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HHHH1M I M II HHK BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager T Hlfml at the llqtf at lima Alf MtonJ J rfaM matt matter J- HHHHHHH111 HHIHH VOL VII Fvo cents a copy IDEAS Sunshine Philosophy Lot tho worM IK Iwttor brighter For your having trod Its way Lot your light bo soon from far Ero sinks Ufas little duy My God I thank theo who hast mad Tho earth BO bright So full of splendor and of joy Beauty and light Qo many glorious things nro horo Noblo anti right It is easy enough to IKS pleasant Whoa life goon by like H song nut tho man worth whllo IH tho man who will mnilu When orarything gocn deal wrong IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Hornet and homo racing occupy our metropolitan papers at present to tho gonoral exclusion of other rows New indiotmonlH haro boon pro pared ngsiinnt tho cotton report graft cm Holmes rcoklmtn and Haas IVcklmtn mite loon surrendered by his bondRinon Tho fever flooitM to bo materially nlmled in Now Orleans Tho PresL dnt will inako his visit thoro OH pro powod hut will put that placo last on his list of plates to visit In tho Kentucky rato complaints the ooinmlHMlonorH woro surprised thin week to find tho complaint withdrawn It will doubtless bo de tided that tho complaint in now a pub lic matter and cannot ho withdrawn There seems to bo n great anxiot on tho part of the railroads to keoj out of investigations in regard tt their rates If they have nothing tc fear from such Investigations why flhould they lw afraid to submit their hooks to oommissionors Nicholas Murray Butler PrcmUlonl of Coluiubia Unhornlty says Pul bluntly the situation which confront Ainoriraiim today Is duo to look of moral principle Now statutes nwj lx ncwlwl but now statutes will not nut moral prinaiplo whoro it bo longsr Ghiding of Columbia University says that Insurance ir this country is altogether too costly 110 oitiM time government Insurnuct of Saw Zealand as proving this as section Thoro t 200 will buy nil much innurancu as St00 will bore The not ft what goon to make pos nlbln tho high finance now loin g aired in New York and olouhoru Tho Corn and Alfalfa Special train has made three trips in all thmugh tho northern and woBtorr jMirt of Kentucky It has none much goodas it hRS boon hyOroWdH at everystopping pin nnd tho lectures are good Hut wi still maintain that at least ono trig should have loon made through tin mountain country It is lion that r special knowlotlgu is needed tho most if a farming imputation is to continuo Tho State Development Convon lloti to be held at the Unit house In Loiihvlllo on October 10 11 am 12 should moon nitifli to Kentucky Oust of the chief features of thii invention will bo a rollcall of Ken lucky caunltofl to which a ropresen tative citizen from each county will I Ihoexpected to respond In this roll the chairman will ask for an were to at leant two questions NVha huts your county in n general way it agriculture forestry mineral nnd industrial iiiteroata What does you county need to Improve its proaon condition f Prominent Hpcakora will discuss questions of general am1 special Interest to tho ntale Tin advertising circular states that any developI4 on standing in his name It E NaIsi lr FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great Britain is to ho cougratu hated upon the Anglo Japanese treaty By it Htissia will be barred from n doBcunt upon India as effectually as IIlhowill Koren IKJ kept out of Maneliurii hundred nnd fifty laborer ISixMartinique who had como 10 under contract to work on th canal woro stricken with Panic in Colon harbor nod rofuncd t land Tho French consul pormiadet 1 time majority of thorn to go ashore Ihiltn hundred cud fifty hud to b out of the ship with clubs fiJClllRITho Liberals in Cuba contend that the large government vote can bo ox I Iplllinod only on tho theory of coor They nro considering tin question of sending n commission U Washington to ask for tho roestab lishment of tho American iutorven lion or that time United States guarantees fair elections in tho island II is ono of tho necessities of n repub Mean forum of government to learn tc tako defeat gracefully and try again THE CITIZEN BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER fi 1905 t WiLL HE ADOPT THE BABY I I A DEMURRER FILED The Blanket Snit Asrninst the Old Directors of the Ignitable Assurance Society NEARLY ALL CHARGES ARE DENIED WillsHrlnir Proceeding Against Now York Life Insurance Co The Assets of Manager Rosenfeld of tho Western Life Indemnity Co Ordered Plsaed In Hands of a Receiver Olens Fags N Y Oot 4J A Ko Ion of QtoM nylons na a poNey holder vklll be Kln pfoeMa mia B KIIM Ute New York Idfe In nranee OnM bwauM funds were INiId to the ro oBlieaet elunlJaIJt1 MKiBiHtee by that w III J KelOgK was a oan ildat for emRf M agalMK I HetiH N lWaur sad thus tits money which bo paid as pf mlHMW WM used awln t him poHUeally lit claim Albany N Y Oct 4horsey CIGeneral Mayer reerlwed a copy of a demurrer flied by James H Hyde for itriaHabOasuit UroaRHt by the state Against the iold directors of the company to corn pel restriction of moneys alleged to have been wrongfully converted by the board Tho demurrer together with that of Thomas T Bokert another defendant will be considered by the supreme court at the November term Mr Hyde declares that Boaraotr any of the allegations contain In tho com plaint stAte fame sufficient to consti tute a oauBe of action Rvon If the do murror Is not sustained oonridorallon of it and of powlblo appeals woud do lay the trial of the main notion until nest spring or summer The Legislative Investigation UntorImyor gave out for publication a letter ad to ClmrloA B corntmlUeo In which ho says that ho has advised Mr Hyde that In his opinion the oommlttcc Is without lower or Ju risdiction In which It Is engaged Chicago Oct 4A now upheaval financially took placo as a result of the sensational litigation over the af fairs of tho NYoatarn Life Indemnity Co Tho assets of B 1 Roranfeld gun Jrp1 manager of tho Western Life wore ordered placed In tho hands of a receiver The action was taken In the federal court by Judge S 1L Do thoo who named as the recolvor Edwin C Day Kosonfeld was charged In a bill flied In court Monday with being a trafflokor In and a wreeker hisnown personal profit an disregard for tho rights of policy hold more oStolen Jewels Chicago Oct 4A search Is being jewoole said to bo re ported to have boon stolen In Dublin Ireland more than two weeks ago Tho gems are thought to have been smuggled to this city Escaped From Devils Island Now York Oct 4Eugene RIch ards a French chof was arrested on the charge of being an escaped prisoner from Devils Island one of the prisons of Copt Dreyfus He Is hold for the French authorities The Electrical Strike Rcrlln Oct 4Time electrical work ers strike shows no signs at any point of a settlement being reached Time strike extended to two more factories and tho total number of men now cut- is 38000 IN NEVADA Icense of the New York Life Insur ante Co Revoked Carson Nov Ost fstate Controller and Insurance Oomnttaclonor 8 Pi Davis revoked the HOMM of the Now York late insurance On In this state The following telegram was forwarded to the New York home office by the controllerJohn McCnll Pending the lnvos Ugatlon of the corrupt tnaergeiiment and fraudulent dtapomtB of funds en trusted to your company and as long us yourself and Gaorge Parkins retain omeaa of trust In the management of the New York life Insurance Co tho license 01 the company to do buslnoM ID Ute state of Nevada la hereby re yoked Upon advice of a change of management end satisfactory proof of honest raanagamem the Heense will be reteauad THE ROYAL ARCANUM Protest Against New Assessment Rates Placed In Hands of Authorities Boston Oct 4 Ooansd for the com mittee of the Itajra1 Arcanum members opposing the new Msaaaamant ratas formally plaead thatr protaau In the hands of State iMwimnoe Commission or Cutting The attorneys declare that the action of the aupramo council of the order which they charge IB al most without precedent and whloh will be followed by hardships to members compels them to place tho question before the commissioner whom they have asked to conduct an Invaatlga Uon Tho attorneys Mate that they represent the proteatlng daltigates of the New England and New York Pennsylvania and other states WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS Every State In the Union Represented at Their Convention Now York Oct 4Four hundred delegates to tho National Tiolasalo DniB tilts assocJntlon wpresantlnB every state In limo untrue mot toro In the Stet annual convention of tho or ganisation A letter urging the Wholesale Drug gists association to petition congress for a onecent letter postage rote was received from George D McIntosh chairman of tho postal reform committee of the National Hardware associa lion The druggists will oonsldor this suggestion In the turns of a ronolutlon President M Cary Petor of Louis villa Ky addressed the convention on the relations botwoa the manu facturer and tho whoosalor The re port of Treasurer Samuel B Strong pf CloveAnd 0 showed the receipts of the last year to be 19000 and the expenditures 18000- CHARGED WITH MURDER Mrs Belle Rlgglns and Daughter In Jail at Fort Scott Kan Fort Scott Kan Oct 4Mrs Belle Rlgglns and her daughter Miss Clara Shaw are In jail horo charged with murder in the first degree duo to the death of Mrs Ulgglns sovemyoar old stepson For several weeks It Is charged Mrs Hlgglns and Miss Shaw have been starving whipping and oth erwise abusing Mrs lUgglns two stop children a boy and a girl aged seven and thirteen years respectively Tho boy died nnll the girl Is In a precarious condition Testimony was brought out at tho coroners hearing that the children had oatou from swill barrels In alleys and had been horribly wllln pod McLean Buys Washington Post Washington Oct fIt Is stated here on oxcoMont authority that John 11 MoLean of the Cincinnati Bnqulrer tins purchased the controlling Interest In tho Washington Post Mr MoLoac would not deny or afllrm 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for the best and latest styles the o- o season affordsCome in and be convinced o o oo I The New Cash Store o o 0 C C RHODUS Proprietor- S 0- gooaoooooooeoeooooeoooaoooooooaol THE OTHER FISH IN THE SEA A youth who loved a pretty maiden And worshiped all site wore When she refused him hung hit head Ad hopelcselj and sadly old That be oeuld love no more The world he waite contains no other Whose charms may make rue clad The skies may never more be fair Her Hh rentalN Mt anywhere The world la bleak and sad It chanced that while his heart was breeding lie traveled far away And III a quirt little place Jre met a maiden with a face That gladdened all the day He suddenly forgot the beauty For wham his heart had yearned And sighed to win the other maid Who threw hIs first love In the shade ills breast with ardor burned Dot cruel fate was still agalrwt him Ones more he was dented Thllll sitting down he said I neer shin find another half as fair My fondest hopes have died In Gods good time he had to travel To other scenes once more And MI he met a maiden who By far outshone the other two That be bad loved before Most graciously she smiled upon hIm And he at once forgot His former yearnings and despair lied toned the fairest of the talrOt Io at least he thought Tie over thus we think the charmers 1wRase upon today all there are beneath the sky But they are everywhere so why Bit down In hopelessness to st hT From Bath to Monterey From distant Tokto to Troy From Adelaide te Perth Amboy Are ladles who can sill destroy Our hopes or lift us up to Joy When we are turned away SoIC Klser In Chicago RecordHerald Dri and I 1BVIHO BACflElLER Author of Eben HoMen Darrel of tile Bleued tiles Etc opfriahl ttetbyLetbrepIabtahgO mpeJ CHAPTER IXCOVTIN USD At the dinner the punt had much to say of the scans of excitement in Albany where he had lately been The baroness and her wards were resplendent lit old lace and sparkling Jewels Great haunches of venison were served from a long sideboard there was a tree flow of old Madeira and Burgundy and champagne and cognac Mr Pariah and the count and the general and Moss Kent and M Pidgeon sat long at the table with cigars and coffee after the rest of us had gone to the parlors and the big room rang with their laughter The young Marquis de Oonvello and Mr Marc Uambert Brunei of the Com pagnie who afterward founded the great machine shops of the royal navy yard at Portsmouth and became engi veer of the Thames tunnel and Pierrr Chatslnis Jr and I waltzed with the ladies Presently I sat down near the baroness who was talking In French with Therese Lo Ray the counts daughter Pardon my using French said the baroness turning to me for I believe you do not use It and my friend it is a misfortune for you miss knowing what good company Is the Mamselle Le RayAnd I miss much pleasure and may hap a duel with the marquis I said laughing but I beg you to proceed with your talk I have learned many words since I came here and I love I the sound of Its We saw British soldiers today she continued to Mamselle Le Ray In French They crossed the road near US on their horses Loulson came over and sat by them They were not In uniform the baroness continued but I knew they were English you cannot mistake themAnd what do you think said Loul son eagerly One of them threatened to kiss me- Indeed that was terrible said Mamselle Le Ray You must have been afraid Yes said site smiling afraid he would nt They were a goodlooking lot I do not think he was speaking of you at all salt the baroness He was looking at ue when CIolI exclaimed Loulson laughing That Is why they turned suddenly and ned Into the fields- I fled too perhaps as suddenly as the Britishers to save thyself the disgrace of laughter The great clock In the hall above stairs tolled the hour of two The ladles had all gone to bed save the baroness The butler had started up stairs a candelabrum in his hand Fol lowing him were the count and Mr Parish supporting the general between them The able soldier had overrated his capacity All had risen to go to their rooms Of a sudden we were startled by a loud rap on the front door A servant opened it and Immediately I heard the familiar voice of Dri Is there anybody here by the name o Mister Bell he asked I ran to the door and there stood Dri his clothoa wet his boots muddy for it had been raining Before ho could speak I had my arms around him and ne sank to his knees In my embrace He was breathing heavily Tired out thet s whut a the matter he muttered leaning oer on band Come through the 000j Jj save yet life 1 did an they wax tight ui f me all the way Poor fellow said the baroness who stood at the door Help him in at once and give him a alp of brandy Tuk me prisoner over there n the woods thot day said he sinking into a chair and loaning forward his head on his hands They tuk n they totod mo over t Cnnady an 1 tnkn got away n they otter mo Killed one on em thet was chasln uv me over n the Beaver meddors on tho bog trail Those got t wallerln so ho bed t come down His up out o the grass n kolehed holt uvimfore ho cud pull a weapon Tuk this out uv the pocket an I tried to sit the hose out o the mire but did nt hev time Ho sat erect and proudly handed me a sheet of paper I opened It and read as follows To Capt Elms Wilkins Royal Fusiliers My Dear Captnln You will proceed at once across the river with a detail of five men mounted and three days rations and If possible capture the prisoner who escaped early this morning making a thorough search of the woods In Jeffer son county He has Information of value to the enemy and I regard his death or capture of high and Immediate Impor tance I am Informed that the young desperado who murdered my Lord of Plekford In the forest below Clayton June M escaping although badly wound ed Is lying at the countryseat of the Baroneee ds Perre a Frenchwoman at Irftraysville Jefferson county N Y It would gratify me If you could accomplish sae or both captures With respect IUD your obedient servant n ailBAFPBR General Commanding They 11 bo here said Dri They 11 be here jest OB aura ee Godfore daylight mebbe But I cant fight er dew nothln till I vo lied some vittles You shall havo supper said the baroneee who without delay wont to the kitchen herself with a servant to look after it The butler brought a pair of slippers and a dry coat while I drew off the boots of my good friend Then I gave him my arm as he limped to the kitchen beside me The baroness and I sat near him as he ate Co upstairs and call the gentleman said she to the butler Do not make any disturbance but say I should like to speak with them in the dining roomIs thet air hired man o yours a Britisher Dri inquired as soon as the butler was gone He Isfrom Liverpool said she Thet s the hole n the fence said he Thets where the goose got awayThe goose The geeee sold the baroness thoughtfully I do not understand you Went n blabbed that s whut he done said Dri Mebbe wrote en a letter goldum his pIcturY Oh I perceive I understand said she and I send him away tomor rowNecks broke with hunger said Drl Never threw no vittles n my IT WAS MY PART TO UNHOUSE A COLONY OF TUB LONG WHITE FACED HORNETS basket with sech a splendid taste tew em es these hev The baroness looked at him with some show of worry- I beg your pardon said she did you say the neck of you was broken- I 7 explained the idiom Aint hed nothln t eat since day fore ylstlddy said Dri Judas Priest Im all et up with hunger With old Burgundy and biscuit and venison and hot coffee he was rapidly revivingI wondering where I will hide you both said the baroness thought fullyHod nt orter hev no rumpus here n go t shootln n mebbo spite yer house n furnlcher said Drl T aint decent er t aint nice Vod better mek tracks an put a mild er tew twlxt us n here fore we hov any trouble T aint agoln t be no Sun day school Ef they can they re a goln f tek us dead er live Et they over tuk us we would nt be wuth shucks nuther on us efter courtmar tial I shall not permit you to go said the baroness They may be here now about the house in the dark They would shoot you they would stab you they would cause you to die as you went No I shall permit you not to go There are four of them Very veil we shall fight here we shall con quer We have a general a count a mil lionaire a marquis a lawyeran astronomer a scout and she added pat ting me on the shoulder le brave capltalne I have four guns and three pistols and Msleur Bell has arms also Wo shall conquer Wo shall make them blto the duet Guns did ye say Jerushy Jane Los hev em said Drl What did he call me Mon DIeu Jerusby Janel It is not I said tho baronessAgain I explained the difficulty Alut very rjroperspoke said Drt I apologetically Jest wan1 t say et i them air guns er likely t come handy gunsIWo shall sock it to them wo shall Indeed said she hurrying out of the room We shall malts thorn to run for their lives They wore all In the dining room genIand pistols wero loaded I made a novel plan of defense that was unhnl mously approved I posted a watch a every window A little after dawn tho baronets from behind a curtain saw a squad of horsemen oorolng through the grove Irl they have cornel said she in a loud whisper There are not four there are many- I took my detail of six men above stairs Each had a strip of lumber we had found In tho shop and each carefully raised a window waiting tho sig nal I knew my peril but I was never so cool in my life If I had been wiser possibly should have felt it the more Tho horsemen promptly deployed manslonlThey strip of lumber stealthily prodding the big drab cones on every side Hornets and wasps a ureat swarm of them sprang thick on seeds from the band of a sower It was my part to unhouse a colony of the long whitefaced hor nets Goaded by the ruin of their nests they saw tho nodding heads below them and darted at man and horse like a flight of arrow They put their hot spurs Into flank and face and nock 1 saw them strike and fall they do lit hard those bigwlngod Vespae It woe terrible the swift charge of that winged battalion of the air I heard howls of pain below me and the thunder of rushing feet The horses wore rearing and plunglng the men striking with their hate I heard Dri shouting and laugfilng at hIs window Given em hell ye little blue devils he yelled and there was all evidence that they understood him Then again every man of us opened his window and fired a volley at the scurrying mass One horse rearing and leaping on his bind legs came down across tho back of another and the two fell heavily In a tolling convulsive heap One as if blluded bumped a tree going over on his withers all fours flashing In the air Some tore of in the thickets as unmanageable as tho wild horse More than halt threw their riders Not a man of them palled a trigger they were busy enough God knows Not one of them could have hit the sky with any certainty I never saw such a torrent of horsehair aad red caps Wkutt Been on the back o one o- em hoeHer said Dri telling of It a long time afterto D ruther o been shot up n a barrel with a tot e ale a toiled down hill Good aoal btUr fer my health an I d a Inked wore like a human beta when I come out Them Mian they did nt Ink lit fsedate with iratljia er nobody when we led em up t the House ant one on em Only one Britisher was brought down by our bullets aad he bad been the nark of Dri with him a rifle waa never a plaything Five others lay writhing in tile graze bereft of horse deserted by their comrades Tho smudges were ready and the nets Drl and I put on the latter and ran out placing a smudge row on every side of the Hermitage The winged fighters were quickly driven away Of the helplBta enemy one had staggered off in the brush the others lay groan ing their faces lumpy and onesldad A big sergeant bad a nose of the look and diameter of a goocoogg ono car tied a cheek as large and protuberant as the Jowl of a porkers head and ono had cars that stuck out like a puffed bladder They were helpless We dis armed and brought them In doing all we could for their comfort with blue clay and bruised plantain It was hard on them I have often thought but It saved an ugly tight among ladles and no doubt many lives I know if they had taken us Drl and I would never have got back- I have saved myself many a time by strategy but chose the sword al ways If there were an even chance And God knows If one had ever a look at our bare bodies ho would seo no sign of shirking on either Drl or me CHAPTER X The shooting and shouting and the tramp of horse and man had roused overybody in the big house Even the general came down to know what was the matter The young ladles came pale and frightened but in faultless at tire I put an armed guard by the pKsonera at the door under command ot DrL Then I had them bare the feet of the four Britishers knowing they could not run bootless In the brush We organized a convoythe general and Iaud prepared to start for the garrison We kept tho smudges going for now and then we could hear the small thunder of hornetwings above us There is a mighty menace in angryJerushyaa he sat rifle on his kne looking rt his prisoners Never thought no body cud luk a joemlghtyful cur us anytroublebobs ie meant wasps I had had no opportuuity for more than a word with the young ladies I hoped k might come when I went in for a hasty breakfast with the baron ess tho count the general and Mr Parish As wo were eating Loulson came In hurriedly She showed some agitationWhat is the trouble my dear said the barontea In French Eh blen only this ijaia ikes 1 have dropped my ring In the brook It II my emerald I cannot reach It Too bad Sbe has dropped hat ring in the brook said tho baroness in English turning to mo It she will Imo tho kindness to take mn thorn I said to the hostess rising aa 1 spoke I shall try to got It for her- Meteur le Capltalne you are very obliging said she Then turning to Ixnitson the added In French Ga with him lIe will recover it for you It pleased and flattered me the strat egy of this wonderful young creature She led me with dainty steps through a dewy garden walk Into the trail Parblou she whispered Is It not a shame to take you from your moat Hut I GOuld not help It 1 had to see you there Is something I wish to say A pretty girl IK hotter than meat I answered qulokly I am Indebted to youMy but you have a ready tongue said she It Is with mo a pleasure to listen You are going away You shall not tcturn perhaps She was trying to look very gay and Indifferent but In her voice I could de toot a note of trouble The flame of passion quenched for n little time by tho return of peril and the smoke of gunpowder flashed up In me It Is this she wont on I may wish you to do mil a favor May I have your address And you may command me I said as I gave It to her Have a carol she said laughing I may ask you to do dtsperate things you may need all your valor The count and the baroness they nay sand us but to France Which will plea you I remarked Perhaps she mlil quickly Mon DIeu I do not know what I want I am a fool Take this Wear it when you are gone Not that I earo hot It will make you remember She hold In her fingers a flaehlog emerald on a tiny circlet of gold Be fore I could answer she told laid It In my hard palm and that my band upon ItDIeu she exclaimed whispering 041 must return I must hurry Re member we did not find the ting I felt a great Imputes to embrace her and confess my love But I was not quick enough Before I could speak she had turned away and waa running I called to her but she did not turn or seem to hear me She and my oppor tunity were gone We stowed the prisoners in the big coach of the bercuea boblad a lively team of oar Thou my horse and sae for Dri were brought MB Do not forgot said the baroness holding my hand you are always wel come la my house I hope ma fell that you will never lad bapptaosa un til you return Tho young ladles carao not to the step when we were HIt stood by thi count wavtag adieux LoulMn tad I marry anile aad a pretty word oJ Fraaeh for mo Lmtoo only a total look that made HM sad If It dW Ml speak for Ute MMM faaltas m bee The count waa to battle at tbo Hermitage paring sent to tbo chateau for a aqaad of his armed retainers They were tc defend the hove If by chase tilt British should reeve their attack Mr Parish aad Ida footman and the gin oral wept with us the former driving Dri awl 1 rode oa behind aa the coach went oft at a gallop fTs Ue CMdaUIIILJ A Farmers HovenRe Will Carleton while trawling re gently la a stage coach among the Green mountains te said to have talks into a literary ooavonaUoti with a p1Olp roe farmer IB the soiree of conversation the farmer who bad no suspicion of the authors identity quoted from Mr Carletons poems to Illustrate some point he was trying to make Oh thats from Carletonl said the poet and I never have ben- In the habit of believing half ho aald The farmer eyed him for a moment somewhat contemptuously Well stranger he retorted slowly I dont know you nor I dont want to be uncivil but If yo uever know half as much as Will Carleton does youll know twice as much as you do now Boston Trnnecrlpt The niihop flit A distinguished Irish archbishop was one day walking along St Stephens Green Dublin when he saw a ragged little boy endeavoring to reach up had ring the float door hell of a house but it was just too high for him See- Ing the difficulty tho child ww In bta grace stopped and very kindly rang It for tim The little urchin looked ap it him with grateful eyes seized the archiepiscopal hand In his and said Now come along quick and hide till we see the feller open the door and nut find usTattlerlee Wonilcrlns A Scotch doctor who was attending a laird had Instructed the butler of the house in the urt of taking dnd rev cording his masters temperaturo with a thermometer On repairing to tehouse one morning he was mot by the butler to whom bo said Well Jon- I hope the lalrda temperature is not any higher today The man leo c4 puzzled for a moment and then ro plied Weal I was Just wonderla that mysel Yo seo ho died at twal oclock Argonaut Yr at Last Miss Mabel said the persistent suitor I cant help sneaking to you again It Is true you have said No very emphatically to proposal Not at all Interrupted the sweet girl I said Yes last Tuesday Last Tuesday ErI wasnt here thenNo but Jack Hansom waPhil- a delohla Press OUR YOUNG PEOPLE A JACOBS LADDER Directions for Rolling Paper So as to Form a Frail But Interest ing Toy To make tho Jacobs ladder take apiece of paper itsrbnps wrUiog paper I about three times as bag as It li I wlUr Paid ene end vary tightly thre or roar folds as In A roll the rest of the paper plan loaaaly M In B Next cut Into the roll all but UM pUeea r marked x in C This win be J list viler tho Ant tight folds are The bead 4own the two ends aa Is D Cut scrota UM dotted lieu marked x and jon will have tt Now ontch UM hands pall It up and beheld year ladder A very largo one says the BC Lout OtobeDonwerat te quite lm ItcBlng and van be made of news paper Have You Heard These What soap Is the hardest Castile cast stet Why should children mind their Ps tad QsT To learn the difference be tween Polite and Quiet and being Pert end Quarrelsome Wbo was the strongest man Jonah because a whale couldnt hold him after he got him down When dOM the ocean moan 1 When a lobster plnehas Its undertow What la the difference between the sidewalk and a trolley oart Five centsWhat treed infests district schools Tho sptrillRK bee Who to Ute most polished king lathe world Blaoklng Why should goals milk Vc used In the dairy Because goats make the beet butter Add two figures to 19 sad make It toes than 20HI Chkago Inter Ojean The Tiger or the Cobra An offleor who was out shooting In India was waiting at the mouth of a gully which was being boaten for a I tiger Tho tiger Jumped from the Jun gle Into a clear spare about 40 yards In trout of him He Ore and mUsed The tiger made a leap toward him and landed lie fired again and the brute fell over killed Ills friends who were amazed at his first miss under stood when they raw him drop his gun Instantly upon firing the second shot and seize a snake which had coiled over his arm lie bad It by the neck and struck Its head off with his knifo It was n cobra the deadliest of tho Hindustan reptiles As he hd raised his gun to Ore the first shot he had felt It around his leg and ha had to choose between tiger and cobra but killed both SEEKING INFORMATION When t was bon I wasnt nothln but A little baby Wn my ey8 shut Uke klttybablesT Papa will you her A swlicklngrope ea chattlalaeponjr CIIII f- Birthday Bn n paM crush loot Wolves east talk rllty Just like people do Can inert Out nebbr once they could Rr Yew ire wolf say Bai coo upr at nwir Hoodt- Is this totnerrewr papa Well why alnl today- Tomorrow Yesterday whet made yes N-YTomrnwd some today Ns papa I dont seal WayT Papa Papa cant you hark ai- me Aw papa sf tomorrow was today reM that teaks yesterday temerrowl earl- tn papa will you buy me a numbreila Wlf wrliln MT Sar how could ClndrrM Dance attest breaktn emT Was her eo ten sad That used te sees at her er was they giaJI Why dlJnt she lose the utter slipper uffl eey papa will you leero m bow to s nl Mraund Vance Cook In tfuccrM blessd dnaA OF LONG AGO Mow the MUehleTous Boys of New feMCtaMi Shut All the Pew Doors and Created a Sues Lone toes ago church pews wit made with very high backs and ml doors fuanM tN entrances to than Wood theft ai ROW expanded and ousttnctad with tie weather Ks poctally on damp rainy days would these doors suck In a most seen I nil way No special trouM was nOI1f- roM this cant because many of the doors were loft opn thus giving the pew frame a chance to give way i littto Only a slight titS or pull wai Btessjsary when thy Rood folks assembled for service on Sunday IDomlnit- taoae tads noticed that If all the doon were shut the whole HM would be M tightly pressed together that It would r require UM utmost strength of a man to open tho laws When were host without HliachWfT Not wltbln tit rnsmory of man Those boys gut IDr chareh before service and by usini their eoanblBod strength succeeded IB closing every door Thea they await od dorotoptootit One sedate churc- hlesr alter another after a struculi sad m nbocosntsic rodnoao of faro trIM to ester tsMwyrh hta pew d xr It did sot rtoM unto a ripping aqiirai or a motif bins disturbed the quiet sea of till place The boys ever alter reiatsBbsjrod the jxpoadlaw pow es of wood and the story Is told to Uapreaa that taft laste d of pectin aUschlef late boys beads Pews are made that way sty longer so them slight citaDel of the experiment be IMt tried la our geoeratiua rte p A CAMPHOR ENGINE Yew a Oark Pour Large Needle and a tIt of Ouse Camphor One Be Made to De Amastag Trick Her to a Very IntaroMtac and anus sag MaertaMai Irocaro a law cork seed tNt from the top a circular Ieee about oa qmrter lash In thlok ROM Now cut the romalalag piece up into fast squares or obtonga of the aloe tJaJcIytaAd site Next obtain tour large oaedlos end stick these toni pieces of cork onto I ENOJKK COMPLRTn thorn and Uun In their turn stick them all onto the circular piece of cork as shown In the Illustration Now gum or glue to ono aide of each of the four pieces of cork a small piece of camphor each piece must bo the same wolght Place them In pu sition on the cork as shown If this III now laid on the surface of a bowl of water It will begin to spin round and round for several hours without stoppingIf figures such as those of a lady or gentleman dancing are now raced upon stiff but lightweight pa per and then cut out and attache upright to the center piece of talk some very lifelike movements can bo produced which will last sometimes for a day or more continuously A great deal of amusement can be extracted from this unique camphor marine engine declares the Chicago Intor Ocean provided It Is made right and that means exact weights and sizes of corks camphor pieces and need IIs as explained above The best results aro obtained by the aid of a fine pair of weighing scalar and the druggist you may buy tits camphor from will cut and weigh the required pieces for the asking The camphor will not cost more than a cent or two I F BereaTeachers1 I Club +H4 II1 AUORKM AM ran 0 1 lmri LItrTr1IIt 1FF1IMI1lti11I I I I SAWS Kv Supt 20 1005 Dear MomlMia of the 131 C I inn just beginning my third week of school I failed to got n good School ou account of getting n Into Htnrt Thorn are only fiftyfour pupils in my district My Hcliool in twontyfivo mite from Hydori the county sent Tho first weak there was n general scarcity of looks but I got along nil right by putting tho ICHHOIIH for tho mealier ones ou the board At the end of tjio first week I hired a horse null role to Hydon after books Since thou wo have bee doing excellent work- I oXxxt to bo in Huron for tho winter nnd During terms Wishing tho inoinlwra of the Dereu Teachers Club much micctttttj I roo main Yours sincerely LUELLA IIOSKINH 1WIIITMAIfMembers KT Sopt 20 lOOii I am enjoying my work BH a teacher mydistrictI hut tho window garden n source of pltnsuro to myself and pupllw daydrawingthen Good wtahcfl to nil Lubi WooPnAHU Long Itud and TIme Somo tlmo ago a monitor naked for a solution of a curtain problem in Longitude and Time but rather than answer one 8 oaial problom I will discuss tho fltibjuct generally Many iHireoiis have a difficulty with this subject but it in for lack of geographical rather than nritlimeti thllllknpt clear They sire as follows lat Tho Mirth turns around from west to oust in 24 hours Tliorefore in ono hour it will turn through I21 of 300 degrees or 16 degroee in 1 minute through 100 of 16 degrees or 15 minuter of longitude and in 1 mKtond through 100 of 15 minutus of longitude or 16 Mfoouds of longl liidtt 2nd When tho nun is just rising to you it is after sunrise to ovary one until of you and before sun rso to ovary one west pf you Ami ho clayXnlhalf any around the earth east and west from Greenwich ISngland tho distance in degrees between two points lolls east or Ixith wet of thorn will bo tho difforonrw of their long tuilu whilo tho distance In degITNr between two doers OIIB oust and the other west a ihl1x1 tho suits of their longitudes If you remember nnd understand these things you will only have very- simple prohlom8 In ndcJiUon8l1btmo- tton multiplication and division o conitxiund numbers In solving or teaching this subject always eepa your mind on old mother earth upon whom you are whirling aroused not ou sonic rule or solution Trl Stat Christian Endeavor Convention Tho next District Convention of n portion of tho states of Kentucky Tunnwweo and Virginia will moot in I Korea at tho Union Church Friday night for a two dnya meeting to close Sunday night Tho convention sormou will be on Fridaynight by Row Edward E Weaver of Richmond who kindly consented to take tho place of Rev GW Shepherd whoso name was first 1FOR BOTH Ono disease of thinness in Children is scrofula in ndults consumption Both have poor P flood both need more fat These diseases thrive on lean ofIs i fat and I I SCOTTSEMULSION is tho easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heros u natural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is value in all cases of 1clofnlnand consumption More fat more weight Moro nourish r clout thats why Send for free snniplo SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Purl Slrttt New York SOc nJl00 It it II II AUdtuggUU I prpachCfhiltServices will bo hold morning evening nut night of Saturday and i Sunday Mimy C E workers of prominence will ho present mid a profitable tinu Chrl8tilllliElldoavororfl to ho prcnont at these meetings but sill who are interested in work among organized4MHIHIHlHHHHHtH 1 The Home JBKH1B LESTER HILL Eitor tHIHII1II I 1111 Caring for Cried Fruit Dried fruit wilt keep Inwt if put nway in paper sacks and bags To see why this is so hold n cloth hag and thou a paper ono toward n light window You will see that insects could ester through tho meshes of tho cloth bag but could not get through paperTo insects getting in at the mouth of tho bulttio it at least three inches bo10 no of tho bag double tho top over and flo tightly again Cooking Dried Fruit n Look over and wash wall in two cold waters Hub between tho hands in the first water to free from any jKuwiblo dust or dirt b Rinse well in tho second water to insure its being clean o Drain tho water off and soak tho dried fruit In sufficient clean paler to cover mull night or for several hours until it becomes soft dryingdwhich it wns soaked Set whoro it will boil quickly and when It IwIIs movo to tho hook part of tho store mind lot cook slowly not actually trailing but just at limo point and leave there covered for two hours o Sweeten tho fruit wljon done To BOO how much more tender is the soaked fruit than that cooked without soaking simply put in two or threw plecon of tho luttor and cook with that you have soaked It will not swell up mid become tender and jutoy like that whfoli was smoked It requires less sugar to sweeten fruit Just when inking it ofT done tlwn when it is sweetened as it begins to cook I FAVt T TE UOUNTY HOMES The Knights of pythUt Are Dattllng With the Problem Ilojihtnuvllle Ky Oft trlt oi cs sag eseretees orIhe Ir11 kxlge at the KHlghu of Pjrthla trek place at Union Tfttonmcto after a Mrt pa rade with smarty 40V KnlgbU In line The Aral basins mwtmc of the grand tmlg was bead In the artrnooll whoa Grand Chancellor 8ebHriaon In Ms retort stud test the order was In a iwwJ Inme ewdKteu la Ken tucky The board of aenlrut of the wMowa and orphan home fund sub mitted In iluUill a report of the homo ropreeentnf ves a n spirit The rwolHttan avlhorlclng the pnrcbao or the Hlchanteon Gibson property In Fm1ette county at a cost of I904MO provided 10000 of Ute sum bit donated by Lexington lodgw Is cued It In stated thdt the otwlrman or the tiommiueo from tho oxltiKton lodges Rave 10000 to the board La ter it was ascertained that 4000 of this amount hind bean Riven by the flgoal oonrt of KnyMto coonty and Gr 000 by the exlngton city ocnmoll sotno tlmo ago THE RAILWAY HEARING The State Railway Commission Con tinued It Until October 12 Frankfort Ky Oct MIO state railroad oommlwlon continued to Thursday October 12 next hearing of tho general complaint of discrimina tlon In fralRht roaM filed against all railroad companies operating In Ken tucky The eonunlsMon will rofusa to allow tho Owonsboro shippers who originated tho chaigos to withdraw them as they naked to do Tuesday Gor nocklmm Tuesday afternoon ro talnod former United Status Senator William Lindsay of Now York to rep resent tho commonwealth In Uio Invest tlRntlon and ho and Attorney neIl nest 11 Young asked that tho state bo Tnado a irarty compalnant After hearing preliminary motions hero thq PommlBsIon may adjourn to Laulsvlllo to hoar testimony REGISTRATION POLLS Numerous Clashes Took Place In Lou Uvllle Ky Ixjiilsvlllo Ky Oct 4 Numerous clashes have occurred at the roglstra tion polls as a result of men with cameras being stationed by fusion ticket supporters to photograph repeaters At Eighth and Main three men throw revolvers on the man with the camera smashed his Instrument and forced him to flco for his life At Ninth and Jefferson streets Clarence Sponcor was knocked down kicked In tho stomach and his camera smashed Serious trouble Is feared as tho result of tho Intense feeling which Is developing over the local campaign which la becoming I very heated Ir BIG SALE IS IOWON 20000 IReadytoWearMighty Purchase of Dependable MerchandiseThis Entire Stock of BICKNELL EARLYS Dependable Merchandise to be sold in Ten DaysUnder the CompanyATWAIT ofMerchandiseIMondayBargain Feast Positively Begins Wednesday October 4 at 9 A M BICKNELL EARLY Berea TTTT u thistomenwomonconvinced a theweathermarvelousbargainsbut willgive an idea of themanrvalues that await your coming Remember no postponement This sensational sale positively closes inten days All goods can be brought back at any time during this sale and exchanged or your money refunded for the asking 4 LOOK FOR THE BIG RED CANVAS FRONT +Wash FabricsWords lack force to express the importance of these clearance prices Miles and miles of Dress Prints in Silver Gros Blacks Lights Indigo Blues and Red in this Stupendous Sale 4c Colored Lawns and Batiste in white and colored grounds values up to iQc clear ance price 4c Silk finished Foullards Embroidered Voiles and Flaked Suitingspositively worth 25c yard sale price per yard 14c OrgandiesBrilliantinos all now and desirable values up to BOcj sale price23cticIminchchocked Dimities value up to 25o price Me Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth duringthiunlo4c1lookRnd card during this sale lc upComfortsMatting worth 20c during thissalellc- Mens and Ladies Hose Ladies Black and Tan Lace and Plain Hose worth 20c apair during this Sale DC Ladies fast black seamless Hose regular price ICc now 7c A fine Maco Cotton fast black Hose regular price 2Dc now 14c stylesblackChildrens fast black ribbed Hose regular price 15c now 70 Childrens fast black fine ribbed Hose regular prico 20c at I2 Handkerchiefs 25 dozen Childrens Hemstitched Handker chiefs choice oach3c25 dozen Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs regular price lOc sale price4c25 dozen Mens bordered and hemstitched Handkerchiefs sale price 4c 25 dozon Mons Handkerchiefs same as above only finer 8c 200 extra fine grade white and colored border ed Mons Handkerchiefs regular price lOc on sale specially at Oc Below manyBargainsPins paper for lc Eirtbroiderios yard3cWire Hat Pins per packageIc ticBestYardwide light Percales per yard7c ticBraidSafety Pins per card lc Hooks and Eyes per card lc Mens Guyot Style Suspenders worth 35c during this Gigantic Sale per pair12c Ladies Ready to Wear Skirts and WaistsLadies new fall Waists made of fine India Linen white ground with neat polka dots 75 cent values sale price 48e Ladies Voile and Mercerized Waists champagne ground with polka dots and em broidered Figures in different colors 80o Our Guarantee Ladies White Lawn Waists trimmed in lace and embroidery new style sleeves 85 cent values sale price only SOc 89cjl50Ladies 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 t 4c Mens and Boys Furnishings500 Mens Shirts on and col lars off worth up to 75c all put in one lot at your choice at lOc Mens Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear worth 35c sale price b0-A hundred dozen mens Balbriggan Under wear and mens ribbed Shirts and Draw ers in many shades All are finished in the best possible manner All sizes reg ular 75c value during this sale your choice 30c Hundreds of dozens high grade Underwear all will be placed on sale for ten days at pricesMens 8c Mens Suspenders worth 25c only Oo Mens Suspenders worth 3c only I8c Mens Suspenders worth 75c only 30c Mens Socks worth 15c only 7c Mens Socks worth lOc only 4e Mens Socks worth 25c only lie Mons Socks worth 35c only lOc Mens Shirts worth 100 only sUe aaoMensonly 78o Mens Fancy and Dress Shirts worth J160 only 880 Woolen Overshirts worth 200only 08c Mens Overalls the kind never rip worth 75c gigantic sale price 41o Boys Overalls worth 35c gigantic sale price 220 Hats OOc and up About 300 Umbrellas from 40o up Mens SuitsSweeping bargains in Mens Suits All goat about onehalf their regular value This patternsinstrong fabrics of merit and fashion- A fine suit of clothes all to match This suit moneybackA fine suit of clothes all to match This suit moneybackMens splendid suits in velour finished cassi mere all sizes These suits are positively worth 1500 or your money back during this sale 008 Boys Knee Pants50 pairs Boys Knee Pants worth up to 100i sale price lOc 50 pairs Boys Knee Pants regular price 75c sale price SUe A BoysPantsprice only pair 40c 100 pairs Boys Knee Pants worth up to75c now lOc 50 pairs Bpys Knee Pants worth up to 100 now 20c Mens Pants FancyWorstedlar price 200 all go in this sale at 08c Fine fancy and plain Worsted Pants thatsold for 350 and 400 sale price 128 Mens Pants of Cashmere in desirable pat terns regular price 175 at OOc 100 pairs Mens Pants worth up to 375 now 140 100 pairs Mens Pants worth up to 500 now 108 Mens fine gray Hose worth121c pair during pairBoysdont burst this gigantic sale 4c pair Specials in Groceries Arbuckles Coffee during this sale 13c Sardines American per can gigantic sale price 4e Salt very fine table salt worth 5c sack dur ing this stupendous sale4 3c parlorbroomCelluloid Starch 1 pound box gigantic sale price 4e Sweet Pickles worth 150 a bottle gigantic sale price 70 Jelly all kinds now selling per glass 4o Olives per bottle 70 Spurlocks Bluing during this mighty sale per boxr 4o Pillar Rock Salmon during this sale 1 can Oo Arm Hammer brand Soda i pound boxIduring this colossal sale 4c 70FairbanksLamp Chimneys No1 4o Lamp Chimneys No 27c18 pounds Sugar at 08c 24 pound sack Best Patent Flour 02o Ivory Soap 7 bars for 25c Daniel Boone Soap 7 bars for lOo Eagle Thistle Soda 7 packages for 25c Baking Powder big box 15o Mothers Oats 3 packages for 25c BuggiesWagonsJ4249 Wagons Sin 4499 Wagons 3J in 4049 Top Buggies 27 and upwards ImplementsAH below regular price Stoves Wood Heaters lou to 349 Kitchen Ranges 1599 and upwards PaintsAll Mixed Paints SUe 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 j gallon gigantic sale price 00 Buckets 1 gallon gigantic sale price Oo Buckets 2 gallons gigantic sale price 14o Pie Pans large and small sizes this sale 3c Dish Pans large size gigantic sale price 19o Milk Pans gigantic sale rice ISo Half gallon Cups gigantic sale price 70 Buckets with lids gallon sizes while they last gigantic sale price Oc Excursion rates on all Railroads Fair paid to every purchaser of 2500 or over Look for the big red canvass front Owing to reputation we have established in Berea and surrounding territory as Merchants in High Grade Dry Goods Shoes Millinery and Clothing of worlds standard qualities we will not allow ezageration any of our advertising and we do hereby agree to refund the money during theIGreat Sensational Sale on all goods purchased if not satisfactory to the purchaser Bicknell Early Berea Ky 1madejBICKNELL The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper rublbbod every Thtmdsy at Borea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPAN L E TUPPER Editor and Mr Subscription Ratos rATimC IK ADVANCE One Yfr slatn0 eta months Three months 2t send money by roitofllro Money Order Rx prra Money Order Cheek ntft Rtcbered Letter or onu and two cent stamps The date after your DAme liaws to whet date our subscription It paid If It Is not change within three after sending ui money notify us- Fnbterlbera wishing Tnl CITIZKX stopped mutt notify ui at the expiration of tub eruption Iwylnc all arrears we thill onildcr that they wish It eontlnued Notify us at onro of any change In your address old end new addrewes risking nnmbers due to wrappers turning oO In the malls or otherwise be sup plied U we are notified Agents wantod In every locality Write foi terms Anyone tending us four yearly sub sorlpUons will receive Tin CITIZEN ree for oni you Makes for Good Roads The crowning glory of automobile touring however lies In the demand It has created In all parts ot the world where motor cars are being used for pleasure or business purposes for good roads Here In America the good roads movement within recent years has be come a question of national Impor tance With tho exception of a few states notably New Jersey and Massachusetts says the Outing Magazine the subject of better roads was the last thought that gave the legislators the least partlcfo of trouble The Automobile Club of America In Its younger days expended a tremendous amount of argumentative energy In endeavoring to convince the lawmakers of New York that money expended on good roads was a good business investment Their appeals brought out a few thou sand dollars somewhat grudgingly given Finally the generous sum ol 100000 was appropriated and at the forthcoming election a constitutional amendment will be presented to the voters providing tbat the state may bond Itself for 5000000 for ten years for the building of improved wagon roads Agitation has been productive of similar good results in other states Coy Dineen of Illinois gave a marked Illustration of the growing demand for better roads In the west when In his last message ho made a strong plea for the expenditure of moro money and careful thought upon road bulld Ing His statement that barely two per cent of the Illinois roads were suitable for traffic at all periods of the year was no exaggeration and scores of other states could show no higher average Departments of highways have been established in California Idaho Minnesota Mississippi MIl sour Oregon Tennessee North Caro lina Nebraska and In several of the eastern states In which tbe good roads movement has languished Florida recently appropriated 600000 for good roads and It Is confidently predicted that within a short time there will not be a state In the union that will not manifest a just pride In the Increasing mileage of Its serviceable roads good all the year round Clothes and the Man A lady writing In a dally paper at tacks man for a weakness which he has hitherto considered the peculiar affliction of the other sex He Is much given according to this lady to find Jag food for thought and a target for ridicule in contemplation of the doings of that mysterious entity which de- l cider upon the changes In feminine fashions Whereas all the time It is jealousy whjch prompts his gibes The fact is that he would really like to change his own fashions as Ire quently only he Is not allowed to do so by some unwritten law And this Ja pathos lie may try to conceal the fact but eays our authority ever he yearns in secret for the golden days of masculine dress when fortunate man balked In the sunshine of velvet and fine lace It Is quite true The secret is out at last We can no longer keep up a pretense of being satisfied with life Why should we go about making the world hideous with our black coats and corrugated trousers 1 Why should we not look noble and dashing For over a quarter of a century man has had no change of costume In a manner of speaking Always the same dull monotonous round of blacks and grays Why does not tame hero walk down Bond street In a mauve frock coat or a crimson lounge suit At present It la only In our sportive moments at golfJr cricket that we can escape from the tram mels Why should we not wear striped blazers In ordinary life An Interesting point shown by tae statistics of births in New York is the fact that there Is comparatively little Intermarriage of the immigrant races The returns show that out of 49074 in fants of foreign extraction born in the metropolis only 1781 were of mixed foreign parentage the rest 47293 being progeny of parents of the same nation ality A fashion journal says that women dress to please the men Perhaps this docs ic4 refer to tie men who pay She MJJs JAPAN IS PROGRESSING Slowly But Surely the People Art Forging Ahead in the Industries The Japanese arc quartered on a long narrow very mountainous group of Is lands having an area onethird largo than the British Isles and about equal U that of California of which only 12 poi cent is capable of cultivation The dense population of from 46000000 to 50000000 all dependent upon the prod ucts of tho field and the nearby waters carry on their outdoor work by many an ancient method Their struggle foi existence has not been an easy one says the Engineering Magazine Yet with all this they are contented and happy for the struggle has not been character- Ized by the haste and Intense strain un der which welabor In this respect they are wiser In their day and generation than wo are When considering Japans progress It is well to remember that there ate at least two viewpoints One Is the Japanese and If we Judge by their notions the advancement during the time occupied by the last halt of Marquis Itos public life alone Is little toes then marvelous This is the point of view persistently put forward by them and oftenest seen In newspapers On the other hand from the outlook of a for signer who has lived In Japan and knows the average as well as the ex ceptional conditions they still have along way to go In their Industries and civilisation to attain the eminence they are popularly given credit for having already reached Japan progresses Tier shipbuilding progresses also So do her other Indus tries Were It possible a hasty glance along a few other lines of Japanese industry would be of Interest as showing In a general way the past and existing conditions and the present state of prog ress This comparison of Industrial works should give the relative progress and position of shipbuilding ns com pared with tho Improvement and pres ent standing of other Industrial enter prises It would also emphatically evi dence the fact that Japans Industrial growth has not been In shipbuilding alone but that her progress has been along all lines and therefore that ship building has only been keeping pace with the national progress TALE OF BULL AND BULLION Animal While on the Rampage Turns Up an Ancient Treasure- in Styrla The Incursion of a furious bull Into a farmhouse at Kterllng Styrla led to the dlsenvcry of a hidden treasure wires the Vienna correspondent of tie London Express The bull meeting two tourists walk Ing by the basks of the river sands a rash and galloped alter them as they were running in the direction of the village They rushed for shelter Into an old farmhouse The bull followed sad with a snort of auger charged the door of the farmhouse which gave way to the terrific onrush of Its horns Meantime the two fugitives had locked themselves in an upper room thinking they were safe there frees thotr pursuer The Infuriated animal however fol lowed thorn upstairs and butting Its powerful horns against the door of the room shivered it to pieces Suddenly thero was a terrific crash as the old flooring of the room collapsed under the heavy Impact of the mad dened animal and the next moment the two tourists were amazed at seeing the bulls head and shoulders emerging from a huge gap In the flooring while the lower part of Its body was Invisible The animal was literally hanging im prisoned between the rafters of the flooring and bellowing with rage and terror was unable to extricate Itself Three hours later a policeman shot It through the heaQ- Immediately afterward the farmer wbo occupied the house discovered lying in n corner of the lower room a heavy Iron box which on being forced open was found to contain a large quantity of gold and silver coins of the time of the Emperor Charles V their value be ing roughly estimated at 15000 The treasure box had become dis lodged from its secret hiding place un der the flooring when the bull had crashed through the woodwork Blankets of Rabbit Skin I dont suppose that many of the Posts readers ever slept under Man tels made qf rabbit skins but thats an experience I recently had during a pleasant sojourn In the Canadian woods These skins which make a delightful covering are very light tad as warm as the heaviest woolen blankets These blankets are made ly the Indians The peltry Is cut Into strips about onehalf an inch wIde woven squarely and apparently tied at each crossing The fabric Is ery delicate and you can poke a tin- ger through the interstices The pre railing color Is white with delicate brown shadings and the price Is 12 which Is very reasonable In fact but for one defect the cost would be several times that fIgurethe troubles that the white hairs will come out tad so to use these beautiful articles hey must be covered with silk on both sides Frogs In Missouri Missouri according to the United States fish commission Is the greatest rog producing state in the union The commission recently began an in estlgatlon to learn the best methods and find the best places for frog Tppagatlon The experts employed ontho have found Missouris climate to be better adapted to the rais- Ing of frogs than that of any other tote Arkansas comes second l Ilaraiuw SEiris mt mitwjtail 111t iuhtutimal By COL ALBERT Y CLARKS Lawyer mil Economist rHERE can be no doubt but that the summer vacation system checks business for the time being because sonic hundreds of thousands of workers cense to produce or to handle goods If it were to apply to farms factories and mines as well as to mercantile establishments and business offices the falling off in the general volume of business would be so marked that everybody would notice it Thus far however those who take vacations arc not to a large extent producers Factories cannot shut down to give their operatives a rest and the some is true of mines while as for farms the usual vacation season is their harvest season These three great sources of national wealth must work while it is day Nevertheless they have their periods of rest To Urn factories these periods often come without sought being brought on by la bor difficulties or by tariff revisions or by speculation and consequent fluctuations 1n the prices of raw materials or by othecr catties usually beyond the control of the proprietors The inforced rest which the help gain is not an unmixed evil but it hurts business all tho same Some kinds of business are greatly benefited by the summer vaca tion habit such as transportation and entertaining As the country grows older acid richer and more people are able to travel the rail roads hotels boarding home and the stores and fanns in tho vicinity of summer resorts reap a golden harvest This intercourse is profitable in every way except in the one re spect of temporarily interrupting their operations at home It causes a free circulation of money free comparisons of views new and broader conceptions of our national life and opportunity and better under standings of each others interests purposes and expectation It has often been said that if the people of the north and the south had cominglcd more there would hove been no civil war I do not think that there will be lest sectionalism in national policy the more the people form distant parts of the country visit each other Finally the vacation custom benefits business by tits renewal of the strength and ambitions of those who arc privileged to take a rent When they return to work they take hold of it with more energy and enterprise Our bodies have their limitations I believe the weight of medical authority is that we need not only the regular rest which night affords to most of us but also seasonable changes of scene and if possible of occupation Every soldier who has made long marches in a level country will say that he was actually glad to come to a hill for while it was harder work to walk uphill titan upon a level it called into play a different class of muscles and so afforded relief Thus I think it may be claimed without fear of successful contradiction that vacations if wisely used if not made periods of dissipation are of general benefit to those who take them and to business at a whole the malting of tbe Successful Business man By MARSHALL FIELD the Merchant Irlnce The principal quilt ties that make success ItsI busineu art three t Absolute integ rely 2 Good judgment 3 Perievervnce A combination of these qualities means success I believe in a high standard of education the higher the better provided it does not make A man feel he is above the requirements of his business no matter what the business may be No matter how highly educated the man w he should be willing to begin at the lowest place when need be and when once launched in business he should be completely absorbed in it A titan in selecting a business should do so with the greatest care and should select n career in which he can be thoroughly interested- A man should never speculate but I make a strong distinction between speculation and judicious investment Marriage often helps a man in Imsincss provided of course it is with the right woman No man should rosrry until his income is suffi cient to enable him to meet the responsibilities he has assumed A young man should always live within his means and make it a point to save something each year no matter how little I believe in a man leaving to make his own way bv hard work lionesty and determina tion The Important factor in a life career is that one one should not be too much elated over lilt tie successes Many persons can stand reverses and failure but few are capable of controll ing themselves in success which tries pco people even more severely than failure One should take both reverses and triumphs with equanimity and keep steadily pushing toward the chosen goal Cfte Public IsICollege football road By PRESIDENT ANGELL of University of MlchUsn men Some critics assume that the colleges are more given over to the passion for games than is the public generally On the contrary it is the passion of the people for interesting games that stimulates the students to play them When we read of 30000 or 40000 persons rushing to intercollegiate football games at Cambridge New Haven Princeton or New York and most of them of respectability and intelligence and maturity when we see the best newspapers devote a page to the report of a game and publish the portraits and biographies of the players may we not truthfully say that the public is as crazy about football as the students and that the passion of the latter is only a part of the national passion which has taken possession of time country Let the public which criticises accept its just portion of the blame so far as blame is pronounced One might as reasonably ask young men in college not to share in the excitement of a presidential ckciton or as reasonably ask college faculties to prevent them from doing so when every man out of college is wild with excitement about it The colleges arc no longer monastic establishments cut off from all relations with the outside world and cannot be regulated ao if they were WILD PIGEONS RETURNING PcMurlvinlans AM Now Looking I for Them In the Wake of Turtle Doves For the first time In many years thl shooting ot wild turtle doves is al lowed and this bird once thought to be almost oxtlnptls now so plontlfu that big bags are being secured by hunters says a Klstlors Valley corn spondont ot the Philadelphia Itecord Klstlera Valley years ago was famous as the roosting and breodlni place of thousands of wild pigeons and there are still tome ot the olds people left who can tell stirring tale ot tho countless thousand of wilt pigeons that obscured the IUn in the flight and when they alighted In a forest trash upon crash was hens as branches broke under their weight Tim slaughter wns proportionate to tho density of the roost There wo no sport connected with it It was Him ply slaughter One could knocl them over by the hundreds by merely using a polo Many killed for the sake of wanton killing and thousands of tho birds were left to rot on the groundWild pigeons formed tho staple mea food tnr hundreds of families through out the wtnter They were killed am suited down One could buy tw down pigeons for five ante or leas la stale of the Immense slaughter It hail no npprtclabln effect In redueln their number Each spring the peopl would hear a peculiar booming whirring sound and on looking up they would see cloud after cloud of pI eons swooping up from the souther hortwn and seeking their old roost Ing pinto For miles around the new would speed nearly as fast as the flocks that the pigeons are coming and preparaltnm fer the staHgbte would be made One year tho people looked In vale for their annual food supply of pI goons They never came again and although over halt a century bas come and gone this tragic mystery In the feathered kingdom lots sever beer solved To this day no one know what swept away In one MMon mil lions of will pigeons In this connection a curlou prophecy Is remembered Years ag an old manMid When once anal tko wtM tattle dove Is shot IB Lsitigl eaunty look for the return of tke wile pigeons lest sot beta It to a tram commentary upon tlte above that within tits peat year awn than one huutor has ripened stria null locks of wild plgeeus In Ihl county but so swift ou u wing sa so sky wets they that no shot could be nude effective That tbe turtle dove Is the arset courier of the wild pigeon Is behev by many an old hooter OBEYED ORDERS LITERALLY Story et a Servant Olrl Who Bkd tile flake 01111 the Clock as She WM Told Speaking of the vital qnettoa or the hour tb servant said Mr Young Matron relates Llplnortr MagKsiD I engaged a cook lady las week who cans well reoonmendrv Alter she had bests with me severs days I said to her I will stir op troll cabs IlK I wart you to adnni lo the baking of It Bake the cake ald I tmprwMlvely OM hour by irdock pointing to use of those chug affair trade of metal of some kind that bung on the kitchen wall Sure mum Nom replied- I went tIeI4lrw took my Mwlnt and SOON t hum of the sewing ma chine broke the stillness After awhile my nostrils were assailed by a most Peculiar odor I sniffed the atmaapbete trying lo determine what the sen might Iw for noraetliues trash woe thrown Into the furnace along wttt the coal It smollnl neither like burn lag ruga paper nor rulber I throw down my sowing and hastened to the kitchen WhAt Is burning Nora I ox rlalmrd Fnlth mum It must bo the deck she ripped The clock I What do you mesa Torn opened the oven door ills Marine the colic and what was tell of the cheek side by each I grabbed he rnnl scuttle and hurriedly raked Into it the smelly milK What on earth Nora I demand ed condo you put the clock In lhs oven Are you craiyT 1nzy Is It she made answer It tour thai n tragedy queen might have envied and I Just nfollowln your or ders IMdnt you tell mo yourself Nora bake tho cake one hour by the clock Unique Job A man who returned recently from Europe said There li a man em ployed on every transatlantic liner whose duties but one In a thousand travelers kuow about I tried to find out on the trip out but only sue seeded in satisfying my curiosity on the last day of tho homeward trip lie never docs any work and yet hi Is always to be seen quietly walking nbout the dining saloon Travelers note that he never loses sight of the saloon stewards and tho funny part of It all Is that all he has to do or every trip Is to see that these same stewards do not throw the dirty dishes overboard to save washing them when no one Is loolclngN Y Sun Undoubtedly- Do you believe that education pro motes morality asked the Inqulsl Live person Undoubtedly answered the cheerful Idiot at least It Is responsible fur a more Intelligent class cf criminate Chicago Dally News URGING TOTAL ABSTINENCE I War in Other Countries on the Scourge That Is Destroying the Race If The movement to promote total ab itlnonco anti mako prominent the lu Juries resulting from tho use of alvo hoi Is tar more intense and excltln In Great Britain and on the rontlnnni than In this country says tbp Journal of Inebriety Placarding tho hillboanu In and about Paris with startling n teneea showing the damage of alcohol has been Imitated by temperance aso eUtlons In other large cities and hand bills full of warnings and appeal to abstain are circulated In puMic places and eagerly read Crualf movements far more vigorous than such efforts In this country are re ported by the temperance papers a+ growing and becoming move and roo r popular Societies are ormnited and the watchword Is War on Alcohol War on the scourge that Is destroy lug the race The following is a para graph from tho French Dim trus Almanac which gives some MM of the Intensity in which the subject u pressed on public opinion The greatest scourge of Prune today Is alcohol Our beautiful country is at tacked on all sides and we bare to confess that France tit th greatest sufferer We can tee It and fl it Tat should nil every citizen with an ger for alcoholism ts the ynonm of physical degeneracy intellectual enfeeblement and the moral derlro- elan of our rue Aleehollum prwlix poses to tubereutoetfl Dr Urowarari assert and gives the evldmr to u sin this assertion that without alro I holism there would be a oavla of from SO to 90 per seal of the i6 H o lives that go down to the grave an nually from cantamptlon rnnwe an multiplied autberlUes agro that oneo per cent of all otfoneees ant crime eon be traced te alcohol I m Dr Len neten la his dtocvurae before the chain tier of dftpHtle assert poIHv ly thetunless thta evil la arrested the futum of France will be ruin disorder cot disintegration The rallroa romp Dies la Germany and Franrr have or tiered equally sensational i arnii a posted In all plan whore nillruail men frequent Tbe following are sum of tIM eentenaw Hallrt t worker- you have the lives of mane per ini under your care every dav end you realise the need of a luId irate a clear rye and a constant prmnc lit mind Thl la not poanihu UOlf you abstain from all Intoxicating drinks Alcohol never glvm urenmti It only excites the same as the whtp- to the borer Incrpnses tlw puwr of mists Tb apparent lornase of strength 1 followed by Riveter rt baucUoa There is tto mean of n peking strength except by taking CI- ad alcohol IN never a food It you would increase your endurao e amt aptitude for service diminish she rl + k of accident and preserve your health become a practice abstainer Th church less taken up this work sod together with the state U trylnc to build up a fOHtlnwrn tbat hall d wand total abstinence and abolish I hi isle Bt spirits a a beveriR In Great llrltaln a number of very large societies having this as thorn pr 11 purpose are appealing to tin public through sermons lecture and trans far more energetically than any steal lar efforts In this country The med tea journals Ural venture In etpre opinions reflecting on this work err vigorously attacked and denounce and this Is but the beginning The ottrapeGteci statements that he ako belie subject in this country Is pa tented In a more hysterical way than abroad Is untrue Some of the leading medical men of Ruropo art proaounceii advocates of the abolition of atoehnt ns a beverage Men of worldwide rep station have no fears of entering upon this great crusade In this country there are only a very few eminent men who are pronounced abstainer and defenders of such views In pub lie There Is a singular timidity about taking up this problem although Ira evils are more and more apparent in the accidents diseases and criminal statistics of the luntry SocietiesI which are formed In largo cities ami thaws to promote knowledge of the dangers of alcohol are almost entirely officered and managed by laymen and persons unfitted to be teachers while tho medical men to whom the work belongs are Indifferent and reticent about assisting There Is something strangely Inconsistent In tine attitude which happily cannot last long The medical men will be forced to take sides In this great struggle which Is rapidly comlug into prominence Japan Drinks Ten Japan with practically the same poor laws as Great Britain has only 24000 paupers while Great Britain has a hundred thousand A Japanese statesman being asked to explain this difference In results replied The Japanese drink tea the British drink alcohol In the contest bctweeen Japan and Russia no little can be attached to tho sign ImportanceJthat the Japanese soldiers abstainers while the alcoholic stimulants even to excess Every PoorHouse Every poorhoiise is a protest against liquor selling for threequar ters of the paupers are the victims of the saloons American Issue N CRASS IN IOWA JBumlng Difference of Opinion Among Experts Regarding It How It Can Be Exterminated Farmers In Iowa are having some worry relative to quack gross fearing that Ha already heavy growth means a serious setback to farming in certain sections In a popular bulletin just Is sued from Ame Prof 1ammel de scribes quack grass as follows Quack gVoss may be recognized by Itn long running roolslocks sterna from one to three feet high rather broad smooth leaves with numerous iplkclets from four to eight flowers In each Bplkolot Spikes three to ton inches long Quack grew Is a natural used weed In many sections of this QIACX OKA- Mwnlry It to a native of Utirape but Is common In the eaetert states Quack grsys Bulletin Mltor Will If Ogllvte lute been both con demned sad commended at various times by agricultural writer Prof IjxmsanScrlbner in toto hook on Gmeae of Tennessee says la dome parts of the eastern and middle states It Is abundant In open- tlelds It hi a apod gran for hay but its Mrong crMtrinc rentxtock which spread rapidly In alt direction render it one of the wont weeds In cultivated lands hardly beta dlflkvlt to eradicate than Johnson amass The bulletin eootee a Pmyett county Iowa farmer en brat means of ester mlnatlnftiinark eras While It la late fur this reason it la hardly leeug KFHtive The farmer says Plow the ground very shallow early in the spriaL then kurrow until perfectly level 11 It lie until about the Sth of June when the qwiek grace and other weed will have reoehed a tune growth Take three good horses awl a 1Clnrh walking pl8W and turn tits ground over plowing M deep as PMe using a heavy log chain attached lo plow and whiniotree to pull the growth of vegetation Into the furrow so that it will be completely covered Sow with buckwheat and harrow lightly with stontlniMooth drag harrow around the field In the stove direction In which It was plowed w as not to uncover any of the vegetation that bu been turnod under or bring any of the quack grass roots to the lurfae If the above treatment of ground that Is infested with quack grass Is carried out little It any of the weed will be left and the crop of buckwheat will more than pay for tho trouble Touching upon a similar line Prof Pammel Ii quoted ns follows The ijraa can be exterminated by proper methodo of ctilturo and treat ment For tho extermination of quack grass tho fiord should tie plowed lerootntoeka exposed to tho sun by giv ing tile field n thorough harrowing removed and burned Wo should also remember that every severed rootetock of quack grass will give rife to a new plant hence the Importance of having these removed and the Importance of preventing the leaves from appearing mi the latter furnish sustenance to the plant This process of removal must be continued as long as quack grass appears Various chemical imbalances havo been recommended for Its exter mination but so far ns T know none of these are as succcssTnl us the lioo and cultivator Patience with the Heifer Take your time about teaching the heifer to milk Lots of men are In too big a hurry nnd they expect too much of the young Iowa anyway It has token most of us n good many years to learn what we know and there are some things that we are not altogether posted on even flow Form Jtmrnal rOT Use on the lAwn For gntherlng small tones roots leaves etc from the garden or JaV1 n box leaving the top and one side removed Is very bandy After the ma terial Is raked up In plies it can be brushed orrakcdlnto the box and then emptied Ropq handles to each end an an addeamprovemenL Give a fresh lot of earlycut clover bay every day and remove any that in out eaten before more Is put In took to the ties on bi Ided trees HINTS FOR dOW STABLE No Objection to Storing Hay In the Loft If the Flooring Be Tight f There Is often a doubt In the minds of some dairymen whether a room over which bay Is stored can be safely used for sanitary milk production says 11 E Cook of New York This sentiment Is no doubt based upon the loose cell ing of former years from which chart and dirt were constantly falling It can have no foundation In fact when the stable ceiling Is constructed an herein described In our northern lati tudes living rooms for cows should not be over eight and onehalf to nine feet from floor to ceiling We are there fore compelled to build a floor between the nnlmals and the roof Why not use this loft for storage whether It be high or low A track with car can be placed in tbe ridge of this loft where it Is not convenient lo drive above and hay can be filled In easily and cheaply If tho ceiling Is perfectly tight u it should be there cab be no objection to storing hay or straw above the stable Only a tow of the certified dairies have hay In a separate building the durt of hay is of course the chief objection If the hay could be thrown separatedfromcan bo no good objection to this arrange mentWhen tho building Is narrow oi when It Is not considered advisable lo drive lnto the eowroara for manure tht mod ern track and carrier are oonvenleut and serviceable use one that Is easily and tillingItdumpintohandling of tile manure It should be said tlat litany dairymen prefer this arrangement because considerable dirt is unavoidably brought into the stable when tile manure is collected with a team In my personal experience this objection Is more than offset by the con venlenee of the method Convenience In feeding makes It essential that the granary silo and root storage should be at the most readily accessible point quickly parts of the building are In the ground floor Such construction might en tall store barn roof but the ex tra expense of this would be fully offset hy tbe leeeenod labor In caring for the tetoek HAY BARN WITH SHEDS iMtruqtlons for the Brootien of the Some No Grew Use in the Dam In living information relative to the erection of a hay barn with skids at tached Joaeph K Wing In the Ureederi Ckuette rays Krect the sheds met on each side of the 14 foot space In tile center then put up the rafters In the middle sad you have It Tbe drawing show the frame M plainly that any carpenter can or shostM erect It Tke whole is 2U stun script the plates which am 2x10 The purpose of the long brace la the eked running from DIAGRAM OP HARN WITH SIll DS near tho foot of the short post Is to carry the thrust of tho ration as near lo the ground as possible seeing that there are no cnwetles at all In the barnThe rafters are nit 2x8 Inches Ire gret that we did not specify that dl menelon In Farm Buildings seeing that they cost but Hllle more than lighter ones and nothing more in labor of erecting and are sure proof against any weight of snow I observe that even moderate sized dwellings have 2xS rafters In the eMI Make blocks of concrete for fouda tion and set each one a three fourths lash pin that will project through a threeInch block abcnt 10x10 Inches The ends of the posts will then too nail with spikes nicely to this block There should be an overhang to shelter the door In the end and the track In the peak Put In a sling carrier of the strongest make nnd you will have a good outfit There ought to be a continuous manger along the side antra long chute above It Into which hays may be thrown from the mow Cement Blocks There seems to be a great develop ment of the business of making blocks or stones of sand and cement It looks like a slmplenperation but care must be taken In mixIng and packing The First Silo It Is said that Mr Morris of Maryland was the first man In the United States to construct a silo Dut It was Gaftnrt of France who first called at tention to preserving green crops In an airtight vessel The coolest part of the day is best for picking tomatoes for market Nev er handle them while wet with dew or rainFor succession a last sowing of the early laMe beets may be made DANIEL IN THE LIONS DEN Sunday School Lesson for Oct 8 1905 SpeCial Pre srd forThU Paper LtfiHON TlOXTDiuilel 6WO Mem ory Verse 2121- CiObDtCN TICXTThe ngl of the Lord ercampclh round about them that tear llm and dcllvtreth lhlmIaam 7TUflAboul tl C US within a year or- t wo of lest Sunday1 lenIf- ACKl1l1cerIRln but one of the cap Hals of the Ieralan empir- e8CIUlTtnKHBrEKRNCK8Pr mU lo OoOa Children In Trooble Pea flil7 tlBt 1110 4111 0016 MJ1 Hi lea 412 21 41 Mutt 631 711 10J9ll Irov 316 IC 17 HOlD 8S8 32 1789 Jan 111 prom lara to the overcomer Hey 2 and 1 Itev MMTThoio who have trusted Ued Abta ham then It 19 Elijah 1 KInks chape IS 19 Peter Acts chap 6 and II Noah Oen chap GS Joaeph CfB chaps 39 und 411 SUadrnch Dlw hash and Abed near Dan Si John Actl S Stephen Acts n Paul Acts 161640 ft Mote Bx and Hob iSJi 9 David 1 Sam chaps 17 14 and M nlxn Judjt chops 6 on4 7 lluad Heb 11 Comment and Suggestive Thought INTHOQUCTOItYDanlel the wtso man after many years of unrecorded usefulness or of retirement to private life Is now an old titan of 80 or 90 years again brought Into political prominence by the same guiding Providence Three great cabinet officers were placed over the IK provinces and of these Daniel Was the chief Though an exile ho had risen to tower and prosperity lie had maintained his religion and his In tegrity Tbvsovoro trials to which be lied been subjected not only resulted In raising him to higher honors and spheres of usefulness hut had confirmed him In his religion In Ida Integrity and In his courage nut the higher one climbs the flerccrlheslornis and Daniel felt their full force It lie was a Jew a foreigner exalted over natives who wanted the place on account of his na the force of personality and strong character What right had he to be plauod over them Knvy was sharper than a serpents tooth 2 Daniels character was a perpetual reproof They were tired of seeing his good deeds and hearing his praise as the Athenian voted for the condemnation of Arlslldeav the Just simply because he was weary of hearing him rolled the Just tl lie stood In the way of their dishonest galas Suck officers In tutee tine al most always trade their potltloti a means of wealth- V 10 Now better Andoon with Daniel knew that the writ lag was signed Inscribed made permanent as an official document Daniel knew that he was walking amid lUll a pitfall many a snare And his windows being open In his chum ber etc More clear1 y and more exactly now he had In his roofclwalHir open windows froatiag Jerusalem Tne clause Is pHretttbtttcal and describes the constant and habitual arrangement of Daniels window Prof Driver Kneeled upon hit knee A Sttingat titude for humble prayer favoring lbIspirit of devotion Three times a day Uke the psalmist IM 56 IT VII Then tkOMttien The princes who had planned the plot Resembled I to know the fuel personally and make the proof complete I V It The law of the Mede and Peistans which tltercth not In this two priuciplea are Involved One the oxIMenre of a bellied law er tale by which the king himself tb cretlcnlly t any rale IB bound and which ho cannot alter the oilier the Inclusion under this law nr rule of the Irrevocability of a royal tleeree or promise V 14 The lung was ir ihspleftBfid labored till the go Ing down of the sun to deliver him Uuerho fallod on arcuuut of the unalter able law V 1s They brought Danlol and cast him Into the den of lions This was ac cording to oriental otiitom on the even tag of the same day The story of the den nMlom Is strictly In keeping with Uabytoulan usages Thy Rod Ho will deliver theo The Icing lnew so much of what God hind Bono for Dan lei In tho past tlnl be encouraged him soil and Daniel by the note of deliverance V 17 Stone Inld upon the mouth of the den The mouth was tbo door through which the animals were put Into the lea Sealed It with his own signet If thoaccesstothellons- den was arranged Rite that of a eepul rher a bar would bo GIN acro front of the stone fastened to NtherI side of lite doorway by thongs the knotting of which was scaled with wax stamped with a signet Trislram And with the signet of his lords So that neither party could tamper with It V 19 Tho king arose very early Literally In the dawn In the first gllm mering of light V 20 Cried with a lamentable voice Full of grief and anxiety- V 22 My Cod bath sent Ills angel As one like the Son of God WAS In the fiery furnace with the three whom Nebuchadnezzar had cast Into the dames 23 And no manner of hurt was found upon him because ho believed had trustmt In his God God never falls those who trust In Him Iwo Ways of Deli ve ante 1 There Is sometimes Immediate relief from persecution and death as lu Ihe case of Daniel and the three men in the fiery furnace and Peter In prison In Jerusalem and Paul and Silas In Phil Ippl 2 On the other hand equally rood men were not delivered in that way a long list of prophets many of the apostles John the Baptist James Stephen and even Christ Himself Were not these dolrored too and glori ously because Ihclr d ath wrought more for the CUED they loved than a longer Ue could have done Strange Rainstorms In the Colorado desert there are rain storms during which not a drop of wa ter touches the earth Tho rain can be scon falling from the clouds high above but whoa It reaches the hot dry air beneath the clouds It Is entirely absorbed These strange rainstorms take place in regions where the thnr momotcr often registers 128 degrees In tbe shade London Zoo Gorilla Jllra Crowther the largest and flare Mt gorilla over captured lately arrived at the London zoological gardens She Is five foot six Inches In height moos ures 42 Inchos around the chest and possesses great strength Occasionally she has fit of rage but usually she r very shy and hides her Jaco front vie itors with her hands Captain Death An English master mariner named Death has hind his namo changed He said in explanation that he was now acting as first omcer but expected soon to have command of a ship He was afraid that few passengers would caro about risking a voyage in a shir captained by Death Kansas City Times Too Much Trousers In feudal days Japanese courtier worn wide trousers wire ni long at their legs so that they trailed oCtet the wearer nelnsto Introduced there In Tho Darling of the Gods but they to convulsed the managerial audlenct at the first dross rehearsal that literally he had to cut them outaod oft Crown of the Virgin The pope has ordered a firm of Flor ence Jewelers to manufacture crowr set with Imitation stones for the image of the virgin In the basilica of the vat lean In place of n crown containing gems valued at 7600000 which Is tc be deposited In the vaults of the Vati can Feminine Comment Hero Maria hero Is a story about SO Buffalo women who cooked on one stove for more titan a year and didnt have a single quarrel In all that time What an amiably stupid lot they must have been Cluvelaml Plato Dcolrr Hard to Downy When the good men seems lo ho con gored the powers of evil have still to rue their shortlived triumph and In say as Pyrrhus Mid when he detested the RomhTbrn swrh vlrtorl r would ruin me Archdeneon Farrar Helping the World Make yourself n necessity to the world by what you contribute in the way of personal comfort by what you are In embodying before men all that gentle nerou and pullRa Only a Bluff Why dote a woman after making such 1 solemn promise to obey at the sitar give her husband such a cold and hollow laugh when he merely hints that it would be the proper thing to 1101 Old Ruse Costumes The old local coeiumts are still worn In many parts of Iltfuia There is great variety In them bet rich em broidery and an imposing head dress of some sort are common to all Even He You married me for my money Ska Well what If I did I dWnt yet Illnt that punishment enough t- Dotroil Free Press- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 29- CATTIECommon 2 SB 3 75 Heavy steers 4 85 5 00 CALVES Extra 8 25 4D 8 50 HOGS Ch packers C CO 5 72jh Mixed packers 5 26 5 CO SHEEP Extra 4 60 Q 4 75 LAMBS Bxtra 7 35 4 7 40 FLOUR Spring pat 5 65 5 9- 0tVHPATNo 2 rou 88 0 S9 No 3 rod 3 85 COn N No 2 mixed 5G No 2 while P 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed Qt 30 ItYENo 2 68 4t 7- 0IIAYCh timothy 013 00 PORKClear mess d15 85 LAUD Steam 7 75 6J 7 871 nUTTERCh dairy 15 Choice creamery 41t 22w- aAPPLESChoico 2 50 3 50- POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 Q 1 GO TOBACCO New 5 00 f13 00 Old 4 GO 14 75 Chicag- oFLOURWlnter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red S4W 85Va No3 red 81Vi 8- 4COnNNo2 mixed 5131 52 OATSNo 2 mixed 27 835 RyENo2 72 PORK Mess 14 C2V414 75 LARD Steam 4D 7 17ft New York FLOUR Win strts 4 00 63 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red M CORNNo2 mixed 8 58Y1 OATS No 2 mixed 32 8 33 Vi RYE Western tb 67 PORK Moss li 50 IS on LAUD Steam 0 7 CO Baltimore VHBATNo 2 red 82Y 82ft CORNNo2 mixed 4D 58 CATTLE Steers 4 00 M 4 50 SIIEEPNo 260 0 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 4p 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 1W 29 PORK Mess 412 00 LARD Sloam 0 725 Sndunapalls WHEAT No 2 red 43 8- 6COHNNo2 mixed ti 545 OATSNo 2 mixed 2 il e i RICHMOND GREENHOUSES iPhone 188 Richmond Ky ICUTFLOWERSi DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS In no +o+o+0 +o+o+o +o+o+o+o +0+0+0 +o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+0+0+0 o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON or co+ FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 4o Take a Look Through Our Stock 1 0 canc+ + IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 0 + New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines t2 251130 and 35 worth WI tOO and T65 0 i + EVANSo tPhole 4766o70+o +0+0 +0+0+o+00+0+0+ +0+0+0+0+000+00+0+0 +0+0+0 + I Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesTraps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyfinishgiveNo than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Hockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retiro rGetour prices KENTUCKY WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky II 1 Madison County Roller Mills fWIoJFancy Roller Flour Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn CJ Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another KxccMcnl HCLT IbIII I1 Potts Ducrson Vhilw Suiioo KT II wwMw I IIII M LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Daily Leavu Beroa JWO a tn Arrive Rchmoml 415 a m Arrivu Parisrrr28a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 IiQ a m Going North Train 2 Gaily Leave Boroa 132 p m Arrivo Richmond 200 p m Arrive Pars 830 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m r Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea111 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going SouthTln I Gaily Leave Boron1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains numbers 9 sad S carry Burr t Parlor tar an I coaches between Cincinnati rod Knoxvillo lit both illrectlom Trains num ten 1 snd 4 carry Pullman vctibuledSleeping mr and orache between Clnclunall mod Knox vllle In loth directions W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE A ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effectApr111S1905F- AST ROUND No I Xf 3 No 9 Veraflles I0li a m OSJp m- KlrholmiTlllo 1100 Vullcy View 1131 74- 1Hlrhmunilur 11ST emmIr- vine LOT 7W Beattyrlllo 240 rr r gB Bratlyvlllc Jet 300 1090 WEST BOUND No Z Ko a No S Vtnwilllca TJinro 191 p in Nfrholntrllle 6M 221 Valley View OSS 204- Itlchmond IT Goo 145 Illchmom ar 7A4 p m 130 lrrni Upm 1SS 500Dcygrlhe lOJOa ra JVvtyYllle Jet 33V J030 No2slid 81 and S make dote connertloni at NlcliolarvlUc stand from Uxinotou and TInrl watt and at Vcrmtltei 10 ant mm Ptif Ibyvlllo tllIl LdnltVllle No t fonheeti at Boittyvllls Jmictlou for JacVion fur any further Informs sou sddrvu ear n8nlTil l 0 AltVersailles r Buggies Durable repaint CARRIAGE Manufacturers filer- RichmondlvItU7w Call at T 7 Moborlejs and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete anti uptodate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of Watch and Clock Work Jowolry Repairing Etc I do work for the most prominent vicinityWork express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN MT VKUNOX HKMTCKTR- irciEXCK Bank of Mt Vernon Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for tBoys 200 and 175 for Youths II The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satlifactlon than J other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear- era expect more for their money than they an get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect H I fit Inspection Inv- itedCOYLE y HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I FIRE ALARM SIGNALS DISTRICT No Prospect Cottage 2 Ladies Hltll3Presidents House t Chapel5Library Lincoln Hall- Industrial Buildings 8 Howard Hall 0 Center Street13Ric- hmond Pike lot Mt Vornon Street 16 West 1fmid10 CODE SIGNAL 2 short rings 3 short rings 1 4short rings 1 short C 1 long ring 1 long C I short ring 1 long 1 short 1 long 1 short 1 long R 1 short 1 long 2 short rings 1 short pause 3short 11 short pause 4 short pause 5 short 11short pause 0 short In case of go to nearest alarm break glass long for general alarm then give signal for district in which is located Ono short ring means is out B E CARTMELL Chief of 1Iro Dopt W G FROST President I I I 11+1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I IlHlHlMHH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 11 I r 1 Announcements are of marriage of W D McIlvaine and Miss Frances Hooper of Timpson Texas Mr Mcllvaine was formerly a student in Berea coming from Oak Park Ill Ho is now cashier and bookkeeper for a business house in El Paso Texas A protracted meeting is being held this week at Congregational church Rev N Kingsbury in charge There is preaching every night at 730 Everybody is welcomed Mr J B Hair who been working under Mr Wnrthen for College died Sunday evening of peritonitis Mrs Hair returned with body to home in Beloit 0 on Monday Vernon Wheeldon at tended Mrs Hair home The expense of Mr Hairs sickness and death was about fifty dollars which is being raised subscription Leonard Morris son of Daniel B Morris of McKee died at home of his father on September 14 after a somewhat extended illness An extendednotice of his battle with disease and appreciation of his charac ter to hand which our limitedspace prevents us from print ing in Mrs Gillen aged mother of Mrs Pawley of Jackson Street week with a granddaugh ter for an extended visit in Rich mond Professor and Mrs Diusmoro are in Estill County with extension of College and Mrs Tupper visited them at Station Camp over Saturday and Sunday Mr Louis C Hinman formerly manager of TIlE CITIZEN and for some years the head of Printing Do partment of College is now Business Manager of The Morgan town Chronicle Daily and Weekly of Morgantown W Va The Chron idle is a fine newsy paper aud will COLLEGE BELL SIGNAL 2 taps 3 taps 4 taps 5 taps 0 tnpa 7 taps S tops 0 tops 1 tup pauso 3 taps 1 tap pauso 4 taps 1 tap pause 5 taps 1 tap pause 0 taps fire the give ring flee fire F IiI out the the has the the her by the has come full the loft last the tent the Mr the the 11 I I lIt I I I I I I I H I I I I I I IJ otter a great opportunity to a man of such energy and ability as Mr Hlu manW N Hanson of Winchester is visiting his parents The household goods of Rev Mr Stout have arrived and ho is moving into Dr Cornelius house Mrs Jennie Hill has moved into the Fee house into the flat recently vacated by Instructor King Mrs Robe occupies the tipper flat C F Hanson was in Louisville FridayWill from Florida is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T J Coyle Mr and Mrs Fowler of Livingston have returned to Berea to live Mrs SW Sbanklandof Willough by 0 and her daughter Mrs N J Long of Akron 0 the latter accompanied by her little son have arrived at Professor Dodges andwill make a somewhat extendedvisitoJ The greatest sale that Berea has over seen is in progress at Bicknell aC Earlys store on Chestnut Street this week Mr Wildman the superintendent of the sale besides taking four columns in TilE CITIZEN has had twentyfive thousand broadside ad vertisements printed and has flooded the surrounding territory for thirty miles with these As a result of this the store is crowded from morning till night Wednesday it was necessary to close the doors once during the evening till those inside had been served the crowd was so great Judicious advertising pays The Diphtheria seems well under control as the Citizen goes to press there being but a few cases left and those not dangerous If no further outbreakoccurs the public schools willreopen on Monday But parents should be warned at the first touch of sore throat to call in a physician in order that there may bo no chance of infection Tho State Board ol Health declares in a recent circular Diphtheria is both contagious and infectious and is distinctively a pro vnntativo disease being easily limited itIand makes its escape upon the com blameIchurch week house for a parsonage for the pastor of that church Tho building will be twentyeight feet by eighteen timid will be two stories high 1101 I I I I I I I H H H I I I II 1 College ItemsI HERE AND t11 I r I I I I I vi I Ito George W Carmany of tho firm of Carmany C Carmany of Cincinnati made a pleasant cull on the College Tuesday of this week Mr Elmer Bald of Foster Ky enteredschool Tuesday Clark Guy of Perry county ar rived Wednesday to enter school Dora Philpard of Nasbio Va one expectstoterm Herman Frenger has been ill in Christ Hospital at Cincinnati but is now at his home in Amelia Oj and expects to bo with us for the winter term G A R Out Posts Comrades M J Gabbard and J M Murphy have been visiting other comrades in tho country ho idea of establishing sub Pget at some convenient point thocquntry where those may meet who find it in convenient to meet with the central Post at Borea It has been that Blantou Flat presents decidedI sired conditions and next lessor Dodge as tho Senior Post Commander will visit that point with other comrades for the purpose organizingsuch a sub Post und ofI ing a company of now With tho establishment of n few such sub Posts at convenient points in the country surrounding Berea there in no reason why there should be any veteran outside of tho G A R any whore in this vicinity In Memory Of When Gabbard who died Sop tembor 20 1006I- lovr swwtly stw It tlMsjtog In kwr smve tetmtKUio Mil Ok wccwW Ml wfcbt watcher PiOM bet elmnber lyre with God MM hM gMHT to Ue wttk Jew N that Nat to lave awl bright he t with tltt Iwpnr asrgees KM fanvtrsMtc to whit She Its 1m44 front o f cod pet AM UM M W Mttklr We Nine acme tO fclMW of MHYOW Never rare to kB wfHrtfr o1lHow ally we a1MN aiM her In the sere feet IMHK hy BMt we hope to Meet thee HMen Incur home l yoiul the alqM 8 C I Change in P 0 Hours On and after October 1St the Post Office will be open from 7 a m to 7 p m instead ofb a m to 6 p m as formerly The time of closing noon mall 1230 will remain the same as formerly but evening mail will be locked out at 7 p m prompt- S G HANSON P M n Farm for Sale Farm of 45 acres five room house good barn and outbuildings About ten cores in timber all of the balance in grass good water for house and stockeverlasting good orchard and small fruits Near school church and postoffice good mills and bank within ono mile This property can bo bought right Call on or address J H CORNS LISON Madison Co Waco KyI JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Pleaded Guilty To Malfeasance andI Oppression In Office Kansas City Oct fA J Llddll Justice of the pooco at Independence Mo a confederate veteran and oneI of the lieutenants of Quantrill thOI guerilla pleaded guilty In the crlmInal court bore to a trivial charge malfeasance and oppression In officeI lie was given a light fine which was paid promptly This conviction unllerI the laws of Missouri acts not only as an ouster from once but forever duI bars Llddll from holding office In this state Consul George Dobson Resigns Washington Oct fGeorge L Dotx son of Iowa formerly a secretary of state has resigned his position as con sul general at Hang Chow China alter but a very few weeks of work Ho complains of the mode of life of the Chinese Eastern ient ckyNewsl LETCHER COUNTY MAY NINO Sept 30Mrs Nancy Holbrook tins jtml returned homo from Speight Ky whore sho has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jennie Johnson H B Croft ill making fine progress on his now residence near tho mouth of Thornton The Sundayschool hero Is in full blast with W I Webb nud Urias Webb and others as teachers Mr Annnnico Webb of this vicinity died ft few days ago Ho leaves many friends and relatives to mourn his loss Ills remains wore laid to rest in tho graveyard near II B CroftsR II Holbrook is haul ling lumber in Virginia this week Ed Pollwy hits just returned from goodsBeamStringing welcome Isoin Hall was here last paSRltthureMessrs Powers and Souz were hero produloAlurgebore Sunday V Reading Notice openPridnyAll women desiring to attend aro requested to bo timers time first day promptly at 100 p m Mrs C B Llndsloy 105 2t Secretary DR R C BoonsD- ENTIST Corner 11hr nod Ilnmilwnr IIKllUA KY i At Urtagiten Monday and Tuesday MILLINERY OPENING DAYS Friday and Saturday Oct 6 and 7 Wo will show our Trimntctl Mil pineryn collection of tho choicest models of Parisian designers together with oxuct reproductions from our own work room All the Latest Shapes- In velvet and other Hats Alice Bluo Olive Oxford Garnet and Brown We cater to the YOUNG of course that mains everybody but sonic foul too young and some too old to come under that hooding Well thou for you your particular self tho right style tho right shade the right shape and tho right price is here A Great Variety of Shapes Time backs are high and trimmed in most fetching ways They art pretty All count Mrs A T Fish Ortrrrr rrnrra Ittrrvdttrt+ lrr 200 BUSHELS SEED RYE r t For sale at market price t Phone 44 E T FISH S AA At44AAWl444d4O n sr- C Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the smnll amount it would tnke to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC r W H PORTER Berca Ky AT THE BANK It Pays to Paint in the Fall H you use good paint We believe Mrongljr In the fall II a good painting season and urge you not to put the Job off till next spring We also believe in the splendid value of SHERwIH WILLIAMS PAINT and urge you to use It this fall No better paint made No better time to paint Come in and let us tell you why we lien in the fall and S W P IJcI The Porter Drug Co a CosroATBO p tJooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooo ooooooo 0- i 0- o to o- s o- O o Well Pursed Women I 0 0- o 0 o 0 a As well as those who must adorn themselves morcsccononv ically wish to supply their wants at the lowest possible o o price consistent with the quality and style of the goods In Dross goods we can show you as fine an assortment o- as o was evor shown in Berca Our line of Silk and Woolen e iShirtWaistings is exceptionally fine o Our Notion department is tHe most complete in Town i Call and be convinced 0o O oS 0- o i C J Hanson Co Io o 0o 00 0- oooooooo 0 r O oo oooooo oso ooooooooooo oooeoooo o tSUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc cursed During the Past IlFewDays ACtiON OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exalting Events In the United BUtes aid Foreign Ootmtrlen Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimes and Casualties l farther detail of the ravages of tba recent typhoon In Uu Philippines show that the Ion of life and property Is much larger than anticipated When the coait guard cutter Luyte was wrecked 11 Americans and 21 native were drowned At the town ot Soreo gee11 native wee drowned LoN on hemp plantations II estlmatod at 1000000A Industrial commercial exhibit will soon 6e established at Shsmthal China by Itarou Cert of that place who Is In ass Krauateeo perfecting arrangements Acting Itostmaster General Hitch cock In a circular malted to all poet meters hoe renewed tbe oampalt started recently against objectionable poet cards Jose Miguel Oome governor of the proviace of Santa Clara Cube wto was nominated by the liberals for the presidency hasw resigned Ids candi dacy In letters to the executive corn tiltte of Ms party be gives the tea alias for his action laying pert of lhr blame on tbe United States owing to the Ptatt ameHdmenL The rwport of Commissioner Rich ards or the general public lead office hews that during the year 16979078 acres of public tends and 77116 aeres of IndUR land were disposed of the total exceeding that fur 1WI by CM 800 acre Q V White United Slats mURal for tile southern district of Georgia find J W Doyle assistant marshal ar rived In Montreal to take Col Gajmor Ned Cart One buck to Savannah fur trial ON charges of defrauding Use tatted States sjoveniBMBi Her J W WllUfbrd of TayliKTlUe 111 who Is eo ductlag a revival sere Ire Mar SprlniAsW was aeeWeatally shot sad kllu1 while out squirrel bust- Ing by Rll Green a tad of II yearn It has bees decided by the Jysl cisns la atlendaece upon President Harper of Cfeicngo ualvn4ty that nothtag wiN jmre his life but a awrxl raltprnHoaof heroic character In NeverlAek Mountain hotel to caW oa Use anmnlt of Neteraiak mountain oa the outskirts of Heading 1a seat destroyed by are Loss JIOO 000 Tbe Santlflsjo volcano In Ktoaragu In la violent aniBjUoa sod la throw InciheH waftrr and hot rocks oyer a ranatdt raWe 0reL Millions of coffee tree ailjncont wore destroyed Dr Arthur Weir Johnston a lead tug ftpcrlallst la abdominal surgery died ut his residence In Cincinnati alt or a weke lllHoaa from ap eiidleitls romplirttpd with nettle peritonitis sad bstnictk n of the bowols Secretary Wilson of the depart most of ggricnllnre predicts lower re tall prices during the coming whiter season for meat dairy ptwlneu pottl try and other necessities of life He says the relief for the householder wilt coma from the enormous yields of amaH grain unit In Ute great grain ter ritory There arc nine fully developed cases of diphtheria and 12 more In which thoro aro sumo of the symptoms of the disease at tho Annapolis naval acade my There aro also five oases of ty phoid fever The browmastore1 next convention will be hold In tho Twin Clllos The mayor of Hull Eng announced that negotiations bad boon concluded with on American company for the os tnbllshment at Hull of a manufactory omptoylng 1000 hands Nature of the business withhold Mrs A J Condltt and four children JollIIn cold blood at tholr homo near Ed I nn Tox Tho mother nod daughter were aiwauUcd and their bodlos bru tally disfigured In tho government land fencing t cases Judge Mungor In tho United State court at Omaha sentenced John Krause n ranohniRn living near Alli puce Neb to pay a fine of 800 and lonehalf of the cost of tho case and his brother Herman Krause to pay a fine of J600 and ono half tho costs Secretary of War Taft and part of his party arrived at San Francisco from the Orient On this trip the Ko rea covered tho distance In 10 days 11 hourt and 5 minutes an average speed of IS Itnots for tho ontlro trip Sccro tary Taft says the Filipinos aro not yet ripe for Independence Among the Indictments handed down by the grand jury at Philadelphia was ono against John W 11111 former chief of bureau of filtration who is already under bond to stand trial on two In I dlctmonts found against him Tho secretary of tno treasury makes tho announcement that on tho 2d of October noxt ho will resumo refunding operations under tho act of March 14 1900 Wreckage washed ashore on lan CUTOO Island points to tho loss with all hands of tbo ship Loch Vonnacher which Ipft the Clydu Juno 14 bound to Adelaide and Mclbournn I Announcement was made that the wage scale of the metal workers and machinists in the locomotive repair shops of the Baltimore Ohio rail road lira been revised resulting In an ailvnnoo of from 10 to 25 cents a day Frank Heard a wellknown Illustrator died at Ida home In Chicago of cerebrnl hemorrhage lie was wldelj knatn as the originator of Chalk Talk anti for many years has hose connected with Ilnins Horn Intense excitement exists at Gallup N M over the assassination of An drew Ceo a wealthy coal mine own er who lives near that city and the fatal wounding of his beautiful young wife The motive for the crime Is thought to have been robbery Ubtral party tenders fearing trou Me at the presidential election In Cuba In December are preparing to send a committee to Washington to ask the United States to Intervene and Ruar antee that the oWettonu will be properly conducted The Infanta Maria Theresa sister of King Alfonso and second in enacts lion to the Spanish throne will marry Prince Kurdlnnnrt of Davuria her cons In before the ond of the year Gov Cox baa panUm Clarence Peak wrvlng an 18year sentence In the brash prison at Pretax Than 11 was convicted of killing lilies Hulll at Clinton Riddled with bullets from the waai ons of oMcers of the law that be had defied for weeks Will IS Wins the desperado who lies beet terrorltln llryan county Georgia psid the pttn Ilirla the anion of the legislative corn mlttee of life Insurance Invrstlgntloi George W PerkiMe vlee preslilent or the Nw York Life sad a member ol the Nrm of J P ilorgan Co was un Ihe stead Mr Perkins testined IJ a number of transactions In which hp represented Morgan A Co as seller and the New York life Insurance Co as purchaser Then have beta repeated eollistoni In Iludaneat between he socialists mail the supporters of the coalition due to tho hostility of the former beaus the coalition refuses to accept unreservedly the socialist program of uulversa suffrage favoring only an extension of the franchise Premier llouvltr and Prince Von Uadolla the German ainbaesador sun ed the KraneoOennan accord concern lag the Moroccan conference thus defl altely terminating the dlRlcnlt nogotia lions which at tine time threatened to disturb the peace of IbHoj Senator John T Morgan of Ala bawa has written a letter to Chair man T P Sbonu of the Panama ca flat commlseion d vllalng the Invila tlon to accompany the commission to Panama The tkrnan government Is watching with keen Interest the Investigation DOW being conducted by a committee of the New York ieclatiire lute the affairs and conduct of American In surnnce cuatoaalir At a meeting of a committee oi Michigan membeni of the Royal Area nun It wan decided to raise 75iHK to light in the courts the sliding wait of rates recently adopted by the MO city The business block west of the pub He square at Ilenneltsvllle S t wa consumed by Ore with the exception of the Planters batik building The bee will Aggregate about 100000 The Wcho tie Paris prints an article signed by Andrew Carnegie In whirl the writer argues In favor of an all sate of the United States Prance and Great Britain for the safeguarding of the peace of the world The reeling of uncertainty regard tug the visit of President Roosevelt still exists and there la some apnra konMnii that this decision of the Amer lean Public Henlth atuolatton to have a committee oomiiiunlonto to the presi dent its sentiments of opposition In the visit nt this limo may cause the cutting out of New Orleans from the present trip- Doforo the legislative Investigating commltteo Alfred W Mama an ama elAte auditor of tho KqultableLlfo As suranco society testified that the Bqultablc Life the Mutual Life and the New York Life Cos had formed a pool to look after the legislation before the various stato legislatiiroa William 11 Travers a millionaire man of leisure son of Uio colobrntotl wit and Wall street operator William 11 Travors committed suloldo by shooting hlmsolf through the head In his apartments In New York nuslnoes failures In tho United States for tho wool ending September 3S number 186 against 173 the week previous 179 In the till week of 1001 153 In 1003 and 104 In 1901 J A Darragh a mining engineer from Camboiirne DrltlBh Columbia coiled at ho office of Slate Geologist Uliitchloy Indianapolis to Inform him of the result of n prospecting lour In Drown county Indiana Ho found sev oral diamonds sapphires and agates which ho exhibited to Mr Ulatchloy M WIUo has been created a Run sian count In addition to conferring on WItte Germanys highest order the Black Eagle tho kaiser hAS presented him his portrait framed In paid The wreck of the British steamer Chatham with her cargo of 90 tons ot dynamite and blasting gelatin In the Suez canal was blown up by mines distributed around and Inside her hull Eleven Now York contractors charg od with conspiracy In Importing Eng llsh tllo setters to tho United States under contract woro arraigned before United States Commissioner Uldgway Examination was sot for October 4 and ball was fixed at 2500 each Supremo Commander J U Bloler of Indianapolis wan reelected to that of flee by tho supremo lodge of the Im proved Order of Knights of Pythias A welldressed and educated Japan use who registered at tho Delaware hotel New York as K Nakamer con m Kted suicide by slashing his throat from ear to ear and then Jumping from the roof to an extension a distance or four stories He was dead when found He had been brooding over the JapaneseRussian terms of pence Twenty cases of bubonic plague ten of which resulted fatally have ocoul red near the RuMlan frontier In Mon golla and two cases at Manchuria Station Warren Miller a farmer realdlDj near MurphynLoro III baa received a reward of 1000 from the Illinois Central railroad Several months ago abridge along the Illinois Central ha tween Murphyeboro and Curbondali washed cwny Miller flagged a rag passenger train duo ut that time prop venting a disastrous wreck anti certain loss of life- Taking tho ban from the socket of the oye of an oatrich removing a coat ing and replacing the ball was the delicate and unusual operation per formod by Dr Blair at the Bronx lark Zoological garden New York The department of commerce and la bor dismissed from the Immlgratloi service James Anderson an Inspector at lltirfaki N Y Anderson Will chars od with participating with Udwan Halts and Charles W Stevenson inspectors In snuggling Chinese across the Canadian larder Into the United States Charlea King was hanged at Wlonl peg Man He went to the vcaftok with a firm step King killed Itdwan llnyward an Bullish prospector The grand Jury at St Louts indicted Prank Willis Card on the charge of murder In the first degree He klllM Mrs Beulnb Craft aged 20 formorlj of Henderson Ky Clvillutton cigarettes and drink are the three greet causes of Insanttj In Ifogland according to the fatuous brain specialist Dr Forbes Winslow formerly of New York Thottaamls of his fellow dtlzani turned out to weloome President Roosevelt to the national capital and made his homecoming an occasion for an ovation from the Unto he was sight ed on the platform of ids car until he passed within the doors of the white house Tho Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co has brought suit In the superior court of ChUago against the publishers of the Ladles Home Journal for tWdamages Tile suit grew out of a slat meat of the Ladle Home Journal uta teetlmonlal from Congressman Oat II White of South Carolina used by the Penma Co was fraudulent The Peruna company claim to have the original letter of Congressman White and will offer It as evidence Julius Kunitser a cotton mill owner at LodU was shot anti killed by two workman while riding on a street car One of the men was arrested Thi other camped- Nellie HaHHtnaa 1 Brooklyn Tomboy girl who baa been recorder on police station blotters for many osasa daubed Into a burning build- Ing lit No 245 load street Brooklyn and rewued three children front salvo cation besides giving others direction how to escape Dr Louis L Clermnnt ot Washing ton D C has an option on GIG acres near Illlopolls III on which the government contemplates building a JIOO 000 IWMtItAI for the army and navy Fire at Highland Town a suburb of Italllmoro destroyed the plant of tin Rod Oil Co the plant of Sherwood Uro manufaeturora of oil and grease a Htroel railway car barn and several Small dwellings and buslnew struc lures Tho lose In cell mated at 300 000John Ataxanfler Doyle Elijah U who nays that ho saw the foreshadow Ing of death when stricken with parnly fls whllo oilralnlsterlng the Lords Supper at Zions tabernacle Is improve lugOne of tbo most Interesting weddings of tho month to which soclnt IR looking forward with Interest Is that ot Miss Katherine Cudahy daughter of Patrick Cudahy the packer to Thoa Fflrncdlng of Dayton 0 Burglars entered the post office of Mod oc Intl dynamited Uio safe and made away with about JOO In money and 251n stamps Miss Pauline Chrlstman at Pueblo Col was sworn In as a full flcdsed police patrol woman and Is believed to bo the drat woman In the west towel a star A Chicago Groat Western stock trait running about 20 miles an hour as It was going through the middle of a Soo lino passenger train and hurlod two Pullman sleepers over a retaining wall to tbo bottom of a gulloy 20 feet bo low A woman was killed- J WrtHer L Franklin was arrested at Birmingham Ala by detectives whllo taking part In tho services ol the Salvation army on tho charge ol bigamy Franklin Is alleged to have three wives Ills first marriage It Is alleged was in Newport Ky Albert Mcsel aged 21 of Leaven worth Kan and R S Osborne aged 23 of St Joseph Mo woro drowned In Lake Contrary In a rearond collision near Ion wood Ind n passeigor train on the C H T crashed Into a freight train Five were Injured ono fatally two so rlously and ono slightly MaJ Stephen J Lang 80 who was ono of the loadore of tho Hungarian revolution of 1848 died In St Louis from pneumonia MaJ Lang was an aide to Uio rebel loader Kosruth Preparations are under way for a concerted movement on tho part of tho big railroad brotherhoods to secure a reduction of tho present working hours for railway employes all over the country TO WON CANAL Martinique Laborers Refused to Disembark at Colon Later 500 of Them Were With DIUJ culty Persuaded To Land The Balance Were Forcibly Eject ed From the Steamer Colon Oct 2Slx hundred and fiftyI laborers from Martinique brought I here Friday on the French steamer Versailles under contract to work on the canal refused to disembark or to submit to vaccination which Is Imper ative under tho American sanitary regulations They clamored to be ta ken back to Martinique asserting that they had been misinformed as to tho conditions lore before they embarked and that later they learned these con ditions were Intolerable and deadly Saturday morning however 500 of them were with difficulty persuaded to I land and these were sent to points slang the line of tho canal One hun i tired and fifty remained on board and I declined to leave the ship under any consideration These were forcibly ejected from tbe vessel Sunday afternoon by Panaman and canal zone po licemen but not until nearly every ono of them had been clubbed and several were bleeding from nasty wounds All of Saturday nud Saturday night the Versailles was guarded by Penman policemenTHE DEPOSIT SYSTEM Annual Report of the Paymaster General of the Army Washington Oct Sflute report of Francis A S Dodge the paymaster general of the army for the poet fis cat year tolnu out that the enlisted men have now every chance to put away money from their own wrings by the deposit system which guaran tow them absolute safety During the year the amount deposited by the men was IMttljOM making the total amount since the establishment of tho system 26194480- Tlie last complete pay schedule for the army was Passel by congress 36 years ago and the report contends that It Is sot sufficient for the demands of our times t THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC There Was a Marked Improvement In New Orleans Sunday New Orleans Oct 2 Report to C p m Sunday Now cues SI total 3023 deaths 3 total Ill new foci 4 The Sunday report would have been the lowest on record bet for the re port of a nest of Infection In another convent and asylum the attending physician reporting six cases among the girls In the Mt Cannel institute asylum on Piety street Pensacola Fla OctThe official fever summary Sunday night was as follows New cases 6 total to date 15U deaths none total M eases dis charred 53 eases under treatment 79 BRITISH FOOTBALL TEAM Beaten For the First Time By An American Teams Chicago Oct 2Tne all Chiogo as sedation football team composed of the best players of this game In tho city defeated the British eleven by the score of 2 to 1 This is the first time the Englishmen have been beat en by an American team during their trip Tho combination work of tho visitors was perfect but the local men excelled In the kicking game winning both tholr goals from long kicks from tho neld THE LIBERAL PARTY It Will Not Accept the Resignation of Gomez For the Presidency Havana Oct 2A national conven tlon of the liberal party deckled not to abandon tho presidential campaign and refused to accept the resignation- of Jose Miguel Gomez the partys can didate for the presidency The con vention resolved to investigate the sir cumstances surrounding the death o Congressman Enrique Vllluondas as Clenfucgos Killed Her Seven Children Alpha 111 Oot 2Sovo children of Mrs Clarence Markham living near tho village of Andover near here wore killed with an ax In the hands of their mother and their bodies burned In maddbnedthen cut her throaL Assistant Secretary Bacon Washington Oct 2Robert Bacon of New York who Is to succeed Fran ols U Loomis as first assistant secretary of state Is In Washington propa ratory to assuming the duties of that oiricc He was In conference for some time with Secretary Hoot Jumped Three Storles Now York OcL 2 Catherine and Cecelia Hart each about 70 years of age jumped from the third story win dow of u burning tenement building In Brooklyn The latter escaped sort ous Injury while the formers skull was fractured Poisoned His Son and Himself St Louis Oct 2 Herbert McCart ney 40 committed suloltjo by taking poison after administering a fatal son Leon Despondency over being separated from his wife la tho only reason given II STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST f SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS The Largest Ever Held In the World Wilt Take Place Next December Lexington Ky Sept HThe greatest sale of thoroughbreds ever held Jr tbe world will take place in December In New York when Rancho Del Pao stud the largest of breeding establishments will be disposed of at public auction News of the determination of J n Haggtn to sell his California property was wired to Charles Derry man manager of his Wmemlorf stud here Thlrtyflve stallions and over 000 brood mares and a lot of young stuff will be offered Among the fa moue stallions are Imp Watercress Imp Star Ruby Imp St Gatlan Imp Gold Finch Imp Golden Garter Sir Madrid Imp Toddlngton Glauhelm Maxlo Gold Spinner ann others The brood mares Include the most famous matrons of breeding animate The In terests which Haggin will sell have for more than a decade played a more coiiiptcuoiis part Ip turf history than any other In America In tile rank nil1AmDel Paso paddocks titan from any other establishment Its annual earllng ales run Into the hundreds of thou sands of dollars The sale will not affect the Ientucky Interests of Mr Haggin STORE BURGLARIZED Tramps Had Jewelry end Other Prop erty That Looted Man Identified Wltllam ton Ky Oct 2 store of Mendoza Ie Jose In this cityIwas burglarized Four suits of several flee rings six pairs of and other articles of wearing apparel were taken Officers went to the depot here and found some of the property In a tax car A stollnI gine had been disabled had departed going toward CincinnatiITwo tramps were Ridge about noon Thoy gave the names of J C Landers and Elzle Car ter and had In their possession rings hosiery a diamond glass cutter a supply of new linen handkerchiefs and 5 In silver Mr Mendoza Identified the jewelry hosiery and clothing and the hobos were jailed There wore four in the party and the Ludlow offi cers wore asked to be on the lookout It Is thought that the men are experts and that they have a fence some whore near Cincinnati AT THE CHAUTAUQUA Some Mean Thief Picked the Pockets of Rev Sam Jones Howling Green Ky Sept 30Rev Sam P Jones the evangelist who tame here Friday morning to inaugu rate the Bowling Green Chautauqua had his pocket picked In less than 15 minutes after his arrival He km JIB The Chautaunua will last through Oc tober 9 nef James Small the evan gelist closed a revival here and will leave for Cincinnati whero he will be in charge of a servlco at the First Presbyterian church Detained Against Her Will Cynthlano Ky Oct 2W T John son 45 was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Charles Elliott charging him with detaining Queon Elliott 1C against her will Johnson lives In Scott county and the girl in Bourbon county but the offense was committed In Harrison county Fatal Fall Downstairs Covington Ky Sept 2JMrs Bridget Bonfleld an old time resident of Covlngton cook at the officers quarters Ft Thomas tripped and foil down a flight of stairs at the post and fractured her skull Tho remains were brought to her homo 123 Lynn street To Build a Branch Hlckman Ky Sept 29The Iron Mountain is contemplating the build lag of a branch from Henson to tap W W arefrapidly completing the survey Sound ings for an incline have been made op posite Hlckman New Railroad Planned Paducab Ky Sept 30 Livingston and Crlttenden counties aro to have a new railroad The survey Is to be begun within tho next few days The proposed route Is from Salem to Ma rlon or to Mexico a short distance from Marlon on the Illinois Central line Judge Hargis Not Guilty Winchester Ky Sept 29Attor bo lug out ono hour and 30 minutes the Jury In the Judge James Hargls con tempt case returned a verdict of not guilty The attorneys on both sides made good speeches Infant Left In Basket Paducah Ky Sept 30An Infant girl was found by Judge R T Light foot just inside of the front yard of his residence The child was appar ently about live or six hours old Sho was in a basket wrapped In nn old piece of tnblocloih Methodist Feast Day Lellchfleld Ky Oct 2The Methodist conference turned Sunday lute a Itchy feast day There was preaching In the churches of all denomInationsI I and Bishop Camlltr large audience at tho opera house MYSTERIOUS STRANGER His Action Aroused Uneasiness at Patchen Wilkes Stock Farm Lexington Ky Oct 2A stranger giving his name as H H Qlaisr anl stopping at the Central hotel here has been visiting the neighborhood of PatcJWn Wllken stork farm here and acting in such a manner sue to give rise to uneasiness on the part of Manager Peter Duryea and employes of till place lie has been seen frequently on the farm in conversation with em ployes and by neighbors whom he asked regarding the management of tbs place When seen ho said he repre canted some business Interests In tho farm and was trying to learn how It Is managed Peter Duryea manager of Patchen Wilkes farm rays he has never seen tho man about tho place and has never been approached by him He rather thinks the stranger Is work ing In the Interest of some one wish tug information to bo used In the suit of Miss Sarah Madden of New York who is suing him for broach of prom lie Duryea came from Now York and has frequently entertained visitors from the east at the place ROCKEFELLER AND OTHERS They Purchased Vast Tracts of Coal Lands In Kentucky Whltesburg Ky Sept 3OTca thousand acres of mountain lands ly lug along tho proposed Louisville Southern extension in Upper Harlan county south of trove were purchased by an eastern syndicate with John D Rockefeller at its head The pricE paid was 10 per acre It Is the Inten Ion of the corporation to build a 35 mile extension of the Louisville Nashville from Ashers lumber yards on the Cumberland Valley division up the Cumberland valloy to the coal property There Is much industrial ac tivity In thu whole of Eastern Kentucky CHARGED WITH LARCENY Edwin F Hale Formerly of Louisville Indicted In New York Louisville Ky Sept 30 Edwin F Hole Is lidlcted In Now York on grand larceny charges It being alleged that be drew chicks on the American Tobacco Co t lib which ho held nn Im portant position Tha alleged short age may reach JCOOOO Hale was a Louisville man well known in tobacco circles lie was formerly with JuBgblutli Rauterburg His indict meat caused a shock here He hold a 4800 position with tho tobacco com pony Hae wqn a prize In a Lexing ton papers guessing contest on the Brooklyn handicap teat year BY AN AUTOMOBILE Valuable Colt Owned By J B Haggln Was Killed Lexington Ky Oct 2A Valuable colt by Thllarlc dam Qucenic owned by J li Haggin being led in from Elnundorf for the sales was killed by an automobile Authorities are endeav oring to ascertain the name of tha mitomoblllst who was traveling at great speed and who did not check up- after running down the horse The groom was knocked down but not ser- Iously hurt Dangerous Men Escape Lexington Ky Oct 2Charlos Lo gan Bohn a wife murderer transfer red from the penitentiary and Otis Evans u dangerous patient escaped from the state asylum here by means of a rope made of budclothlng The mon arc dangerous and officers In all Central Kentucky towns are on the alert May Contest the Will Lexington Ky Oct 2I E Pierce county bookkeeper here may contest tho will of his father who died In Muysvllle lust May leaving his entire estate to tile brothers and sisters of Mr Pierce Tho will stated that L E Pierce had been made certain advances nnd was not entitled to a further suture In the estate Stoned the Girl VancoJjurg Ky Oct 2ln a pitched battle with revolvers and stones Miss Viola Surtln of Clarksburg near here was struck on thu head with a largo stono thrown It Is sold by Mart Sel ser and Is believed to be beyond re cover Selser has just been acquitted of the charge of grand larceny Sheriff Holland Case Continued Paducah Ky Sept 30she trial of Sheriff Waltr Holland u U nton on charge of murder of Hardy Keys ut Murray two years njo was resei fur next Monday October 211 Special Judge M W Brudbiirn Boy Fell on Broken Glass Loulsvlllu Iy Oct 2in th fire drill at the 22d and Mfifcilxine si ret is school Clifton Sparks son of pollce luau C Sparks alighted on a iirolicn bottle cutting the llish of bath lins 10 the hone Twenty milches were 10 qulred to close tho wounds Paris Defeated Lexington Purls Kv Ort 1 Tin turi br e bIll IC11H which is mirl up f Ciu inunli ntil Paris phiyus tfiMtcl i a Lexington bv a score ut 7 102 chi t 1111 tho third game ut I ire of i iv Lexington taking the that two gair s u 4+111 11111111111111111111111111111 1111 II 111 J 11 H 1111 Eastern Kentucky News lfo eorrepoll4ellCt pubnshad anieu signed III ton by tile ratter Tile name h not for publication but U an evidence of goad faith Wrtte plainly L f f f f f f f I I I I I I II t I I II I I I I I oJl 1 I 1 I I I I I I I MADISON COUNTY MOTE Oct 2Charlio Gilmoro of Bloot ingtou Ill is visiting his motht Mm Jane Gilmoro at Kingston 4fino protracted meeting is hoing hold at tho Church nt Droyfus Tliere wns a wedding in this vicinity last week Miss El1a Ballard and Arthur Riddle of were nt Mallory Spring SundayeveningCloayo Roberts of Lexington is Lnwrenc Garrott and John McKeen this wool Misses Mary and Fannie Jackson anti Ida and Sallie Flinchurn enjoyed a fine horse back ride Saturda evening Several of tho college students of Boron were at this plac CIMcd Mr and Mrs John H Jnckfeo Sunday Wo are all glad to 110 Thursday como so wo can got tho Citizen the best paper of thorn al James Hignight is just in from tho mountains with a nice drove of cattle JACKSON COUNTY- FozrowN Sept 30J K Baker and Smith Black passed through our town yes torday taking upstavesMarried on the 20th inst Silas Isaacs and Miss Laura Murphy Tie making is all the go now in this part of tho woods Mrs Susan J anti Lessio Blantoi have gone to Berea visiting friend nnd relatives Mathins Gabbard has boon up from Boren visiting friotul at Alex Blnntons and E W Gab bardsE W Gabbard contemplate going to Pineville next week to see his sister Mrs Helton Bud Miller has come home from Midway Ky N J Coylo is going to look him upi location to move toThos Bailey was in our place todayA J Harrison recently passed through going to Wm JohnsonsE P Lainhar has painted up his store house nut says that he is going to soil goods to perfection EVERGREEN Oct 2Greon Lake and T M Lake have just returned from FayetU with plenty of moneyL B Martins store house is still in pro gressT J Lake is logging noai Horse Lick creek Bradley Lake has gone homo to take care of his good old sorghum molasses Eugenia Burnntn Hellard has been visiting her brother T Gabbard William S Hellard has gone to Borea Mrs B Drew was the guest of Mrs Lucy last Tuesday night Mr P McCollum passed through hero last week trying to buy a mule Mrs Sallie Hellard visited Mrs Ben Drew last weekLeonardand General Martin wore the guests of Misses Myrtle and Florence Lake Sunday DRIP ROCK Sept 2URev J W Parsons ol Berea held a meeting at this place Saturday and Sunday with good attendance People here seem to have tho Hamilton fever for H H Fowler and family and Press Webb Dan Alcorn and Hiram and W J Richardson left Sunday for there and more are contemplating going in a short whiloJ E Parsons of Berea will take tho place of H H Fowler in the firm of A H Williams eC Co and hd solicits the trade of old customers as woll as that of the new Fine apples ore in abundance at this placo ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Oct 3 Daddy Todd is the grower of a sunflower that measures 143 feet high and 30 inches in circum ference Ho also claims a tomato vine 14 feet high and still growing as well as to have the largest bean vino in Kentucky What Dad says is 0 KG V Owens passed through hero today on business W H Stephens has begun cutting corn The corn crop is goodJ W Todd will have cane harvesting the balance of the year Looks as though ho would have to pasture it down Next Saturday is the regular Baptist meeting at Scaffold CaneP S Calahan is remodeling his barn C Holman is expected to begin drumming soonMr Creech from near Climax is moving to tbo blue grass regionDaddy Todd grinds every Saturday Dont forget it Shingle hauling is all tho go it seems Scaffold Cane especially around Rockford has n bad disease which is catching They call it beau stringing It is quite prevalent DONE Oct 2Tine farmers of this locali ty are most done cutting corn Potato digging and railroad work are the principle occupation nowMr and Mrs Isaac Martin wero the j guests of Miss Etta Lambert Satur daynod SundayC Drew who 11111 boon gone from this part for the last live months has returned and gono to work for Roy J W Lambert Conway folks had both preaohu and dancing Saturday nigldD1t Carrie Woolallwho has been isiting liar parents Mr and Mrs J J Wren has gone to her homo nt Nicholosrillo KyBorn to tho wire of J B Coyle a fine hoyHorn to the wife of B L Poyntor n twelv weok1Revvisited Mr and Mrs Win Korl SundayG L Wren is sick at thill writing OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Sept 30A B Marshall has moved his sawmill from Wolf CflOk to Indian Creek and willsaw ties for IL II Rico and othomlJr and Mrs T J JTJnnory and dnughte Stisio of Doe Creek visited at J L Gabbards Saturday and Sunday Meredith Reynolds of Kvorsdl visited relatives on Indian Ores Saturday and SuudnyC n Iooro hnda fodder saving lust Tuufidn Also C Bi Gnbbard boan husking ju Friday night Both gave tho voting folks n soeinlMr Grant lornsby who has been confined ong with consumption died Satin lay September 24 and was burie in Sunday Miss Dora Moore a hello of this place was united in marring to Daniel Robinson of Jackson county Monday evening September 21 at her home Esq Chandler olliiem ug The young couple willlel1e soon for South Lebanon 0whero hey will reside for some time Our heartiest and host wishes go with hem that they may have a hupp useful future There has been a primary election called for Octoba 18 in Cow Creek district for tho uirpose of nominating a magistrate Mrs Mary J Fox and Jeflereo Lynch of Lower Buffalo spout Saturday and Sunday with relatives at his place Mrs Fox is n hustling gent for cloveriuo salvo She says It goes like hot cakes at an ale- sIonMr and Mrs Meredith Gnb lard of Hamilton 0 are spending a week visiting relatives nt this plat nnd Doe Creek this wok Thai rave their twin girl babies only four months old with them They look to be eight months old nnd cause considerable excitement whorevo hey go for theyare certainly a leoutiful pair and Mr Gabbard says no amount of money could buy thorn Miss M J Cort of Cortland arranged a fine program for Children Day in the Sundayschool thill lace Sunday September 24 There wns a largo attendance nnd much merest was manifested by all Some straight pointed talks wore given hy lisa Cort and teachers explaining the good that may be accomplish through a Sundayschool Tho audience had tho pleasure of having with them Mr and Mrs Meredith iabbard of Hamilton O Mr Gab bard having been a citizen and richer at this place for several years guvo us a helpful talk on Our Record and How We Keep It The little folks all seemed to enjoy their parts xccediugly woll andshowed their zeal in helping Gods work for tin eoplo May the banner for Jesus erer float throughout our entire lam and His love reign in all hearts COW CREEK Sept 25 Pete Hacker is still suffering with his great tooW T Frollt is drilling wells in Breathit junty Gabbard Bros of Gubbnrd ryare pulling fodder for D G RoynoldsJohn S Gabbardof iversole is on tho sick listC B fooro grave the boys and girls at enjoyable time at his home Friday veninglion John Mason of loyd paid us a passing visit Tues daI We are glad to welcome Bra Mnsonfhos Porter nnd Mr Summers stave and tie inspectors of leattysvillo were with us Thursday Daniel Robinson and Miss Dorm Moore both of Gabbard wero united in tho bonds of holy matrimony Monday Safely may they onward glide health and comfort by thei- rsidoJohn Cornet was with to recently MAJOR Sept 30Wo uro having scat fino weather now and tho fanner are making their molasses Thonox eachors Association will be held at lauorys Mission district No2on the third Saturday in October Let very teacher be present Misi lollie Bowman had the misfortune to bo thrown from a young liorst that she was breaking to ride and had her arm badly hurtMisses icttie and Alice Treudway of Gar rard county are visiting in Owsley euntynowLast Friday night the students of Rowlands Chapel sc1loo1 gave a boxsupper the purpose of whichwas to raise funds to buy n library for the school It will fill along felt want This is tho first school in Owsloy county to tnko n stop towards securing library Wo hopo other schools will follow the oxnmplo A M Clark is twin grout success as a teacher Nonrl nil the teachers in the county wero taken before the last grand jury amI n number of indictments wero ro turned as a result Wo are glad to know that the people nro awakonin to tbo grout wrong that it is to bribe n trustee or to secure the question in advance of tho oxamination nml sincerely hopo that every solfrespeol ing public spirited touchier IUlll citizen will do all that lies in thai power to stop such wrongdoings VINCENT Sept 80 Farmers aro through their fodder and now are commencing thoir sorghums Brown Bowman wns iu Vincent Sunday Court is over at Boouovillo with tho nsun number of indictments G C Bot nor startup for Richmond Friday with n drove of cnttlo Several of our old farmers arc piepnriug to start for tho wont to locate n future homoO C Roberts passed through our pine Monday on hits way to Heidelbwg Doputy Marshal William Mays has just returned from n raiding trip through Leo Jackson timid Brentbot counties in which ho had the uuiqui experience of l wing attacked tine badly bonteu nod having life treason rouiovod by a party of mountnit women who took title method of revenging themselves upon tin wotildbo captor of their moonshine friends While at his office in Bunt tysvillo Mr Mays received word that Jack Gibson rife of tho most notet mooushinors of Kentucky urns running life still in full blast on full Creek Jackson county Without summoning n posse Mays at once went to Jackson county amid locale Gibsons still without ouch tlllcult lie destroyed the still but with tin xjorionco mentioned above Iladid not succeed in capturing Gibson FLOYD Ricetowti Ky Sept 27 Dear Editor of Citizen That facts may bo submitted to n Hindid world allow us to correct ho statements rondo by your corres xnulonts at Cow Creek Rleetown Floyd and Gnbbard concerning be decision of till judges in tho de into between the Grassy Bnmub and Ingnrsoll Debating Societies nt Rice own Ky Sept 10 1005 As conclusive evidence we otter tho following stutomont from two of ho three judge- sGentlemanAs tboro is sonic misundorstlm lng as to tho decision of the judges in the joint debate bo wen Grassy Branch and Ingorsoll Debating Societies hold at Ricotowu Cy Sept 10 1005 wo wish to say that wo aro two of tho three judges ind wo decided that tho Nogatjvo Srussy Brunch won the debate W J Moore Cow Crook Ky W M Bailey Ulooton Ky With respect for our opponents and lovo for wo seek justico illko for laurol andwillow Respectfully T P Gabbard Pres II Clay Mason Seoy FOR RENT Rooms for rent well ocutltland ventilated Enquire of C C Rhodtis DYSPEPSIAAlmost cry other roan and wo man you afr this disease in some stage until it ac quires full strength an- dsuddenly seizes them in the roost violent form Is your ap fickle Do you suffer with fro uent headaches and dizziness stud dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition I and energy Do you toss and tumble at nl lmt unable to sleep These arc all symptoms and forerun ners of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLucar- ioeSyrup Pepsin which will instantly check the progress of the disease and ultimately eradicate all traces of it from your system DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN is the greatAt preparation ever offered for dyspepsia everyidollar sizes at all druggists Your money will be refunded U It does not benefit you- Your poitnl card reQueatm bring by return mall our new booklet DR CALDWELLS HOOK OP WONDERS and free lampl to those who have never tried this womUtfnl remedy Do It DOW COIFor Sale S E WELCH Jr IIBEREA KY a R BAKER Dentist ornm BEREA KYOrcr Irlullng omeo t OffiCe hours from 8 to 4 Teeth cstroMeil +f1lbo l paln Rmnnnfonni PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Bares K1 Real Estate I have quito n mimlwr of buildin lots and smut improved property In Bonn for sale Also farm cad llni per murals in Madison Rockonstl and Estill Counties I also haw two good minus with store house upon thorn and good stands for selling goods Anyone desiring Hiicb proport should call on mo J P BICKNELLBoron Ky LaR McSwain Shoe and Harness Repairing Lndtos Shoo Repairing a Specialty All workoalle for nnd dulirored within city limits PHONE 56 MonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work ofall kinds dono in n workman liko ntnnnor at reasonable pricos and with dispatch All our work in guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets FOR SALE Quo Poland China Drool Sow TeurlNo 180270 OPCR Sired by Victor Chief No 47001 am out of Beauty No 71134 MM mo Boar and two Sow Pigs out of I Pearl and sired iy Kentucky Por ection No 2K805 OPQR Cull esf or address G T SPENCER Borea Ky FOR SALE OR RENT I Fiftytwo notes on time Big Hil Pike 5JO acres in grass rued about lt ores uudor cult vatiou Good house wmlonlB E BROCKMAN Big Hill Ky FOR SALE A few fresh Jersey Cows Apply t I W HEUNDON three miles from Boron on tho Richmond Pike i5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually In ftilihe new by Kallnwil anil Telrxrapli I iniiaiile We want YOtNU MEN and LADIKSol good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTINO +ye furnish 75 per erne or the Operators nnd Htatlun Agents InAmcrlcrt Dun wluxilf are the UrKOl rxrliulve Telegraph Hvhnoli IN TilE WOHIII KiUbllilinl JO rran and entloiwd by all lending Kallwaf Oftllal We excruto tifiO Bond to every mmlftil to famish him or her a totllou 1ylrIK from flO- In tie II munlh Ira ebleaeaat of time tK y Mniiiitalnii cad from f7f to 1100 a inonili In BLoW WMtolllicHooklenlmmeilliitfljr ioon Kmdimtlon ltlll 1I1II can outer at any time Koraca llonn Fur cull imrtkulnn 1Inlllll any of our School write rtlrtct to our executive I office at Cincinnati O Catalogue tree IThe MorsoSchool of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio llnRnlii N Y LCrovawlT- oxukanaTex Sun Vrunclrcn Oal f Something for Students i 1 Pictures worth looking nt Come and see them in the Furniture line iEverytlung 0 LESTER iw Next to tho Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93 PUBLIC SALE Saturday October 7 05 I will offer at Public Sale at Depot my Big Stock of General Merchandise In smnll lots or anyway to suit purchasers Must hnvo monoy TERMS WILL BE CASH andIWill also otter for snle privntely my Storo Mouse Lot DwoJlingns good n location ns thoro is in IBcron Store Room is ioa foot long nlio side room nnd good dwelling over Road Also ono good Building Lot 80x195 feet Nice lawn fence around it 1 Also ono Lot adjoining containing one Building boxed nnd covered two story 0x30 foot Also has ao good feed stalls on lot Most suitable placo in town for tho hundreds of wagons coining to this place My sales amounted to 1600000 in igaj A P SETTLE Jr- BEREA KY Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1865 PLACES THE nEST EDUCATION IN RBACII OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo yours Course with agriculture for young noun nod Domuotio Science for young lathes TRADE SCHOOLS OuriMintry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSES ilor toughum Three courses lending to Bounty Certificate State Cortlfioflto Iand Stole DJnJomn f ACADEMY COURSES our y0nr fiUtiig for Collogo for hiMinms nud for llfu COLLEGE COURSES Wlornry SoT nUflu ClaHHicn leading to HacanlaurtHito dogrocfl MUSIC Chonil free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Tlipflr Wo are hero to hull all who will help tboniRolvw towiml n Christian education Our InHtruotiou Is n roe gift HttidonU jiy n Ruiull Iiioliltuitnl fib to incut OXIKIIIHUS of tho school apart from instruCtton timid must nlso pay for hoard in advance KxpoiiHcs for fall term of 11 weak may Iw brought within 29DO Winter torm of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term I of 11 wcokn 2lJr Full torn opened September 13 Time School endorsed by Baptists Christians IiRoiples Cougregn lionalislH Motliodints Profibytorittnn and good jwoplo of nil dunoiniimtions For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I DR MOFFETTS bEETHING powoEts Cures Chslira Infantiim- Dlirthou Dysentery and the Dowel Troubles of Children of Nay Jlge Aids Dilution R gul lu the Bowels Strength tat the Child and TCKTHIN9 MAKESI Costs Oily 2Sc it Druggists er nail 25c to Cr J MOFFFTT M BM St Iwis Mother I Hesitate no longer but save the health and lite ef yeur child as thousands have done by giving these pttwdet s TCCTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and ever comes the effects of the summons heat upon tethlgehllllrnI