiation Japan with the rest of the yellow peoples in Asia has racial traits culture and traditions that are quite distinct from those of the white peo pie This difference is much greater than any between several mces in Europe Christianity in Japan therefore when it becomes universal there will be widely different from that which is found in the west to day But why do I call it an ideal Christianity that Japan will have Christ meant his religion to be universal It has to be preached to and accepted by all nations The Christianity in the west does not per mit this It is too exclusive too narrow The Christians in Europe and America do not understand the eastern pooplc They refuse to know then You can not teach unless you know your pupil well Japanese know the west as well as the east They approach everybody with sympathy andrespect This is what makes them peculiarly fit to be the rest teachers of a universalreligion That universal religion unlit be Christianity and when fully developed Christianity in Japan will be broad and inclusive It will be truly the Christ religion It will satisfy equally well the eastern as well as the western peoples lJitgI1tiug tl1J t4 nl mrrilt By LUTHER HALSEY GULICK Director of PhytKal Training New York Public Schools may laid world us she I recently visited public school 3 Brooklyn and with the prin cipal walked rapidly through almost every primary classroom in the building My pres ence had not been an nounced to the teachers so far as I know The object of the visitationI was to observe the carriage of the pupils at the desk and which they walked and stood I also saw the pupils come in and out of the assembly I have seen many schools in which great attention was paid to posture My visit to this school was unique because I failed to observe a single child sitting or standing in a distinctly bad position I did not observe a single child reading with the book flat on the desk and the head bowed over it The books were held up the necks were straight the carriage of the bodies was erect and manly distinctly military in its character The carriage of the girls was graceful and gracious This cnows that the physical effects of the school desk can be successfully fought even under the trying conditions of large city schools without further teaching of physical training than that which can be given by the regular grade teachers and even without an adequate gymnasium Mere physical exercise will not secure good carriage Constant and intelligent watchfulness plus physical exercise will alone accomplish the result School gymnastics must be aimed at this one thing the school desk In fighting the school desk two things arc to be kept in mind the sitting still and the tendency to bail position The other general results in physical training ought to be largely secured through plays and games BIRDS CHANCE FASHIONS Feathers Get Out of Date and Have to Be Renewed Every Year to Kelp In Condition We get a now suit some of usbe cauuo our old one wears out That Is the most apparent cause for the new nuI nual suit oT the birds Yet with themI as with some of the favored of us hu mans tho feathers go out of fashion says the country calendar But the an nual molt Is first of all natures wisp provision for the safety and life of the bird Feathers are not only covering but also means of locomotion and hence the birds only means of life A year of use leaves many of them worn and broken some of them through acclden + entirely lost Here In my woods Is a crow with three of the qullla In his right wing gone Ho has been shot at and nature must replace those feathers If that crow is to survive oven though ho comes justly human standards by his loss from stealing corn Tho feathers of this crow and of alt birds might last for two years or longer but to keep the race at Its best nature has found it necessary to provide a new plumage at least once a year But there are other reasons at least there aro advantages taken of the moll for other ends such as the adaptation of the feathers to the varying temperatures of the season heavier in winter and lighter In summer also tho adaptation of tho color of the plumage to the changing colors of tho environment as the change from tho dark summer color of the ptarmigan to its snowwhlto winter plumage to match tho snows of Its farnorthern home Then and perhaps most Interesting of all Is the advantage taken of the molt for the adorning of the bird for the mating season Indeed nature goes no far la some CMC as to cau u a special molt to meet the exigencies of the wedding as If tine feathers do make a fine bird All this to meet the fancy of the bride So at least the scientists tell us- MANY NEW STORES OPENED Big Crops and Good Times In the West Cause Business Enterprises to Start Up In tho small towns new store are being opened everywhere For several years Improvements have been ehleliy eonflned to rerfdsMf sad repairs to burningL limply bOllHll were filled and unoccupied stores begaa to bare tenants Now there Is scarcwly an emp ty store bulMiag and many nw strae tares are east IB alt every village Sore Mute towns In the wheat belt have added a dais storerooms to tier ca pacity this year That teas a great- deal of additional trade sad la the beat Index of the effect of generous returns ragas the Gelds la the furnishing of their bores the fnranci are also making great strides Common furniture of Ute varnished oak variety Is sot rood enrnigh for the average farmhouse these days The plush parlor suit to a drug on the market dotag Into a farmhouse MO toll west of Kansas City the other day a visitor stead It fitted out In mission farnlmrs with Flemish oak bookcase sad Item lagton pictures on the wall It was typ leaf of the tendency toward better taste In adornment This Imitates a now sea- to business for It calls for a higher standard of supply In the wholesale marketThe craze Is cawing more land than ever to be put Into that crop and the effect Is to enhance the sales of Im plements therefor Twenty steam plows were shipped a few days ago to one Kansas county The tendency toward the use of expensive Implements Is manifest all over the west and mer ehants are kept buy supplying the de mand Usually at this date the wholesale houses are filling a few orders and waiting for others to come In now the trade Is attracting attention because of the way It has already opened up- Mexicos Industrial Future The prophets foresee In Mexico a manufacturing country of the lint rank This because of abundant hyroeloe true power cheap and unorganised la bor stability of climate and geographical situation To these are added the recent discoveries of mineral oil or pe troleum and the development of the coal fields In the northwestern sections which will supply the required fuel The amount of power In use In Mexico Is estimated at 6G008 Indicated horse power steam 32147 Indicated horsepower water 1782S Indicated horse power electric all of which are prob ably below existing figures In devel oping the last Mexico Is making marvelous strides and there aro power plants now In existence or In the course of construction which will rank second only to those of Niagara Queer Fishing In the Bermuda Islands some of the gorgeous tropical fishes found In the clear waters of that group are caught for aquariums by the use of a long handled dlpnet equipped with a percus sion cap This cap Is exploded by means of an electric storage battery carried by the fisherman if that name applies who seeks out and stuns the finny beau ties when the fishes nose the cap about in their curiosity Pearys Training That Commander Peary IH well able to endure the hardships of the north pole climate Is explained by a citizen of Maine who says that when Peary was a young man It was a common thing for him to take a camping outfit of a blanket and a lunch and start for the Maine mountains where he would pass days exploring ravines ledges and the deep secluded spots never building a camp but simply rolling himself In bU blanket would sleep la the open I DRAGGED DOWN TO R-umnI The Inevitable result of marrying a man to reform him- ALCOHOL MUST GO Growth of UIA Sentiment Against It as an Enemy to Progress and Civilization In the legislatures of 30 of the 45 states of the union there have bean pre seated this winter from one to five prohibitive and restrictive bill to brooms laws relating to the use of alcohol Never before says the Journal of In ebriety have the lawmakers of the country been confronted with no many different measures directed to stop or control the use of alcohol This is evi dently the beginning of public recogni tion of the dangers which come from Pa indiscriminate nve In all parts of the country A feeling of alarm Is growing up among the common people and ex tending to church and state at the dominance of the delusional theories concerning alcuboL Silently and surely this Is spreading throuGh all circles of society and the more alcohol is studied In the laboratory and sociologically the stronger the evidence appears against It as an evil to progress and civilisation In a recent article on this subject In tbo School Physiological Journal Mrs M E Hunt the editor makes the predic tlen that the child Is born who will sie the lIt ItRaMied saloon Urowory and distillery disappear from the kind She asserts that the time came when slav ery bad te go Its time was tip on the a t ndar of tile centuries and although It was abolished In the storm of war it eonld not no on any farther Another verytoMes which Its delusions produce mat disappear In obedience to the moral pwuw of public opinion wbUh is sow beginning to assert Itself The teach lag of the dangers of Kohol ID the pub lie schools is beginning to bfo frit and notwithstanding opposition will Prow more and more every year Wherever tbe subject U known the evil and phys teal causes will Indicate the m tm oftrelief whh h cannot be stopped hat can only be guided end dlrrte Alcohol as a beverage with all the places for its manufacture end ale ta doomed aid this fart U more than ever apparent Every pbynU la owe It ID himself 10 his family and tbe community ho lives In to take up tbls problem and become toe teacher and director of a movement that te to occupy a very Urge place la the near future Tho Delusion of Drink The following Is a very seaaibi edi tonal In Journal of tae American Med ical Association As a people we are slow to learn certain IlieU The recent murder In coW blood of a helpless and Innocent wife and mother by maniacal husband whose Insanity was or that type which regularly oectirs in the alcoholic reminds us that these frightful tragedies recur with distressing frequency Tile relatives of those who abuse alcoholic beverages ought to be taught the danger signals Whenever a drinking man begins with out cause to suspect the virtue of his wife and the honor of his friends It is time to confine him where he can do DO harm at lanai until tile poison to out of his brain Failure to do this ta to Invite murder In its most revolting tutam All this Is well known to the members of the medical profession but tile physi elan Is seldom salted for advice In such eases and If he were his oonnsel would only rarely be followed No moan In the community Is more dangerous to hls family and to the public than the heavy drinker when he r8ehethe stage of alcoholic delusion that Is marked by unfounded suspicions as to tbe conrtui of those whom he naturally and In tact should most trust When a man h Klm to harbor lush delHnlons It Is the Instant duty of his friends to put him where ho can do no harm and can Ret no more liquor Rum Advertising in Johannesburg There Is at least one part of the world where gambling and liquor ad vertisements are illegal and the ox ample set by the municipal authori ties at Johannesburg might with Oe aided advantage be followed elsewhere By an ordinance made recently tho Insertion of such advertisements en tails the substantial penalty of = 125 or two months Imprisonment and only vary recently offender who had thought that tho authorities were con tent to treat the law as a dead letter received a rude awakening in the shape of an announcement that the pollco would take prompt action If such advertisements were contin ued Obviously tho Johannesburg people are fully allvo to the evil wrought by the bookmaker and his ally National Advocate A Government Evil The moat determined evil nl teb at filets tho clerical force and the officers of the government Is the habitot using Intoxicating liquors Hon L II Morrilf In United States pnnnnnn nnnn A HANbY PIG ELEVATOR Inexpensive Contrivance Which Will Make Easy Work of Handling1 the Butchered Hogs The handling of butchered pigs Is not always tho easiest or most agreeable task Many difficulties however may bo overcome by the adoption of the simple and inexpensive contrivance shown ItI la nlade of a round piece of wood ITO ft Six Inches In diameter and 18 Of 20 Inches long says a writer In the threoCourthsI TUB no KUtVATon deep and put In Iron pins so as to permit of their extension from the end of the wood by six or eight Inches These pins are for the legs to slip on Tho legs are ten feet long and are secured In position by slots and pins Then there Is a lover about lit or SO 1feetlong This rests on the roller or and is held In place by a onobalf Inch Iron pin At the upper end of the lever Is attached a chain and hook by means of which the pig Ls raised SHELTER FOR LIVE STOCK Low to the +man In Sure to Pol low Failure to Provide for the Comfort of Ills Animals The severe weather during the month of January and greater part of February of the prevent year had IU lesson In many parts of the country rupodally In the writers locality Many head of cattle and hogR perlebeii from want of food sad shelter Ye I lear too many will ROt keel UM lesson Clad RD on In the same earetaee ways OP before until aaotker sick sea loft overtake them While It la true that many poeeeee lands that are either Naturally poor or have through had sea apalenl bo come oxbuusted In fertility yet often It In ixwelble by diversifying raffl clenUy to grow one good forage crop Ute faster might s cure a fair supply of feed for hiss live stock For In stance la my Immediate locality writes A Mteourl correspondent of the Farmers Yoke very little of a gralnand forage crop le grown except Indian corn although dover sorghum land vetch cowpens and other crops eweeed fairly well while corn seldom on most farms produces more than IS cr 26 bushels per acre On this they mainly depend for feed for tholr clock with what their stock Is enabled to pick up In pasturing their fields Is It any wonder that when such seas ins cf snow and cold overtake us many animals perish If the people of such localities will prom by the lesson of the past win ter will build shelter for their stock and plant clover cowpeas and the other better grasses and feed and taro for their stock In an Intelligent t and humane manner carefully saving the manure made by the stock anti ap plying It to their fields a transforma lion would take place the country would prosper and we could leave our children a legacy In the form of fertile farms that would be a perpetual bless Ing lo them THE LIVE STOCK Any fool can ruin a team but a wise driver maintains lie value I Quiet and patient drivers are worth twice as mum as any othersI A ioclle contented animal Is nlwaya n good feeder as little of Us feed IH pent In nervous excitement or rest less action- B4v time wagon grease and dirty fingers aui well as prolong the life of your horses and wagons by greasing little and often Never strike or hurt a balker Stuff cloth In his car or hold up his foot and tinker with It fully three minutes Divert Mil attention and do It kindly Wool Is a product that does not take fertility from the roll like grain growing but actually adds to the value of the soil for graingrowing purposes To know how to care for sheep ao AS to make them grow the largest and finest fleeces and the most vigorous lambs Is the Important part of sheep managements Dont Worry Many of us wlll Agree with the fol lowing written by An old friend a farmer all his life Jt e worrled as much gut man It woufd have been worn out long ago I was born end bred W worry and have fought the misfortune as bravely as a weak mind and hotly could but by times the race fcccms hardly ennIWhile fattening hogs should have all the grain they will eat up coan No mote should be given at Aar one fiat HQ u readily eaten PREPARING FOR WINTER Do Not Put Off Until Too Late the Work Necessary to Make the Fowls Comfortable September Is none too coon to begin preparations for fall and winter It should be borne In mind that a stitch In time saves nine While tho weather Is favorable to the outdoor existence of poultry Is tho time to repair the house In which the poultry are to spend the win ter The cracks bave become larger with the swelling and shrinking of the boards some of tho panes of glass In the windows have been broken and tbe doors have become partly detached from tbelr hinges If any of these conditions are found they should of course be remedied at once Makeshifts will do through the summer when the weather Is warm but they are extremely unsafe to use during cold weather Remember that a knot hole through which the wind may blow on tho fowls at night when they are on the roost will cause more damage to them than will an open door and that certainly would do no good Such conditions cause drafts colds and finally staybycause sickness and deaths among the fowls The warmer the pen or house the more necessary It In that there be no cold drafts for fowls that are used to and kept In a warm temperature catch old more easily than fowls that are kept in a rather low temperature Earth floors that bare becope satu tatcd with the droppings of the fowls should be removed to a depth of five or MX Inches and replied with fine dry clean soil and see the floor is some six Inches higher than the out side ground I Probably every farmer who builds a poultry house makes It of a certain size with the resolve that only a limit ed number of fowls shall occupy It but as the size of tho flock Increases the space seems to contract until soon the birds are so crowded as to render a new house necessary or a number ofI them must be disposed of Ten hens In I a house that gives them plenty of room says the Country GenUnman will lay more eggs than 20 that are crowded hence one not only gets few er eggs when there are too many hens together but tho cost of food Is greater niitf the amount of work Increased Trying to do too mach work on a lim ited area has caused many failures and the proper plan le to keep but s few hens rather than too many THE POTATO STALK BORER Small Beetle Which Causes Much Damage to the Potato Plant How Pest May Be Fought Tire potato etalfcborer appears lu lo calities from Maryland westward to Missouri and perhaps further These tmall ashen gray beetles appear early In spring and pnneture base of potato stem hollowing out email cavltlen and laying In each one a single egg The grabs which hatch are white with brown brads cud burrow in stalk Of TUG POTATO BCBTLB branches from early August to San loinlxr Thqy pupate scrar the stalks close to the surface of tho rail and the beetles soon emerge and hibernate In pupal cell In the accompanying cut after Chittenden of the United States department of agriculture the terms are explained as follows a beetle b larva from side c pupa 4 section of potato stalk showing larva and pupa within a b c five lines natural size d natural size E S G Titus In Practical Farming and Gardening gives this advice for fighting the I pest Rake up and destroy nil vines In the fall as soon as potatoes are dug Keep down all weeds belonging to this family horse nettle Jlmsonweed ef j Use fertilizer to enable plants to mature crop Ground Bones Laying liens are very fond of ground l ones They help digest other food when they cannot get a sharp gravel and with the strong digestive ap paratus which fowls have every part to made use of The lime goes to make the shells but If the hones have been only cooked and not burned they are full of material of which the egg Itself Is made The only advantage from burning bones is to make them break up snore easily The fowls certainly do not like theta as well nor are they so good for them as when broken up without burning Michigan Farmer Honey and the Teeth Honey does not Injure the teeth as confectionery does From a medical standpoint It 18 excellent Jn most ot tho lung and throat affections and is a goad substitute for cod liver oil andIder and kidney diseases aI The future feeding qualities of sheep are shaped to a went extent the first month of the anlmais life and unless It Is started right it will never make a rood animal DANIEL IN- BELSHAZZAR Sunday School Lesson for Odl 1905 SpeeUllf Prtfutd for This Piper LESSON TEXTDanlel 5130 Mem Dry Verses 29 80 GOLDEN Tf TTh face of the Lord li oenlnst them that do evIL 1salra M18 T1MED C t9 Prof Beecher places it In June orearller It was In the latter period oC the Exile Compare vr e27 with Daniel inIIACEDabyton on the Euphrates 8CIUPTURB KBFBIIENCBS Isa 4516 tells of guidance of Cyrus lea Hi 14- 1tI9 U1411 461 2 tU tell of the over throw of Uab Ion Jer CO and 51 represent the destruction of Uabylon Comment and Suggestive Thought INTKODUCTOHY We are now drawing near to the close of the 70 years dating from the beginning of tbe captivities D C G064 for which period Jeremiah had foretold that the exile should continue Jer 2512 The ex iles gradually acquired lands and houses they lived In separate commun ities and were apparently allowed to maintain to some extent the social customs ond organizations of their native land Ezok 81 U1oUle Na tive qualities soon brought the Jews to the front In whatever land they wero thrownProf E T Harper Jere miahs prophecies stilt pervaded the moral atmosphere Ezekiels voice was heard through the nation The glorious visions and prophecies of the later chap tars of Isaiah were stirring the hearts of the faithful with hope and faith and courage We now come to the providen tial movements which made the return possible A new king ac Va new policy now took possession of the empire that held the Jews captive Cyrus the 1erslan conquered Babylon The nominal king of Babylon at thlR time was Nabonldui lie was a most scholar I ly man rather than ruler Interested in his countrys Institutions and making most valuable records on clay cylinders There Is says Mr Pinches every prob ability that Uelthazzar the son of Na bonldus was tbe real ruler We bave learned about Delsbazznr from these tablets and Inscriptions lately Uncov ered In the ruins of Babylon Cyrus the conqueror of Babylon the king of Slam Media and Persia appears on tbe hori run at this time advancing toward Babylon In his victorious career with I his wideextended troops whose num lien like the waters of a river couW not I bf known Ho entered Babylon with out fighting which agrees with both Herodotus and Daniel Itelshassars Great Feast DetohM sat was a youth Hushed with the excite mint of almost uncontrolled power Ikea while Cyrus was approaching with his victorious array the young num secure la the unrivaled strength of his city defenses mate a great f Mt to a thousand of the nobles probably In RMgtla the magnificent temple of llelus within the walls of Babylon It was a wonder of the world The wall were rich with Images of the Chaldean painted In vermilion and exceeding In dyed attire on goodly horses like those on the friete of the Acropolis From Farrar V 17 Let thy gifts be to thyself Koto them de what you will with them Daniel will speak Gods truth without fear or favor and the rich presents the king offered can have no Influence what ever Vs 1822 The most high God gave Nebuohadneazar The true God is shown to be over all and above all And thou host not humbled thins heart etc You have not sinned through Ignorance but have gone on In a wicked course In spite of in defiance of Gods lessons of warning V M But bait lifted up thyself Exulted thyself as If thou couldst defy and disobey with Impunity the Lord of HeavenV This is the writing The Vords are of the Aramaic called Chal dee In A V language with letters like the Hebrew Title language was fa miliar In Babylon at that time V It Mono repeated for the sake of emphasis God hath numbered th kingdom and finished It OfGod had put a definite limit to the number of years the kingdom should last and that num her was now complete V 27 Tokel thou art weighed in the balancest as to his moral character and actions and been found wanting of light weight like a counterfeit coin or one that did not come up to the standard required God had tested him and he had failed V 28 Peres the singular of tbe word Upharsln In V 25 the prefix U meaning and It Is the same as if Peres was written twice like Mene for emphasis V 29 Clothed Daniel with scarlet The royal purple Third ruler In the kingdom Hither one of three or more probably next under Delshazzar who was the second being under his father Nabonldus the king over all Thus the Persian conquerors found Daniel the Jew not In obscure retire snout but occupying the position of an active statesman and in a position to liblp his exiled countrymen- V 30 In that night was Belshazzar stale Swift and suddeu crone the foretold doom Illustrative Points Tools make a mock of sin and only fools Wise men do not play with matches hi a powdermill Wise men do not hold merrymaking while their house Is blazing Wise men do not sleep undefended amid deadly foes WIA wen do not neglect and Increase a dangerous diseaseThere Is n handwrltlng of warning and o t doom on the wall for every sinner It may bo Invisible for a time like that kind of writing whiaft Is invisible till brought to the fire or touched wUh chemicals but It Is written where nis eve shall some time see It Poor Housekeeper Today the English lady Is the cost housekeeper In the world Two hundred years ago she was the beat This It the essence of a striking In dictment of modern women by Mrs Ruth Jackson In an Article on house keeping and national wullbeing In the nineteenth century Japans Holidays There are only three national hall days In Japan January 1 Is one of them and the birthday of the reIgn- Ing emperor November 3 Is another Hut February 11 Is thn greatest of the three dates for It Is the anniversary of the coronation of the first emperor Jlmmu Inducement to Die Tho vicar of nu English health resort has Issued time following notice To meet the convenience of visitors arrangements have been made with the vicar of this parish for tho burial of guests at greatly reduced fees The privilege may be withdrawn If It is abused Real Vacation Harold had been In UIH country for two weeks and upon his return his little sister asked If ha hat said his prayers every night Not once be repllMl I lust Imtln urornough va cation Chicago Dally News Steep Supplies Prices up In Nome correspond with the latitude The SemiWeekly News cells for 26 ccnlu a copy or one dollar a month It appears from advertisements that milk brings 25 cents a quart and eggs a dollar a dozen First In Labrador Tho first telegraphic longitude illa- tion In Labrador has been established at Chateau bay by Dr Otto Klotz lo minion astronomer In conjunction with Sir Wllllnm MacGrogor governor ot Newfoundland Womnn Owes Street Car Line Only one woman In lht world owns a gtrett car line aud she Is MIlt ogee of Denver her line being a mile and a lialf In length at the ter minus of the South Broadway tramway MA Visible Proof 1t Bceins as If the stouter Mrs Hivi ton prow the mute ot a spendthrift Diac lietomm She Is certainly wahtfull Judge Needs Watching rinds yoiini thing Isnt whetr Should say HO lint mother wont IH 6r 00 anywhere without at least two caapeoaesClevebtud Leader A Sense ef Steurity So you feel that your automobile Is jMrfocllv safe Must of the time when ilia In the repair shop Washington Star In Ills Free She lies always tot a stalls on ns fate now 11e Well where would you expect him to hove It Illustrated his He Ought to Know Why you dont know what hard ware I- MaekI dont eh Did you ever try to win an helress7Judge- Microscopic Egg The smalls egg In the world Is that af the tiny Mexican humming bird It H scarcely larger thau tho head of B piu rrMARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 23 CATT1IJ Common 285 tJ 375 Heavy steers 5 00 66 5 10 CALVES Extra 0 7 50 H6GS Ch packers 5 50 61 6 66 Mixed packers D 25 6 60 SHEEPExtra 4 40 0 4 60 LAMBS Extra 725 KLOtW Spring pat C 06 6 90 WHBAT No 2 red 80 87 No 3 red 82 67fiNoOATSNo 2 mixed 291 4 HYE No 2 6G l 7- 0HAYCh timothy 12 75 PORK Clear mess 1C CO LARD Steam lJ 800 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 2 50 4 3 50- POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 01 CO TOBACCO New 6 00 013 00 Old 460 014 76 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat D 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo 2 red 84yS 85 4 No 3 red 82 87 CQRN No 2 mixed 0 G- 2OATSNo2 mixed l- 1RYENo2 28Vj I 70 4 PORK Moss 15 00 01510 LARDSteam 0 775 New York FLOUR Win rtrts 4 00 0 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red 8Jo OATS No 2 mixed 32 I 33- CORNNo 2 mixed 4 591 i- HYE Western 1 0 C7 PORK Mess 17 50 018 00 LARD Steam 111815 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red S3y 0 831 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 58j CATTLE Steers 4 00 4 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 tP 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 83 0 831- 4CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 29 JOnK MOBS 12 00 LARD Steam t 0 7 25 indisnnpslis WHEAT No 2 red 0 8- 0COHNNo2 mixed ly 53V4 OATS NJ 2 mixed tfi 2i e e I RICHMOND GREENHOUSESPh- one i188 Richmond Ky I OUT FLOWERS j DESIGNS AND BL MING PLANTS L I L u u +o+o+O+o+0+0+0 +o+o+0+o +o +o +o+o+o +0 0+o+o+o+o+o+o+oro- o or THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON+ 0 o la here and every housewife wants one or more + 1 pieces of new 2 FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING S + 0 Take a Look Through Our Stock J It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can + Q supply your wants + + IF ITS FROM US IT GoOD 0 New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearttap Sewing Machines o 125 730 and 35 worth E5O 560 and t65 o iiORUTOHER EVANS Jopllns Old Stand Richmond Ky Day Phone 73 Eight Phone 47U 1 o+O+ +O +o+O+o+oo+o+o+n+o+o+o+O+o +o+0o+0+0+o +00+00- 1td Carriage Satisfaction Here than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotcb We and retire Get our prices WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky I Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Etccllcal Flour j 1411441111111114 Vhlto Sutlom Ky I I Time Table in Effect May I 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leavo Berea 346 a a m Arrive Paris 528 a a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris r8BO p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m- Ooing South Train 3 Dally Leave p m Arrive p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT TralhenumbersZlid 3 vurjr Buffet cur sad ro cliM between Cincinnati sad Knonllleld both direction Trelns uilm bfnt and i unman Tt llbuled flkepliif car and wcbrl between Cincinnati and Knox ville In loth i1rectlotp W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Time tblln effeot April 16 11105I EAST BOUND NoI Kn S No 3 1015am lljp to- NIeholaavJlle line l Vrr 1181 74 nichmoiularliU 1U Richmond l 1205 p m S 90 a m Irvine lOS 1M 5r ey 1r10OVEcaityvnls BOUND jfo2 No4 No 5 Verralllcn 731a m S3S p u- taMchoUovlllc OSS 6te 205 RlxlnnonlIv UIO I UlcliraonJ ir 7J p m 1JO- lr liie 655 p ln 1295 Boattytllle m t i 1030 a m Dvtjville Jet SJO 1030 No 2 anil C t ltd 3 mike dos cnunrMloni at NWIiulaivillc loaudmm Lexington and OIlIe mil and at Venultln to and rom IIhelbY1l1e sad Ixiuisvllle No 6 connect at lunctuin Itr Ja kfoii Fur any lurtlxr Iniorma non addnsaany Total arellt or at It autTII tt- enmF leiI KJ Phaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish J bodyfinishgiveIo repaint repair CARRIAGE Madison County Roller Ma11stleL- IeklelaF6HaD Manufacturers Potts Duerson LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD m- Arrivefichmond415 m- ArrivoCneionati50 BereallKnoxville810 Buggy Durable KENTUCKY Call at T J Moberlevs and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS 01 BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the Horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky r To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the Stale for doing all kinds of Watch and Clock Work Jowolry Repairing Etc I do work for the most prominent people of Berets and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention ard charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN MT YKUM1N KKNTl CKT- KwrntsiJt Bank of1 cruel I 500 400 300 250 and 225 BAlso Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths v The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to glee letter satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere i We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY FIRE ALARM SIGNALS DISTRICT No1 Prospect Cottage 2 Ladies Ha113Pre- sidents House 4 Chapel5Library Lincoln Hn117Ind- ustrial Buildings Howard Hall n Center Street13Ric- hmond Pike 14 Mt Vernon Street 151 West End 10 = c = = =c ICODE SIGNAL 1 2 short rings 3 short rings 4 short rings 1 short 1 long ring 1 long 1 short ring 1 long 1 shoji 1 long 1 short 1 long 1 short 1 long 2 short rings 1 short pause 3 short 1 short pause 4 short 1 short pause 5 short 1 short Muse 0shorti In case of fire go to the nearest alarm break glass give long ring for general alarm then give signal for district in which fire is located Quo short ring means fire is out B E CARTMELL Chief of Fire Dopt W G Preside- ntt1Iti1HJ I I I J II I I J I J J I I I I I J I H I I I I J I J I J I J I I I I I I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLLLLLL H I 11 I I J I J J I I I I I I I 1 I I I I ttt to an unusual amount of job work and a delay from the breaking down of the engine the CITIZEN will be one day late this week We are sure that our patrons will excuse this failure as it is the first time in three months that the paper has failed to go to press on i ThursdayMr Mrs Geo Dick were in Richmond Tuesday Miss Minnie Clymer of Johnetta has been visiting relatives in Berea this week The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Gabbard died Wednesday morningMr Welch traveling for the Brown Shoe Company of St Louis is in town Miss Pearl Baker is in Cincinnati for a two weeks visit with her sister Miss Carrie Wood Overton Tussey E E Hays and J W Strange are the new appren tices in the Printing Office this year E M Spink holds over from last year and Mr Strange comes with some experience from another office Professor and Mrs Dinsmore started out Wednesday with the tent and two loaded teams for an extension trip through the mountains Their first stop will be at Station Camp The Editor will join them for a few days the last of the week Although the advertisement of our combination offer of the CITIZEN and the Chicago Daily Review for only a dollar and a half has been with drawn the offer still holds good Every one who would like a paper containing brief breezy clean news every day should take advantage of this offer before it is too late We have other good combination offers including that of the Weekly Courier I tbelLouisillej f COLLEGE BELL SIGNAL I 2 taps 3 taps 4 taps 5 taps 0 taps 1 taps Stops 9 taps 1 tap pause 3 taps 1 tap pause 4 taps 1 tap pause 6 taps It tap pause 1 taps FROST Owing 11 1 1 1 I I I Mrs Heimur who underwent n slight surgical operation at the Col lege Hospital on Wednesday died Thursday night of heart failure The operation was but a slight one and Mrs Heimer showed every in dication of recovering up till a short time before her collapse The Eastern Kentucky news is somewhat scant this week It is desirable that there should be some regularity in the communications of the correspondents so that there shall not be a congestion one week andnothing the next Lot corres pondents please take notice Attention is called to the four column ad of Bicknall Early that appears in the CITIZEN this week Twenty five thousand broad side circulars are being printed for them for distribution in the vicinity Mr Wildman Bicknall Earlys agent in their sale is surely estab lishing a precedent in advertising for the community A chief feature of the State Development Convention in Louisville Oc tober 1011and 12will bo a rollcall of Kentucky counties in which a rep resentative citizen from each county will bo expected to respond In this rollcall the chairman will ask for ans wers on at least two questions What has your county in a general way in agriculture forestry minerals and in dustrial interest What does your county need to improve its present conditionMr Louis Racier inaugurated his campaign as a lecturer and enter tainer Tuesday and Wednesday of this week An appreciative audience greeted him on both occasions Mr Racier is a pleasing speaker and an impersonator of more than ordinary ability His sympathetic rendering of selections from Dunbar Riley and others are a prominent feature of his entertainment He has quite a local reputation as a raconteur am his collection of jokes and anecdotes are well told Tho fact that ho wai introduced on Tuesday night bj Professor Dodge and on Wednesday night by Dr Switzor and by boll gentlemen with the highest com tncndatious is evidence of tho lick ho has on the sympathies of those who have known him in Boron Howard Liemau arrived from Cia oinnati Ohio today to entor scljool Jay Jacobs arrived last Fridaj from Cincinnati to bo in school this ycttr- Health Warning This sevens to bo an opportune time to call the attention of the citi Zeus of Borea to n few facts afoul Diphtheria 1 Diphtheria of tho larynx com manly called membranous croup is caused by the same germ as diph theria of the throat and is just ns contagious Therefore cases of this kindshould bo kept in strict quaran tine 2 The following rules of gunran tine should lx enforced by parents in every wise of diphtheria The patiuul should to put into a room by himself and no ono IK allowed to eutui tho room hilL tho doctor nail the out person who nuts us nurse In most aRes this will bo tho mothor When slit outers tho room slit should pro tect her clothing with souls kind of growndoesprotactsrl with a towel or dusting cap These things should be taken oil and hung nt the door whoa she leaves tho loom and pulou again treatIshould keep her own mouth closed and breathe as little as possible After treating tho throat her hands and face should be washed and her throat gurgled No children from outsido should bo allowed to outer tho house and the brothers nail sisters of the patient should not be allowed outside of their own yard Nor should they bo allowed to play with neighboring children The child should bo kept in quarantine for one week after all signs of the disease are gone Thou the room should be thoroughly fumigated with formalin These may seem like rather severe requirements but let us take a littlo trouble rather than have so many funerals Only by following such a program as this can Boron be saver from a Diphtheria epidemic Is it worth tho trouble We think it is A last word Diphtheria antitoxin is almost a sure cure for diphtheria but in order to do its work properly it must be given early in the disease It is a very expensive medicine in money but considering its wonderful valuo it is very cheap Do not blame your doctor for not saving your child if ho is called in late in the disease or if ho is not al lowed to use plenty of antitoxin be muse of expense or other reason The antitoxin is perfectly harmless when properly administered Registration of Voters The registration sheets will Iw open at Hanson Hall for the regis ration of voters on Tuesday October 3 between 0a m and 0 p tn Those necessarily absent or tick upon that day may register jeforo the County Clerk ou Monday Tuesday and Wednesday bofove Election day October 30 anti n- and November 1 The Fall Term of School Thefall term at Berea has opened with a larger attendance of students from eastern Kentucky than usual People are waking up to tile fact that the fall is the time to study People who look ahead have gotten their work somewhat out of tho way mud a little money laid by and are tending their sons and daughters whore they can improve It is a gladsome sight to see BO natty young people gathered for chapel worship and going and com ng through tho beautiful grove in which the college buildings stand Sever before huvo the students en eyed their work so well not only in the classroom but in the various loops and on the farm And still they are coming Everyday we may see u father going to the Treasurers ollice with his civil Jren to arrange for their hoardand studies Every day wo may see crave young mon and women coming on their own account to seek an education Many more will be here luring the next two weeks There are two kinds of young who night to bo in school this fall The first set consists of young people who are not going to school at all They are doing more or less work nit are really largely idle andwast ing their time If they knew what enjoyment and profit there is in school life they would bo here Another sot of young people who ought to bo hero lire thaw who are now attending tho district school but have really done all that they can do lucre They go over tho saute stu lies every year or try some of the ulvanco classes without having the proper apparatus for teaching It often happens that two or three big I scholars in a school do real harm there They monopolize tho teach ers attention mid keep him from doing justice to tho younger pupils and at tho Maine time they got very little good themselves What they need to do is to strike out for u largo school whore they can meet new teachers and take up now studies And the time to start for school is Ow Enforcement of Liquor Law A grunt deal of liquor has been brought into town this summer mid affairs have reached such u condition thud drastic measures have leeomo necessary Last Saturday K B Doe colored and May Mitchell white were arrested and fined liOeaoh and given ten days in jnil This is only the beginning of an effort to restore the former conditions in our town Tho law under which the above mentioned uieu were fined and im prisoned is Article 2of nn Amend ment to Section 2567of the Kentucky Statutes which reads us follows It shall bo unlawful for any per son to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another any spirituous vinous or malt liquors or to have in his possession spirituous vinous or mull liquors for the purpose of selling them In any territory where said act is iu force and any IMSFHOU HO offending shall bo fuel not letw than fiftynor more than ouo hundred dollars and imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days PENCIL IN THE APPENDIX It Had Remained There Two Yearl Before It Was Removed Chicago Sept ZAt tho county hospital a pencil was removed front the appendix of Robert Manners 24 a baker The pencil five Inches In I length and sharpened at one end tuna round Imbedded In the appendix Tho patient explained to the physician att ar the operation tbnt a friend of hU two years ago had bantered him to thrust a pencil down his throat as for as it would go He put It down so far that1t slipped from his lingers It had caused him no trouble until re cently Tho physicians say that Han Hers will recover In a short time Car Mutt Be Screened Jackson Use Sept 27At a con erenoe of the executive committee of hs state health board and the govern ir a resolution wee adopted requiring Itat all passenger coaches u ed In ther- otate local or through must be close- tI screened Bacon Resigns His Position New York Sept 711 wu an tounood that Robert Bacon who be tomes drat assistant secretary of state at Washington Ootober 1 baa roetgn ed from the directory and finance com- mUteD of the United States Steol Cor oration I Naval Academy Quarantined AnnapoHa Md Sept TOn ac mount of tho prevalence of typhoid over and diphtheria at the naval aca lorry a rigid quarantine has been oa abllihed and no midshipmen axe allowed to leave the ground VI Alarm HeClara I wont to ask you A ques Ion She Tills U so sudden lle- I know but I cant stand It any longer The fact Is one of the legs of your chair Is on uiy foot and 1 was going to ask you If you would kindly remove It- 1rrrrrritrrKrkrrrrrKKrrtrrr t 200 BUSHELS SEED RYE t For sale at market price Phone 44 E T FISH litsititetllitR ititkttitkAilltitAitiftQ ikkkkKKkkkkKkkkkkkkKKkKKKKgKkkkKKKkkkkKKkkkKkkKKKKKKr IWe fith t i Have ItL- 1i i a k gThcre is a right smart bit of satisfaction in yL J knowing where to got a thing when you want it IOf course we dont keep everything but there arc jj S mighty few things found in any drug store that we 5 J dont keep and the beauty is you get whnt you 5 twnntnot something just as good r k 01tiTIrtplatt whtrc Purity it Paramount Q k t kkk StkR7eit elrta7e5lte7ele 17e1rkQltSeitkUieielew7ekHk t e kkietrkSt- ilaDo You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You Wouldnt miss the small amount it would tnke to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Cnn write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK 0000000000000000000000090000000000000000 0 So w- I 0- o S i- S 0 0 0 0- o i Well Pursed Women Io 0- o o o- As o well as those who must adorn themselves more econom 0 ically wish to supply their wants at the lowest possible s o price consistent with the quality and style of the goods 0 In Dress goods we can show you as fine an assortment a- o as was evor shown in Berea Our line of Silk and Woolen e 0- i Shirt Waistings is exceptionally finesi Our Notion department Ts the most complete in Town Call and be convinced o- S S 0 o 0- o S0 1 C J Hanson coi0 o 0- o 0 0 0 o 0 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000 f WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Paragraph of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings of the Government or flelals Crimes and Casualties and Other Notes of Gsn oral Interest Attar a porlod ot severe Illnoss last- Ing two months John M Hamlltoi former governor pt Illinois died In Chi ongo lie had been In III health for Hsvoral years BxGov Hamilton waa born In Rlchwood Union county 0 May 28 184- 7Flflynlno cases of typhoid fever e- xIt among the convicts in the stat penitentiary at Walla Walla Wash tad now cases nro reported dally The prison has 765 convicts end the on elate fear a much greater epidemic Ttiv supreme lodge Knights and U files of Honor adjourned Comment rating the date on which the ordc was foemded at Louisville In 1877 8e umber 10 will hereafter bt recognise as memorial day by each local lodge In tno arrest of three men on bOArd aStaten Island ferry beat the pollc b lleve they have at last obtained II clew to the mysterious mack Ilan- societyI which for years due terrorise Now York Italian cltltmI The elate of Alabama raised Ik tabll1 a few days o JIfllaItlDUe Mist at the Urn ease of Illness wa reported from theroI The natborttte at St Petersburg re elved omelet reports from Uie Slfe f ran coast to the affect that the Japan- cse are pursuing measures which prow te MI result In the ntlaallan of the It liabltanls throughout the Inland of Sal halts north and south The shooting of Wars within Iho clll limits of Duluth Minn has become 80 common of lato that Chief of Polls Troyer detailed two mounted officer to patrol the city to see that his In intcllona lIftlnM Use practice are 011 led out la the Ut r- Aftert protracted Mtons extendln over ante weetu the Norwegian ull Swedish delegates who met at liar to settle the Lrna of separutkalad of the two countries arrivwl at alt agreement on all polm Ten taooMnd bolted em termed on feature af the Wit of fare prepared rflr the Member of the elnbi which wet to WeUheter Pa to take part In the big rep NbU se celebration 01111ICtIrr1 sine the avtimn school tern began Title tae brought on a dleoni ainn of the cowllttoM of school am borne tits and oadearer are ben wade In trees the caoaes of that la- ereu8g feelrten of the ileeire tn live which It lafflrmil the 11000 aul clara of IMS Indicate The fashionable women of Ixmdoi will wear only white furs this eoniln winter The furriers wfndew 1n tilled with white tur The bat whit fox skins coal 490 each so that thDH garment therefrom will not beeotn common cUIof the burning of a number 01 IrUI cars belonging to the rallroa IIcompany during the A n U strike 01 The diplomatic rupture betweo Greece and Roumanla has been con plated by the departure of the Ron inanlan minister from Athens Tho It create of tho Roumanians In Greco have been entrusted to Italy while the Russian legation at Bucharest will guard the Interests of the Greek III Roumanla The Spanish cruiser Cardinal Cl- ineIronic Bxlromdura and Rio Janeiro ar at Vglq Spain with tho cxptx of proceeding to the coast 01 to obtain rcdroas for recon I Moroccan depredations against Span lull ships The grand Jury which has been Ir vettlgallng tho Salmon Salmon bank of Clinton Mo returned Indict taunts on 13 counts against Thomas M Casey former manager of the sank fallItieGeorge W Perkins vice presldcn ot the New York Lifo Insurance Co f and number of ho firm of J 1J Morgan Co was on the wltnowa stand before tho upcelal legislative committee I probing ItiBiiranco companies methods Witness could not explain why atlel the Now York Life had bought H 000000 worth of bonds from J P Mor- Gan Co J2000000 worth should bt sold back to that firm at the sami price within two months and no min ute of the finance committee could b found to explain H- It can now bo stated that the ex change of ratification of the treaty 01 peace between Japan and Russia wit take placo In Washington shortly aft or tho treaty has boon rallfied by the respective sovurolgns r Baron Komuras condition continue to Improve rile convalescence maj be said to bo well established Komii ra Is again thinking of Bturtlug foi Japan and ho will sail from Tacomn on an early stoamor Ell Jordan 107 yenta old is dead in the vcsiKrii part of Ilkn county Ala bam his drmbe being due to the in UrmltloB Of Old age W II Hunt formerly president tho defunct Pan Amorlcan bank of ofI oago was lontencod to the tlary and ordered by Judge Kernttei to pay a fine of 208- Tho North Carolina Pino Lumber as soclatlon Increased tho price ail grados of lumber dressed and In through 76 cents on 1000 Poet nrnklni lumber higher than ever known In the south novo Paul Matthews of Cincinnati was olooted bishop coadjutor of the Milwaukee Episcopal diocese on the 16th ballot having received the not ossary majority of both tho clerlcu and lay votes Tho band of tho Second regiment National Guard of California Is to bIJ mustered out owing to the fact that It refused to parade on Memorial day III Sacramento because there was a nun union band In line At Dellovllle III three persons won seriously Injured and It Is believed tha nearly 200 ware more or teas painfully hurt by the collapse of a band SUM during a carnival and street fair Ono of the blggoat coal operators In tho Scranton Pa region declared uii hesitatingly and for publication tba tho operators will not under any con sldoratlon rant the demand of the mine qJkrra for nn olght hour day and they proioo to agree only that the present agTttamant shall bll continuedPaddy Hultt and J n nioekburn both white men aged about 38 Yuan Iron workers on the new railroad terminal station In UMhlngton were Ml ed while walking on the truck by bi tog struck by an engine The plant of the Anchor Sliver Plate Co St Paul was totally destroyed b ire The lass l estimated at ISOOMI While waiting to meet his wife H I the 83d street station of the lllltHjl Central railroad Chicago W P Appls yard vperlntend l of the Pulltnai Co wee ran down and hilled by till locomotive drawing the tram on whlcl his wife was returning from an eat era trip Through streets crowded with whit robed Koreans and tined by Ute Imps rill bony guard standing at preeeni arms Mis Alice Roocevelt riding III the Imperial yollow palanquin triton phantljr progressed from tho rallroai station In Sooul to the American toga tlon Coy Vardaman denounced the ffrjull able for refusing to pay premium ot his policy lie said I shall not pj this prenHnra hut rather think that I shall permit Uie policy to forfeit u4 become voW With sensational eeddenneer President George M Meller of Carriage and Wagon Workers Union No 4 who II being tried at Chicago with 11 other union odleiala and members on a charge of criminal conspiracy withdrew a plea of not guilty and enter a plea of guilty That ISUOM hoe been paid by the New York Life Insurance Co to Andrew A Hamilton of Albany that n Two pasiMHger were killed anti cl Injured by a train wreck on the South em faith near Harnoy Nev The eMwrer of Korea for Iho flrol time during his reign lunched wltti foreigners flrat giving an atidloncc to MUM Allen RooMtvnll and Mr Adra Train American Mlntaler Morgan eacorted MhM Roosevelt to the ban Beet hall where they sat together The crown and Imperial princes and other members of the party ware die trlbutxl at smell tables with mom hers of the ministry und generate ol the army Archbishop John J Glennon head of the Catholic archdiocese of 8t loula who has been abroad for two months returned bringing with him plans tot tho erection of a 1000000 cathedral Tho Sovereign Grand lodge of Odd Follows at tholr annual communion hind under consideration the queeUor of tho liquor tramc as being a bar 10 membership In tho organization The report which was read by Roprosonta five Goudy and later approved by the body in session decides In brief that no one can remain a member of a lodge who Is engaged In the liquor bunlnesi In any way unless ho wu a member and ao engaged and has been contlnu ally since the first ruling was mado at tho 1895 convention at Atlantic City Gen Merteia Khal Persian mlnlstei I to the United States and Mexico hast arrived at Mexico City He speaks fa vorable of the prospect for a permanent exposition of Mexican and Amor loan goods in Teheran A conference of representatives cl the Armenians and Tartars under ih I presidency of Prince Louis Napoleon governor general of the Caucasus hat just been concluded during which the prinplcal conditions of an entente wen agreed upon It Is learned from unquestionable au thortly that Attorney General Mood will resign from the cabinet next spring and that Secretary of tho Navy Charles J Honapartc will then be transferred to the department of jus tlce as attorney general The proposed amendment to tho Odd r Follow constitution to exclude from the order all persons who are engaged In the liquor traffic was tabled by the grand lodge Fusion between tho democrats and populists of Nebraska was effected by Iho nomination by bolh state conven tlons of an Identical ticket An extra work train on tho Cairo dl r vision of the lllg Four railroad ran Into the rear end of an extra freight train at Swnngo 11111 flvo miles south I of Paris 111 Four men were Injured one fatally The strike of the chain machine miners In the Chicago and Alton sub dlslrlcts HI In which 1800 miners were effected was broken when Dive man mlAeirn 300 In number voted to return to work Judge Rason announced that he would not be able to glvo his decision In the TagRnrt divorce case until Sat today September 30 Yellow fever report on the 2V Net I cases 21 total to date 2831 deaths 2 total 307 now foci 8 under treatment 2S8 John Wulworth postmaster at Nat olios Ml for the past four years anrf formerly collectbr of customs for tho Pearl river district died of yellow ft vor Ho was lice only son of Maj Douglas Walworth former editor Jf the Natchor Democrat Friends of George B Ixironz of Tc lodo now serving a sonlonce In tbe Moundsvllle W Va penitentiary ror complicity with A W Machon and otors In an altompt to defraud Iho got eminent In the postal scandal cues will make application to Prosldon Roosevelt for a pardon for him The report of tho commissioner or pensions for the haunt year endlni July 1 last shows that during the yea there wore 4C9S5 allowances under the old ago disability order of March IS 1904 At Conway Ark Frank Drawn a negro was taken from Jail to Ihtt out skirls of the town and banged by a mob rho negro was held for D IaultI- ng a Mrs Lawrence killing her six yoarold and stubbing her baby daughter Prosecution of tho railroads for vlo lallon of Iho Illldn law rolutlng to re batoe will follow the conviction of Hi four official of Sahwarzsahlld Suh berger for conspiring to receive re bates in the conduct of the packln business Some one desecrated the esculcheoi of the American consulate at Ci atui Ens Cuba An Investigation of lite matter Is being rigorously conducted State Health Officer Tabor of Texas has declared a quarantine against all Cuban parts effective at once lit cause of the prevalence or socallei dengue lever at Havana and In otk er parts of the Island After au weeks duration the strap of the union printers at Albany N Y for an olghthour day has ended wit the yielding of all the employing prix lore All have now signed the agree mont whloh takes offect January 1 1006 Rufus ninyon a negro was hangs at Anlnwre I T for the murder of his eightyearold stepdaughter flvi year ago- Motor car No 2 received Its offida teet by the Union Pacific railroad mak- Ing a trip of G2 mllos during the course of which It readied a maxImum speed of 012 miles an hour Miss Alleo Roo vott and ladles of her party attended a womens lunchooi at the palace in Seoul Korea Om the emperors consort who was hot proposed a toast lo Miss Rouse volt J Pierpont Morgan Is practically In control ot the Cincinnati Hamilton 2 Dayton railroad The national council of Retail Coq Association and the National Anthra cite Merchants association In Joint meeting at Buffalo voted to oppose tit HeehTownMnd bin Charges of fraud nihmppllentton of trait funds and attempt to transte assets to another concern are made In a Suit for receiver and accounting led against preeent and former omelets of the Western Life Indemnity 06 aoa assessment Insurance association or Chicago Tho motorman was killed and 15 passengers Injured In a collision on the the Hudson Albany Klerlrtn railway nt Nassau N Y whoa a passenger train ran Into a milk car DocatiBo of thulr proteased ndmlra lion for tho naval record of Rr Adm Francis T Howie U S N retired robbers returned to the admiral property they bad loken from his borne In Doston Uaron Rosen the German mlnl tar to Morocco and n Rovoll French representative who have been In ohargi of the nogotlatlons In regard to th coming conference on Moroccan attain made an announcement that they bavi reached an agreement on all tho prin clpal points In which they have beet at conference Wm Ellis a negro suspected of haY ing committed halt a dozen murder In as many different states has broker down when In a sweat box by tit Birmingham Alit police and con teased to two of the murders Yin Tchang the Chinese mlnltcr al Berlin has been recalled and will be appointed to a command In the army under Con Yuan Slit Kal viceroy d Pcchlll Two prisoners In the calaboose a- Rising Sun Ind took advantage 01 Sheriff Harry Rumps absence and with the aid of a poker dug their way through the jails two foot wall lo liberty Moses Lovern a negro was taker from tho city jail at Williamson W Va by a mob and carried across tin Tug river into Kentucky For almos half au hour the frenzied gang beat the helpless negro with clubs lie was re turned to jail but will die The latest telegrams received at Hs ann Indicate that the presidential elections have resulted In a complete victory for the government throughout the Island Col Cornelius T Wcslbrook one ol the best known Grand Army veterans In New York statd died at the Middle town State hospital where he was taken several years ago Audobon Boy equaled the worlds record for pacing held by Star Point or at the Rcadvlllo trotting park tray cling an exhibition mile In l534 Tho charred remains of Lula Wise a negro woman and her four children were found In the smoking ruins of bet home near Jacksonville Fla whlcl was burned There Is evidence of foul playTen members of tho Louisville baseball team who wore hurt In a street car accident In Kansas City August 31 brought suit against the Metropolitan Street Railway Co of that cltr for damages aggregating 53000 THE ANNUAL MESSAGE The Piosideiit Is Devoting Con I sidcrablc Time To It Important Topics Are Federal Regula tion of Insurance Relations With Venezuela and Americas interests In San Domingo Oyster Hay I I Sept 26111e president U devoting considerable tins cock day now to work on his annual message to congress For some time he has been assembling data for the message but since the adjournment of tho peace conference he has boon writ Ing the data Into definite form The message will not be completed until some time early In November because cabinet will have to supplymaterial for discussion of the work of lila department This Infot motion will be contained in the annual reports of tin cabinet officers whirl have not boon completed Three topics highly Important at till time to the American people will be dlcuse by the president In ltla mss saga They are federal rogulatloni and supervision of life Insurance tit relation between this country am Venezuela and Americas Interest In tho fiscal affairs of the government of Santo Domingo- Other Important subjects naturally wilt be considered among them the scandals dlsototed In the department of agriculture and the Interior the work at the department of justice li tho bf trust cases the regiilntloi of railroad freight rates tho progress nsntfe In the construction of the Pants am eanal and the conclusion of peace between llussia and Japan BIG FIRE IN BUTTE Loss Estimated at 1000000 In the Heart of the Business District Butte Mont Sept 5Flre cans lag a loss estimated at one million dot lava consulted the entire business por lion ot Ifntte lying between the Shu dale block and Uoushaw alley on the lOath side of West Park street and partially destroyed the public library The tire call was turned In at 840 At noon the fourstory Symon store was a muse of flames and the public IHirary and other places wore turning Simultaneously At 1 oclock Mayo MoeGlanls announced the fire undei controlSome of the losses follow Blocks totally destroyed Mauls York Bar rett Woodworth Ogden The follow Ing are among the estimated losses Symonds store Maude and York blocks owned by the New York Really Co 000000 library building 70000 Walkover Shoe Co 10000 Ofiileu block total loss Atlantic sa loon 10000 BOMB EXPLOSION Four Minor Chinese Officials Klllc and Over 20 Others Wounded Peking Sept 6At the Pelting railway station Sunday as a train carrying one of the four missions or tiered abroad to study foreign political methods was leaving a bomb was Exploded Inetde a private cur Wlllnj four minor official and wounding over 20 other persons Tho wounded in elude Prince Tsai Tsche who heads the mot Important missions and Wu Ting Fang former minister to the United States both of whom received slight Injuries The perpetrator of the outrage who was in the car was blown to pieces Tho affair has created a profound sensation and causes apprehension regarding the safety of members of the court and leading officials of the government The government offices and the rail ways are now strongly guarded BANKERS CONVENTION Extensive Preparations Being Made For Their Entertainment Washington Sept 25 Government officials are cooperaUng with the local commlttee in arranging for the annual convention of the American Bankers association October 1013 An execu live committee composed of prom neat Washington bankers has been busy for several weeks preparing an elaborate program for the entertains ment of the visitors John Jay Edson president of the Washington Loan and Trust Co and chairman of the execu tive committee says reports indicate that fully 4000 bankers will be hero and that preparations are being made to entertain alt that come If they should exceed that number Strength Tests Annapolis Mil Sept 25General strength tosls which have been applied by the medical authorities of tho naval academy to the 230 now midshipmen shows that Charles F Chambers of Stoubenvllle 0 Is the stronger member of the class his total strength being represented by 1106 kilos Leo Carey of Suow Hill Md Is second with 1054 kilos Both are members of Iho football squad Western League Championship Omaha Neb Sept 26The West ern League baseball season closed with two games each at Omaha Sioux City and Des Moines The championship went to the Des Moines club which has had a sate load for two months Burled With Military Honors Richmond Va Sept 2GThe body of exGov Charles T OFarrell WM comuilllcd to the earth wllh full mill tary honors The funeral escort con elated of seven state guard organiza lens STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r DEATH WON AT LAST- A Woman Made a Strenuous Fight For Life With Violet Leaves Dayton Sept 20Mrs W II McCormick died at her home Fourth am Vine streets of abdominal cancer Ito Mae which was a rather remarlcabli one has attracted considerable alien lion In the medical world Over a year ago she was given up to dlo by ill physicians who were called In fa consultation It was then that Mr McCormick learned of the violet IlaC cure and treatment was begun Tea Df the leaf was administered regularly cud In a abort while the patient show d marked Improvement The intone pain ceased and In the course of a fat monlhs she was able to get about al most as well as ever A few days ago he suffered a relapse resulting In bftr death HIS FORMER NURSE Gen Sydney J Gates Will Take Her As His Wife Louisville Ky Sept 22 Sydney J Gates general agent of the Dig For railroad Is to be married In October to Mho Mattlo Moore Austin a num who attended him during a recent JU nell at the Norton Infirmary Mi Gates was In the hospital for the purpose cf having an operation perforate on one of his eyes MUs Austin wa placed in charge of the railroad man and before his recovery was nenrl completed cupid came along and three weeks ago when Mr Gates hn the hospital the nurse hall promise to become his wife MlM Ausli cometi from a prominent Lewlsburg Va study STIFF SENTENCES GIVEN Negro Boys Pleaded Guilty To Robbery and Arson Scotlsvlllo Ky Sept 20Sherllt Bradoy and his deputy returned fron Bowling Green with eight negro boys who were taken there from this conn ty on August 2 for the robbery am burning of the Bryant block on Juni 28 They entered a plea of gulty Walter label and Will Hughes recelv ed 26 years In the penitentiary Lucien Isbell and Ed Petty each five and Lan Dunn one year Bonnie Bowers Clarence label and Clevo Harston will appear for sentence Wednesday THE POOLROOM CASES A Motion Made To Advance Them In the Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky Sept 21ln th court of appeals Wednesday a motion was mado by Attornoy General Hay to advance the Covlngton poolroom cases of Resposs Bore and Davota against the commonwealth and boat thorn with the Enright cases now un dor submission Attorneys Myers and Byrne objected to advancing the case at this time and the court took the matter under advisement Property For Depot Lexington Ky Sept 20By the purchase here of two pieces of prop orty at a cost of 148000 the Union De pot Co has removed the last obstacle standing in the way of erecting hers the proposed new union depot to ac commodato trains of the Louisville A Nashville the Lexington Easterr and the Chesapeake Ohio railroads Brakeman Killed Ludlow Iy Sept 21oale Green 23 brakeman for the Cincinnati Southern railway was found lying on the tracks In the Ludlow yards with bott legs crushed He was picked up by the crew of a Q C passenger train He died about two hours after being received at the hospital Green was married and lived oh Elm street A Rush For Screens Newport Ky Sept 22 Newport manufacturers of screen doors ant window screens who make twothlnli of these articles used In the country are working night and day turnln out orders for the south owing to the yol low fever epidemic One firm bas enough orders from three states U keep It going for six months New Companies Incorporated Frankfort Ky Sept 23Tho fol lowing new companies filed Incorpora tlon articles with the secretary Pine vllle Water Supply Co 20000 liar rodsburg Trust Co 30000 Kentuck Hardwood Lumber Co of Wayne coun ty 30000 Cain Martin Machine Co of Louisville 3000 Burnedf Bowling Green Ky Sept 21The hotel Chalybeate Springs near here burned One lady guest Is reported to have lost a set of pearls worth 2000 The 20 guests came to this city and boarded trains for home Garrison Is Growing Fort Thomas Ky Sept 23owlnlC to thb number of new recruits which are steadily arriving at Fort Thomas the actual strength of the garrison is now 24 officers and 504 enlisted men Thorn are 32 general prisoners servo Ing sentences Charged With Making Oleo Covington Ky Sept 23Honry Gadkor aged 19 of 499 Pike street was arraigned before Federal Coniml sionor John Menzles on a charge 01 manufacturing oleomargarine He wus released on 1500 bond CENSUS REPORTS 1 Some Interesting Facts In Regard Ii Covington Given Out Covlngton Ky Sept 21The report of the United States census bureau tot 1902 and 1903 that has just been Is sued gives some very startling facts concerning Covlngton that are not gen orally known Covington at that time had a population of 44769 with an area of 1 6095 acres Thero are 193 licensed saloons The public library is credited with having 7017 volumes which Is less than any city In Its class and in these years there were 8G08S withdrawals of books which Is more than any other city of Its class Cov lngton had 310 fire hydrants and 4X7 miles of water mains It Is lighted by 327 arc lights 28 Incandescent and 419 other lamps It has 615977 square yards of paved streets and 268 miles of sewers The following Is the actual property of the city Waterworks 1 602500 market houses 22000 wharf 5000 city hall 285000 firehouses 88000 hospital 16000 jail 101 000 j school 326000 library 125 000 miscellaneous 42000 A FATAL KISS Father Accidentally Broke His Little Daughters Neck Gravel Switch Ky Sept 83Jason Cbumbier u resident of this county returned home to visit his wife and child Upon his arrival he grasped his sixyearold ooughler by the chin to kiss her lifting tier head back The little one sank to the ground dead A physician found that her nock had been broken by hOr father The father Is almost erased over the strange occur rence whoreby his caress was turned Into a death blow for his only child whom he dearly loved WESTERN NATIONAL BANK It Will Be Reopened For Business on October 3 Louisville Ky Sept 22 Monday September 25 has been fixed for the payment of the 2 23 per cent assessment on the stockholders of the West ern National bank which was recently closed by order of the controller of Ilia currency The assessment amounts to 250000 and furnishes the necessary amount to cover Indebtedness to depositors and other creditors and to provide the necessary surplus for ro ftiimlng business Tho bank will reopen on October 3 A KENTUCKY BATTLE One Man Was Killed and Another Mortally Wounded Sparta Ky Sept 23News roach od here from New Liberty of a battle In which one man was killed and an other mortally wounded John M Og den shot and killed his son in law Richard Marksberry and also mortally wounded Marksborrys brother The killing Is said to havo occurred over the settlement of a 7 debt Ogden left immediately after the shooting ani has not been arrested Grocer Hanged Himself Louisville Ky Sept 23 Suddenly becoming Insane from the effects of a fracture of the skull received whoa a boy of 15 Frank Brown wellknown as a retired and well to do grocer of the cast end arose at his accustomed hour went Into the barn in the rear of his home 1713 Baxter avenue and hanged himself from a rafter Shot By a OneLegged Man Lexington Ky Sept 23DUJ Bogl v 38 was shot and fatally wounded by Jimmy Kane of about the same age in the saloon of Ed Martin on VIOl street Bogle It Is alleged was malt- Ing for Kane who has but one leg with a beer bottle when Kane drew his revolver and shot him three Umes A Generous Offer Frankfort Ky Sept 22 Twelvo Fiankfort physicians have offered to serve a month each as penitentiary physicians for nothing if the salary of the prison physician would be paid for that period to the widow of the lato Dr Tobin The prison committee has taken no action Burley Men Incorporate Lexington Ky Sept 22Wlth the filing of articles of incorporation by the Burley Tobacco Growers of Ken tucky and Ohio the fight made for Ito past two years to wrestcoutrol of the Burley tobacco from the American Tobacco Co seems to be an assured su Less Kentucky Railroads Indicted Frankfort Ky Sept 23The Franklin county grand jury returned 54 In dictments against railroads for falling to make reports to the railroad com mission of accidents where deaths roe suited to passengers or employes State Confederate Reunion Louisville Ky Sept 21The Ken tucky State Confederate reunion will be held at the Confederate home Pe wee Valley Thursday October 2C ot 11 a m The date and place hays boen agreed upon by tho four brlgadur generals of Kentucky Sheriff Hollands Trial Paducah Ky Sopt 22The trial ot Sheriff Wnllpr pollard of Murray fur killing Hardy Keys IB Ret for Septem bar 28 at llonton Marshall county anew trial having boon granted hint 4t the last term of court IitIMIi IIII II IIII IIItI111- 1o G 1 III IIlt I I I I Eastern Kentucky News llo correspondence published unleu signed In full by the writer Tile name Is not for publlcatJolI but u an ni4tDce ot rood WIll Write plata- lyH4dl11W LI I I t11tttE11Ftt1ftiIt11t1ih WHITLEY COUNTY Tho Editor visited Willlnmsburg ovor Sntunlay and Sunday and hat II tho pleasure of meeting manyold friends and swing tho most marked ovidoucos of progress and prosperity Corbin twelve yonrs ago but a June tion with a fow Boattoring houses i now n prosperous nail busy town will a freight yard containing forty mites of track Tho whore line from thor to Tennessee is a continuous coal mino with stations at vary short intor vals Tho L and N II R is spend hug a million dollars on strnigbteuinj amt improving tho grade of its tracks and the wnrk is being hasten ed by largo gangs of men in movable camps Willinmsburgh is claimed by its citizens as tho best and most progressive I town in the mountains and other towns must make a good showing if they desiro to contest the claim Two thriving schools stone paved sidewalks electric lights n growingwatorworks system and woll furnished and busy mercantile es tablishmonts are some of tho evi dences of prosperity Highland Normal Collogo fornuorly Williams burgh Academy under tho euro of Professor Hill lately of Boron is in a thriving and prosperous condition with two hundred and sixty students and seventeen officers and teachers Its prosperity is particularly pleasing to the Editor for of its early days he was a part A largo and convenient school building is going up on tho site of tho Ladies hull lately do stroyed by firo- Williamshurgh Institute is erecting a now Boarding halt and seems to bo enjoying its share of tho general prosperity Tho greatest improve mont however in tho twelve years that have passed since the Editor loft tho place is tho evident harmony and desire ol all to work together for tho welfare of tho community With such a spirit Williamsburgh is bound to hold preeminence over any com inanity that hns a divided spirit among its citizens JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Sopt 26Tho people of the viol nityare foddering Mrt James Williams of Clover Bottom has boon severely ill but under tho oaro of Dr Robinson is slowly im proingJ R Durham ww on the sick list last week and had to miss school Died last Friday Aunt Catherine Clemmons She Jldorseveral years been a victim to cancer which caused her death She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss She was eightyfive years of ngoRov Wm Powell and others preached some warm sermons at this place last Saturday and Sun day and got ono addition to tho church Miss Emma Johnson She is to be baptized the foutth Sunday in noxt month in time waters of South Fork Preparations are being matte for building a church house at Sand j Gap Eightyfive dollars wore ptmri was tho guest of Miss Anna Powell last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Martha Brockmnn of Hamilton 0 visited at J R Durhams last Friday She will return to Hamilton nex- tSuncayMiss Sarena Kerby and brother Harvey and Nathan Wil liams and family were guests of J R Durham last Saturday night and Sunday Millard Clemmons of this place and Miss Anis MoKiney of Rock Lick wore Thurs day May their futureas bright and happy as it now promises to be Mr Andrew Sloan and wife of Birch Lick attended church at this place yesterday Miss Lillio Isaacs of Lexington is visiting relatives at this place Win Williams and wife are visiting relatives at Bear Wallow E E Durham attended the Land mark Association at Panola last week Subscribe for TUB CITIZEN OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Sept 22TlIE CITIZEN should bread d by all who want tho news of tho dayDavid Deeds who left hors some two months ago for the wild and woolly west reports having killed one deerTho low and husky sound of tho gritter can bo distinctly hoard from almost every household W II Vouable was in Boonovillo yes terday Burgoyne Botnor of this place has just returned from a trip to replenish his stock of goods Misses Nettie and Alice Treadway of Paint Lick are visiting friends and rolativos in Owsley county at present Miss Eva Troadwny who has been staying at Beattyville for some time returned home SundayThe Sum mers stave mill is nearing completion and work will begin soon We will i then have two mills with a daily thousandiBurvillo Thursday Henry Vonablo was nt Hoidlebtirg last week on bushiest Floyd Price who has boon lu Cleveland 0 fop some time return ed homo a tow days nga0ur undorsml1l1n go 11Il1 II o RetCh FLOYD Sopt 2811o are having fliu weather for saving fodder this full Prof W A E Cnmpboll passed through hero Saturday on his way to Buffalo to preach Miss Curt Is down ut tho lower school planning for a Childrens Day Sunday This school did not get H part C IL Moore had n fodder putllmig Friday Wo are having a ouimdurnbl amount of talk over the mantra to race at this place C B Moore niu Wm Huff orb tho candidates Tin timo is coming when tin R opIe will have to reform our polities The nominees for county olllees nil have opposition The people will do tholr country and thcimwlrm a furor and justice if they will support the regu Jar nominees LETCHER COUNTY MAYKING Sopt 26Mr A F Webb died a few days ago at his hone He bares friends and relatives to mourn ld- slossM M Holbrook has just re turned homo from Norton Va with goalsMrs Nannie Croft is on tho sick list this weekS E Adams Is also sick this weokMr Blaine plants nnd Miss Battle Adams woro at II n Crofts Friday on a visit Change in Po 0 Hours On and after October 1st the Post Office will be open from 7 a m to 7 p m instead of 6 a m to 6 p m as formerly The time of closing noon mail 1330 will remain the same as formerly but evening mail will be locked out at 7 p m prompt- S G HANSON P M Shall We Allow Saloons In Barea It is an open seorot that a petition is being circulated asking for In election on till question of allowing snlooos in Berea AIt similar motion was lost about ten years ago fourteen to one one of two things must be true Either the forces that prefer liquor poverty and gun play have increased or some are being led away by the ridiculous plea that saloons will make business more lively As to thofirst it may be true to a slight degree but no sensible mat is likely to declare his honest con viction that the increase in population in our city has been an increase in only the baser elements Then the dependence of those who are circulating the petition in upon the indifference or deception of those wlo stand for morality is the community If any one thinks it would increase the business of the placo to have saloons oh our streets ho is greatly It might increase the nuinbor of those who loaf around our streets but such would not spend money for real goods Thoy hnvo Jittlo enough for groceries and other necessaries now but if this little should be spent for rroollrotheirwould give credit to a saloon loafer How much do those who spend their time around tho few snspioious re sorts now in tho place spend in tho stores today r Then are you being deceived you Who lire asked to put your armies to this petition r Do ou think it will not be known r When that petition bus been presented it will become a part of the public records and time public has a right amp will have u desire to know who asks for saloons in u College community Gentle men think a moment Which do you prefer a quiet peaceable moral people will south their children in confidence that they will bo free from unwholesome in I fluence or a community to which all time bad men of tho surrounding country will tome to tank up and fight f Will a school community or a saloon community afford you the most pleasure and profit r Think it over and act according to your con viction Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profes sion Road tho display advertisement pf the six Morse Schools of Tele I graphy In this issue and learn how easily a man or lady may learn tolographyand bo assured a position DR R C Bows DENTIST Cnnirr Main nml llronilnny 11IIUHA KY At IAtu sia 1111111 axrl Tutrfar FOR SALE Ono Poland China Brood Sow Pearl No 180270 OPCU Sired by Victor Chief No 47001 niu out of nunuty No 71081 Also ono Bear and two Sow Pigs out of Poor nnd sired by Kentucky Per fection No 20S05 CPOK Onll on or address G T SPKNOEK I30ron Ky t Farm for Sale Jtfarmgood barn mid outbuildings About tun acres in timber nil of tho Imluncii in grass good water for hour and stock 0TarlHBtitg good ordinal amid small fruits Nqnr school ulitirch mid post otHca good mills mll hank within ono milo This properly am bo taught right Call oil orndflram- J It COHNELISON Mndtsou Oo Wnco Ky L f FOR RENT t Rooms for runt well located amid ventilated Enquire of C C Hindu TAKEN UP Taken up as a stray ono pale yellow oow Owner unit hnn wine by proving property and laying charge W J TATCTM kororotttorolrostorororosdaartox boa GOOD STORIES b- r i b ALL THE COLLEGE NEWS g Q r ohr11 a o aQ A Bright Clean and PreertMitve m I Newspaper o 0r 0 4 0 PublUhtd Every Thursday b 4 0 boo Three Months Twenty Five Cts it 01 o p 0 Tho homo talks are inter 0 estotl in Boron fo ooo It is HB good as R letter to 0 o them std less trouble to you o- 0lOil0 e0i0A0it0il0ilOg0i10t- 0itORDizzy Spells And backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean you aro bilious Biliousness Is caused by a badly disordered or inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxat- iveSyrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver relnYI orates and strengthens it and restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonder ful remedy has been demonstrated In thousands of instances and it will work wonders In cleansing and setting your whole system aright Its good effects are permanent- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request weal briar by return mall our new booklet DR CALUWKLLH nOOK OP WONDRKt and tree sample to those who have never tried this wonderful remedy Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO- i Montloello Illinois For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY S R BAKER Dentist I Omen o lrlnUnlt omee BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to t Teeth exlMM il wlthwil rIn gMutofouM PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street fierce Ky Real Estate 1 have quito a nuinbor of building lots amid some improved property hl Boren for solo Also farm mid Urn bar lands in Madison UookoMtli antI Estill Comities I Him have two good farms with store house upon them and good stand for wiling goods Any ana desiring wioh property should evil on Idle J P BICKNELL Borne lid L R McSwain Shoe and Harness Repairing Ladles Shoo Httpjiiring M Specially All work 0111 for and ddhmwl within oily litho PHONE 5- 6Monuments URNS HEADSTONES STATUARY orGranite and MantleMo- mimonlfjl work ol nil kinds dono in n workmanlike ntminur at mtsoiMbl Iirimts nnd with dtejifitcli All our work is gimrHiitotal Golden Flora RICHMOND KY V oriicr of Main amid Collins Strecita FOR SALE OR RUNT Fiftytwo none on the Big lUll Pike 20 acres in gates and about 1Iacres iindwoullivntJoit Good and garden E E BROOKMAN lug 11111 Ky FOR SALE A few fnhJ THoy Cows Apply to J W IIKHNDON three miloa from Boron on tho Richmond Pike 0 5000 TGLEaRAPHGRS = rNEEDED 6rIJNU MIN anti IAIHKHuf WMN iMWU So I LEARN TELEGRAPHYA- ND I R R ACCOUNTING OJIallilaUeon 1 are the largest excliulve Trligmph hnoln IN TUB WIIQUI HotubllhII vnr and MidorwO Ujr all lewlInK lUllwny itlhriuK We exMWle a ttAO Bmul to prrr I into htrnlsh titan or her a Mtlllolll vi lug tram tai to taxi a m nth In stateI HMft tin Itrakv Muuiatalnsaid from tea to liooatiuinti in Bt IM wt tof the lboklseimme llah iy inns irmluHlIon iiUCTnrnlrr at any time No ws Iota Pair lull wear iUn rrgan11ne any of our Seliool write direct to oor pxeciitiTp omeeatRltielimatlo rsfkgnutree The Morse School of Telegraphy I tn nnaUOhb iIuKab N Y Atlanta Ge A Lr vI- Tbcatkana Tx tau Frftllokooo1 R Son lething for Students IW l 1 Pictures worth looking at Come nnd see titer i IItf Illi W PUBLIC SALE Saturday Sept 30 05 I will offer at Public Sale at Depot my Big Stock of General Merchandise In small lots or anyway to suit purchasers Must have money TERMS WILL BE CASH Will oleo offer for sale privately my Store House Lot and- Dwellingas good A location as there is in Berea Store Room is 102 feet longalso side remand good dwelling over head Also one good Building Lot 80x195 feet Nice lawn fence around it Also ono Lot adjoining containing one Building boxed and covered two story 30x30 feet Also has ao good iced stalls on lot Most suitable place in town for the hundreds of wagons coming to this place My sales amounted to 51600000 in 1904 A Pe SETTLE Jr- BEREA KY Berea CollegeFOUN- DED 1666 PLAces TIll neST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Toachors and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo ywt Oburw with asrioiillurtt for young men HIM ItaHHtie Sofcnee for young Imlltw TRADE SCHOOLS Quiwntry Printing fTounowork Nurnlng two jtrnw NORMAL COURSES IV oHulrtrW lhRKi oourws loading to County Certificate Stale OtHftontd algid State DTflljltiio ACADEMY COURSES I 8iirytrH lilting for College for biwiiiesa nuil brute COLLEGE COURSES Wtawry Satonttflo Olnmlml leading to lkeooalaureate duguss MUSIO Oliowl free Bead Oran Vocal Piano Theory We Are hero to jiolp nil who will help thoiimilvm toward a Christina wluonlioii Our luitrtiuttott IB n free gift Stiidonlo pay n small inoldontjil fee to noULexptms0S of the school apart from insiruulioii nnd most also jmy for bmnl in mhnnuo BxiwiiBea for fall torin of M wituks nay IM brought wUhin 2060 Winter torah of 1J ivooks 11700 Spring tirm of 11 weeks 24J1 Poll torn opened September 18 Tho SuhootTl oiidoreod by Baptists OhriflllniiB Dlsdjiloa Congrogn tioiifilielB Alothodists PraebyturhuiH and good xtopluof all tIlnomlnatillns For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky n DR MOFFETTS TEETHING POWDERS ICuresBowtl Troubles of Children of Jlny largo Aids Dlgtillon hICosts Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M DOl St Louis Hi Mother I Hosltato no longor but savo tho health and Ille of your child as thousands havo dono by giving those powders TEErHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes tho effects of tho summers host upon teethingchildren